Part II: Consolidation of Power – The Cause Of America’s Decline

ELDER PATRIOT- So great were the economic opportunities resultant from the freedoms that America’s Founders memorialized in the Constitution that innovators, investors and entrepreneurs from all over the world flocked here to take advantage of them.  American industry enjoyed explosive growth and the workers standard of living improved beyond anything previously experienced anywhere else.

The Marxist movement, having always been about the centralization of power and not worker’s welfare, could not abide this.  Nor, could the world’s elite banking cartel who saw in America a great piggy bank if only they could tap into it.  Working towards the same ends, though not necessarily together, they employed the same strategies.  To gain control in the West, they set about redefining our culture.

The theory was as effective as it was simple.  By changing the culture they changed the American people’s thinking and beliefs so that what their fathers would have resisted at all cost, they accepted and even embraced.

Our Judeo-Christian belief system has been marginalized and true faith purged from so large a percentage of the electorate that we are now so pre-occupied with social issues that they dominate our electoral decisions.  During this time of war, economic stagnation (or, worse,) depression-level unemployment, and suffocating debt, our elections are decided on abortion rights, contraceptive rights (?), homosexual rights, and women’s rights, all the while vesting more and more power in the courts and the federal government.  We are voting for spending ourselves into an economic calamity that will leave people without food just so long as Sandra Fluke has someone to pay for her contraception today.

How did this come to pass?  How did we not realize the folly of our ways?

As our culture was being destroyed by the world Marxist movement under the guise of enlightenment, the world’s elite bankers and international mega-corporations saw their opportunity to steal America’s wealth and supported the cultural changes through their control of the mainstream media.  And, our presidents, senators and congressmen abandoned their sworn oath to defend the sovereignty of the United States in favor of their personal enrichment through the acceptance of bribes, or because they were being blackmailed.

Working together, moderate and left-leaning Republicans (AKA Rockefeller Republicans,) elite bankers, and international mega-corporations convinced the American people that consolidation of power would be a good thing, first in the federal government and then later in a world government under a new world order.

In their own words they admit their designs (as well as the complicity of companies they own) in this scheme:

“We are grateful to the Washington Post, the New York Times, Time Magazine and other great publications whose directors have attended our meetings and respected their promises of discretion for almost 40 years……It would have been impossible for us to develop our plan for the world if we had been subjected to the lights of publicity during those years. But, the world is more sophisticated and prepared to march towards a world government. The supernational sovereignty of an intellectual elite and world bankers is surely preferable to the national autodetermination practiced in past centuries.” -David Rockefeller

President H.W. Bush echoed the vision of David Rockefeller in two speeches in 1991:

“What is at stake is more than one small country.  It is a big idea, a new world order where diverse nations are drawn together in common cause to achieve the universal aspirations of mankind.”  

And earlier that year,

a world order in which the principles of justice and fair play … protect the weak against the strong … A world where the United Nations, freed from cold war stalemate, is poised to fulfill the historic vision of its founders.”  

Side note:  The Founders never publicly shared an “historic vision” for the spread of their American ideal.  In fact, their writings indicate a strong preference for refraining from political involvements abroad.

Now, after more than a half-century of the consolidation of power in the federal government and international trade treaties made against the will of the American people, a greater percentage of our wealth is concentrated in the hands of fewer people.  The bankers are flush while average Americans are hurting financially, mega-corporations have record earnings and are shipping jobs abroad while main-street entrepreneurs are being forced out of business, and the American people are $18 trillion in debt – not the corporations and certainly not the bankers who own the debt.

But wait, there’s more.  The federal government is now seeking to surreptitiously enter into new trade agreements that will cede major decisions to foreign capitols.   Could a caveat for inclusion in these agreements eventually include increased gun control?

The consolidation of power in a central government was never a good idea as Thomas Jefferson noted during his latter years:

“Our country is now taking so steady a course as to show by what road it will pass to destruction, to wit: by consolidation of power first, and then corruption, its necessary consequence.”

Jefferson correctly forewarned about the impending corruption.  Shockingly, the $18 Trillion in debt is a mere pittance compared to the $100 Trillion congress and the president misappropriated from our retirement accounts over the years, and that is coming due as more and more baby boomers reach retirement age.

It should be abundantly clear by now that your elected representatives have no intention of turning back the clock to a sovereign United States where the people freely govern themselves and where, as a result they can construct their own prosperity.

The American people now realize this.  Where once the United States was a magnate for millions of people the world over who were willing to work hard to realize their dreams, the growing Oligarchy that now rules over us has led to 55% of native-born Americans between the ages of 18-34 considering relocating abroad.  To them, America no longer represents that “shining city on a hill.”

Consolidation of power in central government has failed here as it has everywhere it has been tried.  The leadership of both parties in Washington must be purged and replaced by those willing to disperse power to the people once again.