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.
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?
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?
4. The Project for a New American Century outlined a Middle Eastern invasion in 1997?
5. The US is trying to convince the rest of NATO of a false threat in Europe?
6. BBC reported three towers fell on 9/11 before Tower 7 fell?
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?
8. Every war that involved the US since 1917 were all based on lies?
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?
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?
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.
6. Shadow Governments.
7. Martial Law.
8. Fiat currency.
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.
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