Written by Ray Peach
Since my first deployment to South East Asia, I have seen this great country gradually slip away. America has gone from being the world's greatest creditor nation, standing as a beacon of hope for the world, to the world's biggest debtor nation, where 42 million Americans rely on food stamps to survive. All of this prompted me to write a book, where I detail how this all came about, and how America will end. This isn't some conspiracy theory, it is happening right now in front of us. Like it or not, America is a Totalitarian Dictatorship, and this article will help you understand why.
After the Oklahoma City Bombing, my job required that I attend a two-day briefing on counter terrorism. At that meeting, several people from the DoD, NSA, and FBI repeatedly stated that the biggest threat to National Security was domestic terrorism. The specific examples they provided were members of the National Rifle Association, Right to Life Organizations, Military Veterans, and others who were merely exercising their constitutional rights, or in some cases, doing nothing at all. Myself and others were encouraged to engage in a program where we would report on coworkers, employees, and neighbors about such things as “subversive” bumper stickers. Since it’s the role of the government to protect constitutional rights, including the freedom of speech, I understood this was no longer a country dedicated to liberty and the rule of law – since none of these activities are illegal.
Obama’s Marxist mentor, Zbigniew Brzezinski, and his associate, Carl Friedrich, equated socialism and totalitarianism saying, “[It] is a system of revolution, which seeks to destroy the existing political order so it can be changed economically, socially, and culturally.” so as to comply with socialist ideology. “Totalitarian movements, motivated by the general goals which their ideologies outline, have thus not stopped at the seizure of power.”
In reality, while socialists are constantly talking about how great things will be, stated plans are never realized, because the elite never had any intention of implementing them in the first place. To hide this, socialists say that things would have worked, if only the elite had more power, money, or time. Failure is always someone else’s fault.
The intent of a socialist regime is to increase the political control of the elite, or to maintain the status quo. However, as Utopian symbols are replaced with political reality and the economy starts to fail, the state must incrementally apply pressure and violence to maintain control. This creates a problem for the state, as a free society is composed of interlocking and overlapping groups with various interests. It is almost impossible to subject one social group to punitive, or “re-educative,” measures without producing a hostile reaction, not only from the group concerned, but also from other groups, whose vested interests dictate their response. In time the socialists really have no choice but to resort to massive terror. Totalitarian terror is, therefore, the vital nerve of the socialist system.
The compulsive emphasis on the total support of the regime forms part of, “the great universal religion” that mirrors the Hebrew-Christian faith, while persecuting all heretics. In time, the dissenter commits an intolerable offense to the grandeur of the socialist enterprise, and must be liquidated because he or she has no place in a world that the socialist movement is bent on building. The bourgeoisie (middle class), the Christians, and the Hebrews remain outside of that unanimity and are therefore traitors. Terror makes certain that the masses are not infected, while the misfits are liquidated. In this way, all brutal premeditated violence and terror becomes rationally justified to the socialist. The citizen’s support for the state’s use of terror must be active not passive; and in time all members are expected to participate in whatever ritual of violence is required of them.
At first, terror centers on the liquidation of open and secret resistance but soon moves to the hunt for “potential enemies.” Only in this later stage does terrorism come into its own, as it aims to fill everyone with fear and vents its full passion against humanity. The state hunts actual or potential enemies, and in many cases, actual enemies are purposely passed over in favor of the liquidation of innocent people, so as to instill fear in everyone. Soon terror reigns supreme as the bodies’ pile high and the corpses rot and stink. Lenin summed this up when he said, “When the old society dies, the corpse of bourgeois society cannot be nailed down in a coffin and put in the grave. It decomposes in our midst, this corpse rots and contaminates us.”
Friedrich and Brzezinski make no secret that the plans for the destruction of our existing society are total, and will lead to a massive use of terror. This has always been the case with such plans, as any reader of communist or fascist history can tell you. In every respect, human life and the nature of social existence is subjected to extensive revisions; provided for in the ideology and the subsequent expedient requirements of the new order.
The history of socialism tells us that, socialist dictatorships initially adopt a step-by-step program that gradually increases in violence. When the cognitive strain between dogma and reality becomes so great that it can no longer hold its illusion, massive terror becomes necessary to maintain the party’s grip on power. In 1934, this was officially made part of Soviet law, giving the MVD (secret police) a free hand in political cases. Similarly, the German Gestapo dispensed “justice” through administrative processes from which there was no appeal. Eventually torture, murder, purges, and concentration camps became a way of life, where no legal procedure was followed at all.
The machinery of terror is based on defending the “people” from its “enemies,” and is glorified for its heroism and efficiency. It relies on a pliable criminal code that broadly defines a political offense in terms of its potential threat to the state (the people). Socialism depends on a national system of terroristic police to control and supervise party members and non-party members, exploiting modern science – including scientific psychology. Supervision and enforcement of such laws requires a national court system that is structured on socialist ideals, the abject degradation of police and judicial procedures, and a disregard for the stated purpose of the law.
While at the Harvard School of Government in the 1970s, Carl Friedrich taught that the state has a monopoly on violence, along with the right to use it whenever the elite deem it appropriate. Friedrich pointed out that in socialist states, the role of the police consisted of enforcing the socialist agenda, not with protecting the citizen, or maintaining law and order. He said that with the coming authoritarian American state, the role of the police would be “vastly expanded” to enforce extensive new regulations and views on morality, saying, “The guardian of law and order is no longer… the protector of the weak against the strong and the attacker, but the agent of the government in all its ramifications”. One of Friedrich’s students was George Bush (V2.0).
In 2009, the Rand Corporation developed a report entitled, “A Stability Police Force for the United States, Justification and Options for Creating US Capabilities.” The stated purpose of this police force is to merge the functions of the Department of Homeland Security with military units to create a “high end” police force like those currently being developed in Europe. This organization would have jurisdiction over local civilian police departments. The report provides information on funding, manpower, training, and political considerations. It makes no secret that it is directed against the U.S. citizen.
According to the Whitehouse web site, on January 11, 2010 Obama signed an executive order for the “Establishment of the Council of Governors,” granting the president the authority to appoint a ten-person council to rule the country in case of an emergency, further expanding NSPD-51 and HSPD-20. Max Weber did a similar thing in Weimar Germany after WWI when he worked to create Article 48 that would give the German Chancellor dictatorial powers in case of an emergency. Hitler took advantage of Article 48 by having his own Storm Troopers burn down the Reichstag (German Parliament) while blaming it on the Jews. Using this as a pretext Hitler then declared martial law and the world would never be the same.
Things had been somewhat different in Russia where the Tsarist government, mostly through manipulation and propaganda, was regarded as being too corrupt and evil to support. Not realizing that the Bolsheviks were much worse, the average Russian, including the Army and Navy, would no longer support the existing government. As a result the Bolsheviks literally just walked in and took over. It was only after the hope and change occurred did the Bolsheviks show that they were infinitely worse than the Tsars had ever even been purported to be, igniting revolution.
Friedrich & Brzezinski said the end of America would come with the acceptance of fraud, especially the acceptance of propagandistic fraud on a large scale, followed by the ideological acceptance of force and violence. Not so much physical violence at first but psychological violence that is done to the mind and to moral sentiment. Friedrich and Brzezinski predicted 50 years ago that this would be the result of the ice cold reasoning of an ideology that is built on pseudoscientific principles. The final phase, they said, would be rapid radicalization, the seizure of power, and the total transformation of the economic system. This would soon be accompanied with use of physical violence and terrorism on a large scale, along with the liquidation of enemies of the state.
As I write this, Obama has said he will sign a bill that will remove all pretext of law in this country. It injects the military directly into domestic affairs, giving them the ability to detain and execute, without trial, any American Citizen they want to in the US - simply by calling them a terrorist. Say goodbye to Posse Comitatus.
While this is portrayed as a mechanism for protecting Americans from Al-Qaeda, section 802 of the USA PATRIOT Act (Pub. L. No. 107-52) expands the definition of terrorism to cover “domestic,” as opposed to international, terrorism. A person engages in domestic terrorism if they do an act “dangerous to human life” that is a violation of the criminal laws of a state or the United States, if the act appears to be intended to: (i) intimidate or coerce a civilian population; (ii) influence the policy of a government by intimidation or coercion; or (iii) to affect the conduct of a government by mass destruction, assassination or kidnapping. Additionally, the acts have to occur primarily within the territorial jurisdiction of the United States and if they do not, may be regarded as international terrorism.
Another provision of the USA PATRIOT Act entitled “Disclosure of educational records - Sec. 507.” This section requires a judge to issue an order permitting the government to obtain private educational records if the Attorney General or his designee certifies that the records are necessary for investigating domestic or international terrorism. No independent judicial finding is required to verify that the records are relevant. This means that the Attorney General may obtain the private educational records by asserting that the records are relevant to a domestic terrorism investigation. These records may include information such as a student's grades, private medical information and counseling, which organizations the student belonged to, or any other information that the educational institution collects about its students.
This means that anyone can be called a terrorist if the government says they are, if it merely appears that someone wants to intimidate or coerce someone else; but the definition of intimidation and coercion have been redefined under hate crime legislation, where the mere appearance of improper thought represents terrorism as evidenced by anything the state wants, including the church, school, or classes you attended. Today people and organizations listed as terrorists include: The TEA Party, people who pay in cash, military veterans, and anyone else exercising their right to disagree with the Government.
To further illustrate the real meaning of this legislation, it should be pointed out that in 2009, La Raza member Sonia Sotomayor was appointed to the U.S. Supreme Court, although she and her organization have a history of advocating the violent overthrow the United States. Just 48 hours after Obama announced her nomination, George Bush (v2.0), Carl Rove, and John McCain attended a La Raza meeting, where they voiced their approval of the radical organization. This and other actions such as refusing to control the boarders, shows that the target of the Federal government is middle class America.
Simultaneously with the decision to throw the concept of a “trail by a Jury of your peers” out the window, DHS Secretary Janet Napolitano has announced the activation of detention camps around the nation, under the guise of housing large number of illegal aliens. However, the DHS has also announced they are reducing the number of border patrol agents by half, and are not working to detain or deport illegals, so this argument is obviously false. These camps were constructed under a 2006 contract with Halliburton, again for the supposed detention of illegal immigrants.
A dictatorship is defined as an autocratic system of government that is ruled by an individual. A totalitarian government is one where every aspect of human behavior is controlled by the state, defining right, wrong, good and evil – where all disagreement is forbidden
As I am writing this, Obama is suing the State of Arizona for passing a law that essentially says that they will enforce existing Federal Statutes. In the suit, Obama’s argument is that Presidential policy trumps Federal and State statutes, and a federal judge agreed. Meanwhile, Congress did nothing - making this a dictatorship. In September, a Christian schoolboy was suspended from Western Hills High School in Texas for saying he thought that being a homosexual is wrong - making this a totalitarian dictatorship.
The American people have been complacent for too long, and they need to wake up. On January 5th, 1967 Ronald Reagan said, “Freedom is a fragile thing and is never more than one generation away from extinction. It is not ours by inheritance; it must be fought for and defended constantly by each generation, for it comes only once to a people. Those who have known freedom and then lost it have never known it again.”
It’s this generation’s turn and if we choose to ignore the call because our favorite show is on TV, the next generation won’t have any hope at all.
Copyright © 2011
Mr. Peach (visit his website) is a retired engineer who spent a great deal of his life traveling the world to solve problems for fortune 500 companies and the U.S. Government. After serving 8 years in U.S. Naval Air he went to work for Litton Guidance Systems as a field engineer, working in the Middle East and Asia. For the next 12 years he worked as a systems engineer for Hughes Aircraft where he was involved with the F-14D, F-15E, and the F/A-18 tactical aircraft...........read more