Globalist Of The Back Room, Patriot In Front, Madame Pants Suit Erases Borders In Global Terms

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I’m kind of far removed from the struggles of the middle class because the life I’ve lived and the economic, you know, fortunes that my husband and I now enjoy. And I am not taking a position on any policy, but I do think there is a growing sense of anxiety and even anger in the country over the feeling that the game is rigged.” – Madame Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton in a paid speech at Goldman-Black Rock, 2/4/14

Wikileaks’ “October Surprise” arrived late in a collection of e-mails released by a beleaguered Julian Assange on Friday after partisan politicians sneered it wouldn’t happen on Wednesday.

Out of the mass of information, two cables sent in April and May of 2013 provide a candid Portrait of the Secretary as a Globalist.

Hillary Clinton denounced American sovereignty in a florid call for the elimination of borders and trade protection throughout the Western Hemisphere, calling for a regional government.

My dream is a hemispheric common market, with open trade and open borders, sometime in the future with energy that is as green and sustainable as we can get it, powering growth and opportunity for every person in the hemisphere. [05162013 Remarks to Banco Itau.doc, p. 28]

If that means trucking auto parts from Mexico under the customs seal of a Transit and Excise Bond, and having finished automobiles and trucks imported from Canada while by-passing the idled steel mills, foundries, stamping mills and assembly plants of the U.S.A., then she’s predicting the days of future passed by – oh, let’s say, nearly three decades, something like that?

Meanwhile, back on the Ponderosa, people wander the crumbling streets of a once mighty manufacturing nation with shopping carts until living with no money and no future drives them completely crazy and lady lawyers in pants suits coordinate the legal means to have them hauled away to some mental institution, jail, or “group home” to die.

Locking people up becomes a growth industry, paid for by taxpayers, on a cost plus basis.

Open borders? That means anyone who says their local government at home is subjecting them to oppression can come on in, get a grant, an education, medical benefits, and the right to stay if they will only get pregnant, have a kid, and apply for welfare. Such a deal.

And then there’s the Trans Pacific Partnership, which is what the Bushido warriors of the Imperial Japanese Army called the “Pacific Economic Co-Prosperity Sphere.” Sounds great until they drop the ramp on the landing craft and the surf runs red with American blood on some forgotten coral atoll half a world distant.

Please, don’t ask the guys who were there why all those heros dove on grenades to save the lives of their buddies. It’s kind of a strain trying to word your answer so that your interlocutor doesn’t figure out those heros were already dead and their fellow soldiers threw their bodies on the grenade to save themselves. Let’s talk about a bigger, better flat-screen TV made in Shanghai by slaves of the state, imported without any real semblance of trade protection.

Who needs it?

Secondly, I think we have to have a concerted plan to increase trade already under the current circumstances, you know, that Inter-American Development Bank figure is pretty surprising. There is so much more we can do, there is a lot of low hanging fruit but businesses on both sides have to make it a priority and it’s not for governments to do but governments can either make it easy or make it hard and we have to resist, protectionism, other kinds of barriers to market access and to trade and I would like to see this get much more attention and be not just a policy for a year under president X or president Y but a consistent one.” [05162013 Remarks to Banco Itau.doc, p. 32]

Low hanging fruit? That makes me nervous, when taken in the context of the stark reality of completely desperate people suddenly deprived of powerful psychotropic drugs who hang themselves in for-profit jails every day. Besides, there was something about the dreaded run-on sentence, something they kept hammering and yammering about – way back there – in high school, back in the bad old days, back in the U.S.A.

Now, then, about the smoke-filled, back-room political deals it takes to get things done in the emerging, global world of regional citizenship, fueled by open markets and free trade – the one with no borders. That world, the one in the big, blue map in polar projection, the ONE World, the one right there in the background.

If everybody’s watching – well, you know – “people get a little nervous, to say the least.”

Clinton: “But If Everybody’s Watching, You Know, All Of The Back Room Discussions And The Deals, You Know, Then People Get A Little Nervous, To Say The Least. So, You Need Both A Public And A Private Position.”

CLINTON: You just have to sort of figure out how to — getting back to that word, “balance” — how to balance the public and the private efforts that are necessary to be successful, politically, and that’s not just a comment about today. That, I think, has probably been true for all of our history, and if you saw the Spielberg movie, Lincoln, and how he was maneuvering and working to get the 13th Amendment passed, and he called one of my favorite predecessors, Secretary Seward, who had been the governor and senator from New York, ran against Lincoln for president, and he told Seward, I need your help to get this done.

And Seward called some of his lobbyist friends who knew how to make a deal, and they just kept going at it. I mean, politics is like sausage being made. It is unsavory, and it always has been that way, but we usually end up where we need to be.

But if everybody’s watching, you know, all of the back room discussions and the deals, you know, then people get a little nervous, to say the least. So, you need both a public and a private position. And finally, I think — I believe in evidence-based decision making. I want to know what the facts are. I mean, it’s like when you guys go into some kind of a deal, you know, are you going to do that development or not, are you going to do that renovation or not, you know, you look at the numbers. You try to figure out what’s going to work and what’s not going to work. [Clinton Speech For National Multi-Housing Council, 4/24/13]

National Multi-Housing Council? What’s that, a FEMA Camp?

By the way, have you seen the Speilberg movie, the one about Lincoln? I thought I’d give it a miss. I was busy keeping an eye on old Gorgeous George – you know, The Donald. Here’s a guy who was born on a Monopoly Board, a hard-headed realist of a business man who borrowed a mere pittance of $15 million from his daddy and learned how to settle debts for pennies on the dollar. Wonder how that will work out with corporate, back in Shanghai? They don’t look like they’re the least bit nervous, to me.

So mote it be.

– The Legendary

BEHOLD: The Minority Report, channeling Lenny Bruce in a graveyard

TWIN PEAKS – DA back in hearing on legal expenses

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A Bandido arrested and detained at a filling station on his way into Waco on May 17, 2015 because he was wearing “colors” of a club

Waco – A hearing into who will pay the legal expenses of District Attorney Abel Reyna will continue on Friday, October 14 in the motion to disqualify the prosecutor and his staff in 152 criminal cases indicted following a deadly police raid on bikers at Twin Peaks Restaurant on May 17, 2015.

Attorneys representing the Texas Association of Counties refused to answer interrogatories proposed by Abigail Anastasio, an attorney for Hill County Cossacks Chapter President Ray Nelson, who was shot through the neck when a fist fight broke out over parking, and Matthew Clendennen, a member of the Scimitars riding club, which is affiliated with the Cossacks.

Judge Matt Johnson ordered the parties back into 54th Criminal District Court to settle the matter prior to his ruling on the motion to disqualify Reyna, a former law partner of his.
It is the allegation that Reyna and members of his staff became necessary witnesses in the cases when they decided the police should charge everyone wearing the “colors” of “criminal street gangs.”

At that point, according to a motion on the behalf of the two bikers’ attorneys, the prosecutors became police officers and not lawyers representing The People Of the State of Texas in the matter.

A key element of the motion is exactly who is paying Reyna’s legal fees in more than 15 federal civil rights cases filed against him and other officials following the arrests and indictments.

In his testimony of August 8, Reyna claimed he did not know exactly how to answer the question when Clendennen’s attorney F. Clinton Broden asked, “Okay. So if there was a judgment against you for five million dollars, if my understanding – if I’m following you, McLennan County taxpayers would pick up the 400 – $4,500,000.000?

Reyna replied thusly, according to an official transcript:

“That’s my understanding.”

Broden then asked, “And does it mater – is that per lawsuit? Now we talked about the fact –

Reyna replied, “I don’t know that.”

He maintained his posture of knowing nothing about it throughout his direct and cross examination.

In other testimony, police officers indicated that Reyna and members of his staff took charge of the investigation when they arrived at the Civic Center, where Waco Police were taking witness statements, identifying detainees, and making an investigation into capital murder.

When Reyna told former Chief of Police Brent Stroman he could indict and convict every defendant so detained, according to Stroman’s testimony, he turned the decision over to Reyna, who then instructed police to arrest everyone wearing the colors of an “criminal street gang.”

In witness testimony, attorney F. Clinton Broden established that though investigators did not know it at the time, the Cossacks Motorcycle Club and its support clubs, are not so listed in the manuals of the Justice Department, or of the Texas Department of Public Safety.

Do you know the true worth of a U.S. Dollar, a ‘Spanish Milled Dollar’?

LET’S ASK YOUR CANDIDATE FOR PRESIDENT OF THE U.S.

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Apparently, it’s the worth of a human life, and how much is that? 

Since the government has illegally and unconstitutionally removed silver as currency and replaced it with a worthless fiat currency known as Federal Reserve notes that we know as “dollar bills,” the term obscures the actual and tangible meaning of “dollar” as a specific weight of silver.

The United States has historically minted gold coins as well as silver coins, as the constitution instructed. It regulated their “value,” the weight of gold they contained, in order to bring the meaning of a gold dollar into conformity with the silver standard coin, which contains 371.25 grains of pure silver. This too was constitutionally mandated.

To verify this, one may refer to a certain bureaucrat named Winston Smith, a party member who worked in the Ministry of Truth, circa 1984. (Cue the background music, please) 

 

Our question: What if your candidate totally rejected this constitutional question, namely: Should the worth of a United States Dollar be that of a “Spanish milled dollar,” as set forth in the Constitution and subsequent federal statutes, as the worth of 371.2 grains of pure silver, whether it’s minted in gold, or silver?

What then, Deplorables? To the barricades, or to an Article 5 Convention?

Whither Les Deplorables and Mister Kilroy rising?

The means to return to this Constitutional standard is already on the books. It may be found in John Fitzgerald Kennedy’s Executive Order 11110, which is still in existence. In June of 1963, Kennedy ordered the Treasury to issue $4 billion in silver certificates, known as U.S. Notes. This caused great resentment among the board of governors and owners of the Federal Reserve System banks.

No Chief Executive has had the foolhardy courage to return to its provisions, so far.

However, we the people are not one, single human being. If you threaten to kill us all, well, you have a problem, no?