Tuesday, February 15, 2011

Kingmakers Series - Part 1

What birthrights do American citizens have regarding our representative government? Have you, like me, been frustrated in Presidential elections of getting to vote for the better of two evils? Why does this happen again and again for Republicans?

"Kingmakers" control America, our tax money and our birthrights. Amazingly, most Americans don't even know what we have already lost.

I stumbled upon an incredible little book written in 1964 by Phyllis Schlafly, a very active member of the Republican party in 1930s - 1960s+.  She wrote first-hand experience in her powerful book, "A Choice Not An Echo". 

I am an avid reader and writer but I have never heard of this little gem. I am sure many people have wished it could have been burned, so no one would have discover it almost 50 years later. Fortunately for America, I enjoy looking through books tossed away in thrift stores to reclaim such treasures. (Note: it can be found on Amazon for a few dollars)

We need to learn our past and how we have gotten to the point that American citizens no longer nominate the Presidential candidate of their choice. Delegates attending the Republican National Convention don't vote for who they want on the floor of the convention. Have you ever noticed the person is already picked?  Why go through this week long charade of pretense? Why pay millions of taxpayer dollars on this process of electing a President if it is not real?

All of these questions are valid, and must be answered. We need to learn how we can stop this. We need to educate ourselves.

So here we go:

From 1936 a group of secret Kingmakers based in NY have selected every Republican presidential nominee. They do not care if a Republican or Democrat wins. Matter of fact they love it when both candidates are theirs so that they are in a win-win situation. This small group of the most powerful people (and their family lines that follow) is the controlling opinion makers that determine who you and I “get” to “vote” for President, and their methods are far from legal.

In following parts, I will teach the details and name the people.

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