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by Capt. Joseph R. John (Ret.), Chairman, CombatVeteransForCongress

Will the U.S. have the same ending as the Roman Empire?

(Nov. 18, 2015) — The recording by Bill Whittle with Stefan Molyneux which can be listened to by clicking on the below-listed link is truly “the most outstanding discussion” of how nations in the past progressed toward “Economic Collapse” and possibly why the great civilizations in the past collapsed.  It is also a discussion of the r/K Selection Theory—the “Ks” are the Warriors in the gene pool (I have a great deal of respect for Bill’s ability to cut through the chaff and evaluate dangerous issues affecting the Republic).

The discussion of the r/K Selection Theory is also an excellent analysis of America’s “Free Market.”  The recording goes on to discuss how the “Free Market” contributes toward “Freedom & Success,” how that “Success” develops an abundance of wealth, and how the corrupt leaders of States take that abundance of wealth from the creators of wealth and distribute that wealth to non-producers who should be required to work to earn the government handouts (we are not referring to 10% of the population—the elderly and infirm who really do need help), and how the unfair actions of leaders of the State increase taxation, increase spiraling debt, and do nothing about creating fraud, waste, and abuse while distributing the wealth of hard-working individual; that spiraling debt eventually results in the economic collapse of a once-abundant nation.

Great civilizations like the Roman Empire, the Babylonian Empire, the Pharaohs’ Egyptian Empire, the Napoleonic Empire, the British Empire, and the Spanish Empire have been destroyed from within.  Bill explains why the values of strength and courage that created the Republic are degraded by Progressives because they are threatened by those traits.  He goes on to explain how Progressives convince the nation’s youth to avoid competition, how they hate the “Free Market,” despise police officers, detest the military, and refuse to promote the winning philosophy in a competitive society—Progressives believe that everyone must cross the finish line together—that there should never be a first, second, or third finisher—-that would be unfair to non-performers.

Bill goes on to do an outstanding job of analyzing the psychological reasons why Progressives ignore the financial stability of the nation and intentionally generate massive national debt to the point that it becomes dangerous to the survival of the nation.  In every society throughout history, teaching students to experience success and failure has always been the great educators’ responsibility.  Students have always learned a great deal from failure, and that experience taught them to try again until they achieved future success.

Progressives teach children that everyone is a winner, there are no losers, everyone gets a participation trophy, and there should never be competition (that lesson is being taught in Common Core math to school children where there is no longer one right answer to a math problem; —unbelievable, but true).   Children involved in this type of education grow up in a competition-avoidance society; they are taught everyone gets the same reward regardless of what they contribute (the ball player who hits 4 home runs is no better than the member of the team who doesn’t even play). That is the type of education that leads students to accept the philosophy of Socialism—the end goal of the Obama administration.

The below-listed video is an outstanding, in-depth discussion of The Free Enterprise System.  It presents a more detailed discussion of economics and The Free Enterprise System than any Harvard Professor ever made to our graduating class at the Harvard Graduate School of Business Administration.  Although it is a long discussion, it is well worth listening and would even be more valuable if listened to more than once.  It would be of immense learning experience for the 535 members of Congress—-they and every concerned Patriotic American should listen to Bill Whittle’s comments about the issues that might lead to economic collapse of the Republic.

Copyright 2015, Capt. Joseph R. John. All Rights Reserved. This material can only be posted on another website or distributed on the Internet by giving full credit to the author.  It may not be published, broadcast, or rewritten without permission from the author.

Joseph R. John, USNA ‘62

Capt              USN(Ret)

Chairman, Combat Veterans For Congress PAC

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Then I heard the voice of the Lord, saying, “Whom shall I send, and who will go for Us?” Then I said, “Here am I. Send me!”
-Isaiah 6:8

On the Brink of War and Economic Collapse” | Bill Whittle and Stefan Molyneux – YouTube


Lengthy, cerebral, interesting listen … Bill Whittle.

The Ks have been reduced / ‘bred down’ to .05% of the organized population … the warrior.  Is that gene pool sustainable?  Obama-Jarrett is not waiting to find out.

Ken Benway

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On the Brink of War and Economic Collapse | Bill Whittle and Stefan Molyneux

Stefan Molyneux

Published on Nov 4, 2015

For many decades, two main reproductive strategies have been recognized by biologists – this is referred to as r/K Selection Theory. When you look at humanity through the lens of reproduction strategies – things quickly begin snapping into place and a battle for survival is revealed.

In the area of public discourse, these two survival strategies battle for ultimate supremacy. Bill Whittle joins Stefan Molyneux to discuss the various political positions and attitudes – including how they are shaped and explained through r/K Selection Theory.