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The Collective Mindset Had Triumphed Over Individualism

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America has devolved into the mindset of Statism – either neo-Fascist Nationalist Populism or neo-Socialist Marxism.  The Body Politick divided and insistent that the other ideology will destroy the country, ignoring the fact that both purveying ideologies are Collectivists.

The following essay written by a good friend in the Liberty Movement has captured the core of the argument between Trump Republicans and the Obama/Hillary Democrats.  While many are arguing for Collectivism, the Natural Rights Movement is attempting to reacquaint an ignorant people of the discarded construct of Individualism.

Individualism in Early America

This comment appeared on a FB thread post:

I read on Facebook a lot of empty bravado calling anyone who isn’t a Trump supporter a whiney sore loser or “cry baby liberal pansy” or worse. I don’t think these types of self-satisfied people are prepared for the pushback taking place. When people see their very idea of Democracy threatened it awakens something. We will allow a plutocracy to prevail and push women & minorities back to the 50s over our cold. dead. bodies.

Noam Chomsky: With Trump Election, We Are Now Facing Threats to the Survival of the Human Species

These guys, along with “Democracy Now” are nothing but a bunch of Collectivists who are perfectly fine with tyranny — tyranny is what Collectivism breeds.

Where were their criticisms of the Obama administration when it bailed out the massive banking corporations in the exact manner as did the Bush administration?

Where is their criticism of the Obama administration when he signed the NDAA of 2012 which legalized rendition?

Where is their criticism of the Obama administration which also just declared CBD to be “non-medicinal” and now a schedule 1 drug?

Why are seemingly intelligent people championing such anti-liberty actions of Collectivists on “both sides” of the false political paradigm?

Why worry about what Trump *might* do when these Collectivists have no regard for all the evils of past administrations?

This all just seems like total insanity to me. After all, it’s the Hillary supporters who had been rioting and destroying the private property of other individuals.

I cannot take anything these Collectivists have to say seriously due to their blatant hypocrisy.

I find it very sad that the masses continue to worship the STATE rather than stand up against such tyranny.

Philosophy – Natural Rights Coalition

In today’s society, totally ignorant of the history of such philosophy breeds comments such as:

Can you give an example when your vision on non-“collectivism” has been implemented?

…Even if I could give such examples of how the Philosophy of Individualism has been implemented at the founding of America’s Civil Law through the honoring and protection of our Natural Rights, it wouldn’t justify the hypocrisy these collectivists exemplify in only criticizing one side of the partisan duopoly for such violations of our Natural Rights.

Please don’t misunderstand, I am equally as critical of so called “Conservatives” when they act likewise hypocritical.

My point is that the masses continue to listen to hypocritical collectivists who are deceiving them into believing that only the other so called “side” of the false political “left-right” dichotomy is tyrannical.  Call them fascists or socialists, they are all collectivists.  And by definition of their chosen philosophy, they do not honor the unalienable Natural Rights of the individual.

The Philosophy of Individualism has been implemented in America’s Civil Law from the onset, albeit imperfectly — certainly, slavery in America was hypocritical to our founding documents.  However, it should also be noted that pre-Civil War America’s slavery population was ~13%.  Compare that to the present situation whereby nearly everyone has become “wage” slaves of the STATE.  It’s supposed to be the other way around.  the STATE is supposed to be our servant.

Natural Rights principles are what our entire founding documents were created upon.  They are what Jefferson penned as being “self-evident” in the Declaration of Independence.

Examples of Individualism in America’s onset include:

• Natural Right of health care freedom:

the STATE didn’t violate or engage in the private free market of medical care and medicine (i.e.: the STATE waged no selective drug wars, so people were free to choose drug remedies by their own free will); the STATE didn’t force out of business or out of the country medical scientists who provided remedies that had a proven track record of success for people’s ailments; the STATE didn’t mandate uncontrolled dosing of the masses through their water supplies of chemicals proven to be toxic; etc…

• Innocence until proven guilty:

the STATE used to honor this principle, yet there are a myriad of instances where individuals are treated as guilty until proven innocent; tyrannical acts such as rendition were not practiced by the STATE (while rendition had been likely practiced illegally by previous administrations for perhaps decades, it has only been recently legalized by the most recent administration as previously noted).

• Natural Right of property & privacy:

there was never originally a so called “income” tax in America; the founders mandated such direct taxes to be illegal, for it was self-evident that every individual had the right to the fruit of his/her own labor AND the right to keep one’s personal affairs private; the STATE didn’t engage in “civil asset forfeiture”; the STATE didn’t engage in massive general spying on its citizens; the STATE never prohibited gardening or farming on one’s own property.

• Natural Right to self-defense:

the STATE didn’t violate violate one’s Natural Right of self-defense by prohibiting or interfering with individual armament (in fact, it was militias of individuals who volunteered to fight in the Revolutionary War in order to maintain this paramount Natural Right… now, such collectivists I criticize desire to entirely disarm Americans who have not violated the Natural Rights of others, thus another example of guilty until proven innocent).

• Natural Right to free market commerce and private contract:

the STATE didn’t initially control or manipulate currency, nor did it infringe upon free market commerce; private individuals were free to engage — or NOT engage — in their private business with others according to their own free will and without ANY STATE intervention whatsoever; business licenses didn’t initially exist because it was self-evident that individuals have the Natural Right to profit and therefore survive; marriage licenses didn’t originally exist — marriage is not only a private matter, but also one of CHURCH rather than STATE… remember “separation of CHURCH & STATE”?  😉

[noteworthy: a “license” or “permit” means that the STATE is asserting it’s authority over the individual — as “master” — giving the license/permit bearer *permission* to do something that the individual doesn’t have the Natural Right to already do.]

We could go on about how far more tyrannical America has become since its Individualistic leaning onset, resultant of embracing Collectivist principles.  But basically, if one wasn’t violating the Natural Rights of anyone else, the STATE at most all levels didn’t interfere in the private lives of individuals.

… That was the original concept anyway, and I submit that these principles define libertarianism, however, definitely not according to the Libertarian Party.  The LP is largely divided by libertarians, and anarchists who call themselves “libertarians”.  There are also anarchists who call themselves “voluntarists” (or some form thereof), no doubt hoping to make their false ideology sound more alluring to the ignorant

However, by contrast libertarians understand that if no one ever violated the Natural Rights of anyone else, there would be no need for government at all, and therefore, anarchy could actually work.  We also realize that this is a fantasy.

We who live in the real world of human society, and are of sound mind, acknowledge that some people will always violate the Natural Rights of others.  Therefore, limited government having the primary if not sole function of protecting the Natural Rights of ALL individuals is necessary for a society whose goal is to maximize peace, prosperity, and liberty for ALL.

But I have digressed…

Of course, maintaining a libertarian leaning republic didn’t last long.  Government continued to wax corrupted and powerful, thus a new tyranny was born and since fostered by the advance and then mass indoctrination of Collectivist philosophy.

…taking this time to exemplify some of the various ways tyranny has grown in America is helping to encourage me in my goal of fleshing out the www.NaturalRightsCoalition.com website, especially to address various Natural Rights violations by the US Government at all levels and offer practical solutions that end all such violations.

I truly believe that Natural Rights principles, which are all also rooted in the “Golden Rule” shared by many cultures of commoners throughout all of human history, are unifying rather than dividing.  And right now, there is only growing division in “Neo-Amerika”… and that’s not sustainable — Untied We Stand, Divided We Fall.

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None Dare Call It Congressional High Treason

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These bozos would selll us out to Bin Laden himself if it would ensure they won elections.

Sadaam Paid For Anti-War Congressmen’s Trip To Pre-Invasion Iraq

Saddam And The Three Stooges

Three congressmen were caught traveling to praise prewar Iraq on Saddam Hussein’s dime in 2002. Others have made pilgrimages to pay tribute to Venezuela’s Hugo Chavez. This is getting out of control.

As the U.S. prepared for war in October 2002, Washington state’s Jim McDermott flew to Iraq on a Saddam-praising junket with fellow Democrats Mike Thompson of California and David Bonior of Michigan. Rather than support the U.S., they condemned U.N. sanctions, vouched for Saddam’s probity and publicly declared America’s democratically elected president a liar.
None of it had anything to do with the congressmen’s claimed concern for Iraqi children, but it did undermine the U.S. alliance-building effort. And by coincidence, it was exactly what Saddam wanted.

Now we learn the junket was just as it seemed at the time — a Saddam-paid propaganda production, starring three U.S. dupes. The congressmen say they had no idea, but they should have known and must be aware that people will seek to manipulate politicians.

In this case, however, Bush derangement syndrome seemed to trump all judgment in freelance diplomacy, and the result was a sellout of our interests.
So was another trip taken to the Andes last year by another Democratic threesome — Reps. Bill Delahunt and James McGovern of Massachusetts and George Miller of California. With at least two of them in hock to Venezuela’s Hugo Chavez for supplying cheap heating oil to their districts, the trio decided to meddle in Colombia, a democracy Chavez seeks to overthrow.

Claiming they were just interested in the humanitarian release of American hostages, they flew to Bogota and Caracas and initiated contact with Chavez’s best terrorists — Colombia’s Marxist FARC. Secret correspondence from the computer of dead FARC warlord Raul Reyes suggests that the real aim of the trip was to muscle Colombian President Alvaro Uribe into restoring Chavez as a mediator between Colombia and the FARC. That would have enabled Chavez to expand his cash and political influence into Colombia.

The junket followed other favors that McGovern and Delahunt did for Chavez. Both were influential, for example, in slashing Colombian military aid by 30% in 2008, and now both intend to vote down Colombia’s free trade pact.

Such stoogery isn’t helped by the bad example set by congressional leaders like Nancy Pelosi. It was the speaker of the House, remember, who took two senators on a pilgrimage to Syria a year ago, at a time of high tensions with Iran, making tyrants there very happy. These activities have little to do with the duties of congressmen to their respective districts or states. They’re also inherently secretive, leaving the citizens in the dark about the funding and the favors. Worst of all, they manage to sell out American interests for the price of undermining the president, as if there were no national interests beyond politics.

The State Department and White House have no authority to stop such shenanigans, so it’s up to Congress to start making its actions more accountable and the media to make them more transparent on the spot.

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Bush To Secure The Southern Border………of Mexico – NOT America.

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Like this was going to be a big surprise.

Like stupid imbeciles, the GOP wonders why Conservatives are planning to sit home this November and not stop their complaining about McCain and the sham of the Republican Nomination fiasco to win the Whitehouse. Bloated runaway spending, continuous compromise and the push to shove Amnesty for millions of illegal Mexican Immigrants sealing the discontent among the electorate. Conservatives do not forget the thumb in our eye and the fists in our face and the catcalls of “Racists; Nativists and vigilantes” from the Establishment leaders trying to ramrod Amnesty down our throats last Summer. As America heads into recession, and money is flying out of Washington to buy votes by giving us an advance on NEXT YEAR’S tax returns – it would seem that a “stimulus package” to Mexico to help secure the Souther border – of MEXICO would be seen as spectacular stupidity on a grand scale.

Right?

Wrong.

The Party Establishment in DC thinks they can do whatever they please, and it is learned today that the Bush Administration has decided to pull another “secret” deal with Mexico. This time it’s disguised as a “security aid package”.

The Merida Initiative is a Bush-backed plan that has seen little involvement or knowledge of our elected representatives in Congress that seeks to dump 1.4 B-B-BILLION dollars into corrupt Meximafioso Government types to create the illusion they are fighting drug trafficking, crime, and terrorists. It appears to be nothing more than appeasement payola and graft to continue to forge ahead the desire to make North America one big giant happy Third World Continent.

Michelle Malkin brings this to our attention:

The White House wants a $1.4 billion stimulus/national security package…for Mexico

President Bush is pushing a massive foreign-aid package to Mexico to help them secure their southern border against the flow of illegal aliens from Central America.

“We can’t even get our own border straight, and we are going to provide Mexico with funding so they can solve their problem,” the reader fumed. “I doubt the Central Americans are staying very long in Mexico anyway. We know where they are going!”

Too outrageously outrageous to be true?

Well, I checked it out and it’s even worse than the reader described. Far worse.

The plan is called “The Merida Initiative.” Seems that the White House has had this plan in the works for nearly a year with little congressional input on either side of the border.

We can’t finish our own border fence, properly supply our immigration agents and border patrol with all the equipment and resources they need, or get our house in order. Yet, the Bush administration wants to fork over $1.4 billion to Mexico and Central America–with much of it going into the hands of corrupt law enforcement officials and government bureaucrats who have worked tirelessly to undermine our immigration laws. The funding is tucked into the 2008 supplemental budget.
Naturally, the State Department has taken a lead role. They’ve held meetings in secret and cut out members of Congress from discussion. You’ll love the explanation for the secrecy: Mexico is “sensitive,” you see. Also, according to one expert, “Mexico is very protective of its sovereignty and very worried about any incursion of U.S. security forces or private contractors—like Blackwater—coming in to train Mexicans.” Yeah, they’re worried about incursions and sovereignty.

Rep. Gabrielle Gifford, D-Ariz., questioned whether it was wise to assist Mexico at a time when the U.S. economy appears to be headed toward a recession.
“Unless we have our house in order, putting millions into Central America and Mexico is not the solution,” she said.

But I haven’t read about any opposition from Republicans. Yoo-hoo. Anybody home?

Meantime, Mexico refuses to extradite criminal suspects who’ve fled from the U.S. down to Mexico unless our prosecutors drop death penalty charges against them.

Read the Curses of Deuteronomy 28:16-end of chapter. This all fits right on in.

While the payola and Graft appeasement goes on under the table – ABOVE the table – in our own country – Mexican Presidente Felipe Calderon has the audacity to warn us that “closing the border would be a “very, very big mistake” for the U.S. economy“.

“Probably the worst thing that happened in this country is this anti-Mexican or anti-immigrant spirit or perception in the people, and we need to change that,” he said in response to a question after giving a speech at Harvard University.

He said Mexico had made big strides in its war against drug cartels but that the United States also bears responsibility for the illegal drug trade and should do more to stop it.

Why in the living hell should WE pay to fight a “drug war” YOU profit from El Presidente??? What is this? Blackmail?

“Drugs is not only my problem. It’s not mainly a problem of Mexico. Our problem is we are the neighbor of the largest consumer of the world. And we are paying the cost for this,” he said in his speech to Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government.

Oh great – BLAME America for the problem. Sheesh, no wonder Democrats and Liberal Republicans LOVE this guy!

“I think the American government must do its part in this terrible battle,” he said.

Calderon added that the U.S. economy’s slide toward recession underscored the need for the United States, Mexico and Canada to integrate their economies into a free market in order to rebuff growing competition from Asia and Europe.

And everyone tells us that the idea of a “North American Union” is just a myth.

‘VERY, VERY BIG MISTAKE’

“The American economy is suffering. But if you take the point of view that the solution for this situation — the lack of competitiveness in the American economy — is closing the border, you are making a very, very big mistake,” he said.

Is that a threat Mr. Presidente???

“Clearly we are two complementary economies. And that phenomenon is impossible to stop,” he said.

You talking about our economy or the phenomena of your Illegal Mexican Insurgency?

Yes, we can stop it. We’re America – all that is required is the willpower and resolve to to do it – and we will see it done.

We fight two enemies on this – the Illegal Insurgents from Mexico and their lobbying political groups, AND – our own government Elites in Washington.

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The McCain Record of Pandering To Illegals- Soros and the Darlings of the Left

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John McCain could teach a thing or two about spin and distorting records to the Clintons. In an Election where the Democrats and Independents have entered the early state “open” primary states to determine for the Republican party who the GOP candidate will be to run against their coronation of Hillary, it is clear that Conservatives have been discarded and jettisoned from the GOP – by design it would seem.

As Ann Coulter pointed out in her essay this week, McCain’s record shows he plays fast and loose with the truth – especially about his position on the Illegal Invasion from the South.

Of course, I might lie constantly too, if I were seeking the Republican presidential nomination after enthusiastically promoting amnesty for illegal aliens, Social Security credit for illegal aliens, criminal trials for terrorists, stem-cell research on human embryos, crackpot global warming legislation and free speech-crushing campaign-finance laws.

I might lie too, if I had opposed the Bush tax cuts, a marriage amendment to the Constitution, waterboarding terrorists and drilling in Alaska.

And I might lie if I had called the ads of the Swift Boat Veterans for Truth “dishonest and dishonorable.”

McCain angrily denounces the suggestion that his “comprehensive immigration reform” constituted “amnesty” — on the ludicrous grounds that it included a small fine. Even the guy who graduated fifth from the bottom of his class at the U.S. Naval Academy didn’t fall for this a few years ago.

In 2003, McCain told The Tucson Citizen that “amnesty has to be an important part” of any immigration reform. He also rolled out the old chestnut about America’s need for illegals, who do “jobs that American workers simply won’t do.”

McCain’s amnesty bill would have immediately granted millions of newly legalized immigrants Social Security benefits. He even supported allowing work performed as an illegal to count toward Social Security benefits as recently as a vote in 2006 — now adamantly denied by Mr. Straight Talk.

Of course McCain’s record goes further to the Left of any other candidate in the GOP – except for perhaps Mike Huckabee, who is essentially Bill Clinton with a bible in-hand.

Coulter is not the only staunch Conservative making notes of McCain’s corrosive effect on Conservatism, Talk radio hosts like Rush Limbaugh and Mark Levin have also voiced serious concerns about the effect a McCain nomination will have for the Republican party and the Conservative movment. Of course the battle within the GOP itself is being goaded by the mainstream media that all but declared Conservative radio irrelevant, that has many GOP Elites and McCain supporters telling Conservatives to “shut up” for the sake of the party – but as Mark Levin has written – now is NOT the time to shut up. It’s a PRIMARY for crying out loud! NOW is the time to decide who is the best standard-bearer of the party -based on principles, not on who can best win the horse race.

For that reason, a record counts. It is a history of the beliefs that really make up a candidate’s core thinking. What is being drummed loudly is his military service and his time as a POW. Yes, we are all indebted to McCain for his sacrifice, and he is a hero to the nation. Is that enough to overlook a political career that has not served the Conservative movement and actually infringed on Constitutional Rights such as Freedom of Political Speech? Michell Malkin reports connections McCain has with the Illegal Mexican lobby, and the Global Socialist George Soros – who has infiltrated and just about every mainstream media and reporting operation in the country. These things are noteworthy to consider when the two main issues of importance to most Americans: The War on Jihadists and Illegals – is being given the boot by political elites.

Meet the open borders family: McCain, Hernandez, Soros, and the “Reform Institute”

Shamnesty peddler John McCain taps former Mexican government official/shamnesty advocate Juan Hernandez as his presidential campaign Hispanic Outreach Director.

Hernandez is a fellow at McCain’s “Reform Institute.” What has he been working on there for the past year?
“Dr. Juan Hernandez serves as a Senior Fellow of the Institute’s Comprehensive Immigration Reform Initiative.”

That is: Shamnesty.

Among the immigration projects at McCain’s Reform Institute: An art contest in which students depicted their protests against a southern border fence.
The winner on the American side of the border?

Here:

…Via Discover the Networks, you’ll see that Soros’s OSI is a key open borders funder–providing support to the Mexican American Legal Defense and Education Fund; the Immigrant Legal Resource Center; the National Immigration Law Center; the National Immigration Forum; the National Council of La Raza; and the American Immigration Law Foundation.

Remind me again which party’s presidential nomination John McCain is running for?

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Bush Roadmap To Israel’s Surrender

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I don’t know what in the world this president is smoking. Apparently he took a toke off the legacy hookah Clinton got high off of. I just about wrecked the car when the news played the audio clip today of Bush calling on Israel to “end the occupation of Arab lands”. When exactly did America suddenly do an about-face to call the land Israel secured after the 1967 and 1973 Arab wars against it ‘Occupied”??

Hearing this I wondered aloud how Americans would feel if France came in here to demand that we surrender the “Occupied lands of Texas” to MS-13 for an empty promise of peace??

This is ridiculously dangerous ground Bush is shoving down the throats of the Israeli people. He is demanding they adhere to a ‘Roadmap to Peace’ with people who have not implemented ONE aspect of that roadmap before and whom are sworn to Israel’s destruction. Bush is playing with fire in his quest for a legacy. If he had paid attention in Sunday school he would remember the scripture in Zechariah 12:3 that depicts those nations who meddle with Jerusalem will be ‘cut in pieces’. Outside of scripture the entire notion of Bush making Israel concede yet further ‘land for peace’ deals is demanding Israel commit suicide as assuredly as Czhekoslovakia did at the behest of Deladier and Chamberlain in the 1930’s to Hitler.

Nothing but horror is going to come from this, and America is going to rue the day we weakened yet further the only real ally we have in the regional viper’s nest that is the scourge of Jihadist Islam.

Bush: Israel must cease ‘occupation’ of Arab land

Associated Press

Bush: Abbas ‘committed to peace’
RAMALLAH, West Bank — President Bush, summing up meetings with both sides in the Israeli-Palestinian dispute, said today that a peace accord will require “painful political concessions” by each. Resolving the status of Jerusalem will be hard, he said, and he called for the end of the “occupation” of Arab land by the Israeli military.

“Now is the time to make difficult choices,” Bush said after a first-ever visit to the Palestinian territories, which followed separate meetings with Israeli leaders in Jerusalem the day before.

Bush is in the Mideast for eight days, trying to bolster his goal of achieving a long-elusive peace agreement by the end of his presidency in a year. Speaking at his hotel in Jerusalem, he said again that he thinks that is possible.

“I am committed to doing all I can to achieve it,” Bush said. Within minutes, Bush’s national security adviser Stephen Hadley said the president would return to the Middle East “at least once and maybe more” over the next year. He wouldn’t elaborate on possible destinations, but another White House official said Bush is likely to attend Israel’s 60th anniversary celebrations in May.

Bush gave his most detailed summation yet of what a final peace should include, including U.S. expectations for the resolution of some of the hardest issues in the violent conflict, one of the world’s longest-running and most intractable. He used tough language intended to put both sides on notice that he sees no reason they cannot get down to serious business, “starting right now.”

In his set of U.S. bottom lines were security for Israel, a “contiguous” state for the Palestinians and the expectation that final borders will be negotiated to accommodate territorial changes since Israel’s formation. He also suggested international compensation for Palestinians and their descendants who claim a right to return to land they held before Israel’s formation.

He made a point of using a loaded term — occupation — to describe Israeli control over land that would eventually form the bulk of an independent Palestinian state. That he did so in Jerusalem underscored that he is trying not to seem partial to Israel.

On borders, Bush said any peace agreement “will require mutually agreed adjustments” to the lines drawn for Israel in the late 1940s. He was referring primarily to Israeli neighborhoods on disputed lands that Israel would keep when an independent Palestinian state is formed.

Earlier in the day, Bush had said Palestinians deserve better than a “Swiss cheese” state fitted around Israeli land and security bulwarks.

“The point of departure for permanent status negotiations to realize this vision seems clear,” he said. “There should be an end to the occupation that began in 1967. The agreement must establish a Palestine as a homeland for the Palestinian people just as Israel is a homeland for the Jewish people.”

White House spokesman Gordon Johndroe said Bush was referring to the West Bank when he spoke of occupation….

I sit in stunned wonder over this. Obviously this plea from the former Chief Rabbi Mordechai Eliyahu did not register in Bushs’ ears – or his brain.

Former chief Rabbi to Bush: Don’t act against God’s will

In a letter handed to US president, Rabbi Mordechai Eliyahu warns him not to take action that would harm Jewish people. ‘The Jewish nation forever remembers those that inflict harm upon it’
Kobi Nahshoni

In a letter handed to US President George Bush Thursday, former Sephardic Chief Rabbi Mordechai Eliyahu admonished the US president to avoid any course of action that would harm the Jewish nation.

“The Jewish nation is eternal, and forever remembers those that have aided it throughout history, as well as those that have done it harm. Please let your name go down in history as a president who aided the Jewish nation, who worked alongside God and not against him,” wrote the rabbi.

The Rabbi furthermore urged Bush in his letter to utilize his visit to strengthen and bolster the State of Israel.

“You were granted the privilege of serving as US president. Make the best of the duties given you, and we will fulfill our task of remembering you as good and noble throughout the ages,” said the Rabbi.

Rabbi Eliyahu began his letter with greetings for President Bush and praise for his efforts to bring peace to the region. With that, he then told the American president that “his agenda for peace goes against the will of God”.

Granting the site of the Holy Temple to murderers of women and children who blaspheme God, wrote Rabbi Eliyahu, is an act against the Jewish people as well as God.

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Annapolis – Roadmap To Ruin For A Declaration of Peace In Our Time

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Behold, I will make Jerusalem a cup of trembling unto all the people round about, when they shall be in the siege both against Judah and against Jerusalem. And in that day will I make Jerusalem a burdensome stone for all people: all that burden themselves with it shall be cut in pieces, though all the people of the earth be gathered together against it. – Zechariah 12:2-3

“Israelis “must show the world that they are ready to … bring an end to the occupation that began in 1967 through a negotiated settlement” – President George Bush, November 27, 2007

One has to wonder whether or not President Bush graduated Sunday School or History Class given his Administration’s meddling and hamstringing of Israel at Annapolis this week. In what appears to be a hunt for a legacy besides the War on Terror and Amnesty for Illegal Mexicans – Bush is apparently once again on the path of insanity to push forward another one of his twisted ideas of homogeny. The consequences of this insanity however, will prove to be deadly. He is ignoring biblical admonitions as well as the lessons of history that scream out loud that trading land NEVER results in peace. What Bush suggests is no less than for Israel to commit national suicide, and to reward terrorists and genocidal maniacs their fondest wishes for the annihilation of the State of Israel.

It appears that Bush’s screwball notions of “new tone” – by letting Democrats dictate and influence his Administration’s policies has now made it’s way into U.S. Foreign policy. While many in his Administration were displeased with Nancy Pelosi and other leading Democrats visiting with, having an audience with President Basher Assad and appeasing the Axis Of Evil Member Syria earlier this year – Condi Rice has out-butt licked them all by granting Syria and almost 40 other hostile Arab and Islamic nations a SEAT at the table in discussing the future of Israel with their fellow terrorists in Palestine and Arabia.

Someone please help me understand the reason behind this lunacy, but it looks an awful lot like Bush hosting a dinner party for three dozen wolves and a sheep – and letting them decide what is for dinner.

Have our leaders in Washington completely lost their minds and forgot what happened when other ‘legacy’ Nimrods like Neville Chamberlain tried to carve up and surrender the Sudetenland to Adolph Hitler in 1938? Do they deliberately forget that every single time Israel has surrendered land to the Palestinians, that those territories became launching pads for asymmetric terrorist attacks on Israelis? Did Bush suddenly forget that the territory Israel holds was the result of an aggressive war being waged on it in 1948, 1967 and 1973 by the same nations who chant for the death of Israel and America??

Let’s see, aside from Israeli Premier Ehud Olmert, who has never met a trade he did not like – seated at the table is Mahmoud Abbas, head of Hamas and so-called leader of a future –Palestinian State that still holds kidnapped Israeli soldiers as hostages. Also seated are leaders of nations that support Jihad terrorists groups such as Fatah, the Al Aqsa Martyrs Brigades, Al Qaeda, Islamic Jihad, Islamic Brotherhood, and almost 30 other nations with Jihad elements in them.

Bush requests that Israel ‘end the occupation’ and surrender the lands it acquired during the three wars waged against it by the same nations now seated at the table Bush has set to crown his legacy of ‘changing the Mid-East’. One has to wonder how many days hence will pass before we hear about a request by the Bush Administration for Israel to hand all of Jerusalem over to the Palestinians – since it is evident he will do everything and anything to secure a statement of peace from Israel and the Arab nations.

Bush is setting up a table for disaster, as assuredly as Chamberlain and Daladier had 70 years ago. Both America and Britain will be cut to pieces for attempting to force a peace on Israel with people who have as much a mind for peace as Hitler did, and whom have no intention of allowing Jews to live or exist in the Middle East anymore than the Fuhrer did of Jews in Europe.

This will come back to bite America and the West HARD, and we will rue the day we engendered this kind of insanity on Israel and the world.

For when they shall say, Peace and safety; then sudden destruction cometh upon them, as travail upon a woman with child; and they shall not escape. – I Thessalonians 5:3

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Mexico’s Efforts To Influence America’s Political Future

Sounds to me like Mexico has all but declared war on us – complete with threats and subterfuge from Mexico’s Government itself in interfering with American law and policy in regards to enabling millions of lawbreaking squatters enclaving in this country.

One of the factors that contributed to our entry into WWI was a letter from Germany to Mexico, asking them to infilitrate the United States and retake Texas, Arizona, New Mexico and California if we entered WWI on the side of Great Britain.

At one time that was considered a contributing factor towards war.

Now we call it “humanity” and “Doing jobs Americans won’t do”

Government, advocates are calling for measures to influence U.S. public opinion.

MEXICO CITY — Anger in Mexico is growing in the wake of a number of new state laws in the United States considered by critics to be anti-Mexican, a shift probably reflected in President Felipe Calderón’s verbal lashing this week of U.S. presidential candidates.

In tougher rhetoric toward U.S. immigration policies, Calderón scolded presidential candidates for using migrants as thematic hostages and announced a media campaign aimed at influencing American public opinion.

The Calderón administration this week also blasted the U.S.-backed border wall, releasing a study labeling it medieval and an environmental risk, and calling on the U.S. Congress to reconsider the idea.

Mexico, which often reacts with anger to even a hint of U.S. meddling in its internal affairs, has been loath to comment so directly on internal U.S. politics in recent years.

“Every day, there is more demand for the Mexican government to take a stronger position,” said Manuel Angel Castillo, coordinator of the Migration Seminary at the College of Mexico. “The immigration reform generated a lot of expectation, but as we all know, that didn’t happen. Instead they approved a series of undesirable actions, and all these things are now creating a lot of irritation.”

At an immigrant advocates’ conference this week in Mexico City, attendees cited some 170 anti-immigrant measures adopted by local and state governments in the U.S. Many said the time had come to confront what is increasingly seen as a rising tide of xenophobia.

“Just the idea that our children will live in … humiliation is something we cannot allow,” said Alonso Flores, member of the Institute of Mexicans in the Exterior, a Mexican government agency that fosters ties with Mexicans living abroad.

Hey I got an idea – why don’t you third world Socialists worry about the cesspool of corruption and humiliation you force upon your own citizens instead of worrying about demanding rights for your Insurgency here in OUR country?????

Calderón, in a speech to the conference, said a new media campaign would change the distorted perceptions Americans have about Mexican workers and build consciousness of the “many contributions they make for the society in which they work and live.”

Experts in Mexico say it’s too early to tell whether Calderón’s comments signal a change in how the Mexican government deals with American politics.

“In the coming weeks and months, we will see if (Calderón’s) declarations form part of a new strategy,” said Luis Escala, a researcher at the Tijuana-based College of the Northern Border.

But Calderón does appear to be taking a more active role in the fate of immigrants than past presidents, analysts say.

He favors the creation of a kind of anti-defamation league for Mexican immigrants in the United States and has supported the idea of building support centers along the border for deported Mexicans. Such centers would offer food, clothing and shelter for deportees.

Advocates also are pushing for a program to help deportees transition back to life in their homeland.

Escala said the timing of Calderón’s remarks and the struggle to fight back against perceived anti-immigration attacks is not by chance.

“The engines of the presidential campaign are starting,” he said. “And they are wanting to have an influence.”

I think we need to help influence Illegal Mexicans to influence their own native country and return there to fix their own corrupt politics and cesspool.

Just one more reason to seal the border and declare a moratorium on ALL IMMIGRATION until a new and thorough system can be devised and instituted.

But that cannot happen when Americans have bought into the moral relativism and multicultural crap that helps create the notion that borders and national sovereignty are racist and that we are no better or worse than the third world.

As a result, America is on the road to becomming a third world nation.

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