Joachim Hagopian | How to Overcome Divide and Rule | FreemanTV | Feb.11, 2017


The American Empire trudges on as we see the same war game plan unfold under President Trump as we did under the Obama Administration only now, it feels as if we have partnered with Russia. Obama passed more Executive Orders in his first 10 days of office than The Donald but, that does not dissuade the violent left. Will Trump be pushed into declaring martial law? Will America go to war with Iran as so many of the Neo-Cons have strived for?

How do we overcome this Elite Divide and Rule plan? What does it mean to be human? Is it our culture, our beliefs? The Super Bowl programming leaned heavily on military programming, even the Super Bowl commercials divided us and offered unity through service. Pope Francis declared “Great sporting events like today’s Super Bowl are highly symbolic, showing that it is possible to build a culture of encounter and a world of peace. By participating in sport, we are able to go beyond our own self interest – and in a healthy way – we learn to sacrifice, to grow in fidelity and respect the rules. May this year’s Super Bowl be a sign of peace, friendship and solidarity to the world."

If we can take this game as "symbolic" then, this is the year of the impossible! Let's take advantage of this break in "reality" and turn towards a life well beyond the psychopaths in charge. Are we human enough to avoid a Transgender, Transhumanist Phoenix uprising or are we doomed to a Technocratic Slave System?

Joachim Hagopian is a West Point graduate and former US Army officer. He has written a manuscript based on his unique military experience entitled Don’t Let The Bastards Getcha Down. It examines and focuses on US international relations, leadership and national security issues. After the military, Joachim earned a master’s degree in Clinical Psychology and worked as a licensed therapist in the mental health field for more than a quarter century. He now concentrates on his writing and has a blog site at Empire Exposed.
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