Organized Crime Owns Your Government

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“Democracy is two wolves and a lamb voting on what to have for lunch. Liberty is a well-armed lamb contesting the vote!”

_ Benjamin Franklin

Benjamin Franklin was terribly misguided when he made that quote. Democracy had never been thoroughly tried, so he can be forgiven for not foreseeing that there were more serious issues with the abuse of democracy than what originates with ordinary people. So, the United States is organized as a republic and that is supposed to keep the masses from voting everything in the treasury into their own pockets.

Over the years, new sophisticated systems of exploiting weaknesses in democracy have evolved and are now used. Experience shows that the poor do not have the wherewithal to petition government. The poor have not actually tried to take anything from the rich.

The unwashed masses actually have presented no threat to any moneyed interests in the United States. They have proven to be a constituency worth buying by providing a few benefits to them over the years. But, no money has ever been voted out of anyone else’s pockets based on any actions by the poor. Instead, democracy turns out to be an incubator for crime, especially of the organized variety.

Organized crime, by financing campaigns and running its own candidates has taken over government. Why would they not? Who is to stop them? Suppose an organized crime syndicate is worried about the FBI. Why not just buy the FBI? Why break a law? Just pass a new law legalizing a previously illegal activity.

What do they do to keep the keep the public on their side? They buy all of the media outlets and make sure citizens only hear what they want them to hear.

Americans get confused. They see a massive group of migrants marching towards the border. The march is reported on as if it was some kind of organic event that has just sprang up. The migrants are presented as if they are no different than any other people coming to the United States looking for a better life. But they are different. The march is orchestrated and masses of poor people entering the country have great economic benefit to the elite who finance and organize these events.

The founding fathers were right, that with democracy, some potential threats would have to be addressed. They did not anticipate that organized crime would take over the country. There is talk about “the shadow government.” There really is no such thing. It is organized crime that dictates policy to congress. It is organized crime that causes senators and congressmen to step down, when their re-election is a sure thing.

But, many Americans benefit from the things organized crime does. That is temporary but some Americans will always benefit and that makes it difficult to re-establish law and order.

The founding fathers, like all historical figures were not at all like they have always been popularly portrayed. They were motivated out of self interest like all living entities are. The founding fathers did not provide a method for testing the constitutionality of laws. They may very well have purposefully left openings for the exploitation of ordinary people. The Supreme Court, a political body, ended up with the role of deciding constitutionality of laws.
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Richard Ong
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James, thanks for your reply. Old age and S/T memory being what it is, I happened to read your article again with fresh eyes and thought to myself “What a fantastic article.” The realization has been boiling up in me how utterly irrelevant the interests of the people are to the political elites. Policies that are nothing less than utter madness are instituted and extolled by the BAPF (bought and paid for) media and all the wise “analysts” nod solemnly in approval. Gen. Jack Keane reliably observes two or three times a week on Fox how the expansionist plans of… Read more »

Richard Ong
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Nothing the Founders and Ratifiers did purported to create any non-political entity in our governments. Where the federal courts were concerned they sought to diminish the role of politics by making appointments lifetime appointments. Impeachment and the option to limit the jurisdiction of inferior federal courts were tools to punish or thwart those who refused a la Thomas a Becket to take the duty and importance of their office to heart and put aside base personal interest. The power to decide cases “arising under this Constitution” IS a way of testing constitutionality. You are quite right that [criminals and traitors]… Read more »