We’re being played, all of us. Left, right, gay, straight, none of those labels matter any more than Democrat or Republican. What matters is We the People are being played like the ignorant mark in a fast game of three-card Monte.
Our enemies, the enemies of these United States, are a sophisticated lot. And they know our penchant, our weakness, for hating the other guy. Doesn’t matter who the other guy is really or even what he says he stands for or doesn’t. All that has to happen for our enemies to win is for us to hate that other guy.
Hate is such a tool to herd humans, just like fear. Ask the Progressives running both parties as well as their respective medias–they use these tools all the time. Hate this, fear that, move, move, move into this sheep pen, get your brand R or D, then go stand in that line and don’t ask why no one who ever goes in that knocker’s door ever comes out except in pieces, as raw meat.
The global Progressives of both parties are playing our hate, our fears, pitting us against each other on a host of issues designed to distract so that we won’t see their ultimate goals until it’s too late. Until the roundup is complete for this election cycle, until the gates of the sheep pens have been locked down tight. Until we’ve all got our Rs or Ds branded to our right or left hips. Until we’re all standing dutifully in line talking trash about the sheep in that other line while awaiting our turn with the knocker.
And don’t think there aren’t trolls being sent here and everywhere over the Net to foster the divisions, to continually feed the electorate the illusion that our “two-party” system is giving them a choice. But listen to the silence when you ask them to explain why, in a Congress so purportedly divided nothing can be done, the Democrats teamed up with the Republicans to strip us all of our civil rights under clauses 1031-1033 of National Defense Appropriations Act, or NDAA. Or just how did Republicans manage to team up with those same Democrats to extend the Patriot Act? And all the while, the ongoing story from all the media, left and right, is how divided our Congress is, so divided that nothing of any real import to benefit us, you and me, can be done. There is no explanation that makes any sense–unless you’ve done your homework and realize that BOTH parties are rife with Progressives, and no matter which establishment candidate sits in that Oval Office, the Progressive agenda marches on, just like it has for the last 100 years.
The Progressive agenda began in earnest with the unconstitutional Federal Reserve Act of 1913. Since Congress passed the buck (pun intended) since that time when Congress “delegated” the minting of our money to a private global corporation, bit by bit, Congress has been giving away its power so as to render our voice in our own government impotent. Think about this for a minute. Of the three branches in government, who is our voice, who represents the will of the People? Congress. To render us powerless, to silence us in our own government, Congress had to be neutered. And what we’re seeing today–the hate, the fear, the division, the illusion of two party choice–is the results of that neutering. We the People, all of us, are left with a dictator whose face changes every four to eight years, a faceless tyrant who will stack our Supreme Court in the coming years AGAINST US AND OUR CONSTITUTION while we, with our labors, support the 535 Congressional parasites who all stand to benefit from our neutering.
What our enemies, the Progressives, know–and most of us, their marks, don’t–is that in order to save this country we need all of us, together. Hating your fellow American, whether he’s just plain ignorant, whether he’s an R or a D, or not, only serves our enemy’s purposes and none of our own.
Knowing our real enemies, and how they operate, is the only chance we have of saving this country. We must rise above the Progressive games of hate and fear, division by distraction, or we will fall. But either way, there’s simply no getting around the fact that whatever we the People choose to do, we’re going to do it together.