But even then, with all the government lies, treachery, and the social turmoil that came with them, I never could have conceived of what I have come to firmly believe now; “this land was not made for you and me”. No, not at all. “This land was made for” the wealthy and powerful few, in this country, Europe and the rest of the world: the architects of “The New World Order”. Me, my family and friends, as well as our ancestors (working middle-class all), are not, nor were we ever, a member of a democratic republic. We are, as were our ancestors, the peasants, the more-than-disposable “subjects”, of an American/English/Zionist Oligarchy.
The following article exposes a much different account of American history than the brainwashing version my fellow students and I received in public school and college.
The elites of Britain and Europe knew that remote control was only feasible for a short time. They knew they had to have their agents on site in order for the engines of exploitation to work efficiently. Consequently, in 1628, during the reign of Charles I, the oligarchs established the Massachusetts Bay Company in America. Many of the Constitution’s most illustrious signers became wealthy from their memberships of corporations such as the Massachusetts Bay Company which overflowed with agents of the British Crown. Business the American way is, it seems, business the British way.
While it is not surprising that America’s Founding Fathers were mostly slave owners, a legal activity, it may be surprising to discover that they were often smugglers as well. Profits from drug running, smuggling, slave trading, and even piracy are directly responsible for the founding of several of the country’s most important banks, which are still in operation today. New England’s staunch insurance business was born and prospered through profits earned from insuring opium and slave ships. The large railroad system that was built throughout the continental United States in the nineteenth century was funded with profits from illegal drug smuggling. And one of the greatest opium fortunes would provide seed money for the telephone and communications industry – Steven Sora (Secret Societies of America’s Elite)
Of course there were clever men who knew what was going on. Even before the Constitution – the document of servitude – was signed and ratified, the warnings went out:
That investigation into the nature and construction of the new constitution, which the conspirators have so long and zealously struggled against, has, notwithstanding their partial success, so far taken place as to ascertain the enormity of their criminality. That system which was pompously displayed as the perfection of government, proves upon examination to be the most odious system of tyranny that was ever projected, a many headed hydra of despotism, whose complicated and various evils would be infinitely more oppressive and afflictive than the scourge of any tyrant – “Centinel” (Essay 12, 23 January 1788)
The anonymous author of this diatribe would not be in the least bit surprised to see the present state of decay, and neither would Thomas Paine, Patrick Henry, Thomas Jefferson, or Andrew Jackson. They would simply know that their worst fears were justified…
The men who undermined the Articles of the Confederation and hustled the Constitution had statues and portraits raised in their honor. Volumes have been written about their deeds, but rarely has the truth been told. Throughout America and the world the traitors are lauded as great revolutionaries, thinkers and humanitarians. Their ideological descendants openly and unashamedly work hand in hand with British and European oligarchs, using fear and panic to further their agendas. They continue to erode whatever is left of the privileges once bestowed upon their slaves.
We have “federal sheriffs” beyond imagination. There are forty six civilian agencies of the Federal Government whose agents carry guns and have the power to make arrests. These “great insults on the people” have been allowed because there is little we can do about them, short of armed rebellion. And by the way, no laws authorizing “civil forfeiture” or other related measures of tyranny have been struck down by the federal courts – Kenneth W. Royce (Hologram of Liberty)
We have plenty of rights in this country, provided you don’t get caught exercising them – Terry Mitchell (Editor of The Revolutionary Toker)
I have often said I live in a police state, and that The United States of America should be changed to a more accurate The United Penal Colonies of America.
It’s a pretty bleak picture being painted with this information. It really doesn’t paint a pretty picture of “The American Dream” we have all been manipulated by, does it? If we’re awake and alert, we should be starting to comprehend the fact that The American Dream is, and always has been, for the wealthy and powerful few only, while the rest of us get the stark reality of The American Nightmare.
There is even more:
The facts show that traitorous Nationalists (or should we say Internationalists), such as Hamilton, Morris, Solomon, Burr and Biddle did not have the best interests of ordinary Americans at heart. On the contrary, by way of their Constitution, and later by way of their banks and credit houses, they sought to subjugate and impoverish the citizens of America. In his excellent books The Secret Terrorists and Enemy Unmasked, Bill Hughes details the strong arm methods used by Biddle to force wary President Andrew Jackson into commissioning the founding of the Federal Bank:
Biddle responded to Jackson refusing to allow him to re-establish the central bank by shrinking the nation’s money supply. He did this by refusing to make loans. By so doing, he upended the economy and money disappeared. Unemployment ran high. Companies went bankrupt because they could not pay their loans… So confident was he that he publicly boasted that he had caused the economic wars in America.
“Is there no danger to our liberty and independence in a bank that in its nature has so little to bind it to our country? Is there not cause to tremble for the purity of our elections in peace and for the independence of our country in war? Controlling our currency, receiving our public monies, and holding themselves in dependence, it would be more formidable and dangerous than a naval and military power of the enemy” – President Andrew Jackson
Because Andrew Jackson persistently resisted the threats and devices of the bankers, he was the victim of an attempted assassination.
As hard as this information is to take in and digest, I would still rather be aware and extremely troubled than be a mindless, contented lab rat, like most Americans are these days; especially the x, y and millennial generations.
A follow-up to this post will be coming soon.