ELDER PATRIOT – Agence France-Presse reports the worldwide Marxist movement is advancing at all due speed with the ascension of radical sixty-six year old socialist Jeremy Coburn to head of the Labour Party.
Reuters reports that here at home self-declared socialist Bernie Sanders has overtaken Hillary Clinton in the key early voting state of Iowa. This can only be viewed as a further gain for the worldwide Marxist movement.
USA Today reports that poor nations will seek to use the United Nations Conference on Climate Change to demand that the United States pay reparations for having caused extreme weather disasters that has “forced” their citizens to seek refuge outside their borders.
It’s now clear that instead of helping these countries and “overusing our carbon allotment” we should have let them starve in the first place. There’s just no helping Leftists who always want more.
The Financial Times reports German Chancellor Angela Merkel has suspended her country’s rules governing asylum applications paving the way for hundreds of thousands of unvetted Syrian refugees to invade her country.
The first step to the end of a nation’s sovereignty is to weaken its borders and dilute its native population.
The Times of London reports that Barack Obama is poised to win his war against one of the only bright spots in our domestic economy, the U.S. shale oil industry as OPEC led by Saudi Arabia is preparing to “tank” the entire market by dropping the price for a barrel of oil to as low as $20 as early as next year.
If you were looking for good news we apologize. The world’s governments appear to be marching in lockstep towards an end of national sovereignty, a move to create a one-world socialist economic system, and the establishment of a two-class social system of the haves and the havenots.
The acceleration of their efforts is indicative of two things. They realize they are getting to close to achieving their goals and they want to close it out quickly because they realize that their increasingly unpopular efforts will be overwhelmingly rejected during the next election cycle.