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My First Book’s Greatest Hits: BEST Themes from Northern Knights

War, Fighting the Quest for Empire, and Globalism

Today, I want to share with you all my first book’s greatest hits. Such hits include my best themes from Northern Knights. Now, if you’re an apologist to the current globalist system we see today in America, you might want to find a safe space. You aren’t going to like what I have in mind.

 

Right, so as you all know by now, my first full-length work, Northern Knights has been out on Amazon (blah) a little over a month with Book Two, Swords of Destiny, set to be released on Halloween. How’s that for a trick or treat?

 
Without further ado, I’d like to share some of my most memorable themes from Northern Knights, which makes the book, as I state it, a Manifesto for a Libertarian Revolution. One day, when I update the cover and release the second edition, the above statement might be its new subtitle over a new adult urban fantasy. One of a few ideas I have for the work.

 

Themes

The greatest theme in this work its insistence on liberty over tyranny. Far too often we’ve seen the United States dive deeper into security to the point to where it’s demanded. Twitter purge, anyone? We see this with gun laws, censorship, arming and militarizing the police, and willingness to give up civil liberties if it means fighting terrorists.

 
What have we gotten?

 
Unnecessary spying via the NSA and CIA. We’ve seen the FBI stage huge busts for good publicity (I want to link a few articles here because this sounds unbelievable until you read reputable sources). We’ve seen the TSA engage in immoral actions like forcing attractive women to walk through a scanner multiple times, mothers drink their own breast milk, and even subject a three-year-old wheelchair-bound girl to an invasive pat-down after seizing her beloved stuffed lamb.

 
Let’s just say the TSA’s lucky I’m not that girl’s father; at minimum, I’d have put that agent into a coma. You don’t commit such acts on a wheelchair-bound three-year-old.

 
My disdain for law enforcement shows early and often. Many ask why I’m not a fan of the police, and my answer is simple: A monopolized executive force is the greatest threat to liberty. Look through the pages of history and give me a single time a police force refused to enforce unjust laws. When has a good cop ever called out and arrested a bad cop? In a recent article, I shared shocking statistics regarding police.

 
Am I saying all cops act this way?

 
I watched a video last week that stated many of these people want to do good in their communities and they have impulses and feelings like any human.

 
I agree, but at the same time these people a) subjected themselves to a government monopoly, b) subjected themselves to a government monopoly funded by taxpayers, c) subjected themselves to a government monopoly funded by taxpayers at gunpoint, and d) are engaging in an institution where they’ll be citing and charging taxpayers extra for violating petty laws like failing to wear a seatbelt (which should be an individual choice), or driving a mile or two over the speed limit, or in today’s world, standing in one location for too long.

 
Ending the quest for empire. If there’s one thing that annoys me like none other, it’s the lie the military is overseas fighting to spread freedom while defending our freedom.
Okay, riddle me this.

 

Did You Know…

1. The US sells weaponry to Saudi Arabia, the country with the worst human rights record in the Middle East, to use on poor nations like Yemen?

 

Link: https://theintercept.com/2018/05/11/american-saudi-arabia-weapons-deal-yemen-uae/

 
2. The CIA has interfered in at least 80 elections since its inception? (Link at the bottom)

 
3. Saddam Hussein was a CIA Asset whose political party rose to power the same time George H.W. Bush was CIA Director?

 

Links: https://foreignpolicy.com/2013/08/26/exclusive-cia-files-prove-america-helped-saddam-as-he-gassed-iran/. http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/article2849.htm

 
4. The Project for a New American Century outlined a Middle Eastern invasion in 1997?

 

Link: http://www.oldamericancentury.org/pnac.htm Full Document: http://www.newamericancentury.org/RebuildingAmericasDefenses.pdf

 
5. The US is trying to convince the rest of NATO of a false threat in Europe?

 

Link: https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-07-10/pay-you-nato-deadbeatsor-else

 
6. BBC reported three towers fell on 9/11 before Tower 7 fell?

 

Link: http://www1.ae911truth.org/faqs/682-how-did-they-know-examining-the-foreknowledge-of-building-7s-destruction.html

 
7. The girl who delivered testimony regarding Saddam Hussein’s human rights violations in 1990 was actually the daughter of the Kuwaiti Ambassador to the United States?

 

Link: http://www.whatreallyhappened.com/WRHARTICLES/incubatorlie.html

 
8. Every war that involved the US since 1917 were all based on lies?

 

Link: https://myfreedomflame.com/2018/09/07/the-truth-about-american-interventionism/

 
9. The real reason for being in Syria is to build an oil pipeline designed to cut off Russian and Iranian oil exports into Europe?

 

Link: https://www.mintpressnews.com/migrant-crisis-syria-war-fueled-by-competing-gas-pipelines/209294/

 
10. That the US Government funds research for irrelevant topics like whether or not Neil Armstrong stated, “one small step for man” or “one small step for a man,” using funds meant to go toward autism research?

 

Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X_rsRFr6kRc

 
So, I don’t know about you, but the free capital of the world has a spotty track record if the above is what they love to do.

 

Entertain to Inform

Now, unless you’re a die-hard history buff who loves alternative viewpoints such as I, I’m sure you’re not going to research every bit of information I post.

 
It’s where Northern Knights comes in.

 
I tend to take real-life issues, events, and conspiracies, and place them into my work.

 

 

Though Northern Knights takes place in a fictional world, I talk about the following not just in it, but in my future books, too.

 
1. We already covered my disdain for law enforcement and quest for empire.

 
2. Failures of the public education system.

 
3. Globalism, mainly via the Rothschild network.

 
4. Central banking.

 
5. Illuminati.

 
6. Shadow Governments.

 
7. Martial Law.

 
8. Fiat currency.

 
9. Propaganda.

 
10. Cult of Personality.

 
There are more, but the main ten listed here are recurring issues not only in Northern Knights, but also in Swords of Destiny and Book Three. These are also issues I see today. I mean, how often have we seen Donald Trump supporters come out in full support of their President regardless of what he says? These people want him shutting down media outlets.

 
The public education system not only teaches truth comes from authority, but those who recite such truths are rewarded. Those who question are punished.

 
Rothschild network and globalism. Follow the money, as much leads back to the Rothschilds. I love pointing to Genie Energy here.

 
Central banking has failed the US. The dollar continues to inflate. Boom and bust cycles are common. Depression and recession occur often.

 
Illuminati and Shadow Governments, the small minority of unelected officials making decisions for our politicians.

 
Martial Law, which involves a military-based government and suspense of ordinary laws. This one is seen early and often throughout the work. Columbia is technically in peacetime and the standing army is everywhere curtailing these peoples’ rights.
I covered fiat currency with central banking.

 
Propaganda is also seen early, very early, in Northern Knights. A massive example, and it’s seen regularly throughout the whole series, even on Book Four, which I’m writing a nice skeleton draft (the draft before the rough draft).

 
Cult of personality, where I show several instances of Loyalists, as I call them, following every order, to a T, for their leaders. They treat such leaders like gods and never dare to speak ill of them, and anyone who does, or even questions their motives, are sentenced to a state of woe I wouldn’t wish on my worst enemy, which is revealed in later books.

 

Links:

FBI: https://www.naturalnews.com/035757_FBI_terror_plots_false_flag.html
FBI: https://theintercept.com/2015/02/26/fbi-manufacture-plots-terrorism-isis-grave-threats/
TSA: https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-06-18/ron-paul-asks-why-cant-we-sue-tsa-assault
CIA Election Meddling: https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-03-04/us-meddling-foreign-elections-cia-tradition-1948
NSA Spying: https://www.aclu.org/other/nsa-spying-americans-illegal
Article on Northern Knights as Libertarian Manifesto: https://myfreedomflame.com/2018/09/08/lord-of-columbia-manifesto-for-a-libertarian-revolution/
Police Brutality Statistics: https://vittana.org/42-shocking-police-brutality-statistics
On Hating Police: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GbP1UmYOIe4

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Lord of Columbia: Manifesto for A Libertarian Revolution

Anti-Police, Anti-State, Pro-Liberty: My Anti-Police Message

Lord of Columbia is the series name and Libertarian Revolution is the manifesto. Northern Knights is the first book in the series and yes, it’s an entertaining read. Not just because I wrote it, but because those who read it before publication (beta-readers) found it entertaining in a genre they never read with a philosophy they disagreed with.

 
Or thought they disagreed with.

 

What’s the philosophy?

 

Anti-police, anti-state, pro-liberty. More than anything, Northern Knights carries an anti-police message, that a government-funded monopoly enforcing unjust laws at gunpoint cannot exist in a free society.

 
Yes, Northern Knights and any future book in the Lord of Columbia Series is going to spark controversy for whoever reads it. Northern Knights will burn bridges, long-held bridges. Northern Knights will cause open-minded people to think different, the closed-minded to shutter, and the weak-minded to anger.

 
Who would love the book and the series?

 
1) Those who believe in the Libertarian mindset.

 
2) Harry Potter fans, as Harry Potter was my primary inspiration for writing the work. Hey, J.K. Rowling turned me into a Libertarian, without realizing it, of course.

 
3) Anyone who can’t stand the police or a police state. I’m not talking about dystopia, but anyone fearing totalitarianism will learn more of the dangers of totalitarianism in the work.

 
4) Anyone who loves a good new adult read in an urban fantasy setting, if they’re okay with what’s listed above.

 

 

For avid readers who aren’t politically inclined, you might want to stop reading here! Feel free to read on, however.

 

Combatting the Police

From an early age, I’ve questioned the role police play in our society. I always asked how can a monopolized government force, whose paychecks we pay for be compatible with a free society?

 
It can’t.

 
Does it mean there isn’t a role for police?

 
I never said that.

 
Is there a role for a government-funded monopoly claiming to “serve and protect” the masses when the same masses being served and protected are the ones forced to pay the protection at gunpoint?

 
It’s either pay us to serve and protect you or we’ll take you to jail.

 
Not a single citizen has a choice. This isn’t serving and protecting. This is force.

 
Once again, is this compatible with a free society?

 
My answer is no, especially when we’ve seen countless videos and heard countless stories of:

 
1. Police shooting unarmed suspects.

 
2. Police barging into a house, holding resident at gunpoint, and in some cases, children, while beating family members to the ground.

 
3. Police gaining thousands of pages of data. Yes, it’s usually a higher organization like the NSA, but police know who you are the second they screen your license plate.

 
4. Police beating individuals who are held in custody, or, police beating individuals suspected of wrongdoing, even if no wrongdoing had taken place.

 

It’s where the anti-police message comes in and I don’t care whose bridges I burn, I will not stop until the police force is held accountable, that is a truth and a duty to liberty.

 

Stockholm Syndrome

Do I believe more and more Americans, especially those in the conservative crowd, are experiencing Stockholm Syndrome?

 
You bet.

 
They claim we need police to protect our liberties, much like the military, whom they claim defends liberty.

 

And here’s where my anti-state mantra falls into play. See, the more statism we see in society, the fewer the civil liberties, the greater the welfare state, the greater the warfare state, the greater the national poverty level.

 
Riddle me this:

 
1. How does a military protect anyone’s liberty by going on the offensive? This doesn’t even make sense!

 
2. How does a monopoly who are paid with your tax dollars by force to enforce laws to protect and defend freedom? Half of which are victimless crimes like going a mile or two over the speed limit or driving without a seatbelt. Or better yet, marijuana possession. But we’re forced to pay them at gunpoint.

 
3. TSA, NSA Spying, CIA, FBI (who by the way, will go out of their way to spend your hard-earned money taken by force to stage huge busts to give the media something to report), Patriot Act, NDAA, I could go on and on here. These organizations invade our personal privacy, both from a physical and distant standpoint. Are the police protecting us from them?

 

This is all happening in the Land of the Free. Dear International Audience, don’t think the US is the freedom capital of the world, it’s not.

 
Yet, what do you see, mainly the Right, do?

 
Protect our police! Support our troops! Obey the law! Respect cops!

 
That’s just the tip of the iceberg, excuse my cliché.

 
Or worse yet, what about the old, “If a cop orders you to stop, you stop.”

 
I think these people need to check the Constitution.

 
1. Fourth Amendment states no individual may be subject to search and seizure without a written warrant.

 
2. Fifth Amendment states individuals may not be forced to testify against themselves.

 
3. Sixth Amendment states every individual has the right to speedy and public trial.

 
4. Seventh Amendment states every individual has the right to a trial by jury.

 
5. Eighth Amendment prohibits cruel and unusual punishment.

 
6. Ninth Amendment states all other key rights are kept by the people.

 
There are six amendments, which I call federal laws…THE federal law telling law enforcement, which is part of the executive branch, literally, what they can and can’t do….or, tells them what they can’t do.

 
So, if you’re walking down the street minding your own business and if a cop says stop, you may continue walking. If they have zero probable cause to stop you, zero reason, you’re not compelled by any means to stop and let them confront you.

 
Guys, we’re living in a society of government Stockholm Syndrome. Stockholm Syndrome is when feelings of trust or affection is felt by a victim toward a captor.

 

In other words, or as it pertains to America, when the populace gets used to continued reduction in civil liberty, and they see pro-police propaganda at every turn, it’s a predictable outcome. They gain affection toward their overlords and are in denial over the fact of decreased liberty.

 
People get used to more security to the point they demand it, and for more security, liberty is sacrificed. If someone says you can’t do this or can’t do that for your own safety, or if it’s for your own good, that’s justification for security at liberty’s expense.

 
And cop apologists somehow think they’re free when you can’t even drive a sensible speed without hitting the breaks when you see a cop car hiding with only its bumper sticking out up the road.

 

A Word on the US Military

One reason why I’m writing the Lord of Columbia Series is to spread awareness to the fact the police, and even the military, yes, the military, aren’t friends of the people. They aren’t friends of liberty.

 

Again, the military is a state-funded, government monopoly whose funds must be received by force at gunpoint. Yep, your tax dollars go straight to the military, and if you don’t pay, you just may end up in federal prison.

 
Hey, when the US Military claims to be humanitarian and you see the aftermath of the Raqqa bombing, where they claim they haven’t targeted civilians, you question your country’s military’s role in the world. Especially when their “humanitarianism” comes after their own bombings to cover up their own actions.

 
But the problem is, most Americans, conservatives and liberals alike, refuse to question America’s military role in the world. They’re convinced we need a military overseas to “protect us from the bad guys.”

 
But who are the bad guys?

 
What kind of threat is Syria, Russia, or Iran to the United States?

 
Does the US have warships near these nations?

 
Yes.

 
Do the US have bases inside or surrounding these nations?

 
Yes.

 
Does Syria, Russia, and Iran have warships speeding for our coastline?

 
No.

 
Does Syria, Russia, and Iran have bases surrounding our northern and southern border?

 
No.

 
I don’t know about you, but if I were an outsider, someone from another world, and if I could look at the Earth from a telescope and document everything I’m watching, I wouldn’t be the one stating America is the good guy.

 
If I knew nothing about foreign policy. If I knew nothing about how things are done on Earth, but I saw stars and stripes with bases, weapons, and men holding weapons, bombing the hell out of another country, I’m not going to sit there and say the men with stars and stripes are the good guys.

 
Especially if I documented the four questions and answers above.

 
Guys, it’s time to swallow the red pill.
The US Military isn’t a friend to the world.

 
You’re going to see pictures of them being so, however. You’re going to see slanted news reports on how brutal regimes like they claim the Assad regime is, or how the Ghaddafi regime was. Or how brutal Rouhani is so we need to overthrow Iran now.

 
And you’re going to see members of the US Military carrying kids out of the rubble, likely caused by their own bombings. You’re going to see them talking, laughing, joking with civilians. You’re going to see them giving others supplies.

 
And you’re going to see this all in the name of propaganda in a media controlled by members of the CFR like Ben Sherwood, by a man named Rupert Murdoch, who happens to be on the board of advisors for Genie Energy, an oil company who happens to have permission from Israeli Prime Minister Ben Netanyahu to dig for oil in the illegally occupied Golan Heights. For the record, Sherwood’s the President of ABC and Murdoch owns Fox Broadcasting.

Raqqa

 

Do Something About It, Todd!

Well, I’m playing to my strengths here. I’ve written one book that’s an allegory to the topic, with several more on the way. Swords of Destiny will be out soon, later than I’m expecting but for good reason!

 

Book Three is written, too. And I’m halfway through penning Book Four. If you read Northern Knights and the next works, be prepared to see plenty of allegories pertaining to the United States.

 
Also, I’m looking to market and really use ads in both the newspaper and online to bolster the sales ranking to the point I’m consistently in the Top 100 on Amazon. All that’s to come soon enough.

 

I also look to continue expanding My Freedom Flame, and to whoever shared my articles on Flipboard, keep doing so, please! It’s upping my blog’s traffic like none other.

 

To that measure, I’m looking to dive more and more into Libertarianism and Global Affairs, as they’re key themes in the Lord of Columbia Series and in my Neo Skyehawk Series, the novella prequel series to Lord of Columbia.
So, that’s what I’m doing; planting seeds in readers’ minds to get them motivated. To tell them the truth in ways that are entertaining. I know dry videos or articles aren’t for everyone, which is another reason I love my fictional work, as it’s all based off real life issues we face in the world today.
I’d like to thank everyone for coming across My Freedom Flame, please come back soon.

C.S. Lewis Warned Us

How the Magician’s Nephew is More Than Meets the Eye

The Magician’s Nephew may be my favorite book in the Chronicles of Narnia Series, just beating out Prince Caspian, which is a close second.

 
Many find my preferences strange, but after reading the Chronicles of Narnia several times, The Magician’s Nephew continues to jump out at me.

 
Toward the end of the book, Aslan speaks of tyrants, and how such tyranny and the quest for empire always destroys great nations. In it is arguably the most mysterious place in all of the Chronicles of Narnia, which ironically isn’t even in Narnia, nor even our own world. I’m talking about Charn, obviously.

 
Charn had always fascinated me to the point I’d spend hours online researching theories from readers everywhere on an expansion to the story behind Charn.

 
For those who haven’t read the book, C.S. Lewis states that Jadis (The White Witch in The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe) destroys Charn by uttering The Deplorable Word, which vanquishes all living things on Charn, apart from herself.

 
In the Hall of Images, Digory and Polly, the two main characters in the work, stumble across life-sized statues of past leaders, which tells a miserable story. The first few rows are filled with leaders that look kind and wise, to those who look almost as kind, but a little stricter. Further on, the faces still looked happy, but were cruel. Then, there were faces not so happy, and finally they reach faces that held nothing but despair.

 
How do we relate this to real life, or in a better sense, US Foreign Policy?

 
Aslan’s warning is a perfect example. He states, “It is not certain that some wicked one of your race will not find out a secret as evil as the Deplorable Word and use it to destroy all living things. And soon, very soon, before you are an old man and an old woman, great nations of your world will be ruled by tyrants who care no more for joy and justice and mercy than the Empress Jadis. Let your world beware. That is the warning.”

 
And here we are today, in 2018, where the United States has been in perpetual war since 2001. Here we are, knowing (and I plan to write a post about this) that both Desert Storm and the current War in Iraq have been based on lies, the War in Afghanistan also a lie, the War in Syria a lie, Libya was a lie, and now, Iran is a lie.

 
And again, we’re going to war, sending what we call NATO forces (which are comprised of 70% of US forces) secretly from Jordan into Syria’s Golan Heights…for what? We know that Saddam Hussein was set up by George H.W. Bush and his Secretary of Defense, none other than Dick Cheney, back in 1990, when Hussein invaded Kuwait because they were slant drilling into Iraq.

 
We now know that the CIA favored the Ba’ath Party, and Hussein was ascending to power during the same years George H.W. Bush served as CIA Director. We also know that it was the United States that provided Iraq with Anthrax to use in the Iran-Iraq War in the 80’s. Anthrax also sprung up again on September 18th, 2001, just after 9/11, to justify not only an invasion of the Middle East to go after Osama bin Laden but to go after Saddam Hussein, too.

 
The verdict?

 
Iraq attacked the United States with Anthrax the United States gave it in the 1980’s. Only problem is, and if you dig deep into this you’ll find an astonishing answer; that such Anthrax indeed originated not in the Middle East, but in the United States.

 
I’ll post some video links that I used for researching this post at the bottom, as well as my book links to Northern Knights, just so you all know I’m not pulling this out of my own brain.

 
Links:

Northern Knights Print: https://amzn.to/2vA7GPj
Northern Knights e-book: https://amzn.to/2KkkyOZ

Make the Republic Great Again? Fiction Holds Many Strange Truths

An Allegory May Hold the Secret to Fighting Tyranny

What if I told you a republic existed that was greater than anything in the known universe? This republic was once under the wise rule of wise representatives and defended from within. This republic throve and grew throughout its formative years.
However, as typically happens when power and wealth are passed into the wrong hands, those with greed appeared. Over the years, as power and wealth were continually passed into criminals’ hands, the once-great republic rotted away from a danger within.

 
If you believe I’m talking about the United States, you’re actually wrong; I’m instead talking about the fall of the Old Republic from the original Star Wars prologue written by George Lucas, a full excerpt can be viewed at the link provided.

 
Talk about similarities between US Foreign Policy and Star Wars, especially the original trilogy. Lucas goes on to talk about how the ambitious Senator Palpatine caused himself to be elected President of the Republic and promised to restore the Republic back to its old glory.

 
Make the Republic Great Again?

 
The above paragraph sounds a lot like Donald Trump. However, it gets better when Lucas describes how Palpatine declared himself Emperor and shut himself away from the populace, controlled by the very assistants and boot-lickers he appointed to high office.

 
Let’s examine this paragraph and for further confirmation, click the link I highlighted above.

 
Anyway, let’s take a long look at Donald Trump’s presidency. Once upon a time, Trump stated former Congressman Ron Paul was correct on several key issues, mainly the Syrian conflict, but also Paul’s take on Afghanistan.

 
However, once in office, Trump appoints Mike Pompeo as Secretary of State, Gina Haspel as head of the CIA, and John Bolton as national security advisor.

 
Guys, these are three of the most notorious selections of warmongering neoconservatives. Pompeo is a known neoconservative, Haspel has committed numerous human rights violations overseeing an underground torture camp in Thailand, and John Bolton to this day not only justifies Iraq and Afghanistan but admits he’d have dropped bombs over the countries before the 2001 terrorist attacks.

 
Guys, if George Lucas didn’t have a hunch something like this was about to happen, perhaps we should look into another film of the same franchise?

 
Star Wars, Episode I, The Phantom Menace is loaded with US foreign policy from beginning to end. Let’s begin with the Trade Federation’s assault on blockading Naboo, where they prepare for a full-scale invasion with the droid army to strip the planet of its resources.

 
I don’t think I need to go any further for you to get who the real life version of Naboo is. Perhaps the Middle East? Oil and minerals among other commodities are rich in the Middle East, and it just so happens the oil-rich Golan Heights of Syria is being illegally occupied by Israel, and the US is occupying the most oil-rich 1/3 of Syria.

 
What about economic sanctions on Iran? Why did the 1953 coup occur in Iran?

 
The CIA’s main motive was oil.

 
Why is Iran in the news again today and being antagonized for no apparent reason by the Trump administration?

 
To take back the oil!

US Intervention is Why I Write

America’s Foreign Policy and Usurpation of Liberty at Home and Abroad

 

Last night, Friday the 13th, 2018, Donald Trump orders an attack in the Syrian capital of Damascus without Congressional approval. Many of his supporters cite the War Powers Act of 1973, which states the President has the power to declare war only if American soil is threatened, making their generalization faulty.
Times like these is why I write. Times like these is why being a personal trainer and group fitness instructor is irrelevant and why I’m so intent on pursuing my passion, as I’ve shown you all tips these past seventy days since My Freedom Flame was launched in early February.
I awoke at four in the morning, Eastern Standard Time, unable to sleep, not knowing if Russian retaliation is on the horizon, which all signs point to ‘yes.’
Donald Trump has done something not a single President in the history of the nation has done. His own arrogance is going to cost him millions of lives in Syria.
For what?
So he could join the ranks of almost every President who had gone to war ninety-three percent of the time in the history of this nation?
I’ve told countless people I want to live in Switzerland someday. The events of last night are why. In those state-run political prisons disguised as public schools, we in America were lied to. Our teachers, the staff, faculty, everyone lied to us.
America is the greatest nation in the world, they said. They’re the defenders and preservers of peace.
So, you’re going to lie about WMD’s in Iraq (I was eleven when the United States invaded Iraq), liberate them, and while doing so destroy their country, kill 500,00 people, drop 100,000 bombs, turn around and give Saudi Arabia, the country with the worst human rights’ record on Earth, and sell them weapons so they can kill a bunch of women and children in Yemen of all nations?
For what? To uphold an already expansive military-industrial complex held up by the taxpayers of America’s middle class while a bunch of arms manufacturers from five companies with ties to the government make the money? So oil tycoons can drill in Syria where America happens to control the one-third of the country rich in oil?
Is America spreading freedom?
Of course, not. America never cared about freedom. Spreading freedom and democracy to other parts of the world is cover-up for seizing natural resources of other countries and creating enemies so the one-percent can profit while the poor are stripped bare. The middle class stripped bare. And you’re happy to live in America?
For what?
Our country has lied, lied, and lied since the end of World War II.
For what?
Killing others for the sake of money. Going to war with nations who lose faith in the US Dollar and bombing other nations for suspected, not proven, suspected chemical attacks on the eve of peace talks? This happened one year ago in 2017. Why would Assad logistically kill his own people when the United States and Russia are just about to pull out? It makes no sense.
This doesn’t make any sense, just as Obama and Hillary oversaw the coup in Libya seven years ago in which they supported the Libyans’ torture and Mussolini-reminiscent killing of Ghaddafi. And what happens in Libya? Oh, a radical Islamist group seizes power and forces people into slavery while the remnants make their way to Iraq and become ISIS. Do your research, people.
Trump claims ISIS is defeated when they’re in fact across the border in Iraq, one of several radical Islamist coalitions opposing Bashar Assad, a western-educated doctor who’s good friends with former Secretary of State, John Kerry. Look up Jaish al Islam, a terrorist group opposing Assad who massacred Christians a few years back. Who came to the Christians’ aid? Assad!
America, the supposed Christian haven of the world is bombing one of the few places in the Middle East Christians can worship freely in some places without being slaughtered by radical Islamists.
And you think American intervention is going to uphold freedom?
How?
When has that ever been the case? In 1953, US and UK intelligence overthrew Mohammed Mossadegh and reinstituted the Shah, so they could capitalize on oil in Iran.

 

This kickstarted tension with the Middle East seen to this day.
It was never about freedom and liberation.
It’s about greedy corporations making money off the billions of slaves they’ve come to master in every corner of the Earth.
How does this coincide with my passion for writing?
It’s my primary genre. Age of Columbia, my upcoming trilogy to be released this September speaks of an empire whose goal is to conquer the world via foreign intervention disguised as humanitarian and liberation. Age of Columbia is the Constitutional Republic versus America, the Empire.
From 2011 to 2016, my goal was to become the greatest personal trainer ever.
For what? Why was it so important?
I’ve no answer to it other than vanity. Vanity made me want to be the best trainer ever, until I researched the atrocity that’s American foreign intervention. My country is doing this. I want my country to be free and exceptional but lead the world by example, not force where money is the primary goal.
If America doesn’t comply, I’m out. To reach people from all corners of the Earth spreading the true message of liberty, which Ron Paul does daily on his talk so, the Liberty Report. Like Jake Molonios on Blackstone Intelligence, who has proof these chemical attacks in Syria did happen but were staged by the notorious White Helmets who are funded and backed by the West with your tax dollars. They’re a radical Islamist group compared to the secular Bashar Assad.
If you want the truth in the matter, turn off your propaganda machine called a television set. Stop buying into the propaganda, America isn’t doing anything good here. What it’s doing is evil, setting up yet another base in yet another country, like it’s done to Iraq, Afghanistan, Lebanon, Syria, and soon after, Iran. This is as close as we’ve been to World War III, the Doomsday Clock is at one-minute until midnight.
Syria, of all nations, is going to be responsible for the demise of the world because a warmongering President filled his cabinet over the last several weeks with neoconservative sadists, such as General Mattis, Nikki Haley, John Bolton (the most dangerous, sadistic, sickest man in human history), and two torture-happy, Constitutional-hating serial killers in Mike Pompeo and Gina Haspel.
This is why I rediscovered my passion for writing. To get the word out. To get the truth out. To halt the lies being fed to you by the propaganda machine called the mass media. Fox News and MSNBC are as alike as they are different. They lie.
Why am I so obsessed with becoming a writer and novelist?
Because of this!
Why am I so obsessed with my followers and readers becoming self-reliant individuals who must free themselves from the reigns of government and corporations?
Because of this!
Why am I so intent you don’t become a drone like the Pepsi Guy?
Because of this!
The mission of My Freedom Flame is to spread not only motivation, passion, and the works, but to educate you all on what’s really happening in the world. It’s the basis behind my works. It’s the reason I wrote Age of Columbia and wish to share it with the world.
Personal training and fitness is a passion, but writing is a calling from the spiritual realm to the physical realm. There’s a difference between doing what you want to and doing what you’re meant to. I wanted to be a trainer and I’m still a trainer, but I feel I’m meant to educate Americans on the evils of their own government, as the Founding Fathers had done once upon a time in the American Colonies. We, the People can and will stop this.
Here’s what I want you all to do: Call or email the White House. Make sure your voice is heard and reaches Donald Trump’s desk in the Oval Office. Tell him, and your local representatives and senators enough is enough! No more airstrikes, Mr. President.

 

Unless you have both proof and congressional approval, no more airstrikes! A few weeks a go a few kids were marching in Washington shouting ‘Not one more!’
Well, now’s a good time for those kids’ voices to be heard, because let me assure you, this is the beginning of a conflict where thousands, tens to hundreds of thousands of kids are going to die at the hands of US intervention, as has always been the case.
Not one more, Mr. President. Not one more. The blood of these kids is going to be on your hands. Just like they were with former Presidents Bush and Obama. You care about the kids? You should start by being diplomatic, as you stated you would via a series of tweets back in 2013. You lied to your supporters, you lied to the country, and you lied to the world, Mr. President.

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