The Illusionary Paradigm of Political Ideologies

We live in a polarized nation. Two political parties are supposed to represent all of the American people. They espouse seemingly divergent viewpoints with such vim and vigor that Americans feel compelled to choose sides. We often feel obligated to villainize those with different views than us. What the majority of Americans fail to ascertain is that these apparent political opponents are part of a team and that team contains both ‘divergent’ ideologies. That group consists of those that have power and wish to expand it and the rest of us. The viewpoints that they espouse are merely part of a plan to divide the people, so the people focus on each other and not what these puppets of insanely wealthy and extremely shy men are doing in the name of consolidating rule over a nation blinded by a hatred based on deception. I will discuss the strategies these secretive entities employ to control and fabricate the reality we live in and ways in which we can usurp their power and return it to the people.

The concept of Divide and rule is relatively simple. The men with the real power behind our government are wealthy and control our politicians through bribery and blackmail. They have used these supposed opposing ideologies to spew vitriol and force people to pick sides. They fund subgroups such as black lives matter, anarchists, neo-nazis, and others to foment discord among the people. The goal is to break up large concentrations of power into smaller groups that all have less power than the one implementing the ruling doctrine. This creates further discord among the people causing them to lash out at planted enemies while ignoring the man behind the curtain.(“Divide and Rule.” Wikipedia, Wikimedia Foundation, 2 Jan. 2018,

The Hegelian Dialectic is another strategy employed by the so-called elite to foster control upon a dubious populous. A problem, reaction, and solution are the formulae for this method of deception designed to fool the citizenry into wanting an action by the ruling party that the elite had already decided upon. They create the problem and blame it on whatever forces they believe will drive public outcry for the solution they had planned from the beginning.What Is the Hegelian Dialectic? ( There are examples of this in recent history, however unpopular they may be for the average person to process. The first case I will use is a declassified document on a proposed clandestine operation called Operation Northwoods. The CIA offered various proposals to John F. Kennedy designed to gain support for a war with Cuba. Recommendations in the plan included hijacking a civilian aircraft, landing it at the air base and spiriting away the passengers while using an air force copy of the civilian aircraft to fly remotely operated near Cuban airspace and to be “shot down” by a Cuban Mig. The aircraft was going to be remotely detonated in the middle of a false radio transmission claiming aggression by Cuban fighters.It was also suggested in this plan that the CIA foster a Communist Cuban Terror campaign in the Miami and Washington areas. They hoped to ignite this by sinking boatloads of Cuban refugees seeking asylum from the repressive Communist regime. JFK, of course, rejected this proposal, but you can see how effective the Hegelian Dialectic can be. The entire document can be found here.( The second example of this is the second Gulf of Tonkin incident which was the precursor to a full-scale war in Vietnam. The second incident we now know today never actually occurred and the Secretary of Defense deliberately mislead Congress which was the excuse we needed to repel those pesky commies.(“USNI Logo.” The Truth About Tonkin | U.S. Naval Institute, This was the intention of the leadership all along. They created the problem, caused the necessary outrage among the public, and they provided the solution that they had wanted from the beginning. This is history that is unpopular, and people don’t want to see it. We must tell this story if we are to foster a change in our collective consciousness as a nation.

The roots of this type of behavior by our so-called leaders are based on money and power. The elected officials have limited power, but they get to parade about and act as if they are the arbiters of the future of this nation. In truth, powerful interests have controlled the people we have elected since our country stopped printing its own money and turned over control of our currency to a group of private bankers that created an erroneously named entity called The Federal Reserve. These bankers make big money off of wars. They often loan money to both sides of a conflict, not just their parent nation. This is another uncomfortable truth for those that refuse to see.( “Bankers Are Behind the Wars.” ZeroHedge, It is the men with the money that control not just our nation, but most others, and the people we elect crave wealth and power, so they have no incentive to expose the shadow government that controls things.

I spoke of solutions, and one that I can think of is getting money out of our politics. We need to elect officials from the ground up that are incorruptible and hold a constitutional convention to abolish the Federal Reserve and reinstate the Treasury of the United States of America. It, of course, would need to be backed by a commodity that we have an ample supply of, and odds are that’s not gold anymore. That is the only way to get our country back to its principles of a Government for the people and by the people and not just the select few who profit immensely by its exploitation. We are commodities traded on the Stock Exchange, let that sink in! It is likely if we can break the shackles of these foreign bankers that we will quickly find ourselves in a war, but under their direction, we seem to be in a state of perpetual war already. So we as patriotic Americans who believe in fighting for a just cause should not shirk our responsibility to liberty if we can reinstate sovereign control of our nation’s money supply. This may seem like a bleak solution, but it is far better than being traded like merchandise and exploited in endless wars that goes contrary to the founding principles of our great nation!

Author: James Borden

I'm a veteran of the U.S Army, with one deployment to Afghanistan. I will not pull punches in my articles and what you see is what you get.

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