Do you know what you really vote for??
THURSDAY, AUGUST 29, 2019
The Framers gave us a Republic, not the George Washington Administration.
This confuses people, and over the years, has led to radical changes of thought that should be shelved in the age where an encyclopedia sits in the palm of your hand. The confusion, also amplified by the Fireside Chats and JFK’s death, idol worship of the “george washingtons” made for great cover for oligarchs and the hidden hands of the deep state to further agenda’s while you were distracted.
What we need to do, is go backwards in time, from this place in history. Ignore the emotions of 911 for a moment, and just think what came from it, a total infringement of liberty. If we take that and apply it to JFK’s death, we get a whole nation sucked into TV day-time-drama. ((remove the emotions)). JFK’s death was broadcasted and re-broadcasted constantly. Yet if you post a video of any other death, you’re banned, but can post to your heart’s content all the JFK material you want??? Like the towers falling, what emotion derived from the JFK video??? For our older readers, they’ll know, but for the younger one’s, we never really had this before. The elegance of the first lady, the shot that killed an icon, and your minds’ eye forever embedded with the “commander in chief’s” death. Now go backwards even more to the first time in Radio = the Fireside Chats.
History offers a great reason why FDR got away with his socialist system... because most couldn’t care less about anything as they struggled with their day to day lives.
By the time Roosevelt took office in early March 1933, the Great Depression had spread across the globe, and America’s economy had declined to desperate levels, with banks in failure, industrial production crippled and more than 13 million people unemployed. In his first inaugural address, Roosevelt sought to impart a new sense of confidence for the struggling nation, declaring that “the only thing we have to fear is fear itself.” During its first several months, famously labeled “The Hundred Days,” Roosevelt’s administration presented a broad array of measures to Congress aimed at jumpstarting America’s economic recovery–these would become the building blocks of his revolutionary New Deal. One of his earliest actions as president was to declare a “bank holiday,” or a period during which all banks would be closed until they were determined to be solvent through federal inspection. https://www.history.com/topics/great-depression/fireside-chats
I want to focus on the “Great Depression” for a moment. Who cares what’s going on in WA, when you’re struggling for food?? Yet when you get home, and settle down for the night, what’s the voice you hear on the radio?? FDR. What’s the first thing you hear on the nightly news today... Trump. For those who don’t like him, he’s FDR, and for those who do- he’s JFK. Same can be said with Obama / Bush / Clinton / Reagan / Carter... Yet none of them are really making “change”, they’re the George Washington’s of the 1st Congress.
DID YOU KNOW = that president’s don’t have power over anything?? Here’s a great article in the Senate archive about the selection process ((judges / directors / embassy / department heads))
On the day after the Fishbourn rejection, President Washington angrily drafted a letter to the Senate. The overly formal style of the message failed to hide the chief executive’s irritation. He began by noting that the Senate must have had its own good reasons for turning down his nominee. Then his frustration burst through. “Permit me to submit to your consideration whether on occasions where the propriety of Nominations appear questionable to you, it would not be expedient to communicate that circumstance to me, and thereby avail yourselves of the information which led me to make them, and which I would with pleasure lay before you.” He explained his own close association with Fishbourn, whom he considered brave, loyal, experienced, and—pointedly—popular among the political leaders of his state. The president then nominated a candidate acceptable to Senator Gunn.
On the day after the Fishbourn rejection, President Washington angrily drafted a letter to the Senate. The overly formal style of the message failed to hide the chief executive’s irritation. He began by noting that the Senate must have had its own good reasons for turning down his nominee. Then his frustration burst through. “Permit me to submit to your consideration whether on occasions where the propriety of Nominations appear questionable to you, it would not be expedient to communicate that circumstance to me, and thereby avail yourselves of the information which led me to make them, and which I would with pleasure lay before you.” He explained his own close association with Fishbourn, whom he considered brave, loyal, experienced, and—pointedly—popular among the political leaders of his state. The president then nominated a candidate acceptable to Senator Gunn. https://www.senate.gov/artandhistory/history/minute/The_Senate_Irritates_President_George_Washington.htm
NOTHING HAS CHANGED... Trump / Obama / Bush / Lincoln / FDR... none of them could do a thing without the Senate approving their actions. THIS is a Republic, not an “administration”.
I would argue that no one has voted in a “Republic” since the Fireside Chats 60+ years ago, and would present evidence of our idol worship we have today to JFK’s death. But that doesn’t mean we need to follow the old paradigm. What we want is actually more Trump supporters in office, AND AT THE SAME TIME, more AOC communists as well. Why?? Because a “republic” should look like Grand Central. The Framers gave us a simple tool to use to our advantage. The more the law makers can not agree on legislation, the less tyranny we’ll get. The more they agree, more tyranny, because law makers make laws = it’s what they do. What YOU WANT is a House divided, and you DO NOT WANT reaching across the isle. We do NOT even have a “Federal” government in the first place, and this going to surprise a lot, but the whole alphabet soup is “independent” of the system and should be looked at as contractors that only get their funding from the House of Reps through power of the purse... and House and Senate reps are state oriented. The ONLY thing / person you vote for in a federal system is the President... literally the weakest link in the chain of command. They don’t even direct military with the NDAA’s creation. They are nothing, nada, zero to the Republic... They only matter to the illusion that was created by the fireside chats and a death you saw on TV. ((think gun control and false flags)) They are a “crisis actor” that you think has power. When the real power resides in the congress, they are actually the best distraction. So in 2020... are you going to vote for the distraction, or the Republic??
If you really want to change our system- vote for the Republic. Don’t care who sits in the WH, care about who sits in Congress. Show up to town halls, and shake hands with the same people that greeced them in DC. The fact is, that a Republic is local, not federal, and you have more say in what’s happening than you think.
AND FOR THOSE WHO THINK VOTES DO NOT MATTER = The Technocrats, the Plutocracy, the Oligarch, the Think Tanks, the whole Alphabet Soup, the Round Tables like the Bilderberg / CFR / NCP / DNC / GOP... Banks / Oil / Pharma / UN / the Crown / the Military Industrial Complex / the “gubbment”... WANT YOU to stay home as well.
Something to think about, Because if you think for a second that this is going to stop, by non- participation, you’re fooled.