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October 2004   Paula devlin
Whose Country Is It Anyway? Ripped Off In Broad Daylight By Paula Devlin


By: Paula Devlin

We have been ripped off by an odd coalition of scented parlor snakes, traveling salesmen, limp-wristed lounge lizards and people whose egos are bigger than their brains. It is apparent that our leaders, in all sectors, recite the Greed Creed upon arising every morning: "Me first, last and always."

There is little ultimate contrast in the presidential candidates; itís a lose/lose outcome for the rank and file.

On the left, we have Comrade Treason, noted for giving aid and comfort to the enemy - in exchange for what? A guarantee, by foreign interests, of becoming President so he could smoothly deliver the United States into their hands? On the right we have the Globalist Country Boy, using our nationís strength to please his neocon handlers who do not have this nation as their first loyalty. But he has displeased some of them and they are extracting their revenge through higher oil prices. High oil prices have never seen a sitting President re-elected. On the odd chance that he is re-elected, he, too, will continue to make our nationís sovereignty subservient to foreign interests.

This pathetic excuse for an election is little more than an exercise in thought control. So far, the only issue raised by the challenger is the conduct of the war in Iraq. He has said it is wrong, but failed to present a plausible reason for his brilliant 20/20 hindsight. I am glad Saddam is gone. But does anyone now believe it is about weapons of mass destruction? Why have the sources of the WMD information never been exposed as frauds? Just who benefits most from Iraq under UN control?

Why canít we have a president who puts the United States first in everything and avoids deadly foreign entanglements?

Then there are the ignored issues. Top of the list is illegal immigration. If you havenít noticed, illegals have benefits (such as free medical care) unavailable to taxpaying voters. The flood coming across the borders is portrayed as "victims" (sob) who just want to do jobs American citizens are too lazy or proud to do. What self-respecting American can work for those twenty-first century slavers who donít pay minimum, provide no benefits and pay no taxes? How do the slavers get away with it? Do they tell the candidates that they will deliver votes from the illegals if the candidate does not rock the boat?

The refusal of many of our leaders, in the White House, in Congress and in the Border States, to protect our borders and sovereignty is treason. They are allowing our nation to be invaded by a foreign army. National security requires that we put our own needs, as a nation, above that of Mexicoís and the cheap labor lovers.

If the Twin Towers was our Pearl Harbor, why has the border security response been so weak? The money that goes to the new Homeland Security Department to protect air travelers should go to the Border Patrol and Immigration enforcement. Not to have done that gives credence to the theory that the WTC bombing was a false flag operation and elements of the government are allowing another one to be organized. Why else would they not seal the borders and enforce immigration laws?

The next issue is the protected multinational corporation. Do they contribute to campaign coffers in order to manipulate policy? Do donkeys bray? Do the CEOís get together to scheme how to prostitute candidates? Sure looks like it.

Outsourcing has been going on since the 1960ís when the Philadelphia garment district was dismantled and put on a ship. To blame this administration exclusively for the loss of jobs is naÔve: it takes at least five years to relocate an operation off shore. CEOís have been doing this and blaming the unions or stockholders for the loss of jobs. Yes, they may be partly to blame, but when the increased income for management in using slave labor is considered, the blame for job loss rests exclusively on the shoulders of management. They made the decisions. Stockholders have rarely been asked to vote on anything more than management recommendations for accountants and board members.

In addition to the export of jobs is the exportation of the manufacturing equipment. All the fabric mills, shoe factories, steel mills, etc. etc. have had their equipment removed to foreign shores. The ability to make the huge, complex manufacturing machinery has been compromised because there is little gray metal left in the US needed to build them. The largest source of gray metal (if my information is accurate) is in Israel. Even if we wanted to restore our manufacturing ability, we would have some big challenges in doing so. Every job in manufacturing supports five in the service sector, if the manufacturing jobs are here.

Why is over 50% of our military supplies made overseas? What happens when hostile elements shut down our few remaining ports? Or if China decides not to dock its ships here anymore? How would we protect and care for ourselves? The arrogant elites in Washington think they have the dragon by the tail, but we are in its mouth.

The recent shock over a flu vaccine shortage is another example of unnecessary problems created by the Greed Creed of multinationals. A foreign plant manufacturing flu vaccine for the U.S. is contaminated and many will not receive the vaccine as a result. Why are our vaccines being manufactured overseas? We never had that problem when drugs were manufactured here. This work was outsourced so management could pocket more income, income guaranteed by the government and ultimately the taxpayers. Those dollars should be spent on drugs manufactured here instead of implementing economic globalism at our expense.

Economic globalism is nothing more than a Greed Creed scheme to make the filthy rich richer at every one elseís expense.

Do our candidates get campaign contributions from the multinationals? Why are they not indicted on conflict of interest charges?

Our access to our own natural resources is disappearing before our eyes. The bogus environmental movement, a cover for a well-funded anti-private property movement, is assiduously removing our ability to provide for ourselves as individuals and as a nation. Setting aside productive land for bugs, vermin and scenic views is insane. It is so insane that most are unprepared to counter it with the vehemence needed to defeat it. Romantic turns of phrase such as "Sustainable Development" cover anti-humanity programs that could leave our grandchildren as serfs or illiterate cavemen. But none of our candidates notice.

The traditional concept of the good of our nation as sovereign and self-determining is not part of the rhetoric or debate. We-the-people have become window-dressing, trotted out to legitimize the office-holders and otherwise ignored.

The electorate must also be held accountable for this sorry state of affairs. They too ceased to hold the good of the nation in highest esteem. They are ignorant of its history, goals and issues. Too many recite the Greed Creed, especially on Election Day. Most vote for themselves, their perceived self-interest. They want to be taken care of from womb to tomb, without accountability or responsibility. They are seduced by the promise of taxing the rich. They fall for the "safety and security" baloney, ready to give up self-determination and self-defense for it. They continue in their childish ways, believing Uncle Sugar will always be there for them, foolishly believing that a government larger than many nations has the ability or desire to take care of anything besides itself.

The hidden agenda is not new but has never been more obvious. Can it be thwarted without violence?

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Paula Devlin is a former New Englander who bolted to the Rocky Mountain West, where the air is clean, the stars are brilliant and men still put their pants on one leg at a time. Paula is a regular columnist for Ether Zone.

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Published in the October 8, 2004 issue of Ether Zone.