"Politics is War by Civil Means; War is Politics by Uncivil Arms"
Christopher Witt Diamant
My Dear Americans;
Today's bad news is even worse than when President Nixon destroyed the American economy in the 70's to halt the inexplicably fast rise of the new culture Theodore Roszak dubbed "the Counter-Culture" in his widely read book that documents it's arrival.
Lieberman is now walking in the footsteps ofNixonby betraying his sworn duty to uphold the Constitution by PROTECTING it and US the American People for which he should be IMPEACHED publically as having betrayed all the principles of a Public Servant of the PEOPLE of AMERICA he serves and NOT the Insurance Companies who own him in Conneticut who want to continue their crooked cabal that serves no one but a handful of Corporate thieves who masquerade as benefactors of the Public Interest and yet benefit only themselves.
Let me give the virgins who don't know what we are really up against by sharing a little bit of what I have written about in my forthcoming book; which deals in part with this:
"When Nixon destroyed the sudden and incredible prosperity millions of young idealistic American youth unleashed that began generating in their buying power and gatherings he did so by a series of well-planned and carefully executed and staged moves; the chief among his goals being to wreck the publically funded Universities of California which were the best in the world at the time by making sure the Bircher frontman Ronald Reagan from their stronghold in Orange County came to power as Governor who managed in 8 short years to ruin the public funding of the Universities; and then to scare off all foreign investment and domestic speculation in the new market the Youth had opened up by taking America off the gold standard; wguch scared off all the European money; and any more investment in the American Market.
He did this to stop the Counterculture from doing in a few short years what no one in the US government had ever thought was even possible: toppling the Establishment and the Military-Industrial Complex that Eisenhower had so eloquently warned the American People about before he left office when Nixon was just their lapdog; and not the pit-bull he had yet to become for them and their interests.
Nixon then reached out to another nation for advice which had just successfully put down a similar revolt of Enlightenment by killing 60 million of it's own people: Red China; the "Scarlet Beast" ofthe "Revelation of St. John the Divine"; chapter 17.