American Exceptionalism: “We are the Ruling Race of the World… He [God] has Marked Us as his Chosen People…”


The unbridled arrogance/megalomania of this two-hundred and forty year-old dying-empire is hard to fathom or tolerate. As much of a menace as the U.S. Corporation is today, it is still only the new-kid on the block, relatively speaking. And yet, one would think, after reading the following quotes, that this government/country had been around since the beginning of time:

“We are the ruling race of the world. . . . We will not renounce our part in the mission of our race, trustee, under God, of the civilization of the world. . . . He has marked us as his chosen people. . . . He has made us adept in government that we may administer government among savage and senile peoples.” : Sen. Alfred Beveridge

Here we go again, with more of “the chosen people” bullshit. Let’s see now, Americans are “the chosen”, all three-thousand plus factions (denominations) of Christendom are “the chosen”, the Jews are “the chosen”, the Zionist elite-swine are “the chosen”, and the Muslims are “the chosen”. What the FUCK?!

Will the real “chosen people” please stand up, and then blow their fucking brains out!

It is this sick, twisted notion of “the chosen”, or “the superior” (Darwinian faith-based eugenics), that is, and has been, destroying humanity and this planet for ages now. If any one of us human beings are “the chosen”, then the entity that created us, whether Jesus, Allah, Yahweh or Natural Selection, is a sick and twisted son of a bitch. There are no “chosen”, there are only inbred, megalomaniacal psychopaths who are always seeking to rule the world. “Dr Evil” is alive and well, as he always has been.

“I firmly believe that when any territory outside the present territorial limits of the United States becomes necessary for our defense or essential for our commercial development, we ought to lose no time in acquiring it.” : Sen. Orville Platt of Connecticut 1894.

Here we have it again, this sick twisted arrogance and megalomania: “America is the reason for this planet existing, so to hell with all the other peoples on earth. If we choose to wage war on these peoples and take away their countries and resources, then this is our right, our duty, as the chosen of God!”

“If the people are not convinced (that the Free World is in mortal danger) it would be impossible for Congress to vote the vast sums now being spent to avert danger. With the support of public opinion, as marshalled by the press, we are off to a good start. It is our Job – yours and mine — to keep our people convinced that the only way to keep disaster away from our shores is to build up America’s might.” — Charles Wilson, Chairman of the Board of General Electric and Truman appointee to head the Office of Defence Mobilization, in a speech to the Newspaper Publishers Association, 1950

This last quote speaks for itself, if that is, you still have a functioning mind of your own?

This is why the U.S. of A. has been at war for 222 years out of its 240 year existence. Disease, human misery/suffering, famine, war, destruction and death/genocide are the only products the U.S. of A. has ever had to offer the rest of the world’s peoples!

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For anyone who might be interested, who might still care about others, here is what this “exceptional, chosen of god” status is responsible for. And these two articles are just the tiniest tip of a gargantuan iceberg:

1) UN: ‘People will starve to death’ as world faces largest humanitarian crisis since WWII

The world is facing the largest humanitarian crisis since 1945, the end of the World War II, the UN’s humanitarian chief said, adding that without a collective effort, people in conflict-stricken countries will “starve to death” or “die from diseases.”

“We stand at a critical point in history. Already at the beginning of the year we are facing the largest humanitarian crisis since the creation of the United Nations [1945],” Stephen O’Brien, Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs and Emergency Relief Coordinator, said.

According to O’Brien, more than 20 million people in four countries that he visited – Yemen, South Sudan, Somalia, and Nigeria – “face starvation and famine.”

He noted that all of these countries have one thing in common: conflict.

“This means we – you – have the possibility to prevent – and end – further misery and suffering,” he added.

“Without collective and coordinated global efforts, people will simply starve to death. Many more will suffer and die from disease. Children stunted and out of school. Livelihoods, futures and hope will be lost,” he said.

If the situation doesn’t change, he warned that many people “will be displaced and will continue to move in search for survival, creating ever more instability across entire regions.”

The Yemeni people now “face the specter of famine,” as their country is suffering from “the largest humanitarian crisis in the world,” according to the UN official.

He noted that two thirds of Yemen’s population – around 19 million people – need assistance, while “more than 7 million are hungry and do not know where their next meal will come from.”

The UN humanitarian chief said that, when he visited the country, he saw “first-hand the effects” of the crisis – “malnourishment, hunger and squalid living conditions in destroyed schools, unfinished apartments and wet, concrete basements.”

He stated that only a political solution will “ultimately end human suffering and bring stability to the region.”

The situation in South Sudan is life-threatening, he said, adding that more than one million children are “acutely malnourished,” including 270,000 children who “face the imminent risk of death.”

O’Brien’s third visit was to another country in humanitarian crisis – Somalia, where women and children “walk for weeks in search of food and water.”

“For all [these] crises… an immediate injection of funds plus safe and unimpeded access are required to enable partners to avert a catastrophe; otherwise, many people will predictably die from hunger, livelihoods will be lost, and political gains that have been hard-won over the last few years will be reversed,” he warned.

To counter the humanitarian challenges in the impoverished states, the UN needs $4.4 billion by July, “and that’s a detailed cost, not a negotiating number,” he stressed.

UN: ‘People will starve to death’ as world faces largest humanitarian crisis since WWII — RT News

2) ‘Bomb the Sh*t Out Of Them!’ – Trump Drones Yemen More in One Week Than Obama in a Year

By Daniel McAdams

March 10, 2017 “Information Clearing House” – Undeterred by the disastrous commando raid on Yemen in the first days of his Administration, where plenty of civilians were killed but the target got away, President Donald Trump has escalated US military involvement in the tragic Yemen conflict to an unprecedented level. In fact as Foreign Policy reports, the US President has bombed Yemen more in the past week than President Obama (no peacenik) has bombed in a year.

But although the US escalation in Yemen is sold back home as another aggressive front in the war against al-Qaeda, in fact US operations in Yemen are actually helping al-Qaeda as well as its chief sponsor, Saudi Arabia.

The problem is that because his advisors are increasingly drawn from the neocon camp, the advice he is given is filtered through the “noble lie” that the neocons view as the central tenet of their faith. Thus even though the main enemies of al-Qaeda in Yemen are the Houthis, because Trump has been sold the neocon lie that the Houthis are Iranian proxies Trump is droning Yemen back to the stone age to the advantage of al-Qaeda and Saudi Arabia, who are on the same side…

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