The Main Contenders for the 2016 Presidential Election Are All Globalists
The 2016 Presidential election has been on the news constantly for about a year. Almost everyone has a favorite Republican or Democrat candidate who they root for as if it is their favorite sports team. But it is very possible that none of the candidates will protect your liberty and help to restore the Republic. The leading candidates and their globalist connections, views and quotes on both the Republican and Democratic sides lead some to believe there is no good choice for president.
Ted Cruz: Cruz is hoping for the liberty vote. He poses as more of a Rand Paul-type libertarian, and says some good things when it comes to auditing the Federal Reserve and protecting civil liberties… But there are many reasons for not trusting Cruz to protect your liberty.
Despite his vocal support for Audit the Fed, he didn’t show up for the vote on the bill in the Senate.
As for protecting your fourth amendment right to privacy, he has turned his back on privacy rights under the guise of protecting you from terrorism. His current stance on famous NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden, who revealed the government was lying and can spy on everything we do online, is that Snowden is a traitor. “It is now clear that Snowden is a traitor, and he should be tried for treason… Today, we know that Snowden violated federal law, that his actions materially aided terrorists and enemies of the United States, and that he subsequently fled to China and Russia,” he said. “Under the Constitution, giving aid to our enemies is treason.” (Source). Not only does he attack the whistleblower Snowden, he supports the USA FREEDOM Act, which, according to Congressman Justin Amash, “would authorize bulk collection of Americans’ records for the first time”. His support for the FREEDOM Act proves he is fake on the fourth amendment.
There is also a strong connection to Goldman Sachs for Cruz. In his Senate race, he failed to report a $1 million low-interest loan from the bank, where his wife is managing director. His wife Heidi not only works there, but was an investment banker with Merrill Lynch, served in the Bush White House under Dr. Condoleezza Rice, was the Director of the Latin America Office at the U.S. Treasury Department, was Special Assistant to Ambassador Robert B. Zoellick (who would become President of the World Bank and attend multiple Bilderberg meetings), and was an investment banker with J.P. Morgan in New York City. She is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations and has called for a North American Union in a CFR Task Force report. His campaign chairman, Chad Sweet, profited from TSA nude-body scanners, worked as Vice President at Goldman Sachs, worked at Morgan Stanley, the CIA, and the DHS.
There are even many questions over Ted Cruz’s eligibility to be President, because he is not a natural born citizen. Florida Democratic congressman Alan Grayson said he will file a lawsuit over Ted Cruz’s citizenship if the Texas senator is elected president.
Cruz’s stance on the Trans-Pacific Partnership is also pro-globalist. He argues that Trade Promotion Authority (TPA) “is not giving the president more authority” and he even argues that the TPP does not give away U.S. sovereignty to international bodies:
“I have spent 20 years fighting to defend United States sovereignty. There is no one in the Senate who has been a stronger opponent of international bodies taking away our authority… And it is simply false that the TPP trade agreement gives up our sovereignty. There is nothing in TPA or TPP that can give a foreign body the ability to make binding law in the United States of America under our Constitution.” (Source) Read about the TPP and how it leads to world government here.
Donald Trump: Trump has ties to globalists and has a few anti-liberty views himself. He also hardly ever mentions the Constitution, something a true liberty candidate would do during every speech.
Trump is proud to be friends with Trilateral Commission and former CFR member Jeffrey Epstein: “I’ve known Jeff for fifteen years. Terrific guy… He’s a lot of fun to be with. It is even said that he likes beautiful women as much as I do, and many of them are on the younger side. No doubt about it — Jeffrey enjoys his social life.” (Source)… Epstein plead guilty to soliciting an under-age girl for prostitution and is believed to be involved in a high-profile sex ring involving Prince Andrew. We shouldn’t overlook the fact that Trump praised him.
Fear of Islamic terrorism is something Trump loves to utilize. He has called for watching and studying mosques, has attacked Snowden as a traitor, and even implied executing him: “I think Snowden is a terrible threat, I think he’s a terrible traitor, and you know what we used to do in the good old days when we were a strong country — you know what we used to do to traitors, right? This guy is really doing damage to this country, and he’s also making us look like dopes. We can’t allow this guy to go out there and give out all our secrets and also embarrass us at every level. We should get him back and get him back now.” He has even outrageously called for closing up the internet in order to keep us safe: “We have to go see Bill Gates and a lot of different people that really understand what’s happening. We have to talk to them about, maybe in certain areas, closing that Internet up in some way. Somebody will say, ‘Oh freedom of speech, freedom of speech.’ These are foolish people. We have a lot of foolish people.” (Source). On the topic of torture, he is all for it: “I would bring back waterboarding and I’d bring back a hell of a lot worse than waterboarding.”
Trump is open continuing many unconstitutional federal endevors. He does not just want to repeal Obamacare, but replace it with a different form of universal healthcare: “Everybody’s got to be covered. This is an un-Republican thing for me to say…” (Source). He is also okay with continuing to fund Planned Parenthood, leading to him being called Planned Parenthood’s favorite Republican. In 2000, he supported unconstitutional assault weapons ban, and even his immigration plan is unconstitutional. He may have gotten some of these unconstitutional ideas from his briefing with head of the globalist Council on Foreign Relations, Richard Haass.
Marco Rubio: Rubio is the definition of a neo-conservative.
Rubio is all for the Patriot Act, saying it “allowed us to thwart terrorist plots” and saying it is a lie that the U.S. Government spied on its citizens, calling that “lie” “misinformation and fear mongering”. He believes the federal government needs the ability to gather records without warrants in order to protect the public from the “dangers of a radically changed and more dangerous world” (Source)… Rubio called for “extending section 215 of the Patriot Act” and “finalizing the Trans-Pacific Partnership and the Trans-Atlantic Trade and Investment Partnership” in a speech at the Council on Foreign Relations. There are many reasons why the Trans-Pacific Partnership should be opposed, as previously reported on here, and Rubio wanted a vote on it before it could even be read. And according to Senator Rand Paul, Rubio wants illegal, unending war: “When I forced the Foreign Relations Committee to debate an authorization of military force against ISIS, Senator Rubio and McCain insisted that the new authorization be unlimited temporally or geographically. Basically, they want a war without end against an undefined enemy in an unspecified region of the world. And the legal authorization of war? That never came. So we fight on and on without any Constitutional authority. No one seems to care or dare to insist that Congress declare war as our founders intended.” (Source).
Jeb Bush: Jeb is now out of the race so this will be brief.
Globalist Henry Kissinger is a supporter of a Bush preisdency. Bush, like the others is all for NSA spying in order to keep Americans “safe”, saying the government again should have broad surveillance powers of Americans and that private technology firms should cooperate better with intelligence agencies to help combat “evildoers.”
On climate change, something likely caused by geoengineering from jet contrails, he has said “The climate is changing; I don’t think anybody can argue it’s not. Human activity has contributed to it.” His opinion aligns with that of the Pope, who wants global government.
There is no point in continuing about Jeb, because he has dropped out of the race.
Hillary Clinton: Clinton has many, many ties to the inside and what she supports is almost always a strengthening of federal government power. She supports mandatory gun buy backs which is akin to gun confiscation. When she was Secretary of State, she approved weapons deals to countries that donated to the Clinton foundation, regardless of their human rights record. Saudi Arabia was one of those countries, who got “$29 billion worth of advanced fighter jets” and who also “contributed at least $10 million to the Clinton Foundation”. She is supported by big banks including Citigroup, Goldman Sachs, JP Morgan Chase and others. She received massive speaking fees from Goldman Sachs for short speeches. CNN is biased towards Hillary because of Time Warner’s (CNN’s parent company) donations to her. The Rothschild elite banking family supports Clinton, and have pledged to “give more” to the Clinton Foundation… She is a friend of the globalist Henry Kissinger who has called for a New World Order numerous times. She denies she even knows that the Bilderberg Meetings exist, even though they have an official website.
Rather than listing all the reasons she is a proven globalist, is there any reason at all she could possibly be pro-liberty? Not that I’ve seen.
Bernie Sanders: Bernie Sanders poses as anti-establishment. However, nothing he proposes is constitutional or supports more liberty for the individual.
His biggest issuse is climate change. He says on his website “climate change is the single greatest threat facing our planet.” His solution is to “cut U.S. carbon pollution by 40 percent by 2030 and by over 80 percent by 2050 by putting a tax on carbon pollution”, calling a carbon tax “one of the most straightforward and cost-effective strategies for quickly fighting climate change”. Most alarmingly, he attacks free speech viciously by wanting to “bring climate deniers to justice so we can aggressively tackle climate change.” So if you question the science behind climate change, something that is based on shaky science at best and could be a massive scandal based on lies, you may end up paying a fine or in prison under a President Sanders, simply for disagreeing with him.
Banning things seems to be Sanders’ go-to solution. He wants to “ban fracking,” “ban Arctic oil drilling,” “ban offshore drilling,” and “recently co-sponsored the Keep It in the Ground Act to ban future fossil fuel leases on our public lands”. Banning cars is not out of the realm of possiblity with Sanders, saying he would “make our cities more walkable and take more cars off the road”. He agrees with the Pope that “climate change is the greatest global challenge, and must be met with global solutions”. Global solutions would strengthen a global governing body and reduce the sovereignty of individual nations.
Many think that he would be tough on the big banks, however he helped to destroy Ron Paul’s Audit the Fed bill (Source).
On the Second Amendment, he has said “obviously, we need strong sensible gun control, and I will support it” and he voted to end the “gun-show loophole” and in favor of the 2013 universal background check bill and assault-weapons ban (Source). The Second Amendment would be under severe threat during a Bernie Sanders presidency.
The purpose of this article is not to depress you, but to make people realize that the presidential race is a win for the globalists regardless of who you vote for, and it is a distraction. The focus should be more on the House of Representatives and the state and local elections for more impact on liberty and restoring the republic.