There is a thin line between love and hate, truth and dishonesty, justice and injustice. Frequently that line is merged between the textures of both sides and neither side is served, neither side prevails. Considering the choices that we assume to make during election time I often wonder if we have a choice at all. Perhaps the Democrats and the Republicans are no longer two parties, perhaps they have emerged as one conglomeration of textures with no opposing agendas to consider. While our government contemplates the New World Order agenda they do so unopposed, Democrats and Republicans seem to walk hand in hand in accord with this notion, leaving the general public confused as to the meaning of their political parties. The idea of a world government, a centralized bank, a world army and so forth, is not an idea orchestrated by the people, nor is it an idea in the best interest of the people and above all their self-determination. But what Iâ€™d like to know is what choices do we as the people have in this political design? Where is our say in this matter, and why have we been neglected in this political process?
The Bush dynasty has reigned over the apex of our government for many years, with each member of the Bush family participating in the Bush administration on some level. It is highly questionable to quietly chaperon nepotism as it lends ears to fears, complaints and outcries of substantial conflicts of interest. Iâ€™d say that it certainly was a conflict of interest when on 9/11 you find the cousin and brother of the President employed as primary officers of the security company for the World trade Center, and that the same security company also secured United Airlines.
Let me reiterate with more clarity just to make sure you understood me. It so happens that the chief executive officer of Securacom (the security company that was in charge of security at the WTC on 9/11) was George W. Bushâ€™s Cousin while Marvin P. Bush, the President's youngest brother sat on the board of directors of Securacom, a company citied as being affiliated with several sites of the 9/11 episode. According to public records Securacom is also a company that provided electronic security for the World Trade Center, Dulles International Airport, United Airlines, plus this company has security contracts with the Department of Defense, including the U.S. Army. HUM! On 9/11 the contract between Securacom (Marvin) and the WTC expired yet no one seems to find a problem with this episode. Neither the Republicans nor the Democrats ask or inquires about such suspicions. If in fact there is no opposition or objections to any of these incidents than it is elementary to surmise that we no longer maintain checks and balances with in our government.
The problem that I see with our system is that no one recognizes the obvious flaws among our political infrastructure and no one seems to care. Ostensibly we are headed in a most adversary time, a time in which our constitution may be subject to an assortment of sanctions and adverse modifications under the pretext of 9/11 and the war on terror. Notwithstanding the Democrats or the Republicans our government has operated in a most peculiar way these last few years and noticeably so, the agenda seems to habitually transform like a cameleon changing colors in the dark. Yet do we even remember what that agenda (on 9/11) was, was it to catch Osama bin Laden, or was it to retrieve weapons of mass destruction, maybe it was to secure the oil or perhaps to change the face of the world. With our political culture on autopilot everyone in our government is keeping quiet about the real agenda and everyone else is afraid to ask. Where is our line in the sand?
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Among The Ruins of Our Constitution Lies Liberty
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