Most Americans have been brainwashed to believe they have only two choices when it comes to selecting their political leaders. It’s either a Republican or a Democrat.
They rarely even consider there are other choices.
Rather than choosing a candidate that better reflects their values, they choose instead “the lesser of two evils.” And, they get what they choose… “evil.”
Beyond their rhetoric, there is very little difference between Republicans and Democrats in their actions, particularly in the BIG issues. They like to sound different, supporting the false left/right paradigm, but both the Republicans and Democrats parties are dedicated to the same Big Government and neither seem willing change that. Both parties seem to agree on the premise of spending your money, albeit for different programs and agendas that might please their base.
Consider the state of our economy, the protection of our liberties, and our health as a result of elections since 1913 following this misleading left/right paradigm.
The U.S. dollar has been continuously devalued and our coins have been debased by both parties. Through the years both Democrat and Republican have cooperated in preventing the Federal Reserve from being audited. Since 1913, when the Federal Reserve was created by Congress, your money has lost 96% of its purchasing power due to inflation.
A Communist inspired progressive tax system has been installed with both parties supporting its expansion. Neither party has done anything to push back on an ever increasing tax burden.
Both Democrats and Republicans have been responsible for squandering our nations wealth leaving generations not yet born with debts that can never be repaid. Today, the national debt is more than $21 Trillion and growing.
Both parties have been complicit in the corporate sellout of the American economy to international banking concerns leaving more Americans impoverished and dependent upon a collectivist government state. Republican and Democrat alike are both beholden to the same multi-national corporations that push the global governance idea. There has been no difference between Democrats and Republicans in their selloff of the nations food and water supplies to multi-national corporations that have depleted the nutrition found inside food and replaced it with bio-engineered genetically modified organisms.
Republicans and Democrats alike have profited in the widening of the income gap between the ultra-rich and the dependent poor while destroying the middle class. Representatives from both parties seem to go to Washington for the primary purpose of enlarging their personal wealth.
Democrats and Republican alike supported the illegal detention of Japanese-American citizens in World War II, and they continue to support unconstitutional legislation that detains and imprisons American citizens considered to be enemies of the State. Concentration style camps and detention facilities have been constructed around the country and bills are being introduced in Congress authorizing the Department of Homeland Security to implement its network of FEMA camp facilities to house U.S. citizens in the event of a national emergency or to “meet other appropriate needs, as determined by the Secretary of Homeland Security.”
Both parties have embraced and supported the expansion of the American Empire throughout the world and now have lowered the bar of war to be pre-emptive actions in violation of International Law. Their strategy is ordo ab chao (Latin for “out of chaos, comes order”) – one of the oldest mottos of Craft Freemasonry. As retired United States Marine Corps Major General Smedley D. Butler said, War Is A Racket. It’s perpetual qualities are profitable to the ruling elite who seem to always profit. After-all, they are supporting and financing both sides in the conflict.
Republicans and Democrats have both supported the erosion of Americans freedom as they have unanimously ignored the Constitution of the United States. The passage of unconstitutional law and a denial of liberty to men all happen because we permit it. Our leaders seem to forget the Federal Government was created by the States, not the other way around. This nation was established by God and the people, not by any government. Yet, “we the people” have permitted our government to become too big and powerful and now it exerts far more control over us than our founders originally intended.
Both parties have worked hand-in-hand in setting up a monopolized “for-profit” healthcare/insurance system that has resulted in an increase in just about every disease imaginable and out-of-control diseases that didn’t even exist in years past. As government bureaucracy continues to give preferences and protections to HMOs and trial lawyers, the winners will continue to be the Insurance companies, the pharmaceutical companies, and the federal government. The losers are American citizens who will pay ever rising prices and receive declining care while doctors continue to leave the profession in droves.
G. Edward Griffin said in The Grand Design, “The Grand Design has absolutely nothing to do with partisan politics. These men aren’t nearly as much Republicans or Democrats as they are world politicians, They’ve got bigger things to occupy their minds than mere party labels, To them, partisan politics is only a game to amuse the masses who crave the showmanship of big national conventions, the excitement of partisan campaigns, and the satisfaction of casting a vote in the illusion that, somehow, they’re really helping to decide the important issues of the day, But, with precious few exceptions, for the past two decades the American voter has had to make his choice between Grand Designer A and Grand Designer B.”
What America needs is a NEW paradigm. Washington needs to be wiped clean of the cronies that have established themselves as the only choice and have sold their offices to International bankers. We need leaders that believe in our historical roots and are committed to returning America to the Constitutional Republic set forth in 1776.
Does the Republican Party Represent You?
The Republican party has long been considered the representative of conservatism, but does it really reflect conservative values?
Republicans and Democrats alike were conned into voting for a $700 billion bank bailout of Wall Street’s most prominent and well-connected financial houses even though the vast majority of their constituents demanded they not support it.
2008 Republican Presidential candidate, John McCain, painted himself as a warrior against pork barrel spending, spending months traveling around the country boasting about his opposition to earmarks and pork-barrel spending and vowing to veto such spending, yet he voted for $100 billion of pork in the mortgage-bailout bill including tax breaks for: rum producers in Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands; producers of wooden arrows used for children’s toys; film and television producers; Indian tribes; railroads; “Domestic Production Activities” in Puerto Rico; and auto-racing tracks.
The legislation containing the largest tax increase in American history was sponsored by Republican, John McCain! Many Republicans joined their liberal counterparts in passing sham legislation that does nothing for public health, does not address their stated goals of reducing teen smoking, but rather nationalizes health care, raises taxes on the middle-class and extends the size and authority of government over private lives.
The 2012 Vice-Presidential candidate, Paul Ryan, was praised by top conservative voices as being what Presidential candidate, Mitt Romney, needed to win over Conservatives shying away from Romney’s dubious background. Ryan was called the GOP’s “moral compass” and The Wall Street Journal has editorialized that he “represents the GOP’s new generation of reformers.” Despite his fiscal responsible rhetoric, Ryan has voted to raise the debt ceiling multiple times and is an avid supporter of Washington’s foreign wars and the Military Industrial Complex. He voted in favor of the $700 billion Troubled Asset Relief Program (TARP). He defended the bill on the House floor saying, “Are we standing at the edge of this abyss? Nobody knows, but maybe. It’s very probable.” No, Mr. Ryan the whole crisis bringing you to this vote was a sham, a orchestrated theft of the American people. Ryan went on to say, “Colleagues, we’re in the moment. This bill doesn’t have everything I want in it — its got a lot of good things in it — but we’re here, we’re in this moment and if we fail to do the right thing, heaven help us.” Yes, Mr. Ryan… heaven help us. “This bill offends my principles, but I’m going to vote for this bill in order to preserve my principles, in order to preserve this free enterprise system,” Ryan explained.
Paul Ryan, also voted to extend the unconstitutional PATRIOT Act, supported the National Defense Authorization Act, and has voted to expand the Department of Homeland Security.
While Republican president Donald Trump claims to be pro-life and has moved to restrict federal government funding for abortion since taking office by pushing back the policies put in place by his predecessor, massive amounts of your tax dollars still goes to Planned Parenthood. He has repeatedly signed legislation that continues funding Planned Parenthood, apparently in exchange for money to fund the military and to avert government shutdowns.
Trump promised in his campaign that he would “drain the swamp,” but seems to only replaced one set of swamp creatures with another. And, who can forget the drumbeat of chants from Trump supporters, “Lock her up!”? Well, she’s still free and at-large.
Some Republicans opposed an effort within the RNC to cut off funding for candidates who support partial-birth abortion. John R. Kasich said, “The Republican National Committee from Washington should not try to dictate what public officials across the country are going to support. We are a pro-life party, but I don´t think we ought to go forward with that.”
In response to the terrorist attacks of September 11th, Republicans joined Democrats in droves to pass the unconstitutional USA Patriot Act leading to the mass dismantling of civil rights for all Americans, surveillance of all American citizens, and setting the stage for an American police state. Along with a Nazi like Department of Homeland Security, this law begat other laws that expanded the power of government to extend to ANY individual remotely suspected suspected of terrorist-related activities and redefining “domestic terrorists” to include anybody that supports the U.S. Constitution, those that read the Bible, or anyone else that disagrees with the collectivist goals of an out of touch centralized government. The Military Commissions Act and National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) suspended the constitutionally protected right of habeas corpus, codified military indefinite detention, and extends to even American citizens declared to be an unlawful enemy combatant.
Tea Party Caucus leader and 2012 Presidential hopeful Michelle Bachmann voted in Feb., 2011 to extend the unconstitutional PATRIOT Act. She talks loud and long about the Constitution and the Bill of Rights, but at the end of the day, does not support either. As a member of the House Intelligence Committee, it is fair to assume Ms. Bachmann is a tool for the CIA and the Pentagon and buys into their phony war on manufactured terror. The Bachmann-Palin neocons in Tea Party camouflage will take us down the same road as Bush – the same road followed by Obama. The globalist puppet masters need world war in order to sell their snake oil of globalist government and a return of serfdom to the masses.
Emerging from the Republican party are neoconservatives such as William Kristol, the founder of the Project for the New American Century. Neoconservative influence on American foreign policy became central with the Bush Doctrine of preventive war, which held that the United States should depose foreign regimes that represented a potential or perceived threat to the security of the United States, even if that threat was not immediate.