The 2016 Presidential Election is Between Working Americans and the Political and Corporate Establishment Elites Who Want Your Last Dollar

ELDER PATRIOT – There is no issue of singular importance that rivals the globalist threat to America’s working class.  Global warming, women’s rights, abortion, universal healthcare, the pro-life movement, race, gun control, war, peace, no matter the issue our elected establishment politicians and their corporate cronies could care less about it.  These are nothing more than distractions intended to divide the electorate while the Elites surreptitiously finalize the financial rape of the working class by removing it from the control of the people.

This became crystal clear yesterday when George Will bolted the Republican Party by boldly announcing, “this is not my party.”  He then commanded the audience to, “Make sure he (Donald Trump) loses. Grit their teeth for four years and win the White House” in 2020.  Will verbalized the feelings of the #NeverTrump and renegade Republican crowd.

This raises the question how any conservative leader can side with Hillary Clinton’s stated intentions of continuing to grow the welfare state, her strident opposition to even the slightest tweaking of abortion law, and her horrendous treatment and disastrous use of our military?

Do not these three issues – smaller and less intrusive government, pro-life, and a strong and prudent national defense – comprise the “three legs” of the conservative stool?  Has not Donald Trump spoken in strong defense of all three?

What about other issues of importance to conservatives?  Has not Trump proposed the most aggressive across-the-board tax cuts of any candidate and called for rebuilding our military and then using it more judiciously?  Surely, George Will, or any other conservative cannot find Clinton preferable to Trump on any of these issues.

Even on the wedge issue of immigration Trump has it right.  A nation can and must define and protect its borders.  If it doesn’t, whatever its national character will not be for long and the right of self-determination will be lost to history.

There can only be one issue that these renegade Republicans support in the unspoken but clearly obvious Clinton platform, her desire to move the U.S. further towards a singular governing coalition comprised of major banking institutions, international mega-corporations, and an appointed bureaucratic elite that is not accountable to the people of the world in any way.

This is what Thursday’s Brexit revolt was all about.  What started out as a free trade agreement in 1993 wound up with unelected bureaucrats from other countries dictating everything from taxes to immigration quotas to the flush of their toilets, to the citizens of Britain.  It is hard to envision how eighty thousand pages of limitations can be anyone’s idea of a “free” trade agreement.

The Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP) that Hillary Clinton helped craft and that she called the “Gold Standard” of trade agreements has begun life as a 5.544 page list of limitations on United States based businesses and is sure to grow exponentially because it also has a provision, similar to the EU agreement, for a super-national governing tribunal.  Trump has made his opposition of this agreement the cornerstone on his campaign.

So what is George Will’s problem with Donald Trump?  It has to be the same problem that Paul Ryan and others who oppose Trump from the entrenched Republican establishment have, Trump has been strident in his desire to put “American First.”  This threatens the gravy train that these phony conservatives have fashioned for themselves when they followed the lead of the Clintons and entered into agreements to sell off America’s assets for their personal financial benefit.

Speaking at the June, 1991 Bilderberger meeting in Baden, Germany, only two years prior to the launch of the European Union, David Rockefeller made it very clear:

“We are grateful to the Washington Post, the New York Times, Time Magazine and other great publications whose directors have attended our meetings and respected their promises of discretion for almost forty years.


“It would have been impossible for us to develop our plan for the world if we had been subjected to the lights of publicity during those years. But, the world is more sophisticated and prepared to march towards a world government. The supranational sovereignty of an intellectual elite and world bankers is surely preferable to the national auto determination practiced in past centuries.”


As we move towards negative interest rates banks couldn’t be happier.  You’ll soon be forced to pay them for the “privilege” of housing your money.  And, as the global financial network becomes increasingly more digital those same banking institutions will be there to take a percentage of every financial transaction that occurs.  That is why some of the world’s “leading” bankers have already called for an end to cash.

Just as there was only one issue on the ballot this past Thursday in Britain, there will by only one issue of importance on our ballot in November, Globalism.  Vote as though your future depends on it because it does.