"The mind is a compact, multiply connected thought mass with internal connections of the most intimate kind. It grows continuously as new thought masses enter it, and this is the means by which it continues to develop."

Bernhard Riemann On Psychology and Metaphysics ca. 1860

"It is clear that the minds are the most important part of the universe, and that everything was established for their sake; that is, in choosing the order of things, the greatest account was taken of them; all things being arranged in such a way that they appear the more beautiful the more they are understood."

G. W. Leibniz

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Monday, September 21, 2015

The Shameful Truth About Theodore Roosevelt's Anglophilia

Thank you for this essay. You have accurately outlined some of the noxious beliefs of Theodore Roosevelt. It should also be noted that he was also a lifelong fervent admirer of the Confederate cause of his uncle, Confederate Admiral James Dunwoody Bulloch. Further relevant is the fact that this uncle happened to be the chief foreign agent of the Confederacy in England. Bulloch is believed to have financed the plot to assassinate Abraham Lincoln by secretly funneling funds from London through Canada to the circle of John Wilkes Booth! Roosevelt also promoted Charles Bonaparte to Attorney General, the openly pro lynch mob great nephew of Napoleon Bonaparte. The Bonaparte family through Napaoleon III was also militarily allied to the Confederacy via his puppet regime of Maximilian in Mexico. It is highly relevant that this same Charles Bonaparte created the Bureau of Investigation which would become the FBI used by J. Edgar Hoover to undermine the civil rights movement. 

Theodore Roosevelt was passionately attached to British Empire "white man's burden" style of imperialism, an Anglophile through and through. His hideous staged "big game hunting" massacres are part and parcel of that mindset. He should not be honored in the least. Mt. Rushmore was monumentally defaced by the inclusion of the portrait of "Teddy Roosevelt."  The sort of sanitized pabulum that views Theodore Roosevelt as a hero of "progressivism" is a shameful ruse that needs to be vigorously and mercilessly refuted at every occasion. 

Bully. Indeed.

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