Sunday, December 13, 2009

The Left-Right Dilema

As I have stated many times, one large problem in this country is the false, left-right paradigm. This article states in a recent poll that 44% wish Bush was still president. WHAT? Have you 44% lost your minds? Those who are closely following the facts realize that Obama has not kept one single campaign promise, and subsequently has maintained and expanded Bush Incorporated quite nicely. This shows many troubling trends as a result. How can people not see a seamless agenda being executed? Do we feel so helpless we will believe any lie we are told?

First off, the whole idea of a republican anything should in fact be long dead in every one's mind. Let's see, 9-11, patriot act, two illegal wars, torture, economic collapse, yeah, I want Bush back.
Democrats? 2006 saw a democratic run congress, what changed? Nothing! Obama was elected for change, yet what do we have?Let me remind you of two warnings given to us by past presidents who discovered what was really going on in our government.

On January 17, 1961 president Dwight D. Eisenhower delivered his farewell address to the nation. His warning of the military-industrial-complex was not fully understood by most people. He feared that the driving force behind the military-industrial-complex was gaining so much power as to be unstoppable by any other agency. How interesting is it that the next warning came from none other than Eisenhower's predecessor, John F. Kennedy?

Kennedy's famous speech about secret societies said it all when he said, ......" for we are opposed around the world by a monolithic and ruthless conspiracy, that relies primarily on covet means, for expanding it's sphere of influence. On infiltration instead of invasion. On subversion instead of election. On intimidation instead of free choice. On gorillas by night, instead of armies by day. It is a system which has conscripted, vast human and material resources, into the building of a tightly knit, highly efficient machine, that combines, military, diplomatic, intelligence, economic, scientific and political operations." Who on earth do you think he was talking about?

We all know what happened to the president. What you may not realize is he was speaking from an insiders point of view. Kennedy was a known member of the Council on Foreign Relations. He was savagely murdered in broad daylight as a warning to anyone who would dare challenge them. No president has since. It is rumored that each new president is sat down and shown the Kennedy assassination film and then asked, "Any questions?"

The simple fact is American political parties have been hijacked by the Global Governing, New World Order gang that many call the Illuminati. This is the same force JFK was trying to warn us of. The same force who owns 96% of the mass media in America. Now do you understand why you have never known about them? Unless you have read some very specific books, you would have never known. It does not matter which side is in power. It's all a big show for you the citizen. Bread and circuses. Your media is propaganda and distraction. While they keep your focus on celebrities and crime, they move seamlessly into position to control the earth. The implications of their control reach into every aspect of your life. Their plan is to completely crash the country, so we will beg them for a solution to all our problems. It is much easier to believe this is not true. Are you really that ignorant? Of course not. Please stop supporting the puppet show that is the left/right false paradigm. Stop believing the utter bullshit fed to you on a platter.
Support only those who truly uphold a constitutional government. Do your homework. Understand the control mechanisms. JFK's secret society speech was delivered when I was an infant. I hear his request. I am trying to help. You can too, and pass the word on. I leave you with an excerpt of that remarkable speech. Remember, their goal is to ravage our country through economic collapse, destroying society, dismantling our constitutional rights. Maybe I'm wrong, but what if I am not?

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