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From: Paul Andrew Mitchell [address in tool bar]
Subject: SLS: "The Price of Losing" (fwd)

>The Price of Losing
>By William P. Hoar
>"We shall have a world government, whether or not we like it, "declared
>international banker James P. Warburg (CFR) in testimony before the Senate
>Foreign Relations Committee in 1950. "The question is only whether world
>government will be achieved by consent or by conquest." In 1994, Shridath
>Ramphal, co-chairnian of the Commission on Global Governance, proudly
>declared that the era of world government had already begun, "because there
>are no sanctuaries left there's no place to run to."
>"More Lethal Than War"
>What would be the consequences if the world government sought by Insiders
>like Warburg and Ramphal caine to pass? Terror and oppression without
>precedent, warns Professor R.J. Rummel of the University of Hawaii, a
>renowned expert on "democide" - the systematic mass-murder by governments. In
>this century, warns Rummel, "government has been truly a mass murderer, a
>global plague of man's own making." Where "absolute Power reigns," Rummel
>observes, government is more lethal than war: ... even without the excuse of
>combat, Power also massacres in cold blood those helpless people it controls
>-- in fact, several times more of them."
>In George Orwell's novel 1984, Big Brother's agent O'Brien explains to his
>victim Winston Smith that "the Party seeks power entirely for its own sake.
>We are not interested in the good of others; we are interested solely in
>power.... One does not establish a dictatorship in order to safeguard a
>revolution; one makes a revolution in order to establish a dictatorship. The
>object of persecution is persecution. The object of torture is torture. The
>object of power is power." Orwell's fiction was a mirror of Soviet reality:
>Lenin explained that "the scientific concept of dictatorship means nothing
>else but this: power without limit. resting directly upon force, restrained
>by no laws, absolutely unrestricted by rules."
>History tells us what life was like when the communists, or their national
>socialist cousins, or their forebears in the French Revolution, took control.
>Can the mind fathom what might happen if such dominion were global? Could we
>expect to fare better than those who lost their liberty to communist
>totalitarians - especially when the communist menace was nurtured and
>sustained by the West?
>In "Death by Government", Professor Rummel estimates those murdered at the
>hands of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union over six decades at nearly
>62 million human beings. That is, as Rummel puts it, more than four times the
>battle dead for all nations during the Second World War.
>In The God of the Machine, Isabel Paterson recalls: "The Communist regime in
>Russia gained power by promising the peasants land, in terms the promisers
>knew to be a lie. Having gained power, the Communists took from the peasants
>the land they already owned and exterminated those who resisted. This was
>done by plan and intention; and the lie was praised as 'social engineering'
>by socialist admirers in America...."
>Soviet "social engineering" included such grotesque campaigns as the forced
>collectivization and man-made "terror-famine" in the Ukraine, which resulted
>in at least seven million deaths. At the root of this atrocity was the denial
>of basic property rights: Starving subjects were imprisoned for harvesting
>food from what had been their own land. In "Harvest of Sorrow", Robert
>Conquest writes: "A woman was sentenced to ten years for cutting a hundred
>ears of ripening corn, from her own plot, two weeks after her husband	had
>died of starvation.... Another woman was sentenced to ten years for picking
>ten onions from collective land.  A Soviet scholar quotes a sentence of ten
>years forced labour without the right to amnesty, and confiscation of all
>property, for gathering seventy pounds of wheat stalk to feed the family."
>Mass Murder in Red China
>Mao Tse-tung' s campaign to create a "New Man" in Communist China caused, at
>the very least, more than 35 million deaths, according to Professor Rummel.
>While this figure is the most modest scholarly estimate, it represents the
>killing of approximately one of every 20 men, women, and children. Mao was
>nearly whimsical about his murderous policies, telling his Communist Party
>cadre in 1958: "What's so unusual about Emperor Shih Huang of the Chin
>Dynasty? He had buried alive 460 scholars, but we have buried alive 46,000
>scholars .... We are 100 times ahead of the Emperor Shih .... in repression
>of counter-revolutionary scholars."
>Where early Red Chinese efforts focused on collectivizing property and
>reconstructing the family, the Cultural Revolution was a campaign against
>"thoughtcrime." As Paul Johnson writes in Modern Times, the Cultural
>Revolution "was a revolution of illiterates and semiliterates against
>intellectuals, the 'spectacle-wearers' as they were called. It was
>xenophobic, aimed at those who 'think the moon is rounder abroad.' The Red
>Guards had a great deal in common with [Nazi leader Ernst] Roehm's
>Brownshirts, and the entire movement with Hitler's campaign against
>cosmopolitan civilization.' It was the greatest witch-hunt in history...."
>But globalist-minded Insiders in the West never lost their enthusiasm for
>Cornmunist China. "Whatever the price of the Chinese Revolution, it has
>obviously succeded," enthused David Rockefeller in 1973. "The social
>experiment in China under Chairman Mao's leadership is one of the most
>important and successful in human history." Even today, under a suppo',edly
>"moderate" regime, the tortures continue in China: Forced abortions,
>infanticide and sterilization; religious persecution; and repressive labor
>camps which produce cheap goods sold to the West, including the U.S., where
>our government abets the regime in power.
>French RevoIution: A Pattern
>Soviet and Maoist abominations have been cloned elsewhere: Vietnam, Cambodia.
>North Korea, throughout Africa, Eastern and Central Europe, Cuba, and Central
>and South America.
>In Romania, dictator Nicolae Ceausescu long enjoyed Washington's favors.
>Former U.S. Ambassador to Romania David Funderburk has described how
>Ceausesco oversaw everything from how far apart corn rows should be planted,
>to the execution "of workers and peasants for stealing meat from packing
>plants and grains of wheat from local cooperative farms, the pulling of plugs
>in hospitals killing babies in incubators for energy-saving reasons, and the
>crackdown on religious figures .....  
>Castro's war against the Cuban people is vividly related in the harrowing
>account of Armando Valladares, who spent 22 years in the Cuban gulag.
>Valladares recalls the brave patriots who were gagged before execution to
>muffle their shouts of "Long live Christ the King! Down with Communism!"
>Valladares recounts "baths" of feces and urine, and recalls merciless
>beatings by jailers using truncheons, electrical cables, and bayonets. In
>"Against All Hope", Valladares observes that when the guards saw what terror
>they inspired, it "spurred them to greater and greater violence. They were
>drunk with it, it became a means of pleasure for them."
>Such has been the course of power-intoxicated utopians since the French
>Revolution, the progenitor of all modern totalitarian regimes. The
>revolutionaries in France sought to remake society entirely a new calendar,
>new money, the banning of private schools and the creation of a centralized,
>secular school system, government regulation of the Church, and much more.
>First, though, came destruction.
>Barbarism was both systematic and commonplace during the French Revolution.
>Consider accounts from one history:
>"A murderer played the violin beside the corpses, and thieves, with their
>pockets full of gold, hanged other thieves on the banisters." Still worse
>horrors took place that cannot be written, nameless indecencies, hideous
>debaucheries, ghastly mutilations of the dead, and again, as after the siege
>of the Bastille, cannibal orgies. Before great fires, hastily kindled in the
>apartment, "cutlets of Swiss [Guards]" were grilled and eaten...."
>The revolutionaries vented their murderous furies most memorably in La
>Vendee, a region of France inhabited by devout traditional Christians who
>opposed the new order. Historian John Wilson recalls that 250,000 people were
>liquidated in the Vendee between 1793 and 1799. General Westermana, who
>presided over the campaign, proudly informed the revolutionary government
>that the Vendee' s "women and children ... died under our sabers.... As you
>ordered, the children were trampled to death by our horses, the women
>butchered so that they no longer give birth to little brigands. The streets
>are littered with corpses which sometimes are stacked in pyramids."
>Terror by Design
>Anarchist Prince Kropotkin acknowledged in 1909 that "the French Revolution
>... was the source of all the present communist, anarchist, and socialist
>conceptions." Indeed, Nazi propagandist Josef Goebbels, who maintained that
>bloodyhanded National Socialism was an "authoritarian democracy," stated
>without equivocation that he "paid homage to the French Revolution for all
>the possibilities of life and development which it had brought to the people.
>In this sense, if you like, I am a democrat."
>The French Revolution was the ancestor of all modern experiments in
>terror-by-design: The atrocities committed by Lenin, Stalin, Mao, Hitler,
>Castro, Ceausescu, and the rest were planned, not incidental. The same was
>true of the French Revolution, as Lord Acton observed in his Lectures on the
>French Revolution: "The appalling thing in the French Revolution is not the
>tumult, but the design. Through all the fire and smoke we perceive the
>evidence of calculating organization. The managers remain studiously
>concealed and masked; but there is no doubt about their presence from the
>The same is true of the modern drive for total power under a new world order:
>It is the product of "calculated organization" by "studiously concealed and
>masked" figures whose actions we can identify through the fire and smoke of
>Those who would rule the world have a large appetite indeed. Similar
>proclivities were commented on by the torturer in 1984, who gloried to his
>victim about the "intoxication of power, constantly increasing and constantly
>growing subtler. Always, at every moment, there will be the thrill of
>victory, the sensation of trampling on an enemy who is helpless. If you want
>a picture of the future, imagine a boot stamping on a human face forever."
>A view from another post - another person ..........
>Do Americans really know what's going on, and just to apathic to care? Is it
>easier to say that the alarm sounders (patriots) are conspiracy nuts?
>That way they don't have to accept reality and maybe leave their TV's,
>Popcorn, ballgames and beer? They might get mad when they lose those ....
>but, hell, it's too late then. I don't think they wanna know. This grand
>country was established by patriots that were willing to give every last drop
>of their blood to fight tyranny. 
>Well, folks,while the lights are dazzling and the market soring, down in the
>pit, the orchestra is tunning up. Behind the curtain, a group of men is
>preparing to bounce on stage and perform the ultimate tragic act to murder
>and enslave all mankind.But I tell you this ..... If ya wanna know what the
>world is gonna be like...picture this:  A
>jack boot stompimg on the face of man forever!! ###
>Yet another view.............
>>>     I had a dream the other night, 
>>>I did not understand.
>>>     There was a figure walking through
>>>the mist with a flintlock in his hand.
>>>     His clothes were torn and tattered,
>>>as he stood there by my bed.  He took
>>>off his three cornered hat, and speaking
>>>low, he said:
>>>     "We fought a revolution to secure
>>>our liberty, and we wrote the constitution
>>>as a shield from tyranny.    
>>>     For our future generations, this   
>>>legacy we gave, in this the land of the
>>>free, and home of the brave.  The
>>>freedom we secured for you, we hoped
>>>you'd always keep.
>>>     But tyrants labored endlessly while
>>>your parents were asleep.  Your freedom
>>>gone, your courage lost, you're no more
>>>than a slave in this land of the free and
>>>home of the brave.
>>>     You buy "permits" to travel, and 
>>>"permits" to own a gun, "permits" to start
>>>a business, and "permits" to build a home.
>>>     You live on land you believe to be
>>>your own, but you pay a yearly rent, 
>>>just to keep a home.  Your children attend
>>>a school that doesn't educate, and your
>>>moral values can't be taught, according
>>>to the state.
>>>     You read about news in a very biased
>>>press, and you pay a tax you do not
>>>owe to please the IRS.  Your money is
>>>no longer made of silver or of gold; you
>>>have traded your wealth for paper, so
>>>your life can be controlled.
>>>     You are just a number, there's no
>>>family honor that you hold.  You've given
>>>government control, to those who do
>>>you harm, as they padlock your businesses
>>>and steal the family farm.
>>>     Can you regain the freedom for which
>>>we fought and died?  Or don't you have
>>>the courage, or the faith to stand with
>>>pride?  Just what would you fight to save?
>>>Aren't you sick of being just a government
>>>     Sons of the Republic, arise and take
>>>a stand! Defend our Constitution, the
>>>supreme law of the land.
>>>     Preserve our great republic, and
>>>each God given right!  And pray to God
>>>to keep the torch of freedom burning
>>>     As I awoke he vanished in a mist
>>>from whence he came.  His words
>>>were true, we are not free, and we have
>>>ourselves to blame.
>>>     For even now as tyrants trample our
>>>God given rights, we only stand and
>>>tremble, too afraid to stand and fight.
>>>     If he stood by your bedside in a
>>>dream while you were asleep, and asked
>>>you what had happened to the rights 
>>>he died to keep, What would be your
>>>answer if he called out from the grave?
>>>"Is This Still The Land Of The Free And
>>>The Home Of The Brave?"
>>>The End.

Paul Andrew Mitchell                 : Counselor at Law, federal witness
B.A., Political Science, UCLA;  M.S., Public Administration, U.C. Irvine

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