Upon this Rock…

I was just listening to a speech delivered by former President, JFK. In his speech, which he talked about the press, and the release of information that could be harmful to the United States if it was released during a time of war (clear and present danger). He was referring to National Security, and how the release of certain information could put our country at risk.

The basis for this speech was partly to talk to Americans, about the importance of having to sometimes give up our 1st Amendment right to free speech if what we have to say gives an advantage to our enemy during a time of war.

He further explained the complications Americans face as a nation of free people. I don’t know if we still are, but we were at one time the envy of the world. Our freedoms and liberty made us the target of more than openly visible enemies.

This is when he mentions that America is the target of a monolithic ruthless conspiracy whose covert means involve infiltration and not invasion, subversion and not elections, and intimidation instead of choice. It’s guerillas by night instead of armies by day.

So, the problem here, is that America is constantly under attack even though our enemies aren’t visible. The last thing an honest and patriotic publication wants to do is put its own country at risk of loosing a war or getting invaded, so they refrain from speaking freely, but if we’re constantly under attack then..well, you can see the issue, but this isn’t about the first amendment.

Because of this speech I looked up the word monolith. A monolith is a huge, humongous, indivisible, immovable rock. It’s one very large rock. If something is monolithic it’s made of one large rock. So, when he refers to America’s enemy as a “monolithic ruthless conspiracy” that uses covert means, he’s saying our enemy has no weaknesses and operates in secrecy. It has no leaks because it’s whole.

Think about the opposite as something put together in many different sections with many different pieces. When something is put together from different pieces it’s always at risk of falling apart or leaking. Maybe there’s a weak section. A weak link in a chain, or one bad apple that spoils the bunch, right?

A monolith is whole all by itself. There are no weaknesses. It is what it is. It’s indivisible.

The opposite can be broken down.

This can be examined in several different ways.

The first, is that America is the target of a world wide conspiracy. The world around us is filled with monoliths. Italians come from Italy, Russians come from Russia, Indians come from India, Germans come from Germany, the French come from France, etc. What this suggests is that our greatest strength is in fact, our greatest weakness. Our diversity. America is a melting pot made up of people from all over the world who are seeking a better quality of life, liberty, and freedom.

Understand this, if American’s can come together and be whole, there’s nothing in this world that can beat us, but that’s hard to do. The Pledge of Allegiance says, “One nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all.

In order for us to be the greatest country in the world, and conquer the monolithic conspiracy, we must first believe in a higher power, God (whatever kind we chose). Then, and only then, with liberty and justice for all, we can be indivisible.

The second way is this:

Throughout the history of the world, empires rose up, and then they fell. The Akkadians, the Sumerians, the Babylonians, the Greeks, and the Romans, all rose to power and conquered before falling eventually. Now, it’s America’s turn.

This tells me a few things:

The world will support America, if America is successful. The Statue of Liberty was a gift from France. In a sense, they passed the torch to us, a new Nation. Rome and other cultures gave us architecture. From around the world, and from different cultures, we were gifted something.

If America shows weakness or looks like it’s falling apart, someone will come for our spot with the quickness. That means we lose our freedoms, liberty, and way of life, and fall into the hands of probably a dictator, while another country enjoys what we once had. If we don’t surrender it, then we’ll probably have to fight to keep it.

The monolithic ruthless conspiracy that preys on America, is the same enemy the other world superpowers fell to. This is a challenge to humanity. Did you get that? This is a challenge to humanity. This enemy of ours, the one we cannot see, has been the enemy of every other empire or superpower. They all fell.


Jesus said, Upon this rock, I shall build my church.”


On the surface of the earth, we have built our churches. All of us. Every culture, and every country. We live on the surface of the earth. Humanity lives on the surface of the earth.

The monolithic ruthless conspiracy is the enemy we can’t see because it’s the indivisible rock we live on.

Humans inherited the surface of the earth from a race of beings that were here already. Were did they go?

They went inside and underneath! Our enemy lives below us, and that’s why we built the church on top of it. Our planet must be layered in some way. We have a surface world and an inner or subsurface world.

As long as we keep looking up, as long as we keep believing there’s more out there, and as long as we believe in God, we can stay on top. We’re good as one nation.

But in order for us to do more, and in order for us to rise up and get the fuck out of here, we must conquer and defeat America’s enemy, which has been humanity’s enemy throughout time.

And in order for us to do that..

Liberty and justice for all makes our one nation that’s already under God, indivisible. Our nation of Americans must be indivisible like the rock we live on.

Our advances in technology have been beneficial, and I actually think any advancements we make are gifts. We’re restricted by time, and in time, we get a little smarter and evolve a little further. A boat allows us sail across the waters, and airplanes give us the ability to travel greater distances at faster speeds through the air. These advancements allow us to explore more of this rock we can’t see.

We have the ability within us, however, to rise above it all anytime we want. We can do that if we become indivisible.

Technology has also created a problems. Technology has given humans the power to manipulate other humans and our environment. Without the ability to fly or sail, there’s only one way to go.

We’re out and up, maybe it’s finally time to go down and in and see what this enemy of ours really looks like.

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