By Michael Moriarty
America is in a no-win situation with the 2008 election. Even if she elects what appears to be the strongest moderate among the candidates, Fred Thompson, she will still be pushed down the Progressive Highway by the Bush-Clinton policies of the past 20 years. Roe v. Wade will most definitely not be overturned, no matter who is president, because none of the candidates has even mentioned the constitutional amendment necessary to end the abortion debate forever. Thompson himself has said that he will "not criminalize abortion."
With the United States still so choked with hypocrisy, how can the conditions creating 9/11, and promising more such massacres, have changed? America is even further along than sleeping with terrorist devils, as Bob Baer, former officer at the CIA and author of the book Sleeping With the Devil, might describe her. She has, since Richard Nixon and Henry A. Kissinger, begun a friendship with Communist China that exists into this day, an alliance with Beijing that makes America more and more economically threatened by corporate globalization, by a Wall Street that first follows cheap labour into the Third World and quite secondarily, or thirdly, concerns itself with American standards of living. The United States government has exploited the very terrorism it says it is fighting, while at the same time it has allowed both Red China and Vladimir Putin's Russia to arm terrorists and do so with few objections from Washington.
The governments of the world have an agreement to pressure the human race into a servile status before the United Nations and science. This transformation would appear to be an almost historical inevitability were it not for the pre-Marxist roots of not only free-world government, but most of Western culture. However, now the entire American establishment is obligatorily Marxist and its atheism will prove as odious to Islamics as it does to the Christian right.
There is no possible alliance between pro-life Americans and Islam, even though Muslims are not pro-abortion. However, the progressively Marxist establishment will always have Islamics, Catholics, and some Americans refusing to obey. How long the Progressives can successfully obscure the contentious differences between atheism and theisms remains to be seen. I may not be around to see such an awakening, but freedom's common enemy is Progressive Marxism, or, more precisely defined, Communist Eugenics. That diseased philosophy's self-confidence, at this point in time, carries the day, wins the power prize and controls all images of progress for most free world individuals, certainly for the collegiate generation. Any resistance to the Clintonian directives can cripple one's career.
The frequently Communist control, disguised as organized crime's extortion of American labour unions, is accurately portrayed in the film On The Waterfront. What happens to Marlon Brando as Terry Malloy for speaking the truth about his union was mirrored recently by the horrifying assassination of Alexander Litvinenko for exposing Vladimir Putin and his Neo-Soviet government's formula for creating a war with Chechnya. Since Putin got away with starting his war with Chechnya, President George Bush, Jr. seems to have used the same formula to renew his family's very personal war with Iraq. 9/11 looks increasingly more exploited than unexpected.
The rest of the human race appears to be sitting like a dumfounded audience, unable to protest or even get out of their increasingly imprisoning seats. Meanwhile, the number of abortion clinics expands, the United Nations still does nothing about ethnic cleansings in Africa, and American Progressives seem to have come to power because of these quick cures and shortcuts through the "Population Problem." The warnings of a population problem, global warming and the increasing dominance of science over all other modes of thinking lead common humanity into self-loathing, and, if not complete capitulation to the scientists, at least a profound despair.
Will the human race "shake it off," so to speak? Will the wisdom of its emotions finally confront the reasoning of science and see it for what it is, the scientific community's effort to rule the human race?
Michael Moriarty is a Golden Globe and Emmy Award-winning actor who starred in the landmark television series Law and Order from 1990 to 1994. His recent film and TV credits include The Yellow Wallpaper, 12 Hours to Live, Santa Baby and Deadly Skies. Moriarty is also running for President of the United States in 2008 as a candidate for the Realists Party. To find out more about Moriarty's presidential campaign, contact email@example.com.