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The Orchestrated Division of America

The powers that be …

In idiomatic English, “the powers that be” is a phrase used to refer to those individuals or groups who collectively hold authority over a particular domain. The word “be” is the archaic alternative form of “are”; the singular equivalent, “the power that is,” is less commonly used.

When a society becomes acquiescent, it becomes subject to the control of the “powers that be”. A society which doesn’t ask questions of the governing body and blindly acquiesces to whatever they are commanded to do by said governing body, no matter how absurd they believe it to be; is fated to become slaves of that governing body.

America is meant to be a government of ‘we the people”. In the context of American constitutional law, the definition of republic refers specifically to a form of government in which elected individuals represent the citizen body and exercise power according to the rule of law under a constitution.

The Constitution of America has been corrupted over many years. America is no longer a government of ‘we the people”. While we’ve been playing our games, texting our friends, having our parties, and generally living life la vida loca, our power has been taken from us and we have become an acquiescent society. In all fairness I should add that we have also been struggling to earn a paycheck while our now more powerful government continues to take more and more of it through ridiculously high taxes.

As our government grows larger day by day, we remain quiet and submissive. We think because we vote we have a voice. Which of course is as it should be, but alas, that is not the reality. It’s meant to be the reality, but it isn’t. That too has been corrupted. “Corrupted how?” you ask. Through the nefarious deeds of corrupted politicians who lied to us while we were distracted living our lives. Politicians who have been bought by, “the powers that be”. Politicians who abused the power we entrusted to them. They no longer hear us. They no longer work for us. They work for the ‘powers that be’.

Who or what is the “powers that be”? Follow the money and you will find the “powers that be”. I’m talking about big money. Money that can buy anything and does. It won’t be obvious, which is why few people are aware of it. It happens in the background, very subtly. You won’t find their names, because they hide behind so called companies and corporations, making ‘donations’.   

For instance, George Soros never owned a single media outlet. In a tangled web of lofty-sounding foundations he created to “give to causes he wanted to influence,” Big Media in all its evil glory was born.

The Hungarian-born billionaire “has managed to insinuate himself and his money into the media culture, making connections with the nation’s top publishing organizations. He has direct ties to more than 30 mainstream news outlets — including The New York Times, Washington Post, the Associated Press, CNN and ABC. Each one of those operations has employees, often high-level ones, on the boards of Soros-funded media operations.

Soros’ “gift” of $1.8 million to National Public Radio became part of the firestorm of controversy that jeopardized NPR’s federal funding. But that gift only hints at the widespread influence the controversial billionaire has on the mainstream media.

The investigative reporting start-up ProPublica is a prime example of Soros’ targeted media campaigns. ProPublica, winner of two Pulitzer Prizes, initially was given millions of dollars from the Sandler Foundation to “strengthen the progressive infrastructure” — “progressive” the code for very liberal. In 2010, it also received a two-year contribution of $125,000 each year from the Open Society Foundations. In case you wonder where that money comes from; the OSF. It is a network of more than 30 international foundations, mostly funded by Soros, that have contributed more than $8 billion to those efforts.

Gone are the days when reporters began their investigations with questions, not statements. When they set out to find the answers, not prove some assumed, deliberately trumped-up conclusion.

Since 2004 the controversial financier has used his influence and billions to push a laundry list of left-wing causes. Pick an issue and (Soros’) Open Society Foundations (OSF) likely fund the liberal position — pro-abortion, pro-illegal immigration, pro-national health care, pro-drug legalization, pro-Big Government, anti-Israel and, ultimately, anti-America. This is only one example of a billionaire using his wealth to control our media and other levels of our lives. Once you have more money than you know what to do with, the only thing left to want is power.

These people want to ‘divide and conquer’. That is one of their most consistent tactics. They use the bought media to stir up discontent between races, countries and religions. They pay domestic terrorists to infiltrate peaceful protests and cause chaos and destruction. They promote false calamities and turn brother against brother, friend against friend. They turn citizens against their protectors to promote anarchy. All the while they are working behind the scenes while their money pulls the strings of their puppets.

When it stops being about money; it starts being about power.

The only way to combat such people is in vast numbers of citizens working in unison to protect their freedoms. Before we can do that, we must awaken to the facts of what is happing around us. Do the research, be aware, recognize falsehoods, use discernment. Don’t believe everything bought, unscrupulous media and politicians tell you. In my opinion, it is time for the silent majority to come out of acquiescence and take action.

Overcome the division!

We need to look back and follow the example of our patriots and do whatever it takes to restore our country to the free nation of ‘WE THE PEOPLE’.  In the end, it may be our only hope.

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