January 15, 2012
“All we have to do is remember who we are. We are not Germans. We’re not peasants in China. We’re not peasants in Russia. We have a legacy and a history of fighting for liberty. Americans have always fought for liberty. And we will fight again. So we will not be the Fourth Reich. We will not let that happen. Not without a fight.” – Stewart Rhodes , founder of Oath Keepers, speaking on the Alex Jones show on January 12, 2012.
“I always consider the settlement of America with reverence and wonder, as the opening of a grand scene and design in providence, for the illumination of the ignorant and the emancipation of the slavish part of mankind all over the earth.” – John Adams.
“At a period when other nations have but lisped, our deep voice is heard afar. Long enough, have we been skeptics with regard to ourselves, and doubted whether, indeed, the political Messiah had come. But he has come in us.” – Herman Melville.
Since the fall of the Soviet Union in 1989, the U.S. Global Empire has acted as the God of the Earth, colonizing and destroying nations weaker than it while justifying its crimes against humanity by holding up the bible of democracy and freedom. Satan, who hijacked America’s soul and mind, was dancing and laughing in the background as all this was happening.
Washington’s Global Empire has turned reality upside down and casted a spell over the world. As the demon child of America Karl Rove stated to author Ron Suskind, “We’re an empire now, and when we act, we create our own reality. And while you’re studying that reality—judiciously, as you will—we’ll act again, creating other new realities, which you can study too, and that’s how things will sort out. We’re history’s actors … and you, all of you, will be left to just study what we do.”
On September 11, 2001, the U.S. Global Empire made use of its absolutist power to dominate the global political reality and historical narrative by sacrificing three thousand of its own citizens with the assistance of Israel and scapegoated Islam for the evil crime.
Without missing a beat, the mind soldiers of the Empire in the mainstream press used the tragic events on 9/11 to mobilize world public opinion for a global war of terror that has ruined America’s standing in the world and pushed the Middle East to the brink of destruction.
The crimes that have been committed in America’s name in Iraq, Afghanistan, and around the world have left a dark stain on the nation. In the hands of the banksters, military-industrial complex, and bloodthirsty Zionists, America has been reduced to a third world police state.
But the stain is removable. And Satan’s wasteland is not all dark. Ron Paul’s political education of the American people is a bright spot. Dr. Paul is undoubtedly America’s greatest ambassador living today.
Also, the Alex Jones show and the alternative media are doing the world a great service by shining a light on government evil and high treason in Washington. It is the light of truth and knowledge that makes possible the reality of peace, understanding, and justice.
“The way to improve society and reform the world,” said John Adams, “is to enlighten men, spread knowledge, and convince the multitude that they have, or may have, sense, knowledge, and virtue.” This is what the alternative media is doing. It is spreading knowledge and enhancing understanding about 9/11 and the war of terror, not paranoia, conspiracy theories, and mindless fear.
But spreading knowledge is not enough. Taking action is also necessary. The grassroots constitutional organization the Oath Keepers is taking action by creating the political space in which a constructive dialogue that is grounded in American history has the potential to raise public awareness of America’s descent into spiritual darkness and political tyranny.
America can be saved from tyranny, and her honour can be restored because her values, her laws, and her people are all great. The American people are idealists and deeply moral who are led by cunning Satanists and Terrorists. That is the irony of America.
“What Americans share,” wrote New York Times columnist David Brooks in his 2004 book On Paradise Drive: How We Live Now (And Always Have) in the Future Tense, “is an inherited sense that history has a story line; and that each of us, individually and as a citizen of the nation, plays a role in bringing the story to its happy ending.” He added:
“This mentality leads to a few behavioral traits. For example, historians point out that a tremendous strain of anxiety runs through U.S. history, the nagging and sometimes panicked sense that we are failing to live up to our ideals and mission, that if we Americans fail, then that will be the most terrible failure in human history.
This anxiety propels Americans to strive and reform perpetually. It helps account for the periodic awakenings and moralistic crusades that recur throughout American history–the Great Awakenings, the abolitionist movement, the temperance movement, the civil rights.”
The 9/11 truth movement and the anti-Federal Reserve movement are extensions of the 1960s civil rights movement and the 19th-century abolitionist movement. The civil rights and abolitionist movements were movements against black slavery. The 9/11 truth and anti-Federal Reserve movements are movements against human slavery. All four movements are based on the principles of the American Declaration of Independence and Bill of Rights.
The current political awakening in America, triggered by the spread of 9/11 truth, has gained steam since 2007 due to the rise of Ron Paul, the political bankruptcy of Barack Obama, and the emergence of the Occupy Wall Street movement.
This political awakening is global  and it will dramatically alter the course of 21st century politics and governance. The people’s awakening is not a burst of bright flash in a cave of darkness, but the rise of a new consciousness that armies and tyrants cannot defeat.
America’s political awakening will enable the restoration of America’s fundamental values and laws, as well as her reputation and honour. Author and professor Chalmers Johnson, who awoke many Americans and people around the world with his Blowback series, said on Democracy Now  on February 27, 2007, that “if we do see a renaissance of citizenship in America, then I believe we could recapture our government.”
Johnson said that the American people must choose between ending their global empire or ending their Republic and freedoms. Below is an excerpt from his appearance on Democracy Now five years ago:
“you’ve got to reconstitute the constitutional system in America, or it is over. That is that empires — once you go in the direction of empire, you ultimately lead to overstretch, bankruptcy, coalitions of nations hostile to your imperialism. We’re well on that route.
The way that it might be stopped is by a mobilization of inattentive citizens. I don’t know that that’s going to happen. I’m extremely dubious, given the nature of conglomerate control of, say, the television networks in America for the sake of advertising revenue. We see Rupert Murdoch talking about buying a third of the Los Angeles Times. But, nonetheless, there is the internet, there is Amy Goodman, there are — there’s a lot more information than there was.
One of the things I have experienced in these three books is a much more receptive audience of alarmed Americans to Nemesis than to the previous two books, where there was considerable skepticism, so that one — if we do see a renaissance of citizenship in America, then I believe we could recapture our government. If we continue politics as in the past, then I think there is no alternative but to say Nemesis is in the country, she’s on the premises, and she is waiting to carry out her divine mission.”
Johnson’s warning has been heard. The Oath Keepers have heard it. The alternative media is listening. Occupy Wall Street activists and Tea Party activists understand the warning and are heeding the call.
The demons and liars who stand against the message of freedom and peace do not want to hear Johnson’s warning, or the voice of 9/11 truth and justice. But they have no choice but to listen. Every cursed dictator learns that deaf ears are dead ears. The sirens of tyrants can’t drown out the calls for liberty and justice.
“The god who gave us life,” said Thomas Jefferson, “gave us liberty at the same time: the hand of force may destroy, but cannot disjoin them.”
Saman Mohammadi is the writer and editor at The Excavator Blog