Coalition to Govern America
August 11, 2016
Many readers will probably recall, at one time or the other, seeing a common phrase on a bumper sticker: “I’m spending my kids’ inheritance”.
As I was driving in the car recently, I had time to ponder the meaning of this statement in light of all that has happened in our country. I’ve come to the conclusion that the tiny little phrase is no laughing matter.
The globalist push for a one-world government spun into high gear following World War II. On the heels of sacking the League of Nations in favor of the United Nations in 1945, the concept of “Free Trade” began in practice with the ratification of the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade. The GATT agreement was signed in 1947 and went into effect in 1948. It became the foundation of what we now know to be the World Trade Organization. At the heart of the GATT and the WTO is the concept of “Most-Favored Nation” trading status. It means that any country that is a member of the WTO has to treat business from every other WTO member country as if it were their own businesses. A particular country is not allowed to discriminate against other WTO-member countries or give their own businesses preferential treatment over that of the other WTO members. The entire system is built to force countries to participate in the global club, without which, you will relegated to being a “least-favored” nation and your economy will stagnate or fail. These trade agreements are designed to facilitate the free flow of goods, services, and people — whom they refer to as “human capital”. Do you wonder why the administration Du Jour refuses to enforce the borders? It’s because these agreements are designed to render borders obsolete.
I grew up in the 70s and 80s and remember my mother and father talking about how the rich were getting richer and the poor were getting poorer. I can remember the conversations on television about the disappearing middle class. But the factories were still churning out goods, for the most part, and the plants were still largely employing people. The automobile industry was thriving in Detroit and my father was working at E&L Transport as a truck driver, at the time, hauling Ford automobiles from the factories to the car lots. In retrospect, the 80s are looked back upon as a time of economic prosperity.
People credit “Reaganomics” for the economic growth that took place during the 80s. Reagan talked a good game and I loved to listen to his speeches. They didn’t call him “the great communicator” for nothing. His name and likeness are revered in conservative circles to the point that he is thought of to be as American as apple pie. He is almost worshipped as an idol.
An actor from Hollywood, Reagan took his lines from the script of globalism. He played an important role in the destruction of our country. Unfortunately for the American people and the children of future generations, it was no fictional movie. The reality is that in the 80s, “the Gipper” was planting the seeds of our current economic destruction.
Many people were caught off guard when George W. Bush pushed the agenda of the North American Union in 2005. People from different political persuasions came out against it, including conservatives. These plans continue to move forward to this day. The rebranded NASCO Network still exists. Where are these conservatives now? Where has the opposition gone? Many of these same conservatives who opposed North American regional integration had been big supporters of Reagan. Had they done a little digging, it might have surprised them to learn that the agenda of a North American Union was first pushed publicly by ‘ole Ronnie.
In 1984, Congress passed the Tariff and Trade Act which gave Reagan fast track authority to negotiate trade deals. Reagan worked with Canadian Prime Minister Brian Mulroney to establish a North American “common market” which was passed in the form of the Canada-United States Free Trade Agreement (CUSFTA). At the time, the CUSFTA agreement was called the biggest trade agreement ever concluded between two countries. It laid the groundwork for the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) which was negotiated by the George Bush Sr. administration, then ratified by the Senate and signed into law by Bill Clinton. This is why I always say that destroying America has been a bipartisan effort. Both parties work in tandem like tag teams, taking turns punching the American people in the face and gut.
During the 1990s, Bill Clinton and Al Gore engineered the process of “reinventing government” — which means transforming our form of government from anything resembling the Constitution, to a corporatocracy, run by technocratic oligarchs whose intent is to automate society through computerized systems and robotics. NAFTA, with its planned super highway system and network of “inland ports” was and remains a critical component to their one-world government and automated society. In order to automate society for maximum efficiency and control, everything and everyone must be tracked. Furthermore, NAFTA — like all of these trade agreements — are designed to massively reduce or completely eliminate tariffs on imports. Without tariffs on imports, there is no incentive to pay American workers high wages and good benefits. Instead, large corporations are free to shop around the world for the cheapest labor.
Your writer documented the devastating effects of NAFTA upon the United States in my article at NewsWithViews called, Unemployment: Now That’s Sustainable! In that article, I included data from the U.S. Census Bureau which clearly shows that the U.S. trade deficit with Mexico skyrocketed after NAFTA went into effect in 1994. The American people have been suffering the consequences ever since.
The Democrat Obama administration, along with the Republican-controlled Congress is now pushing the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), which is the new trade “deal” between the Unites States, Australia, Brunei, Canada, Chile, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand, Peru, Singapore, and Vietnam. The TPP was negotiated in top secret, written by the corporate leaders who stand to benefit from it, and all at the expense of the American middle class. It’s been referred to as “NAFTA on steroids” by its critics and is lying in wait until after the election because the politicians that are pushing it are too cowardly to face the wrath of the American people. Rest assured, immediately following the elections, they will renew their fight to get it passed, nailing the final spike into America’s coffin. Will the American people sit on the sidelines and do nothing?
We have allowed political professionals to bankrupt our country, demoralize our military, create false terrorism, engineer perpetual war for the enrichment of big banks and military-supplying corporations, flood our country with unvetted foreigners, migrants, and “refugees” while telling us they have to surveil your every move and eavesdrop on your conversations for “Homeland Security” sake. Adult Americans chase imaginary little monsters in Pokemon Go while the real monsters, wearing suits, calling themselves “representatives”, steal their wealth through debt money and market manipulations. The real monsters forcefully drug and vaccinate their children. The real monsters force their farmers and ranchers of off of the land and into prison while confiscating their private property. The real monsters deliberately pollute our air through aerosol and geoengineering operations, while feeding us genetically-modified (poison) food and declaring we don’t have the right to know what we’re eating. We’ve soaked up the lies of the real cultural Marxist monsters in the Establishment media as they’ve done everything in their power to promote every kind of filth and debauchery, while stirring racial and ethnic strife in an attempt to create division and civil war. Our local police have been simultaneously villainized and militarized against the people by the real monsters — federal bureaucrats.
Thomas Paine once declared: “If there must be trouble, let it be in my day, that my child may have peace.”
Liberty is your child’s inheritance. How long a winding road we have traveled, that we have gone from dealing with “trouble in our day”, to delighting in the “spending of our kids’ inheritance”?