The race to see which Conservative candidate(and I use the term loosely) will win the Republican Party nomination is becoming more disconcerting by the day. The battle between Trump, Cruz, their wives, and their scandalous affairs was contentious enough; however, the nonsensical theatrics of a campaign that, for all practical purposes, seems like a staged show continues unabated. Just in the past month we have learned uncomfortable truths about both potential presidents. For instance, Donald Trump is indebted to George Soros, and the fact that Ted Cruz’s wife contributed to a CFR document calling for a North American Union isn’t boding well for him. Even more recently, The Daily Caller has reported that the GOP establishment was deliberately funding conservative talk radio icons like Mark Levin, Glenn Beck, and Erik Erikson to attack Donald Trump and support Cruz. Roger Stone states in his article that the goal was to promote Cruz as the best, last ditch hope of blocking Trump in Wisconsin. Whether this is true or not is anybody’s guess; however, it is obvious that the establishment is working frantically to stop Trump from becoming the nominee. This is the type of antagonistic, belligerent behavior displayed by the GOP that secures a man like Trump the support he has rallied around him. If only they would put as much effort in stopping Obama, we would be golden.
John Kerry recently stated that the Republican Presidential race was an embarrassment to the United States. He claims that world leaders are shocked by what they are seeing and are continuously asking what is becoming of America. Sadly, John Kerry is right: the race is an embarrassment, just not from the perspective you might think. John Kerry’s statement is solid proof (in my opinion) that the goal all along has been to discredit America altogether and present another form of government as a superior alternative. This is best highlighted by observing the document known as the 45 Goals for the Communist Takeover of America.
Discredit the American Constitution by calling it inadequate, old-fashioned, out of step with modern needs, a hindrance to cooperation between nations on a worldwide basis.
Discredit the American Founding Fathers. Present them as selfish aristocrats who had no concern for the “common man.”
Belittle all forms of American culture and discourage the teaching of American history on the ground that it was only a minor part of the “big picture.” Give more emphasis to Russian history since the Communists took over.
There is nothing more frustrating than realizing the vast majority of Americans are unaware that they are being duped. They are deliberately portraying our political system as something that is ineffective and out of touch with the needs of the people. Trump and Cruz are potentially nothing more than actors in a show designed to distract, confuse, compare, and contrast. At the very least, they are pyschopolitical dupes placed in a situation where the environment around them is deliberately being manipulated in order to force behavioral change that would inadvertently discredit the characters of the candidates themselves, thus making a mockery of our political system.
In this writer’s opinion, Donald Trump was deliberately tasked with inciting inflammatory rhetoric towards immigration. The goal would be to portray commonsense as hateful while other world leaders are defying commonsense and acting as if allowing hundreds of thousands of refugees into their country was a higher level of morality that America should aspire to, despite the number of rapes being committed. This is how you change the consciousness of a nation. This is why John Kerry brought up the issue of other world leaders being concerned about the election process. He is deliberately drawing a sharp contrast between the so called “hateful rhetoric” of Trump and the “compassion” of other world leaders.
It is easy to understand the frustration and anger which permeates this presidential campaign. All conservatives are desperate to restore America to her formal self after the Obama disaster, and, sadly, that’s a situation being taken advantage of. Americans, instead of accepting candidates that aren’t ideal, should be demanding control of the election process. We should not settle for candidates that are anything less than what we expect in an American president. If the powers that be insist on snubbing their noses towards us ,then we should simply refuse to participate in the political process and declare this government illegitimate; after all, they only have the power that we give them.
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