Thursday, July 14, 2005

The Greatest Evil: By an Aspiring US Congressman

The Greatest Evil : By an Aspiring US Congressman
Administrator's Note: Ladies and gentlemen, in his own words here is how Steve Moyer, an aspiring US Congressman, describes himself;

"I have one label: Steven Kent Moyer. That is sufficient. My politics is liberal and conservative, capitalist and socialist, libertarian and democratic. I promote virtue.

Responsibility is a virtue. Who is responsible? I am. Can you say the same? If so, then we are on the path to building a better world.
Blessings! - Steve Moyer"

The Greatest Evil
Posted orginally on the Fountainhead by Anwaar Hussain

The greatest evil we do is to deny the evil we do.Yesterday Scott McClellan, the President's Press Secretary, denied any wrongdoing in prior statements about Karl Rove even though the truth is now plainly obvious. He simply wants us to forget about it. Of course, his boss has denied any evildoing with regards to the "War on Terror." Karl Rove denies any evildoing with regards to Joe Wilson's wife.

The greatest evil we do is to deny the evil we do.

Republicans deny any evildoing in supporting this President. Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor denies any evildoing in "selecting" him to be President. And the people deny any evildoing by voting for him and the Republican Congress which supports him.

We all know what we are doing. We are doing evil. We know why we are doing it. Because America isn't that great a country any more in terms of industry and business, with one obvious exception ... the military. So we are selling our wares to the world through our slick salesman George Bush. The name of the sale is "The War on Terror" and the cost includes a lot of unnecessary death and destruction. But war makes money and preserves our way of life so we accept it.

Who's the world's biggest terrorist? America is. We have thousands of nuclear weapons to terrorize the entire human race into submission.

The greatest evil we do is to deny the evil we do.

We know somewhere in the back of our mind that this whole scam has been constructed to keep our economy going. President Bush is ironically correct when he says that he's doing it to preserve "our way of life." We wouldn't be able to continue without the oil of the Middle East or without the dollar as the world's dominant currency. If OPEC switched to using the Euro, as they have considered in the past, we'd be finished. The national debt would skyrocket, the dollar would plummet and our economy would collapse.

We may not understand all the finer details of international finance, but we know that America has been losing its position at the top of the economic pyramid. We know that we don't make the best cars or electronics any more. We know that we don't make the cheapest shoes or 10,000 other things. We know that the competition is winning and that it's going to continue with the "inevitable" tide of globalization. We understand that the one market where we maintain dominance is the market for war. So we have silently conspired with each other to created "endless war" in order to maintain our way of life a while longer using "debt money" and the threat of international terrorism.

The greatest evil we do is to deny the evil we do.

I've been researching what happened on 9/11. The official story is a fraud. It looks very much like we did it to ourselves, that our own military was involved as an active participant. The 9/11 commission deceived us. This means both Republicans and Democrats conspired to conceal the truth from America and the world.

The greatest evil we do is to deny the evil we do.

We need to accept correction. This requires humility. Scott McLellan won't admit that he has lied to the press, that he did evil, and neither will Karl Rove or President Bush. So why should we? Because truthfulness is a virtue. It's the right thing to do. It is what will set us free from this evil spell we have cast upon ourselves and the world.It's all US! We did it to ourselves and we keep doing it by refusing to acknowledge the truth.

Jesus said thousands of years ago: "Go and sin no more." "Seek the truth and the truth will set you free." "Confess it with your mouth." "The love of money is the root of all evil."

We are loving money. We know what needs to be done. Now we need to do it.

Responsibility is a virtue.

Steve Moyer
Candidate for U.S. Senate


Blogger Edward said...

While in all honesty I have to seriously question whether our own country bombed itself, I will admit that anything is possible in this wacky ass world we live in.

On the other hand, the aspiring congressmans words are refreshing and if we can believe the sincerity of this politician (which is next to impossible these days), I really wish that the halls of our government were filled with more people like him.

Then again (I'm always suspicious anymore of any body politik), Steve Moyer sounds like he has a seriously "religious" streak about him and that's something we don't need any more of in our government. Religion is a fine mechanism to bring structure to peoples lives, but it seems to fudge up the political process. Why can't we just all agree in a "higher power" belief and do good for the sake of doing it, not because we feel it commanded by God, Allah, Quezecoatal, et al?

Fri Jul 15, 06:50:00 AM  

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