A Contemporary Fantasy Trilogy Dealing Pitting
America the Empire versus America the Republic
Today I want to talk a little about my contemporary fantasy trilogy, Age of Columbia. As mentioned in previous articles, the inspiration behind the trilogy is intertwined with many popular books, movies, and TV series’.
Yet, there is another inspiration, and it’s the American Empire abroad, the Deep State, and its lodge brothers in the arms manufacturing business and oil tycoons. America’s foreign intervention is perhaps the single largest inspiration behind the Age of Columbia.
As mentioned before, Age of Columbia speaks of an arrogant college athlete inadvertently leading an uprising against the empire when their collegiate career is threatened by the empire.
While it’s a vague elevator pitch, it’s relevant in many ways. For one, I wanted to center this around an athlete as sports (and I love sports, don’t get me wrong) are the single largest entity used to distract us from what’s really going on both at home and abroad. Think of all the people who feel they’re fortunate enough to attend sporting events to watch modern-day gladiators on a field, park, court, rink, or pitch compete for glory.
Again, I love sports, but I’ve no interest in watching them most of the time. I’ll follow, but not watch, as there are way more interesting things to watch, such as the expansion of the American military-industrial complex overseas, engaging in such conflicts with enemies which are typically wrongfully accused of criminal activity.
Lies the American Government Told Us
If one takes the lies fed to us back in 2003 which warranted an Iraqi invasion and link it to today’s situation in Syria, a non-interventionist such as myself realizes the alleged chemical attacks in the country are nothing more than a false flag set up for an invasion to be justified by the American people. Back in 2003, the media painted Saddam Hussein as some kind of monster who possessed WMD’s, which was proven false.
The same goes for Assad’s alleged chemical attacks in Syria. Flashback to last week, where President Donald Trump proposed an exit strategy with Syria on the brink of peace talks. It so happens last weekend a chemical attack occurs. Logistically, it makes zero sense, as why would Assad do this right when the US is about to withdraw? It doesn’t hold water.
Add to the fact the US has zero evidence of said chemical attacks and is also refusing to allow an independent investigation to take place, which Syria and ally Russia have agreed to, makes one scratch their head and undermines the credibility of the neoconservatives such as John Bolton, Mike Pompeo, General Mattis, Nikki Haley, Gina Haspel, Lindsay Graham, and Mike Pence. Where is the evidence, and why is the US opposing an investigation?
Relation to Age of Columbia
The Age of Columbia is about an uprising taking place in a land controlled by an American Empire-like enemy I’ve dubbed ‘Southpoint’ as a way of stating such an empire has reached its lowest point in the morality and welfare of the world.
The coalition leading the uprising are reminiscent of the Constitutional Republic the United States was until an era between the Civil War to the Spanish-American War. Colonial America was a huge influence in this work, and a modern-day Colonial America is what is standing up to the Southpoint Empire, symbolizing modern-day America.
Other Influences of US Foreign Intervention
I’ve been studying the Deep State and America’s immoral foreign intervention since 2011, when I was twenty. I’ve made the connection, even to September 11th, 2001, which was nothing more than a retaliation by the Middle East due to US intervention on their soil to fuel their own interests since 1953, beginning with the Iranian coup led by US and British intelligence.
Also, the countries which the US has been involved in since the 1950’s lack a bank owned by the Rothschild Banking Family. The Rothschild allegory also takes place in Age of Columbia, which will be exposed in greater detail as the series progresses and I look to release Book Two three to six months after Book One’s release.
Look at this statistic: In 2000, the following countries didn’t have a Rothschild-owned bank: Afghanistan, Iraq, Sudan, Libya, Cuba, North Korea, and Iran. In the Blackstone Intelligence Network video entitled, Syria-The Terrifying Truth and what is Really Happening, by Jake Morphonios, he outlines these countries lacking a Rothschild-owned bank. In Age of Columbia, I outline the significance of the Columbian Colonies and its relation to Southpoint interests in their lack of a similarly-owned bank.
Morphonios states back in 1997, twenty-plus signatories of the Project for a New American Century (PNAC) signed on to further US intervention in the Middle East, those among them George Bush and Dick Cheney, then-future President and Vice President of the United States. This became the foreign policy agenda for the Bush administration, including President Trump’s National Security Advisor, John Bolton.
PNAC members plotted to overthrow the Iraqi-government as early as January 2001, when Bush took office, in addition to several Middle Eastern nations, led by the CIA in coordinating the effort.
After September 11th, the Pentagon had begun preparations for an invasion into seven countries outlined in the PNAC agreement in 1997. These seven countries were Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya, Sudan, Syria, Lebanon, and Iran. Look at the countries listed in the above paragraphs. Five of the countries listed both here and in the above paragraph were without Rothschild Banks.
Research and the Facts
To us history buffs who write, we tend to use research to motivate our works. Age of Columbia may have been inspired by a few fantasy and sci-fi series’, but the real motivation for my work has been intertwined with years of research regarding war crimes by the American Empire.
Meanwhile, those with libertarian values such as myself value peace, prosperity, and non-intervention as the greatest way to liberate the world. Our research includes figures such as Ron Paul, Austrian Economists, Stefan Molyneux, the Founding Fathers, and men who’ve been written almost out of history like Lysander Spooner.
Much of our research isn’t included in the political prisons we see today that are disguised as public schools, which only serve the state, or in more detail, the Deep State, under a false sense of patriotism called nationalism. In other words, they teach if we don’t support US intervention, we’re not patriotic, and we’re anti-American, and we’re Russian or Middle Eastern apologists, which we should all know the opposite to be true.
As for me, as Patrick Henry once said, “Give me liberty, or give me death.”
Which in reality, is what Age of Columbia is all about.