This is Our Country

This is our country.

The Founding Fathers belong to us.

This country does not belong to England or the royal family.

We are not British.

Nor does it belong to Great Britain’s ally, mole and chief sycophant in the United States, Harvard University.

This country does not belong to Harvard.

Nor does it belong to the elites.

Nor the Ivy League.

Nor the cowards who flocked to Harvard so that they could sit with the cool kids in the school cafeteria.

Nor the social climbers who sold their souls to grovel at the feet of King Harvard.

“Oh, honey, we’re going to meet the king. We’re the elites, babe. Ooooh, I’m getting an erection.”

Fuck them.

We are the people who built this country.

The Founding Fathers refer to us when they write, We the People.

The history that is written of the United States is false.

It is false because it is written in terms of the false leaders who claim to have inherited the mantel of the Founding Fathers.

But they have not.

Franklin Roosevelt is false.

Theodore Roosevelt is false.

These men, these elites, these Harvard graduates, these American Quislings, betrayed the Founding Fathers.

They abandoned America the Republic in favor of America the Empire.

They betrayed the goodwill and Christian foundation of the Founding Fathers.

They are the architects of the American empire which has done great harm to the peoples of the world even as it has raped Americans here at home.

These men did not do unto others as we would have others do unto us.

They were racists and builders of empire.

Theodore Roosevelt prosecuted his racist messianic vision upon the peoples of Hawaii and the Philippines.

Cousin Franklin prosecuted his racist messianic vision upon all the peoples of the world. His contempt of humanity was not confined to Jews and Asians; he had contempt for regular folk as well as he assiduously transformed a small more responsive government into a large racket which his wealthy friends could readily plunder.

The media, which their Harvard bedfellows control, lies about their record. Theodore Roosevelt was no trustbuster, and Franklin Roosevelt did not save capitalism. Neither was a traitor to his class.

The real break up of Standard Oil was accomplished by a regular person, Ida Tarbell, whose father had been broken by the humanity thief, John D Rockefeller.

Franklin D Roosevelt was forced into accepting the Glass-Steagall act. There would be no FDIC if Franklin Roosevelt had had his way.

I’ll bet you didn’t know that.

Neither man was opposed to large corporations. They thought large corporations were an essential necessity in our lives. What they thought was that corporations should be regulated.

What they failed to consider, or didn’t want to consider, was that large corporations would come to fund think tanks which would fill Presidential cabinet spots with men who would do the bidding of large corporations.

In this way America was stolen from the people, no thanks to TR and FDR.

Strike these men from the history books.

The historians steal our heritage.

History is about us.

We are the people who built this country.

Our Founding Fathers did not believe in movers and shakers.

They believed that the man who ran the corner shop must by necessity be more important than the President of the United States.

These ideals are imbued in the Bill of Rights which are the crown jewels of the United States of America.

Without those individual rights we have no republic worth preserving.

The Founding Fathers wrote those rights so that we would retain our supremacy.

Not surprisingly the skunk, Alexander Hamilton, the only Founding Father the Wall Street detritus seem to admire, opposed those rights – not because they were superfluous but because he knew the tremendous obstacle they would present to the elitist oligarchy he so admired.

We are the straw that stirs the drink of the republic.

The Founding Fathers belong to us, and we belong to them.

We are the event.

This country was built for us.

This is our country.

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