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Monday, April 13, 2009

Left and right

I used to be a republican. Or should I say the republicans used to represent me? I had strong libertarian leanings and was not a republican water boy by any means. I can and do think for myself, which makes me and others like me dangerous. I admit I was very vocal, and I was slightly active in local politics, but became disgusted with a party that said one thing and did another. Now no malice involved, if you are a democrat or a republican, I am not your enemy. But you might want to do some self-searching. I was going to quit the party and join the Constitution or Libertarian Parties, until Ron Paul declared his run. I was and am a big Ron Paul fan. That being said, we lost. Several reasons why, but nothing can change the outcome. I was opposed to the war in Iraq, because I support the troops. I don't support the idea of sending Americas Finest to die for corporate causes. I was against the NAU. I am against the open borders. I am against the UN and the new Global banking cabal that has been handed our country and our treasury. The american people also rejected the dingdong politics, but attached them to "W". They elected Obama. I couldn't vote for the fellow, nor McCrazy either. I knew it was going to be meet the new boss same as the old boss. And for your proof I present...http://cryptogon.com/?p=8011

“The Obama DOJ is now squarely to the Right of an extremely conservative, pro-executive-power, Bush 43-appointed judge on issues of executive power and due-process-less detentions.”

Read it if you want and just think things through. Why would the new president want more fascist powers than the last dictator, oops president? Why wouldn't he be opposed to the W policies? Remember Clintons mentor Carol Quigley said "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. Then it should be possible to replace it, every four years if necessary, by the other party, which will be none of these things but will still pursue, with new vigor, approximately the same basic policies."

Hmmmmm. Think on these. I say these things to bring you this...

For Official Use Only: Department of Homeland Security Document Predicts Violence in Response to New Gun Restrictions April 13th, 2009
Via: Infowars:
(U//FOUO) Many rightwing extremist groups perceive recent gun control legislation as athreat to their right to bear arms and in response have increased weapons and ammunitionstockpiling, as well as renewed participation in paramilitary training exercises. Such activity, combined with a heightened level of extremist paranoia, has the potential tofacilitate criminal activity and violence.

This coupled with the US Army's War College plan about the "new enemy" that they are preparing for. I hope everyone realizes the depth of this news. You the Liberty lover and Defender, you the second amendment champion, you the mother of children, you the unemployeed,things have changed. There now exists a dramatic disconnect between the elected and the electors. Might change your prep plans for this summer accordingly. What would you do if you were german, and living right this second in 1932? What would you do, and what would you prepare for? Maybe you would pray more, hunker down, and hit the dirt. Many did just that. What will you do when they come for your neighbor? your coworker? your family? YOU?

What will you do as an American, living in 2009?


American Prepper said...

Excellent Post Ren...I dont think it's a matter of left or right, but having the right form of government...Watch this video, spells it out very well http://www.wimp.com/thegovernment/

Humble wife said...

I agree, and have believed that the two party system has been a way to keep our eye off the ball so to speak. While we are battling our platforms the elected are playing together and for the most part pretending they want change...not the case.

What am I doing as an American in 2009? I am expecting the worse and praying for the best. I am continuing to fill my pantry, grow my own foods raise my sheep, goats, chickens, ducks, turkeys, geese and cats and dogs(plus the teens) I don't believe that my money will mean anything in the future and refuse to pretend that the dollar can outlast the direct sabotage of the government.

My family and I have several what if scenarios and are not worried as we will go without a blink of an eye.

Thanks for making me continue to think

tweell said...

Democrats and Republicans are both disconnected from their supposed constituents. I've stuck with the Republicans for two reasons: they will dump politicians that get caught (marginally better than Democrats) and because of Jeff Flake, who along with Ron Paul is one of the few honest folks in Washington. Those reasons are becoming less and less valid, though. We'll see!

Anonymous said...

"approximately the same basic policies": a.k.a. the Washington Consensus, the policy platform of the duopoly party, the bipoligarchy, the representatives of the global warfare and corporate welfare state.

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