The Complicitors

libertyflagby Anniel6/21/15
In theory there is no difference between theory and practice, in practice there is. The Great Philosopher, Yogi Bera.  •  My mind still cannot wrap itself around those who are complicit in the destruction of their own country and think they will escape the fallout, even those who are at the very pinnacle of power. (Can we make a new word, “Complicitors,” for them?) They knowingly kill liberty, the goose that lays the golden egg, but think they can keep the eggs coming. In theory they expect to keep their wealth and possessions while taking from you and me, presumably because our contributions don’t matter. In practice the Complicitors, too, will lose all.

The Soviet leaders had a name for these kinds of followers, they were called “useful idiots”, and that name was not just for the little guys, but soon included some of those very leaders. I think it was Beria who went to his death weeping, not that he was to die, but afraid Stalin did not love him anymore. His final words were a plea to his revered leader to remember Beria’s undying love for him. Who will weep this time when they are being tossed aside?

The people who close their eyes to lies and sidle up to power will all lose when the leaders finally turn on their own, but there are other sides to this story. I have questioned before about what happens when a civilization falls. What happens to commerce? What about production of goods and food? Roads and shipping? Medical care? How long can technology last when there is no innovation or upkeep available?

Are we even prepared, psychologically or physically, to face those foreign invaders even now pouring unrestrained across our borders? We do have our own home-grown gangs and those joining other terrorist groups. If we are faced with a natural disaster or war and have to leave our homes and tell our children to grab the necessities and run, what would they do? Would they grab their iPhones and computers, or warm clothing, food and water? Would they even believe they were in danger? With electricity gone and enemies at the door would you and your family be able to cope?

Without question there is chaos when a nation falls through enemy attack or civil war, but another scenario I think is true is a future where, even if we win, perhaps, the only visible problem is huge population decline. What if there is an EMP attack or a desolating sickness? So choose a time from the past with a much lower population number and learn how people lived then. Within a very few generations that is the way we and our children’s children will live. How do we keep computers going when there is no way to repair and service them? What happens to satellites, the internet, and other forms of communication? Who keeps automobiles running and airplanes flying? Just the simple things like fixing potholes in the roads require workers who may not be there. The overlords would undoubtedly turn to slave labor.

Think about all the things we have and do simply because we have the population base to sustain ourselves. As for the “Complicitors”, where oh where will they be? It won’t take long for their lights to go out, too. They are fighting against us by design and what they do to themselves is out of sheer stupidity.

The terminal stupidity required to be complicitors is what should be staggering to us. It is clear that all branches of the federal government, elected and appointed, are complicit in the criminal cabal leading them. What they do in theory and in practice is worse than treason.

The Complicitors will pay a high price, but so will we all. Pray daily for God’s help. • (913 views)

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9 Responses to The Complicitors

  1. Kung Fu Zu Kung Fu Zu says:

    I think it was Beria who went to his death weeping, not that he was to die, but afraid Stalin did not love him anymore.

    It could not have been Beria as he was executed after Stalin’s death. The rest of the Politburo figured they had better get him before he got them.

    As I recall, it was Beria’s predecessor Yezhov who was worried Comrade Stalin didn’t love him. But he was not the only delusional Bolshevik who would not believe Stalin had abandoned them or that “there must be some mistake.” This lack of touch with reality is common with intellectual Leftists. As I recall, some of the S.A. troops killed during the “Night of the Long Knives” also couldn’t believe der Fuehrer would betray them. One notes this same disconnect from reality in those who think Stalin and Hitler weren’t behind the slaughter of millions. “Comrade Stalin must not know this is happening!” “Please contact der Fuehrer, he needs to be informed of this.”

    It is an old truism that revolutions eat their own, but unfortunately, the eat many others as well.

    • Anniel says:

      Thanks Kung Fu. The treachery of those with a taste for power is startling. I fail to understand the seemingly willing victims of such deceit, and the credulity of those who go right along with the deceit.

  2. Rosalys says:

    “And when these things begin to come to pass, then look up, and lift up your heads; for your redemption draweth nigh.” (Luke 21:28)

    The context is the second coming and the end times, but I believe it to be true at all times. Christians must always look to Christ (up.)

  3. Timothy Lane says:

    The elites see themselves as the aristocrats and us as the peasants. A medieval-type society can last a long time — and as long as it lasts for their lifetimes, that’s good enough for them. Of course, as events move ever more quickly, it may not last that long — but as long as they think it will (or refuse to consider what they’re doing to the future), they won’t change their ways.

  4. SkepticalCynic SkepticalCynic says:

    In as much as I own a good deal of material possessions (mostly small) being nearly 70, I would miss them as much as anyone would miss their belongings. However, I have learned that the less you own the less you have to be concerned about. That spills over into money as well. I have never taken a real vacation in my lifetime. Don’t get me wrong, I have spent time at places of resort nearby to my home but I have never been to Disney Land/World, England, Italy, Israel or you name it. I don’t have a second home. Still, I can tell you that if I were deprived of all of the things that make my life comfortable through stupid politicians, I would be cheered by seeing those rich and in high office brought low. Life is not completely unfair but to the bottom feeders who can only look up it sure seems to have a good deal of unfairness to it. I will agree that in the US a person that is determined can reach a reasonable level of wealth but must do so on his own. If he works for a large company, he will eventually reach his own ceiling and cannot progress any higher no matter how hard he works. Hard work will only get you so far. If you are the prince of someone of renown you may enter working life at a level higher than many can reach through hard work. In a scenario where the US is in collapse, money may not be the medium that is most valuable. I can clearly see where a hoe or rake could be worth its weight in gold and a situation in which five pounds of gold be unable to buy one. I am afraid those days maybe on the way but I am not so jealous of what the rich and powerful have that I would like to see them in severe straits along with myself. As a country, though, I have to wonder if America will ever be great as it once was. For sure, it will not be the leaders we have today that save us.

    • Timothy Lane says:

      I don’t think anyone here is jealous of the rich as such. However, we would like to see those who choose to let America fall suffer along with the rest of us.

  5. David says:

    The liberals I know treat me and all other conservatives I know in one of two ways;
    1. If they are kind-hearted – they refer to me as a political extremist or perhaps a conspiracy theorist.
    2. If they are cruel – they refer to me as ignorant, that my thoughts are without merit, and my sources are suspect.
    In both ways, any polite discourse – that healthy exchange of ideas – has not happened for some time now. My thoughts and opinions are not welcome and if I speak up anyway, it’s as if I farted in church.
    If or when it ‘does’ all fall down, it’s small satisfaction they will fall with me. But, at least I know I fought against calamity and chaos, rather than aided and abetted.

  6. Psalm 109 – May their (the complicitors) days be few, dear Lord!

    • Anniel says:

      We all hope for those shortened days as we pray for our country. Then you see the schizophrenia of John Roberts and wonder if these people are even sane anymore. I have to make peace in my own heart each day. Blessings to you.

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