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A Time for Rational Minds to Prevail
NewsFocus.org, Op-Ed, 011121

Readers of this website know that its content focuses on the connection between government and the upper tiers of uber-wealth, dealing primarily with high crimes that threaten the everyday citizen. We have never held back on pointing out injustice in this world, regardless of political affiliation. Unfortunately the recent chaotic events since the 2020 election, including the January 3 mob insurrection at the US Capitol building, have brought about new attacks on those who cover conspiracy theory. The manufactured term fake news is now levied against any who dare to look outside the lines of mainstream corporate news. Sadly, there are many who do go too far, without properly documenting or substantiating their allegations. Whether or not it was of good intent, it essentially becomes disinformation which can have adverse consequences to those who trust that the information was thoroughly vetted. Depending on the severity of the information presented, the ramifications can be extreme, including encouraging others to take justice into their own hands, oftentimes without a real basis in accurate fact. Well meaning citizens can be incited and steered to action, but perhaps not always for the right reasons.

The one thing we know is that big money rules in this world. It especially rules in politics. Those of uber-wealth care noting about left or right. Their ideology is all about financial gain and power. For centuries these uber-wealthy have profited on both sides of every conflict to face man. It's time for people to start asking themselves whether or not this is happenstance or by engineered design.

With this said, we have noticed many events which appear to lead to and promote division in the US. NewsFocus is already on record about unidentified dark factions from out of state becoming involved in the Minneapolis protests over police misuse of force. While watching the US Capitol attacks unfold on television, it very much appears that similar factions to Minnesota also embedded themselves within the Trump rally, possibly steering it and exploiting it for their own divisive purposes. This most certainly does not account for all those who stormed the Capitol, for there were plenty of red hats and blue flags inside, but there did appear to be an added volatile element, igniting the mix.

NewsFocus has said many times, the powers that be (TPTB) in this world do not give a rat's ass about left or right politics. The Democrat and Republican parties are mere tools for them - implements of control used to divide us. As someone with over 60 years on this earth, it is easy to look back in hindsight and recognize the manipulation and control from a two-party system. The select uber-wealthy of this planet who make up TPTB and give vast financial support to the two-party system are the real inciters of violence and war. And no I am not talking about George Soros or the Koch brothers because the wealth that controls this world is far, far greater than that. Soros and Koch are but minions to those who have the real money to control this planet. Again, the uber-rich profit from both sides in a conflict, thus they have a vested interest in any chaos happening here.

With all of this said, NewsFocus has never promoted nor encouraged disunity or division amongst "we the people." We have always maintained, your enemy is not your neighbor (Democrat or Republican). It's the ultra-wealthy who have stolen the world around you. For the time being, we have taken the front news page down in an effort to encourage all Americans to reconsider the engineered angst that many are feeling for the opposing political party right now, be it Republican or Democrat. The point to remember is this, we are all Americans first. As such, people need to think outside political lines in this crisis. It would appear to some that we are being driven through Hegelian principles and steered like lemmings to the cliff's edge. Once again, this plays into the hands of those who profit immensely from adversity and conflict, with "We the people" becoming the biggest loser.

For the record: This website has never sanctioned violence as the means to regain that which we have lost in this country. Once you resort to violence against a government possessing the vast ability and immense power to do overwhelming harm, you risk losing the moral high ground and becoming labeled as subversive to democracy, or worse yet, you end up dead or in prison, the exact opposite of what many activists hope to accomplish. Your activist cause is thus immediately over. No martyr. No movement.

Given all of this, it would seem apparent that persistent, articulate, peaceful protest has the best chance of enduring the long run and thus provides the best avenue for success.

Above all, the last thing this country needs is a civil war because we will lose everything in such a fight. The UN will be brought in to "save us from ourselves" and we will more than likely be issued an edict to give up our guns, "in the interest of public safety," of course. (IMHO)

Please... we need rational minds to prevail at this moment, rather than those of impetuous extremism who are trying to divide us and instigate another disastrous US civil war.

NewFocus would like to remind all about the warning of our forefathers, who once said... "United we stand, but divided we fall."

Such a simple concept to understand, yet sadly enough can oftentimes be hard to enact.

This is the time for all of us here to be American, not partisan.

For the sake of all, let us hope that "we the people" will recognize and resolve this orchestrated division and choose to remain united.
 


Perhaps in order to survive together, we need to rediscover and focus on the things we all have in common.
 

See also:

Divided We Fall

Election Fraud in the USA?

 


"We the People" Do Not Want, Nor Need This, Again


The only people who suffer in a war are the people. The super-rich who push the wars are protected and they always profit.