The Decline Of The American Empire

Now with mascara and foundation

There can be no doubt that the military superiority of the West (and in particular, of the Unites States) is overwhelming and few in Europe – where the press spreads so many lies that one is not even angry anymore – know that the Iraq campaign has been made without moving more than the little finger of the immense US-american war potential.

One is reminded of the Roman Empire and stands in awe in front of such supremacy.

Still, one is reminded of the Roman Empire also for another aspect: that its end could come because of internal weakness and degeneration rather than because of the objective strenght of its adversaries.

Today, a beautiful example of how this country (which many in Europe admire and continue to consider the light of the West) works against itself comes from a new example of judicial activism, a decision of a federal judge in California about the “don’t ask, don’t tell” politics used by the Army. I read here that the judge has decided, against the opinion of the army, that not to allow a soldier to discuss his sexuality is a discrimination, because heterosexual soldiers can discuss it.

To me this has the same logic as to say that as normal people can talk about their love for dogs, people with tendency to bestiality should be allowed to talk about their, ahem, love for dogs. It just doesn’t make sense in any other logic than in the logic of the pervert for whom perversion is normality, and its condemnation “oppression”.

This still extremely powerful country works on its self-destruction. It allows the corrosion of everything which has made it big, piece by piece; from the symbolic advance of Islam to the toleration of so-called same-sex marriages to the ruthless secular mentality of his abortionist “maybe even Christian but no one is so sure anymore”-President to the systematic attack to its Christian values.

It will be interesting, for us European, to see if and how the Army reacts to this in the courts, in Congress and Senate, and by taking influence on the Government. I do not know American politics so well, but I’d be extremely surprised if the Military didn’t dispose of a rather powerful lobby in Washington. I might be wrong, of course.

Still, one thing must be said clearly: it was wrong to allow homosexuals in the first place. This silent toleration was not good from day one, and it is in a sense not bad that its intrinsic absurdity is now exposed.

It is time to wake up to reality, start switching the brains on and reclaim the supremacy of reason and common sense.

Rome was not built on homos.

Mundabor

Posted on September 13, 2010, in Catholicism and tagged , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. The parallel with the Roman Empire is frightening.

    • Contrarily to what many people believe, the Romans were extremely rigid in matter of sexual morality, well into Imperial age, and had always been. Homosexuality cost one’s life for very long, and even in Caesar’s time suspicion of poofdom would be the immediate end of every political aspiration (which is whyhis enemies tried to let him pass for one, the idiots).

      Family values were extremely strong, patriotism developed to the extreme, etc. No Christian society yet of course, but you get my drift.. 😉

      M

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