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It is time for all men and women of good will to come together

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It is time for all men and women of good will to come together. This is no longer a hoakey thing to say. We must make the system work. There is no other way.  Hoarding gold and food will not do that much for anyone.  The system has to work. If we get caught in a debate on what's right and what's left as a habit, this automatically gives more power to the elite forces to control us because they know how to manipulate either side.  Look what has happened.  We have one party that traded places with the other the party as the party of war. We have a President who supposedly is for the little people, but forgets about them as he bails out the money changers and puts them back in charge again.  We have money products instead of real products. Money is supposed to just support transactions and not take on a nature of its own. We have conservative governors who are trying to enforce austerity programs and they are the very same people who let our nation give our industrial base away. It is 1937 all over again except for one thing. President Roosevelt ramped up our industrial base with the Lend Lease Program and when World War 2, came the U.S. industrial might won the war. What is different now? That industrial base is no longer in this country. It has been shredded into pieces a scattered all over the earth. A new kind of colonialism has taken over where the U.S. and other nations find they must protect their interests in every corner of the earth. This is the new "ism" a Globalism.


We must put aside our labels and branding of who we are supposed to be. I have not voted for a major candidate in either party in more than ten years. I do not know what to call myself but I voted for the Constitution Party candidates during that period of time.  For the lack of some label and give you some idea of where I am coming from, you can call me a Conservative Populist ala Sir James Goldsmith who wrote the book - The Trap and led populist movements in both England and France before he died. Then there is Lech Walesa who formed the Solidarity movement in Poland and was a major factor in the fall of the Soviet Union empire.  After reading about these great men, for me, there is now only one major political party left in the U.S. and it should be called the Globalist Free Trader party.  It began many years ago.


Our Federal Government sponsored the moving of factories outside of the U.S. starting in 1956. This was the same year the Suez Canal crisis exposed an international money crisis. This was the year money was globalized. Money was globalized before labor and workers were. It took more than thirty years to do globalized labor and use workers as tools of free trade and the push for the New World Order.  The elder President Bush was the first president in modern times to use the term. President Clinton came and passed the elder Bush's  programs. This period remains the core of our economic crisis.  We do not need any conspiracy theories to know that free trade and globalization has been driven by powerful elite entities outside of the will of people. It is obvious that workers have no say in the process. There is no real democratic process at work with international entities like the WTO and the IMF.  It is about money changers meeting in places and calling the game.  They control the flow of wealth.  The people do not have any vote in the matter.


President Bush, the Second, came and hid the Globalist Free Trade process behind his "shock and awe" wars. He said look over there and not here as we watched a reality war show where the bombing of innocent people was made to look like a 4th of July celebration.  Who would have thought that after all this, President Obama would come and keep the war show going while he bails out the money changers and put them back in charge again. Who would have thought we would end up with State Capitalism based on moving of production from place to place for the sake of cheaper labor.


The convenant between workers and owners has been broken. The workers no longer have a property right to the work of their hands.  The so called Free Market has isolated  markets and formed a new global monopolies.  It is raw Capitalism with free trade and globalization ransacking the Free Enterprise system.  It self-distructed. Still,  President Obama goes to international money conferences and proclaims a New World Order is coming to fix everything.  Manuel Castells who wrote several books about globalization and free trade, predicted the coming our economic crisis years ago. He predicted the coming of the " Bewildered New World"  as it is today. 




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