Americas LOST Generations

As millions of Americans scratch their heads trying to make sense of anything they see going on in America today, the answer may be easier than they think. Truth will set us free, but no one said it would be fun or politically correct. To be very clear, when I say “lost,” I mean unsalvageable.

America is more ideologically divided than at any point in history and the two opposing ideologies are entrenched in their positions, unable to change or even communicate with each other. Contrary to popular theory, facts are not subjective. But the facts also have very little to do with individual ideological beliefs.

It is undeniable that at all times in history, the state of our government is a mirror image of the country at large. But it is a mirror image of those born 25-50 years earlier, the group in political and private power at any given time. Generational datelines can shift slightly one direction or another, but the datelines offered here are as close to reality as it gets.


The End of the Syria War Is Now in Sight

Qatari, Saudi and Turkish proxy forces, directed by the CIA, have waged a six year long war against Syria and its people. With Qatar and Turkey now in opposition to the Saudis and their U.S. allies, the gang that attacked Syria is falling apart. The Islamic State is shrinking fast and nearly defeated. The U.S. attempt to gain ground in the south has been stopped. Unless the U.S. changes tact and starts a large scale attack on Syria with its own army forces the war on Syria is over. Many areas still need to be recovered by Syrian forces. Terrorist attacks within the country will continue for several years. The wounds will take decades to heal. Negotiations will have to be held over areas in the north now under Turkish or U.S. (proxy) control. Further settlements will have to be reached. But the large scale strategic war against Syria has for now ended.




Hegelian Dialectic

The Hegelian Dialectic is a tool used by governments and various change agents to influence public thinking and bring about a desired change. Simply put, a problem is artificially created. This problem draws out a pre-determined response. The response is then used to produce the desired solution.

Almost all major events in history employ the Hegelian Dialectic of: Problem – manufacture a crisis or take advantage of one already in place in order to get the desired Reaction of public outcry whereby the public demands a Solution which has been predetermined from the beginning.