A World at War - Part 3 - Rise of China

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Re: A World at War - Part 3 - Rise of China

Postby obsrvr524 » Sat Jan 30, 2021 9:43 am

MagsJ wrote:
obsrvr524 wrote:Apparently Israel doesn't care. The EU so far unconcerned. And the Arab world a bit oblivious - facing more US instigated endless warring.

America couldn’t continue on, with how it had been for many decades and had now become.. everyone hating everyone else is not an ideal or calm way to live or coexist, is probably why.

Creating that division over the years was a part of the coup. It is a major element in Regime Change strategy used by the US CIA for decades. This time, they used it on the USA itself. The US CIA apparently became socialist long ago. Their former President GH Bush was a former head of the CIA - a really really bad move. And that is when things starting getting really bad in the US (although it all started much earlier).
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Re: A World at War - Part 3 - Rise of China

Postby Urwrongx1000 » Sat Jan 30, 2021 10:02 am

I believe the CIA has sold-out to the Socialists and Communists, because they only care about protecting their illegal and corrupt cash-flow.

They have betrayed the US Constitution as well.
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Re: A World at War - Part 3 - Rise of China

Postby MagsJ » Thu Mar 11, 2021 1:47 pm

obsrvr524 wrote:
Urwrongx1000 wrote:Why is it only you and I, two of us, seem to realize the gravity of the situation around here...?

After you posted that question I have been wondering about that.

I think I am concluding that we two actually believe in the very concept of "gravity of a situation" and that some things are actually seriously important right now - that there are things that are NOT merely a video game that can be restarted. Once the US Constitution gets taken away you don't ever get it back or any actual democracy. We can see and believe that is real and happening right now. Others merely see it all as just another day and distraction from their struggle for more entertainment.

Also we are reductionists - we see the deeper connections and commonalities between issues. That is why I can read you, Anderson, James, and a few others on other boards and instantly understand exactly what was meant. With others I can't do that so easily (such as menu_, MagsJ, and especially Silhouette). That doesn't mean they are doing anything wrong. I just connect dots differently seeing a different picture. And I think that reductionism causes a very short path between what we believe is important and current events that others see as merely a cloudy potential issue not worth the time to think about. Non-reductionists usually don't like "thinking too hard". It is uncomfortable for them, not for us.

I'm not sure that is all there is to it but those seem to be the basics of it.

I spent my 20s as a reductionist, thereafter I started veering back towards holism as I had previously done.. I had tried it, but like vegemite, I didn’t like it.

Do not the reductionist and the holist compliment each other? a problem-solving dream.. One making the dots, the Other connecting them up.
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Re: A World at War - Part 3 - Rise of China

Postby MagsJ » Thu Mar 11, 2021 2:00 pm

obsrvr524 wrote:
MagsJ wrote:
obsrvr524 wrote:Apparently Israel doesn't care. The EU so far unconcerned. And the Arab world a bit oblivious - facing more US instigated endless warring.
America couldn’t continue on, with how it had been for many decades and had now become.. everyone hating everyone else is not an ideal or calm way to live or coexist, is probably why.
Creating that division over the years was a part of the coup. It is a major element in Regime Change strategy used by the US CIA for decades. This time, they used it on the USA itself. The US CIA apparently became socialist long ago. Their former President GH Bush was a former head of the CIA - a really really bad move. And that is when things starting getting really bad in the US (although it all started much earlier).

If this coup doesn’t resolve the American dilemma, after all the chaos and lives lost that it’s caused, then it is because America doesn’t want it to work and prefer to be divided in their divisions of comfort zones.

Perhaps Americans should take advantage of this situation and think about their future generations benefiting from anything good and resolute that can come out of the situation, and not just think about themselves and the present.
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You’re suggestions and I, just simply don’t mix.. like oil on water, or a really bad DJ - MagsJ
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