Obama’s Napoleonic Wars
by Don Hank
In Europe, the elections are manipulated and Eurosceptical political parties are neutralized simply by being called “nationalist.” This is like the label “demagogue,” which is applied to non-Establishment candidates because they remind people of things that would make anyone but the lobotomized angry. Reminding people of the obvious abuse by the Eurobullies is slyly called “manipulation of emotions” or the like, when in fact it is the Establishment that causes the anger in the first place. But everyone is supposed to behave like mechanical dolls with no emotion and that is “democracy.” If you are angry at being treated like a slave, you are undemocratic and must be closely watched and supervised.
Throughout the West, and particularly in the EU, while nationalism is blamed for wars, it is far from the main culprit. It is SUPRANATIONALISM in the form of centralized governments (intended to lead up to a one-world government) that causes wars, especially when the central government (eg, the EU) works in tandem with – or rather as a puppet of – the Washington-NATO dictatorship.
Here’s how it works:
Napoleon Bonaparte was not a nationalist. In fact he was not even French. He was Corsican. It was his idea of uniting all nations, not under the French tricolor, but under the ideological banner of the Enlightenment, that caused the Napoleonic wars. Therefore, though few realize it, the so-called Enlightenment itself, not nationalism, was responsible for the Napoleonic wars. Nor do historians point out that there were different variations on the Enlightenment theme when that movement first appeared, and that only one of them, the most radical and anti-traditional one, prevailed. This radical ideology taught that tradition itself was behind all evil and must be abolished at all cost, including guillotining anyone who happened to disagree. Few realize that Lorenzo de Medici was actually an advocate of an Enlightenment that was both Christian and linked to the roots of Greek philosophers, particularly Aristotle. This tradition-respecting idea from Italy was far removed from the radical French “Enlightenment” ideals that led to the massacre of church clerics and thousands of innocents who failed to pass the political correctness tests of the day. The French Revolution, based on the Enlightenment, saw the first trials of non-commonsense, non-sane, anti-traditional ideas in action and was a laboratory for the subsequent implementation of the non-sane ideas of Hitler, Stalin, Pol Pot and other 20th Century mass murderers.
And nota bene: The US-EU system is still implementing non-sane ideas of its own invention – such as the notion that gender is interchangeable, and is still fighting an extension of the Napoleonic wars throughout the world to protect non-sanity — such as the teaching that Christianity is violent while Islam is peaceful, or that boundaries don’t exist and must be abolished (no one seems to notice that it would be pretty hard to abolish something that doesn’t exist). While not openly atheistic, the Western elites are clearly anti-Christian, waging wars that ultimately promote radical Islam and promoting, domestically, virulently anti-traditional ideas (leading, eg, to lawsuits and exorbitant fines imposed on bakers who refuse to bake gay wedding cakes with inscriptions on them that shake their religious beliefs to the core) and causes that sully traditional people’s sensitivities and instincts. Already, it is socially impossible to say in public “marriage is a union between a man and a woman” without incurring the wrath of almost everyone in our zombie-like society. Even those institutions cheekily calling themselves “churches” will condemn you for saying something so “un-Christlike.”
The ideas of the radical Enlightenment (as opposed to its more moderate branches, which have long been virtually banned) have led to the destruction of most of the Middle East, Afghanistan and Kosovo, as well as the near-total destruction of Syria, and threaten to plunge us into another war with Russia. How do you suppose that will work out?
Let’s ask Napoleon and Hitler how it worked out for them and their splendid invading armies.