posted on Mar, 25 2009 @ 01:58 PM
A bit puzzled in the No. 10 conspiracy — I'm not saying there isn't a "shadow government," because there certainly is. But I'm surprised that
so many theorists erroneously believe this is a new development, attributing it to the Bush administration. I mean, if the Bush administration
proved anything, it was that they couldn't organize the traditional government, nevermind a shadow government.
The shadow government of the USA dates back to the founding of this nation, and many of our most esteemed presidents have acknowledged it —
Jefferson, Lincoln, Theodore Roosevelt and even Franklin Roosevelt publicly spoke of the existence of sinister and subversive entities actually
controlling the fate of our nation. Which is rather ironic, inasmuch as FDR's administration undermined the Constitution, planted the seeds of
American socialism, and contributed more power to the shadow government than any other administration in the 20th Century.
Also, I'm not really sure that the shadow government even qualifies as a "conspiracy theory" anymore, for it's not even operating in the
shadows these days — over the last 20 years, it has gradually emerged into broad daylight and is now in the process of demolishing and
redistributing America's wealth in full view of the world.
— Doc Velocity