“America LOST the Cold War!”

“A War is not lost until you consider it lost.”
“There are no desperate situations, only desperate people.”
How on Earth is it possible for us to have lost the Cold War?
“You are dying. I see in you all the characteristic stigma of decay. I can prove to you that your great wealth and your great poverty, your Capitalism and your Socialism, your wars and your revolutions, your atheism and your pessimism and your anti-cynicism, your immorality, your broken-down marriages, your birth-control, that is bleeding you from the bottom and killing you off at the top in your brains—I can prove to you that those were characteristic marks of the dying ages of ancient States—Alexandria and Greece and neurotic Rome.”
“War is Politics and Politics is War!”
“War begets Economy, Economy begets War!”
Friedrich Nietzsche’s “Jungmädel” from Thus Spoke Lenin (12:02-12:58): (https://youtu.be/zlieWAng4w8?t=719)

Thus spake Lenin: “Far too long hath there been a Slave and a Tyrant concealed in Jungmädel. On that account Jungmädel is not yet capable of friendship: she knoweth only love.

In Jungmädel love there is injustice and blindness to all she doth not love. And even in woman’s conscious love, there is still always surprise and lightning and night, along with the light.

As yet Jungmädel is not capable of Friendship. But tell me, ye Comrades, who of you are capable of Friendship?

Oh! your poverty, ye men, and your sordidness of soul! As much as ye give to your Friend, will I give even to my foe, and will not have become poorer thereby.

There is Comradeship: may there be Friendship!
How I am thinking of Nietzsche’s Jungmädel: the Figure of the Arbeiterin
Screen: “Well, Sex… (laugh) we don’t have it, and we are absolutely against it! There is no Sex in Postwar Japan, Only Sexual Repression.”

Marker: “Well, Socialism… (laugh) we don’t have it, and we are absolutely against it! There is no Socialism in Postwar Japan, Only Economic Liberalization.”
“The Temperance tarot card seems boring, especially sandwiched between the Death card and The Devil. But Temperance is about boring, gentle, and wonderful things, specifically the peace and comfort that surrounds you when your life is in balance.”
“Traditionally, the Temperance card shows the archangel Michael pouring liquid from one cup to another. One of his feet is on land and the other is dipping into the pool of water in front of him. He is perfectly balanced between both realms, patiently performing his endless task.”

“This card serves as a reminder to remain patient and go with the flow. You can’t ever control a situation, but you can wait it out. You can’t ever control other people, but you can be patient as they learn their own mistakes.”
“These are tough lessons to learn and even tougher to put into practice. The message of the Temperance card seems simple, but it is one of the strongest and most important cards in the deck.”
“If you’ve been naughty, the Blonde Bestie is a bitch. This Tarot Card arrives when things are out of balance and it highlights the consequences of your behavior. In The Fool’s journey through the Major Arcana, Justice represents the lesson of the ultimate natural law – the law of cause and effect.
If things seem out of whack, the Justice card has one message for you: the Universe is playing fair. You may not like the outcome, but it will be based on harmony and fairness for the greater good.”

“Eternal Peace is a dream — and not even a beautiful one. War is part of God’s world order. Within it unfold the noblest virtues of men, courage and renunciation, loyalty to duty and readiness for sacrifice — at the hazard of one’s life. Without War the world would sink into a swamp of [Consumerism and Producerism].”

Helmut Moltke the Elder, On the Nature of War, ca. 1880

“Long live Alexander Hamilton!
Long live Patrick Henry!
Long live Theodore Roosevelt!
Love live Barry Goldwater!
Long live Richard Nixon!
Long live Old Comrades of the Federalist Party!”



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