Hey boys and girls – pop quiz time. Give me 5 good reasons the United States needs to meddle in the affairs of the sovereign nation of Libya. Give up? Here are a few “good” reasons:
- The US isn’t piling up enough war debt with boots on the ground in Afghanistan and Iraq. The US federal government is so successful running its finances into the ground that it can surely afford more reckless spending.
- Global elites aren’t progressing fast enough with their program to destroy the American economy and create a single global currency they control. A few more wars should finish off the US economy permanently. Then the globalists can really control the money – and the US from some remote location only known by them.
- The international banking cartel also known as the US Federal Reserve hasn’t sucked enough dollars out taxpayer pockets on previous scams and schemes. Here we go again – more borrowing – more printing of fiat dollars – more interest payments for you and me! Thank you secret cartel at the Federal Reserve!
- Destabilizing Middle Eastern nations makes more Muslims hate the US creating an environment that fosters more wars. And more wars means more spending of dollars the US doesn’t have.
- It’s fun bullying smaller nations and it’s important to test out all the latest military hardware on countries that cannot defend themselves against a military under the control of shadowy elites. Didn’t you always want to see how effective a Predator Drone is – but not-in-your-backyard, of course.
And when you think it can’t get any worse, our good ole friends the Republicans are in the thick of it – encouraging more meddling, more bombing, more killing; in another nation that has no military importance to the US at all. They have not attacked the US, threatened the US in any way, nor have they interfered in US domestic policy – as the US government so often does in other countries.
Republican Senator Lindsey Graham of South Carolina is publicly urging the President to raise US level of involvement in Libya by directly taking out Libyan President Muammar al-Qaddafi. He’s using time tested propaganda: if the US doesn’t take down the Libyan government, the US risks a protracted war in Libya.
Now I have an idea Mr. Graham – why doesn’t the US mind its own business? How about bowing out of Libya now and commit to a policy of our Founding Fathers which is to avoid foreign entanglements and engage other nations in commerce only. But of course that doesn’t line pockets anywhere near as fast as good ole fashioned wars started by subversives. Like the kind suggested by a another Republican.
Former Presidential Candidate and Republican John McCain is also urging greater US action in Libya. But he wants to pursue a different course. Let’s train and equip the rebels to help them overturn their government. This is standard US policy. Send subversives into a country and use them to force a regime change. While normal everyday folks like you and me might wonder why the US is assisting Al-Qaeda backed operatives in Libya and killing them in Iraq and Afghanistan; don’t worry – the shadowy group running the US from an office at the UN, knows what it’s doing.
The US economy and the rest of its problems will never be fixed with the current leadership at the Federal level. The globalist agenda promoted by the puppets in the Senate and Congress can be halted by simply placing term limits on Republicans and Democrats. Do we need a special law to do so? No – just vote Constitution Party in 2012. Check out the Constitution Party Platform. Join today and get active.
Put and end to endless wars. Return to a sound economy. Bring US jobs back to the US. Reverse years of attacks on the US Constitution.
Go there now: Constitution Party. While we still have a functioning Constitution in the image of America’s Founding Fathers.
One more thing. The Tea Party must end its love affair with Republicans and embrace the only party that stands for liberty, freedom, and a truly free market economy in the US. Ask your local Tea Party officials who they back and if its Republicans – ask why?