Posted by rezinate on January 18, 2014
“Alliances are formed predicated upon the perception of being mutually beneficial during peace or wartime.
Often they take the form of trade, cultural exchanges, or mutual defense treaties.
If this observation is a correct people should examine the underlying motivation and what benefits ensue.
As a people the nations should take a look at the alliances AIM has sought and engaged in, the transparency of them, and in doing so note the obvious motivation and feel obliged to speak against them.
These alliances from Iran, Libya, and Russia, to the CPUSA are characterized by vast ideological and cultural differences having little if anything in common with ours.
Does anyone truly believe they give a rip about us? Does anyone truly believe they would respect and honor our beliefs, allow us to practice them if they were in power?
The obvious answer is hell no, we’d either convert or pay the price.
Anyone think Russia would allow us to be anything other than communists adhering to the party doctrine?
So what’s in it for AIM? Easy answer – besides money in the form of “foreign aid” AIM’s perverted sense of legitimacy in aligning with oppressive governments and fellow bullies.
We profess to be a freedom loving people, every man, woman, and child of us engaged in a long running struggle for autonomy – yet AIM would have us jump from the frying pan into the fire, and claim they speak for us while doing so.
AIM, especially the leadership, promotes the image of being all about sovereignty and self determination, of being committed to the well being of the nations.
If this is true how do they justify dropping their pants and bending over to such as these nations? More to the point how can any of our people be supportive of AIM in doing so?”
I would encourage the reader to follow the link to the original blog as there are a couple of very pointed and telling comments.