Although the women of the United States are confined within the narrow circle of domestic life, and their situation is, in some respects, one of extreme dependence, I have nowhere seen woman occupying a loftier position; and if I were asked... in which I have spoken of so many important things done by Americans, to what the singular prosperity and growing strength of that people ought mainly to be attributed, I should reply, To the superiority of their women.

--Alexis de Tocqueville, Democracy in America

Friday, August 13, 2010

Destabilazation - The Bargaining Process

Been busy lately, but have had many posts percolating and in process, well, here we go:

The third of four aspects of the destabilization of a country is a destruction of the bargaining process. Our host, ex-KGB agent Yuri Bezmenov opines:

With the final destruction of the free bargaining process the predominant economic power moves into the hands of “Big Brother,” the State, which functions more and more 'in cahoots' with mega-monopolies and monopolized labor unions. The famous 'division of powers' no longer governs the judicial, legislative and executive lines, but rather is replaced by bureaucracy in government, bureaucracy in business and bureaucracy in labor.
'nuff said? I can't really say it better than that. We see that the rule of law is being disregarded blatantly and deliberately by those in the Establishment, or "Big Brother".  Just because Obama is holding the bag when all this immigration stuff is coming to a head, doesn't mean that he should be blamed alone. Remember that the concept for the North American Union came about during the Clinton years, and work began surreptitiously during the Bush years. I find it interesting the Governors of Texas always seem to be "on board" Establishment people. I wonder if "they" don't keep on of their own in power on the boarder to see that the work of eroding sovereignty goes smoothly. So we have the rule of law, the basis of our social contracts, dying slowing in front of all of us.

With the talk of bailing out bad mortgages again, we have a breakdown in the financial bargaining process. Instead of facing the penalty of not paying your debt or offering debt to those who cannot pay, us generous taxpayers will foot the bill. One might think that the destruction of the bargaining process is the endgame for those proposing such measures. The fact that it's not right is immaterial to those who consider themselves above morality, they only concern themselves with power.

Our division of powers have most certainly been compromised. "They" have spent the last 100 years, in what I would call a supernatural demonic obsession, to reinvent this country into some other unholy image. The Establishment is patient, it will wait as long as necessary to take over the schools, establish "centers of excellence" to research social engineering projects, bribe, brainwash, and coerce politicians into accepting their plans, packing courts with despotic types who admire international law, and buying up elections. The political bargaining process of elections has yielded little change over the past 60+ years. Let's hope that this November will be different and we vote in some people who are actually loyal to the Constitution!

All quotes from Yuri Bezmenov are from his booklet, Love Letter to America, via Useless Dissident.

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