Establishment Republicans attack their conservative members while Democrats implement a national takeover of healthcare. The IRS suppresses political opposition while the NSA bugs the phones and computers of tens of millions and spies on world leaders. Local police train SWAT teams while the Federal Government hoards billions of hollow-point bullets. Hyper-Nationalist agendas such as Common Core in education and Agenda 21 in environmental regulation are implemented stealthily and piecemeal. The Federal Government owes Wall Street $17 trillion. President Obama knows nothing, sees nothing and hears nothing.
What is going on here?
On the right, the conspiracy theory claims that atheistic secret societies made up of political and financial elites seek world control in private hands. On the left, the theory claims that the conspirators are big corporations who seek to exploit working people for power and for profit. Both right and left theories appear to have more in common than one might assume.
But is there a grand conspiracy
Whittaker Chambers, a former American communist spy who testified in 1948 against FDR’s former assistant Secretary of State Alger Hiss, made reference, in his seminal book Witness to an informal “conspiracy of gentlemen,” and Chambers was on to something.
There is no one singular grand conspiracy theory, but rather there are those in positions of power and wealth who conspire to transform humanity through force and deception. While they appear to represent a dark side of human nature, they are often sincere—if self-interested—as they seek control over society through the manipulation of power and through levers of deception and persuasion. They have existed in every generation since the Biblical Nimrod tried to conquer the world by building the Tower of Babel. More modern world order movements, controlled and financed by private combines of power and wealth, include the twin progressive socialist experiments of Nazism and Communism.
Islam is essentially a world order political movement that calls for world conquest, or jihad, and total control over people, or Sharia.
What, then, can be done?
For starters, the American people must familiarize themselves with the Declaration of Independence and the US Constitution which are still the law of the land. Our founding documents recognize that rights come from God and not from governments. The Constitution limits government, tells government what it can’t do, and divides specific power into separate entities that check and balance each other while leaving all other power with the sovereign citizen under God.
God responded to the world order pretensions of Nimrod by casting down the Tower of Babel and scattering the peoples into separate nations with different languages thus establishing sovereign nations. Each generation since has faced a Nimrod inspired world order conspiracy. We must meet the conspiracy by asserting our natural and sovereign rights under God.
We must remember that freedom does not grow on trees but, rather, it must be protected and defended.
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Chuck Morse CREDS
Hosts the radio talk show Chuck Morse Speaks on the IRN/USA Radio Network
Author of several books, including:
On the Jewish Question – Karl Marx, anti-Semitism and the War against the West
The Counter-Fabians – Republicans in the Age of Obama
The Art and Science of American Money – How Our Money Is Created and Why It Matters
American Testament – The Declaration of Independence and the U.S. Constitution – Keys to America’s Future
Author Book Page: Books by Chuck Morse
Columnist: Published in The Boston Globe, The Washington Times, The Providence Journal, WND, Newsmax and Front Page.
Challenged Rep. Barney Frank in Massachusetts for Congress in 2004.
Chuck Morse is the host the radio talk show “Chuck Morse Speaks” which is nationally syndicated on the IRN/USA Radio Network Mon – Fri 10 AM – Noon ET. He is the author of books as well as columns that have been published in The Boston Globe, The Washington Times, The Providence Journal, the New Bedford Standard Times, WND, Newsmax and Front Page. Chuck Morse received the 2003 Communicator of the Year award from the National Right to Work Committee and was named a “Heavy 100” Radio Talk Host by Talkers Magazine. Morse ran for Congress in 2004 against Rep. Barney Frank in Massachusetts.
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