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We have a problem.

There are a number of ways a given population group can be conquered.

1.) Military force. Your antagonist sends large groups of armed soldiers, planes, tanks, and bombs against the land you live in until the population is either decimated to the point of surrender or there isn’t anyone left alive to fight back. The antagonists then move in and attempt to live in the land they have overcome. You all understand this tactic. The United States of America has so far, defeated several such attacks. Now let’s look at tactic #2.

2.) Subversion. This is accomplished by sending operatives to live and work among the target population to collect intelligence about vital industries and supplies, their locations and movements, and sabotage the same, or, infiltrate as an employee. These enemy operatives are also trained to cause as much social and civil disruption as possible, leaving the target group in a more vulnerable position regarding it’s physical defenses. Subversive tactics are heavily used to cause confusion and fighting among the target group which will disrupt or even destroy morale—a key element in a country’s will to win. This is not a tactic that the average American pays much attention to or rather, they do not call subversion by it’s proper name.

3.) Money. This is really an extension of subversive tactics. That enemy who lacks military strength and has to rely on subversion will also target the financial infrastructure of a population group. Many a nation has simply been bled white then bought out and destroyed rather than overrun by hostile soldiery. The average American does keep an eye on the money but how many of you understand it’s subversive uses?

Subversive tactics are always used by an opponent who lacks the military force to conquer in the field.

The subversive operative is not hard to spot even for untrained civilians. They do not hold with the local customs, standards of behavior and/or morality, or the accepted religion(s). They feel their “culture” is superior to the targeted population and are not shy about saying so. An excellent example of this would be the “Christianization” of the western world by “missionaries.” They were and are subversives of a textbook variety. Before Christianity, all religions were tolerated. After it gained a foothold, people who did not accept it were killed and their financial assets absorbed by the church. Islam is of the same stamp. Anyone who does not accept it is an “infidel” unworthy of consideration. Both Christianity and Islam have an accepted policy of killing “heretics.” This lack of tolerance is unacceptable to decent people, whatever their religious beliefs.

We now have a major subversive effort underway in America to use “Tolerance” to destroy us. This particular enemy has built it’s “tolerance” propaganda platform very cleverly on what we all acknowledge to be bad mistakes in our cultural past so the average American will be hesitant to speak out.  We are not dealing with amateurs here. This group has used cries for tolerance to infiltrate our military, our courts of law, our legislative bodies and our churches. They are currently controlling most of our media, print and broadcast, they have wormed their way into the entertainment and telecommunications industries. They are on many bank’s board of directors. Their annual incomes are significantly higher than anyone else’s average income. They are even targeting the Boy Scouts of America. The problem is typical of subversive tactics. It’s not that there are so many of them, it’s that they have been sneaking into key positions and using those to sell their own agenda.

You all know what group this is. What you may not be focusing on is the military component. This howling about “tolerance” is not a social issue we need to rectify to promote peace on earth. It is a subversive, military tactic designed to cripple and pollute a population that cannot be overcome with tanks and bombs.

Our government intelligence agencies know this and they are fighting it. They have been fighting it for years. Or did you really think all that bad press in the 70’s about the FBI and the CIA misuse and abuse of power blah, blah, blah, was real? Did anyone really think the war in Vietnam was unnecessary? This particular group has been controlling our media for at least 45 years. Now go back and rethink those stories disparaging the American military, the intelligence units, and the war in general.  Certain countries in Southeast Asia had the premier child sex industries in the entire world at that time and those industries were worth multiple millions. This particular group had a vested interest in not having their vacation spot disturbed. This is the same group that has fought an extradition treaty with Thailand from within the U. S. Congress.

We have a problem. I am posting this to encourage the rest of you who think we are going to lose this fight. We are not. You can do your part, and a really major part it is, when you do not automatically buy into the media stories about the corruption and abuse supposedly prevalent in our military and intelligence people. Heck people, you even need to give the cops a break here. Remember who is editing the stories and who is deciding just what the American public will read or listen to. All of you can see this for yourselves. The surprise will come when we uncover just where this particular group is coming from.

For now let’s just say—they aren’t from around here.

A. Farwell

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