“Representative Dennis J. Kucinich accused two of the major contenders for
the Democratic nomination, Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton and John Edwards, of
participating in a ‘conspiracy to rig the presidential election,’
after they apparently suggested that future presidential debates should be pared
down to include fewer candidates,” reports the New York Times, or rather
its “political blogging” division. “One argument would say that
the presidency is for sale, and the other is kind of a Forrest Gump approach to
politics, which says that if you have name recognition then you win without a
campaign,” complained Kucinich. “But in a democracy people get exposed
to ideas and they make the decision for themselves.”
Good one, Dennis.
It is not so much that the “presidency is for sale” rather than
it is a fixed horse race, the horses picked and groomed by the global elite.
It has nothing to do with Forrest Gump or not running a campaign. It has to
do with the winner decided in advance and everything that follows is little
more than a homecoming float rolled out to bedazzle the masses, who mostly believe
everything they are told, even the ruse they live in a “democracy,”
as Dennis would have it.
In Dennis’ “democracy,” the commoners “get exposed
to ideas and they make the decision for themselves,” when in actuality
the commoners are exposed to “ideas” trotted out by the corporate
media, controlled by the same people who pick and groom the “candidates,”
actually selectees, and the “decision” is made far in advance. Either
Dennis is clueless and a Forrest Gump character himself—a simple man,
not that shrewd political players, in Congress for decades on end, are simple-minded—or
he is playing right along with the globalists, as dictated by the script. Of
course, this may be deemed unfair to Mr. Kucinich. On the other hand, as a Congress
insider and chairman of the Domestic Policy Subcommittee of the House Committee
on Oversight and Government Reform, it is difficult to believe he sincerely
buys into the nonsense he peddles.
In letters sent to Clinton and Edwards, Kucinich wrote:
Rather than a mere forum restricted to 60 second answers that must avoid
any critique of the history and positions of other participants, I am challenging
you to a debate in the classical style. With America’s constitutional
democracy shaping and defining the essence of our government, the American
people deserve no less.
If you are truly seeking debates where there are fewer participants and
where there is more meaningful and serious discourse, this is a great opportunity
for us to join together in and an open discussion on behalf of the American
Um, Dennis? Far too many Americans have not the attention span or intellectual
capacity for debates held in “classical style” and our globalist
overseers understand this well, in fact have programmed the people for some
sixty odd years now to be little more than dumbed-down cattle, sheeple if you
please, with one hand on the television remote and the other shoved in a plastic
bag of aspartame goodies. Unfortunately, and all too predictably, “meaningful
and serious discourse” is not on the agenda, indeed it is resented by
Moreover, John and Hillary, one a CFR regular and the other a Bilderberg attendee,
are not interested in “discussion on behalf of the American people,”
but smoke and mirrors for the sake of the global elite, the bankers, the transnational
corporations, the aristocracy, the ruling elite families: the Rockefellers,
Rothschilds, Kuhn-Loebs, Goldman-Sachs, to name but a few of the more recognizable.
As Georgetown professor Dr. Carroll Quigley, who brought Bill Clinton under
his wing, wrote in Tragedy and Hope (New York: Macmillan, 1966), the goal of
the investment bankers firmly in control of the central banks is “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.”
It has nothing to do with “democracy,” essentially mob rule, or
for that matter the supposed foundation of America, a constitutional republic.
In fact, Americans have never enjoyed a constitutional republic, as the “constitutional
lawyer,” Alexander Hamilton, made sure to deliver the First Bank of the
United States, modeled after the Bank of England, in 1791. It was established
precisely as an engine for speculation, financial manipulation, and corruption,
and killed the Constitution and the Bill of Rights outright. It was no mistake,
a few years later in 1798, president John Adams signed into law the Alien and
Sedition Acts, designed to punish severely “Certain Crimes against the
United States,” that is to say certain crimes—i.e., criticism of
the government, a right supposedly enshrined in the First Amendment—against
the banking and business elite that ran and run to this day the country. Ever
since, we have lived under varying degrees of tyranny, often carefully window
dressed as “democracy,” but as of late prancing around stark raving
naked and in our faces, thanks to the lamentable fact the commoners are now
dumb as dirt, or simply don’t give a whit.
Thus Dennis Kucinich is little more than an anachronism, a political throwback,
a quaint if seriously out of touch politico from the 10th District of Ohio in
the United States House of Corporate Whores, er “Representatives,”
and as such suffers as a distant contestant in the fixed presidential race,
about as remote and relevant as the Oort Cloud.
You can almost hear Hillary Clinton and John Edwards laughing.
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