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How little lies grow up to become treachery and treason.
October 13, 2012
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Treachery and Treason.

Vic Biorseth, Wednesday, October 10, 2012

Sir Walter Scott, in 1808 Scotland, wrote a poem titled Marmion, which contained a verse that was to become a virtual proverb over time throughout all of Western Civilization, and it was this:

Oh! What a tangled web we weave
When first we practice to deceive!

The reason those words strike a harmonic chord in the Western breast is that the instant we hear them we instinctively know that those words are true. The little fib later requires another lie to cover it up. Every lie leads the liar to become double-tongued and duplicitous. Reality, as portrayed by the liar, becomes split – that which is really true, and that which is not true, and which must be covered up by further lying, whether by commission, omission, or clever deceptive language. The liar begins to live two lives; the one that is real, and the one that is a false projection.

A lie is a deception. Every single lie is therefore treacherous.

Treachery is a secret or hidden deception that is a violation of confidence, allegiance, trust and faith. Treachery is betrayal. When the treachery is exercised against a nation, its government or its Constitution it becomes treason. When its ultimate aim is the destruction or replacement of a nation, its government or its constitution it becomes high treason.

The instant Karl Marx internalized Machiavelli’s The Ends Justify The Means, he became a treacherous liar.

All of Marxism is built upon treacherous lies. All of it, particularly his “history,” as elaborated upon in his Communist Manifesto, is one big treacherous lie.

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