Strong Signals: Truth or Tyrannicide + RECAP

07 Other Atrocities, 10 Security, 11 Society, Corruption, Cultural Intelligence
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Phi Beta Iota: The shooting of an elected official, a judge, and multiple others in Arizona is a strong signal.  It was anticipated by the book TYRANNICIDE The Story of the Second American Revolution, a work of fiction that anticipated a nation-wide spree of attacks on elected politicians now known not to represent the public interest–but we never anticipated the book being other than a cultural icon, a rhetorical call to arms.  Now it is real.

Col Dr. Max Manwaring, USA (Ret), one of the most authentic scholar-warriors we have, nailed it in his edited work, The Search for Security–A U.S. Grand Strategy for the Twenty-First Century.  Security comes from LEGITIMACY, and the hard truth Washington and Wall Street must face is that they both lack legitimacy in the eyes of the majority (roughly, 70%, assuming a 15% extremist band on either end of the two-party tyranny).

This is not about “tone.”  This is about substance.  You can screw all of the people some of the time, some of the people all of the time, but you cannot screw all of the people all of the time.  America is at an internal fork in the road.  9/11 was the rest of the world being pissed.  Arizona is about the heartland being pissed.  FOCUS!

Below is a RECAP of just a few of the many signals justifying public rage at the betrayal of the Republic by elected politicians selling out to Wall Street and special interests.  The Nation is so out of balance that it is on the verge of imploding.  Lies kill us all.  Now here is the GOOD NEWS:  a restoration of integrity, with transparency leading to truth and truth leading to trust, would push back the anger.  The super-rich evidently do not realize this, but they are on the brink of a violent push-back when they can avoid all push-back simply by stepping back and letting the legitimacy of government be restored–one simple elegant solution: Electoral Reform (1 Page, 9 Points).

See Also:

Backgrounder: Main mass shootings in U.S. since 1999 (Xin Hua)

Preconditions of Revolution in the USA Today

Legitimate Grievances (US Internal)

Journal: Attacks Against the US Government

Journal: Air Rage–More to Come

Journal: AF BODY COUNT–$50 Million Per Body

Journal: Hard Truths to Power–Anyone?

Journal: Five Myths Debunked–Treasury Run by Crooks

Journal: US Gap Between Rich & Poor Widens by Factor of 10

Journal: US Unemployment 20-30% Not 10%

Journal: 22% Real Unemployment, 1 in 34 Zip $ in 2009

Journal: Death by a Thousand Cuts? Or Deliberate Elite Murder of the USA?

Journal: Nine Under-Reported Stories on Bank Fraud

Journal: The Death of Responsible Government

Journal: Violating Our Troops, Violating Others, Violating We

Reference: 2011 Brave New Dystopia

Reference: Empire of Lies & Secrecy

Reference: SCREWED–The Roots of Populist Rage…

Reference: The Fraud-Based US Economy

Reference: USA in Denial Over Reality

Reference: WATER–Soul of the Earth, Mirror of Our Collective Souls

Review DVD: The Believer (2001)

Review: Harvest Of Rage–Why Oklahoma City Is Only The Beginning

Review: Kids Who Kill–Confronting Our Culture of Violence

Review: Rage of the Random Actor

Review: Griftopia–Bubble Machines, Vampire Squids, and the Long Con That Is Breaking America

Review: The End of America–Letter of Warning to a Young Patriot

Review: Is Democracy Possible Here?: Principles for a New Political Debate

Review (Guest): ECONned: How Unenlightened Self Interest Undermined Democracy and Corrupted Capitalism

Review (Guest): Web of Debt–The Shocking Truth About Our Money System

Search: US fraud tri-fecta

Worth a Look: Book Review Lists (Negative)

Antidotes to tyrannicide:

2006 THE SMART NATION ACT: Public Intelligence in the Public Interest

The Substance of Governance

Journal: Reflections on Integrity

Reference: A World That Works for All

Reference: Cyber-Intelligence–Restore the Republic Of, By, and For…

Review: Ideas and Integrities–A Spontaneous Autobiographical Disclosure

Review: The Hidden Wealth of Nations

Worth a Look: Book Review Lists (Positive)