SORCHA 4/15: “American “Cultural Cancer” Prompts “Chilling Warning” Of Apocalyptic Global War”
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Date: Saturday, 15-Apr-2023 17:30:11
https://www.whatdoesitmean.com/index4236.htm~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~April 15, 2023American “Cultural Cancer” Prompts “Chilling Warning” Of Apocalyptic Global WarBy: Sorcha Faal, and as reported to her Western SubscribersA foreboding new Security Council (SC) report circulating in the Kremlin today first noting Defense Minister Sergey Shoigu announcing: “The Pacific Fleet was put on high alert at full strength…The Russian Air Force is taking part in the maneuvers alongside the Navy”, says this war move follows the largest ever joint military exercises held by Russian and Chinese military forces last fall—a move towards total war quickly joined by President Putin signing into law the amended conscription and mobilization rules, establishing a unified digital database of citizens subject to military service that was fast-tracked through the legislature in Moscow in less than a week—immediately after which China expanded its wartime military draft to include veterans and college students with the issuing of a new regulation, with 74 articles in 11 chapters, that focuses on recruiting more high-caliber soldiers, standardizing and optimizing conscription procedures, and improving the system’s efficiency that comes into effect on 1 May.Following United States government socialist indoctrinators forcing American soldiers to wear women’s high heel shoes to raise sexual assault awareness, this report notes, this week it was joined by top American military experts warning about a conflict with Russia and China: “This is a five-alarm fire…We basically can’t fight a war larger than Iraq with the all-volunteer force…We have a Goldilocks problem…Our army is too small as constituted to actually prosecute a war with these countries, but it’s large enough that it’s sucking a lot of resources away…The military should re-adopt a “cadre” system for deploying the military, not dissimilar to that used in World War II”—a warning joined today by the Wall Street Journal article “The Military Recruitment Crisis Is A Symptom Of Cultural Rot”, wherein it factually reveals: “America’s cultural cancer manifests itself in many ways, but no symptom is more telling than our low military recruitment…Last year the Army hit only 75% of its recruiting target, while other services had to scramble to meet theirs…This year looks to be worse…The all-volunteer force, formed 50 years ago, is in peril and threatens our ability to defend ourselves in a dangerous world…What does this say about America?”.https://youtu.be/8WKeUYNjoA4https://www.youtube.com/embed/8WKeUYNjoA4The Western Culture destroying the United States and its socialist Western colonial allies with “cultural rot”, this report continues, is rooted in 17th and 18th Century “Enlightenment Ideology”, that places rationalism over religious beliefs and individualism over family—and is a demonic ideology that over the past week alone saw terrifying articles appearing in the West like “Christian Mother Denied Right To Adopt Over Religious Beliefs”, “Washington State Passes Bill Allowing Government To Take Away Minor From Parents If They Refuse To Agree To Gender Transition Surgery” and “Netherlands To Legalize Euthanasia For Children Below 12”.Among those knowing that neither Russia nor the rest of the religious world will ever accept demonic and cancerous socialist Western ideology, this report notes, is famed Russian philosopher Andrey Korobov-Latyntsev, who became an officer of the People’s Militia of the Donetsk People’s Republic so he could view first hand this existential war between good and evil, and from the front lines released his open letter “Here’s My Chilling Warning About Where The Russia-Ukraine Conflict Can Lead” this week, wherein he observed:For a philosopher, the military path – the path of war – is quite natural. In reality, such a scholar is always engaged in this process – the conflict of ideas. He understands that war is the forefather of all things and since he is looking for the origin of everything, turning to war, both as a subject and an element of existentialism, is natural. Of course, it is also a great honor for me to be part of the armed forces of Novorossiya and the Donetsk People’s Republic.There were a lot of theoretical discussions on this before the start of the military operation in Ukraine, last year, when the new realities of combat first emerged on such a grand scale.There is a military saying that generals always prepare for the previous war. So, in a way, no one knew how this would look. Of course, the robotization of fighting develops new means of combat and warfare. This especially concerns drones, intelligence capabilities, and the range of weapons.However, in existential terms, it doesn’t work like ‘Fallout’. As German military theorist Carl von Clausewitz said, war is a chameleon. Its external appearance changes all the time, but its inner core and essence remain the same. It always means risk and involves questions like death, victory, and defeat. These key factors never change.Indeed, modern-day soldiers have more technical means at their disposal to kill the enemy, but the risk remains the same as always. The existential dimension of war doesn’t change either. Even if one day, there will be no human combatants on the battlefield and only drones will fight, it will retain its essence because there will always be a risk of defeat.The ‘just war theory’ is ancient. A number of researchers ascribe it to Plato, and it was formally established by Cicero in Ancient Rome. The key question posed by the just war theory is how to reconcile the realities of war with high morality and even religious commandments, as St. Augustine and Thomas Aquinas attempted to do. The theory itself proceeds from rather simple assumptions. In order for a war to be called ‘just’, it must meet specific criteria.First of all, a struggle is considered just if it has a just cause. Let’s say you were attacked and you are defending your land – this motive perfectly justifies the fighting. This criterion is given by Cicero and is repeated by all the philosophers. But this is not enough. After all, one may have just reasons for starting a war, but then go on to conduct it in an unjust manner. At this point, there exists a difference between ‘jus ad bellum’ (right to war) and ‘jus in bello’ (rights at war).Examples of conducting war in a just manner include not killing civilians (people without weapons and not involved in the war) and not torturing prisoners of war. In other words, not doing any of the things that modern Ukraine is doing.Moreover, there is another criterion that appeared later in the 20th century. It is called ‘jus post bellum’ (rights after war). This means that the world after the war should be better than the world prior to the war. Let’s say a country is not satisfied with the existing status quo and starts a war. For example, in 2003, the Americans said that they were worried about weapons of mass destruction in Iraq. Washington invaded, plunged the enemy into living hell and believed that the result of the war was better than the pre-war conditions. It’s amusing to analyze the wars started by Western countries in the second half of the 20th century based on the ‘jus post bellum’ criterion – you aren’t likely to find one case that fits the West’s own theory of a just war.The answer to how the concept of just war has evolved is that a sort of philosophical fall has taken place. From an independent, philosophical phenomenon, the just war theory has become a servant – not merely of politics, but of the aggressive Western globalist agenda. Today, this theory simply caters to the interests of the collective West. For example, it may be easily applied to Russia’s operation in Ukraine. But we see that the West won’t share our vision.Another important factor is that the just war theory is no longer a philosophical question but a legal one. After all, justice is an ethical criterion, but the just war theory is essentially a ‘legal’ theory of war. If we take the time to read the modern theorists of just war, we will see that they are mostly concerned with legal, not ethical issues. They give the players a set of rules to follow. But these rules can be applied to anything else, even to business. These theorists do not care about the war as such – its moral significance, ethics, metaphysics, or ontology. To my personal grief as a philosopher, they miss all these points.Today, the question of a just war has become the main question of the entire philosophy of war. No one pays attention to the essential characteristics.The attitude towards conflicts as a natural course of events began changing after World War I. This conflict concluded a historical era which we call the modern era. The basic assumptions and dogmas of modernity such as humanism and rationalism collapsed at the time. Man was no longer seen as the pinnacle of civilization but became only a means, and this ‘means’ was sent to die on the battlefields en masse. It became apparent that reason will not lead humanity to a bright future and this in turn led to the collapse of rationalism.As Russian writer Fyodor Dostoevsky said, reason is a scoundrel, it helps humans create concentration camps and machines for killing their own kind on an unprecedented scale.World War II propagated this evil to such an extent that it no longer fit into any ethical system. This is why philosopher Theodor Adorno wonders whether poetry is possible after Auschwitz. Surely, it is physically possible, but the question implies that there is a huge problem of understanding evil in the new reality. After World War II, people were greatly traumatized by the scale of human losses and the scale of evil. That is why wars weren’t formally declared after 1945. In a legal sense, there were no more wars, there were only ‘military operations’, ‘conflicts’, and so on.I believe we are gradually approaching the heated phase of a new global conflict leading to a clash of entire armies, as we are now seeing in Ukraine. Unfortunately, we are turning back to the former definition of war – a war of peoples, a clash of civilizations. Beyond the sluggish hybrid format, it is emerging as a global conflict involving many parties. That’s the direction we’re heading in, and so far I see no prerequisites for turning back.On the one hand, from the latter half of the 20th century, people became more united, they wanted to feel responsible for their common destiny. But on the other hand, what kind of unity are we talking about when already in 1946, UK Prime Minister Winston Churchill declared the Cold War during his Fulton speech.Immediately after the act of Germany’s unconditional surrender was signed, the former allies began planning military actions against the USSR. It’s more appropriate to say that the war never ends, it just takes on new forms.In a sense, however, the Cold War was a period of detente after humanity’s traumatic experience of World War II. This may sound like blasphemy, but during the Cold War, world leaders were seeking more civilized methods of confrontation. Whereas today, these methods no longer work and war is becoming total and all-encompassing. It is primarily a war of ideas. As long as contradicting ideas exist, this war cannot be over.The ontology of combat supposes that as long as there are ideas, wars will go on. If ideas exist, so does conflict. As long as there is a contradiction in the Platonic world of ideas and there are people who are willing to defend their ideas, die, and kill for them, there will be wars. At the end of the 20th century, philosopher Francis Fukuyama believed that humanity was ready to enter into peaceful coexistence since the victory of one idea over another had finally taken place. Only one winner remained, there was no one to fight anymore.Reconciliation is what happens in classic warfare. The war ends with an agreement. I’d like to believe that there is still room for negotiations, but experience shows that the West is simply not up to it today.You know, Carl Schmitt defined such a notion as an “absolute enemy”. This is an enemy with whom you can’t negotiate, since he has only one goal: total annihilation. Not necessarily physical annihilation, but primarily the destruction of self-identity. If it is possible to conclude an agreement with such an enemy, it will be very short-lived and you will soon be deceived. The absolute enemy is not capable of dialogue since he sees no point in it.Today, the West sees no point in negotiating with Russia. Western elites believe that their truth is absolute and nonnegotiable. In a way, this is a unique situation the likes of which we have not seen in human history.This conflict is final and absolute and it has a strong eschatological background.This is a war of ideas and only ideas will win in this war.https://youtu.be/G0apsgUhY7Ehttps://www.youtube.com/embed/G0apsgUhY7EIn looking at the “absolute enemy” the socialist Western colonial powers are really seeking the “total annihilation” and “destruction of self-identity” of in the present existential good versus evil conflict, this report concludes, it bears noticing that socialist Democrat Party leader United States Senator Joe Manchin led a delegation of his fellow lawmakers to Ukraine this week, where he proclaimed: “In my lifetime I have never seen the United States in a more just war”—an actual demonic and untrue proclamation coming at the same time American lawmakers are using the Ukraine conflict distraction to slam on their own peoples the RESTRICT Act, about which it’s revealed: “In an eerie semblance to George Orwell’s ‘1984’, the Restricting the Emergence of Security Threats that Risk Information and Communications Technology Act, or RESTRICT Act, looms as a dark cloud over American liberties…Branded as a mere “TikTok ban”, this act possesses a sweeping reach that would empower the federal government to designate any nation a “foreign adversary”, ban online services and products even indirectly controlled by an entity within their jurisdiction, and severely punish Americans who engage in almost any transaction with them”—and in knowing these true things, it caused world-renowned American social critic John Howard Kunstler to release his open letter “How’s That War Going?” this week, wherein he observes and warns:How’s the war going? Huh? Do you mean the war over in Ukraine? Or the US government’s war against its own people?Well, the first one, the Ukraine War, is mostly destroying Europe — though, apparently, the denizens of Germany, Holland, et al., haven’t figured that out yet. Europe’s industrial economy is toast without affordable Russian natural gas supplies.We turned off their pipeline for that in September and nobody in Europe objected. They just sucked it up and went back to smoking cigarettes at their café tables.A year or so from now, maybe nobody in Europe will have enough money for a cappuccino (or cigarettes) and maybe then they’ll start asking the mental mollusks who run things there some questions — if they don’t just leapfrog all that politesse and burn the joint down.The U.S. Wants the War to ContinueThe main thing about the Ukraine War is that the US doesn’t want it to end. You understand, it is not about any airy-fairy principles such as freedom for Ukraine. It’s about bleeding Russia. no matter how many dead Ukrainians it takes.It traces back to a US official plan to promote a delusional psychosis about Russia after years of using it to propagandize American citizens.Naturally, our folks-in-charge have to justify that antagonism by pretending we have vested interests in Ukraine, which we don’t, by the way.The Propaganda Campaign Is BackfiringSo far, everything we’ve done to promote the conflict has backfired on Western Civ. Most of the rest of the world recognizes that the US has gone insane and they are taking careful steps to decouple from us — mainly to stop using our money for international trade.Really, would you want to have anything to do with a crazy person? No, you’d put as much distances as possible between you and this lunatic and stop even trying to communicate.If the world stops using the dollar in trade, the dollar will lose value, and so will the trillions in US bond paper held by other countries, which said countries will seek to unload as quickly as possible. Can you spell sovereign debt crisis?Look out below…Is It Worth It?Americans, apparently, are not emotionally exercised over the Ukraine War because we don’t have any troops coming home from there in body-bags (not yet, at least).Many have probably noticed that we’ve blown over $100-billion on the project, and, along with the aforementioned debt crisis, that might just plant a seed of resentment as prices in the supermarkets and at the gas pumps shoot up ever more and the mass job layoffs surge, and the repo man comes a’knocking, and more banks wobble.Of course, our Ukraine War project (based on the mind-game Why-Don’t-You-and-Him-Fight?) could end pretty suddenly if, as rumored, Ukraine runs out of cannon fodder and artillery shells (despite all our assistance). And then what?You’re left with “Joe Biden” looking like history’s all-time champeen loser, and watch out in the Taiwan Strait, where the US Pacific Fleet could get transformed into the world’s biggest set of floating ashtrays.You get the picture? Now how about that other war: our government’s war against us?The War Against the PublicWhat canny reporters (Taibbi, Schellenberger) are calling the Censorship Industrial Complex has been pretty well outed. Everybody knows that the FBI, CIA, DHS, and many other agencies, via hijacked social media, have worked tirelessly to confound and bamboozle the public debate about, really, everything that matters.The odd part is that roughly half of America doesn’t seem to care. Of course, that is the same half of the country that has fallen in love with surveillance, censorship, political prosecutions, election monkey business, mandated mRNA shots, and other excursions into bad faith.Their auditors in the mainstream news media actually seem to relish their roles as enforcers of unreality.This degenerate wickedness has been escalating since one Donald Trump stepped onstage years ago. The “Joe Biden” regime affects to have trapped him finally in the lair of Manhattan DA Alvin Bragg. Now the game gets interesting.As to the case itself, a judge with any self-respect would have tossed it in a pre-trial hearing like a six-day-dead carp at the slightest prompting by a defense attorney — based, as it is, on multiple specious novelties of criminal law, not to mention being well beyond the statute of limitations.LawfareIf this stinker can actually get to trial, the prosecution will be a jurisprudential joke for the ages. If they get a Big Apple jury to go along with the joke, it will be short-listed through the appeals process clean up to the Supreme Court in a New York minute.And if that whole thing falls apart like the janky jenga tower it is, there are two other matters against Mr. Trump in the wings — the BS case in Fulton County, Georgia.That’s where the grand jury process was already compromised by a jury fore-person, self-identified as a “witch”, shooting her mouth off to the press; and the operation out of the DC Federal District run by one Special Counsel Jack Smith in the Mar-a-Lago classified papers matter — another loser case, considering all the other high officials currently entangled in similar complaints, as yet unmolested by any official charges.Sound like a plan?A Plan to Foment Civil War?Yes, it sounds like a plan to foment a civil war. Especially considering all the other BS in our country is being subjected to by a bureaucracy-gone-wild, the regime fronting for it, and its legions of mentally ill useful idiots disturbing the peace all over the land.Probably more than half of America realizes that the legal system has been hijacked by the same rogues who infiltrated social media and the state boards of election.They’re getting good and sick of it, along with all the mental twerkery around transgenderism, race hustling, climate change, and Ukraine.I’m sure it means we’re in for a thrilling spring and summer.[Note: Some words and/or phrases appearing in quotes in this report are English language approximations of Russian words/phrases having no exact counterpart.]https://www.bitchute.com/video/dxeNiMrOT1Q3/https://www.bitchute.com/embed/dxeNiMrOT1Q3/https://rumble.com/v2g2osw-uni-party-set-to-annihilate-online-privacy-restrict-act-is-trojan-horse-and.htmlhttps://rumble.com/embed/v2dh9cq/?pub=15u3sxApril 15, 2023 © EU and US all rights reserved. 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