Illusionary Political Trust – Americans are rightly suspicious of Islam, not because of racism or bigotry, but because of Jihadi terrorism and its shocking culture of violence toward anyone who disagrees with it. Americans are rightly fearful of Islamic ideals of supreminence, especially from a class of camel riders and goat herders. Suspicion and precautions therefore are definitely called for. Fear is a great motivator for self-defense. Beware though, Obama loves ‘em!
I’m afraid that violence will come soon enough if the Progressives continue to hold the executive and continue the flood of Jihadists onto our shores, some of whom have already started plans to carry out their attacks against us. Sadly, it might come anyway if a weak GOP company man is foisted upon us as our presidential candidate. It becomes a matter of trust after all, doesn’t it?
Conversely Americans faith in the Congress shockingly hovers around a low10% approval rate because they too can no longer be trusted to govern. They demonstrate this fact almost daily by failing to keep the promises they made to the electorate that put them there. Why should that be? It’s because both parties are actually about the same with the same goals in mind: power and control. And, all follow a playbook dealt to them by the idealists with full purses and a “one world order” goal. I refer, of course, to the international corporatists and world banks.
Americas conservative base seeks its liberty under the GOP brand, hoping the US Constitution and the Rule of Law, still mean something. But this too is illusionary. The only reason the two political parties appear different is because they have different names.
Another illusion is that joining either of the two parties will lead to political freedom when just the opposite is true. If both parties are bent on their own self survival, so they can plunder the treasury and create their one world government, then it is imperative for them, both parties, to marginalize the voter base. To understand this is to bring a modicum of understanding about why the GOP funds non-conservative candidates who stand against their candidate of choice.
Permitting political plunder, like the Obama administration is doing, will never lead to liberty, only to a scheme of social conformity once clearly exemplified under the late communist utopian society of the former Soviet Union, a most recent example still within our purview.
Another major illusion of political trust is that the electorate can rid itself of it’s political failures every two or four years. Clearly, not so! The political machinery of corruption has been so carefully erected within the process of democracy, for so long, that only another revolution can bring it down. But, how can we have a proper revolution when our shores have been breached by a violent religious philosophy (Islam) that has other ideas about how America should be restructured, or by supporting a society already within that does not know how to produce, build or create freedom under the concepts of our Constitution?
The electorate now knows that their Congress is corrupt, but still clings to the illusion that the Justice Department, the IRS, the EPA, that private bank known as The Federal Reserve, and even Wall Street bankers, can fix the problem if they only tried harder because they are not corrupt. Worse, the voters still believe that the election process is not corrupt when we see evidence to the contrary every election cycle. Why do we not believe our eyes and ears when irrefutable evidence of political corruption abounds? The Main Stream Media has been corrupted and is no longer our major source of information. We must educate ourselves.
Remember, freedom is the goal, the constitution is the way.
Now, go get ‘em!
George G. McClellan