Earle Lytton Bulwer-Lytton nearly described reality accurately in his lines from Richelieu, Act 2, Scene 2, "Beneath the rule of men entirely great, the pen is mightier than the sword." In reality, what is done with the pen can be mightier than what is done with the sword. The United States has now demonstrated in three consecutive wars that what is done with military superiority does not ensure defeat of a declared enemy. There is a reason for this inability to defeat enemies in war.
Taking control of another nation or culture requires one of five specific changes in the social processes of that nation or culture. If none of those changes are made it does not matter how many soldiers occupy the land. One of the great ironies is that force of arms is only an absolute necessity to achieve one of the changes. The other four can all be achieved without resort to arms. Despite having military superiority in Vietnam and twice in Iraq, the Unites States failed to achieve any of the five social changes that would make them victorious.
This insight is one of two necessary to defend against the cultural warfare directed against the United States. It is no secret that forces inside and outside the United States are attempting to destabilize and destroy the Nation for economic, political, religious, and sexual agendas.
The second insight needed is that all religious and political conflicts are in fact conflicts over which definition of reality everyone involved in the conflict will live under. For example, homosexuals must put in place mechanisms that force everyone else to live under a reality model that homosexual relationships constitute marriage. Most people are so entrapped in the emotions of their respective position that this insight eludes them. This second insight is important because in such conflicts the reality model that most closely corresponds to objective reality will have the more effective survival applications. Again, using the homosexual agenda as an example, homosexual "marriages" are reality models that have low survival application because they constitute social units that do not reproduce themselves. They can only replicate themselves as social units by seizing children from heterosexual marriages through one mechanism or another and rasing them to participate in homosexual relationships.
On the assumption that finding the objective truth will have the greatest survival application in the cultural wars being waged against families and a stable civilization, THE SOCIOLOGY CENTERTN has initiated seven special research projects that will rely on the public to collect and submit the essential objective verifiable information and records.
Below are links to the seven specific projects and information available to date. Anyone who can provide documentary evidence for any or all of the projects in the form of photographs, news reports, police reports, legal records, studies, forensic reports, scientific papers and other objective information or the specific location and identifiers of documentary evidence please send the information to:
Special Research Projects
THE SOCIOLOGY CENTER
P.O. Box 101
Worthington, KY 41183
Telephone: (606) 836-7613
Additional information and instructions will be found at each Project page.
|CHILD SLAVE TRADE PROJECT||UNEXPLAINED MISSING PERSONS PROJECT||CLASSIFIED ARCHAEOLOGY, ANTHROPOLOGY AND SOCIAL RESEARCH PROJECT|
|ORGANIZED CRIME AND FRAUD IN SCIENCE||GOVERNMENT CATASTROPHIC NATURAL DISASTER PLANS PROJECT||SUPPRESSED SCIENCE PROJECT|
|OCCURRENCE OF INTERSPECIES COOPERATION PROJECT|
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