First off, let’s get one thing out of the way: I love America.
What I do not love is the illegitimate globalist regime that is currently running America. The world has never seen a more evil, destructive, anti-White government. America makes J-Weimar look like child’s play with its constant, ruthless attack on decent White citizens. It is hard to put a starting date on the infiltration and subversion; our mortal enemies played the long game – we were incredibly naïve – and these lizards marched slowly through every one of the institutions our ancestors built for themselves and their posterity. It’s too much to summarize here, but the main character in my best-selling novel Dogs of the Oligarchs investigated many of the concrete, provable actions taken by infiltrators to subvert a once-great American Christian nation and convert it into today’s Woke, globalist hell-hole.
I am re-reading Steven Pressfield’s excellent novel Tides of War and this quote at the very beginning of the book hit me like a fast ball between the eyes.
Thousands of years and miles may have separated us, but I know exactly how General Alcibiades felt.
“The worst enemies of Athens are not those who like you have only harmed her in war, but those who have forced her friends to turn against her. The Athens I love is not the one who is wronging me now but that one I used to have secure enjoyment of my rights as a citizen. That country that I am attacking does not seem to be mine any longer, it is rather that I am trying to recover a country that has ceased to be mine. And the man who really loves his country is not the one who refuses to attack it when he has been unjustly driven from it, but the man whose desire for it is so strong that he will shrink from nothing in his efforts to get back there again.”
-Alcibiades Addressing the Spartan Assembly in Thucydides History of the Peloponnesian War