By Nicholas Contompasis
I’m sure by now you’re starting to wonder what’s going on in the world. The release through WikiLeaks of hundreds of thousands of top secret cables from the U.S. State Department, seemingly spontaneous grassroots rebellions sprouting up around the world and the confusion and crisis that they bring, one would think that the world is coming apart at the seams.
Well, it is, and your tax dollars are paying for it. Before I go any further it should be understood that political decisions are for the most part illogical on the surface and what does seem logical are usually lies. Because of these secret agreements and understandings, much of what’s been keeping this world buttoned down, is now being exposed.
Just this morning in the New York Post, Isabel Vincent and Mellissa Klein wrote in their article that Hillary Clintons U.S. State Department shelled out over $220,000 to a small non-profit in the SoHo part of New York City. Movements.org is using this money to basically start rebellions around the world using social networks such as Facebook and Twitter, the usual suspects.
Of course, by now you’ve heard that former Weatherman leaders, Bill Ayers and Bernadette Dohrn close, maybe too close, friends of President Obama, fomented revolts in the Middle East over the past year by teaching local Hamas and union supporters how to use the deadly applications. They did more damage but we’ll leave that for another time.
One can only wonder how many other non-profits are being funded by taxpayer dollars to undermine the United States and for that matter the rest of the Western world. Isn’t this like taking a gun and shooting yourself in the foot, arm, and finally the head? One would wonder again, who would authorize such a thing and why? Is this an Obama end run around the U.S. military-industrial complex and the Joint Chiefs?
Many people laughed when an unknown candidate by the name of Barack Obama proudly stated that his occupation was a community organizer as he attempted to run for President in 2008. I’m sure that many who laughed aren’t laughing any more as they watch these seemingly passive high-tech non-profits stir up the caldrons of third world discontent and topple well placed authoritarians.
Now, back to the logical and illogical political decisions made to keep this world from rebelling against its leaders. To the average man or woman a politician or a country’s decisions must appear to be logical. If it isn’t logical the average person will question it. In the past those people that questioned the logic wandered around and occasionally bumped into each other sharing their displeasure, with no result.
Well, with the development of the Internet and now effective social networks the big question now facing nations around the world is “Now that everyone can talk to each other, what will they do with this new found power?”
That question has finally been answered with the recent developments in the Middle East and Asia. Along with the help of WikiLeaks, the unraveling of these complex global entanglements is eminent and the results could shake the pillars of most western countries.
In that now famous statement made by Jack Nicholson, in the movie “A Few Good Men,” “You can’t handle the truth.”
Well, can the world handle the truth when it’s finally unraveled? Time will tell.
Democracy, human rights and freedom are all noble causes, but all is not equal in this world. With natural resources and the world’s wealth centralized and controlled by certain powers, the peoples of the world, the once dismissed little people, are now on a head-on collision traveling at the speed of an electron with an outcome to be determined.
When these two forces finally collide in a colossal global fulmination, the world will never be the same. Of the eight billion humans that cohabitate our small planet, many could die or many could finally be freed from the shackles of lies, oppression and poverty. But if history is any indication, this could all end very badly.