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Induce gradual surrender American sovereignty to piece by piece and step by step to various international organization of which the un is the prime example
Greatly expanded government spending as wastefully as possible
Increasingly unbalanced budget despite the higher taxes
Wild inflation of our currency
Government controls of prices wages and materials
Greatly increased socialistic controls over every operation of our economy
Increase of our beaucracy
Centralization of power in Washington and practical elimination of our state lines
The steady advance of federal aid to and control over our educational system.
Constant hammering into american consciousness the horrors are modern warfare
originally posted by: onequestion
Regardless of what you've said
originally posted by: hounddoghowlie
a reply to: Reverbs
ok fine, lets have a 150 threads about the same thing saying the same thing over and over again.
originally posted by: Informer1958
a reply to: onequestion
I saw this about a month ago, I believe someone introduced it, to one of my threads.
I believe Robert Welch would be shocked today if he really knew everything he said has happened, but just not here in America, but around the world.
The funny thing is, most Americans still believe the United States is still a democracy, and that couldn't be any further from the truth.
Globalism, and a NWO is already here, our prostitutes politicians in Washington sold our country out to the 1 % of the elite.
If Americans haven't learned about WWII and Notzie Germany then they have a rude awaking coming their way. What I see coming here to America and the rest of the world, is something far more evil.
Why do you think such a massive percentage of the populace in our Nation and around the world are
soooooooooooooooooooooooooo ABSOLUTELY CLUELESS about such realities?
Our 5 Branches of Government
Most Americans still think we have three, but we really have five branches of government: The executive (White House), the judicial (Supreme Court), the legislative (Congress), the financial branch (Federal Reserve) -- and if you count the Corporate Branch (via their lobbyists on K Street in Washington D.C.) -- we'd have five branches of government.