WHY WE NEED A SECOND PARTY|
Posted On: August 24th, 2012
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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. 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 extensive shifts in policy.
The above assertion is not the product of my imagination. It was written by Georgetown University professor and Bill Clinton’s mentor Carroll Quigley, probably the scholar who most closely studied the conspirators at the Council on Foreign Relations.
When the electorate grows weary of one of the Establishment parties, added Quigley, “it should be able to replace it, every four years if necessary, by the other party, which ... will still pursue, with new vigor, approximately the same basic policies.”  Quigley’s words are the best explanation for the existence of the Repucratic Party -- which is nothing but another CFR cover front.
Alabama Governor George Wallace fully agreed with Quigley when he said: “There’s not a dime’s worth of difference between the Democrat and Republican Parties.” Currently, however, there is not even a penny’s worth of difference.
Actually, just a perfunctory analysis of the alleged differences between Democrats and Republicans show that they are too similar for comfort. For example, Democrats love killing children in their mother’s wombs, while Republicans prefer to wait a little and send them to be killed (and kill others) far away at unwinnable, unnecessary wars on behalf of the CFR globalist conspirators. The result is that, on their own ways, both Republicans and Democrats support the eugenicist agenda of world depopulation.
“Progressive” Democrats see the Republican Christian religious Right as reactionary. They fail to see, however, that the New Age religious Left they love so much is even more regressive — which explains why the Rockefellers and other members of the most reactionary Right bankroll them.
Both Democrats and Republicans fully agree with and support the surveillance state, the trashing of the Constitution, the war on terror, the erosion of civil liberties and the implementation and extension of the Patriot Act.
Even more important, both Republicans and Democrats, including the debating Republican candidates, have accepted at face value such government cock-and-bull stories like the Oklahoma City bombing, the 9/11 events and the killing of Osama bin Laden, just to mention a few of the most egregious lies the government has told us. They seem to ignore that more than 50 percent of Americans do not believe the U.S. government’s version of these events.
If you still are not convinced that the two-party system is a myth, just a glimpse at the recent Republican candidates’ two-hour “debate” will prove that both Quigley and Wallace were right. Without exceptions, the Republican candidates were as unconvincing and unspired as Gore and Kerry running against Bush and McCain running against Obama. At the bottom of their hearts they know that they have no chance of getting nominated unless they are anointed by the rich and powerful, and that their campaigns are just a mise-en-scene to fool the gullible masses.
Some may argue that at least the intentions of some of the Republican candidates are good. But, because we cannot get into the people’s minds to know their true intentions, the fact that they have willingly participated in this travesty only contributes to give credibility to an essentially dishonest process. Consequently, they have acted against the best interests of the American people.
These politicians know much better than you and me that America is not a Republic anymore. It has been changed behind our backs into a representative democracy. The only problem is that the politicians in Washington don’t represent us, but the corporations that have bought them like pigs in a fair through their “campaign contributions” — an American euphemism for what people in the rest of the world simply call bribes.
The idea that both parties are a fiction created and bankrolled by Wall Street bankers is not new. Proof of it is that the cartoon on the left appeared in an early 20th-century issue of Harper’s magazine.
Initially, the two party system was not a bad idea. In a democratic society, most important decisions are the result of a compromise of opposing factions, one slightly to the left, and the other slightly to the right, competing for setting what they consider the best course for their country to follow. Early in the game, however, the conspirators who hate America and wanted to change it into a communo-fascist totalitarian society had a better idea.
But, contrary to openly fascists and communists, who want society changed by fast, violent means, the conspirators choose slow, gradual infiltration techniques like the ones advocated by British Fabians and Gramcian communists. Consequently, they decided to infiltrate both main political parties to turn them into useful, secret tools to advance their secret globalist agenda.
Once this initial infiltration step was achieved, and with almost total control of the mainstream media and the educational system, they began using sophisticated techniques of psychological manipulation to keep the American public under the impression that they were the ones electing their presidents. The fact that in the last fifty years American presidents belonging to both parties have systematically trashed the Constitution and betrayed the people who voted for them is proof enough that our votes are irrelevant.
The real inconvenient truth is that American voters don’t elect American presidents any longer. Actually, perhaps with the exception of John F. Kennedy, would be American presidents are tapped at the secret meetings of the Council of Foreign relations, the Bohemian Grove, the Bilderberg Group, or the World Economic Forum. Once they are selected, the rest is just smoke and mirrors and psychological manipulation to make gullible American voters believe that they had been the ones who have elected their presidents.
In the last three presidential elections Americans were brainwashed into giving their votes to the lesser of two evils. The belief on anyone but Bush I, gave us Clinton. Then, anyone but Clinton brought us Bush II. Anyone but Bush II gave us Obama. Mentions of anyone but Obama are already appearing on the web. But, as Albert Einstein once said, insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results.
A few months ago I asked the president of the Tea Party movement of a southern city why the Tea Party should not become a true, independent party. Her answer was, because never in the U.S. a third party has won an election. But, according to that logic, a foreign-born Muslim would have never been elected president of the United States. Nevertheless, the usurper is currently flying on Air Force One to play in a golf course somewhere in the U.S.
Canadian media critic Marshall McLuhan once said that people advance with their eyes fixed on the rear view mirror, and this seems to be the case of most Tea Party members. If we want to save this country from an imminent catastrophe we need to think outside the box and look to the future instead. For this, we must begin by stopping playing the disinformers’ game and see the Republican-Democratic hoax as what it really is: the true communo-fascist party of America. Consequently, we need a true, independent second party.
The Tea party movement will not do, because it has become evident that the conspirators recruited Sarah Palin and used her as a Judas goat to guide the Tea Party sheeple right into the Republican slaughterhouse. The Libertarian party would not do either, because a true libertarian would never become a politician — as Groucho Marx once said, “I don’t want to belong to any club that accepts me as a member.”
So, are there any options left? Well, there are.
Faithful to my personal policy of never giving my vote to any Republican or Democrat, nor to any incumbent, in the past presidential election I gave my vote to Chuck Baldwin, the Constitutional Party candidate. I think that, despite the disinformers’ opinion about third parties, the combination of Chuck Baldwin and Jesse Ventura, running as independents or as candidates of a true second party, would be a winner.
Why do I believe so?
In the first place, because none of them are members of the corrupt Republican or Democratic parties, nor are they incumbent, for-life career politicians. Secondly, because I think that currently they are the only ones who not only love the America the conspirators hate, but also have the knowledge, the integrity, the honesty, the willingness, and the guts to stop in their tracks both the Washington traitors and the globalist conspirators who support them.
 Carroll Quigley, Tragedy and Hope: A History of the World in Our Time (New York: Macmillan, 1966), pp. 1247-1248.
 Quigley, Ibid.
 See Servando Gonzalez, “Call Him Bushama,” The Intel Hub, May 14, 2011, http://theintelhub.com/2011/05/14/call-him-bushama/