De-Americanizing America

Cultural, Economics, Premium POM

The Cultural and Socioeconomic Interception of Exorbitant Privilege

By JC Collins

The once great American brands are struggling.  The recent challenges which fast food giant McDonald’s is facing is representative of a larger trend which is picking up speed.  The pace of change is difficult for many in the western world to understand.  But only because we are on the inside and unable to grasp the full scope of the socioeconomic and geopolitical transformation which is taking place outside of our culture.

Back in December of 2014 I wrote a piece titled The Implosion of American Culture, where the following was stated:

“This implosion of culture can be seen in the recent racial and political divide which has been given focus in the riots and protests across the country.  The media is doing its part to push the CSI engineering into the homes and minds of the disorganized masses.  Many speculate that the riots have failed to spread as desired, but I reckon that they were extremely successful in that they leveled up the tension and pre-prejudice for a continuation of the slow motion implosion and transition to the international mindset collective.”

This particular statement is somewhat prophetic when we consider the slow simmer of racial and social hatred that has continued to exist just beneath the surface of everyday life.  The media continues to promote the false narrative of white privilege while encouraging the onset of collective madness through all classes and racial distinctions.  Hardly a day goes by that we are not subjected to some new horror, or social injustice committed upon the western mindset.

It is always with great interest that the end of every empire and culture is infested with immoral behavior and unsound financial decision making.  When we add to this the endless wave of immigration and multiculturalism, is there any doubt that western culture has entered the last days of relevancy?

The world outside of western culture has been de-Americanizing now for many years.  It is only now in the last stages of this process that it is becoming more obvious to those within.  But the process of de-Americanizing internally is not so obvious.

The slow burn grind down on western, and in particular, American culture, is taking its toll upon our everyday life.  The world view on our culture leaves much to be desired.  The Wild West was never really that wild, and the current state of America’s gun culture mentality is not as pervasive as we are lead to believe.

So why the constant media focus on guns and crimes committed with guns?

The all-knowing and all-powerful state cannot allow for a population of gun owners.  But in this day and age, with the advancement of technology, gun ownership is hardly an issue which couldn’t be overcome with the slightest of tweaks and implementation of technology.

The gun ownership debate is a red herring meant to distract away from the larger Cultural and Socioeconomic Interception (CSI) which is playing out.  What I mean by this is that I see two parallel trends developing.  One trend is international while the other is domestic.

Internationally there is a perception and awareness developing which focuses on the military crimes committed by the US, both current, like the hospital bombing in Afghanistan, and past crimes, such as the bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, or the complete bombardment of Vietnam.

This trend of guilt is implemented domestically through the promotion of the American gun culture.  The goal is not to take away guns from the people, but to make the people feel guilty for even wanting to own a weapon.

This twofold strategy used against the American collective conscious is extremely effective in that the association between both the international and domestic perception is difficult to reconcile within the western mindset.  As such, the mind is left open to absorb and accept a new paradigm, which is represented by the multilateral trend, both socioeconomic and geopolitical.

It is hard to imagine that the process and techniques of Edward Bernays have not evolved into complex methods of mass cultural and socioeconomic engineering.  The conspiracy theory aspect of such topics make these posts and conversations difficult, and yet, the factual basis for such techniques and processes is well established and should not be ignored when considering the current state of awareness.

The depth and advancement of these techniques is not well known outside of a small circle of strategists, but we can consider that what appears as open and straight forward communication directed at the disorganized masses, such as gun control, will contain subliminal and counter-intuitive messages directed at developing international and multilateral acceptance within the western, and in particular, American mindset.

This same strategy is also being utilized within the Trump promotion of making America great again.  This slogan is beginning to be used more and more, and is somewhat at odd with the diminishing reserve status of the US dollar.

The multilateral monetary framework will see the diversification and substitution of USD denominated reserves around the world.  This will decrease America’s ability to project socioeconomic and geopolitical power and force the domestic acceptance of multilateral mandates.

The transition of the American mindset to one which is focused on international symbiosis is taking place with little awareness by the masses themselves.  The advancement of this strategy is beyond what most currently realize.

The American identity which developed since the end of World War Two is now being deconstructed and replaced with the multilateral identity.  The staggered and sliding scale type implementation of this transformation is shifting the once US exorbitant privilege towards a shared responsibility between all nations.

The merits and value added functions of this framework are yet to be determined.  But outside of America, it is considered a welcomed change.  – JC