Republic and Empire

Listen, we can either have America the Empire or America the Republic, but we can’t have both.

We can’t have our cake and eat it too.

If we have America the Empire without America the Republic, then what’s the point?

America the Empire is a bully that brutalizes other nations into slavery.

America the Empire has killed millions in Southeast Asia and the Middle East.

America the Empire is as ruthless and stupid as the British and Roman empires.

Both empires were very short-lived.

America the Republic however can live for thousands of years if we are smart enough to choose it.

The vision of the New World order is false.

The vision of the New World order envisions America as an empire in a unipolar world where America calls the shots.

It will cause destitution to the peoples of the world and to Americans at home.

Empire benefits no one except the super rich.

We owe it to ourselves to be smarter than the British, to be smarter than the Romans.

Reject this idiotic vision that’s foisted upon us by Harvard and the Ivy League.

The people who attend these schools are pre-cooked eggs, tasteless, toxic, not ripe enough for consumption.

Reject the Harvard manifesto.

Reject the best and the brightest, if that’s what you consider them.

They aren’t the best and brightest by a long shot. They are legends in their own minds, fake masters of the universe, running about fucking up the world en extremis.

Of course they do it for money.

They couldn’t care less about the lives they destroy.

Ukraine is a perfect example.

Our knuckleheaded masters of the universe broke their agreement with the Russians, provoked the Russians to invade Ukraine in order to defend their hegemony and stability, then have the gall to call the Russians invaders.

The destruction of Ukraine is heartbreaking and extraordinary.

But that’s okay with the empire builders because they will supply the arms to the Ukrainians in their futile fight against the Russians; and then they will supply the building materials to rebuild the cities they helped to destroy.

The American people will foot the bill.

The empire builders will grow wealthier, and the American people will grow poorer.

Reject empire.

Reject Harvard.

There is a better way.

We can adopt a vision which sees America as an enabler and a partner with other nations. We can see America as one nation amongst many making friends not slaves.

And if America is not necessarily the wealthiest nation, so be it.

It’s far better for America to be a leader and an influencer rather than the richest guy on the block.

Money is useless if it serves no moral purpose.

Empires as we know them are immoral.

Republics as our Founding fathers envisioned them is the legacy we wish to propagate.


Archer Crosley

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It’s Your Republic

When Ben Franklin exited Independence Hall, he was asked what type of government we would have.

He answered: A republic if you can keep it.

That’s an odd reply.  I guess he must’ve known something.

I guess your Founding Fathers must’ve known something.

Indeed they did.

The Founding Fathers – unusually gifted men who stand as testament to man’s regressing intelligence – distrusted the people.  They distrusted a raging mob – not because they were racist as commie professors would have you believe.

They knew the harm a mob could do.

So they bequeathed to us a republic.

What did they not give us?

A democracy.

Now this goes against everything you thought about the United States.

Don’t we live in a democracy?


We don’t, and thank the Lord we don’t.

The success of the United States is directly related to the fact that we do not live in a democracy, that we do not have “one man, one vote” as the mobs screaming for Barabbas so fervently clamor for.

Why would we want to live in such?

Why would we want to live in a country where people who don’t know what they’re talking about have a say in running the country?

Would you go to a cardiologist who didn’t know anything about the heart?

Would you go to an auto mechanic who knew nothing about cars?

Would you have your house built by someone who didn’t know anything about building a house?

How about a baker who makes crummy cookies?

No, and so it goes with governance.

The very last thing we want is a raging mob running affairs – especially a raging mob directed and financed by wealthy corporations.  Somebody has to pay, house and supply these organizers, right?

Think about that the next time you watch a march in Washington DC.

A democracy is loud, boisterous, fickle and irrational. A democracy calls for a referendum.  A democracy bangs a drum. A democracy asks you to get out there and do your patriotic duty by kicking some ass.

A republic which your Founding Fathers gifted you is none of that.

A republic is quiet, civil, resolute and rational.  A republic elects officials to do the people’s will. A republic plays a flute. A republic asks citizens to stay calm and exercise their patriotism by obeying the law and quietly going to work.

It’s your republic – if you can keep it.