on 14 Oct 2016 4:03 PM
  • Sociopolitical Perspectives
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“If Trump and Hillary are stranded on a boat in the middle of the ocean and it sinks, who would survive?”

The answer? “America. America would survive!”

Unfortunately, there is more than a grain of truth in that little joke.  Although I tend to stay away from political debates for the most part, it feels important to share some perspectives as a world citizen about the elections coming up in the USA less than a month away.

 

There have never been two candidates more heartily disliked in the history of this nation. Many people I have spoken with say they will vote for Hillary, however untrustworthy, because they think Trump is lewd, narcissistic, belligerent and sociopathic.  Others will vote for Trump, however obnoxious, because they think Hillary is evil, psychopathic, deceitful and dangerous. Each group is convinced they are voting for the lesser of two evils.

 

What are the real issues here?

 

Perhaps the place to begin is to recognize that we do not have a functional democracy in this country. Why is the massive election fraud that unfairly eliminated Bernie Sanders in the primaries so quickly and conveniently forgotten? Why are third party candidates such as Jill Stein and Gary Johnson never allowed to participate in debates, nor given media exposure?

 

While our attention is focused on Trump’s lewd locker room comments, Bill Clinton’s rape history, and Hillary’s fraudulent email servers, while people get into hyped up indignation and mud slinging over personality defects, there are far greater issues that are being deliberately swept under the rug by a mainstream media heavily controlled by shadowy groups pulling strings behind the scenes.

 

As long as our attention is fixated on mud slinging and personal transgressions, the bigger issues remain hidden. These hidden agendas are much bigger than most people realize, and it is imperative that we wake up and understand what these are if we are to survive and thrive, not just as a country, but as a planet.

 

How many people realize how close we are to a global economic collapse? Or to the threshold of nuclear war? Do we seriously grasp the implications of a Trans Pacific Partnership, if passed? Or the connection between fracking, methane, firestorms, and earthquake activity?

 

Even the mainstream media has declared that the ideals of democracy no longer function in the USA.  The political system, much like the media itself, is owned by the same corporations and banking systems that run this country, corporations who have already pre-selected the candidate they have groomed for President, and will do everything in their immense web of power and deception to ensure that this takes place.

 

Hillary Clinton is the candidate elect of the globalist system. Bernie Sanders never had a chance. They did not expect that he would receive so much popular support, and so he got effectively derailed. As recently released transcriptions of Clinton’s speeches to Wall Street bankers make clear, she has become the voice of corporate power pretending to be the voice of the people.

 

The ruling powers have fostered a continuing war in the Middle East and North Africa to serve their own interests, whether it be for oil, weapons, profits, power, or land. It has become blatantly clear to many people that the invasions of Afghanistan, Iraq, and Libya were provoked by the same globalist agenda, which also deliberately created terror groups to destabilize nations such as Syria

 

This has nothing to do with Democrat or Republican party lines. The Bushes and the Clintons have been equally pawns for the globalist agenda. How many people are aware that it was the Bush dynasty that funded the Nazi regime during World War 2? Or that the Clinton Foundation has been brokering deals with Saudi Arabia to destabilize the democratically elected government of Syria, including the creation and funding of terrorist groups such as Al Nusra and ISIS, as well as provoking wars with Russia and neighboring countries, all of which is not only a human rights outrage but could easily flare up into World War 3?

 

In an interview with Amy Goodman in 2007, retired General Wesley Clark revealed a secret plan to take out seven countries in 5 years, starting with Iraq, then Syria, Lebanon, Libya, Sudan, and finishing off with Iran. It was Hillary Clinton in her role as Secretary of State under President Obama, who was given the mandate to implement this plan, first initiated by President Bush immediately after the events of 9/11.

 

A number of these countries have been sacked already through proxy wars, resulting in the collapse of their economies and forced regime change, followed by widespread humanitarian and refugee crises. However, there have been significant snags encountered in Syria, where the leaders of Russia, China and Iran have rallied with Syria to stand together in opposition to this globalist plan.

 

What became painfully obvious in the second presidential debate is that with all the rhetoric about Russia and the Syrian government targeting civilians in Aleppo, demonizing both Assad and Putin in the process, neither of the candidates came close to a truth which is well understood by the rest of the world. The battle of Aleppo has been a concerted attempt on the part of the Syrian Army, with air support from Russia, to take back Aleppo from the control of ISIS, a terror organization that has been secretly funded by Saudi Arabia, in collusion with the CIA, and with the full compliance of Hillary Clinton who stood to gain $25 million through the Clinton Foundation as a direct ‘donation’ from the Saudis.

 

What is little known by most Americans is that the real purpose of these negotiations between Saudi Arabia and the Clinton Foundation was to create the conditions for President Assad to be overthrown and replaced by someone who was more compliant to the Saudi plan for building a pipeline between Saudi Arabia and Europe running through Syria, an agenda that would not have benefited the Syrian people and was understandably refused by Assad.

 

So the larger question we must ask ourselves in these dangerous times is not which candidate comes out better in a mud slinging contest, but which candidate is more likely to promote and continue this reckless aggressive globalist agenda through any means including a major world war. The fact that Hillary Clinton is their chosen candidate, along with her hawkish track record as Secretary of State, her blatant intention to push for war with Russia and fuel the powder kegs in the Middle East, along with revelations surfacing about massive corruption through the Clinton Foundation, are overwhelming reasons I would NOT vote for her. Sad to say, the fact that Donald Trump is a wild card feared and shunned by the globalists is the main reason, and perhaps the only reason, that I would give him my vote instead.

 

But it doesn’t have to come down to such a pathetic choice. Ultimately, it is about breaking the chains of the two-party system and encouraging a true voice of the people. Jill Stein, the Green Party candidate has spoken out against fracking, against globalist agendas such as TPP, and against a continuing war of terror. She supports a responsible program for dealing with climate change, for social reform, human rights, and renewable energy soures. She is a woman of heart and passion, and speaks more truth than I have heard spoken by any political figure in recent memory.

 

I don’t know if we can generate enough public support for her to win in the brief time remaining before the elections. I do know that Hillary Clinton is a pawn for an insane globalist agenda that is waging a last ditch attempt to maintain its power in a changing world. Knowing this, I would suggest that people vote their conscience, and invest in a green future, discarding the prevailing logic of voting for either of the primary candidates out of fear of the other coming into power. The tyranny of globalism is rapidly collapsing. Our job as servants of light is to use the power of our unified intention to create a resonance wave rippling out throughout the planet as a rising tide of beauty and hope.

 

The change we all know is possible will not come from the top down, but from the groundswell of the people, rising up in solidarity for what has always mattered most – peace, freedom, sovereignty and love, protecting the well-being of all life, ensuring that our every action reflects the awareness that we are all inextricably linked and divinely part of the One Spirit that moves through all things.

 

I don’t believe in living life in fear, or voting for somebody out of fear, or building walls out of fear. We are called to be peacemakers and lovers of this beautiful green earth. I believe this means opening our hearts and our minds to a deeper awareness of what’s happening around us so that we can consciously and responsibly pull ourselves back from the brink of imminent war, social collapse, and global catastrophe. We are too close to the edge of self-created doom to sit the fence anymore. We owe this not only to ourselves but to our children, and to our children’s children, and to the countless silent voices that inhabit this planet along with us.

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