Our Deviant Republic & the 9-11 Cover-Up
October 30, 2012
TWO PUNKS FROM CHICAGO - President Barack Obama reacts as Mayor Rahm Emanuel gropes his behind as he arrives in "The Windy City." These criminals certainly do not represent the good people of Chicago or the United States.
Appearance overpowers reality.
- Simonides of Ceos, (ca. 500 B.C.)
Democracy leads to anarchy, which is mob rule.
- Plato (429-347 BC), Republic, ca. 390 B.C.
It is the foreign element that commits our crimes. There is no native criminal class except Congress.
- Mark Twain
As we prepare for the media circus of another sham election in the United States, Americans need to address the severely deviant state of our republic, and the real choices we face as citizens. By real choices I don’t mean our selection at the polls between two of the most unpopular presidential candidates in history, because in reality that decision has already been made and we are not the ones who made it. The choices that I am talking about are the actions we can take to try and restore our republic to a legal system of government.
As Simonides, the Greek poet, noted five centuries before Christ, “appearance overpowers reality.” Creating the appearance of authenticity and legitimacy is the real purpose of the media circus surrounding our elections. Since the candidates are actually not chosen by the voters and because the citizenry has absolutely no oversight over the counting of the votes, the media’s primary role is to give our sham elections the appearance of being authentic and democratic, when in fact they are not. Because so many Americans look to television and the controlled press for the news, the appearance of authenticity is enough to convince most people that we have transparent and democratic elections, when we don’t.
The deception on Election Day is probably the most important function that the controlled media performs for the criminal network that controls our government because it involves the complete disenfranchisement of the citizenry and the theft of our republic, repeated every four years. The fraudulent election process is, after all, the fundamental deception that allows the criminals to run our nation.
Because our elections are fraudulent, the representation is fraudulent. This is to say that we do not really choose the people who represent us, locally, or at the state and federal level. This means that today Americans face the same predicament our forefathers faced in the 1770s: taxation without representation. We are forced to financially contribute to a government that does not represent us.
Having convinced the great majority of the population that the election is authentic and the votes are correctly counted, most people won’t question the legitimacy of the politicians who rule over them. Having accepted the fake election results as legitimate, the public is unlikely to protest the criminal wars and policies that are then started by the criminal gang that has taken power.
Since the fraudulent election of 2000 and the false-flag terror atrocity of 9-11, the deviance of our nation has greatly increased from the accepted standards of a democratic Western society. The severely deviant state of our republic can most easily be seen in the illegal wars of aggression in Afghanistan and Iraq and the extrajudicial killings by drones in Pakistan, Yemen, and Somalia. These are clearly acts that are both illegal and immoral.
Having dragged our great nation into costly wars and occupations of foreign countries, it is easy for the criminal gang in power to plunder the national treasury and direct huge flows of cash to their fellow criminals. Untold billions of dollars were looted from the U.S. Treasury in this way during the wars of aggression in Afghanistan and Iraq. More was stolen during the bail-out of 2008-09, which occurred during the transition between presidents.
The election of 2012 will be the third presidential election since the false-flag terror atrocity of 9-11. In the eleven years since some 3,000 Americans were murdered in broad daylight in New York City we have yet to see one politician at the federal level demand a high-level criminal investigation of the crimes of 9-11. The Bush-Cheney White House adamantly refused to investigate 9-11 and started two criminal wars based on a blatant pack of lies about who was responsible for the terror attacks. The Obama-Biden White House only perpetuated the lies about 9-11 as it increased the war effort in Afghanistan and Pakistan.
What the American people really want is a return to normalcy. We want to live in a prosperous and peaceful nation that is not engaged in costly and illegal wars halfway around the world. We want a government whose first concern is to improve the standard of living for the American people. It is futile, however, to wish for a return to normalcy until the crimes of 9-11 are properly investigated and the real culprits are prosecuted and punished. As long as the criminal gang behind 9-11 continues to control our media and elections we will be dragged further and further into their criminal deviancy.
In order to restore our constitutional republic there are two fundamental things that need to happen: we need to return to transparent and democratic elections; and we need to have a proper and thorough criminal investigation into the events of 9-11. What we, as individual citizens, can do is demand these things and share our opinion with others. It is certainly not at all outrageous for a citizen of a democratic republic to demand that the counting of the votes be open and transparent. Nor is it unusual to demand that the criminal atrocity that changed America be investigated and prosecuted.
Do not be deceived by the media circus that kicks into high gear next week. Remember the hundreds of innocent Americans who died in the towers and those who plunged to their deaths to escape the hellish heat and demand a proper criminal investigation be conducted into the events of 9-11. Demand that the votes in your local elections be openly counted in front of the citizens and build from there to the county and state elections. It is well known that the most prosperous societies are those that are least corrupt.