Lies of Omission

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Tuesday, July 25, 2017

American Hammer and Sickle

Incremental  collectivism is difficult to spot; it is sloth-like in its deliberation, but it does move and sometimes it helps to look back down the road to see how far it has come. Maybe that's also the only way to see where it's going.

Americans continue to think they live in a republic, but the republic is alive only when the Constitution is being faithfully read and adhered to, not when it is largely disregarded or interpreted into nothingness, especially where case law is considered "settled."

What clause allows for an establishment of a Department of Education? Well, the "necessary and proper" clause, of course. Except that the necessary and proper clause only applies to those limited powers enumerated in the body of the Constitution. Same with the "Commerce Clause" they have used to implement all manner of collectivism.

So, we discover that a school board dumps Common Core and grades soar in that school district. The point is that all of these things government takes control of are not simply mismanaged or screwed up, it is the intended purpose of these programs to deaden the senses of the people, encourage stupidity and make them open to the propaganda for collectivism and generally wear down the power of individualism and capitalism, while blaming individualism and capitalism for the dysfunction the government program is intentionally creating.

Our treasury is swamped by collectivist programs like Social Security, Medicare, Medicaid, pensions and everything government has promised to provide for the people. Collectivists will point to the military budget as the culprit that dominates the budget, but it is the promises made to future generations that will bring the system down. This is because we allowed the con to be played. The military budget is huge, but largely due to the fact that it protects every socialist government in the Western world, who do not bother to build up their own military defenses when they can count on the United States military power to defend them against Russia or China or both. Since we have gone socialist, we will not be able to do that for them or ourselves.

And, they will blame individualism and capitalism for the failures of socialism and collectivism. Eventually, this inevitability plays out. Who will defend the principles that allowed the United States to grow from a small, largely agrarian nation to the powerful industrial defender it has been for the past hundred plus years?

We are at a point now where former CIA Directors suggest a coup against the sitting President of the United States and the collectivist press cheers the idea on. And yet, this treason is allowed. That is how far we have come toward a collectivist state. The whole layer of government just below the surface is rabid communist and it took someone like Trump to expose them. But, we do nothing about it, we look on in curiosity, because it is the President's task to do something with his entire law enforcement apparatus available to him.

Or, we just throw up the hammer and sickle.

4 comments:

  1. Folks, even the most cursory research shows immediately that Trump is and always has been fully in favor of so-called “universal” or “single-payer” healthcare. These psychopathic fools have no intention of ever undoing Obamacare – only making it worse.
    I’m sorry, but if you were dumb enough to think that Trump or the congress would ever, ever, ever unwind the biggest racketeering matrix in human history, you deserve what you get. Keep writin’ those quarterly tax checks! I’m sure if the Republicans can just pick up a few more seats… OH. WAIT.

    http://www.barnhardt.biz/2017/03/25/back-to-work/

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  2. Trump Names President of Council on Foreign Relations as Top National Security Adviser

    During Thursday night's debate, when Donald Trump was asked by Megyn Kelly who he is listening to as top national security advisers, the first name Trump mentioned was Richard Haass.

    Haass has been the president of the Council on Foreign Relations since July 2003, prior to which he was Director of Policy Planning for the United States Department of State and a close advisor to Secretary of State Colin Powell.

    He believes that maintaining a consistent interventionist or conversely non-interventionist foreign policy would be a mistake and that each situation requires a custom-fit approach.

    In May 2013, I reported on a World Affairs Council private reception for Haass, in San Francisco:

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  3. Trump's Paris Climate Announcement: You've Been Played Again..Therefore, any recognition, on the part of the Trump administration, of a need to tax or mitigate CO2 as a means to deal with climate change, is an insult to the truth, a slap in the face for those who supported him, and another knife in the gut of liberty.
    Trump’s announcement is anything but a defeat for leftist / environmentalist extremist scam artists who stand to make a fortune off of carbon emission caps by taxing people for their use of the air. Nor is it a win for the patriotic Americans, who care about their individual liberty. First, it is necessary to point out that Trump did not and could not pull us out of the Paris Climate Accord, because as a nation, we were never actually in it. Treaties have to be ratified by the U.S. Senate.(and must be Constitutional) Since this one wasn’t, “pulling us out” amounts to nothing more than a symbolic political move.
    Secondly, for those celebrating the President’s courageous, moral fortitude to do the right thing for our country and its people, perhaps you should listen more carefully to what the president actually said. Quoting from the speech:
    “In order to fulfill my solumn duty to protect America and its citizens, the United States will withdraw from the Paris Climate Accord but begin negotiations to reenter either the Paris accord or an entirely new transaction on terms that are fair to the United States, its businesses, its workers, its people, its taxpayers. So we’re getting out, but we’ll start to negotiate, and we’ll see if we can make a deal that’s fair.”
    We’re getting out, but we’re going to negotiate our way back in? That doesn’t sound very encouraging. The reality is that Trump is bowing to the global warming propagandists, Establishment fake news media, and the bogus “consensus” of anthropogenic greenhouse warming. The notion that mankind is damaging the environment by emitting too much CO2 is based upon nothing more than fraud and a massive media proganda campaign. The only “deal” that would be “fair”, is no deal at all! Giving any ground in this arena is legitimizing a fraud upon the American people and is a tyrannical and grevous injustice to the People — especially those who trusted Trump to do the right thing. But you wouldn’t know that by listening most talk show hosts who are turning more flips than a Barnum & Bailey circus acrobat. I wonder how many of them actually read the agreement.

    Therefore, any recognition, on the part of the Trump administration, of a need to tax or mitigate CO2 as a means to deal with climate change, is an insult to the truth, a slap in the face for those who supported him, and another knife in the gut of liberty. We don’t need renegotiated climate agreements any more than we need to renegotiate NAFTA. These international instruments were evil from beginning to end, and the only solution is to forever kill them.
    https://newswithviews.com/trumps-paris-climate-announcement-youve-been-played-again/

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  4. We get the leaders we deserve. Can't always get what you want, ya get what ya need.
    Babylon is collapsing. It needs too. Trump is a bull in a china shop,and a liar, this is who was elected. There must be a reason for it.
    No one said, as Babylon collapsed it was an easy thing.

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