To do that they have to destroy the American dream and replace it with the historic class structure of the rest of the world. People need to know their place and the instruments of power need to be reserved for those in the ruling class. Massive immigration is part of the plan. They need to flood the country with enough people that they do not assimilate. They don’t want the new people to become Americans. They want them to be enclaves they can control.
In Who Are We? Samuel Huntington quotes Nathan Glazer and Daniel Moynihan about assimilation.
“‘To what does one assimilate in modern America?’ In 1900 the answer was clear: assimilation meant Americanization. In 2000 the answers were complicated, contradictory, and ambiguous. Many elite Americans were no longer confident of the virtue of their mainstream culture and instead preached a doctrine of diversity and equal validity of all cultures in America.” p. 199The Average American believes that this country is the best place to live. They believe that historically the American dream is unique. This country has brought security and prosperity to the masses. Again the Declaration of Independence talks about “life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness”. The Elite does not like that because a happy, secure, prosperous America does not need them. We threaten them because if large numbers of people are successful they will undermine the elite’s power and threaten their control.
Thus they must bring us down. It is what is going on when we see a common American, Michael Flynn going to trial and an admitted criminal, Hillary Clinton, still on the speaking circuit.
Will we pull out of the nose dive? Is it too late? The Anointed that control education, media and bureaucratic government are working to replace the American Dream with something we might call “The Divine Right of the Elite.” It took hundreds of years for common people to get a solid victory. The battle is still going on. It will continue even is America falls. It will resurrect itself every time a peasant looks at the stars and says, “This isn’t right!”
As we often paraphrase Pogo, “We have met the Civil War, and it is us.”
Huntington, Samuel P. Who Are We? New York: Simon & Schuster, 2004.
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