THROW THE BUMS OUT
By Derry Brownfield
June 20, 2010
Back in March, Patrick J. Buchanan wrote a piece titled, “Free Trade’s Disemboweling of America,” where he discusses what has happened to the United States since Y2K. In his article he discusses George Herbert Walker Bush, Bill Clinton and George W. Bush and how all three were globalists and all three rejected any federal measure to protect America’s industrial base, economic independence or the wages of U.S. workers. They rammed through NAFTA, brought America under the World Trade Organization, abolished tariffs and granted Chinese-made goods unrestricted access.
Once upon a time everything we used was invented, manufactured and sold in America by Americans. The raw materials came out of our mines and off of our farms and we had a labor force capable of doing things that were nearly impossible. We proved that during World War II, when we converted our manufacturing companies into building for the war effort, and did it in a very short period of time. However, since the passage of NAFTA we have lost one out of three of our manufacturing jobs – nearly six million of them. Our federal government now employs more workers than our entire manufacturing sector. Pat Buchanan writes: Republicans seem certain to benefit from the nation’s economic crisis this November, but is there any evidence they have learned anything about economics from the disastrous Bush years? Do they have any ideas for a wholesale restructuring of U.S. trade and tax policy, for a course correction to prevent America’s continuing decline?”
It is my opinion that America’s decline has been orchestrated for nearly one hundred years. In 1924, Joseph Stalin said: “The amalgamation and collaboration of nations within a SINGLE WORLD SYSTEM of economy, constitutes the material basis for the victory of socialism.” For decades the world’s elite have pursued world government, which can never be realized as long as America is a strong, free nation. The United States must fall into third world status before a one world economy may be developed. In June, 1931, Arnold Toynbee wrote: “We are at present working discreetly with all our might to wrest this mysterious force called sovereignty out of the clutches of the local nation states of the world.”
In 1939, H. G. Wells authored “THE NEW WORLD ORDER,” explaining the coming synthesis of western capitalism and eastern communism into a world socialist government. In 1966, Professor Carroll Quigley wrote “TRAGEDY AND HOPE,” where he stated that William C. Whitney and others of wealth, in the late 19th century, developed a plan whereby they would control both major political parties through financial contributions and then have those parties alternate power so the public would think it had a choice. The two parties should be almost identical, so the American people can “throw the rascals out” at any election without leading to any profound or extensive shifts in policy.
To again quote Pat Buchanan: “Republicans seem certain to benefit from the nation’s economic crisis this November, but is there any evidence they have learned about economics from the disastrous Bush years?” No—I don’t think so. Yes— I think WE THE PEOPLE will throw the rascals out, but I also believe we will replace them with more rascals, handpicked by the world’s political and financial elite. It is my hope and prayer that honest, law abiding, intelligent, moral individuals will be willing to give up their normal life and donate their time and efforts as elected officials of Congress and uphold their oath of office to PRESERVE, PROTECT AND DEFEND THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES.
Many of the historical facts for this article I gleaned from “THE POWER ELITE EXPOSED” by Dennis Laurence Cuddy, Ph.D. Read his entire article on NewsWithViews.com.