My friend Carl sends me this one…very thought provoking. I don’t agree that tea partiers are Republicans, matter of a fact, I’ve met some serious ones who are Democrats. My experience with the tea party…at least in my part of the world, is that they’re Constitutional loving Patriots. They’re not wearing tags, and just like me, they’re as sick of Republicans as they are Democrats. Now, neither party in Washington have our interests at heart…well, aside from me saying that bit about the tea party, I’ll let you read on. Oh, one more. I’m not excited about Mitt Romney, I don’t agree about Obama, and I’m not a Paulite, but we’ve got serious problems in DC if we don’t start keeping their feet to the fire.
Why I Hate Republicans (Including Tea Partiers), Even More Than I Hate Democrats
By Servando Gonzalez
May 11, 2012
A nation can survive its fools, and even the ambitious. But it cannot survive treason from within. An enemy at the gates is less formidable, for he is known and carries his banner openly. But the traitor moves amongst those within the gate freely, his sly whispers rustling through all the alleys, heard in the very halls of government itself. For the traitor appears not a traitor; he speaks in accents familiar to his victims, and he wears their face and their arguments, he appeals to the baseness that lies deep in the hearts of all men. He rots the soul of a nation, he works secretly and unknown in the night to undermine the pillars of the city, he infects the body politic so that it can no longer resist. A murderer is less to fear. The traitor is the plague.
—Marcus Tullius Cicero.
First of all let me make it clear that, as one of my friends put it, I am an equal opportunity offender.
The reason for this is because I have never seen much difference between Republicans and Democrats. To me, both parties are actually the two sides of the same counterfeited coin. That’s why many years ago I began calling it the Repucratic Party — the true and only Communo-fascist party in the coming totalitarian America.
The more I’ve tried to find differences between them, the less I’ve found.
For example, both Republicans and Democrats accept the minor lies told by the politicians of their party (Republicans believe in free trade, Democrats in global warming), as well as the big lies told by politicians of both parties (9/11/2001, War on Terror, death of bin Laden, Arab Spring, etc).
Neither Republicans nor Democrats have ever complained about the daily abuses committed by the Department of Homeland Security and the Transportation Security Administration.
None of them seem to care about the use of torture as a way to extract “confessions,” nor about the end of habeas corpus and posse comitatus or the expansion of the surveillance state.
Year after year, election after election, both Republicans and Democrats seem to agree, and have made an effort to convince us about it, that just by changing the puppets in the White House, while keeping the same scoundrels, rascals, cheaters, tax evaders, swindlers, scam artists, fraudsters, charlatans and scumbags of their party on the hill, everything will be okay in America.
Moreover, while Democrats chant the mantra of social justice, which is actually individual injustice, Republicans sing the siren’s song of national security, which, as it has now become evident, actually means national insecurity.
Still, there are minor differences that make me hate Republicans much more than I hate Democrats. Nevertheless, let me tell you first why I hate Democrats.
I hate Democrats because they are the enemy.
Democrats viscerally hate this country, its people, its Constitution, and almost everything that was good in America: its freedom, the right of its citizens to live their lives unmolested by an intrusive government trying to “help” them, the freedom to openly criticize their elected leaders without fear of reprisals, the respect for the laws of the land. Democrats are commies and don’t make any bones about it.
They loved Stalin and Mao, still love Castro, and now love Hugo Chávez and Obama.
But at least Democrats don’t hide their hatred for everything truly American. Over and over, they have openly told in clear and explicit ways that they hate America.
Michelle Obama expressed it clearly when she had a moment of candor and confessed that the only time she felt proud of being American was when Kenyan-born Barry Soetoro was selected by the Bilderberger conspirators to be the next president of the U.S. Other Democrats, like Bill and Hillary Clinton, Al Gore, Jane Fonda, Maxine Waters, just to name a few, have expressed in deeds, and sometimes in words, their hatred for this country.
In this sense, I appreciate their sincerity.
On the other hand, I hate Republicans (including Tea Partiers, which are nothing but Republicans in disguise) because they are traitors and hypocrites. Currently, they are frantically trying to hide their love for Obama, who has provided them the wars they crave for so much.
Their total demoralization has manifested in the presidential debates where, after proving over and over that all them, except Ron Paul, are a bunch of unprincipled liars, they have attacked everybody and his uncle except Obama.
Despite their constant claims of patriotism and respect for the Constitution, Republicans have always been eager to justify the trashing of the Constitution — provided the trashers are members of the Republican party. They loved it when George W. Bush approved the Patriot Act, one of the most antipatriotic laws ever signed by an American President, after having been passed without even a reading by a Congress with a Republican majority.
I fully understand why Democrats who hate this country elected Jerry Brown as governor of California. What is difficult to understand, however, is why Arizona Republicans re-elected John McCone to the U.S. Congress. CFR member McCain has shown many times his hatred for this country. While in Congress, he has supported almost every anti-American law ever conceived. His latest act of treachery is his support for the National Defense Authorization Act, a bill later signed into law by Obama.
A few months ago, while you were enjoying your turkey meal, the National Defense Authorization Act, another big jump into totalitarianism in the U.S., was approved by Congress. The approval was “bipartisan” and had full “conservative” support.
Given that in the cryptic language of the Washington politicians “bipartisan” actually means CFR sponsored, I bet that the National Defense Authorization Act, like most treasonous laws enacted by their Congress (the CFR conspirators have bought it, so it is theirs, not ours), was created in the secret conciliabula at the Harold Pratt House, headquarters of the Council on Foreign Relations.
The National Defense Authorization Act defines the entirety of the United States as a battleground in the War on Terror. Therefore, you don’t need to be a rocket scientist to figure out that the Government can label any American citizens as terrorists and they can be indefinitely detained without charge or trial. Similar laws have been enacted in most totalitarian countries. Now, why did John McCain and most Republicans senators support this bill? Beats me!
If one is to believe professional disinformer Sean Hannity, any of the Republican candidates is better than Obama. According to him, our motto should be “Anybody but Obama.” “I want to win,” said Hannity “and I want to win badly.” He seems to forget that “anybody but Bush I” brought us Clinton, “anybody but Clinton” brought us Bush II, and “anybody but Bush II” brought us Obama. If doing the same and expecting a different result is a symptom of insanity, the U.S. has become an insane asylum.
Hannity’s idea is an example of politics as football. What is at stake today, however, is not the victory of your football team, but the survival of the American Republic. Actually, thanks to disinformers like Hannity, Limbaugh, Levin, et. al., the election process is not even a football game, but a coin flipping one: heads we lose, tails they win!
Disagreement, particularly political disagreement, is part of the democratic, civilized way of living. Contradictory points of view among different individuals are a strong evidence of freedom and a very healthy feature of a democratic republic. Also, it is a normal fact of life that, with the passage of time, people change their views.
What is not acceptable, however, is contradictory points of view expressed at the same time by the same individual. Inconsistency is the mark of the opportunist and the liar. A better example of inconsistency than Republicans claiming one day that they support the Constitution and next day giving their vote of approval to a law that trashes it is difficult to find. This is precisely why most people don’t like politicians like the ones now running for the presidency.
Republicans claim that they are defenders of capitalism and free enterprise, but they love corporations, the main enemies of competition and true capitalism. When listeners complain about mega corporations not paying taxes, moving the jobs abroad or using semi-slave workers, disinformer extraordinaire Rush Limbaugh answers that they have not violated any U.S. law. He never mentions, though, that big transnational corporations don’t need to violate the laws because they have greased the palms of corrupt lawmakers to pass the laws they need.
Republicans assert that they are anti-abortion, because human life is sacred, but they wait until their children are teenagers and send them to kill and be killed in foreign, unnecessary wars. These are inconsistencies bordering on hypocrisy.
Republicans profess that they are the strongest supporters of the U.S. military, but they remained silent when thousands of them died or were incapacitates for life as a result of bacteria in vaccines they were forced to take — the so-called “Gulf War Syndrome.” Nor have they complained for the government’s cover-up to hide the fact that it was done on purpose to purge the Army from patriotic, but potentially problematic Americans the conspirators didn’t trust.
In the same fashion, Republicans are famous for complaining about the high U.S. national debt, but they never mention the fact that one of the reasons why the government needs cash is to pay for the interest on the money it borrows to maintain the national (in)security state they love so much. As a matter of fact, Republicans are as addicted to warfare as Democrats to welfare.
As keepers of the integrity of the Republic, or so they contend, Republicans have always been in the first line against illegal immigration. However, despite their zeal to keep the border closed, they never criticized their beloved George W. Bush, the man who opened the borders to an alien invasion and harassed and prosecuted the border officers who tried to do their job.
Moreover, Republicans have always supported the idea of building a high wall to exclude the invaders. Apparently it never crossed their narrow minds that some day that very same wall could be used as a containment device to prevent Americans from escaping totalitarianism in their own country. Actually, the first step has been done with a law canceling passport rights for people who owe taxes. And, mark my words, very soon other excuses will be added to keep the sheep inside the barn.
Another good example of their inconsistency is the Republicans’ criticism of banks bailouts. According to them, and I fully agree about this particular issue, we should let nature run its course, and failed institutions should not be helped, because this will encourage failure, but let them pay dearly for their mistakes. But it is obvious that the Republican Party has failed miserably once and again.
Then, why are Republicans so eager to rescue it?
But the last straw that really made me mad as hell is their treatment of Ron Paul, and I don’t want to take it anymore
Since the very beginning of the present presidential campaign, Republicans have shown that if there is a person they really don’t want to see in the White House, that is Ron Paul. To avoid it, they have resorted to every trick in the book to sabotage Paul’s campaign.
While Paul’s arguments about really important things have been ignored, Republicans have wasted their time talking about Obamacare (which is actually Hillarycare, which was actually Rockefeller care), illegal immigration (a non-issue, currently Mexicans are escaping back to their country), health care (which is a disaster precisely because of government intervention), well, you name it.
Apparently, they seem to ignore that what is at stake in this crucial moment of this country’s history is not if we have a border fence, or a health care system even worse than the one we now have, or Mexicans (and some Americans too) escaping back to a better life in Mexico, but if the coming society will be a fascist or a communist one. And I assure you that, except for their preference for black swastikas or red hammers and sickles in their banners, there is no big difference between either totalitarian system.
It seems that the professional media disinformers have already decided behind our backs that the only possible alternative we have in this coming election is either a disaster named Obama or a future disaster named Romney. Contrary to their claims, however, we do have another alternative: neither of them!
Currently, we have a unique opportunity to drop the bankrupt Repucratic Party where it belongs: the trash can of History. As Ron Paul recently stated, “The country is ripe for revolution.” I fully agree with Congressman Paul, and we’d better do it fast before this unique window of opportunity closes, because the Repucratic carcass is rotting, and the stench is becoming nauseating.
All things considered, I think that if at some time we realize that there is no way to put Ron Paul in the White House, Obama, not Romney or any other Republican candidate, should be our second best option.
Yes, I prefer Obama in the White House rather than any Republican. Let me tell you why.
As I have explained in detail in my book Psychological Warfare and the New World Order: The Secret War Against the American People, contrary to communists or fascists, whose tactic is to take political power overtly by quick, violent means, the New World Order conspirators have adopted the tactics of the British Fabians: taking control covertly, by slow, gradual infiltration.
Evidence shows they have been very successful at infiltrating the U.S. government, the courts, the system of public education, the academia, the mainstream press and the U.S. armed forces — I didn’t mention the CIA, because since its creation the Agency has been an obedient tool in the hands of the CFR conspirators.
Of lately, however, they have encountered unexpected resistance from the masses. Speaking in May 2001 at a Council on Foreign Relations meeting in Montreal, CFR agent Zbigniew Brzezinski warned that a “global political awakening,” in combination with infighting amongst the elite, was threatening to derail the move towards a one world government.
Apparently, the CFR conspirators have become a little nervous about not been able to accomplish their deadline of having a global New World Order by early 21st century, and this rush has made them make grave mistakes. One of them has been placing their puppet Obama in the White House.
It is not a secret that, following his masters’ orders, Obama’s long, quick steps to push America into totalitarianism has caused an awakening of a large sector of the American people, galvanizing them to action in ways we have never seen before in the recent history of this country.
Probably the only good thing Obama’s rule has accomplished is to turn things in America so bad and so fast, that it has awakened the people’s consciousness from its media-induced stupor. In this sense, by acting as an alarm clock, he has done us a big favor. Electing a CFR-controlled Republican will put the people to sleep again.
On the other hand, do some honest Republicans truly believe that corrupt CFR puppet Mitt Romney would be better than corrupt CFR puppet Barack Obama? I don’t think so.
The fact that the CFR conspirators have been desperately pushing first their puppet Newt, then Perry and now Romney is a clear indication that they are concerned about the possibilities of success for their plans to fully implement the Communo-fascist New World Order in America. Currently, the two main obstacles the conspirators face are a free Internet and gun ownership, and they will do everything in their power to eliminate freedom of speech and an armed populace as soon as possible.
In the aftermath of hurricane Katrina, the government confiscated guns from law-abiding citizens who owned them legally. But they didn’t have to pry their guns from their dead, cold fingers — gun owners willingly surrendered their guns to the Louisiana National Guard. Of course, I guess that if a Democrat would have been in the White House things may have been different. But their beloved George W. Bush gave the orders, and the ever faithful Republicans complied.
The elimination of the current Internet, and its substitution by a controlled, censored one is relatively easy.  The justification will be a false flag cyberatttack, and it can be done under a Democratic president. But gun prohibition and confiscation is much more risky and it can only be done by a Republican President. A Republican President will easily recreate a Fast and Furious false flag operation as a pretext for passing a gun confiscation law and most Republican gun owners will comply. Is Romney the right guy for the job? I don’t think we should wait and see.
Somebody said that war was too important to leave it in the hands of the military. Well, today that the U.S. government has become a Leviathan avid to control all aspects of our lives, I would say that politics is too important to leave it in the hands of the politicians — particularly in the hands of corrupt, anti-American politicians of the Repucratic Party.
Therefore, instead of “anybody but Obama,” my motto in the coming elections is “anybody but a Repucrat.” If you love this country and want to live in it as a free man, please, make this motto yours. Actually, by participating in this corrupt electoral process we are, wittingly or unwittingly, helping to legitimize the charade. If, by voting for an independent candidate or not voting at all we fail to get the government we want, at least we can have the clear conscience that we didn’t contribute to the mockery.
It is obvious that Republicans will never allow Ron Paul to become their candidate in this coming election. Dr. Paul’s plans are nothing less than overturning the government’s apple cart, and Republicans hate him for this. Unfortunately, and I hope I am wrong, it seems that Paul has decided not to keep fighting if he loses the nomination. If this happens to be the case, I suggest that we focus our efforts to try to convince him to run as an independent. Ron Paul is our only hope for a peaceful solution to the problems we face as a nation.
Some months ago Jesse Ventura offered to run as Paul’s vice-president if Ron Paul decided to run as an independent. I think that the combination of Paul-Ventura is a winning, unbeatable one.
Both of them have demonstrated over the years their honesty and love for this country. Even more, they scare the shit out of the New Word Order conspirators. They fear them as much as they hate them.
If Paul and Ventura reach an agreement and they decide to run as independents, there is only one way the conspirators can stop them, but they know that they have to be very careful about using that last-resort option.
If they go for it, the conspirators may start an unstoppable chain reaction of unforeseeable consequences, none of which would be good for them.
If, for any reason, the result of the coming election is four more years of Obama in the White House, good for us.
A Republican in the White House will only put the people to sleep, while the conspirators will keep feverishly working in the shadows for the destruction of this country. Anyway, I have the gut feeling that, one way or another, Obama will not spend four more years in the White House.
After the popular vote brought Salvador Allende to power in Chile, CFR agent and war criminal Henry Kissinger said “I don’t see why we need to stand by and watch a country go Communist due to the irresponsibility of its people.” In the same fashion, we Americans don’t need to stand by and watch our country to go Communo-fascist due to the irresponsibility or ill intentions of both Democrats and Republicans.
At the close of the Constitutional Convention a lady asked Benjamin Franklin, what type of government the Constitution had created. Franklin replied, “A republic, if you can keep it.” Let’s show the New World Order conspirators, their minions and the World, that we have what is needed to save this Republic and keep it alive and kicking!
 Jaketapper, “Michelle Obama: ‘For the First Time in My Adult Lifetime, I’m Really Proud of My Country’”, ABCNews, February 18, 2008, http://abcnews.go.com/blogs/politics/2008/02/michelle-obam-1-2/.
 Hannity said this in his radio program, November 28, 2011.
 See my article “The Health Care Ferrari,” NolanChart.com, September 6, 2009,http://www.nolanchart.com/article6840-the-american-health-care-ferrari.html
 See, Karrah Kaplan, “Rep. Ron Paul: The Country is Ripe for Revolution,” CNN, September 27, 2011,http://politicalticker.blogs.cnn.com/2011/09/27/rep-ron-paul-the-country-is-ripe-for-revolution/.
 I don’t need to explain why Obama is the best second option to owners of gun stores and makers of guns and ammo, because they already know it. To know why I think Obama is nothing but a puppet, see my book Obamania: The New Puppet and His Masters.
 See, Paul Joseph Watson, “Brzezinski Decries Global Political Awakening During CFR Speech,” Prison Planet.com, Wednesday, May 19, 2010, http://www.prisonplanet.com/brzezinski-decries-global-political-awakening-during-cfr-speech.html.
 See, Paul Joseph Watson and Alex Jones, “Newt Gingrich: Mr. New World Order,” Infowars.com, November 28, 2011, http://www.infowars.com/newt-gingrich-mr-new-world-order/
 See my “Kiss Your Internet Goodbye,” NewsWithViews.com, April 6, 2003,http://www.newswithviews.com/public_comm/public_commentary7.htm.
 I despise everything politically correct, so I keep using the word “man” in its traditional use in the English language, that is, implying men and women.
Servando Gonzalez is a Cuban-born American writer, semiologist and intelligence analyst. He has written books, essays and articles on Latin American history, intelligence, espionage, and semiotics. Servando is the author ofHistoria herética de la revolución fidelista, The Secret Fidel Castro, The Nuclear Deception and La madre de todas las conspiraciones, all available at Amazon.com.