Caitlin Johnstone: In An Insane World, Revolution Is The Moderate Position

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In An Insane World, Revolution Is The Moderate Position

It should not be considered radical or extremist to oppose mass murder for profit and power.

It should not be considered radical or extremist to oppose the globe-spanning power alliance that is perpetrating most of that mass murder on the world stage today.

It should not be considered radical or extremist to oppose the existence of secretive government agencies which have extensive histories of committing horrific crimes.

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ROBERT STEELE: Since 1976 when I wrote my first graduate thesis creating a holistic model for establishing that preconditions for revolution are in place, no government — including particularly the US Government and the idiot CIA for which I worked and to whose Directorate of Intelligence I briefed my  thesis, has ever wanted to be serious about this fundamental foundation for the social contract that keeps the peace and enables prosperity.

Below is a link to the thesis,  to its 1992 modernized abbreviated publication at the Marine Corps University, and the graphic that President Donald Trump could use to better manage three Deputy Vice Presidents and his own “war room” displacing the precious real estate now wasted on media scum.

Steele, Robert. Theory, Risk Assessment, and Internal War: A Framework for the Observation of Revolutionary Potential, Bethlehem, PA: Lehigh University, MA Thesis.

Steele, Robert. “Thinking About Revolution”, Intelligence Program Reader, Quantico, VA: Marine Corps University, AY 1992-1993.

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