RAEL’S COMMENT: “American exceptionalism” , ” Nazi superior race”, “Jewish god’s chosen race” , always the same bullshit with always the same results: wars, destruction, colonization ,occupation and genocides. Only when human beings wherever they are born will realize that we are all equals will peace reign on Earth?
Doubtless you have heard more than once the term “American Exceptionalism.” It implies, in short, that we are somehow special, different, superior. We are the “city upon a hill” whose freedoms and accomplishments set us apart. Alexis de Tocqueville coined the phrase midway through the 19th century, and it has enjoyed constant deployment by politicians and pundits ever since, because it lights a warm bulb of self-satisfaction in many bellies … and people feeling good about themselves are easier to convince. Salesmen thrived on this axiom before Babylon’s bricks were laid.
For the sake of comparison, here’s something exceptional: Médecins Sans Frontières. Founded in France, the organization is most commonly known in the US as Doctors Without Borders. Made up of more than 30,000 medical professionals, administrators and logistical experts, this organization provides vital health care in places mired in war and strife: Sudan, Rwanda, Sierra Leone, Sri Lanka, Nigeria, Afghanistan… sadly, the list has included some 70 countries over the intervening years, and does not stop. Military personnel have a saying: “Run to the sound of the guns.” Doctors Without Borders volunteers do exactly the same thing.
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RAEL’S COMMENT: If Saddam Hussein and Muhamar Qaddafi were still in power, nothing like that would have ever happen.The west is paying as these leaders predicted a heavy price for their invasion and occupations.
While the liberal media is working on damage limitation as the fairy dust on its childlike delusions is blown away by the harsh winds of reality in places like Cologne, it is time for European nations to ask themselves whether they believe in their own right to exist.
Just because post-WWII European liberals have been culturally neutered doesn’t mean that the armies of young men pouring in from Arab countries and sub-Saharan Africa have been, too.
The liberals are in denial at the dissonance between their theses and actual reality, and engaged in damage limitation – or simply blaming the victims – to make up the shortfall.
But rape and pillage – such as we have seen across Europe – is what invading armies do. It’s what our invading armies do – why should anyone else’s be different?
The young men themselves understand exactly what’s going on, even if the fools around them do not.
Meanwhile, the poor white Europeans are so afraid of calling a thing by its proper name, it requires second generation immigrants to do it for them.
RAEL’S COMMENT: if a Jewish cemetery was destroyed and desecrated in France all medias of the world would make it headline talking about the “rise of antisemitism” ….but a Christian cemetery in Israel: nobody talk about it.Double standard at its worst!
Unknown assailants have toppled dozens of crosses at a Catholic cemetery in an Israeli town west of Jerusalem.
Dozens of crosses were brought down in a Catholic cemetery, belonging to the Salesian monastery of Beit Jamal, located in the town of Beit Shamesh, about 30 kilometers west of Jerusalem, according to the local Latin Patriarchate.
“Salesian fathers responsible for the monastery in Beit Jamal reported that unknown persons desecrated their monastery’s cemetery,” the patriarchate said on Saturday as quoted by the Times of Israel.
In June 2015 the 1500-year-old Tabgha Church of the Loaves and Fishes on the shores of the Sea of Galilee, was set on fire and suffered extensive damage. A graffiti, saying “False idols will be smashed”, a line from Jewish prayer, was spray-painted on a wall in red.
The church authorities are still waiting for the damage compensation promised by the state. Israeli newspaper Haaretz reported in December.
A month later, two men, described as “Jewish extremists,” were charged with torching the church.
In the same fashion a Greek Orthodox seminary in Jerusalem was set on fire in February. Graffiti saying “Jesus is a son of a whore” was found scribbled on a wall as well.
RAEL’S COMMENT: the “Manifest of destiny”, worst than Mein Kampf, a literary justification for colonization, genocides and imperialism.
In the 19th century, Manifest Destiny was a widely held belief in the United States that American settlers were destined to expand throughout the continent. Historians have for the most part agreed that there are three basic themes to Manifest Destiny:
The special virtues of the American people and their institutions
America’s mission to redeem and remake the west in the image of agrarian America
An irresistible destiny to accomplish this essential duty
Historian Frederick Merk says this concept was born out of “a sense of mission to redeem the Old World by high example … generated by the potentialities of a new earth for building a new heaven”.
Historians have emphasized that “Manifest Destiny” was a contested concept—Democrats endorsed the idea but many prominent Americans (such as Abraham Lincoln, Ulysses S. Grant, and most Whigs) rejected it. Historian Daniel Walker Howe writes, “American imperialism did not represent an American consensus; it provoked bitter dissent within the national polity…. Whigs saw America’s moral mission as one of democratic example rather than one of conquest.”
Newspaper editor John O’Sullivan coined the term Manifest Destiny in 1845 to describe the essence of this mindset, which was a rhetorical tone. It was used by Democrats in the 1840s to justify the war with Mexicoand it was also used to divide half of Oregon with the United Kingdom. But Manifest Destiny always limped along because of its internal limitations and the issue of slavery, says Merk. It never became a national priority. By 1843 John Quincy Adams, originally a major supporter of the concept underlying manifest destiny, had changed his mind and repudiated expansionism because it meant the expansion of slavery in Texas.