The Dialectical Nature of the Farce Called Politics
The dog and pony show called politics should show itself as being the sham it truly is more than ever before. However, this is not the case for many people. The public is made to believe that this laughable charade is real, when it is a smoke and mirrors illusion controlled by the few behind the proverbial curtain, who control both sides of the political spectrum to foment divide & conquer.
Americans went to the polls in '06 to vote in the Democrats, only to see a continuation of the same policies put forward by their Republican counterparts. This is because no matter who is in office, they're all put there to read off the same script, written by the same few men at the top, who work through a network of unelected bureaucracies and non-governmental organizations (NGOs), such as the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR), the Club of Rome, the Trilateral Commission, and the Royal Institute for International Affairs (RIIA).
While the media's emphasis is on politicians and their respective parties, no attention is given to the NGOs these people are members of, such as the CFR, which is the real policy making arm of this country and features members of both parties. In reality, the CFR is merely the stateside branch of an organization that was established in England in 1920, out of the Rhodes Round Table groups, called the Royal Institute for International Affairs (aka Chatham House).
The remaining two candidates running for the Democratic ticket in '08 (Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama), as well as the two "frontrunners" on the Republican side (John McCain and Mitt Romney), are members of the CFR. Republican candidate Mike Huckabee was considered a longshot for the presidency when the race began, but after addressing the CFR in September, he quickly emerged as a frontrunner. CFR president Richard Haas is now an advisor to the Huckabee campaign. Go figure.
Carroll Quigley, a former CFR archivist and mentor to Bill Clinton at Georgetown, who selected Clinton for the Rhodes Scholarship in 1968, once stated:
"The CFR is the American Branch of a society which originated in England, and which believes that national boundaries should be obliterated, and a one-world rule established."
Regarding the two-party system, on pp. 1247-8 of Tragedy & Hope (1966), Quigley states:
"The chief problem of American political life for a long time has been how to make the two Congressional parties more national and international. 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 the that American people can 'throw the rascals out' at any election without leading to any profound or extensive shifts in policy."
For more info on Quigley, check out my 6 minute video,
Carroll Quigley: Our Tragedy and Their Hope
|This video highlights some of the more important quotes and passages taken from the books of former CFR archivist, Georgetown professor and Bill Clinton mentor, Carroll Quigley. |
This includes passages from 'Tragedy and Hope' (1966), as well as 'The Anglo-American Establishment' (1982). The books provide a look into the inner workings of the elite bureaucracies that run the world today, from one of the conspirators themselves. This video is an excellent start for those unfamiliar with Quigley and are just waking up to the agenda, as these are irrefutable quotes from an insider and undeniable proofs of a massive, longstanding conspiracy against the people, not only of the US, but the entire world.
Left wing or Right wing, these are merely two wings belonging to the same bird -- two sides of the same coin. This is the dialectic nature by which the system we are living under operates, and is aimed at creating a desired outcome, or, synthesis. This method of covert domination can be seen all throughout history, and a good example would be the first two world wars. While the public is lead to believe that these wars were merely the result of unrelated and spontaneous uprisings, quite a different picture is painted when you delve into the true history that has been suppressed from the general public, which shows that both sides of these wars were being funded by the same few families behind the scenes -- namely the Rothschild and Rockefeller families.
Despite the fact that nothing changes, regardless of which party or person is in office, the public can still be expected to go to the polls in November to pull the lever for their puppet of choice, believing that they have a say when they have anything but. This system is run by Fabian socialism, which unlike revolutionary socialism is done through incrementalism and stealth. Lenin once stated that communism is merely socialism in a hurry. This is the doctrine of both political parties. While the Democrats tend to be more openly socialistic, the Republicans prefer to hide this under the guise of nationalism and a "strong national defense" (i.e. imperialistic war-mongering).
I have always found it amusing that many people staunchly opposed to the current administration, speak highly about the days when Bill Clinton was in office, as if Clinton is any less the globalist NWO puppet that Bush is. (After all, it was Clinton that gave us NAFTA, the precursor to the coming North American Union.) These people are all torn from the same cloth and are put into power to serve the same few men at the top. When the public gets sick of one party, they simply "throw the rascals out" and put the other one in, only to carry out almost the exact same policies. This was admitted by Carroll Quigley in an above quote.
If Hillary wins the upcoming nomination and the ensuing presidential election in November -- and it's likely she will, as it is clear that she is the anointed one -- it will represent 32 years of Bush-Clinton dynasty, considering that Bush sr. ran the administration of the senile puppet Ronald Reagan.
From these empty suits and turncoats we call politicians and our "elected leaders," we hear the same empty platitudes about so-called "change." But what change are they referring to and what is the real reason for this change? Nobody asks themselves what this change entails or if it even benefits them. We are conditioned to think that we are simply progressing and evolving as time goes on, as if this is happening naturally.
"The technetronic era involves the gradual appearance of a more controlled society. Such a society would be dominated by an elite, unrestrained by traditional values. Soon it will be possible to assert almost continuous surveillance over every citizen and maintain up-to-date complete files containing even the most personal information about the citizen. These files will be subject to instantaneous retrieval by the authorities.”
In order for this agenda to be stopped in its tracks, it would require enough people ridding themselves of their indoctrinated beliefs about how the system is run. It would first entail people looking within themselves, understanding their own role within the matrix. Everything that is presented at face value is there for a reason, and nothing is ever as it appears. There is no battle of Left vs. Right, Democrat vs. Republican, Capitalism vs. Socialism, White vs. Black, Muslims vs. Westerners, etc.. These are all manufactured "sides" and simply the way in which dialectics (force vs. counter-force) are used, pitting opposites against one another to create a desired outcome (reconciliation). The real war is not between manufactured groups or "sides," all of which are part of the same hydra head.