No Force, No Moral

Abstract: Why didn’t Obama outright jail the Crook of Apple Inc., on the ground of aiding and abetting terrorism? For the same reason as he became lupine Putin’s obsequious butler. Morality, the Roman mores, depends upon force always. However, masters’ servants are not reputed for the creative application of force.

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The universe is created by force. Giant supernovae explode, generating the heavy elements which can then combine and create chemistry. Some want to say the universe is not about force, just harmony, love, etc. Yes, the universe, the human universe, is also about love and harmony. But fundamentally, it’s a balance of forces.

Unbalancing those forces lead to holocausts. Or, as we can now clearly see, even worse.

Did Obama Understand What His Primary Mission Was?

Did Obama Understand What His Primary Mission Was?

… Or is it that the job of the leaders in Washington is to let the world down, so that they can come on top? (And New York’s Daily News is not cynical enough.)

The universe, and our knowledge of it, is not just about force, violence, but also about chance, serendipity.

The new LIGO observatory of space deformations detected gravitational waves when it had just been turned on for its first engineering run, after being closed for improvements, during five long years. It was supposed to officially open four days later. The observed Black Holes have masses too large for usual astrophysics. Collapsing stars are supposed to give BH no more than 11 solar masses (long story), a third of what was observed here. This is an important new riddle emerging.

There is a brand new ceasefire in Syria. Putin rules, Obama cleans his shoes (some will say that’s what, for psychological reasons, this is to be expected: after all, Putin is a wilful white man, a killer, a conqueror, an invader, not a self-important, obsequious butler).

In 2013, The French Republic was ready to strike Assad. Assad had crossed the ‘red line’ of massive, blatant usage of nerve gas (in a suburb of Damas). Who had set the ‘red line’? The USA. The President of the USA had declared, solemnly, that if Assad used chemical weapons on its own people, the USA would take him out. Indeed, the war in Syria had started with peaceful protests. Assad reacted with gunfire, and then unleashing, and feeding (by buying its oil), the Islamist State. So Assad, son of his dictator father, was as culprit as possible.

The legitimacy of it all? 1) Human Rights. 2) Syria is within the European defense zone, so to speak (as demonstrated by the refugee problem). 3)Syria as a French Protectorate (given by the SDN, after the Turkish empire got ejected). 4) Further back, Syria was part of the “Oriental Part” of the Roman empire for seven centuries, until it was invaded by the Muslim Arab army which killed all males of weapon bearing age.

One can view the latter invasion as an UNJUST war, and such wars can be reversed.

The Roman Republic rightly made a big deal of JUST wars, which were basically defense wars: Rome was attacked, and then the aggressor was taken out. This is what happened, until the Third Punic war (in which Carthage was in the right, and the right-wing, plutocratic fanatics in the Senate, in the wrong). The next problem was Caesar’s Bellum Gallicum, where there again, Caesar’s adversaries pointed out that he, Caesar, had been the aggressor in Gaul (although the situation was complex, since the (misled) Helvetii had attacked, and Caesar initially intervened to help allies against the (future) Swiss. But then Caesar and his ten legions exceeded the mandate…

In any case, re-establishing democracy and republic in places which knew these under Rome is, arguably a just war.

Instead, Obama showed the defense of human rights by the USA was a lot of hot air. Putin invaded Ukraine 6 months later. Now he is making Syria into a client state. If he follows his model in Chechnya, he will kill up to 15% of the population, to install firmly his own Pluto.

(Said Pluto in Chechnya would have killed Boris Nemtsov, exactly a year ago to the day, with four bullets in the back, below the Kremlin; that’s convenient, as the Chechen Pluto is head of state, so hard to prosecute.)

Now that it is established the USA is hot air, nobody fears it. China is promptly installing radars on islands just off the Philippines, that it just created. Obama will punish the Chinese dictatorship by looking haughty until Mr. Xi and his goons surrender.

Where does Obama’s mentality comes from? Well, European pacifists are pretty much to be accused. The only European country defending Europe’s Lebensraum (vital space in German; a term Hitler used; that does not mean it never has any validity), is the French Republic, with troops on the ground in combat in Syria, Libya, Mali, Niger, Chad, Cameroon, CAR, etc. This sort of pacifism caused two extended world wars which ravaged Europe.

In World War One, the Netherlands, with its accomplice the USA, extended the war by three years by breaking the Franco-British embargo. In World War Two, Sweden, the Netherlands and Belgium helped considerably in the defeat of France in 1940, and the subsequent French-Nazi ceasefire (which lasted, in practice, less than two years; yet, the evil was done, and dozens of millions died).

Obama’s lack of spine is not just about refusing to confront the Russian Caesar. Now the dark Pluto heading Apple refuses to release the communications of a mass murdering Islamist State terrorist. Why was that crook not charged with aiding and abetting mass murdering terrorism? Because such people are supposed to lead the world, and not be led by the world.

Were I president, I would arrest the crook, and apply the Patriot Act to him. He would then disappear from view. Then I would ask the same question to the second in command at Apple, five minutes later. Upon refusal, he would also be on his way to Guantanamo or somewhere. And so on down the line in the next hour, until one could crack the codes in the damn phone.

Instead we have the sorry spectacle that Apple makes the laws. Just like Apple gets its profits, hundreds of billions of them through the British Virgin Islands, to pay no tax whatsoever, Apple is supposed to keep on deciding what the law is.

It’s a matter of knowing what dominates: the law of We The People, with its equality of taxation, or the law of Them The Plutocrats, with the principle that Plutocrats decide what the law is.

Instead, civilization made laws in accordance with ethology, where all human beings are equal. Civilization arose from force, and so did the imposition of morality, which is not viable, without.

Don’t ask Obama, he is a lost little boy, in a land of big Plutos roaming, who are everything, whereas he is not much, and he needs to love them, should he want a job, next year.

The more sinister, and deeper level of analysis, of course, is that the USA’s plutocracy profited immensely from the weakening of European democracies in the Twentieth Century. Thus, cynics will argue, the morally lazy Obama is actually in the tradition of the most efficient American patriots: paying lip service to the morally correct, while implementing the dirtiest. But then, of course, most European leaders are accomplices to that… A curiosity explained by the nature of global plutocracy, and its Anglo-Saxon headquarters (including Bermuda, the British Virgin Islands, etc.) Several European leaders were partners at Goldman Sachs, and, one would gather, are still partners with Goldman Sachs. That may explain why the leaders of Goldman Sachs were not arrested for cooking the books in Greece.

What is most interesting in all this, is that common people are starting to notice that something is askew: most Americans think the country is “heading in the wrong direction”…

Patrice Ayme’

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18 Responses to “No Force, No Moral”

  1. Paul Handover Says:

    I think your position regarding the code on that iPhone is incorrect. It seems to me that if US agencies had the ability to sidetrack phone security then that would be in contravention of the 4th Amendment to the US Constitution.

    • Patrice Ayme Says:

      Dear Paul: I think your position is incomprehensible. 500 people were killed or gravely injured, just because Apple, a tax-thieving corporation, which has weakened the armies of the West all over, is led by crook who cooperates with terrorists. American and French intelligence agree that they would have been able to detect the attacks in California and Paris, if not for encryption they can’t break.

      All and any person facilitating the terrorist activities of a mass murderer should be arrested immediately. There has been enough tergiversation. Certainly the CEO of Apple is such a criminal. Terrorist mass murderers as in San Bernardino or Paris should have NO privacy RIGHT, WHATSOEVER. Besides, they are dead (except for one)., rightly executed by the police, or themselves.

      What Does the Fourth Amendment Mean?
      The Constitution, through the Fourth Amendment, protects people from unreasonable searches and seizures by the government. The Fourth Amendment, however, is not a guarantee against all searches and seizures, but only those that are deemed unreasonable under the law.
      Whether a particular type of search is considered reasonable in the eyes of the law, is determined by balancing two important interests. On one side of the scale is the intrusion on an individual’s Fourth Amendment rights. On the other side of the scale are legitimate government interests, such as public safety.

      The extent to which an individual is protected by the Fourth Amendment depends, in part, on the location of the search or seizure. Minnesota v. Carter, 525 U.S. 83 (1998).

      I guess it depends what one means by “people” and “reasonable” and “protect”.

      • Paul Handover Says:

        If you are saying categorically that those two terrorist attacks could have been stopped had US security been able to listen in then that’s an important fact. That assumes that the individuals were already known and identified.

        Millions of people with nothing to hide are, nonetheless, deeply concerned about a general loss of personal privacy.

        As with all laws and statutes it is how those on the edge of the legislation are treated.

        You also know that this individual, ergo me, is a passionate believer in “playing a straight bat”.

        • Patrice Ayme Says:

          That the attacks could have been prevented absent new style encryption, was asserted by officials from the CIA, NSA and their French equivalents. This does not assume the individuals were known and identified. However, the Belgian born national who organized the Paris attack was a terrorist celebrity, who had posed and shot movies of himself dragging many bodies behind SUVs he was driving. He was the most actively researched terrorist in Europe which he entered and left, accompanied with 90 others (they said) last time. Communications are essential.

          If they have nothing to hide, they have nothing to hide. So they should not behave as if they had something to hide. If they have something to hide, it should be exposed. If the government cannot be trusted, it should be fixed.

          I have nothing to hide, the government can follow me all day long. What I fear is terrorists: I was attacked several times, and bombed, and got death threats. None of these attacks or threats ever came from a government, although I lived in Algeria, Ivory Coast, Senegal, Mauritania, Niger, Mali, Peru, Bolivia, Iran, Mexico, Canada, USA, the EU, etc. And everywhere I went, I did not keep my mouth in my pocket.

          I will address this further in an essay today. Glad to see you have realized that the 4th amendment does not protect criminal or suspicious activities.

          • Paul Handover Says:

            Thanks Patrice, you are clearly privy to much more than this humble Brit. Albeit, a Brit who is now eligible to apply for U.S. citizenship, and desires to so do. Hence the new interest in matters of the Constitution!

            Fancy coaching me for my Civics test?😉

            • Patrice Ayme Says:

              Well, I delivered already with my little lesson on the 4th amendment, which is going to be part of today’s essay. You are welcome to keep on trying to persuade me that the US Constitution enables Apple Inc and its ilk to engage in mass criminal behavior. It will be my pleasure to show you ain’t so…

  2. Darko Mulej Says:

    I found some of your statements not so self-evident.
    I would be apriori wary of Deep State agencies like FBI, and wouldn’t use in (this case) irrelevant (if true) ad hominem attacks to Apple about tax evasion. For different take on the matter see f.e. Intercept .

    Isis is a by-product of botched US Iraq war, comparable to Mujahidin mutation into Talibans. It is more or less well known that Isis gest support from some Arab countries (probably Qatar and House of Saud) and even Turkey.
    And I would be very cautious about seeing ISIS attacks in Europe or USA prima facie .

    Responsibility for Ghouta chemical attacks is controversial.
    Maybe you blame Obama too much, after all he is Nobel Peace Prize Laureate🙂

    Didn’t quite get LIGO section, anyway Scott Aaronson is the only one I’m aware of to show some sceptical attitude:

    I’d personally wager 97% odds that the result stands after 6 months.

    • Patrice Ayme Says:

      Apple is a criminal organization, next essay.

    • Patrice Ayme Says:

      Scott Aaranson said nothing much. OK, he is no physicist. Einstein vacillated about gravitational waves, showing he did not understand the basic of field theory, of which the waves are a direct consequence, as a primary school child could be made to understand.

      Not calling criminals by their name is against my practice. Assda leads, and Apple is, a criminal organization. The leaders of both should go to jail. end of the story. Assad made chemical attacks, and is, anyway, the creator of the Syrian civil war (half a million killed).

      Obama killed innocent people for years, in drone strikes, “SIGNATURES STRIKES” which were INTRINSIC war crimes.

    • Patrice Ayme Says:

      The Deep State exists, but it is led by the nose by plutocracy.

      Apparently two other gravitational signals were detected, and VIRGO comes on line within a few months. One expects lots of events. It’s a new type of observatory.

    • Darko Mulej Says:

      So we disagree a little ..
      On sideways, Iran being main Assad’s ally, do you think it is just coincidence (I think not) that in this year two surprising events happened: first lifting Iran sanctions and yesterday’s start of temporary truce in Syria?

      And here some latest news form Tehran:

      Analysis: Lyse Doucet, BBC News international correspondent
      This stunning election result will make a difference in Iran’s engagement with the wider world.
      President Rouhani’s hand has been strengthened in parliament to help open his country to greater trade and investment. That will help him, and others in his reformist camp, to deepen the dialogue with the West, which began with negotiations on a landmark nuclear deal.
      But much of this opening will continue to be with Europe, rather than the US. Iran’s relationship with America is still complex and controversial.

      • Patrice Ayme Says:

        A bit early to analyze “surprising” results in Iran. There were two election, the national assembly, where the reformers grabbed all the seats in Teheran. However, the “Assembly of Experts” had outlawed 6,000 out of 12,000 candidates. That assembly dominates and was also under re-election. So we will see. We will see Tuesday.

        Saudi Arabia and Iran hate each other, a 13 centuries old story. Reform in SA did not happen. Iran, at least has had somewhat real elections. Obama did a good choice by choosing Iran over SA.

    • Patrice Ayme Says:

      We have now an independent verification of the LIGO gravitational wave event: a gamma ray flash was detected, .4 second later.

      One second long gamma ray flash with 10,000 trillion times the power of the sun caused by Black Hole collision:
      https://www.quantamagazine.org/20160302-black-hole-flash/?utm_source=Quanta+Magazine&utm_campaign=6840410081-Quanta_Newsletter_Feb_27_2015&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_f0cb61321c-6840410081-389400625

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  3. indravaruna Says:

    Hey Ayme, how many shekels the jews are paying you?

    • Patrice Ayme Says:

      Nobody pays me for anything pertaining to this site. I am not venal as you seem to find natural people to be. Including, one has to deduce, yourself. Indeed, where did you get the opinion that everybody is doing anything against payment??? I guess, from self-examination, introspection. If you knew more about civilization and the universe, besides your hateful obsession with the Jews, you would realize that many, and actually most, human beings are NOT motivated by greed.

      Your comment was just an insult. There was no effort to quote a passage you found erroneous. Thus no effort to debate. I let it pass this time. However, should you persist, with raw insult, your comments will go in moderation, which means you will lose the privilege of publishing them directly. As other commenters pointed out, strange and hateful comments disgrace the site.

    • Patrice Ayme Says:

      Amusingly, I looked back at the essay which infuriated you. There was nothing on the Jews, whatsoever. So what happened? I just explained quickly that the Nazis and their ilk were MANIPULATED by American plutocrats. As you apparently sympathetic to Nazis (if not one of them), that was, no doubt, infuriating. Hitler as a toy and tool of American plutocrats!!! Horror of horrors. (Several of these US plutocrats, like the hyper plutocrats, the Warburgs, were originally German Jews, ha ha ha).

      Anyway, the Nazis were the best friends of US imperialism (and of Stalin!). A fact. Nazism was the worst enemy of whom they claim to be all out to save. No wonder you flew off the handle. Curiously I have been trying to explain this patiently for more than ten years. You seem a bit slow to get it… It’s a stage of acceptance called denial…

      • Lanister Says:

        You frogs got spanked in WWII. Pathetic losers.

        • Patrice Ayme Says:

          The French Republic declared war to the German Third Reich on September 3, 1939. Said Reich surrendered on May 8, 1945. Germany’s population collapsed from 80 million to 65 million. (The number of ethnic German killed was around ten million in the 1939-1948 period:
          https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/German_casualties_in_World_War_II

          The greatest French strategic victory was to force Hitler in a world war, five years before he was ready. Other French victories are too many to quote here… Bir Hakeim, where the Reich lost its only chance to destroy the British Eight Army, forced Hitler to take the Stalingrad/Caucasus gamble… As he could not get to Iraq’s oil field (and not eradicate Israel, as had been planned).

          Win and lose are notions for children. All what biology cares about is survival. Nazism was exterminated, the French Republic, direct descendant of the Roman Republic, is alive, and well enough to wage war in more than half a dozen countries. Its creation, the USA, is the one and only superpower, following basic French principles. Frogs are happy, swamp is warm.

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