Saturday, July 16, 2011

the rise of the world wolf state


Video - Drama among those who look upon you humans as prey(food)...,

The Excavator | If we don't know the real history of financial crises, terrorist attacks, and wars then we can't claim to live in free societies. Today, the power to create and write history is in the dominion of the State. And the history it is writing is based on lies, deception, and propaganda.

Since the end of World War II a slow and gradual political revolution has occurred in America, England, France, Canada, Australia, and other Western nations against the liberal democratic state. In its place has risen what William Ralph Inge called the "Wolf State" in his 1948 book, "The End of an Age." Inge, a professor of divinity at Cambridge and Dean of St Paul's Cathedral, said the philosophy of the Wolf State was the bedrock of Nazi Germany, but it "did not begin with Hitler and will unfortunately survive him."

The Wolf State outlasted the madness of Hitler and Nazism to be worshipped anew by another set of madmen elsewhere in the world. In post-WWII America, new devils arose under the cover of the CIA and the National Security State as part of an American Wolf State. They exploited the American people's fear and ignorance in the Cold War climate for the political and financial gain of a powerful few.

America's wolves were hungry and lethal. They worked up a big appetite in the 1950s after taking down a number of democratically elected governments, but that was not enough. The Big Get was America. With the private banksters calling the shots behind them, America's traitorous and blood-thirsty wolves gained the confidence to go forth and attack the foundations of America's constitutional republic. On November 22, 1963 they used the Wolf State's vast resources to assassinate President John F. Kennedy and turn the page on the short-lived American experiment in self-government.

Kennedy had went to war against America's secret Wolf State in the months preceding his tragic death. He wounded the ambitious and cunning wolf pack by firing CIA director Allen Dulles and refusing to commit American blood and treasure to a hopeless war in Vietnam. James W. Douglass has all the details in his 2008 book "JFK and the Unspeakable: Why He Died And Why It Matters."

Inge was not a prophetic genius, he was just able to see the writing on the wall by the end of World War II that political systems in the West were in a deep state of crisis. Although Nazism was defeated, the philosophy that gave birth to Nazism did not disappear from history.

In the chapter, 'The Philosophy of the Wolf State,' Inge said that the institutions of a free society and a government at war with an external enemy are naturally at odds with each other, writing:

The question may be raised whether the repudiation of parliamentary government and of all the ideas which collectively constituted what Fisher calls the Liberal experiment is necessarily connected with aggressive imperialism and blatant immoralism. The answer seems to be that the theory of the State which we have to examine demands that a nation shall be permanently on a war footing, and that this type of State is almost incompatible with liberty and decent behaviour. We are discovering with regret that in order to combat Fascism we are obliged to a large extent to fascise ourselves. Power politics and liberty can hardly exist together. (1).

In the beginning of the 21st century the eyes of the Western Wolf State turned inward. There was a hint of this dark reality during the Cold War period when secret intelligence agencies and covert military groups carried out terrorist attacks in European cities as part of Operation Gladio which were falsely blamed on leftist groups. But those activities were mild compared to the treason and state terror that occurred on September 11, 2001 and July 7, 2005.

The Wolf State had grown up and come alive on September 11. New imperialist wars were planned, and a whole new world government structure was being put in place behind the scenes. 9/11 was the cataclysmic event that made the people go along with new wars, state surveillance, and the militarization of society.

6 comments:

umbrarchist said...

You cannot have a Wolf State without a Wolf psychology.  The state has to be full of little wolves.

But the Laws of Physics do not care about States or Psychology.  If men buy cars to play ego games with each other then the production of hundreds of millions of cars affects the planet.  The State has to deal with the results.

So our World Economists haven't done their grade school algebra correctly since WWII.  Sorry Wolfy, the Laws of Physics don't give a damn.

http://www.toxicdrums.com/economic-wargames-by-dal-timgar.html

CNu said...

The State has to deal with the results.

rotflmbao...,

Is the State better equipped to slaughter billions within less than one hour, or, better equipped to deal with the impending Anthropocene consequences?

everything else is merely conversation......,

Tom said...

Eck, yeah, maybe beyond a certain point, your options are determined by your preparations.   Also, let me take the opportunity to suggest that there would be no shocking memories, and the prevailing emotion will be one of nostalgia for those left behind, combined with a spirit of bold curiosity for the adventure ahead!

CNu said...

I believe that's the sentiment expressed by one of my seminal influences joseph george caldwell http://www.foundationwebsite.org/

umbrarchist said...

I said deal with not solve well.  The Laws of Physics don't care whether Wolf States have wars with swords or nuclear weapons.  The Laws of Physics do not care if the human race ceases to exist.

Wolf States cannot escape physics.
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Uglyblackjohn said...

Close, but I'd say it's more of a Vampire State.
Our currnet model gives nothing back - it just sucks.

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