by Michael Gaddy, ©2016, blogging at The Rebel Madman

u-s-constitution(Dec. 13, 2016) — “The argument that the two parties should represent opposed ideals and policies, one, perhaps, of the Right and the other of the Left, is a foolish idea acceptable only to doctrinaire and academic thinkers. Instead, the two parties should be almost identical, so that the American people can “throw the rascals out” at any election without leading to any profound or extensive shifts in policy.” ~ Carroll Quigley

We have known since November 8th of this year that at least 200 million American voters actually believe they can change the policies and direction of government by voting. And most of those 200 million become very angry if one tells them voting is an effort in futility and that no matter who they vote for the government gets elected, every time!

So-called “conservatives” have very narrow minds or extremely limited cognitive abilities. Their myopic mindset leads them to believe that anyone who has the temerity to question the unconstitutional acts of “conservatives” must be, by default, a Hillary supporter. There is no thought they might be staunch supporters of our Constitution for everyone knows that “conservatives” are always right and anyone who questions that premise must be for Hillary. These people should have been alive in Germany during the 30’s and 40’s, for without a doubt they would have been faithful members of the National Socialist Party because it would have totally fit their mindset.

As previously stated, at least 200 million Americans actually believe they can change the course of government by simply voting. Despite the visible strings, most cannot fathom for a moment that all candidates are properly vetted by the power cabal, shadow government, deep state or whatever name one chooses to call them, and politicians are mere puppets who dance to the tune of the unelected, powerful, monied group that really controls this country.

Some of these puppets might not completely understand the extent of this control until they find themselves elected and are quickly visited by the real power players, but they learn very quickly. Some of them might be a little stubborn at first, but they are quickly advised as to how those who don’t follow orders are dealt with. Perhaps some are shown pictures of JFK, RFK, and George Wallace as a gentle but most effective reminder.

Is it possible we are witnessing a little reminder of the powers of this cabal even now? Could Trump, possibly believing he actually has some authority now that he has been elected, be now dealing with a simple reminder of the power of these people? Could the threat of a recount, a new election sponsored by his good friends down at the CIA, or an electoral college revolt, be used to control who is and who is not given positions of power within Trump’s cabinet and administration? When he picks the right ones as directed by the power cabal, will things revert to what passes for normal in the District of Criminals? We shall see!

Either the above is true, or Donald Trump lied through his teeth to those who supported him at the polls. How else does one justify the numerous picks for cabinet and administration positions who were, at one time or another, closely connected with Goldman Sachs? Why else would his pick for VP, SecDef, National Security Advisor, and Director of Homeland Security all be staunch supporters of an “Israel First’ policy and very strong opponents of Iran? Especially, when campaign trail Trump indicated wars in the Middle East are bad for America? Did Trump not say that George W. Bush lied us into war in Iraq? Why else would he criticize both Hillary and Ted Cruz for their affiliations with Goldman Sachs and then place three people with strong affiliations with Goldman Sachs in his cabinet?

In my voting-age lifetime, I have witnessed 14 different presidential elections. At each election cycle, I saw Americans become most passionate about their particular candidate and loudly proclaim their choice was going to revitalize the spirit of freedom and liberty and return us to constitutional limitations on government. Those were also the claims and promises of the various candidates over that time span. In the 48 years since I cast my first presidential vote, that has never happened. Tyranny has grown and grown; our Constitution has been eviscerated and freedom and liberty have become nothing but words on parchment and phrases in songs.

To a logical mind, doing the same thing over and over again for 48 years to continually worsening results would indicate some degree of insanity, just as Einstein stated. But, please don’t try to point that out to those wonderful “conservatives” because, if you do, you will be immediately labeled a “Hillary supporter.”

My prediction for the next couple of years is this: things are going to continue to worsen for individuals and their rights. We will see more and more infringements on our Creator-granted rights; there will be a rush to continue the destruction of the white race and their moral values, history and symbols; there will be more and more illegal immigration and refugee rescues financed with taxpayer dollars to further dilute and weaken what could only be called the founding values of this country.

We currently have at least one federal government agency to insure all ten planks of the Communist Manifesto are fully implemented in this country. Trump will do nothing to stop this for it will be out of his control. Socialism will reign supreme in America. If that socialism takes on a Nationalist flavor, warmongers of all stripes will sing its praises. “Welfare is Bad, War is Good,” they will continue to chant, not realizing both have destroyed Liberty in this country. Nothing a liberal likes more than welfare and nothing a conservative likes more than war, while both see the Constitution as an impediment to their goals.

As the voting electorate becomes more and more ignorant, there is little hope enough people will awaken to the reality of their own well-orchestrated demise to actually stand up and do something. As long as a majority believe all they have to do to effect change in this country is vote, the die is cast. America will become just another socialist third-world cesspool and the ignorant will be splashing in the political waste and beckoning others to “come on in, the water is fine” but don’t forget to vote for more sewage, first!

“Perhaps the fact that we have seen millions voting themselves into complete dependence on a tyrant has made our generation understand that to choose one’s government is not necessarily to secure freedom.” ~ F. A. von Hayek



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