What might be the odds that Citizen Ralph is playing double duo, one foot in the Grassroots Green's corner playing goodie Ralph shoes, while keeping a manicured toe nail in the Rupublicans corner? Could our hero really be a schitzophrenic sham? Is Nader really working, just behind the scenes, to divide and conquer any idealistic glimmer of hope in 2008? Read on my friend and you decide.
Many believe that given all the Globalist funding Nader's been receiving, (see below), and the evidence that’s been uncovered about his intentions to drop the ball on U.S. sovereignty in favor of the globalists, he’s nothing more than a fraud, and spoiler of the 2008 election. Others just can't buy that Nader would ever be one to parasitically attempt to take on the mantle of dedicated activist, bank on the good will of others, and use their sincerity and dedication to throw the innocent public to the Globalist wolves, while simultaneously, attempting to garner enough votes away from the Democratic Party to ensure a Republican victory.
"Ralph Nader "Citizen Ralph" is the quintessential Establishment revolutionary fed, funded, pampered and promoted by the globalist elites and one-world corporatists he claims to be fighting. With generous funding from Insider foundations (Ford, Rockefeller, Carnegie, Field, Rubin, Stern, et al.), over the past several decades Nader has launched a plethora of radical "public interest" groups that have become a permanent, full-time lobbying force for ever bigger government. They include: Public Citizen, Congress Watch, Citizen Works, Public Interest Research Group, Center for the Study of Responsive Law, Center for Auto Safety, Government Purchasing Project and the Congressional Accountability Project."
Nader may be trying to shore up public support for his 2008 presidential campaign, but the real question is, where's Nader been the last eight years? Hibernating?
Regrettably, Nader seems to have forgotten that the first rule of activism is integrity. If Nader cares so much to run for President, why didn’t he make a huge public stir on the failed construction of humvees when, in 2004, AM General, the company that makes Humvees, revealed that Humvee was not even designed to afford armor protection?http://seattlepi.nwsource.com/national/203200_armor10.html)
Why didn't Nader get on his steed to take on the steel companies after the steel construction failed to hold on the World Trade Center on 9/11? Perhaps he let that one go because allegedly, the explosives used during the alleged demolition of 9/11 worked just fine and allowed the buildings to fall right into their footprints. One also has to wonder, where's Nader been on rampant pharmaceutical fraud, or on the AT&T surveillance scandal? Why hasn't he used his legal expertise to rouse the public on the Patriot Act, the MCA or the presidential signing statements?
It's been said, anyone can be had for a price. Regrettably, Nader seems no different. According to his stock portfolio, he's made friends with the big bad wolf in a very big way: http://www.opensecrets.org/pfds/pfd2003/N00000086_2003.pdfNoteworthy in his portfolio Fidelity Megellian, including, Occidental Petroleum, the Limited, the Gap, Wal-Mart, and Halliburton, plus various defense contractors, other oil companies, and Bristol-Myers Squibb.
John C. Hammell, in his article, "Ralph Nader Controlled Opposition Article states," states http://www.iahf.com/20040715.htmlRalph Nader’s GTW website tells us:Thanks to initial support from the Ford Foundation, last year we launched a major project on international harmonization of standards that unites GTW and Public Citizen’s medical, legal, energy/environmental, and product/auto safety divisions. NAFTA and the WTO include requirements to either globally standardize regulatory policies or declare other nations’ standards as "equivalent." We now work with numerous local, state, and federal policy-makers, and also with NGOs, to make them aware of these issues and facilitate their input and participation. [Emphasis added.] ...The globalist architects of the EU insisted for years that harmonization of national laws and social policies would not compromise national sovereignty or local control. But that is precisely what it has done. How could it have been otherwise, when local and national governments are required to bring their laws into conformity with the emerging supranational government?
If Nader thinks he can parlay his ancient accomplishments from 1963 to around 1976, into a serious presidential candidacy, while he’s stood silently by while our civil rights have been bashed on the Globalist dashboard, he's in for a rude awakening.