LIONEL PODCAST: My Political Manifesto — A Tutorial For The Abecedarian

I liked this graphic. It’s funny but speaks to one of my tenets: no labels. If you can label your ideology, it’s therefore too simplistic for my intellectual tastebuds. I have no philosophical or political worldview per se. I’m a political atheist and subscribe to no ideology or party or school though I cafeteria-sample many. I’m labelless. So stop trying to guess or pigeonhole.

  • The primary area(s) concerned and detailed herein are at the POTUS/international foreign policy level. I couldn’t care less about dithering over gay marriage, Reaganomics, DADT, flag fetishes, In God We Trust theocratic objectification, the secularization of Xmas and basically anything you’ll hear on either MSDNC or Fox. They certainly warrant attention, but that’s not within the purview of this podcast and my fundamentals. While there may be some areas of left-right differences at some strata, e.g. social programs and legislation, at the top tiers is without meaning.
  • The dangerous myth and illusion of the left-right paradigm. Conservative and liberal occlude issues and obfuscate truth. To quote Quigley, “The argument that the two parties should represent opposed ideals and policies, one, perhaps, of the Right and the other of the Left, is a foolish idea acceptable only to doctrinaire and academic thinkers.”
  • The cult of personality. Too often ideologies are defined by their loudest proponents and/or opponents. Further obfuscation. Further prevarication.
  • The pathology and deception of globalism. For something as dangerous as globalism, it enjoys such a benign labeling. Globalism: it connotes an international spirit of cooperation, joined forces and concerns. Nonsense. The globalism I speak of is a subjugation of my country into a member-state status and the ceding of jurisdiction to an international confederation and consortium that defies our Constitution.
  • POTUS and the dented shield (the essential metaphor).
  • The blocking offensive of MSM media.
  • The prototypical professional leftie and conservative: archetypical absolutes and their inapposite applications.
  • Monetary policy (credit and currency) is the only policy issue worth paying attention to. Nothing is as important as this one, singular issue. And nothing, sadly, less understood and grasped.
  • The future of conventional war. Adios to the dogfight. Hello “asymmetrical” warfare.
  • The principal leadership committee. The Mighty Four who run the show and the growing irrelevance of POTUS.
  • Be not a conspiracy theorist but a conspiracy analyst.
  • You must embrace alternative and foreign press. The Internet is your salvation.
  • Tolstoy was right: History would be a wonderful thing if only it were true.
  • American Presidents are not elected by Americans.
  • Stop asking how or why. Remember, it’s their story. Translation: You’re under no duty to explicate how something was carried off or executed. It’s their story. Let those who propose fantastic stories of terrorist legerdemain (for example), let them explain how that happened. They who claim have the burden of proof.
  • Enemies shmenemies. New allegiances and coalitions are forged by the hour.
  • The globalist world moves in 25-year increments.
  • Americans now nothing about history and care not to learn. They don’t vote unless it’s DWTS.
  • American political theories are infantalized, Manichean and wildly apodictic.
  • It’s all “a work.” (Borrowing from the wrestling argot.) Everything that purports to represent this country’s governmental latticework is but an illusion, a Potemkin village.
  • The Federal Reserve is as federal as federal Express. It’s part of the globalist bankster version of the Gambino crime family. The Fed has enjoyed unfettered, unlimited, unauthorized access since 1913 and the MSM wouldn’t dare question anything. Congressman Louis T. McFadden, Chairman of the House Banking and Currency Committee, on June 20, 1932, noted, “The Federal Reserve is one of the most corrupt institutions the world has ever seen. There is not a man within the sound of my voice who does not know that this Nation is run by the international bankers.”

To be continued. This I can assure you.

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