Indeed, we only have one party. Legendary author, G. Edward Griffin, calls this the “Quigley Formula.”
Of course we are all familiar with the theatrics of a phony right vs phony left, especially around election time, meant to fool and con the people. “Boobas” is waking up to this con game. Both presidents are fool puppets of a shadow government and implement the same policies, despite a few minor token moves to keep the fool, unwary citizen from figuring it out. But figuring it out, is the trend ahead, thanks largely to the internet which the establishment wants to shut down with such things as the misnamed “Cyber Security Act.” Passage of such vicious legislation, if the citizens permit it, will be bi-partisan, the one party system at work.
Well read liberty lovers need not be schooled in what the book “Tragedy and Hope” is about. Here, author and insider, Caroll Quigley reveals the establishments plan and con game. Again this paragraph below, is what G. Edward Griffin refers to as “The Quigley Formula,” and its beginning, thankfully to wear thin as people wisen up, join tea parties, and oust incumbents:
“The National parties and their presidential candidates, with the Eastern Establishment assiduously fostering the process behind the scenes, moved closer together and nearly met in the center with almost identical candidates and platforms, although the process was concealed as much as possible, by the revival of obsolescent or meaningless war cries and slogans (often going back to the Civil War). … 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 the doctrinaire and academic thinkers. Instead, the two parties should be almost identical, so that the American people can “throw the rascals out” at any election without leading to any profound or extreme shifts in policy. … Either party in office becomes in time corrupt, tired, unenterprising, and vigorless. Then it should be possible to replace it, every four years if necessary, by the other party, which will be none of these things but will still pursue, with new vigor, approximately the same basic policies.” [Carroll Quigley, Tragedy and Hope: A History of the World in Our Time (New York: Macmillan, 1966), pp. 1247–1248.]
Given that as game plan, and realities, some fool composition that would seek to have intelligent and well read folks pit George W. Bush vs Barry Soetoro (a.k.a. Obama) is insulting to sensibilities and to any common sense. These stooge readers of teleprompters are pawns, puppets, and are on the same team. Quigley above explains is brilliantly. Ron Paul is right, it is a one party system, despite predictable theatrics and media coverage over token “left vs. right” staged issues such as abortion that never are resolved when a Republican President and Congress are in power and could declare legal status of the unborn to protect innocent life from being snuffed out—innocent life that is, like terrorism, taken out ruthlessly and without the innocent having any defense mechanism.
We are not too worthy of hard hitting, clear speaking prophets to go to bat for us today, identifying blood on the garments of murdering chief judges, for most latter-day saints (Aints, as Reed Benson calls them), would not back them up, but turn on them in treacherous betrayal, and divide asunder the fledgling and weak church. There is a delicate line that must be walked now, because of the tares who can choke the wheat, the wolves who might unleash fury within the flock when provoked, even the “mammon of unrighteousness” who could obliterate the church now in targeted destruction. (Hence the Lord’s telling us in the D&C, cited later, to make ourselves a friend to such that they do not destroy us. Argue with the Lord on that one, not me.) As Ezra Taft Benson said in his landmark and startling Cleansing the Inner Vessel talk stated, “Ye shall clear away the bad according as the good shall grow … until the good shall overcome the bad.” (Jacob 5:66.)”
We’ve had our chances to uphold and stand with prophets when they were strong and vibrant and outspoken for liberty, even prodding us along to stand for the Constitution in bold ways that today would stir wrath of the establishment were they so to do. Unfortunately, after much of this opportunity in the past with the likes of Heber J. Grant and his counselors and later Presidents, J. Reuben Clark, and David O. McKay, these prophets were ridiculed. W. Cleon Skousen speaks of it here:
In 1965, Ezra Taft Benson stood and warned the slow moving and some even foolish Elders of Israel:
“Brethren, if we had done our homework and were faithful, we could step forward at this time and help save this country. The fact that most of us are unprepared to do it is an indictment we will have to bear. The longer we wait, the heavier the chains, the deeper the blood, the more the persecution, and the less we can carry out our God-given mandate and world-wide mission. The war in heaven is raging on earth today. Are you being neutralized in the battle?” (Conference Report, April 1965, Era, p. 539; as quoted in An Enemy Hath Done This, pp. 278–279.)
Yes we’ve had our chance in the past, and have mentally stoned such prophets. Heber J. Grant felt that acutely. Note this from an Ensign article:
An unhappy President Grant remarked that some members who sang “We Thank Thee, O God, for a Prophet” seemed to add the words, “provided he keeps his mouth shut politically.” (William G. Hartley, “The Church Grows in Strength,” Ensign, Sept. 1999, 32.)
Today, wolves surround and infiltrate the flock, as J. Reuben Clark warned was the case in 1949. Twenty years later, Apostle Ezra Taft Benson, repeated that warning:
“Yes, within the Church today there are tares among the wheat and wolves within the flock. As President Clark stated, ‘The ravening wolves are amongst us, from our own membership, and they, more than any others, are clothed with sheep’s clothing because they wear the habiliments of the priesthood.… We should be careful of them…’ “ (Ezra Taft Benson, “To the Humble Followers of Christ” Improvement Era June 1969. p.43.)
Harold B. Lee the following year gave this warning, which, in my opinion should alert us to watch most carefully the likes of Glenn Beck for treachery, one who has entered “into the fold.”
“We have some tight places to go before the Lord is through with this church and the world in this dispensation, which is the last dispensation, which shall usher in the coming of the Lord. The gospel was restored to prepare a people ready to receive him. The power of Satan will increase; we see it in evidence on every hand. There will be inroads within the Church.…, We will see those who profess membership but secretly are plotting and trying to lead people not to follow the leadership that the Lord has set up to preside in this church.
“Now the only safety we have as members of this church is to do exactly what the Lord said to the Church in that day when the Church was organized. We must learn to give heed to the words and commandments that the Lord shall give me through his prophet, ‘as he receiveth them, walking in all patience and faith.’ (D&C 21:4–5) There will be some things that take patience and faith. You may not like what comes from the authority of the Church.… But if you listen to these things, as if from the mouth of the Lord himself, with patience and faith, the promise is that ‘the gates of hell shall not prevail against you; yea, and the Lord God will disperse the powers of darkness from before you, and cause the heavens to shake for your good, and his names glory.’ (D&C 21:6)” (Harold B. Lee, in Conference Report, Oct. 1970, p.152.)
In 1997, Gordon B. Hinckley, speaking on a level few truly took him serious on as to the depth of who the “critics are” said:
“Our critics at home and abroad are watching us. In an effort to find fault, they listen to every word we say, hoping to entrap us.” (Gordon B. Hinckley, “Our Testimony to the World,” Ensign, May 1997, 83)
What kind of critics live in our time? Just mild anti-Mormon folks? James E. Faust 3 years later said:
“A spirit of darkness prevails in our day as it did many centuries ago when Jesus Christ was about to be crucified. Even so, as the Prophet Joseph Smith said: ‘Great blessings await us at this time, and will soon be poured out upon us, if we are faithful in all things, for we are even entitled to greater spiritual blessings than they were…’” (James E. Faust, “The Shield of Faith,” Ensign, May 2000, 17)
Joseph Smith is quoted to have said:
“ ‘I want to tell you something. In the future I will speak in parables like unto John, the Revelator.’ (Little did I then think the prophet of the Lord would so soon be slain in cold blood.)” (as quoted in The White Horse Prophecy by Ogden Kraut.)
Authoritatively we have him say the very morning of his murder:
“Our lives have already become jeopardized by revealing the wicked and bloodthirsty purposes of our enemies; and for the future we must cease to do so.
“All we have said about them is truth, but it is not always wise to relate all the truth. Even Jesus, the Son of God, had to refrain from doing so, and had to restrain His feelings many times for the safety of Himself and His followers, and had to conceal the righteous purposes of His heart in relation to many things pertaining to His Father’s kingdom.
“When still a boy He had all the intelligence necessary to enable Him to rule and govern the kingdom of the Jews, and could reason with the wisest and most profound doctors of law and divinity, and make their theories and practice to appear like folly compared with the wisdom He possessed; but He was a boy only, and lacked physical strength even to defend His own person; and was subject to cold, to hunger and to death.
“So it is with the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints; we have the revelation of Jesus, and the knowledge within us is sufficient to organize a righteous government upon the earth, and to give universal peace to all mankind, if they would receive it, but we lack the physical strength, as did our Savior when a child, to defend our principles, and we have a necessity to be afflicted, persecuted and smitten, and to bear it patiently until Jacob is of age, then he will take care of himself.” (Teachings of the Prophet Joseph Smith, Section Six 1843–44 pp 392 — the morning of July 27, 1844)
Gordon B. Hinckley, the year before the Government staged terror of 9/11 upon New York said:
“.…The battle with the evil one will go on and on and on. It will rise against this Church. It will rise against you individually. It will be felt in the future as it has been felt in the past.” (Gordon B. Hinckley, Church News, Jan. 29, 2000. p.5.)
And we have a prophet now? Yes. And how dire are the circumstance, in terms of the dragon salivating for an excuse to be railed to anger and agitated? Plenty. The Lord counseled, which Gordon B. Hinckley followed as is Thomas S. Monson:
“And now, verily I say unto you, and this is wisdom, make unto yourselves friends with the mammon of unrighteousness, and they will not destroy you.” (D&C 82:22)
So, now, where are we at? We are at this interesting point of last fall’s general conference where, for the prophetic record, an alternative to ObamaCare with all its evils and frauds, empty promises, power and control, was given by a prophet, which stands in the same league as how Ron Paul has voiced free market and non-government solutions:
“I am grateful for the privilege to stand before you, and I pray that I might effectively communicate to you that which I have felt prompted to say.
“A few years ago I read an article written by Jack McConnell, MD. He grew up in the hills of southwest Virginia in the United States as one of seven children of a Methodist minister and a stay-at-home mother. Their circumstances were very humble. He recounted that during his childhood, every day as the family sat around the dinner table, his father would ask each one in turn, “And what did you do for someone today?”1 The children were determined to do a good turn every day so they could report to their father that they had helped someone. Dr. McConnell calls this exercise his father’s most valuable legacy, for that expectation and those words inspired him and his siblings to help others throughout their lives. As they grew and matured, their motivation for providing service changed to an inner desire to help others.
“Besides Dr. McConnell’s distinguished medical career—where he directed the development of the tuberculosis tine test, participated in the early development of the polio vaccine, supervised the development of Tylenol, and was instrumental in developing the magnetic resonance imaging procedure, or MRI—he created an organization he calls Volunteers in Medicine, which gives retired medical personnel a chance to volunteer at free clinics serving the working uninsured. Dr. McConnell said his leisure time since he retired has “evaporated into 60-hour weeks of unpaid work, but [his] energy level has increased and there is a satisfaction in [his] life that wasn’t there before.” He made this statement: “In one of those paradoxes of life, I have benefited more from Volunteers in Medicine than my patients have.”2 There are now over 70 such clinics across the United States.
“Of course, we can’t all be Dr. McConnell’s, establishing medical clinics to help the poor; however, the needs of others are ever present, and each of us can do something to help someone.” (Thomas S. Monson, “What Have I Done for Someone Today?,” Ensign, Nov 2009, 84–87)
As this vile “ObamaCare” is hoisted on us, 16,500 new IRS agents now being hired to prey upon and extort insurance premiums from us, it will go down in the record, that God’s prophet, successor to others who have been repeatedly mentally stoned, did give a bit of enlightenment on how things might be done differently. It was not a mistake that he quoted and highlighted the work of Dr. McConnell, even his non-government “Volunteers for Medicine.” Ron Paul, a medical doctor, too speaks of church hospitals that used to be found all over the nation, and none were turned away. Government was not involved. Yes, God’s prophet will go down in the record as highlighting a real solution and example of a solution that is traditional Americanism, Christian in nature, a model of solutions to be made in terms of solutions for the poor and needy, rather than the Babylon substitute of worshiping the state as a false god and provider of “services” which Barry Sotoro signed into law today.
David O. McKay:
In Joshua’s time they were called “gods of the Amorites,” for one, and “the Lord,” on the other. Paul spoke of “the works of the flesh” on the one hand, “fruits of the spirit” on the other. They are often spoken of as “selfishness” for one, “life of service,” the other. In these days, they are called “domination by the state,” on one hand, “personal liberty,” on the other; communism on one hand, free agency on the other. (Two Contending Forces, by David O. McKay, BYU Devotional, May 18, 1960.) (Italics Added)
Clearly, we have “Domination of the State” as the “gods of the Amorites” we will now be extorted to bend knee to by now a new army of IRS agents being hired to extort money from us. I think tyrants overstepped their bounds with this one though. I think there is heated anger that might help those foolish and sleeping Elders of Israel to wake up to the strings of tyranny that have been put upon them for generations as they mentally stoned prophets. I leave with these indictments against the “elders” from a prophet:
“It is the devil’s desire that the Lord’s priesthood stay asleep while the strings of tyranny gradually and quietly entangle us until, like Gulliver, we awake too late and find that while we could have broken each string separately as it was put upon us, our sleepiness permitted enough strings to bind us to make a rope that enslaves us.
“For years we have heard of the role the elders could play in saving the Constitution from total destruction. But how can the elders be expected to save it if they have not studied it and are not sure if it is being destroyed or what is destroying it?” (Teachings of Ezra Taft Benson p. 619–620. also (An Enemy Hath Done This, p. 313.)
Additionally he stated:
“The devil knows that if the elders of Israel should ever wake up, they could step forth and help preserve freedom and extend the gospel. Therefore the devil has concentrated, and to a large extent successfully, in neutralizing much of the priesthood. He has reduced them to sleeping giants. (An Enemy Hath Done This, p. 275., also Teachings of Ezra Taft Benson p. 619.)
Strings of Tyranny were put on latter-day saints in Massachusetts by Governor Mitt Romney with his RomneyCare legislation, which is being admitted as the framework and model for this vile legislation passed today. Amazing, my LDS majority precinct in Provo Utah voted over 96% in favor of Romney two years ago in the primary, when they had a Ron Paul, for example as alternative. Why? Because of Romney’s principles and voting record? No, because of the religion he professes. I don’t believe Romney to be an evil man, but the “Elders” had better wake up and realize that strings of tyranny are best put upon them by some of their own.
Ron Paul, of course, a medical doctor, has spoken much on the fraud of even calling this insurance. Here are a few links to his addressing the issue. Here, at about 3:40, Ron Paul explains Healthcare most beautifully. Ron Paul’s voice is akin to Thomas S. Monson’s point.
Yes, people are bowing to the gods of statism. Be it remember Ron Paul was right, and so was Thomas S. Monson, in giving the alternative and correct path to look toward beyond this vile, evil, and oppressive tyranny out of Washington D.C., which now puts armed thugs out to extort from us our life’s blood and constitutes the “fulness of Iniquity” as defined by J. Reuben Clark Jr.
“Why does our system produce more bread, manufacture more shoes, and assemble more TV sets than does Russian socialism? It does so precisely because our government does not guarantee these things. If it did, there would be so many accompanying taxes, controls, regulations, and political manipulations that the productive genius that is America’s, based on freedom of choice, would soon be reduced to the floundering level of waste and inefficiency now found behind the Iron Curtain.
“When government presumes to demand more and more of the fruits of man’s labors through taxation and reduces more and more his actual income by printing money and furthering debt, the wage earner is left with less and less with which to buy food and to provide housing, medical care, education, and private welfare. Individuals are then left without a choice and must look to the state as the benevolent supporter of these services. When that happens, liberty is gone.
“…Examples abound in the world of the failure of alternative systems to the free market. What amazes me is that we cannot see from their example the obvious failure of socialism, what is does to a nations economy, and how it morally debilitates a people.
“Great Britain is a tragic example of this. Here is a nation that has provided the free world with a tradition of freedom and democratic rights, stemming from the Magna Carta and coming down through other important historical documents and statements by famous Englishmen. Yet England today is losing her freedom. She has become a giant welfare state. Today government spending in Great Britain amounts to 60 percent of her national income.
“This is socialism. Medical doctors under socialized medicine are leaving Great Britain in record numbers, as are thousands of others.
“British Prime Minister James Calaghan said, ‘We used to think that you could just spend your way our of a recession and increase employment by cutting taxes and boosting government spending. I tell you , in all candor, that that option no longer exists, and that insofar as it ever did exist it only worked by injecting bigger doses of inflation into the economy, followed by higher levels of unemployment as the next step.’ (London Times, September 29, 1976, from Labor Party Conference at Blackpool, England, p.4.)
“Such a confession led the renowned economist, the Nobel Laureate, Dr. Milton Freidman , to comment, ‘That must surely rank as one of the most remarkable and courageous statements ever made by a leader of a democratic government. Read it again. Savor it. It is a confession of the intellectual bankruptcy of the policy that has guided every British Government in the postwar period—not only labor governments but also Tory governments; of the policy that has guided almost every other Western government—including the U.S. under both Republican and Democratic administrations; of the policy that is now being recommended to Mr. Carter by his advisers.’ (Newsweek, December 6, 1976, p. 87.)
“Consider another example: our neighbor to the north, Canada. For twenty years (1944–1964), the province of Saskatchewan lived under a socialist government. Her is what the premier, the Honorable W. Ross Thatcher, said about this experience:
‘In 1944, the Socialists said they would solve the unemployment problems by building government factories. They promised to use the profits to build highways, schools, hospitals, and to finance better social welfare measures generally. Over the years they set up 22 so-called crown corporations… By the time we had taken over the government, …12 of the crown corporations had gone bankrupt or been disposed of. Others were kept operating by repeated and substantial government grants.
‘During the whole period the Socialists waged war against private business. The making of profits was condemned as an unforgivable sin. What was the result? Investors simply turned their backs on the Socialists. Dozens of oil companies pulled up stakes and moved out. Gas exploration ground to a complete halt. Prospecting in our vast north became almost non-existent.
‘During the period Canada was experiencing the greatest economic boom in her history, Saskatchewan received only a handful of new factories. After 18 years of Socialism, there were fewer jobs in manufacturing that existed in 1945—this despite the investment of $500 million in crown corporations.…
‘During the period more than 600 completely new taxes were introduced; 650 other taxes were increased. Per capita taxes in Saskatchewan were soon substantially out of line with our sister provinces—one more reason why industry located elsewhere.
‘…the Socialists promised to make Saskatchewan a Mecca for the working man. Instead, we saw the greatest mass exodus of people out of an area since Moses lead the Jews out of Egypt. Since the war, 270,000 of our citizens left Saskatchewan to find employment elsewhere.
‘If there are any Americans who think that Socialism is the answer, I wish they would come to Saskatchewan to study what has happened to our province.’ (Quoted in Corydon, Indiana, Republican.)
“We say, “It can’t happen here.” The lesson of New York City should tell us that this same thing is happening here–to us—now! As Dr. Freidman has pointed out, New York City is no longer governed by its elected officials. It is governed by a committee of overseers appointed by the State of New York. New York City has partially lost its freedom. When will we learn the lesson that fiscal irresponsibility leads to a loss of self-government? When will we learn that when you lose economic independence, you lose political freedom?
“We have accepted a frightening degree of socialism in our country. The question is, how much? The amount of freedom depends upon the amount of federal control and spending. A good measurement is to determine the amount, or percentage, of income of the people that is taken over and spent by the state. In Russia, the individual works almost wholly for the state, leaving little for his own welfare. Scandinavia takes about 65 to 70 percent of the income of the people, England some 60 percent. The United States is now approximately 44 percent.”
“There are indications that America is moving away from the philosophy that made her the most prosperous nation in the world. In effect, we are moving toward the philanthropic philosophy of Mr. B and abandoning the work incentive philosophy of Mr. A. [Mr. A. and B. relate to a parable related earlier in the book, Mr. A representing the US Founders biblical philosophy, Mr. B representing a well meaning but destructive philosophy of socialism, the ‘nanny state.’] Mr. B’s philosophy has crept in unawares under the guise of a new name—egalitarianism. It is, of course, the socialist doctrine of equality. It strikes a sympathetic chord with many Americans because its initial goal is equality of rights. Today, however, the goal for the proponents of equality is to restructure our entire economic system using the power of the federal government to enforce their grand design. They now advocate throughout our economy that we ‘redistribute wealth and income,’ a good definition for socialism. Our present middle –of-the-road policy is as Von Mises suggested, socialism by the installment plan.
“Americans have always been committed to taking care of the poor, aged, and unemployed. We’ve done this on the basis of Judeo-Christian beliefs and humanitarian principles. It has been fundamental to our way of life that charity must be voluntary if it is to be charity. Compulsory benevolence is not charity. Today’s egalitarians are using the federal government to redistribute wealth in our society, not as a matter of voluntary charity, but as a matter of right.
“The chief weapon used by the federal government to achieve this equality is through so-called transfer payments. This is a term that simply means that the federal government collects from one income group and transfers payments to another by the tax system. These payments are made in the form of Social Security benefits, housing subsidies, Medicaid, food stamps, to name a few.
“Today, total cost of such programs exceeds $150 billion dollars. That represents about 42 percent of the total of all government federal spending, or about one dollar out of every 7 dollars of personal income. (See U.S. News and World Report, August 4, 1975, pp. 32–33.) When will we resolve as Americans that a dollar cannot make the trip to Washington, D.C., and back without a bureaucratic bite being take out of it?
“Medicaid, the government’s regular health program for the poor, cost taxpayers $13 billion in 1975. Medicare, the program for the disabled and elderly, cost $15 billion. Aid to families with dependent children cost over $5 billion, and about $3 billion was spent on food stamps. This is to name only a few of the so-called benefits paid out.
“Our present Social Security program has been going in the hole at the rate of $12 billion a year, and yet the party now in power wants to increase the benefits to include a comprehensive national health insurance program. Recognizing that the present program will be insolvent by 1985, President Carter has now recommended that Social Security be funded out of the general tax funds. Charges were made in the last election campaign that the Social Security program was going bankrupt. These charges were denied. Now the truth is out. The President’s recommendation must be regarded as an admission of the failure of the present system and as a calculated policy to take this country into full-scale socialism.
“Our major danger is that we are currently—and have been for forty years—transferring responsibility from the individual, local, and state governments to the federal government, precisely the same course that lead to the economic collapse in Great Britain and New York. We cannot long pursue this present trend without its bringing us to national insolvency.
“Edmund Burke, the great British political philosopher, warned of the threat of egalitarianism: ‘A perfect equality will indeed be produced—that is to say, equal wretchedness, equal beggary, and, on the part of the practitioners, a woeful, helpless, and desperate disappointment. Such is the event of all compulsory equalizations. They pull down what is above; they never raise what is below; and they depress high and low together beneath the level of what was originally the lowest.’
“All would like to equalize with those who are better off than they themselves. They fail to realize that incomes differ, and will always differ, because people differ in their economic drive and ability. History indicates that governments have been unable to prevent inequality of incomes. Further, equalization efforts stifle initiative and retard progress to the extend that the real incomes of all are lowered.
“We must remember that government assistance and control are essentially political provisions, and that experience has demonstrated that, for this reason, they are not sufficiently stable to warrant their utilization as a foundation for sound economic growth under a free enterprise system. The best way—the American way—is still maximum freedom for the individual guaranteed by a wise government that provides for police protection and national defense.
“History records that eventually people get the form of government they deserve. Good government, which guarantees the maximum of freedom, liberty, and development to the individual, must be based upon sound principles. We must ever remember that ideas and principles are either sound or unsound in spite of those who hold them. Freedom of achievement has produced and will continue to produce the maximum of benefits in terms of human welfare.
“Freedom is an eternal principle. Heaven disapproves of force, coercion, and intimidation. Only a free people can be truly a happy people. Of all sad things in the world, the saddest is to see a people who have once known liberty and freedom and then lost it.
“We are a prosperous people today because of a political-economic system founded on spiritual values, not material values alone. It is founded on freedom of choice—free agency—an eternal, God-given principle, and personal virtue.
“The Founding Fathers, inspired though they were, did not invent the priceless blessing of individual freedom and respect for the dignity of man. No, that priceless gift to mankind sprang from the God of heaven and not from government. Recognizing this truth, they forged safeguards that would bind men’s lust for power to the Constitution. Each new generation must learn that truth anew.
“Yes, America’s foundation is spiritual. Without the moral base to our system, we are no better off than other nations that are now sunk into oblivion. If we are to remain under heaven’s benign protection and care, we must return to those principles which have brought us our peace, liberty, and prosperity. Our problems today are essentially problems of the spirit.
“We here in America, as Theodore Roosevelt said over a half century ago, ‘hold in our hands the hope of the world, the fate of the coming years, and shame and disgrace will be ours if in our eyes the light of high resolve is dimmed, if we trail in the dust the golden hoped of man.’
With God’s help and inspiration, perhaps we may rekindle a flame of liberty that will last as long as time endures.” (Ezra Taft Benson, This Nation Shall Endure, pp. 108, 112–117.)
Don’t anyone feel like I’m trying to be contentious in a few more stabs at Glenn. Glenn’s great record of bringing up so many issues and subject matters is what is so dangerous about him. Such truths are, in my conviction and opinion, his “sheep’s skin” through which he can commandeer the flock and mingle among them, hiding at time his wolf fangs. Thankfully, some see his treachery, and it appears a 50,000 drop in a Texas listening audience this past week is exactly what Beck deserves.
Rush Limbaugh grabbed our hearts to a large degree as he rose in opposing Clintonian socialist policies and spending, but on the key, huge issues, what did Limbaugh do? Came out and supported NAFTA and GATT for example, just as the Globalist masters wished him to do. Thus, he betrayed his trusting audience.
I would champion Glenn Beck if I thought he was in a “learning curve.” But his railing against Ron Paul a few years ago, constantly with a mean and ugly vindictiveness really got me hot and angry. To have read Ron Paul’s weekly columns for a decade, knowing Ron Paul has a record that no one with any journalistic capacity could mistake, I was deeply upset at the injustice of Glenn Beck two and three years ago seeking to trash this noble congressman. For me, it was inexcusable. It was not an “accident” of misinformation that Glenn came out as an attack dog on this congressman. Despite this, Ron Paul’s popularity has soared, and Glenn’s new strategy was seeming to hijack Ron Paul’s inspired Tea Parties, and even bring on Ron Paul at times and begin to court that follower-ship. Beware though, Beck is allowed a huge leash to put up great info on subjects considered “conservative” so as to gather allegiance and support so as to truly do damage on some of the key issues, in a recent case, going in with his weight to attack a pivotal candidate in a most pivotal race. If Medina takes the Governorship in Texas, enthusiasm for states rights will explode, and the globalist traitors are not about to have that happen.
Think of the blatant way Ron Paul was feared by the establishment to where CNN and Fox News both would risk credibility and appear Stalinist when they reported the results of the GOP election in Nevada. I witnessed with my own eyes those two networks the day Ron Paul won 2nd place in Nevada report the results of 1st, 3rd, and 4th place. What? Are viewers that stupid, they see three candidates names and photo’s on the screen, and omitted is the number two candidate? Something stinks to high heaven with such blantant biased reporting and the ommission of the 2nd place winner. And what was Glenn doing at the time? Vilifying Ron Paul in evil acting malignity. That is how afraid the establishment is of people like Ron Paul and the anti-Fed banking tyranny, pro freedom thought he represents. If the idea is trashed that such candidates can win, then the globalists loose big time. Medina in Texas therefore has the main stream folks now going in as attack dogs, and Glenn is in that number. Judas may have, by virtue of being an apostle, done “much good,” but a key betrayal doesn’t seem too redeemable of perhaps other “great works” he might have been on board with.
I care not the great work Glenn does if it is for evil and malignity of purpose, as he spews sophistry for those who “take control of the society” and are part of that ” vicious, oath bound, and secret organization bent on evil and destruction” who murdered 3,000 people on 9/11.
I keep hearing reports of the Nielson ratings, showing that in Texas this past week, Glenn lost a big and significantly measurable part of an audience there as he targeted the candidate that they in Texas knows is not a stooge Rockefeller boot licker. (Remember, David Rockefeller boasts of “conspiring” “against the best interests of the United States” and of being part of a “secret cabal” working to bring about this new “internationalist” system, or “new world” as Rockefeller termed it on page 405 of his 2002 book “Memoirs.”)
Beck is here to serve the Rockefeller boasted of treason. He, as Limbaugh did on NAFTA and GATT, will come in at pivotal times and betray the very group and interests of those he has gained the trust of. We see it over and over and over again. We would do well to remember, Lucifer himself sells a lie with many, many truths.
I believe Alex Jones has things right when he is warning of a coming assassination attempt of Obama. Given Beck’s propaganda, it fits the bill most beautifully. Beck is helping lay the landscape for such an attack, speaking of Obama being in danger from “9/11 Truthers” who want to kill the President.
P.S. I have raised plenty of ire from folks over this Glenn Beck issue through the last few years. I also watched his program all the way through about a year ago, and it was very painful, I experienced some of the most exasperating sentiments I’ve ever felt. Ahahaha. Yes, I watched his snake like movements, even trashing the Federal Reserve, but only within a confined context, unable and unwilling to give the full frontal assault that if he would give would have him immediately terminated in his lucrative contract, but in so doing would make me a true fan.
This was superb. Good to see there are some good legislators in Utah, vilified by the Salt Lake City controlled Media, but lets uphold these guys like Mike Noel as they stand against David Rockefeller’s boasted of “secret cabal” that has been “conspiring” “against the best interests of the United States.”
Alex Jones entire Radio show downloaded here. Interviewed is Lord Monckton exposing the Criminal Climate Gate with its prosecutable crimes of fraud.
A bright caller from Spanish Fork Utah tells Alex that Glenn Beck is a ravening Wolf. An amazing last hour with callers talking about the phony Beck, as well as the exciting movement of the people to reassert the States as supreme over their own creation, the Federal Government, which was and should be brought back into it’s constitutional straightjacket of enumerated and limited powers.
Glenn Beck lost over 50,000 listeners this past week after his repugnant attempt to smear Debra Medina, the grass roots, sharp as a tack liberty lover candidate in the Texas Gubernatorial race.
Glenn thought he would torpedo Debra Medina, a true candidate that have the repugnant method of “mocking fingers of scorn” as his method of operation. Glenn Beck has infiltrated the LDS Church, and some believe for a malignant purpose yet to be revealed in time, as prophesied by former church leaders. Time will reveal that unfolding treachery.
Glenn should remember that his attach on Medina revealed much about him, and we can only hope that nasty tactics will continue and yet bring more of his support base to abandon him and learn to find him unworthy of their trust and confidence as he betrays principle and principled candidates.
Original clip of Glenn’s hatchet job with Debra Medina, the true and non-Rockefeller backed Texas candidate for governor: