BIG HAIRY LINCOLN LOGS No one expects a civil war meme


No one expects a civil war meme

There seems to be a conceptual cosmic relationship with events and the collective
unconscious is responding to them. It seems that in ritual and in ceremony these
concepts and images can be activated in a form that can only be described as magic.
Magic loosely meaning that there is no real explanation for the words that have been
pronounced or the timing of their announcement and the importance of them being
delivered to a captive audience. There are thought forms that drift in the ether and it
seems that their relationships are constantly coming together in a form of causality. Or
it can all be one big coincidence. Right now I am having a bit of déjà vu.

Yesterday was the 150th anniversary of the civil war. While all of the history surrounding
the war is engaging and good for several reruns of civil war documentaries on PBS and
the History channel, there seems to be an all out zeal on the part of the mainstream
media to trigger a meme about revolt and civil war. It appears that the pictures and trips
down the paths of history are ghosts that are haunting us and quite possibly may trigger
something that repeats itself.
Before we write off the possibility of a predictive outcome with civil war zeal, consider
the same overt interest in Pearl Harbor just prior to the attacks on New York and
Washington on September 11th, 2001. There were book tours and speakers on news
programs in the summer of 2001 speaking of the unwarranted attack on the United
States by the Japanese. There were also speculations the President Roosevelt knew
that the attack was going to happen and intentionally put our men in harm’s way to
get us into a war with Germany and Japan. It seemed so out of the ordinary that this
historical event was being reenacted in theaters and memes of conspiracy were being
triggered about an attack on the United States.
A new Robert Redford movie entitled “The Conspirator” was screened in New York.
The movie revisits the assassination of Abraham Lincoln and is based on the true story
of Mary Surratt who was being accused of being part of the conspiracy for Abraham
Lincoln’s assassination. Once again we see a harmless civil war themed film that will
definitely bring in viewers and make an impact on their thinking. What it can also do is
trigger definite memes that could lead to the possibility of a working Tulpa or thought
form regarding civil war, revolution and assassination. It may be a stretch for some to
see this but it is striking me as odd that we are now being shown civil war ghosts and for
what purpose?
As I feverishly connect the dots through history with civil wars and plots of assassination
I have fixated myself on the words of Barack Obama during his in inauguration as
president. Many people have forgotten that Obama used “forced similarities” or “forced
meme” programming about the Civil war and Abraham Lincoln in his speeches and
presentations. Obama modeled himself after Lincoln as a unifying national figure.
Coincidentally they are both from Illinois, They both had their heritage questioned,
they are both looked at as presidents who want to improve race relations, and like
Lincoln, Obama understands the power of presidential oratory. However the Lincoln
comparisons have their drawbacks. They must be understood and many of them have
to be avoided. Many people believe that like Lincoln, Obama may find himself in a
situation that he cannot get out of. Like in Lincoln’s day, civil war and national unrest
are unavoidable as we plunge into a New World Order. If you pay attention, the thought
of civil war in the United States today has already been invoked many times as states
want to leave the Union and revolt.
All we can do now is wait for the moment the war at home begins. It is our future and it
is hidden in the words and speeches of Barack Obama. He constantly has been nailing
into the minds of Americans that we are now preparing to “finish the work of perfecting
our union.” Referring to America as an “unfinished working” or “a union that is about to
be perfected.”
The unfinished working can also be referenced in The Gettysburg address. Lincoln
spoke of the unfinished work that is the United States. That the union will be perfected
by the great Civil War. Obama repeated this charge and has made it his theme. The
United States will change its constitution, its Declaration of Independence and maybe
even its borders.
“What is required is the same perseverance and idealism that our founders displayed,“
What is required is a new declaration of independence, not just in our nation, but
in our own lives. We should never forget that we are the heirs of those early patriots,
ordinary men and women who refused to give up when it all seemed so improbable, and
who somehow believed that they had the power to make the world anew, That is the
spirit that we must reclaim today.” – Barack Hussein Obama
Now, let’s take a look at some chilling facts provided by the website “what does it
mean”. Using communist ideology it is said that the proletariat will always revolt against
a capitalistic system when the economic inequality of a Nation pushes over 50% of
the population into poverty, and which in the United States shows that just 5% of the
population controls 63,5% of all wealth and assets.
In the United States alone, over 44 million people are now reported to be using Food
Stamps to keep themselves from starvation, over one-third are surviving on government
handouts, an estimated 10 million have been thrown out of their homes, over 23% of
these people are paying mortgages on homes whose value is less than what is owed,
and, according to the Federal Reserve, the average American family has lost 23% of
their household wealth since 2007 alone.
Most shocking, however, of the grave statistics being reported about the United States
is its true unemployment rate being nearly 23%, out of which 65 million Americans are
told will never have any hope of getting a job as they have criminal records.
Now it is vital to understand these grim statistics because lying within them is what will
trigger civil war, after all, when a country like the United States, which has a population
of 311 million, has 10 million forced out of their homes, 44 million receiving Food
Stamps, 104 million surviving on government benefits, 71 million unemployed, and 65
million having no hope of finding work, then what you have is a “boiling pot” ready to
explode at the slightest provocation.
Using these statistics can anybody figure out what the future holds? Could it be that
we are holding off on a civil war that will flash out of nowhere or has this been building
for some time? Do you think you will see civil unrest and war within our borders in your

Listen to this Episode

Listen Live on Aftermath FM

Share on facebook
Share on google
Share on twitter
Share on linkedin
Share on pinterest