Nightmare and insanity are akin: mysterious and involuntary states which skew and distort objective reality. One wakens from nightmare; from insanity there is no awakening. Whether Americans live in the one state or the other is the paramount question of our time: whether we as a nation can awaken from this long, historic nightmare and face the terrifying and exhilarating prospect of living in the full light of reality without the false props and dishonest constructs of a hoodwinked and herded people, or whether we have internalized the lies and the myths to such an extent that it has become an organic, overmastering form of mass insanity.

What is it we Americans have been so complicit in hiding from ourselves in our devotion to the perverse legend of exceptionalism that inhabits our nation's soul like a demon? It's the 100 plus million Americans who have no work and no hope; people whose futures have been devoured, and their lives destroyed by the heartless fraud Machine that is the New World Order. It's the trashed and crime-ridden weed lots that were once our great cities, now eroding like ghost towns in their crumbling, fire-gutted ruin; their industries shut down and their factories deserted or dismantled, and shipped overseas under the cloak of treasonous "free trade" agreements. It's our nation's unguarded borders, our unguarded language, and our unguarded culture. It's our co-opted churches, our co-opted media, and our sovietized public school system. It's our bankrupt states, our bankrupt cities, and our dissolving infrastructure. And, if these social and moral outrages weren't enough to bring tears to the eye of any decent American, I would point to the fascistic, mafia-style "insurance" laws, which now force Americans, like slaves, to purchase products in the private marketplace, just to exercise their most basic natural rights: to live, and to travel upon the public roadways.

Meanwhile, over it all, the repressive machinery of a Stasi-like police state has been built-up, and armed, and made ready for use against an American people who are justifiably becoming fed-up.

This Nation is nearing the greatest crisis point in its history, and that terrific cataclysm, when it happens, will determine the future our country is to have. If we cannot, in dominating numbers, rise to the challenge which faces us, and reject the heartless, mindless, soulless machine of the New World Order, and reinvigorate our commitment to the systems of governance and economics upon which this nation was originally founded; principles which were thrown overboard more than 150 years ago, we will almost certainly be condemned to life under a global, fascistic command and control horror, in which human beings are treated as mere possessions of an unelected world government; units of production or service, or perhaps not even that, as the globalists are openly planning to cull "excess" population.

We have not lost and we are not defeated, for we have not engaged. We have not honored our responsibility as human beings. We have not risen to defend our humanity like the people of other countries have. Right now, the thunder of vast and immeasurable discontent can be heard and felt around the world, wherever a thirst for freedom still exists in the minds of men. That sound is the legitimate anger of humanity expressing itself against the dead and killing hand of the New World Order, with its agencies of violence, dehumanization, and exploitation. Even here in America; so long trapped and encapsulated; frozen like a fly in amber; trapped in a false religion of government idolatry, the anger is deep and widespread, and growing.

As Thomas Paine once said, "these are the times that try men's souls." Nothing's guaranteed. Nothing's certain. But we must not let the Machine of the New World Order grind on. We must oppose it with all the moral force we own. We must act with quiet courage to confront a vicious tyrannical system that's destroying life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness throughout the world. Unfortunately, it is we Americans who must now put our lives on the line to oppose it, for we are the only people left on earth who still possess the means to do so.

Having already disarmed, raped, and exploited every other country on earth, the Machine now stands before our nation; naked, ugly, and unashamed, taunting us like a bully which can't be avoided; a bully that must be stopped.

Let your life be a counter friction to stop the Machine.