The Second Declaration of Indepencence

Sunday, May 29, 2011

The End of the Romerican Empire

The End of the Romerican Empire

The Roman Empire lasted for over 1,000 years or more; The American Empire will be lucky to last a fraction of that time.

“The war on drugs drains $40 billion a year from the U.S. treasury. It has destroyed financial privacy, eroded civil liberties, swelled prison populations, made law-abiding Americans into criminals, failed to reduce drug use, and ruined more lives than drugs themselves. The war on drugs should be shut down”. Laurence M. Vance

Everything in Washington is based on money and “The War on Drugs” reigns king and given the high propensity for public officials to succumb to greed, the corruption surrounding drugs grows widespread.

It has been estimated that the banking system has profited well over 80 billion dollars and is well on its way to making the 100 billion mark, in the very near future, by laundering drug money. Is it no damned wonder that we are still fighting this ridiculous war that is destroying our nation and Mexico as well?

“According to economist Robert Higgs, true U.S. defense spending is over $1 trillion dollars a year. The United States spends more on defense than the rest of the world combined. We subsidize the defense of Europe, Japan, and South Korea. We have over 1,000 foreign military bases and station troops in over 150 countries. Much of what passes for defense spending has no recognizable connection to U.S. security. Since maintaining a strong national defense has nothing to do with maintaining a strong offense in every corner of the globe, the U.S. Empire should be shut down”. Laurence M. Vance

Apparently the gigantic profiteering on the drug wars is not enough and we are scattered to every corner of the earth trying to turn non democratic countries into democratic countries while at the same time we are destroying our very own republic.

The problem with either of these wars, that are so profitable to the entrenched leaders and the puppeteers behind the curtain, is that it cost the citizens so dearly. So it would seem that the war on drugs and the rest of the other wars on the planet are really a war on the American citizen as well.

We have finally gotten Bin Laden after nearly 10 years and now it is time to bring home the troops and to start rebuilding our own republic back into the empire that it once was.

If we continue down the road laid out by our administration and we don not get a handle on the corruption in government, we will surely slip away into past and forgotten history as the greatest empire of free people that ever existed who, out of apathy, chose to toss it all away.

Keep your powder dry and stock that larder, hell is marching our way.

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