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False left-right paradigm = tag team Incrementalism

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posted on Aug, 18 2009 @ 08:18 PM
Incremental changes in our basic freedoms are threatened by both the right and the left of the political spectrum. They both represent greater state control and an equal opportunity at further erosion of our liberty. We do not know what we have missed until it is gone as the bards say. We have missed out now big time. With each passing elective cycle that the process does not elect people who are truly for the people and not for the big corporations and larger more intrusive government the more alienated the populous will become.

Truth is not unknown to the masses, we simply have slumbered for far too long and now our servants in government have decided they are better than the populous at large. They now think of themselves as authorities and we as mere consumers and citizens. They now decide when you can have your constitutionally protected freedoms and when and where those liberties will be revoked. (See free speech zones) (Gun free zones) and so forth.

This change has happened very slowly for the most part over the last 5 decades except for when there is a crisis (False flag or not) and at that point the cycle is escalated in speed of implementation. This incremental tag team political system is still just walking us off the cliff towards tyranny.

I am sick to death of reading rightly this and lefty that, Socialist this and Fascist that when in reality they are the 2 heads on the same political snake. It is the politics of divide and conquer, the politics of division and hatred. Keep the stupid fighting each other so they can not form a united front against the real enemy.

• The huge mega-corporations that have grown up around the Federal Reserve fiat monetary system.
• The huge mega-corporations that have grown up around any number of government programs like NASA, the DOD, the DHS, and many others.
• The Big Pharma corps
• The mega-corps that have grown fat on farm subsidies

Every one of these represents the true enemy of the people and our liberty. I know they are ingrained in the American way of life but so it was in Mussolini’s Italy, and he rightly called it Corporatism. That is what we have today and the left and the right of the political divide feed this Leviathan. We are not going to cure this problem over night because they have grown too powerful.

They threaten the entire United States if ever their role in our lives is questioned. They rule by fear, intimidation, corruption, and if that does not work then they just defame or kill people and besmirch or erase their records using their civil service insiders in government and mercenaries from ex-government.

It will require a revolution to change things and this will not be one that is going to be fought in a week or a year or even a decade. It will take just not hiring anyone that the corporatist media says is the candidate of choice.

It will require dismantling the corporatist structure from the inside. People who are part of the machine will have to start monkey wrenching the works quietly from inside. It is going to take some real and prolonged effort.

I do not think that this nation has the collective will to accomplish what must be done but I always hope that I am wrong.

Edited for typos;

[edit on 18-8-2009 by wayouttheredude]

posted on Aug, 18 2009 @ 08:30 PM
reply to post by wayouttheredude

Fantastic post. As long as we remain divided we can never confront the real enemy, one that trancends the so-called political spectrum. :applause:

"The argument that the two parties should represent opposed ideals and policies, one, perhaps, of the Right and the other of the Left, is a foolish idea acceptable only to doctrinaire and academic thinkers. "
Carroll Quigley

posted on Aug, 18 2009 @ 08:38 PM
reply to post by Neo_Serf

Thank you. It is a message that I think bears repeating and reworking until everyone on the political treadmill that is going no where starts to grasp this reality. I hope to say it as well as I can and can only hope that if it is said well and repeated eloquently enough that the idea will some day take root and people can finally shake off their self induced delusion that is their belief in this 2 party political system of ours.

posted on Aug, 18 2009 @ 09:30 PM
I think to be truly fair and balanced the 2 most recent modern faces of corporatism should share the same Joker poster. AJ over at infowars was kind enough to provide both on his site but I have not seen the 2 of them together in one poster with the same title under each. It is just the fair way to show this.

Here is the link to the large size if you like it.

Corporatism large size

posted on Aug, 18 2009 @ 11:17 PM
Star and flag for you! I was wondering about this myself reading posts regarding health care and the like. It seems interesting that so many I see on this site are rabidly protective of "their guy" Bush or Obama, with all the info on this site and the information specifically pertaining to how the more things change the more they stay the same you'd think people who belong to a site with deny ignorance in the header would be a bit more alert. Does anyone honestly think that if we had McCain things would be that markedly different? Or hillary even? With the number of suspicious deaths following these guys around you'd think someone would say hey, you know this seems fishy and actually attempt an investigation. I finally found the Obama death toll, it's here, it's not quite approaching Bush yet but it's getting there. Then of course you've got documentaries like "Conspiracy of Silence" and whatever you think of AJ I think his videos are pretty good, plenty of books and other media, then of course the classic "Behold a Pale Horse", and "The creature from Jekyll Island" the evidence is there, it's all there and yet people still sleep, they still think someone genuinely concerned with the Constitution and the rights of the people will somehow get elected. I applaud you for pointing out the incremental nature of what we are seeing, I had told friends of mine about the Patriot Act and more being passed under Bush, I wasn't terribly concerned with the SHTF under him because well, his popularity was so low, and he was painted as the guy to do it, the framework was still too new, still being built with the Department of Homeland Defense and the like. I knew we'd get a Democrat in office to push a lot more crap through and he's the guy I'm concerned will use the framework that is in place, because after all if he does, well it's only because he cares about the little guy, and it's for our own good. How is it that the same faces keep showing up in government but somehow we're supposed to believe these are new people, fresh ideas, it's a different story now because the front guy looks different. I was looking through the Parade magazine today from our local newspaper and there's an article praising BO and talking about what the children can learn from him written by none other than Bill O'Reilly. How can people even manage to get their info from the MSM today is amazing and frankly scary as hell. We're really up a creek and I'm afraid even if enough wake up to take the Government back it's gonna be a mess. I'll give you one guess who's gonna be blamed for the next false flag terror op.

posted on Aug, 18 2009 @ 11:26 PM

• The huge mega-corporations that have grown up around the Federal Reserve fiat monetary system. • The huge mega-corporations that have grown up around any number of government programs like NASA, the DOD, the DHS, and many others. • The Big Pharma corps • The mega-corps that have grown fat on farm subsidies

Flag to the OP, and stars to all supporting this thread. This topic does bare more attention.

The PTB through the NWO don't just rule our lives through govt., but through the quoted text above. In this manner the ole' frog in a pan of water doesn't hold weight; because this is many frogs in a boiling sea.

Revolution is correct, I personally lean toward civil disobedience, and just saying No more.

posted on Aug, 19 2009 @ 12:51 PM
Well written post outtheredude! I couldn't agree more with the
things your thread states. It was something I always suspected
but wasn't confirmed for me until the 2000 elections. Gore seemed
to be the winner and when they managed to get the recount stopped
and the decision went to Bush I was stunned as was most of our
country. The icing on the cake was when Gore conceded the election
"in the best interests of our nation". Horsehockey! The Republicans
made some kind of deal with him just like they did with Iran during
the 1980 elections.

John Kerry did the same thing when there was clear evidence of
vote tampering in Ohio in the 2004 elections.

I do hold religion partially responsible for the good/bad right/left
mentality that is so pervasive today. That is the root of the problem
- the tendency of the human mind to percieve things in such a dualistic fashion.

Is this genetically built in to us or is it just programming? Once we
know the origins the beast we can begin to address the problems
that it creates.

Congratulations to you Wayoutheredude for breaking through
the consensus reality and finding mental breathing room! great post
and keep up the good work.

posted on Aug, 19 2009 @ 08:19 PM
reply to post by Asktheanimals

Thanks for the Kudos. I too was alerted to much of the reality of the false nature of the 2 party system by the same indicators. It seemed that Gore had a good reason to challenge those spurious results, and Kerry conceded too easy given the corrupt nature of the Florida and Ohio election systems.

If the revolution does not start to make some real progress back to the founders vision very soon we might lose any window of opportunity we might ever had.

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