Sunday, September 11, 2011

September 11 and the Nazification of Amerika

This post definitely needs a demented soundtrack. Click on the video then start reading.
Today is September 11 in Japan. It is the 10th in the USA. Tomorrow is 9/11 for the States. This just in from my friend Steve in the USA about the glorification of the state ritual that this day has come to represent:


I made what turned out to be a very quick trip to the food store this morning. It’s a chore that I usually do on Sunday’s, but I really don’t even want to be out on 9/11 so went this morning (Saturday).

It’s too late. An orgy of nationalist displays is already everywhere.

I passed house after house with their American flags and ‘Remember 911’ signs proudly displayed. I drove past the public high school and it had a huge American flag surrounded by what must be thousands of small American flags displayed on the taxpayer paid for school grounds out front. REMEMBER 911 !!!

When I got to the food store they played nationalist songs one after the other over their public address system. God Bless America - America the Beautiful – The Star Spangled Banner – etc, etc, ad nauseam…

Thus my regular weekly visit to the food store was a very short one this week. Milk – bread – eggs and out.

I expect it’s going to be even worse tomorrow. It makes me thankful that I don’t have (or want) a TV. Just the short trip to the food store today made me ill. It was enough to turn the stomach of a goat – and they can eat anything…

Actually the whole trip was kind of bizarre. It was like traveling back in Mr. Peabody’s ‘Way-Back Machine’ to Germany in the 1930’s and 1940’s.  It reminded me of those old news reels that you see of the endless fields of Nazi flags that were just as proudly displayed by the same cheering and state worshiping mindless masses of Germany. Their rabid patriotism (nationalism) was pretty much the same as America’s patriotism and the even worse ‘super patriotism’ today.

Completing the other half of the Nazi program – socialism – most Americans probably think that they are not socialists, but if you even suggest abolishing social security (one of the cornerstones of socialism) they will reveal their actual beliefs – even if they refuse to admit them to themselves. Ask again about Medicare and Medicaid and they will confirm their commitment to socialism.

And so history repeats itself. The new national socialists (Nazi’s) seem to be everywhere.

Instead of the anti flag burning amendment that those ‘Super Patriots’ are always whining and crying about perhaps we should pass an amendment to change the existing American flag to something that more accurately displays who we are as a people today. To this end I suggest that we simply replace the 50 white stars with 50 white swastikas. Although I agree that the very thought is disgusting, at least it would be an honest representation.

This whole nationalist – patriot – super patriot – fanatical worship of the state is beyond immature. It goes deep into an area that can only be described as ‘infantile.’

We so need Ron Paul and more like him or these new USA Nazi’s will destroy all that was once good about America.

We want our country, our freedoms, and our liberty back!

doG help us if Boobus-Americanus doesn’t awaken – and soon…

- Steve Candidus 

The author, Steve Candidus, can be reached at: Comments very welcomed. 

NOTE: Let me take this opportunity to endorse and come out completely in favor of candidate Ron Paul for president of the United States (which shouldn't surprise anyone who has followed my writings since 2004, beginning at Lew Rockwell). I believe that Mr. Candidus is correct: the USA is doomed to failure if the current political paradigm is not changed soon. There is no difference between the Democrats and the Republicans in the USA today.

The last chance for the United States is Ron Paul. End the wars. End the US empire.


Anonymous said...


Kevin Riley said...

I'm afraid that Ron Paul doesn't stand a chance to become president of the US. Reason? He's far too sensible.

diego.a said...

If you read the chapter, "The Imperative of Class" in the book, The Unheavenly City, it accurately describes the different classes and why they vote for candidates who promise something for nothing. (So does the book, Democracy: The God That Failed.)


LRC Link:

If people voted for sensible candidates, there would be no FDR, Putin, George W., Al Gore, Obama, etc.

mikeintokyorogers said...

Hi Kevin,
I hate to agree with you. Ask me now why I often write about how that place is past redemption. Got gold?

mikeintokyorogers said...

PS: Thanks Anon... BUt I believe it should be "Ron Paul in 2012!" No?

Jimbo said...

Mike, I'm so glad to hear you talking about Ron Paul as well. The sad thing is that despite leading in nearly every poll in the past few months, almost nobody hears about him. The media and establishment want to keep him out of the spotlight as much as possible!

Mark said...

Ah yes, Ron Paul. If you want to abolish abortions, yay Ron Paul. He has some good points, but everyone seems to gloss over all the bad ones when it comes to him. I'll still vote for him as usual, but it's more about saying we need another party than even considering he might win.

The Daily Show did a good bit on how all of the MSM showed graphs and mentioned all of the candidates except Paul, no matter how high he was polling.

mikeintokyorogers said...

No Mark,
Ron Paul doesn't want to abolish abortions. Ron Paul's position is that abortion is none of the government's business. There should be no federal laws legalizing or outlawing abortion. This is a personal issue. Nowhere in the US constitution does it state that the federal government has the authority to legalize or outlaw medical procedures.

That is his official position. Please do not pass disinformation.

Mark said...

You're wrong. From wiki: "Paul calls himself "strongly pro-life"[203] and "an unshakable foe of abortion."[204] However, he believes regulation of medical decisions about maternal or fetal health is "best handled at the state level.""

Translation : States like Texas will be able to outlaw abortion if he were president. He's against it. If it's not in the constitution, ie abortion, Paul is against it. His voting record speaks for itself.

Also from wiki: "Paul has said that the ninth and tenth amendments to the U.S. Constitution do not grant the federal government any authority to legalize or ban abortion, stating that "the federal government has no authority whatsoever to involve itself in the abortion issue."[210] However, this has not stopped Paul from voting in favor of a federal ban on partial-birth abortion in 2000[211] and 2003.[212]

Paul introduced the Sanctity of Life Act of 2005, a bill that would have defined human life to begin at conception, and removed challenges to prohibitions on abortion from federal court jurisdiction."

Kyle G said...

Thanks for writing this. As sad as what you wrote it is the truth and I'm glad someone has the same morbid thought for the swastika spangle banner but its the honest irony of how our country is today. Waving it and plastering it anywhere to show some false patriotism for destroying the third world while we become a third world.