Election 2012: The Clone Wars

by The republican Mother

Buckle up, you rebel scum, and let's take a look at what we've got here. This is my first post in the post-CIPSA world, so I thought I'd make it interesting.

What's the situation on the political ground?


Liberals in disarray after Obama morphs into the "conservative" Bush that they despised. Those looking for easy grift money are still supporting him, but the thrill is definitely gone.

Conservatives in disarray after they purportedly just elected a "liberal" from Taxachusetts. No one wants to donate, but don't worry, the Federal Reserve Cartel has got this campaign covered!

Libertarians are eating popcorn, knowing that whoever wins will give us the same ol' Tyranny we've come to expect. Also, these rebellious libertarians and independents know that the election is in their hands, barring Diebolding, which is very likely and we've seen a lot of in the primaries already.

Whatever your opinion: you need to see this video proving that Obama and Romney read from the same daggummed teleprompter, sponsored in part, by JPMorganChaseBankofAmericaCitigroupGoldmanSachs. What these two have to say is what their sponsors' vision of America entails. Write it down and plan for it.
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h/t Doug Wead: Scientists Prove that Obama and Romney are Clones

Meanwhile the media blackout of Ron Paul and Gary Johnson continues. These rebels *waves hand* do not exist. These are not the politicians you are looking for.

Au contraire, enjoy this heaping load of entertainment featuring those who are not weak-minded.
 It really is an amazing video. Ron Paul getting four to five times at the very least of Romney's crowds. And it looks like half or more of Romney's crowd is paid to be there!


h/t Daily Paul

One thing in this whole deal I've learned is that I didn't know jack about the delegate process. I think for our friends the Elites, they've never had to play that card because their mass media mind control had always been successful in getting their man in the forefront, and their people in the Party Leadership in each state and county. Recall that these people are complete control freaks and they've been at this total domination of America game for many decades now.  For instance, in all my many years of listening to talk radio religiously, I never once heard mention of Rule 40 in the Republican Party's nomination rulebook. The one that says that you only need a plurality of delegates in five states to be considered for nomination. Nor did I hear that every state has its own way of choosing delegates and were not necessarily beholden to the votes of the people. I'm sure all these convoluted rules came about with the intention of making it so that just a certain clique of people "in the know" would dominate the process.

As seen in the first video, if you think that Romney is going to be one iota different from Obama, you are living in denial - big time! His teleprompter might come with a slightly augmented ScriptWizard, but this thing is classic Hegelian divide and conquer, wherein the synthesis will be soft socialism. That is, unless your going to be uppity, then they've got tools in the Patriot Act, NDAA, and now CISPA to get your mind right. In the first video, you'll see our man Mitt totally down with that agenda.


So what we've seen from the beginning is our Mockingbird Media telling us over and over that Ron Paul couldn't win. If conservatives had been half as smart as they claimed to be, they would have recognized this propaganda immediately and run it through a critical analysis thought experiment, asking why so negative on Paul before the election was even underway? But no, they swallow their own brand of Kool-Aid from Rush and Shammity who prattle on about stuff that won't amount to a hill of beans when every single bit of our industry is being done on the other side of the globe and we're left pushing wheelbarrows of money around. 

Yes, conservatives prattle on about the dirty liberals, meanwhile an entire police state, decades in the making, is being built brick by brick around us. It's Obama's fault! My behind! He's just being paid to take the ball further down the court, idiots. I hate to be mean, but gee whiz, people its time to get a clue! It's time to get the plans from the Imperial Cruiser. But where are these plans you speak of? I thought you'd never ask!

Imperial Cruiser Plans
Confessions of a Monopolist by Frederic C. Howe - This is where the modern political machine oligarchical model got started in a scientific way. I know some can argue it all goes back to the Tower of Babel, but in the interest of scope, you ought to check this book out to understand the mind of the Elitist. This is their playbook. This mindset laid the foundation for everything wrong in our society, from the public schools to collective medicine, and the collectivist mentality.

Foreign Affairs Magazine - the official publication of the CFR. This is where our foreign policy comes from, not from patriotic generals doing a Patton impression. (They fixed him good, didn't they?)  If you want to understand the bipartisan control of our government by the banksters, you need to get CFR-aware. And they publish it online, how convenient is that?
And you've also got the Carnegie Foundation for International Peace, by which, of course they mean perpetual war because War is Peace. Seriously, if you do not know about the Reece Committee, which unlocked this group's founding minutes, which lead one lawyer to totally loose her mind - the info was so shocking.

Joint Force 2020 read in tandem with State Department Memo 7727 introduces the "rebel scum" to the term "full spectrum dominance" and the later document provides context for the first.


The label full spectrum dominance implies that
U.S. forces are able to conduct prompt, sustained,
and synchronized operations with combinations
of forces tailored to specific situations and with
access to and freedom to operate in all domains—
land, sea, air, space, and information. (are you feeling the CISPA?)

The word "freedom" in the above quote refers to the US forces and not necessarily the citizens. Throughout that document, you'll not find really any patriotic mentions or anything that makes you think of America whatsoever. The military has become the UN's Team World police, making the world safe for "our interests." Newsflash: our interests = multinational corporations bent on "globalizing" the world economy into a feudal superstate. So there's where a humongous chunk of our debt star lays, let's look at the other approximate half.

Wall Street Trilogy by Dr. Sutton - Sometimes people laugh when I mention Dr. Sutton's work. I don't know why as all he does is reprint declassified State Department cables, the private papers of FDR and Wilson, and some wire transfer receipts. It's all public record for anyone to see. What it proves without question is that what you've been told all your life about communism and fascism being something that the United States has battled against is a bunch of bullhockey. Kind of hits you right in the gut when you come to terms with the fact that the richest men in the world are totally down with authoritarian government, as long as they're the ones running it. NY Fed Chairman Thomspon gave the Bolsheviks a million bucks to get up and running, according to the Washington Post. The idea was to open up Russian resources to market, but instead of having to deal with pesky individual companies, you'd just have to have a man at the Kremlin. Louis McFadden, before he was poisoned, of course, claimed on the house floor in 1931 that the Federal Reserve was pouring money by the truckloads into Nazi Germany. Dr. Sutton also does a fabulous job of connecting the dots between Wall Street and FDR, who was himself a streetman par excellence with nearly a dozen directorships to his credit before running for President. They didn't tell you that in school did they?
The point here is that someone has dug down into the recesses of the government's basement and found things they don't put into the official textbooks. If you're tired of hearing pundits drone on and on about nothing [ever learning and never coming to the truth 2 Tim 3:7] then try some fresh facts on and see if you don't understand politics in a different light.

Social Engineering/Do-Gooding - contrary from what the "conservative" mind-masters have told you, welfare programs were not the brainchilds of liberal professors, but of industrialists designed with the total intent of making the population servile to the state, which they run. The General Education Board was first established with Rockefeller money, for example. Public schooling, government medicine, government housing, food stamps, etc. all are controlled by these corporate interests initially under the guise of philanthropic organizations.

The Rockefeller Foundation Annual Reports- This is the group that funded the perverted monster, Dr. Alfred Kinsey. This is the group whose leadership later ran the Vietnam War for fun and profit. They also infiltrated Catholocism when they flipped  Much of what you read in the annual reports seem benign, but when you understand that everything they do, in light of recent events seems to be to co-opt society itself, you'll read them in a different light. The population control sections are especially interesting.

Deliberate Dumbing Down catches these people in their own words. For example, back in the 70s, you find a document out of Michigan were drugging kids was proposed. And lo and behold in the 90s, it was implemented big time.

I could go on, but that's what I've got an X-file section for. Like Orwell, one of those in the know said, "who controls the past controls the future". Some might wonder why I go on and on about what happened 80-100 years ago, but that's where the goods are for a firm, mature understanding of current events.

Well, I've given you all a lot to chew on here, but I can't help but think that it's time to grow up and understand the enemy. We've got a Debt Star of $15 trillion clams because of these jokers. We got here by listening to their paid experts telling us that everything was under control.

Zooming out to the ultimate level, as a Christian, I realize that this world is very temporal. I also realize that the Enemy also knows this and is out to take out as many as he can before the Day of Wrath. There is an epic, epic battle between good and evil going on all around us. You bet your bottom he wants to depopulate us (Gen 3:15) and trash this planet before he gets evicted. The truth truly will set you free and I think that many of the resources I've listed will help you understand how the "powers that be" operate. They've only got two candidates running this election and I'll not be voting for either.






Both taste like malted battery acid
stolen from CL





14 comments:

  1. "Libertarians are eating popcorn, knowing that whoever wins will give us the same ol' Tyranny we've come to expect."

    You said it all, RM. Brava.

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  2. Now let us await the backlash from the 'Anyone But Obama' crowd who will vilify you and your integrity as being a 'vote for Obama'.

    *yawn* Tedious. They are as tedious as liberals.

    Franklin said:
    “Anyone who trades liberty for security deserves neither liberty nor security."

    He apparently wrote that for the "conservatives" of modern-day America who willingly throw their lot in with Romney for the sake of 'sticking it' to President Obama. Weak conservatives make me want to carve an X in my forehead and watch The View.

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    1. I'm in the "Anybody But Obama" crowd. I'm truly disgusted that Romney is the nominee for the GOP. But as much as I was cheering for Not Romney, any Not Romney, any Not Obama is better than Obama if only a by a few measly degrees.

      The problem with handing the election over to Obama is that you're not slowing the blood loss. The patient can very well bleed to death in the next four years if Obama wins.

      Romney is indeed going to be the lesser of two evils, but if there were 300,000 Tea Party advocates marching on Washington, I'm inclined to believe Romney would cave to their demands - it's his nature to appease. Obama is pure progressive dogma and judging by the way he is willing to bypass little things like Congress and the Constitution, he will being doing a lot more harm in a second term.

      That doesn't even touch on the implications of a Sotomayor and Kagan 2.0

      I'm just saying.

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    2. Dean_L,

      You said:
      "The patient can very well bleed to death in the next four years if Obama wins."

      What America are you living in, sir? Are we truly that weak? Are we truly that ready to fall?

      We are, and ever shall be, the greatest, strongest, most resolute and determined gathering of freedom-minded individuals ever put together on one continent. If America can be crippled and crumble so easily under the rule of President Obama, then I reckon I need to leave my Nation and find a residence somewhere else.

      Please do not misunderstand my words. President Obama is the worst of the worst, of this we fully agree. But damn. We are The United States of America, and I'll be god-damned if some Token in Chief and his America-hating sycophants will ever take this Nation while I breathe and live. We can survive another four years of President Obama. People like me have been doing just fine despite his being in our White House. We have been wise with our money, our families, and our liberties. President Obama represents nothing to us but four more years of liberal madness. But everything he does can be undone. Everything he breaks can be healed. Everything he kills can be resurrected.

      If this is not believable to you, Dean_L, then I feel pity for you in that you cannot weather this storm and come out unscathed.

      You claim that Romney will slow our blood-loss rate, and thus he is the better choice given our two choices. Yikes. Again, those who would sacrifice liberty for a temporary security deserves neither.

      I would weep for you, Dean_L, but I fear my eyes are now dried up. Good luck, sir. I hope everything works out well for you and you aren't too inconvenienced.

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    3. Actually, no sarcasm intended, I live in Canada. But I'm American at heart.

      To answer your point, I fully agree that the United States is the greatest nation ever to grace the face of the earth. I fully agree that the country is stronger than the damage that can be done to it by one man, even if that man is the Commander in Chief. What he has done can be undone, particularly with there still being enough people who share your sentiments about the country. My fear is that far too many Americans have slowly slipped into the warm coma that comes with socialism. There is no country, no matter how great, that can weather endless assaults on its economy or its liberty. 8 years of progressivist socialism is a tough thing to undo. Trust me, being in Canada I've seen how difficult it is to undo.

      I really do share your dislike of Romney. He's a weak, unreliable RINO and not a conservative. So was McCain. For that matter so were both Bushes. So was Dole and Ford. And Nixon. I get your point - a line needs to be drawn in the sand to correct that tendency. But this may not be the most opportune time for that. And I fail to see how voting for Romney is sacrificing liberty for security when with Obama, you are sacrificing both liberty and security for no discernible gain.

      I fully appreciate your sentiments, I agree with them in fact. I believe we both are looking to achieve the same objective - a robust, free country free of progressive agendas and sycophantic RINOs alike. I think we just see different paths to achieving it. I'll admit yours is preferable but I think mine might be more practical: help Romney win and then hold his feet to the fire the whole time he is president.

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    4. "I get your point - a line needs to be drawn in the sand to correct that tendency. But this may not be the most opportune time for that."

      And when will it be the most opportune time, Dean? When?

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  3. Indeed, indeed. Showtime folks, enjoy the fireworks as the more things change the more they stay the same.

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  4. If they are all the same, please just come out of the closet and vote for Obama. Most of you are already planning on it so just sign yourselves up for the Obama campaign.

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  5. Some of us are in the Anybody but Obama crowd. Yet others who have zoomed out a level above that are in the Anybody but the Federal Reserve candidate.
    I see that as the total disconnect here. Everything you loathe about Barack Obama is straight up from the bankster agenda. I can't help but note that in this post I included a wealth of information that it took me two years to become conversant in. But no one checked that out. No, it's much easier to use the media catchphrases to converse with.

    As far as holding Romney's feet to the fire, are you trying to make me laugh? Insert your own punchline here.

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    1. RM, your post is both detailed and accurate. It is clear your grasp of the issues and your depth of knowledge is deep.

      Two men have ideas that if given a chance would result in real change and a departure from the status quo.

      Ron Paul and Gary Johnson. The rest will keep us on the political merry go-round.

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    2. Thanks for that I strive for both when I post, which is why it sometimes take me awhile.
      Man, I feel like this is Sesame Street and one of these things ain't like the other...
      I guess this is why Ron Paul supporters come off as arrogant sometimes, because this stuff becomes so obvious after you take a look at it.

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  6. I must stick with Ron Paul and his awesome kids. Boomers would be best to get out of their way.

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    1. Hah! I can hear it now from the Romneyites: "We'd have won the election too! If it weren't for Ron Paul and those darn kids" Scooby-scooby-doo.

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    2. If only Ron Paul would have jumped ship leaving the big R republicans to wallow in their on excess and ran as a libertarian. Sadly he chose to stay on board.

      It now has to be Gary Johnson to carry the ball and those who truly value liberty will be pulling the lever for him when he appears on the ballot.

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