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By HEY YOU   Jan 11, 1:09am   1 link   275 views   5 comments   watch (1)   quote      


Proof that the NEW WORLD ORDER has been planned by the elite. Robert Welch, Founder of The John Birch Society, predicted today's problems with uncanny accuracy back in 1958 and prescribed solutions in 1974 that are very similar to Ron Paul's positions today. This is proof that there are plans in place by the elite to systemically disassemble US sovereignty. I wonder who those elite are.

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1   jazz_music   872/873 = 99% civil   Jan 11, 8:16am  ↑ like   ↓ dislike   quote    

Things to think about: how to take back America from corporate rulership. Some people have been thinking about this for years now.

I do not claim to be the expert with all the answers but perusing the links below you can tell that others have given the American plight a lot of thought and time.

Ralph Nader wrote some astute observations posted here:
TAKING ON THE CORPORATE GOVERNMENT IN AN AGE OF SURRENDER
http://www.thirdworldtraveler.com/Nader/Corporate_Govt_Nader.html

Clearly Donald Trump is a pitch-man, his status as wealthy highly questionable, certainly Trump exploits outrage and racial prejudices to advance his rise to power along with his cabinet who are all principal world-class plutocrats. Except for their figurehead Trump, we now will experience direct rule by the plutocracy in the White House. This is certainly a first.

DEFINITION
plutocracy, n. 1. government by the wealthy 2. a government or state in which the wealthy rule 3.a group of wealthy people who control or influence a government 4.a controlling class of rich men - plutocrat.
plutocrat, n. 1. a member of a wealthy ruling class; hence, 2. a person whose wealth gives him control or great influence. 3. [Colloq.], any wealthy person.

The situation is never hopeless. Just a few years ago it was a felony in Wisconsin for a corporation to make any political contributions. Such fearful legislation may seem paranoid to you, but there are many wise and concerned Americans who prevailed once upon a time.

Note there are legal underpinnings these corporations rest upon that the people have rights to CONTROL.

HOW TO OVERTHROW CORPORATE RULE
http://www.corporations.org/solutions/

HOW UNITED STATES ISN'T A COUNTRY BUT A CORPORATION
http://www.serendipity.li/jsmill/us_corporation.htm

2   Quigley   872/878 = 99% civil   Jan 11, 8:42am  ↑ like   ↓ dislike   quote    

Unfortunately, due to the systemic organization of political process, the only "outsider" who could ever hope to break into the power structure was an insider of considerable "fuck you" wealth. Donald Trump is that man. Now it is truly up to him as to if he will wield the power for the people or merely wind up being another tool of our oppressors. Either way, he's our last chance at national sovereignty and prosperity. We should all be rooting for his success, not failure. Failure only gets us more of the same, until at some point a civilization ending catastrophe starts sounding like a pretty sweet deal.
With all the hopelessness and loss of control the people have been experiencing, is it any wonder why 1)suicides are at an all time high, 2)crime is spiking, 3) prisons are full to bursting, 4) the most popular movie/tv genre is zombie apocalypse.
People are so desperate for meaningful change they're willing to entertain a disaster of Biblical proportions.
That doesn't bode well for our nation nor our species.
The globalists must be stopped.

3   jazz_music   872/873 = 99% civil   Jan 11, 9:00am  ↑ like   ↓ dislike   quote    

Quigley says

he's our last chance

Boy Trump sure grabbed you by the pussy didn't he?

Bad news: Trump is not your savior, you might have to get involved.

4   Quigley   872/878 = 99% civil   Jan 11, 9:21am  ↑ like (1)   ↓ dislike   quote    

We shall see, jazz. So far I have a far better record of being right than you.
That's not entirely from luck.

5   jazz_music   872/873 = 99% civil   Jan 11, 11:34am  ↑ like   ↓ dislike   quote    

Quigley says

So far I have a far better record of being right than you.

That's not entirely from luck.

what record is that?

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