One word aptly describes the current state of the American empire: schizophrenia.
Take Washington’s relationship to its subjugated white majority. One branch, the Department of Defense, appears to be quietly acknowledging that it can’t win wars if patriotic white men refuse to enlist. This epiphany is completely out of sync with the Department of Justice, which is rolling tanks into Middlesex County, New Jersey to terrorize and chase down the very same loyal white army men Uncle Sam desperately needs.
How about Venezuela? As Washington’s diplomats beg Nicolas Maduro, who they have spent years trying to overthrow, to sell America oil as a backup plan in case of a Middle East conflict, the US military is simultaneously supporting a brazen play by Guyana and Exxon-Mobile to drill for oil in the disputed Essequibo Strip. Venezuela has long claimed Essequibo to be part of its sovereign territory and Guyanese/US activities in the area are a direct violation of the 1966 Geneva Agreement. Venezuelan attempts to resolve the issue in appropriate venues have been ignored, leading them to begin mobilizing troops to their border and raising the prospect of war in the Western hemisphere.
After two years and $75 billion dollars (that we know of), Joe Biden gave a rare televised address to the American people seeking to give an explanation — for the first time ever — for why we need to deplete our treasury and weapons stockpiles to meddle in the Russo-Ukraine war. He awkwardly drew connections between propping up the thug-like Ostjuden junta ruling Ukraine to supporting Israel’s ongoing mass murder of Gazan children in an attempt to compel the Zionist-owned Republicans to back a $106 billion dollar foreign aid package, which only served to confuse ordinary Americans unfamiliar with the Jewish machinations driving these foreign policy decisions behind the scenes. Two weeks later, Biden administration officials started leaking to the media that they are actively looking to negotiate Ukraine’s surrender, confusing the situation even further.