Do we have a representative government in the US?

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I am old enough to remember, and young enough to have believed Bill Clinton when he came to the White House promising an administration that would look like America. Not knowing exactly what the statistical racial breakdown was, there was no way to know for sure what such a federal government would look like. Yet, it is reasonable to assume that most Americans perhaps felt that it would be multi-racial, include women, and be non-ideological. Our First amendment to the US Constitution prohibits the establishment of a government ideology, just as it prohibits the establishment of a state religion. What we got from Bill Clinton was a US government that was dominated by Zionists, and what we have gotten from Bush is more of the same. The difference between the two is that Clinton Zionists were more visible, while Bush Zionists are embedded within our government, where they are kept safe from public scrutiny, and accountability. Where these administrations are carbon copies is in their turn-over of US foreign policy to Zionists in the State Department, and Pentagon.

I have nothing against Jewish people. Zionism is not a race, and it is not Judaism, which is a religion. To be opposed to Zionism is not anti-Semitism. Zionism is a political philosophy that has some very striking similarities with communism. Its founder, Theodore Hertzl described Zionists as Bolsheviks, but that was then. Today’s Zionist is a neo-conservative liberal, that is less like Russian communists, and perhaps more like Chinese communists, who love money, and open markets, so long as it not an open capitalist market. They have no real economic agenda except to fill the pockets of governments with taxpayer money, to be used to fund military growth, invasions and occupations. They believe in big, central and totalitarian governments, run by elitist who feel that they are, by virtue of any number of reasons, better able to decide what is good for us than we are. Of course to successfully control large numbers of people, such governments must rely heavily upon propaganda, military and police force, and outright lying and deception.

There is no better example of this than the lies that were presented to the American people as a cause for war against the Iraqi people, and that are being trumped up against Syria and Iran. This includes attempts to link Iraq to the 9/11 attacks, a link that every credible source, including the 9/11 Commission has said did not exist. It also includes propaganda pushed by our nation’s leading newspapers and political leaders and punditry who asserted that Iraq had a nuclear weapons program that was capable of carrying out a nuclear strike against the US within days of the debate, and that Iraq had purchased materials for nuclear weapons from Africa, which was also proven to be false.

The policy and the overall objectives of the US foreign policy which led us into Iraq was formulated by Zionist ideologists who were part of our government, some serving as consultants. This fact is proven and indisputable. That doesn’t exonerate the non-Zionists who aided and abetted the cabal, and who turned their heads as our nation’s foreign policy was taken over, and our military led into war based upon a pack of lies.

The case of I "Scooter" Libby is a good example of how our government has come to almost regularly dysfunction as a result of the influence of Zionism. Whereas Libby has only been charged with perjury and obstruction of justice, there is a good chance that the continued investigation into the leak of a CIA operative’s name to the media, which led to the investigation wherein Libby is charged with lying and seeking to obstruct, will turn up more than merely Libby’s alleged dishonesty with the grand jury. What is likely to be learned from all of this, is that for so many years, our government has not been a representative government. We might learn that our government has in fact been taken over by Zionist ideologists who call themselves "neo-conservatives." We might learn that our government is no longer unfortunately, a government " of the people, for the people, and by the people."

The challenge that this will present to the American people will be unique for our times. Our generation, perhaps like the World War II generation who went to war in defense of real American ideals and values, must decide what the US Constitution means to us, and just how far we are willing to go to protect it, and what we can legally do to take our country back, and to restore its previous security, credibility and esteem. Are we a people who believe in and support torture? Do we believe in guilty until proven innocent, secret evidence, and government control of ideas, expression, speech and thought? Are we a people who believe that only certain people have rights, and that we have classes of citizenry? Do we believe in Eugenicis and Social Darwinism, killing off the elderly, the poor, the disabled, the unborn and other so-called "undesireables"? Do we believe in one law for rich elites and another for the rest of us? Do we believe in Jewish supremacy, or any type of racial supremacism? Do we believe that the US should be at war with people because of their race, or religion, or for oil? These are all Zionist beliefs, and explain to some extent who pushed our nation into Iraq under false pretense, and why.

The United States of America was once a proud nation, held in high esteem, and guided to greatness by our US Constitution, and representative government administrations. God willing, it will be again.

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The writer is the Founder and President of the National Association of Muslim American Women. The author is also head of the International Assoc. for Muslim Women and Children, an accredited NGO with the UN Division on the Rights of the Palestinians. She is a regular contributor to Media Monitors Network (MMN).

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