Well, this is certainly some hard reading, but one of the most eloquent tellings of the Raw Deal. The one factor that is in our favor is that the Constitution is still intact. What is needed is a repeal of the corporate work-around that the Raw Deal created and that has now become behemoth. But, I fear, this is not a reasonable hope for the boomers et al among us. It is a fight that, to be won, must be waged by the youth. The question we have to address is how to spark this counter-revolution among the Ritalin-somatized children, with their Pavlovianly-indocrinated brains of mush that cannot even fathom that there is a red pill, much less that they should try it. How ironic, given that their teachers fell for the red pill even when it was really the blue one. Us old Morpheuses had better be hoping and searching for Neos, because any kind of physical resistance is impossible without them. There is some hope, now that 14 states have begun the process of reclaiming their militias from federal control. Yet, without disrupting the lock-step minds of the youth collective, there is nothing needed for the NWO but to wait out the natural demise of the old vanguard.
First published in 1938 and noted here initially in 2008 , The Revolution Was is Garet Garrett ‘s masterful deconstruction of the Roosevelt/New Deal myth, arguing that in fact FDR and his minions staged a coup d’etat by permanently eviscerating the limitations on Federal government found in the Constitution.
We commend it again today to all of the good little boys and girls caressing themselves furiously over fantasies of mid-term victories, judicial saviors, state legislative messiahs, miraculous conversions, and the righteousness of non-violent resistance.
There are those who still think they are holding the pass against a revolution that may be coming up the road.
But they are gazing in the wrong direction.
The revolution is behind them. It went by in the Night of Depression, singing songs to freedom.
There are those who have never ceased to say very earnestly, “Something is going to happen to the…
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