Ryter: Four Manchurian Candidates

The American people have placed four Manchurian Candidates in the White House. We survived three of them. The question is: will we, as a nation, survive the fourth? The world is betting against us. So is the clock. And, so is the Bible.

Thomas Woodrow Wilson—(1912)
The first Manchurian Candidate who successfully made it into the White House was Democrat Thomas Woodrow Wilson, who became the President of Princeton University in 1902. Wilson came to the attention of financier J. Pierpont Morgan on the heels of the Bank Panic of 1907 when he advocated turning control of the US government over to Morgan and the Money Mafia. Morgan decided that he needed Wilson in the White House. But, who would vote for a school teacher? Morgan assigned one of his underlings, Col. Edward Mandell House, to be Wilson’s advisor. With the secret help of Morgan who pushed a group of conservative Democrats in the State to draft him, Wilson ran for governor of New Jersey in 1910, and was elected. During that campaign, Wilson asserted his independence from conservatism—and the Morgan-controlled political machine that nominated him (and financed his campaign)—professing to be a progressive and endorsing a socialist platform. Morgan and his globalist underling, Edward House—who was given the title “Colonel” by Texas Gov. James S. Hogg when House helped him win that office in 1892—engineered Wilson’s election as President of the United States in 1912.

Morgan was one of the global leaders of the transnational clique of money barons formed by Cecil Rhodes in the late 19th century to transform the world into one large, seamless transnational trade zone controlled by the English-speaking nations: the British Empire and its wayward child, the United States. This was to be accomplished shortly after the sun rose on the 20th century. The globalists were determined to erase the borders of the nations of the world and create a global parliament that would rewrite the laws of the nation-states to suit them—beginning by erasing the tariffs between the nations.

But first, Morgan and his banker friends needed their own central bank in the United States. It began with the J.P. Morgan-orchestrated bank panic of 1907 when Morgan started the rumor that the Knickerbocker Bank in New York was insolvent, starting a bank-run that spread across the country, destroying the wealth of millions of working class depositors and reviving talk of the need of a new central bank to protect the country from irresponsible State bankers. (In the April 25, 1949 issue of Life magazine was an article by Life writer Frederick Allen in which he claimed Morgan interests took advantage of the very unsettled conditions that existed in 1907 to “,,,precipitate the Panic, guiding it shrewdly as it progressed…” they supposed, to kill off rival banks and consolidate more holdings under the banner of JP Morgan & Company.) Does any of this sound familiar today? Apparently you don’t need to teach an old dog new tricks when the old tricks still work.

Morgan’s immediate problem was President William Howard Taft. Taft was an extremely popular Republican who was a shoo-in for reelection in 1912. Taft was an ardent foe of the proponents attempting to create a new privately-owned central bank in the United States. He assured Sen. Nelson Aldrich (John D. Rockefeller, Jr.’s father-in-law) that the pro-central bank legislators would need a veto-proof majority when they sent their bill to the Oval Office, because he was going to veto it. Polls of likely voters paid for by Morgan said the worst Taft would do in a head-to-head race against Wilson was win reelection with 55% of the vote. (That was the same percentage by which George H.W. Bush was projected to win by in 1992 in a head-to-head race against New Democrat Progressive Bill Clinton before Ross Perot was added to the equation by the money barons.) Morgan’s political advisors suggested getting former GOP President Teddy Roosevelt to run as a third party candidate. Morgan convinced Roosevelt that neither Taft nor Wilson was capable of solving the problems facing the nation and Roosevelt, whose ego got the best of him, agreed to run.

For Wilson to win in 1912 (and, for Clinton to win in 1992) the third party candidate had to successfully pull 20% of the vote. In Roosevelt’s case, the polls indicated he was popular enough to actually win to win a third term. For that reason, Morgan used the Progressive Party label to launch his race for the Rose Garden. Roosevelt, who actually thought Morgan wanted him to win, nicknamed the Progressive Party the Bullmoose Party since progressivism suggested European-style socialism that would not fly well with US voters. Morgan needed Roosevelt to take enough votes from Taft for Wilson to win, but not enough to upset the race and take back the White House with a historic third term. In the end, Roosevelt split the Republican vote. Wilson won the White House with 41.9% of the vote. (Clinton won in 1992 with 42.9% of the vote.) Taft, the shoo-in for reelection, took 23.2% of the vote. Teddy Roosevelt, the spoiler, took 27.5% of the vote. Not only did Wilson keep his promise to Morgan and give him his privately central bank (you know it as the Federal Reserve System) for Christmas in 1913, his Secretary of State, William Jennings Bryan, made sure the fraudulently ratified 16th and 17th Amendments could pass legal muster by asking the 48 States for a vote of unity to prevent both amendments from being overturned on a court challenge.

In my book, Whatever Happened To America? the entire story of how JP Morgan and Rockefeller money bought the votes in Congress not only for the Federal Reserve legislation, but the 16th and 17th Amendments, and later, how Wilson was told he would become the first President of the World if he could sell Congress on the notion of world government. Wilson tried to force the Treaty of Versailles, which contain the League of Nations charter that obligated all signatory nations to surrender their external sovereignty to the World Government in the Hague. Wilson went on a whistle stop train tour across the nation, trying to convince the American people that the League of Nations was a good thing for America. In 1920, tired of Europe and European Wars, the American people said “no.” In 1946, when FDA’s New Deal Congress under Harry S. Truman officially transitiioned the League of Nations into the United Nations, nobody asked the American people. They simply disguised the failed League in a red, white and blue suit of clothes, planted the UN Building in New York, sang the Star Spangled Banner and called it an American idea that would bring freedom to the world.

Franklin Delano Roosevelt—(1932)
When Herbert Hoover was sworn in as the 31st President of the United States on March 4, 1929, the dye was already cast. While America’s bluebloods and blue collar workers were enjoying bountiful prosperity in America, the stock market was being primed to crash that fall. By summer, the traders were quietly selling off their shares. There were ample buyers because working class Americans who used to play the ponies at the race track were now amateur day traders in the stock market—it was a safer bet. Everyone was getting rich in the market and everyone was convinced the prosperity would never end. How could it? This was, after all, how the rich got richer.

Hoover’s inauguration had just concluded. In their walnut-venier offices, the bankers were already busy picking the man who would defeat him in 1932—even though that election was still 45 months away. There was, after all, a lot of work to do. The American people were going to have to experience a lot of economic adversity over the next four years because there were a lot of changes coming, and men are never willing to surrender liberty until they are forced to watch their children go to bed hungry; and their wives are forced go to sleep afraid of tomorrow.

The planned winner of the Election of 1932 was going to be New York Gov. Franklin D. Roosevelt—a man with impeccable banking credentials. Roosevelt was a partner in Roosevelt & O’Connor as well as Marvin, Hooker & Roosevelt. He was also chairman of General Trust Company. And, he was a partner in the Federal International Investment Trust. He was also the president of a transnational investment company, United European Investors, Ltd. and a he sat on the board of International Germanic Trust, Inc. Although he lambasted the bankers as thieves in bed with Hoover during the Campaign of 1932, Roosevelt was a consummate Wall Street insider. And, to make sure that New York—the State with the nation’s biggest banks—landed on its feet during the crisis that was going to happen in eight months, the Money Barons knew FDR needed a savy banker as his lieutenant governor, ready to take over when FDR won the Election of 1932. The man he picked for that task was Herbert H. Lehman. Lehman was a successful investment banker in the family concern, Lehman Brothers. Does that name have a familiar ring?

In 1928, when Herbert Hoover was elected as the nation’s 31st President, the Democrats held 167 House seats and 46 out of 96 Senate seats. In 1930, in response to the stock market crash, the left picked up 49 House seats and eight Senate seats. The Democrats controlled the US Senate and were three votes shy of controlling the House. With the deaths of six Congressmen between 1930 and the Election in 1932 and with seven other special elections, the Democrats gained 11 seats—and control of the House—before the first vote was cast in the national election of 1932. In March, 1933 Roosevelt controlled the voting of 313 House seats and 59 Senate seats. With one independent voting with the Democrats, FDR had a solid 63% of the vote. That meant he could enact any piece of legislation he wanted. And, he did. One of the very first things he did as President of the United States was to declare the People of the United States to be enemies of the State. (Doing that is what gave Roosevelt his authority to force Americans to surrender their gold and silver and accept fiat scrip worth only the promise that all businesses in America would accept this scrip as legal tender.)

FDR was a Manchurian Candidate hand-picked by the money barons to complete the task begun by Woodrow Wilson in 1913—sever the tethers of the Republic, dilute the Bill of Rights and fashion a European-style socialist democracy that could be seamlessly merged into the global system of governance that was planned by the money barons in 1900, but which they failed to achieve in 1920 when the Republican-controlled US Senate rejected the Treaty of Versailles. As a member of the banking establishment, Roosevelt was an integral part of the plot to collapse the economy of the United States in order to exchange America’s gold and silver-backed currency for an elastic fiat scrip, and to steal the real wealth of the people through decree, replacing their gold and silver certificates with bank notes collateralized with debt.

Proclamation 2039 declared a bank holiday that was ostensibly designed to stop the flight of gold from US banks that began in the aftermath of the 1929 Stock Market Crash. Foreign investors, many of whom invested fiat currency in the US economy, withdrew some $114 billion gold bullion. The financial crisis that theoretically caused the national emergency that led to the bank closures in America was handcrafted by the transnational bankers and investors and not an accident of “market forces.” In other words, the bankers were not concerned about the $114 billion in gold withdrawn by the money barons of Europe. They were concerned about the $150 billion in gold on deposit that was owned by America’s working class depositors. They were the intended victims of this looming crisis—Roosevelt’s “national emergency.” It was their wealth the money barons, the White House and the 72nd Congress intended to steal. What was needed was to fan the fires of fear into a national emergency so severe that only the complete remodeling of America, from the Constitution of the United States to Main Street America could save the country.

At noon on March 9, 1933 when the members of Congress filed into their respective chambers they were greeted by the weighty Emergency Banking Relief Act of 1933. The Democratic leadership told the rank and file members of Congress that due of the national emergency, there was not time to read the bill and debate the legislation over days or weeks. It had to be passed immediately. (Does this sound familiar?) Each side would be allowed 40 minutes to debate the merits of the bill (which, if you recall from 5 seconds ago, nobody had read, or even knew it existed prior to walking into the chamber). Those 40 minutes, by both sides, were spent arguing what was in the bill that the leadership did not want its members to see. Congressman Louis McFadden, the head of the House Banking Committee had never seen nor heard of the legislation before that morning (Congressional Record; March 9, 1933, page 80). After a very heated and very partisan exchange, the most controversial banking bill in the history of the United States was enacted—in less than one day.

When the Fed bankers and FDR tried to trick Hoover into issuing a Proclamation to close the nations banks in order to stop what the money barons called “gold flight” and “hoarding,” he refused, telling one of the Fed governors, Eugene Meyers, that there was no law that gave him the authority to do it. Meyers argued that Sec. 5(b) of the Trading With the Enemy Act of 1917 did. The main reason FDR did not want anyone looking too closely at the Emergency Banking Relief Act was, first, it restructured the banking system of the United States and placed even more monetary control in the hands of the Fed bankers—which McFadden was trying hard to audit. (Does this sound familiar?)

Second, it gave Roosevelt war powers control over the United States during peacetime. But, most of all, it incorporated Sec. 5(b) into the Banking Relief bill, effectively changing the language of 5(b) by classifying the citizens of the United States as enemies of the government. By doing that, it allowed Roosevelt to legally redefine the ownership of private property, giving him the right to seize the private property of US citizens without due process. This “right” by government, previously allowed only against foreign enemies of the United States, has been greatly enhanced today by simply erasing the protection afforded US citizens under the 4th Amendment. Five-B is now the paramount weapon used by local, county, State and federal governments to seize any asset or property of any American citizen without due process.

Incorporating Section 5(b) into the Emergency Banking Relief Act of 1933 was necessary to legalize what Roosevelt did moments after becoming President on March 6. There had to be a law on the books at the time FDR closed the banks which legally authorized that action—or Roosevelt could have been impeached for acting outside of the authority of the President of the United States within minutes of becoming the nation’s chief executive. For that reason, the Trading With the Enemy Act had to be retrofitted to give Roosevelt the authority he had already used. He unconstitutionally closed every bank and savings and loan company in the country with Presidential Proclamation 2039 at around 12:01:30 a.m. on March 6, 1933. FDR then seized the $150 billion in gold that was lawfully owned by, and in the possession of, the People of the United States in a unprecedented move that criminalized the private ownership of gold by common citizens. Since gold and silver were specie, Roosevelt criminalized the possession of what was still the lawful money of the realm. The penalty for ordinary citizens possessing gold coins or gold bank notes, was a fine of up to $10 thousand, imprisonment for ten years, or both.

Just as Barack Obama resorted to the use of non-elected “czars” (with more power than the Executive Branch department heads who are vetted and confirmed by the US Senate) who are accountable to no one except the White House to implement facets of Obama’s agenda without congressional authorization, FDR created the unconstitutional, non-elected fourth branch of government—the bureaucracy—which answers only to the Oval Office through Secretaries who oversee the bureaucracy although, theoretically, Congress oversees the bureaucracy through its various committees. The bureaucracy, which legally answers to no one except another unelected bureaucrat, actually writes the rules and regulations of the laws within the legislation enacted by Congress. Many times the language of the regulations is in complete opposition of the purpose of the laws when they were enacted. Thus, Executive Branch officials actually writing the regulations that become codified as law, a task constitutionally reserved for the Legislative Branch.

Every piece of legislation enacted by Roosevelt’s New Deal Congress abrogated either the separation of power between the branches of government or States rights as Roosevelt attempted to consolidate power from all venues under the umbrella of the White House. Roosevelt assume for himself—and the Executive Branch departments he created by Executive Order—the power to legislate, the power to adjudicate guilt, and the power to arrest those who violated his regulations. And, finally, Roosevelt also gave himself the authority to assess fines and incarcerate those found guilty of violating his edicts. Roosevelt came the closest of any United States President to becoming an elected dictator.

Every important piece of “New Deal” legislation signed into law between 1933 and 1935 was ruled unconstitutional by the Supreme Court. When Roosevelt decided to use his Congress to force the justices to retire, the justices sacrificed the Constitution to keep their jobs by revisiting most of the New Deal laws they threw out and found that, maybe they weren’t quite as unconstitutional as they originally thought they were.

James Earl Carter —(1976)
The third Manchurian Candidate, James Earl Carter, the peanut farmer Governor of Georgia, was actually the first presidential wanabee for which evidence exists to suggest that he actually interviewed for the job of President of the United States. Carter, a Georgia peanut farmer who doubled as a State senator when the legislature was in session, wanted to get into national politics. At that time David Rockefeller and the man who would become Carter’s “Edward Mandell House”—Zbigniew Brzezinski—broached the subject of creating what Brzezinski called the Trilateral Commission to address the larger concerns of mankind through dialogue between the United States, western Europe and Japan at the Bilderberger meeting in Knokke, Belgium in the spring of 1972. In July, 1972, an exploratory meeting of the Trilateral Commission was launched at Rockefeller’s very private Pocantico Hills estate in New York’s Hudson Valley. Two hundred fifty industrialists and bankers, most with interlocking Bilderberger memberships, attended the first gathering.

Between that meeting and the official launching of the Trilateral Commission in 1973, Carter became a founding member, it appears, due to his association with Brzezinski through the Council on Foreign Relations. Brzezinki arranged the interview with Rockefeller. At the conclusion of that meeting Rockefeller decided he had found the man who was going to become the 39th President of the United States. Carter would become the CFR’s first official US President.

The job of Carter’s handlers was to make the peanut farmer governor a household name. And, that was not going to be an easy task. In early 1973, Carter—a siting governor—appeared on the popular TV show, “What’s My Line?” and stumped the panel. It appeared that no one outside of Georgia ever heard of Jimmy Carter. On March 5, DNC Chairman Robert Strauss named Carter as the Chairman of the National Democratic Party Campaign Committee. The party needed to get Carter some exposure. In September of that year, Sen. Edward Kennedy, who was expected to throw his hat in the ring for the White House job, unexpectedly announced he would not run. A Harris Poll listed 35 prominent Democrats who could win the 1976 Democratic nomination. Carter was not on the list. Among those the media projected could win were Morris Udall [D-AZ], Birch Bayh [D-IN], Sargeant Shriver [D-MA], George Wallace [D-AL], Fred Harris [D-OK] and Henry “Scoop” Jackson [D-WA]. The man no one knew beat all of them in the 1976 primaries. Scoop Jackson won Massachusetts.

Carter, the man who stumped the “What’s My Line” panel a year earlier, won the presidential election with 50.8% of the vote. Gerald Ford, a man who was recognized and respected worldwide, lost with 48%. The Democrats put up moderate Eugene McCarthy as a third party spoiler to siphon conservative Democratic votes—that would have gone to Gerald Ford—in order to guarantee the election of Carter. McCarthy took just under 3% of the vote. But, in a photo finish race for the White House, eight-tenths of one percent was enough. David Rockefeller and the CFR had their puppet president. (In 2002 David Rockefeller wrote his autobiography entitled “David Rockefeller: Memoirs. In it, on page 406 in Chapter 27, entitled “Proud Internationalist,” Rockefeller says: “…Some even believe we are part of a secret cabal working against the best interests of the United States, characterizing my family and me as “internationalists,” and conspiring with others around the world to build a more integrated global political and economic structure—one world, if you will. If that’s the charge, I stand guilty. And, I’m proud of it.”)

Carter was the first president in the history of the United States who was completely controlled by the CFR. The most important decisions of his Administration—those which branded him as political idiot—were actually made by his CFR handler, Madeleine Albright. (Albright is a Czech Jew whose father, Josef Korbel, converted to Catholicism to escape Jewish persecution in Europe. Korbel was a member of the Czech diplomatic service.) Albright’s official title in 1977 was Congressional Liaison to the National Security Council (which was headed by Albright’s former professor at Columbia University, Brzezinski). In reality, she was the CFR liaison to the White House.

The Carter decision to cede part of the Stewart Island group, taken from Japan by the US during World War II: Washington Island, Fanning Island, Makin Island and Makin Atoll to Kiribati (which was quickly claimed as a possession of the People’s Republic of China) was a CFR “anti-empire” decision. So was the decision to surrender the Panama Canal to Panama in 1979. Panama needed a source of future revenue that Panama could use to repay its debts to several large US banks. (Once again, China rushed in and leased the canal from Panama, giving America’s second deadliest enemy a legal foothold on the American land mass in 1999. A Chinese sub base now exists on the Pacific side of the Isthmus of Panama. Another one strategically sits on the Atlantic side, in Cuba. Americans appear to be oblivious to the fact that, thanks to Jimmy Carter, Red China now has the ability to hit virtually any city in the United States with a submarine launched nuclear missile or land-based missiles that are within striking distance of every major military installation or major city in the southern United States moments after hostilities with China begin.

The CFR had a good year in 1979. First, due to the loss of support of the US government and under pressure from Carter himself, a seriously ill Shah Muhammed Riza Pahlavi of Iran, who was dying of cancer, was forced to abdicate in favor of anti-American Shi’ite holy man Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini in Jan., 1979. Seeking medical attention in the west, the Shah was forced into exile. No industrialized nation would give him an entry visa—including Carter’s State Dept. The Shah died in Cairo, Egypt on July 27, 1980. You might say the Iranian hostage crisis resulted from a deliberate provocation by Jimmy Carter on Jan. 1, 1979. Carter made a televised New Year’s Day toast to the Shah. Knowing how ethereal the political situation was in Iran, Carter very deliberately chose to provoke the Shah’s detractors by declaring Pahlavi to be “…most-loved by all of his people.” Within days of Carter’s toast, the Shah was forced to flee. The revolution was on. Two weeks later, Khomeini returned to Iran. On Feb. 11, 1979 the Shah’s government collapsed. Iranian students, led by Ehrahim Asgharzadeh and Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, seized the US Embassy on Nov. 4, 1979, they claimed, to settle a debt awarded against the United States by Iranian businessman Hossein Alikhani. Alikhani sued in a Tehran court in 1975, claiming that he spent 105 days in a US jail for violating US sanctions against Libya. Alikhani said he had been abducted by US operatives and brought to the United States where he was charged. He argued before the Iranian court that US sanctions do not apply to non-Americans outside the United States. In awarding judgment, the Iranian court sent an order to Carter demanding payment or a list of US assets in Iran that could be seized by the plaintiff in lieu of payment. When the Carter Administration failed to respond to the court order, Alikhani supplied the court with the address of the US Embassy, which he said was the only asset in Tehran which had any value. In its case, he placed the value of the building at $200 million and asked either for the deed or to have the building sold at auction and the proceeds given to him. The students seized the Embassy in payment of the lien. They initially planned to hold the hostages only briefly to embarrass Jimmy Carter, but according to the ringleaders, “Carter blinked,” resulting in 52 hostages being held until 12 noon, Jan. 20, 1981. Iran released them the moment Carter left office.

Second, was the communist coup in Nicaragua. Socialist Jesuits in Nicaragua, the CFR and the Carter White House decided to back the communist Sandistias in their revolution against the nation’s constitutional government. Carter successfully undermined Nicaraguan President Anastasio Somoza, a military dictator who was politically-aligned with the United States. He was deposed in July, 1979. Somoza escaped to Paraguay where he wrote an anti-Carter book, Nicaragua Betrayed. Somoza did a book tour in the United States that undermined Carter and raised questions with the voters why Carter would side with the enemies of the United States against America’s allies in Central America and in the Mideast?

In September, 1980, as Carter’s approval rating plummeted to 25%, Somoza—who had just completed a book tour in the United States—was assassinated in Paraguay. His assassination was blamed on Argentine rebels but questions were raised by Carter detractors whether Somoza may have been killed to silence his criticism of Carter and the policies of the CFR in Central America.

Barack Hussein Obama—(2008)
The opening days of the administration of the last Manchurian Candidate, Barack Hussein Obama, dovetails with the final days of the reign of the third Manchurian Candidate. It’s almost like Obama is determined to complete the nightmare of how a second Carter term would have devastated the economy of the United States. Carter’s final coup d’ etat against the interests of the People of the United States to benefit the globalists in the CFR would have come from his inept handling of the United States economy. Today, Marxist revisions are blaming Carter’s ineptness on Reagan. (That’s because the consumer rate of interest when Carter left office on Jan. 20, 1981, was 14.03, and it rose to 20.31% in December of that year before beginning to spiral downward. When Reagan ran for reelection in the summer of 1984, the consumer rate of interest had dropped to 11.84%. When George H.W. Bush ran for office in 1988, the consumer rate of interest had fallen to 8.61%.)

The US economy crumbled under Carter, and the prime rate (the rate banks charge themselves, soared to 15.5% just before the election. The consumer interest rate on October 1, 1980 was 18.22%. That does not translate into votes. High risk credit card holders, if they could still get credit, were paying 25% to 30% interest. Carter’s economic woes actually began during the Nixon years when OPEC (the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries) decided to test the “economic weapon value” of oil by flexing their oil muscle in 1973.

Carter’s problem was that because he knew he was the final word on everything he believed that translated into that he knew best by virtue of the fact that no one could overrule him. Carter’s biggest foes were his ego and his arrogance about who he thought he was. That will also prove to be Obama’s Achilles Heel as well.

Carter—like Obama—got a free pass from the mainstream media and from the liberal academicians who have chronicled their version of his life. Walter Cronkite called Jimmy Carter the smartest president he’d ever met. Carter was, and still is, a vindictive man who remains tethered to the CFR. He is a dangerous busybody who acts like a decrepit old man with Alzheimer’s who interferes with the politics of sitting president’s like its his rite of passage, sending mixed signals to the world as he coddled dictators and bad-mouthed the United States. In his 2004 book, The Real Jimmy Carter, author Stephen Hayward said it best when he commented that “…Jimmy Carter’s laundry list of failures aren’t just accidents of history. They are rooted in Carter’s deeply flawed character and ideology—a smugly pious arrogance matched with a profound distrust of America.”

The words that so aptly describe Carter also sum up the persona of Barack Hussein Obama. Obama is not even imaginative enough to have originated his own political character. He borrowed the embodiment of his personality from the pages of history, mostly from Franklin D. Roosevelt, because FDR plays well on center stage. But even more, the dark thoughts that shape his ideological agenda are the fascist views of Adolph Hitler and socialist attributes of Karl Marx mixed together in a mental mishap that becomes uniquely Obama. This is why some of Obama’s rhetoric is pure fascism, some unadultrated Marxist and some the plagurized thoughts of FDR.

What makes Obama a Manchurian Candidate is that the paradigms that played in the nominations and elections of Wilson, Roosevelt and Carter played in the Election of 2008. Only in Obama’s case, a new element—George Soros —factored into the equation, suggesting that a compromise has finally been reached between the free enterprise capitalists and the socialist capitalists because both the sides backed the same horse in that race. Sen. McCain played the role of William Howard Taft from the election of 1912, and in 1940, the role of Wendell Wilkie in the shadow of World War II. While Taft and Wilkie seemed not to realize they were the designated losers in 1912 and 1940, John McCain knew that was his role in the Election of 2008.

Obama’s role in the greater scheme of things is to complete the failed work of Wilson, FDR, and Carter. As the Manchurian Candidate of the global elite, Obama’s job is to collapse the economy of the United States, destroy the value of its currency, surrender our exteral soverneignty to the New World Order in the Hague, submit this nation to the rule of law as defined by the World Court and, of course, provide a setting where the working class can enjoy life in a world without borders where sameness is extolled as virtue. Welcome to Utopia where the Lords and Serfs of the 12th century will live once again in a 21st century world where the demand for productivity is the deity that replaces God. Welcome to George Orwell’s 1984—its only a quarter century late.

Written by Jon Christian Ryter, and published August 27, 2010, at ConservstiveActionAlerts.com

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  1. Nancy Strachan

    Wow, I am a staunch, rather well-informed Conservative, and knew a lot about all these bad guys. But you definitely filled in the blanks and provided little-known facts for me and others with whom I will share this. Thank you for the work and research required to produce such a complete and well-written treatise.

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