An Open Letter to The Free People of America
Russia x Ukraine: The Right to Question!
A week ago, I announced my bid as a GOP candidate for the United States House mid-term election in Minnesota’s 5thCongressional District. I believe serving in public office is the most serious civic duty in our society. In addition to what is already an incredibly important service, I also believe we are in one of the most important and perilous moments in this nation’s history. On the day I announced my campaign I cautioned about the dangers of GLOBALISM. I said that our country was at war. Some thought that to be an exaggeration of the current political landscape. The Minneapolis Star Tribune even went so far as to characterize the use of the word “globalism” as a calling card of conspiracy theory and antisemitism. Just two days later, the most serious military intervention in Europe since World War II broke out between Russia and Ukraine. A conflict that has already seen mass casualties, severe economic sanctions, and the posturing of nuclear action. It’s more than safe to say, “we are at war”. But who’s war is this exactly? And how do “We the People” figure into this geopolitical crisis?
Before we get into Russia and Ukraine, I really feel it’s incumbent upon me to say… THIS CONFLICT IS THE DIRECT RESULT OF “GLOBALISM”. As a matter of fact, this is “PEAK GLOBALISM”, heralding the stunning end of what is more commonly called “the post WWII Democratic Liberal Order”. The new order that will replace it is yet unset. Of which there are 4 major players in this geopolitical game, vying for supremacy and control: Us (The Free People), The Globalists, China, and Russia. And right now, it’s a jump ball. This conflict in Ukraine is “game on”. Globalists vs Russia in the next round of the geo-power game.
First, let me be clear about what Globalism is. Since the biggest newspaper in my home state of Minnesota has openly called me a conspiracy theorist for even saying the word, I guess I should explain. Before all else I have been ordered to bear witness by a Power much higher than the media. Globalism seeks to consolidate power amongst international governing bodies and corporate interests. They claim this is for the good of the people and to address threats that no single nation can confront. As history has so often shown, the consolidation of power seldom results in governance that benefits FREE PEOPLE. In this time period of geo-power games, the greatest threat to human freedom and decency has been erected. This monstrosity will come to be commonly known as “The Corporatocracy”. It is the merger of corporations with governments on a worldwide scale. “The Corporatocracy” which is led by individuals, “the elites”, who through this consolidation of power, have become easy to manipulate. Especially in the absence of national honor and fealty from nation’s citizens. Globalism is the ambition to undermine individual citizenship through an economic and cultural attack on the nation state.
Over the past few days as I’ve watched and listened to the narrative here in America or throughout the West, I just can’t help but wonder: if Vladimir Putin is the reincarnation of Adolph Hitler, then how on Earth did our country and the Europeans become so dependent on him for our energy? It doesn’t make sense at all. It’s a question you’re not even suppose to think, let alone ask. Many people know the answer though. Or at least they have an intuition that this is a scam of biblical proportions. Perpetrated by a group of people so God hating that atheism is not far enough, their globalist ideology is actually subservient to sin. These globalists have represented the negation of our traditional cultural and historical values as the only way to prosperity and peace. This is a complete lie that has been told to us with the straightest of faces. Once you realize that globalists believe in driving cost up or down, depending on the situation, more than they believe in people… the answer becomes clear: THIS IS JUST RADICAL MATERIALISM WITHOUT ANY REGARD FOR SPIRIT. They believe in price before people. When I say “price”, I don’t mean price as a mechanism to make things more affordable for people, or to improve their lives. I mean “price”, used as a weapon to lessen the value of a people and their citizenship. From there it gets real sadistic real fast. Once these Globalists feel security in the price department, they become anti-people. They become anti-human. That is where we are now. The Free People, individual citizens, everyday working-class men and women are just bystanders or collateral damage in a Globalist “WAR ON HUMAN FREEDOM”.
I am concerned about the environment. In fact, as a Christian, God says it’s our job to rule over the earth and all its creatures. We are called to be good stewards of the planet. We should be cognizant of the ramifications on future generations in everything we do, not just when it comes to the environment. At the very moment the “environment” of the future is used to manipulate, persecute, or subjugate humans in the present, it becomes an anti-human sentiment. That’s what much of the climate change movement has become. Like many other social issues, the climate dogma has been politically dangled before people who suffer from deep existential fear. The survival of the earth has been used to make the broadest moral claim for globalism. This edifice has been carefully built on the fear of death, rather than love and appreciation for human life.
The bottom line is that our nation is an energy rich nation. In this time of crisis, America must turn on the tap of energy within our own borders. Doing so would increase the VALUE of American citizenship and the SAFETY of American citizenship. Turning on that energy tap would allow us the independence we need, as a superpower, to intercede in geopolitical matters with some temperance. It would allow us to intercede, when necessary, in a healthy way. For a short time during the Trump Administration, this energy independence was the newfound national strength that allowed America to finally disentangle from the energy wars in the Middle East. Now, under the Biden Administration, we’ve just moved our entanglements north, and closer to Europe.
What the establishment has done with regards to climate propaganda is actually insulting. Not only is it an insult, but a wound to our nation’s overall health. It is a wound to our national pride and honor. These globalists from L.A. to D.C. and N.Y. to Brussels, claim to be saving the Earth with their green energy. In reality, they’ve just created the guilt about energy production and weaponized it, wielding it against anybody or anything they choose. This is dishonesty at the very highest level. This is taking the entire earth and using it as a moral racket. This is just where they like their dishonesty to be; hidden in plain sight. But how does one hide such grand lies in plain sight? Every good magician knows it can only be done through the art of distraction. To hide something in plain sight, you must provide the observer with a very good distraction. Another way is to surround it with an infinity of distractions. For all the global access the internet has given us, many are still illiterate or simply uninterested in foreign policy. Part of which is the byproduct of dopamine being more accessible on social media than that which can be gained through the esoteric jargon of foreign policy. Buying our energy from Russia, or our manufactured goods from a pollution rich China, doesn’t make us any less culpable morally than if we produced it ourselves. Honestly, what kind of moral scam is that?
This isn’t by accident at all. The absence of a “First Principles” philosophical education, taught in our schools, isn’t by accident. The low-tech political theory taught in our schools isn’t by accident. The dumbing down and belittling of the American populace, so that we reject our history without study, isn’t by accident. The one thing about Vladimir Putin that must be acknowledged, is that he has popular support in Russia. He leads from an ideological position that honors and highlights the shared traditions of the Russian people. This affords him the right to talk to the Russian people as adults, because they are adults. Not adults treated as children like here in America. He is not afflicted with the need to manufacture the consent of Russian peoples explicitly through deceit. Russia has a national identity. The Russian people understand their history and the value of their nationalism. Here in America our national identity is being undermined in a systematic and organized fashion. This is in no way an affirmation of Putin’s actions, but an honest assessment of the naivety about Russia. Especially if we accept that they are an enemy. Our nation is weakened every time our leaders insult our intelligence with lies motivated by a hidden globalist agenda.
THE WILL OF NATO
Personally, as an American citizen and Congressional candidate, I have a huge problem with the rhetoric of the mainstream media about this conflict. Why are we not allowed to ask any fundamental questions what’s taking place between Russia and Ukraine? Why are we not allowed to ask what role the EU and NATO has played in the provocation of Vladimir Putin and Russia? Why are we not allowed to ask how our interests, as The Free People of America, are served by this? Why have we continuously heard “Russia! Russia! Russia!” since 2016; but the same people say China with a whisper? Honest to God, I’m just not buying it and more importantly I’m insulted by the attempt.
If America is the leader of the free world, we must lead from a moral center, and with moral conviction and consistency. Contradiction is the beginning of moral decay. We are contradicting ourselves in our NATO alliance and its methods in Eastern Europe. This is not an anti-American sentiment by any means. This is an America First sentiment. What would we do if Russia, China, or Iran decided to put weapons on our Mexican or Canadian borders? Do the American people even know about the military hardware and bases that threaten Russia? What would we be within our rights to do if we were so similarly provoked and confronted? What gives this neoliberal/neoconservative war-faction the arrogance to promote a “Do as I say and not as I do” attitude on the global stage? With the most dangerous of outcomes at stake? Before we ask what we would do or should do, if a potential enemy put weapons on our border, let’s just ask ourselves what we did. In 1962, we came to the brink of nuclear war with Russia when they placed nuclear missiles in Cuba. It was America that first placed missiles in Italy and Turkey in the provocations that led up to the “Cuban Missile Crisis”. It was also America that attacked Cuba in the failed “Bay of Pigs” invasion.
Now in retrospect we can concede, during that time, America was resisting the rise of communism. That resistance was a rightful defense of America’s core values. The ideology of communism is one we should still reject, full stop. But how do we reconcile this with the Russia of today? Are we still fighting the global advancement of communism? Or are globalists using these dated motifs to instigate something else?
We can’t reasonably be fighting the advancement of communism, because we’re becoming more communist by the day here in America. In fact America, as a young nation, is best described as behaving like adolescents. In that the morals and ideologies are being used in a cliquish context to gain acceptance in one crowd or another. Very few want to take their moral claims back to the hand that feeds them. Very few want to take these moral claims all the way upstairs, in any way that may hinder or completely cut off the ability to service their impulses. In this way, you can see how The Godfather of our impulses has become China. This episode of the Maoist Dynasty is explicitly communist, unabashedly atheist, anti-Judeo Christian, and anti-Western. Our Judeo-Christian, Capitalist, Western Culture is being overrun by The CCP. Any reasonable American should look at this Russia and Ukraine conflict and see the logical fallacies of morality here. We are fully onboard the communist train in China. We lash out at Russia, while we give China a pass because their industry keeps us high on our addiction to consumerism and laziness. Capturing our elites in the process. China is with the “in crowd”, and Russia is a bully? If the prerequisite for a moral war is solely a violation of borders and/or human rights, as the media proclaims about the crisis in the Ukraine, how do we sit idly by and allow China to imprison the Uyghurs and Tibetans without response? At least prosecuted through the imposition of sanctions and a national shunning like we’ve done to Russia. We better get clear on our moral center in these matters quickly, because God’s wrath is swift and precise.
If Vladimir Putin is our enemy, let it be clear. Let us be clear as to why that is. Let’s not use Ukraine as a proxy or puppet to instigate war and go back on the promise we made to Putin not to move east with NATO. Let’s stand in the moral strength of the same American values that would never see a foreign power put weapons on our southern border. Let’s sort these things out right now. Russia has a national identity. China has a national identity. Both have an ethno-national identity. Here in America, many claim that nationalism is racist and fascist by default. I am a Black Man, a Republican, and a Populist and I know from my lived experience that the global effects the local. When the same single mothers that everybody says they care about can’t afford gas, OR FOOD, who loses? The Russians, The Ukrainians, NATO, etc?
Economic collapse is an ugly thing, and even uglier things are born of it. Our country is $30 trillion USD in debt, and I find it hard to believe that such a debt is “by accident”. No, there is some reason for this large burden, and it is part and parcel with my definition of Globalism here re-stated: Globalism is the ambition to undermine individual citizenship through an economic and cultural attack on the nation state. When President Biden took office, a barrel of oil cost $37. On his first day in office, President Biden signed executive orders that curtailed energy exploration and extraction on Federally owned land. Before this Ukraine crisis, a barrel of oil was around $90.
Putin supplies a large percentage of the energy used in Europe, and Russian oil is 25% of our current imports. These energy supplies are being cut-off by the Globalists and their moral indignation over the Ukraine invasion. And again we are right to ask is the defense of Ukraine really being done with a moral clarity at all? A barrel of oil is $110 today, the cost is projected to go much higher. Some projections have it reaching as high as $150 per barrel. How can an already over taxed, underpaid working class afford such a hike in price at the gas pump?
Both Russia and the Ukraine are also significant agriculture exporters. Russia is a major exporter of fertilizer. Not only will the cost of gas increase, so will the price of food. Can the average American afford to pay more for our food in the coming months? I wonder if the Globalists even considered that cost in this moral indignation. More frighteningly, what if they did consider it? What if they have become so corrupted by power they no longer care how their decisions bring strife to American lives. Is this something the American people should accept?
A foreign policy that emanates from a consistent moral center would absolve us of these problems. When we regain our own moral center, it will become obvious that we have the national strength to reject business with both the immoral and the amoral. Our national imperative is to do what is good for our own nation and its citizens. What good is it to our citizens if our national policy creates inflation, deprivation, hunger, and hopelessness? This is a call for a return to moral sanity and a rejection of demoralization. This is a call for national unity in a time of great peril.
Royce Alexander White
Free People of America
P.S. I truly hope that Russia and Ukraine find the courage to resolve this conflict before much more blood is spilled. My thoughts and prayers are with those who have already lost their lives or loved ones. War is a tragic part of life, but sometimes necessary. The real tragedy is when war has been provoked without necessity; when it comes to bear on the common people by the decisions of elites and oligarchs.
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