The Elite’s 10 Pronged Attack on Freedom

I have never witnessed such a multi-faceted attack on Ron Paul, the Tea Party and the Freedom Movement as I have seen recently. The Elite are not taking any chances for the next “Most Important Election Ever” in 2012. For a guy that the Republican Establishment say can’t win, they sure do spend a lot of time attacking Ron Paul. The Elite are broadening the attack on Ron Paul and the Freedom Movement before the political pre-season even begins. Donald Trump fires the latest shot across the bow of the Ron Paul R3volution at the Conservative Political Action Committee today.

From Politico.com:       He got his loudest applause, though, for a shot at perennial presidential candidate — and CPAC star — Ron Paul. “Ron Paul cannot get elected … I like Ron Paul … But he has zero chance of being elected,” said Trump.

I called Donald Trump out two weeks ago in my article, Donald Trump- Hypocrite, Elitist Tool and War Monger. I saw that Trump was raising the trial balloons for a Presidential run with his fiery rhetoric against China. Since then, he has gone on Oprah, just like the other establishment candidate Obama, to polish his gaudy, comb-over, abrasive, arrogant image. Trump is not a serious contender, though he will make a big impact for the next year as a media circus clown saying outrageous comments that more serious candidates would not say. His role is to bring the outspoken and pissed off Republicans who are angry at the world, back into the Two Party Control Paradigm. He will be successful in bringing a lot of “yeah what he said!” people back into the controlled opposition camp. Ultimately he will fade during the primaries but his job will be done as a clever political opportunist whose main job it is to bully Ron Paul.

I have written extensively about how the National Tea Party movement will fail. The same Elite that control both the Republicans and the Democrats are infiltrating, subverting and destroying the Tea party. (See Beware of Patriot Pied Pipers and A Snake in the Grassroots of the Tea Party.) The Elite know that in order to quell dissent and Revolution they must at all costs keep people working inside of their control paradigm of the Two Party System. They must keep the masses fooled into thinking that real change comes from voting for the lesser of two evils. The Elite also know that Ron Paul is the tip of the spear of the real threat of the Elite’s power and will do everything they can to stop him and his ideology.

In the 2008 election the Elite tried to ignore Ron Paul but that failed when he broke fund-raising records outside of the Republican establishment. They then laughed at him for his seemingly old fashioned beliefs in the Constitution, and that failed as he became even more popular. They then attacked him heavily in the primaries. The only thing the Democrats and Republicans could agree on was that Ron Paul was not a serious candidate and had to be stopped.

Ron Paul’s ultimate success was sparking a fire that spread across the country that created the Tea Party. His Constitutional view of the world attracted millions of people from across political lines into an emerging third party. His fiscal conservatism matched his non-interventionist foreign policy. His attack on our debt/money system and the Federal Reserve showed his ability to hack at the real root of all of our problems.

This time around the Elite are not going to ignore Ron Paul and let him get his momentum going. They are not going to laugh at him and give him the chance to debate the issues. They are going to attack him early and hard. We are a little under two years away from this election and the Elite are not wasting time.

Let’s look at the 10 ways the Elite are already moving in to castrate the Freedom Movement.

  1. Glenn Beck- On CNN this snake oil salesman mocked Ron Paul and his supporters calling them potential domestic terrorists. Now he gets a $50 million dollar deal from NeoCon Godfather Ruppert Murdoch and now this actor is Paul Revere with his contrived acts of patriotism. He has carefully produced segments, book deals and rallies. He is the epitome of the Pied Piper, luring his faithful listeners with a good tune, only to let them down by supporting $700 billion dollar banker bailouts or the dastardly Patriot Act. Glenn is there to get the sensible or moderate minded male Republicans from leaving the controlled paradigm.
  2. Sarah Palin- This pin up girl is as much as a marketers dream for the Republicans, as Barack Obama was for the Democrats. This empty headed sock puppet is well financed and publicized. She is merely a front for Arch Globalist and War Criminal Henry Kissinger. Sarah is there to win over all of the moms out there who would love to see one of their own make it to the top.
  3. Donald Trump- Now we have a brash cartoon like character that is not scripted and polished to do some of the dirty work for the establishment. Being a celebrity, billionaire, loud mouth, divorcee, real estate mogul from New York, Trump will be the heavy hand that was missing in the 2008 election. He will succeed where Rudy Giulianni failed with Ron Paul in the 2008 primaries. Trump is used to get those Republicans who want dramatic change who now occupy the Tea Party. (Read how the Elite plan on using China as a scape goat for all of their sins against America.)
  4. Ronald Reagan’s Ghost- The Republican Establishment hated Reagan until he was out of office. He ran circles around the George Bush Republicans with his eloquent and thoughtful communication with America. Reagan’s legacy had two major flaws since he was the one that started us on this never ending debt spiral and created this Trillion dollar a year, globe spanning, Imperialistic Military Industrial Complex. The Elite are craftily using Reagan as a way to justify debt and war. This is a direct attack on what the Constitution says and what Ron Paul’s campaign is all about. Reagan is there to get the older Republicans to reminisce about the good ole’ days. I am sure that the Elite will role out a guy that will fit this bill.
  5. Tea Party Organizations- I wrote about a fairly big Tea Party organization that is out right against Ron Paul and anything to do with Libertarian or Constitutional policies. There are organizations that have taken huge donations from supportive members of the Tea Party and have done nothing with it other than fund their huge advertising budget to get even more money. This is a way of getting people not to trust others for fear of being scammed or worse supporting those wolves they are fighting against.
  6. NeoCons- At CPAC Dick Cheney had the balls to give Donald “Abu Grahib, Guantanamo, WMD, Patriot Act, unknown unknowns” Rumsfeld the “Defender of the Constitution” Award. Do I really need to go into this bullcrap?! They will attack the Constitutionalists as weak on defense and justify further debt, war, and intrusions on our lives.
  7. Wikileaks- I firmly believe that even this whistle blowing site is just a CoIntelPro PsyOp used by the Elite to disseminate lies and may even act as an excuse to shut down the most powerful weapon against the Elite, the internet. This secretive and centralized side of the Freedom Movement is not to be trusted. Look for sites like OpenLeaks.org to be an area of hope in the future.
  8. Main Stream Media- The Elite’s old and dying battle horse is still a force to contend with. You will see much more unfair coverage like that of George Stephanopoulos. This attack is to sway independent minded people in to not even looking into Ron Paul or his message.
  9. Democrats- What would the False Left Right Paradigm be if you could not rely on the Democrats to attack any threat to their grip on power. Anytime you see both parties agree on something, hold on to your horses. Some examples like the Patriot Act and the $700 Billion dollar bankster bailout. The Democrats will do their best to keep their sheeple in line and not looking for an alternative way out of this Paradigm we are stuck it.
  10. Pseudo Tea Party Republicans- Michele Bachmann (founder of the Tea Party caucus), Kristi Noem, and Allen West all voted for the renewal of the Patriot Act. These political opportunists suckered money and votes from the Freedom Movement and voted for the renewal of one of the most dastardly acts since the Alien and Sedition Acts.

I am sure that there will be more tricks the Elite will use to stifle any real dissent or education of the masses and I will be here to call it as I see it. Don’t fret freedom fighters, their system is going to collapse of its own cancerous excesses. Economic reality will hit them way before any political reality does. Keep spreading the truth and ideas and get prepared for one hell of a ride. If you want solutions, I have created a huge Academy to teach a decentralized approach to not only fight this collectivist monstrosity but protect everything you value during the transition into a post dollar world. When you are aware, you can prepare.

34 comments to The Elite’s 10 Pronged Attack on Freedom

  • What is the Depository Trust & Clearing Corporation?

    There is a busy little private company you probably never have heard about, but which you should. Its name is the Depository Trust & Clearing Corporation. See their website. Looks pretty boring. Some kind of financial service thing, with a positive slogan and out there to make a little business. You can even get a job there. Now, go and take a look at their annual report. Starts with a nice little Flash presentation and has a nice message from the CEO. And take a look at the numbers. It turns out that this company holds 23 trillion dollars in assets, and had 917 trillion dollars worth of transactions in 2002 alone. That’s trillions, as in thousands of thousands of millions. 23,000,000,000,000 dollars in assets.

    As it so turns out, it is not because DTCC has a nice website and says good things about saving their customers money that they are trusted with that kind of resources. Rather it is because they seem to have a monopoly on what they do. In brief, they process the vast majority of all stock transactions in the United States as well as for many other countries. And – and that’s the real interesting part – 99% of all stocks in the U.S. appear to be legally owned by them.

    How did this happen?
    And why is this mega-monopolizer so hidden from public scrutiny? It turns out it’s part of the Federal Reserve Bank. Big surprise. These same owners and players mandated that all transactions have to go through their subsidiary. And not just go through it for all the profits and asset holding interest the transaction will bring, but they are given ownership of everyone’s assets in the process!

    In the old days, when you owned stocks you would have the stock certificates lying in your safe. And if you needed to trade them, you needed to get them shipped off to a broker. Nowadays that would be considered very cumbersome, and it would be impractical to invest via computer or over the phone. So the shortcut was invented that the broker would hold your stocks instead of you. And in order for him to legally be able to trade them for you, the stocks were placed under their “street name”. I.e. they’re in the name of the brokerage, but they’re just holding them in trust and trading them for you. And you’re in reality the beneficiary rather than the owner.

    Which is all fine and dandy if everything goes right. Now, it appears the rules were then changed so the brokers are not allowed any longer to put the stocks in their own name. Instead, what they typically do is to put the stocks into the name of “Cede and Company” or “Cede & Co” or some such variation. And the broker might tell you that it is just a fictitious name, and will explain why it is really more practical to do that than to put it in your name.

    The problem with that is that it appears that Cede isn’t just some dummy name, but an actual corporation that DTCC controls. And, well, if you ask anybody about this, who actually knows about it, they will naturally tell you that it is all a formality. To serve you better, of course. And, well, maybe it is. DTCC seems like a nice and friendly company. It is a private company, owned by the same people (major U.S. banks) who own the Federal Reserve Bank. And if they all stick to their job, and just keep the money and your stocks flowing smoothly, I’m sure that is all well and good. But if somebody at some point should decide otherwise, and there’s a national U.S. emergency and/or the U.S. government becomes unable to pay its debts, well, they might just not give you your stocks back. Because legally they own them. Something to think about.

  • Ray

    Silver Shield,

    The Sons of Liberty Academy is really fantastic! I highly recommend the Academy and the hard work and dedication to the truth that Silver Shield has put forth for defenders of Freedom and Liberty.

    The betrayal of the Tea Party loyalist is becoming evident. A rebellion is brewing day by day, and the Power Elite have every right to be very worried.

    Awaken People don’t be fooled again! Join the Academy..

    Ray

  • JFHunt

    Thanks Angel. Very good comment. I have shared on Facebook along with similar information.

    Wikipedia Description
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Depository_Trust_%26_Clearing_Corporation

    Document of the System Function and Operation
    http://publikationen.ub.uni-frankfurt.de/volltexte/2007/4885/pdf/ILF_WP_068.pdf

  • denny

    Wish you had printed Democrats/Republicans for # 9. Almost 100% of the anti-Patriot Act votes were Democrats and I don’t like them either. Most folks don’t get it yet – It’s the Dem/repugs against the rest of us struggling to make it as both parties continues looting our present and future. It’s not a right/left paradigm anymore. It’s the elites versus the rest of us – top/bottom.

  • Ray

    This is an email to Backstabber Bachmann,

    To: Michelle Bachmann,

    I am MAD as HELL!!!!

    How DARE you vote for the UNCONSTITUTIONAL Patriot Act?!!

    I feel betrayed! I feel used and lied to. I thought you were going to stand up for freedom and liberty? I thought you were going to fight against the ever growing big government that is eroding our Bill of Rights!?

    Please remove me from you backstabbing email list!!

    With liars like you, the Tea Party is dead! Ron Paul is the ONLY member of Congress with any integrity. You have NONE.

    Thanks for breaking my heart and destroying any remaining hope I had for Freedom and Liberty..

    HOW DARE YOU ASK MY FOR MONEY, AFTER YOU HAVE BETRAYED YOUR TRUST FOR FREEDOM!

    Ray
    Fighting for Freedom and Liberty

  • rumpelstiltskin

    Sorry, but it is Sarah Palin [the one who didn’t attend the left leaning CPAC], that is really being attacked, even here. What does that tell you about Sarah Palin, “she is right on track”.
    Ron Paul is to far out for a country gone wild, to get elected (even though some of what he says is correct).
    Do you think he will pull any apeciable amount of Independents, Leftist, democrats, moderate conservitives? NO! He appeals to a very small range of hard core conservitives, and doesn’t have the capacity to move more liberal agenda, and middle of the road people to his corner.
    However Sarah Palin does.

  • tithonia1

    Silver Shield,
    While no one can be certain how a politician outside of the beltway crowd will eventually handle world elitists and their ilk, I can assure you that you are way out of line calling Sarah Palin an ’empty-headed sock puppet’, not to mention way out of school! You need to read two books and then you’ll have a difference of opinion, I fear. 1-Going Rogue & 2-America By Heart, then maybe you’ll realize that Sarah is a true American with Ronaldus Magnus principles and everything we need right now in this troubled time. The Liberal Left are gasping for air in fear of her, and the country club RINOs fear her as well, in case you haven’t noticed. It would do you good to do more research on Sarah Palin before you include her in the America-hater groups and in the elitist crowds camp. Most politicians would not refuse talking to or taking a picture with Mister Kissinger.

    • Silver Shield

      tithonia1

      Do you really believe that Sarah Palin actually wrote any of those books? Or is it ghost writers and marketing and policy wonks doing it…

      How about her speeches? Do you think she sits down and puts pen to paper and comes up with those ideas, I know speech writers that make $250,000 a year writing that tripe they spew….

      Do you think she is getting speaking engagements? Do you know she made $25 million a year doing speeches, REALLY?! She is that great? Or is it to buy suck her into the system.

      Does she come up with her talking points? Politicians don’t even write the laws, why would they come up with talking points?

      How about even picking out her clothes? The RNC spent more money on her barbie doll clothes than you owe on your house, yeah that is real…

      NO, everything is scripted, planned and produced to fool you like any good marketing campaign.

      Show me a politician that speaks with passion without a teleprompter!

      Show me a politician that asks questions and not give BS answers!

      Show me a politician that hacks at the root of our problems and not just plays party politics!

      Liberals/Conservatives Democrats/Republicans Socialist/Fascists it does not matter…

      Our world shrinks as the Elite gain power.

      This isn’t directed at you…

      I am just tired of this charade and look forward to the final act where all this comes together finally for people.

      BTW Henry Kissinger is a War Criminal. Watch this… http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-2411718527195635002#

      “Military men are dumb, stupid men to be used as pawns in foreign Policy.” Henry Kissinger

      Think about that when someone you love is sent off to war to be his “pawn”

  • Mike on the Motorbike

    To rumpelstiltskin: Please, please, please wake up and smell the coffee. Sarah Palin is a complete elitist tool and, well, “call girl” if you will. She will do anything she is told, just shove some money in her pocket. She wants what all elitist want – a one world government controlled by them (the elitists). Ron Paul is the only one that I know of with any integrity.

    You say that Ron Paul only appeals to “hard core conservatives.” Not true. Ron Paul is for freedom. Ron Paul is for the common man, and for the U.S. Constitution which made this the richest, freest and the most succesful country in the history of the world.

    Ron Paul for president! God save our country! Save America – Ron Paul for president!

    We have to quit believing in the “Democrat” and “Republican” front men who want to destroy America – they feed us lines of B.S. and then turn around and betray us. Remember “Change you can believe in” which was really “chains (of slavery) you can believe in.”

  • Mike on the Motorbike

    Looks like Ron Paul (and his son, Rand Paul) scare the elite. Ron Paul is doing much better than they want people to know. And yes SS (Silver Shield), freedom is popular. The lack of freedom is slavery, which is where the elitists want to lead us. Here’s a link which shows that Ron Paul is doing well as a potential presidential candidate:

    http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2011/feb/12/rep-ron-paul-captures-cpac-straw-poll/

    So BUZZ OFF, you “tool” Donald Trump. You’re fired!

    On a related note, I was quite impressed to see this young congressman (Paul Ryan, R-Wisconsin) grill Ben Bernanke on the financially reckless policies of the U.S. He seems very smart, and on the ball!

    http://www.garynorth.com/public/7626.cfm

    (see the Video on page: “Paul Ryan Questions Bernanke.”)
    Maybe a good running mate for Ron Paul!

  • Mike on the Motorbike

    It’s on Yahoo too! (about Ron Paul). Wake up Americans, so that your children will be free as you were. Freedom is not free! It must be vigorously defended, and protected.

    http://news.yahoo.com/s/afp/uspoliticsrepublicans

  • Rat-a-2-E

    Angel – good videos, HOWEVER, some guy left a comment under the video of Max Keiser interviewing that guy David Degraw. Here is his comment:

    I like max and this guy starts out ok but…. when david starts talking about unsustainable food markets and blaming the population for it he begins to sound like a rotheschild. We could quite easily feed, cloth, and house every human being on earth no problem. What He needs to understand is that the world will go as the world goes. Some will starve and some will over-consume, most of us fall somewhere in the middle. Cest la vie!

    godbluffvdgg 3 months ago.

    I totally agree with this guy who left the comment. These elitists are SCUM! They totally want to wipe out much of the earth’s population. They have been propagating the LIE of OVERPOPULATION for many, many years. The earth is a wonderful place created by a loving God, and its resources are very abundant. If we didn’t have the corrupt governments and the SCUM BANKERS, this world would be a much better place, and everyone would be fed and clothed. The bankers only care about MONEY AND THEMSELVES. THEY HATE PEOPLE, thus they continually say “there are limited resources” and “mankind is destroying the earth” (global warming). These are all lies. These same elitists are the cause of the war in the mideast, and they also run the international drug trade. The god of these evil elitists is Satan, the god of darkness, the father of all lies.

  • rumpelstiltskin

    Sorry Mike on the Motorbike and Silver shield:
    I can post a picture of Ronald Reagan and David Rockefelt if you like, then you will be claiming Reagan was a leftist.
    I don’t think you get it:
    Correct me if I’m wrong, because I refused to go, but didn’t Ron Paul make the big compramise, and go to the gay exstavaganza called CPAC for the hetrosexually challenged? Isn’t Ron Paul set in motion to start a 3rd party which would be a 2nd conservitive party to pull enough votes away from a conservitive easy win to make sure BO wins.
    The only one with moral conviction not to attend gay CPAC was Sarah Palin, she is actually a born again Spirit filled Christian. I can not say that with any conviction to anyone who compramise for poitical gain with gogaypride that they know Jesus!
    I would say, wake up! Only one person doesn’t compramise morals, that’s Sarah!

  • Angel

    Secret Teachings of All Ages

    Conclusion

    PHILIP, King of Macedon, ambitious to obtain the teacher who would be most capable of imparting the higher branches of learning to his fourteen-year-old son, Alexander, and wishing the prince to have for his mentor the most famous and learned of the great philosophers, decided to communicate with Aristotle. He dispatched the following letter to the Greek sage: “PHILIP TO ARISTOTLE, HEALTH: Know that I have a son. I render the gods many thanks; not so much for his birth, as that he was born in your time, for I hope that being educated and instructed by you, he will become worthy of us both and the kingdom which he shall inherit.” Accepting Philip’s invitation, Aristotle journeyed to Macedon in the fourth year of the 108th Olympiad, and remained for eight years as the tutor of Alexander. The young prince’s affection for his instructor became as great as that which he felt for his father. He said that his father had given him being, but that Aristotle had given him well-being.

    The basic principles of the Ancient Wisdom were imparted to Alexander the Great by Aristotle, and at the philosopher’s feet the Macedonian youth came to realize the transcendency of Greek learning as it was personified in Plato’s immortal disciple. Elevated by his illumined teacher to the threshold of the philosophic sphere, he beheld the world of the sages–the world that fate and the limitations of his own soul decreed he should not conquer.

    Aristotle in his leisure hours edited and annotated the Iliad of Horner and presented the finished volume to Alexander. This book the young conqueror so highly prized that he carried it with him on all his campaigns. At the time of his triumph over Darius, discovering among the spoils a magnificent, gem-studded casket of unguents, he dumped its contents upon the ground, declaring that at last he had found a case worthy of Aristotle’s edition of the Iliad!

    While on his Asiatic campaign, Alexander learned that Aristotle had published one of his most prized discourses, an occurrence which deeply grieved the young king. So to Aristotle, Conqueror of the Unknown, Alexander, Conqueror of the Known, sent this reproachful and pathetic and admission of the insufficiency of worldly pomp and power: “ALEXANDER TO ARISTOTLE, HEALTH: You were wrong in publishing those branches of science hitherto not to be acquired except from oral instruction. In what shall I excel others if the more profound knowledge I gained from you be communicated to all? For my part I had rather surpass the majority of mankind in the sublimer branches of learning, than in extent of power and dominion. Farewell.” The receipt of this amazing letter caused no ripple in the placid life of Aristotle, who replied that although the discourse had been communicated to the multitudes, none who had not heard him deliver the lecture (who lacked spiritual comprehension) could understand its true import.

    A few short years and Alexander the Great went the way of all flesh, and with his body crumbled the structure of empire erected upon his personality. One year later Aristotle also passed into that greater world concerning whose mysteries he had so often discoursed with his disciples in the Lyceum. But, as Aristotle excelled Alexander in life, so he excelled him in death; for though his body moldered in an obscure tomb, the great philosopher continued to live in his intellectual achievements. Age after age paid him grateful tribute, generation after generation pondered over his theorems until by the sheer transcendency of his rational faculties Aristotle–“the master of those who know,” as Dante has called him–became the actual conqueror of the very world which Alexander had sought to subdue with the sword.

    Thus it is demonstrated that to capture a man it is not sufficient to enslave his body–it is necessary to enlist his reason; that to free a man it is not enough to strike the shackles from his limbs–his mind must be liberated from bondage to his own ignorance. Physical conquest must ever fail, for, generating hatred and dissension, it spurs the mind to the avenging of an outraged body; but all men are bound whether willingly or unwillingly to obey that intellect in which they recognize qualities and virtues superior to their own.

    That the philosophic culture of ancient Greece, Egypt, and India excelled that of the modern, world must be admitted by all, even by the most confirmed of modernists. The golden era of Greek æsthetics, intellectualism, and ethics has never since been equaled. The true philosopher belongs to the most noble order of men: the nation or race which is blessed by possession of illumined thinkers is fortunate indeed, and its name shall be remembered for their sake. In the famous Pythagorean school at Crotona, philosophy was regarded as indispensable to the life of man. He who did not comprehend the dignity of the reasoning power could not properly be said to live. Therefore, when through innate perverseness a member either voluntarily withdrew or was forcibly ejected from the philosophic fraternity, a headstone was set up for him in the community graveyard; for he who had forsaken intellectual and ethical pursuits to reenter the material sphere with its illusions of sense and false ambition was regarded as one dead to the sphere of Reality. The life represented by the thraldom of the senses the Pythagoreans conceived to be spiritual death, while they regarded death to the sense-world as spiritual life.

    Philosophy bestows life in that it reveals the dignity and purpose of living. Materiality bestows death in that it benumbs or clouds those faculties of the human soul which should be responsive to the enlivening impulses of creative thought and ennobling virtue. How inferior to these standards of remote days are the laws by which men live in the twentieth century! Today man, a sublime creature with infinite capacity for self-improvement, in an effort to be true to false standards, turns from his birthright of understanding–without realizing the consequences–and plunges into the maelstrom of material illusion. The precious span of his earthly years he devotes to the pathetically futile effort to establish himself as an enduring power in a realm of unenduring things. Gradually the memory of his life as a spiritual being vanishes from his objective mind and he focuses all his partly awakened faculties upon

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    JOHN AND THE VISION OF THE APOCALYPSE.

    From an engraving by Jean Duvet.

    Jean Duvet of Langres (who was born in 1485 and presumably died sometime after 1561, the year in which his illustrations to the Apocalypse were printed in book form) was the oldest and greatest of French Renaissance engravers. Little is known concerning Duvet beyond the fact that he was the goldsmith to the King of France. His engravings for the Book of Revelation, executed after he had passed his seventieth year, were his masterpiece. (For further information regarding this obscure master, consult article by William M. Ivins, Jr., in The Arts, May, 1926.) The face of John is an actual portrait of Duvet. This plate, like many others cut by Duvet, is rich in philosophical symbolism.

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    the seething beehive of industry which he has come to consider the sole actuality. From the lofty heights of his Selfhood he slowly sinks into the gloomy depths of ephemerality. He falls to the level of the beast, and in brutish fashion mumbles the problems arising from his all too insufficient knowledge of the Divine Plan. Here in the lurid turmoil of a great industrial, political, commercial inferno, men writhe in self-inflicted agony and, reaching out into the swirling mists, strive to clutch and hold the grotesque phantoms of success and power.

    Ignorant of the cause of life, ignorant of the purpose of life, ignorant of what lies beyond the mystery of death, yet possessing within himself the answer to it all, man is willing to sacrifice the beautiful, the true, and the good within and without upon the blood-stained altar of worldly ambition. The world of philosophy–that beautiful garden of thought wherein the sages dwell in the bond of fraternity–fades from view. In its place rises an empire of stone, steel, smoke, and hate-a world in which millions of creatures potentially human scurry to and fro in the desperate effort to exist and at the same time maintain the vast institution which they have erected and which, like some mighty, juggernaut, is rumbling inevitably towards an unknown end. In this physical empire, which man erects in the vain belief that he can outshine the kingdom of the celestials, everything is changed to stone, Fascinated by the glitter of gain, man gazes at the Medusa-like face of greed and stands petrified.

    In this commercial age science is concerned solely with the classification of physical knowledge and investigation of the temporal and illusionary parts of Nature. Its so-called practical discoveries bind man but more tightly with the bonds of physical limitation, Religion, too, has become materialistic: the beauty and dignity of faith is measured by huge piles of masonry, by tracts of real estate, or by the balance sheet. Philosophy which connects heaven and earth like a mighty ladder, up the rungs of which the illumined of all ages have climbed into the living presence of Reality–even philosophy has become a prosaic and heterogeneous mass of conflicting notions. Its beauty, its dignity, its transcendency are no more. Like other branches of human thought, it has been made materialistic–“practical”–and its activities so directionalized that they may also contribute their part to the erection of this modern world of stone and steel.

    In the ranks of the so-called learned there is rising up a new order of thinkers, which may best be termed the School of the Worldly Wise Men. After arriving at the astounding conclusion that they are the intellectual salt of the earth, these gentlemen of letters have appointed themselves the final judges of all knowledge, both human and divine. This group affirms that all mystics must have been epileptic and most of the saints neurotic! It declares God to be a fabrication of primitive superstition; the universe to be intended for no particular purpose; immortality to be a figment of the imagination; and an outstanding individuality to be but a fortuitous combination of cells! Pythagoras is asserted to have suffered from a “bean complex”; Socrates was a notorious inebriate; St. Paul was subject to fits; Paracelsus was an infamous quack, the Comte di Cagliostro a mountebank, and the Comte de St.-Germain the outstanding crook of history!

    What do the lofty concepts of the world’s illumined saviors and sages have in common with these stunted, distorted products of the “realism” of this century? All over the world men and women ground down by the soulless cultural systems of today are crying out for the return of the banished age of beauty and enlightenment–for something practical in the highest sense of the word. A few are beginning to realize that so-called civilization in its present form is at the vanishing point; that coldness, heartlessness, commercialism, and material efficiency are impractical, and only that which offers opportunity for the expression of love and ideality is truly worth while. All the world is seeking happiness, but knows not in what direction to search. Men must learn that happiness crowns the soul’s quest for understanding. Only through the realization of infinite goodness and infinite accomplishment can the peace of the inner Self be assured. In spite of man’s geocentricism, there is something in the human mind that is reaching out to philosophy–not to this or that philosophic code, but simply to philosophy in the broadest and fullest sense.

    The great philosophic institutions of the past must rise again, for these alone can tend the veil which divides the world of causes from that of effects. Only the Mysteries–those sacred Colleges of Wisdom–can reveal to struggling humanity that greater and more glorious universe which is the true home of the spiritual being called man. Modern philosophy has failed in that it has come to regard thinking as simply an intellectual process. Materialistic thought is as hopeless a code of life as commercialism itself. The power to think true is the savior of humanity. The mythological and historical Redeemers of every age were all personifications of that power. He who has a little more rationality than his neighbor is a little better than his neighbor. He who functions on a higher plane of rationality than the rest of the world is termed the greatest thinker. He who functions on a lower plane is regarded as a barbarian. Thus comparative rational development is the true gauge of the individual’s evolutionary status.

    Briefly stated, the true purpose of ancient philosophy was to discover a method whereby development of the rational nature could be accelerated instead of awaiting the slower processes of Nature, This supreme source of power, this attainment of knowledge, this unfolding of the god within, is concealed under the epigrammatic statement of the philosophic life. This was the key to the Great Work, the mystery of the Philosopher’s Stone, for it meant that alchemical transmutation had been accomplished. Thus ancient philosophy was primarily the living of a life; secondarily, an intellectual method. He alone can become a philosopher in the highest sense who lives the philosophic life. What man lives he comes to know. Consequently, a great philosopher is one whose threefold life–physical, mental, and spiritual–is wholly devoted to and completely permeated by his rationality.

    Man’s physical, emotional, and mental natures provide environments of reciprocal benefit or detriment to each other. Since the physical nature is the immediate environment of the mental, only that mind is capable of rational thinking which is enthroned in a harmonious and highly refined material constitution. Hence right action, right feeling, and right thinking are prerequisites of right knowing, and the attainment of philosophic power is possible only to such as have harmonized their thinking with their living. The wise have therefore declared that none can attain to the highest in the science of knowing until first he has attained to the highest in the science of living. Philosophic power is the natural outgrowth of the philosophic life. Just as an intense physical existence emphasizes the importance of physical things, or just as the monastic metaphysical asceticism establishes the desirability of the ecstatic state, so complete philosophic absorption ushers the consciousness of the thinker into the most elevated and noble of all spheres–the pure philosophic, or rational, world.

    In a civilization primarily concerned with the accomplishment of the extremes of temporal activity, the philosopher represents an equilibrating intellect capable of estimating and guiding the cultural growth. The establishment of the philosophic rhythm in the nature of an individual ordinarily requires from fifteen to twenty years. During that entire period the disciples of old were constantly subjected to the most severe discipline. Every activity of life was gradually disengaged from other interests and focalized upon the reasoning part. In the ancient world there was another and most vital factor which entered into the production of rational intellects and which is entirely beyond the comprehension of modern thinkers: namely, initiation into the philosophic Mysteries. A man who had demonstrated his peculiar mental and spiritual fitness was accepted into the body of the learned and to him was revealed that priceless heritage of arcane lore preserved from generation to generation. This heritage of philosophic truth is the matchless treasure of all ages, and each disciple admitted into these brotherhoods of the wise made, in turn, his individual contribution to this store of classified knowledge.

    The one hope of the world is philosophy, for all the sorrows of modern life result from the lack of a proper philosophic code. Those who sense even in part the dignity of life cannot but realize the shallowness apparent in the activities of this age. Well has it been said that no individual can succeed until he has developed his philosophy of life. Neither can a race or nation attain true greatness until it has formulated an adequate philosophy and has dedicated its existence to a policy consistent with that philosophy. During the World War, when so-called civilization hurled one half of itself against the other in a frenzy of hate, men ruthlessly destroyed something more precious even than human life: they obliterated those records of human thought by which life can be intelligently directionalized. Truly did Mohammed declare the ink of philosophers to be more precious than the blood of martyrs. Priceless documents, invaluable records of achievement, knowledge founded on ages of patient observation and experimentation by the elect of the earth–all were destroyed with scarcely a qualm of regret. What was knowledge, what was truth, beauty, love, idealism, philosophy, or religion when compared to man’s desire to control an infinitesimal spot in the fields of Cosmos for an inestimably minute fragment of time? Merely to satisfy some whim or urge of ambition man would uproot the universe, though well he knows that in a few short years he must depart, leaving all that he has seized to posterity as an old cause for fresh contention.

    War–the irrefutable evidence of irrationality–still smolders in the hearts of men; it cannot die until human selfishness is overcome. Armed with multifarious inventions and destructive agencies, civilization will continue its fratricidal strife through future ages, But upon the mind of man there is dawning a great fear–the fear that

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    THE ENTRANCE TO THE HOUSE OF THE MYSTERIES.

    From Khunrath’s Amphitheatrum Sapientiæ, etc.

    This symbolic figure, representing the way to everlasting life, is described by Khunrath in substance as follows: “This is the Portal of the amphitheatre of the only true and eternal Wisdom–a narrow one, indeed, but sufficiently august, and consecrated to Jehovah. To this portal ascent is made by a mystic, indisputably prologetic, flight of steps, set before it as shown in the picture. It consists of seven theosophic, or, rather, philosophic steps of the Doctrine of the Faithful Sons. After ascending the steps, the path is along the way of God the Father, either directly by inspiration or by various mediate means. According to the seven oracular laws shining at the portal, those who are inspired divinely have the power to enter and with the eyes of the body and of the mind, of seeing, contemplating and investigating in a Christiano-Kabalistic, divino-magical, physico-chemical manner, the nature of the Wisdom: Goodness, and Power of the Creator; to the end that they die not sophistically but live theosophically, and that the orthodox philosophers so created may with sincere philosophy expound the works of the Lord, and worthily praise God who has thus blessed these friend, of God.” The above figure and description constitute one of the most remarkable expositions ever made of the appearance of the Wise Man’s House and the way by which it must be entered.

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    eventually civilization will destroy itself in one great cataclysmic struggle. Then must be reenacted the eternal drama of reconstruction. Out of the ruins of the civilization which died when its idealism died, some primitive people yet in the womb of destiny must build a new world. Foreseeing the needs of that day, the philosophers of the ages have desired that into the structure of this new world shall be incorporated the truest and finest of all that has gone before. It is a divine law that the sum of previous accomplishment shall be the foundation of each new order of things. The great philosophic treasures of humanity must be preserved. That which is superficial may he allowed to perish; that which is fundamental and essential must remain, regardless of cost.

    Two fundamental forms of ignorance were recognized by the Platonists: simple ignorance and complex ignorance. Simple ignorance is merely lack of knowledge and is common to all creatures existing posterior to the First Cause, which alone has perfection of knowledge. Simple ignorance is an ever-active agent, urging the soul onward to the acquisition of knowledge. From this virginal state of unawareness grows the desire to become aware with its resultant improvement in the mental condition. The human intellect is ever surrounded by forms of existence beyond the estimation of its partly developed faculties. In this realm of objects not understood is a never-failing source of mental stimuli. Thus wisdom eventually results from the effort to cope rationally with the problem of the unknown.

    In the last analysis, the Ultimate Cause alone can be denominated wise; in simpler words, only God is good. Socrates declared knowledge, virtue, and utility to be one with the innate nature of good. Knowledge is a condition of knowing; virtue a condition of being; utility a condition of doing. Considering wisdom as synonymous with mental completeness, it is evident that such a state can exist only in the Whole, for that which is less than the Whole cannot possess the fullness of the All. No part of creation is complete; hence each part is imperfect to the extent that it falls short of entirety. Where incompleteness is, it also follows that ignorance must be coexistent; for every part, while capable of knowing its own Self, cannot become aware of the Self in the other parts. Philosophically considered, growth from the standpoint of human evolution is a process proceeding from heterogeneity to homogeneity. In time, therefore, the isolated consciousness of the individual fragments is reunited to become the complete consciousness of the Whole. Then, and then only, is the condition of all-knowing an absolute reality.

    Thus all creatures are relatively ignorant yet relatively wise; comparatively nothing yet comparatively all. The microscope reveals to man his significance; the telescope, his insignificance. Through the eternities of existence man is gradually increasing in both wisdom and understanding; his ever-expanding consciousness is including more of the external within the area of itself. Even in man’s present state of imperfection it is dawning upon his realization that he can never be truly happy until he is perfect, and that of all the faculties contributing to his self-perfection none is equal in importance to the rational intellect. Through the labyrinth of diversity only the illumined mind can, and must, lead the soul into the perfect light of unity.

    In addition to the simple ignorance which is the most potent factor in mental growth there exists another, which is of a far more dangerous and subtle type. This second form, called twofold or complex ignorance, may be briefly defined as ignorance of ignorance. Worshiping the sun, moon, and stars, and offering sacrifices to the winds, the primitive savage sought with crude fetishes to propitiate his unknown gods. He dwelt in a world filled with wonders which he did not understand. Now great cities stand where once roamed the Crookboned men. Humanity no longer regards itself as primitive or aboriginal. The spirit of wonder and awe has been succeeded by one of sophistication. Today man worships his own accomplishments, and either relegates the immensities of time and space to the background of his consciousness or disregards them entirely.

    The twentieth century makes a fetish of civilization and is overwhelmed by its own fabrications; its gods are of its own fashioning. Humanity has forgotten how infinitesimal, how impermanent and how ignorant it actually is. Ptolemy has been ridiculed for conceiving the earth to be the center of the universe, yet modern civilization is seemingly founded upon the hypothesis that the planet earth is the most permanent and important of all the heavenly spheres,

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    and that the gods from their starry thrones are fascinated by the monumental and epochal events taking place upon this spherical ant-hill in Chaos.

    From age to age men ceaselessly toil to build cities that they may rule over them with pomp and power–as though a fillet of gold or ten million vassals could elevate man above the dignity of his own thoughts and make the glitter of his scepter visible to the distant stars. As this tiny planet rolls along its orbit in space, it carries with it some two billion human beings who live and die oblivious to that immeasurable existence lying beyond the lump on which they dwell. Measured by the infinities of time and space, what are the captains of industry or the lords of finance? If one of these plutocrats should rise until he ruled the earth itself, what would he be but a petty despot seated on a grain of Cosmic dust?

    Philosophy reveals to man his kinship with the All. It shows him that he is a brother to the suns which dot the firmament; it lifts him from a taxpayer on a whirling atom to a citizen of Cosmos. It teaches him that while physically bound to earth (of which his blood and bones are part), there is nevertheless within him a spiritual power, a diviner Self, through which he is one with the symphony of the Whole. Ignorance of ignorance, then, is that self-satisfied state of unawareness in which man, knowing nothing outside the limited area of his physical senses, bumptiously declares there is nothing more to know! He who knows no life save the physical is merely ignorant; but he who declares physical life to be all-important and elevates it to the position of supreme reality–such a one is ignorant of his own ignorance.

    If the Infinite had not desired man to become wise, He would not have bestowed upon him the faculty of knowing. If He had not intended man to become virtuous, He would not have sown within the human heart the seeds of virtue. If He had predestined man to be limited to his narrow physical life, He would not have equipped him with perceptions and sensibilities capable of grasping, in part at least, the immensity of the outer universe. The criers of philosophy call all men to a comradeship of the spirit: to a fraternity of thought: to a convocation of Selves. Philosophy invites man out of the vainness of selfishness; out of the sorrow of ignorance and the despair of worldliness; out of the travesty of ambition and the cruel clutches of greed; out of the red hell of hate and the cold tomb of dead idealism.

    Philosophy would lead all men into the broad, calm vistas of truth, for the world of philosophy is a land of peace where those finer qualities pent up within each human soul are given opportunity for expression. Here men are taught the wonders of the blades of grass; each stick and stone is endowed with speech and tells the secret of its being. All life, bathed in the radiance of understanding, becomes a wonderful and beautiful reality. From the four corners of creation swells a mighty anthem of rejoicing, for here in the light of philosophy is revealed the purpose of existence; the wisdom and goodness permeating the Whole become evident to even man’s imperfect intellect. Here the yearning heart of humanity finds that companionship which draws forth from the innermost recesses of the soul that great store of good which lies there like precious metal in some deep hidden vein.

    Following the path pointed out by the wise, the seeker after truth ultimately attains to the summit of wisdom’s mount, and gazing down, beholds the panorama of life spread out before him. The cities of the plains are but tiny specks and the horizon on every hand is obscured by the gray haze of the Unknown. Then the soul realizes that wisdom lies in breadth of vision; that it increases in comparison to the vista. Then as man’s thoughts lift him heavenward, streets are lost in cities, cities in nations, nations in continents, continents in the earth, the earth in space, and space in an infinite eternity, until at last but two things remain: the Self and the goodness of God.

    While man’s physical body resides with him and mingles with the heedless throng, it is difficult to conceive of man as actually inhabiting a world of his own-a world which he has discovered by lifting himself into communion with the profundities of his own internal nature. Man may live two lives. One is a struggle from the womb to the tomb. Its span is measured by man’s own creation–time. Well may it be called the unheeding life. The other life is from realization to infinity. It begins with understanding, its duration is forever, and upon the plane of eternity it is consummated. This is called the philosophic life. Philosophers are nor born nor do they die; for once having achieved the realization of immortality, they are immortal. Having once communed with Self, they realize that within there is an immortal foundation that will not pass away. Upon this living, vibrant base–Self–they erect a civilization which will endure after the sun, the moon, and the stars have ceased to be. The fool lives but for today; the philosopher lives forever.

    When once the rational consciousness of man rolls away the stone and comes forth from its sepulcher, it dies no more; for to this second or philosophic birth there is no dissolution. By this should not be inferred physical immortality, but rather that the philosopher has learned that his physical body is no more his true Self than the physical earth is his true world. In the realization that he and his body are dissimilar–that though the form must perish the life will not fail–he achieves conscious immortality. This was the immortality to which Socrates referred when he said: “Anytus and Melitus may indeed put me to death, but they cannot injure me.” To the wise, physical existence is but the outer room of the hall of life. Swinging open the doors of this antechamber, the illumined pass into the greater and more perfect existence. The ignorant dwell in a world bounded by time and space. To those, however, who grasp the import and dignity of Being, these are but phantom shapes, illusions of the senses-arbitrary limits imposed by man’s ignorance upon the duration of Deity. The philosopher lives and thrills with the realization of this duration, for to him this infinite period has been designed by the All-Wise Cause as the time of all accomplishment.

    Man is not the insignificant creature that he appears to be; his physical body is not the true measure of his real self. The invisible nature of man is as vast as his comprehension and as measureless as his thoughts. The fingers of his mind reach out and grasp the stars; his spirit mingles with the throbbing life of Cosmos itself. He who has attained to the state of understanding thereby has so increased his capacity to know that he gradually incorporates within himself the various elements of the universe. The unknown is merely that which is yet to be included within the consciousness of the seeker. Philosophy assists man to develop the sense of appreciation; for as it reveals the glory and the sufficiency of knowledge, it also unfolds those latent powers and faculties whereby man is enabled to master the secrets of the seven spheres.

    From the world of physical pursuits the initiates of old called their disciples into the life of the mind and the spirit. Throughout the ages, the Mysteries have stood at the threshold of Reality–that hypothetical spot between noumenon and phenomenon, the Substance and the shadow. The gates of the Mysteries stand ever ajar and those who will may pass through into the spacious domicile of spirit. The world of philosophy lies neither to the right nor to the left, neither above nor below. Like a subtle essence permeating all space and all substance, it is everywhere; it penetrates the innermost and the outermost parts of all being. In every man and woman these two spheres are connected by a gate which leads from the not-self and its concerns to the Self and its realizations. In the mystic this gate is the heart, and through spiritualization of his emotions he contacts that more elevated plane which, once felt and known, becomes the sum of the worth-while. In the philosopher, reason is the gate between the outer and the inner worlds, the illumined mind bridging the chasm between the corporeal and the incorporeal. Thus godhood is born within the one who sees, and from the concerns of men he rises to the concerns of gods.

    In this era of “practical” things men ridicule even the existence of God. They scoff at goodness while they ponder with befuddled minds the phantasmagoria of materiality. They have forgotten the path which leads beyond the stars. The great mystical institutions of antiquity which invited man to enter into his divine inheritance have crumbled, and institutions of human scheming now stand where once the ancient houses of learning rose a mystery of fluted columns and polished marble. The white-robed sages who gave to the world its ideals of culture and beauty have gathered their robes about them and departed from the sight of men. Nevertheless, this little earth is bathed as of old in the sunlight of its Providential Generator. Wide-eyed babes still face the mysteries of physical existence. Men continue to laugh and cry, to love and hate; Some still dream of a nobler world, a fuller life, a more perfect realization. In both the heart and mind of man the gates which lead from mortality to immortality are still ajar. Virtue, love, and idealism are yet the regenerators of humanity. God continues to love and guide the destinies of His creation. The path still winds upward to accomplishment. The soul of man has not been deprived of its wings; they are merely folded under its garment of flesh. Philosophy is ever that magic power which, sundering the vessel of clay, releases the soul from its bondage to habit and perversion. Still as of old, the soul released can spread its wings and soar to the very source of itself.

    The criers of the Mysteries speak again, bidding all men welcome to the House of Light. The great institution of materiality has failed. The false civilization built by man has turned, and like the monster of Frankenstein, is destroying its creator. Religion wanders aimlessly in the maze of theological speculation. Science batters itself impotently against the barriers of the unknown. Only transcendental philosophy knows the path. Only the illumined reason can carry the understanding part of man upward to the light. Only philosophy can teach man to be born well, to live well, to die well, and in perfect measure be born again. Into this band of the elect–those who have chosen the life of knowledge, of virtue, and of utility–the philosophers of the ages invite YOU.

  • Any so-called politician that isn’t calling for an end to the fed and ALL foreign aid isn’t worth listening to.

  • Whisper

    Silver Shield,

    You seem passionate about the well being of others and that brightens my day. Your research is extensive and in my opinion valid. However, in case you haven’t thought about it already (which I can’t imagine), there is one thing I’d like to point out. please think about the fact that a comment module on your website can be used by anyone. This means it can also be used to dis-inform (troll) people and corrupt your message (people are getting paid to do this), in which you have put so much time and energy. People will always read comments on websites, because we just cannot resist. People need constant confirmation, consciously or unconsciously. It might be a good idea to close down this comment feature, since your message is strong enough and speaks for itself.

    Sincerely yours,

    A like-minded person :)

    • Silver Shield

      I have to approve all comments before they become public. That being said, I have yet to filter any comments.

      I am an absolute bulldog on challenging ideas.

      My crew is not too shabby either. (read the comments on some of the other articles)

  • b.a. blacksheep

    Silver Sheild,

    You seem to have a good grasp on the situation. You even mention controlled opposition. Perhaps you should consider the case of Ron Paul. I just came across your website today, but I’ve read enough of your positions to see that you have done your homework. Perhaps you have even looked into the fabric that controls the world from behind the curtain. These secret societies have been with humanity since ancient times. Ron Paul is controlled opposition. Look a little deeper…they don’t call him the Rose of Texas for nothing. I look forward to reading your thoughts in the future.

    I’ll give you a B+.

    • Silver Shield

      If Ron is controlled opposition it has blown up in their face.

      He has inspired millions of people to take action.

      Because of his 2008 campaign I created the Sons of Liberty Academy and I will be a very outspoken voice in the 2012 elections.

      Secret Societies are a thing of the past as soon as the truth gets out.

      When everyone is aware of the the game there will be no more pulling the levers behind the scenes.

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    by: Ellen Brown, Truthout
    Monday 6 June 2011

    http://truthout.org/global-debt-crisis-how-we-got-it-and-how-get-out/1307386310

  • Have you guys ever considered working with liberals?

    I am a little person. When much younger–40 years ago–I thought I was a Libertarian, and, in fact, reveled in the ideas of David Boaz and even registered as a Libertarian, voting for Ed Clark for CA Governor in 1978. I protested everything from how banks rip us off to being forced to present government identification in order to participate in the financial market. I hated the drug laws, and other petty little laws that block little people from getting ahead. Why couldn’t my children sell lemonade? Yes, that’s little people stuff, but it’s important to little people, which most of us are very quickly becoming thanks to financial policies favoring Wall Street gamblers & Corporate monopolies.

    I had to live awhile and undergo many life experiences including being a young mother abandoned by husband, raising two kids alone during ’70s & 80’s while struggling financially. I have worked as a babysitter, housecleaner, even spent 1 1/2 days as apricot cutter among illegal immigrants–and even as a strong young women, the work was incredibly hard & I quit with enough $$ to pay the babysitter & gas & cuts all over my hands. I’ve worked as a telephone salesperson for a newspaper and as a trust account bookkeeper. I went to college, working as an English tutor. I eventually volunteered and then worked for several years as a producer at a local TV public access station. My HMO medical insurance, Kaiser, was the laziest bunch of people and most horrible rip-off I ever had to submit to. They were so bad, I started using country clinics that allowed payment on a sliding scale, because they were better than Kaiser.

    I met & married someone else; then my son died in an accident & I became ill, having to rely on county medical aid & my husband’s social security retirement to get through. However, after recovering, my husband & I started an online business that has allows me to be my own boss and freely buy and sell and earn as much income as I want depending on how many hours I put in. This is a joy.

    Somewhere during these years, I realized I was wasting my vote on Libertarians, figuring they would never get anywhere. I chose the democratic party as the lesser of two evils, since they are more likely to support policies that allow a thriving middle class. I have voted straight democrat for the last 25 years.

    But I am increasingly frustrated with some democrats, because while many will acknowledge that all our money is going to the corporate wealthy who rip us off right & left, pay little or no taxes, they seem to be doing very little about it.

    Yesterday, I got excited watching two of the A99 Empire State Rebellion videos. At first I thought you guys were liberal, due to the fact that you realize the widening gap between rich & poor, and even that the tea party has been corrupted by corporate interests. Like you, I hate the fact that the corporate elite has taken over our politics, and that their candidates are working for corporate interests. It is especially abhor the freedom hating activities of Republican governors such as Rick Perry, Scott Walker, Rick Scott and Rick Snyder. Like you, because of financial insecurity, I stay out of the stockmarket and stash silver.

    However, looking over the site, I also see influences that are highly objectionable for a free-thinking liberal.

    If you can suspend your judgement and support my honesty in writing this, please let me give you a clue as to what democrats want. Like you, it’s Freedom. Though I’m heterosexual, I want others to have freedom to marry whomever they choose, even if the person they love is of the same sex, and I believe gays should be allowed openly in the military. I am a Christian, but I want want freedom from any religion in government trying to impose their interpretation of the Bible upon me and my family. I want freedom from pollution of our water and air. I want my daughter to have freedom to end a problem pregnancy. I want freedom to buy some drugs, including pseudoephedrine, marijuana and pain medication over the counter. I want freedom to gather and protest, freedom to sue a large corporation if they have hurt me and expect to be able to do so without having to match them dollar for dollar. I think the poor should have the freedom to stay out of jail for a petty crime if a rich person can for his big one. I want the poor to have freedom from being routed into private prisons for non violent crimes so the greedy can make money off their bodies. I want myself and others to be free of the sin of Mammon. I want small businesses to be allowed the same playing field as big ones. I want free of large corporations who form monopolies to impose ridiculous prices on all.

    But, and I think this is our biggest difference–I do not want the government–including state and county governments, to interfere with those freedoms. Also, the best I can say about Ayn Rand is that she was a sex-driven dreamer.

    Most of you probably stopped reading this by now. But, for those who managed, have any of you a suggestion? I would like to support some of your causes, such as fighting the wealthy elite, but can in no way support any tea party, racism or religious persecution.

    Best,

    JAX

  • I really don’t see why you guys believe Ron Paul is legitimate.

    – He doesn’t question 9/11 or suggest that Bush and Obama should go to jail
    – He doesn’t talk about Israel or the Zionists’ control of Washington and our foreign policy (except in bland generalized terms about our wars being wrong, just like Obama used to, and Bush before him – before they were elected, that is)
    – He has never accomplished anything: he knows full well that none of his bills or measures will pass, and his votes against war never stopped any of our actions -> the guy is all talk, much like how Warren Buffet gets to say how taxes on the rich should be higher, while being one of the premier NWO scum of the planet
    – He talks about the fascist takeover that has occurred in the US in a totally calm and relaxed manner, as if it were happening to someone else

    More than anything, after the Obama deception, how can any of you believe a career politician like Ron Paul? The guy has been a Republican for decades, and he doesn’t seem to have anything near the shock, horror and disgust he should have towards his establishment.

    People say that Ron Paul is excluded from the mainstream, but how come he keeps showing up on Fox news? I have news for you sheeple: Jon Stewart IS THE MAINSTREAM, so having Jon Stewart talk about how Ron Paul is being ignored is ABSURD.

    WAKE UP!

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    Ronald Reagan’s Ghost- Rick Perry?

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