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The American Dream has Become the American Nightmare

Saturday, August 15th, 2009

 

Those outside this country need to know that things are not so rosy in America.  Life has changed drastically inside our borders.

 

We are no longer a free country.  We are no longer a country of the free.

 

True, we have the “form” of freedom but it has become an empty shell.  With every passing law, rule and regulation we are legislating ourselves out of existence.

 

We might “think” we are free but we have the most controlled media and that’s not just the “mainstream media” but so-called conservative Talk Radio as well!  It is all propaganda and “programming” designed to control our thinking and even our spiritual lives.

 

We, America is at an all time low.  We are divided.  We are ripe for invasion.  Of course, those behind the scenes who rule US secretly know they don’t have to cart us off and deport us because they have US enslaved right where we are inside our own borders.

 

I know you’re going to say, “Dr. Kent, if you don’t love the country, why don’t you leave it?”

 

Quite simply, I’ve already done that.  How do you think I became educated abroad?

 

Having tried that experiment, I couldn’t wait to get “home.”  But that was back when we had a fairly intact culture in the 70’s.

 

Today, we are not allowed a culture of our own.  The policies of “psychologically divide and conquer” are being used to great effectiveness in humbling and destroying America from within.

 

You want to invade?  You want a piece of US?

 

Please, bring it on.  At least then we could unite against a seen enemy but these Secret Societies, The New World Order and the old nobility hidden behind the scenes (with its stranglehold on the money system) and controlling all of America and the rest of the world are sucking us dry.

 

Should we not awake and arise soon, there will be nothing left

 

Am I the only one left who can see what is going on?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Obama’s “Mortgage Address,” Mesa, Arizona 18 Feb 2009

Wednesday, February 18th, 2009

I sit maybe 8 miles from the high school where Obama addressed the nation earlier this morning.  While Obama proffers another safety net, it raises concern regarding fairness.  It raises more questions than answers.  For one, when is it fair to bail out one and not another?

 

This reasoning and questioning is endless.  However, allow me to reduce it to one factor:  Any government intervention will result in more disorder and the future looks bleak.

 

While those decrying Bush’s policies roar, it sounds hollow, almost shrill. After all, it appears Obama is continuing what Bush began and Bush prepared the way for Obama rather well.  Certainly, the interferences of each on the markets are having untoward effects.

 

One thing about the market, it always corrects itself.  That is, when we leave it alone long enough to establish equilibrium.  But as long as we mess with it and “fine tune it,” we further delay the inevitable forces of the market achieving equilibrium.  That is, if we really have a free market, if we really have Constitutional money, and if we really have sound policy.

 

Policy, policy, policy!  I thought what mattered most were “principles.”

 

Rather than grow government and expand government with new programs and policies, maybe we should try going back to the Constitution and its sound principles?  Maybe if we cut government, especially the Federal government and return to our Constitutional roots, this might all work out in short order.

 

In fact, let me make a prediction: 

 

If we went back to a limited central government and abided by our Constitution, we could easily work our way out of these messes and into a healthy, vibrant economy that is secure within two years.

 

But if das Führer continues running up our tab with $5,000 a night lodging in Scottsdale, we might all end up on the streets!  Except the bankers, as Federal employees, they should afford roofs over their heads.  Obama’s “Mortgage Address” and his promises were the deception of the day—while the real deal of the day was nationalization of the banks!

 

Welcome, comrades, to the Soviet Socialist States of America!

 

I never dreamed I would live to see the Golden Days of the USA and our well engineered destruction from within!