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Ed Griffin on the Left / Right Paradigm
1 year ago
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"Ed Griffin discusses how the Establishment creates the illusion of choice ('Left' VS 'Right') to trick voters into 'endorsing' their predatory system. (A system designed to continually transfer wealth and power away from the people and into the hands of a select few at the top.) In short: When we vote for Establishment-endorsed candidates ('Left' or 'Right'), we lose."

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There's a political ploy from both parties that are in the hands of the few, the elite, the Council on Foreign Relations.

Georgetown professor Dr. Carroll Quigley (Bill Clinton's mentor while at Georgetown) wrote about the goals of the investment bankers who control central banks: "... nothing less than to create a world system of financial control in private hands able to dominate the political system of each country and the economy of the world as a whole... controlled in a feudalist fashion by the central banks of the world acting in concert, by secret agreements arrived at in frequent private meetings and conferences."

Quiqley also asks how can these elites rule the world while letting the people think they have a voice? The answer, control both left and right.

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Our government is moving deeper and deeper into collectivism regardless of which party is in power.

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Both parties agree on foreign policy, on collectivism and one world government. Big government at the top, with feudalism at the bottom.

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Both agree on the big banking system. The big banks must not be allowed to fail. They must be bailed out with tax money or inflated money. They both agree on the Federal Reserve system.

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Both agree on our role in the middle east. Both have rhetoric of bringing the troops home. But, both are pro war when it comes time to vote in Congress or (as Obama did) by the UN's okay.

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At the opposite end of all this collectivism is individualism.

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