- To a great extent the lies and deception underlying the
manipulation of conservative sentiment in the US by the Republican party
exceed those of the Clinton Democrats--if not in quantity (it,s hard to
beat Bill Clinton on quantity), at least in the level of danger. With
Bill Clinton, most conservatives can easily discern his lies and are mobilized
to action against him. With George W. Bush and Bill Cheney, almost all
conservatives have been suckered into the false hopes of being saved by
"true believers pushing all the right hot buttons--well,not quite
all. A good portion of the Bush-Cheney statements are outright socialist
in meaning as they cater to an ever-more benefit-corrupted majority of
voters. Let,s look at Bush,s highly touted Convention speech in Philadelphia.
- He spoke of principles and yet uttered a host of carefully
crafted proposals that violate every conservative principle of limited
government. They sound nice, but anyone with experience in government
knows that to implement these proposals requires socialist federal programs,
at increased cost to taxpayers. My comments are in parentheses:
- "...extend the promise of prosperity to every forgotten
corner of this country. (This is Marxist garbage thinking. There is no
universal promise of prosperity in the free market--only freedom from interference
as each person pursues his own interests, fulfilling the needs of others
in the process. Every forgotten corner of this country, implies that the
blame for poverty lies in lack of government attention.)
- "We will strengthen Social Security and Medicare
for the greatest generation (egregious flattery), and for generations to
come...make prescription drugs available and affordable for every senior
who needs them. (An honest, thinking conservative would try to wean people
away from the damaging side-effects of prescription drugs and into natural
health and nutrition. This Clinton proposal is a bailout for the big drug
industry and is also a budgetary disaster.) To seniors in this country
... You earned your benefits (not really true--payback far exceeds input
for most people--that,s why SS is a ponzi scheme), you made your plans,
and President George W. Bush will keep the promise of Social Security (impossible!
There isn,t any money in the trust fund--it,s been robbed by Congress
every year to pay current government expenses) ... no changes, no reductions,
no way. For younger workers, we will give you the option your choice
to put a part of your payroll taxes into sound, responsible investments...
(He,s playing the benefit-corruption music people love to hear--promising
to continue the nearly unlimited future benefits of SS, while allowing
young workers to pay into another private system. While the latter is
the only good solution, by offering both Bush is going to transfer the
future SS deficit to the general fund--and yet will promise tax cuts in
the next breath. Clinton did the same shameless thing in his State of
the Union address.)
- "Too many American children are segregated into
schools without standards (Bush intends to back national school standards,
which will mean control), shuffled from grade-to-grade because of their
age,regardless of their knowledge (true). This is discrimination, pure
and simple (no, it,s permissiveness which Bush doesn,t understand and cannot
cure) the soft bigotry of low expectations (it,s not bigotry at all, but
a byproduct of liberal standards in credentialed public teacher training).
And our nation should treat it like other forms of discrimination ...
We should end it (he means by federal force and intervention. That is
the danger of his allusion to discrimination--it implies the justification
of federal force, which is very dangerous). Local people should control
local schools (nothing he proposes does anything but require a larger federal
role, at least in mandates to local districts. In the ultimate sense,
he,s playing to a common ignorant conservative notion --that if we let
our local officials undermine our rights and force our participation in
the evils of public education it,s somehow better than if the feds do it
to us) ...Make Head Start an early learning program, teach all our children
to read, and renew the promise of America's public schools (there is no
"promise of public schools except to take everyone,s tax money and
then control values through a small cadre of credentialed professions.
Using the Head Start program as an entry point into universal kindergarten
is a long-time leftist strategy that Bush has embraced).
- "We will give low-income Americans tax credits to
buy the private health insurance they need and deserve. (Deserve implies
a fundamental right, which health care is not. Pushing more people into
the insurance trap only forces those people to rely on the establishment
medical system rather than good nutrition and prevention. Tax inducements
for employers to provide paid health benefits to employees is the foremost
cause [after Medicare] for the catastrophic rise in health care costs in
- "We will transform today's housing rental program
to help hundreds of thousands of low-income families find stability and
dignity in a home of their own. (This will involve a federal subsidy program
which was started in Europe where low-income tenants are allowed to buy
their units for pennies on the dollar. While it is true that people take
better care of units they own, the heavy discount they receive at taxpayer,s
expense is a violation of the rights of those taxpayers (us) who have to
pay full value for housing.)
- "Racial progress has been steady, if still too
slow. (The inference here is that more federal intervention is necessary.
Government cannot force people to accept others without trampling on the
right to make exclusionary choices. Most conservatives don,t realize that
the right to discriminate in choices of personal or business association
is a fundamental right--not an amoral bias. Without this right to discriminate,
we are slowing seeing almost every minority group from homosexuals to the
obese being protected from negative judgment, all the while making it more
difficult for others to be free from unwanted associations.)
- "We are learning to protect the natural world around
us. We will continue this progress, and we will not turn back. (This was
code aimed at the environmentalist movement hinting that Bush will not
sign any legislation cutting back on the onerous and radical environmental
regulations that are hampering or destroying many American small businesses.)
- "We will enforce existing gun laws strictly. (This
statement has a double meaning. Many existing laws are now anti-gun and
anti-second amendment. On the one hand, he is telling the liberals that
he won,t try to repeal any of the existing bad law, while making conservatives
think he is merely vigorous in attacking criminals.)
- Lastly on the negative side, he invoked many references
to God, just like Bill Clinton. This is an evil habit of politicians.
My research has concluded that the reports of George W. Bush,s womanizing,
drug use, and lack of sincere religious feelings are accurate, despite
propaganda recently published in the Washington Times showcasing Bush,s
religious background. For him or Clinton to play up to God is very offensive
to the Almighty, no matter how desperately conservatives may want to hear
- On the good side, Bush said all the right things about
reconstituting a strong military, defending America and cutting taxes.
I think he is lying. He knows the PTB intend to give Congressional control
back to the Democrats so that Bush will have an excuse not to carry through
with this urgent necessity. Of course, even if he does build up the military,
it will only be used to further UN "peacekeeping missions (intervention
against any nation opposing the NWO). In the next breath he pledged to
work toward continued nuclear disarmament. You can,t have a strong military
without a credible nuclear deterrent, so his buying into this strong leftist
agenda is telling. But Bush won,t have to take all the blame for breaking
his promises to the military. We will have a depression during his administration
which will force major budget cuts in defense anyway.
- He also promised to protect the American people with
a missile defense (just like Clinton). This is a lie of insidious proportions.
The ABM system will certainly be the same type being pursued currently
which will not be effective nor in sufficient quantity to do the job.
Lastly, he promised a full round of tax cuts including eliminating the
hated estate tax. But once again, it will be staged so far into the future
that the coming depression will overtake these cuts before they are fully
- THE VICE PRESIDENT: WHY DICK CHENEY OVER ELIZABETH DOLE?
I have been tracking a statement by Dwayne Andreas (believed to be a highly
placed insider with the secret coterie that controls the US government)
that the next President and VP would be George W. Bush and "Liddy
Dole. He said this over two years ago, before either had entered the race.
I think it was clear that the establishment fully intended to push for
a Bush-Dole ticket. The media promoted her at every turn and the establishment
funded a large petition drive on her behalf, (which they did for no other
VP candidate). I think there was a concerted attempt by the insiders
to throw a bone to the radical feminist movement. However, with a majority
of the US people favoring Democratic/socialist solutions, it becomes harder
each time the insiders want to put the Republicans back in power. I don,t
believe the PTB could have risked running a weak VP like Liddy Dole unless
the Demos were also willing to put a woman on the ticket.
- The media had hinted that both parties may pick women
VPs. I,m sure they would like to establish this as a de facto "rule
in politics, as in broadcast journalism, where every major anchor team
has to have a female component. But Gore was faced with having to run
with Diane Feinstein, which would have been a disaster. She would have
easily upstaged Gore, who is a poor speaker. In addition, Feinstein may
already know that the Gore ticket is going to lose and didn,t want to turn
out like Geraldine Ferraro. So with Gore deciding against a female running
mate, the Republicans couldn,t afford to risk it either. Dole is really
looking her age too, and would NOT have looked good up against the younger
- But the ultimate reason may have been the requirement
that the RNC leadership give the conservative wing of the Republican party
a token concession to keep their loyalty. The liberals suspiciously let
the conservatives win a unanimous victory in the platform battles over
abortion--a plank neither Bush nor Cheney has any intention of endorsing
with any enthusiasm. But conservatives leaders in Washington allow themselves
to be pacified by the Republican leadership if only on one big issue.
The RNC gave them the abortion issue, knowing that the Supreme Court would
stop anything from becoming law anyway. But the conservatives had threatened
to leave the party if they didn,t at least get a firm stand on abortion.
They got the verbiage in the platform but they won,t get any action.
Dole was anti-gun and pro-choice and would have precipitated a conservative
walk-out, perhaps lending support for Pat Buchanan. So the kingmakers
gave them Dick Cheney--as phony a conservative as Geo. W., but more believable.
- What Dick Cheney has is an image that looks very conservative,
and indeed, he was fairly conservative as a Congressman from Wyoming (although
he stated recently that he would vote differently now if he were in Congress).
His wife Lynn (a Ph.D.) is also touted as a tough conservative on education
issues. But beneath the surface, the conservative image unravels quickly.
Lynn served as head of the liberal National Endowment for the Humanities,
and failed to curtail its major funding of liberal causes. To her credit
she did stop some of the worst specific abuses, but without hampering the
overall system of liberal patronage. This type of leadership only reinforces
the conservative flawed thinking that inherently evil institutions (UN,
PBS, IRS, public schools, etc.) can be reformed and used for good. The
Cheneys also have a daughter who is reported to be a lesbian and who the
media will showcase throughout this administration.
- Cheney himself is a long-time insider who has risen through
the halls of power and wealth by his many establishment connections. Like
Hillary Clinton, Cheney was rewarded with insider trading privileges allowing
him to amass a fortune after serving in Congress. He served as Secretary
of Defense during the Persian Gulf War and thus was co-conspirator in this
internationalist scheme to build the NWO, cover for Russia,s secret alliance
with Iraq during the war, and allow Saddam Hussein to survive for future
Hegelian purposes (creating conflict so as to justify a more evil "solution).
He was selected for multiple director positions at establishment corporations
(US West, Morgan Stanley, Halliburton Oil, etc) which enhanced his wealth
and allowed him to continue to carry out internationist orders. He went
to China during the dispute over China,s military incursions onto Philippine
territory in the Spratley Islands, and came out declaring that "China
was not a threat to the world, and only had peaceful intentions. Cheney
also was in charge of approving Chinese visitors to US defense plants during
the Bush administration. I suspect that George Bush will not be able
to play the pro-China card that Bill Clinton has played, and has chosen
Cheney to carry on the secret rearmament of China that the establishment
has embarked upon ever since the previous Bush administration. Cheney claims
to be a fiscal conservative, but he recently came out for government price
controls over energy resources.
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