There is a war going on right now that encompasses many battlefields and is waged on many fronts. The war, like all the other wars we have had since World War 2, is undeclared legally, but make no mistake it is happening. This war is meant to be sustained with the elite having unlimited resources to keep the battles going. Their bullets is economical, financing, social issues, education system, and when the elite needs the strong arm to step in and do their dirty work they call on the Military Industrial Complex to step in.

None of this is new nor is it hidden. Of course, it is secretive, but hidden in plain site for anyone to see through their own words, writings, and even legislation of laws and policies. The fight has been going on sometime and the globalism gets it’s rule from the Communist Manifesto itself. The early Fabian Socialist movement meets the Cloward and Pivens’ strategy and the agenda is in motion from the inside gaining momentum on the falsehood of being attacked from the outside. Our own cognitive dissonance is the wild card the globalist need to advance the tactics to a public that is not only oblivious to it, but in many ways encourages and even calls for the tyranny and oppression itself. No, not knowingly, but our of fear. This helps perpetuate the agenda of divide and conquer which is the stage we are tinkering on now.

The division is thick in this country and that is just the way characters like George Soros and other globalist like to keep us at. The one fear they have towards us and ultimately know they can’t defeat is when we are united. That really is the only thing these globalist fear and our unity behind the real enemy would end the globalist conquest. Our monetary system is fake and waiting for collapse, our foreign policy is that of a typical Empire, and domestically we are having the mainstream media quench their thirst for more division with vote recount and race driven agenda narratives being played on the news cycle in 24 hour, non stop, fake news. The media is playing a big part in silencing your voice and propelling the script the puppet masters prepared for them.

We could spend a whole article, or better yet, a book on how we got here, but that is for another time and writing assignment. Let’s just look at their own playbook briefly and get to know the strategy and tactics their like to roll out. Like I said previously, these are not new to their chessboard moves. In actuality, they have been making the same moves over and over; to which they still make forward progress with.

The Communist Manifesto

The Communist Manifesto is the endgame for the globalist and the financiers that bankroll this New World Global Government. At the heart of the plan is complete abolition of private property. We have seen such situations with the Bundy ranch being one that comes to mind. The muscle, or agencies of the elite choice in that moment was the Bureau of Land Management.

There are many steps or levels to the manifesto and the gradual rise in income tax to burden the middle class, keep the poor even poorer, and of course the transfer of wealth continue to grow for the 1%. Tax till you notice then tax in pork bills that even those voting on the bills don’t read. This is how we get such proof of incompetent people like Nancy Pelosi when they utter ignorance like, “We have to pass it to see what’s in it.” This is the comment she made when referring to what was in the Affordable Care Act. Soul selling parasites like Nancy Pelosi isn’t the only one, by far, that is perpetuating the Communism goal towards the total transformation of the Republic that has been in the works for some time now.

The labor force will be turned into labor concentration camps with unbridled surrender to the State. One fixed income for all and the wheels of the machine roll to the marching orders of the puppet masters.

For complete and total usurping the elite turned to the playbook in order to infiltrate the Churches, banking, financing, academia, manufacturing, technology, universities, and so forth. This was the directives of the Fabian Socialist movement.

The Fabians Socialist Movement

The Fabian Society was founded on January 4th, 1884 in London as an offshoot of a society founded a year earlier called The Fellowship of the New Life. The Fellowship of the New Life ending in 1899, but the Fabian Society grew much larger as did their original intentions. It is through the teachings of socialism and the manifesto goals that the Fabians began the conquest of indoctrination and subversion.

Subversion means overthrowing something, like a government or law, or it can mean corrupting someone’s personal morals, like making a vegetarian eat bacon by tricking her. The Latin root subvertere means “to turn from below,” and when you turn something on its head in a sneaky way, that’s subversion.

This is the perfect definition to the subversion of our Constitutional rights and liberties. The infiltration that the Fabian Socialist mounted reached all fields in education, banking, and most threatening of all our churches and have used their political power to keep the 501c3 dependents in line and controlled.

The mass infiltration has made it possible for capitalism to be replaced with the greed filled crony capitalism we have today. The work force is dismal but we are slowly starting to see rises coming in short waves on the unemployment situation in America. Wall Street greed coupled with the Central Bank’s money and incentives and Big Pharma’s influence on the healthcare system has led to our own system becoming socialized as rates continue to skyrocket.

Our college campuses are nothing more than recruitment grounds for the progressive liberal mindset and ideologies. What was once a place of great resistance and protest had given way to safe places equipped with dogs to pet to help you calm down from all the “bad” trigger words you must have heard on your way to class. The modern male is being feminized and our women are becoming objectified. To visit a college campus and ask basic civics questions to the students is a mind numbing task as they stutter and clamor for any hope in answering the basics, but try to convince themselves they are “aware.”

This is part of the plan to divide us from the inside, but it doesn’t stop there. The individual and systemic crash from the inside can be found in the Cloward and Pivens strategy.

Cloward And Piven Strategy Of Economic Divide

In 1966 the strategy, named after Columbia University sociologists Richard Andrew Cloward and Francis Fox Pivens, was first proposed to overthrow capitalism by overloading the government bureaucracy with a flood of impossible demands, thus pushing society into crisis and economic collapse.

Coming off the August 1965 riots in the Watts district of Los Angeles, Cloward and Piven published an article titled “The Weight of the Poor: A Strategy to End Poverty” in the May 2, 1966 issue of The Nation. It was well received as The Nation sold 30,000 reprints. The activist community was excited and wanted to put to practice the “crisis strategy” or “Cloward-PivenStrategy” as it would be called.




In the article Cloward and Piven stated that the ruling classes used welfare to attack and weaken the poor; that by providing a safety net, the rich doused the fires of rebellion. Cloward told The New York Times on September 27, 1970 that poor people can only advance when “the rest of society is afraid of them.” Rather than placating the poor with government hand-outs, wrote Cloward and Piven, activist should work to sabotage and destroy the welfare system; the collapse of the welfare state would ignite a political and financial crisis that would rock the nation; poor people would rise in revolt; only then would “the rest of society” accept their demands.

In 1967, after Cloward and Piven recruited a radical and militant black organizer named George Wiley, he founded the National Welfare Rights Organization (NWRO). Using tactics from Cloward and Piven his followers invaded welfare offices across the United States. Many followers used violence and often bullied social workers and demanding every penny the law “entitled” them. Two years later in 1969 the NWRO claimed a dues-paying membership of 22,500 families, with 523 chapters across the nation. The plan was in motion and gaining traction.

This is being played out in today’s politics to the finest minute detail. We are seeing the bureaucracies grow to uncontrollable levels that seem to operate without oversight and accountability. Agencies across the board in government seem to be in the most dysfunctional state in the Republic’s history.

The (Honest) State Of The Union

If we were honest in our assessment of the Union today we would have some hard questions to ask ourselves. How did government get so big and intrusive? How did we let this happen? How can we bring the government back to a size that will comfortably fit inside the Constitution? This is some of the questions that President Elect Donald Trump has to ask and for the most part seems to be asking so far.

Bad trade deals like NAFTA along with a horrible tax system has led to the mass exodus of our once coveted manufacturing and industrial jobs. Seeking to load up shop and cross borders corporations are fleeing the Republic to take advantage of tax breaks only to import their product and rake in mass profits in the process.

The battle for national and individual sovereignty is heating up as Trump waits to enter the Oval Office and institute his plan for stronger borders and illegal immigration process. Tensions with Russia heat up as the globalist elite look to blame them for the email hacks, but not the information that the leaked emails revealed. The first 100 days in Trump’s administration will be telling as far as the way we combat the advancements made. Trump has made it clear that he is out to undo every unconstitutional executive order signed by Obama during his “pen and phone” time in the White House.

Running on the premise and promise of repealing Obamacare Donald Trump has vowed to look at the Act and replace it with real solutions. The first act when dealing with the disastrous legislation is to stop the socializing of our healthcare system and get the Big Pharma lobbyist influence out of Washington D.C. and intimately our bodies and our houses.

The battlefield is global and there are many fights that need to be fought. One thing there is not a shortage of is tyranny and oppression right now. Some blatant and out in the open while others hide in plain sight under false tensions. The time to get involved is now. Pick a fight, dig in, and remember George Carlin’s famous quote. “It’s a big club, and you ain’t in it!”

Written by Michael Howell

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