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BACK TO THE PEOPLE

Mr. Fagan,

You seem to be surprised that Republican John Bel Edwards is as callous as Democrat Mitch Landrieu.

The Democratic Party has been completely overtaken by liberals since November 22, 1963—and you seem to be aware of this.

But Mr. Fagan, are you aware that the Republican Party has been completely overtaken by neocons (neoconservatives) since June 22, 2015?

And Mr. Fagan, are you aware that the neocons are returning the Republican Party to its historical platform of imperialism and totalitarianism?

And Mr. Fagan, are you aware that there is essentially no difference between liberals (who misrepresent themselves as progressives) and neocons (who misrepresent themselves as conservatives)—and that the liberals and neocons, having completely subverted both the Democratic and Republican parties, are now completely subverting the United States of America, through the now-subversive Democratic and Republican parties?

Mr. Fagan, this is really far out stuff—maybe I’m just delusional, mindlessly spinning conspiracy theories about both the Democratic and Republican parties.

But maybe not—maybe I’m absolutely right on.  And maybe it’s time for Democratic and Republican voters to abandon both the Democratic and Republican parties—and join us independent and third-party voters who are only interested in bringing our government, and our country, back to the people.

Yours sincerely,

Scott Mayo

Pensacola, Florida

https://www.theadvocate.com/baton-rouge/opinion/article_9c86e558-546f-11e8-ac45-dbc7962f7433.html

HISTORY, CIVICS—AND PERSONAL RESPONSIBILITY

“Thank you to the @ManhattanInst for honoring us with the Alexander Hamilton Award. It was a special night to celebrate the freedoms we are all blessed to share and to discuss the importance of American leadership across the globe.”

Alexander Hamilton was a Federalist, but he was not a globalist.

None of our country’s founders were globalists.

Globalism goes against every principle upon which are country was founded.

We are not to “share” our freedoms—we are not to impose our country’s principles upon other countries.

Instead, we are to responsibly exercise, and vigilantly secure, our freedoms within our country—remaining ever aware that our country’s principles are judged according to our individual applications of them. 

And there is to be no “American leadership across the globe.”  Thirteen British colonies waged war to become independent of British “leadership across the globe.”

Nimrata Randhawa Haley is a neoconservative—a neocon.

The neocons are Republicans who are returning the Republican Party to its original, imperialistic platform.

150 years ago, the Republican Party was punishing the entire Southern region of the United States for the murderous act of one deranged zealot—John Wilkes Booth.

And 150 years later, the Republican Party is punishing the entire Southern region of the United States for the murderous act of one deranged zealot—Dylann Storm Roof.

Formed in 1854—not for the abolition of slavery, but for the creation of an American empire centered in the industrialized Northern region of the United States—the Republican Party, from the very beginning, was literally pledged against the South.

Now the Republican Party is pledged against the South, once again. 

And just as it is time for Democratic voters all over the United States to abandon the Democratic Party, it is time for Republican voters all over the United States to abandon the Republican Party—especially in the South.

Because history is repeating itself.

And it is neocons, like Nimrata Randhawa Haley, who are bringing about this repetition of the historical Republican Party—and smartphone-addicted Republican voters who are letting them.

Neoconservatism leads to imperialism.

And imperialism leads to globalism.

It is best if all Democratic and Republican voters abandon both the Democratic and Republican parties, entirely. 

Yet in the meantime, Democratic voters must take their party back from the liberals who have completely overtaken it since November 22, 1963—and restore its progressivism.

And in the meantime, Republican voters must take their party back from the neocons who have completely overtaken it since June 22, 2015—and restore its conservatism.

And these Democratic and Republican voters can take their parties back by holding their parties’ leaders accountable for their words and actions.

Making America greater than ever, not just “great again,” is a matter of history, civics—and personal responsibility.

NEOCONSERVATISM AND LIBERALISM BEST BE AVOIDED—BY ALL OF US

“I know you’re a strong supporter of the Second Amendment–is there anything about this situation that makes you think, ‘Okay, should we rethink–is it time for some kind of change?'”
“ANY TIME THERE IS A TRAUMATIC SITUATION, PEOPLE WANT SOMETHING TO BLAME–THEY ALWAYS WANT SOMETHING TO GO AFTER…”

“THE HATE-FILLED MURDERER WHO MASSACRED OUR BROTHERS AND SISTERS IN CHARLESTON [SOUTH CAROLINA] HAS A SICK AND TWISTED VIEW OF [THE CONFEDERATE FLAG THAT FLIES ON THE STATEHOUSE GROUNDS IN COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA]”
“TODAY WE ARE HERE…TO SAY IT’S TIME TO MOVE THE FLAG…”

Liberals are ignorant.

Yet neocon politicians exploit the ignorance of liberals—thereby perpetuating the ignorance of liberals.

And liberal politicians exploit the ignorance of liberals—thereby perpetuating the ignorance of liberals.

Neocons are ignorant.

Yet neocon politicians exploit the ignorance of neocons—thereby perpetuating the ignorance of neocons.

And liberal politicians exploit the ignorance of neocons—thereby perpetuating the ignorance of neocons.

All Republican public officials today, elected and appointed, are politicians.

And all Republican politicians today, elected and appointed, are neocon politicians.

All Democratic public officials today, elected and appointed, are politicians.

And all Democratic politicians today, elected and appointed, are liberal politicians.

The Republican Party has been completely overtaken by neocons since June 22, 2015.

The Democratic Party has been completely overtaken by liberals since November 22, 1963.

Neocon politicians misrepresent themselves as conservatives.

Liberal politicians misrepresent themselves as progressives.

Though there is a difference between conservatives and progressives—so that a person can be a conservative progressive, or a progressive conservative—there is no difference between neocons and liberals.

A person cannot be a neocon liberal or a liberal neocon—because neocons and liberals are the same.

Neocons are ignorant.

Yet neocon politicians exploit the ignorance of neocons—thereby perpetuating the ignorance of neocons.

And liberal politicians exploit the ignorance of neocons—thereby perpetuating the ignorance of neocons.

Liberals are ignorant.

Yet neocon politicians exploit the ignorance of liberals—thereby perpetuating the ignorance of liberals.

And liberal politicians exploit the ignorance of liberals—thereby perpetuating the ignorance of liberals.

The Democratic Party has been completely overtaken by liberals since November 22, 1963—and there is not likely any hope that the Democratic Party can be reformed.

Therefore, all Democratic voters best abandon the Democratic Party.

The Republican Party has been completely overtaken by neocons since June 22, 2015—and there is not likely any hope that the Republican Party can be reformed.

Therefore, all Republican voters best abandon the Republican Party.

This post goes all over the place because my mind does, at this moment.

But if there is a point I would like to be taken from this post, it is this:

Neoconservatism and liberalism are the same.  Neocon politicians and liberal politicians are the same.  Neocons and liberals are ignorant—and neocon and liberal politicians exploit the ignorance of neocons and liberals. Thus neoconservatism and liberalism best be avoided—by all of us.

THREE CARTOONS THAT STILL NAIL IT, AND WHY THEY STILL NAIL IT

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“I know you’re a strong supporter of the Second Amendment–is there anything about this situation that makes you think, ‘Okay, should we rethink–is it time for some kind of change?'”
“ANY TIME THERE IS A TRAUMATIC SITUATION, PEOPLE WANT SOMETHING TO BLAME–THEY ALWAYS WANT SOMETHING TO GO AFTER…”

“THE HATE-FILLED MURDERER WHO MASSACRED OUR BROTHERS AND SISTERS IN CHARLESTON [SOUTH CAROLINA] HAS A SICK AND TWISTED VIEW OF [THE CONFEDERATE FLAG THAT FLIES ON THE STATEHOUSE GROUNDS IN COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA]”
“TODAY WE ARE HERE…TO SAY IT’S TIME TO MOVE THE FLAG…”

A FEW VARIATIONS ON A QUOTE

“The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing.”

Edmund Burke

Evil men triumph when good men do nothing.

Evil women triumph when good women do nothing.

Evil people triumph when good people do nothing.

Evil Americans triumph when good Americans do nothing.

Zionist Jews triumph when good Jews do nothing.

Republican politicians triumph when Republican voters do nothing.

Democratic politicians triumph when Democratic voters do nothing.

The politicians triumph when the people do nothing.

WHY A VOTE FOR TRUMP IS A VOTE FOR CLINTON

I can understand why Republican voters in Florida didn’t vote for Rubio–he solicited and obtained the endorsement of Nikki Haley, the Republican Governor of South Carolina who started this cultural genocide against the American South–this posthumous extermination of the Confederate States of America that is destructive to the United States of America.

But I cannot understand why Republican voters in Florida didn’t vote for Cruz or Kasich, instead of Trump.

That said, it’s over in Florida.

But it’s not over in all of the United States.

Republican voters remaining must realize that a vote for Trump is a vote for Clinton.

Here’s why:

By many, if not most estimates, Blacks and Hispanics together already outnumber Whites in the United States.

And while many Blacks and Hispanics might vote for Cruz or Kasich, no Blacks or Hispanics will vote for Trump.

Why should they?

Donald Trump considers all Hispanics to be foreigners who don’t belong here.  It doesn’t matter to him that there are millions of Hispanics (known as Latinos in the West) whose families have been here from a time before the Mexican War–when much of the what is now the United States was Mexican territory.

And Donald Trump encourages violence against Black protesters at his rallies. Some of these protesters are somewhat violent themselves, I see that.  But most of them aren’t.  And though many of them are loud and aggressive, they still have the right to exercise their constitutional right to freedom of speech.

Donald Trump has argued that he and his supporters have a right to freedom of speech, as well.  And I acknowledge that.  That is what the security guards are for–nonviolently removing protesters from Trump rallies.

But that incident in North Carolina, in which a Trump supporter punched a Black protester as he was already being escorted out by security guards, was not self defense.  That assailant got out of his seat, walked over to the aisle, and punched the protester when he was in no position to fight back.  And Trump called that “self defense”.

Blacks and Hispanics have good reason not to vote for Donald Trump.

But Whites have good reason not to vote for Donald Trump, as well:

If Donald Trump is the Republican nominee for President this year, and Hillary Clinton is the Democratic nominee, Hillary Clinton will get all of the Black and Hispanic votes–and enough of the White votes to finish off Trump.

I really don’t want Hillary Clinton to be President of the United States–and I don’t think you do either.

So you Republican voters remaining had better vote for Ted Cruz or John Kasich, instead of Donald Trump.

Because a vote for Trump is a vote for Clinton–and that’s just a fact.


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