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The Winds of Change Blew Down Four Men in Baltimore

17.08.2017 • Switzerland

Henry Bonner – Strategy and Council Letter (Switzerland) –

On Tuesday, we were talking about the statues to the soldiers on the South side of the Civil War – the losers …

With the explosion of activism in the field of “inclusion” – and diversity – the cities of the United States are eager to demolish all the symbols of Confederation …

For them, a statue to General Robert E. Lee or PT Beauregard hampers the “progress” of society …

At the primary level, the Americans must absorb the faults of the Southern states – with their defense of slavery, and their act of “treason” by the Secession of 1861 … forcing the North to send the army there … leading to The War between States.

For 100 years, Baltimore hosted four monuments commemorating the Southern Party … including a statue of Roger B. Taney, former Chief of the Supreme Court …

To answer the demands of the activists, the city had installed a sign in front of Taney denouncing its “support for the racism …”

Yesterday, the authorities acted – removing the statue from its base in the middle of the night. The same applies to three statues of generals, veterans, and “mothers of the Confederation.”

Survival Wrestling …

Convictions without stopping the media … Editorialists in fury in the newspapers … Debates of passion on the television screens …  Trump absorbs attacks coming from right, left, back, and center …

In the world of politics, a mobilization is carried out among the anti-Trump … “The glass overflows,” they affirm … Time to take action … Time to denounce Trump … Time to press his supporters … and To plant the sword in the heart of the beast …

After months of attacks, the media believe they have finally found the means to overthrow it … to force their opponents to beat the retreat … to turn back, the tail between the legs … and the humiliation in the belly …

The more speed the train gets, the more convinced its drivers of the accuracy of their objectives … the purity of their intentions … the villainity of their adversaries … and the heroism of their actions …

Today editorials, condemnations, demonstrations … tomorrow the war …?

Who would refuse to get rid of racism once and for all …?

Who would oppose the eradication by all means …? Who would dare to challenge such a goal …?

The more time passes, the more the partisans are unleashed … the more the feelings become … and the more the conflict becomes …

Sooner or later, someone decides to mount an attack …

Abast the Gods …

At the moment, in the field of symbols – statues, monuments, representations, and others – war is raging … in the United States as in France …

In most conflicts, a group is trying to replace the symbols – “gods” – of an enemy with his own …

After the conflict, the loser sees his myths disappear … his worship is extinguished … his ancestors lose their altars.

Instead, the conqueror imposes his stories … his heroes … and his gods …

Often throughout history, the defeated lost even their language and identity – in addition to their property and properties …

Today, the wind of “progress” seems to sweep away many ideas, customs, identities, and traditions – in the United States, France, and elsewhere …

Donald Trump, Brexit, Marine Le Pen, and others – like the “cries” of a dying man – mount a defense in despair …

… but the wind of change is only rising in intensity …

Truly,

Henri Bonner

-Read more at www.lettre-strategie-conseil.com (French)-

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