The Fall of American Rome and the Rise of Global Rome, Part 1

History is repeating itself, and not by accident…
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With all the distractions of recent weeks, I haven’t been able to keep my finger on the pulse of the news. But from what little news I was able to take in, I was struck by the parallels of America’s fall to Rome’s. And I continue to be amused by the Jesuit Pope’s attempt to refashion the Roman Catholic (Catholic is a synonym of “universal/all-embracing”) Church into a Global Universal Church.

I recently ran across an article on History.com that offers the following insights into the fall of ancient Rome: 8 Reasons Why Rome Fell

“Even as Rome was under attack from outside forces, it was also crumbling from within thanks to a severe financial crisis. Constant wars and overspending had significantly lightened imperial coffers, and oppressive taxation and inflation had widened the gap between rich and poor. In the hope of avoiding the taxman, many members of the wealthy classes had even fled to the countryside and set up independent fiefdoms…

As more and more funds were funneled into the military upkeep of the empire, technological advancement slowed and Rome’s civil infrastructure fell into disrepair…

If Rome’s sheer size made it difficult to govern, ineffective and inconsistent leadership only served to magnify the problem… The political rot also extended to the Roman Senate, which failed to temper the excesses of the emperors due to its own widespread corruption and incompetence. As the situation worsened, civic pride waned and many Roman citizens lost trust in their leadership…

With the Western Empire weakened, Germanic tribes like the Vandals and the Saxons were able to surge across its borders and occupy Britain, Spain and North Africa…

Unable to recruit enough soldiers from the Roman citizenry, emperors like Diocletian and Constantine began hiring foreign mercenaries to prop up their armies…”

In America, we see the same dynamics at play (financial crisis, constant wars and overspending, oppressive taxation and inflation, a widening gap between rich and poor, wealthy people fleeing the country, aging infrastructure, governmental corruption and incompetence, uncontrolled migration across our borders, and reliance on foreign troops and mercenary military contractors), but it is interesting to note how our fall has been very deliberately engineered by the Globalists. It is no accident that the US federal government has thrown our border wide open. America is being intentionally imploded into the new Global Rome. And just as it was with the fall of Western Rome in the past, Eastern Rome (the BRICS) and the refashioned Catholic Church will be left standing.

In the next entry of this series, we’ll have a look at how the Blood Cult is attempting to bring all of its adherents under one big umbrella of mind control…
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With love….

My Third Blog Begins

My son and I are somewhat established in our new place now, so I’ve got my computer back and can begin writing once again. Normally, my moves go much more smoothly because I typically move into a place that’s empty, but this time I’m renting space in my former wife’s home, and she’s been quite busy accumulating material items since we moved out nine and a half years ago. There is a vast amount of decluttering, cleaning, and repair work to be done here.

My “ex” and I aren’t “getting the band back together” or anything like that. We’re simply cohabitating for mutual advantage. This new arrangement allows my son to see his mommy each day, allows my former wife to have extra income during her current career transition (as well as have a caretaker for her home and dogs so she can go visit her family in Korea for as long as she wishes), and allows me to have all the Korean food I can eat. I’m neck-deep in rice, kimchi, and spicy fish stews, and I’m loving it. :-)

So far, we’re getting along quite well. With all the expectations and complications of marriage, romance, and sex out of the way, all that’s left is two old friends joking and laughing together. Besides, if a sexual situation ever arose, I’m not sure I’d know what to do anyway. After 4 years of celibacy, I’ve forgotten most of what I know about sex (although I do seem to remember something about a hole).

The only trace of the old relationship that remains is her insistent urgings for me to stop “wasting my life” writing for free and start making “lots of money.” To mollify her, I’ve been thinking of moneymaking ideas, and I think I have a few winners…

1) When she suggested that I use one of her scented candles in my bedroom, I came up with an idea for a line of candles that will feature scents that men enjoy, such as Grilled Meat, Used Panty, Napalm in the Morning, and for Freemason/Elite customers, Goat Stank.

2) Since the “elite” are concentrating most of the world’s money into their own hands, I decided to come up with something that will appeal to them. So I settled on the idea of hosting a 3-day conference, Kabbalahpalooza 2014. It will feature seminars of interest to Bloodline folk, such as…

When Your Demon Stops Calling: maybe “he’s just not that into you”

…and…

Brute Force or Cunning Deception: finding your own style in exploiting the weak

And for musical entertainment, what could be more appealing to Blood Cult devotees than this band?

Switching gears a bit, you may have noticed that my old blog has been nuked into oblivion by Godaddy’s transition from their Quick Blogcast platform to a Managed WordPress platform. But I’ll try to consolidate, update and repost as many of my old entries as possible. In the meantime, you can find many of my old entries on…

enerchi’s blog

…or in…

the Wayback Machine.

All the entries from before May 2013 are from my “first blog” and are obsolete (that was back when I was stumbling through all the false-light deception), and all the entries from May 2013 through June 2014 are from my “second blog” (when I came out swinging against the false-light BS). We’re now in my “third blog” of course, and when I ponder what shape it will take, the word “coup de grace” comes to mind.

And so we begin anew once again. Much love to all….