Sunday, 17 April 2016

And So Here We Are

(To build on the tail end of my last blog a little...)

In one of the blog sites that I monitor, the man has been warning his readers for some time about the perilous state of things in this country, leading, now, to such as the head of ‘the Fed’ just having had an unprecedented private meeting with both the Usurper (I really can’t call Obama ‘the president’; he is an imposter in the office) and the VP, which is leading - he says - to an announcement of takeover of the nation by our erstwhile masters, and many citizens to be sent to FEMA camps as in debtor’s prison;1 to be held therein for 'ransom' against the national debt, and work it off, in unpaid 'employment,' as allowed for in the Executive Order (No. 13603) that Obama issued for his takeover of the country for just such an occasion.   

A little background.  When I first started earning money as a teenager, and was told that I had to get a Social Security number and card, and that ‘the government’ would take out a little bit of money from each of my pay checks ‘for me,’ I assumed, like most Americans, I presume, that that money was going into a trust fund - I think I even heard that term used for it - that the federal government was managing for us, and thus those monies were going to be available for us, in our retirement years, ‘with interest’.  But apparently, instead of taking our seed money and investing it, in blue chip stocks, say, they ate it.  And as any farmer knows, if you eat your seed corn, instead of growing it, you end up with one crop, and that’s it.  

We have been governed by idiots.

And now here we are.  The idiots that ‘the government’ has taken us for.  Going along with the idea that our money in the bank is not our money, after all, but belongs to the bank; to be used by ‘them’ to help bail themselves out, from their financial wheeling and dealing, that has gone south.2  Along with the federal government.  Which, in 1913, turned over its financial matters to a private corporation, to manage ‘for it.’  And which has proven to be the same category of idiot that they have taken us for.  And now expects us to bail them out.  Because, after all, we allowed them to play us for suckers; so it’s really, when all is said and done, our own fault...

And now here we are.  In that end.  And we’re supposed to hold the can that our Congresses kept kicking down the road.  ‘For us,’ doncha know.

Like hell.  Rather, for the big corporations, and ‘internationalists,’ who have been planning for this ‘end’ for a long, long time.  In order to take us over totally.  And incarcerate us into their totalitarian New World Order, of a life of ‘sustainability’.  The few of us left that they need to run their operation.  Their plantation.

Well, I’ve got news for you, boyos.  It is the end, alright.  Of your machinations.

We the People are going to let your whole house of cards fall.

And build a better home for us, on this planet.

Not a better mousetrap, to keep us little scurrying creatures in our place; eating the crumbs that fall from the table of our betters.

Our bettors.  Who bet on the wrong horse.  Or rather, team of horses.  Who bet on the horses of War, Pestilence, Famine, and Death.

And are now to be up against

the White Horse.


P.S. Regarding this White Horse business, in relation to Glenn Beck's invoking of it - as an unofficial 'Mormon Prophecy' regarding the saving of the Constitution when it is "hanging by a thread' - in Utah in front of Mormon campaign crowds with respect to Ted Cruz's candidacy for the presidency:
     Glenn Beck is a sincere man, with his heart in the right place.  But he is sincerely mistaken in this regard - to say, regarding the eligibility of Ted Cruz to run for the office of the presidency.  Ted Cruz is not a 'natural born' citizen, as required by the Constitution for that particular office, and as the term was understood to mean by the generation of the constitutional Framers.3
     Any more than Barack Hussein Obama is.  They both need to cease and desist.
     And so I invoke the imagery of a White Horse as a metaphor, for someone - or someones; like 'the cavalry' - riding to our rescue.  'Our': to the rescue of the federal constitutional Republic of the United States of America.
     If you consider yourself a patriot, that is.
     If you do not - if you want to see the constitutional Republic of the U.S.A. disappear into a socialist (actually: fascist.  Call it 'statist') hellhole  - I urge you to reconsider.
     While you still have time.


1 And thus, why some so-called 'shopping malls' have been built with guard towers, and near railroad tracks... 

2 Now that TPTB can no longer take us for the idiots that they did when they had our congressional representatives bail them out, in the 2008 financial crunch, by having We the Idiots stand for the borrowing of more money by the federal government to give the ‘too big to fail’ banks some more time and room to maneuver.  Snickering all the way to the bank, as it were.  And - not learning anything from that debacle - continuing to play the same games that got them - to say, in the end, us - into trouble in the first place.
   Idiots that we were to trust them.

3 For which there is considerable historical evidence; as I have presented in these pages over and over again.  And as STILL STANDS as a requirement for that office, absent a constitutional amendment to the contrary.
     Not cheap-shot legalese trickery.  Shyster-lawyer-like stuff.
     Justice WILL be served in this matter.
     As in all others.


And speaking of white horses:

From: [a site based outwith the U.S.]
Sent: Sunday, April 17, 2016 12:21 PM

Forget CNN, CBS, MSNBC, Fox, BBC and the rest: Watch a Donald Trump Q&A, and then decide if you like him or not—and perhaps discover why the MSM don't like him:


Well done for posting this and giving people outside of the country a chance to see and feel for themselves what theTrump phenomenon is all about.  In many ways it is a replay of 1980, when, after Jimmy Carter appeared to be an ineffectual leader, letting the U.S. be walked all over, and all of a sudden the people woke up and saw that the U.S. government had sold the Panama Canal, and felt what that portended for the country, Ronald Reagan rode into Washington D.C. on his white horse from all the way over in California and promised to kick some butt, "and make America great again". (Trump's motto.  Reagan's was "It's morning again in America".)  Now, many people may not like the idea of American 'becoming great again'.  But at its heart, it is important for the world.  Because America stands for the [sanctity of the] individual as opposed to the [raw power of the] collective; liberty as opposed to serfdom.   'Yeah - liberty to trash the environment' sneers the ecofascist watermelon.  Well, that's a whole issue in itself.  Yes, 'liberty' can do that.  But under the rule of law, 'liberty' can be maneuvered to do good things even for the environment.  And anyway, the Global Warming/Climate Change 'thing' is a canard, employed by the collectivists to try to put us all in their ant heap.

Anyway, just to say, a lot of Americans are mad as hell (there is hardly a middle class left in the country) and they aren't going to take it anymore, and The Donald is speaking for them, against the 'suits' in Washington, D.C. - to say, the District of Corruption - who want the country to collapse into their filthy, money-grubbing hands, and their totalitarian New World Order.  

Go Donald.  If you aren't the full answer, you certainly are in that direction. 



And speaking of the situation today, between 'the right' and 'the left' (only roughly speaking):

from ’Stanford: No Western Civilization Classes For Us, Please’ - shawn - April 14; posted April 17

kibitzer3 9 minutes ago (April 17)

It figures. When a short few years after I left Stanford - that was in '55 - I heard that they were dropping Western Civ as a required course for all freshmen, the excuse that was used was that Stanford had students coming to it from all over the world, and they didn't really need to learn about that subject, now did they? If the rationale that was used had been filled with words like 'colonialism' and ’white supremacy' and 'ugly worldview' it would have been laughed out of the room. Sign of the times.


The bottom line goes to a real president of the U.S.A.: 

"Truth will ultimately prevail, where there is pains to bring it to light."

That's George Washington for you, folks.

 - And let me put that quote to good use, in this current situation:

from ’Trump in “Yuge” Trouble Because of This’ - April 17; quoting from
(Trump not dealing with the delegate situation sufficiently, being outmaneuvered by Cruz supporters.)

I was so glad to see that the honorable, competent, constitutional minded Senator Ted Cruz was able to earn several more delegates in the great state of Wyoming. He will make a great president. Trust in God and vote for good candidates.

Stan - April 17

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Since Ted Cruz is ineligible for the office, this whole thing is a farce, that will blow up in the faces of the perps any day now.

“Truth will ultimately prevail, when there is pains to bring it to light.” – G. Washington. The truth is, that the definition of a ‘natural born citizen’ that the constitutional Framers were going by – as taught in the universities of the day, and so was so familiar to them that they didn’t need to make of the Constitution as well a dictionary – is a person “born in the country, of parents who are citizens”. That’s from E. de Vattel’s ‘The Law of Nations, Or Principles of Natural Law,’ Book One, Ch. XIX, Sect. 212. And that eligibility requirement for the office of the presidency is STILL IN PLACE, absent a constitutional amendment [to the contrary].

Which also means that the Usurper in the Oval Office as we speak is just that – a usurper. And needs simply to be arrested – by Oath Keepers, with patriots having their backs – and held for trial, on a whole host of charges by now, including fraud, perjury, and treason.

We are, in short, in a constitutional crisis, wherein the Republican Party is trying to make two wrongs make a right, with the ineligible candidacy of Ted Cruz for their party’s nomination, and with that original illegal act showing just how dangerous it was, and is, to the federal constitutional republic of the U.S.A. – to, that is to say, the rule of law. As opposed to the rule of men. Aka arbitrary law. Aka tyranny.

Time to set the whole business to rights.

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