posted on Mar, 25 2004 @ 07:06 PM
Democrats and Republicans think of Presidential candidates as "their men." They think that these men represent them. In what way? Not their ideas,
surely, which Presidential candidates share only randomly with hard-core party members, which is why they invariably ignore their party's platform
once they are in office. The platform is never mentioned again. The faithful party member nevertheless thinks, "he's my man."
The suggestion is ludicrous. He is the Council on Foreign Relations' man. He represents either CFR Team A or CFR Team B. This year, he is also Skull
& Bones' man. This is a first for Bones. In the past, Bones has been content merely to represent half of the voters, always Republicans: William
Howard Taft, George H. W. Bush, George W. Bush. This year, Bones cannot lose. When you think about this, it is amazing. An oath-bound Yale University
secret society that inducts only 15 people a year has picked off both candidates. Isn't democracy grand? It is the voice of the people.
Voters are confused about political cause and effect. They think of a Presidential candidate as their man. In fact, they are his people. They exist so
as to get his branch of the CFR elected. Fanatically loyal party voters are the party's hip pocket voters. The party can safely pay no attention to
them. The party must court voters who are not committed to the ideals of its core supporters, who in turn overlook the fact that their man will sell
them out on every major issue that did not have support from the CFR. Most of them have never heard of the CFR.
This guy gets it, good analysis. The US and UK, probably most of europe and of course "red" countries like china etc are all one party states for
one reason or the other.
I mean im closest to conservative here in the UK but i know if i vote for them i aint getting conservative, im getting a barely distinguishable party
from the left they are both internationalist 'third way' (NWO) parties this is clearly evident in a decade+ of policy.
BTW If you're not familiar with this site check out the quote on the home page:
Pay no attention to the "anti-war libertarians at Lewrockwell.com"
-Max Boot CFR