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COULD THE 2008 ELECTION BRING THE END OF AMERICA AS WE KNOW IT?
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By Jon Christian Ryter

February 3, 2008

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Only time will tell whether Hillary or Obama is the designated winner although the Rockefeller-controlled banks: Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley, Citigroup and JPMorgan Chase began funding Obama as well as Hillary and McCain just before the New Hampshire vote. On top of that, several of Hillary's most important fundraisers jumped ship and joined Obama—including two of them close enough to the Clintons to have slept in the Lincoln Bedroom) When you want to know what a candidate will do if he or she wins the White House, don't listen to their rhetoric since it is merely political hype. Look at their contributors. Since each of those donors expect to gain far more than they gave, you can see the agenda that will come from that White House when you look at the financial focus of those contributors.

Thus far, (to the best of my knowledge) Obama has not tapped DLA Piper—Hillary Clinton's top money source. Nor has he tapped a couple of very important financial resources Hillary shares with McCain. DLA Piper is a high technology company with offices located throughout the Asia, Europe, the United States—and, most important, in the Middle East. Blank Rome LLP and Greenberg Traurig LLP. bankrolled both McCain and Clinton. Blank Rome, specializes in IRS regulations. They are McCain's primary money source. Greenberg Traurig specializes in international law. If Obama continues his South Carolina trend on Super Tuesday, DLA Piper, Blank Rome and Greenberg-Traurig will be writing checks with his name on them.

McCain is the designated loser. And, yes, all three understand their role in the Election of 2008. But only McCain is resigned to his fate.I guess he's just happy to play. A viewer of Fox News' The Big Story emailed host John Gibson on Wednesday, Jan. 30. The emailer commented that McCain's win in Florida on Tuesday, Jan. 29 was evidence that the Republicans were going to lose in November. Big Story co-host Heather Nauert, Gibson's blonde bimbo sidekick (who apparently is not on the show for her political prowness), poophahed the comments of the emailer by saying McCain would likely pull votes from the moderates and independents on election day, suggesting that added together, the conservative, moderate and independent vote would put McCain over the top. Sadly, with McCain heading the GOP ticket, the conservative voter will very likely sit out the election since a vote for McCain is a vote for liberal government. And, of course, they won't vote for either Clinton or Obama. The only votes McCain will get are those from anti-black, anti-feminist Democrats, and from centrist Republicans—providing they are pro-abortion businessmen who want an influx of illegal aliens in America and, of course, who also want their taxes increased.

Which ever of the designated winner and losers ends up with the prize, America loses. The 44th President of the United States has already been charged with—and has agreed to—the task of abrogating the economic sovereignty of the United States. Hemispheric government—with the merging of Canada, Mexico with the United States, followed by the inclusion of Central and then South America into what will be called the American Union with the absolute loss of national sovereignty—is just around the corner.

Using A Constitutional Convention
To Kill The Bill of Rights And
Create the North American Union

To combat this, citizen groups will push for for a Constitutional Convention during the 111th Congress. Two-thirds, or 34, States must agree. The argument that will be advanced to sell the American people on the need for a Constitutional Convention is that it is the only way to thwart the Council on Foreign Relation's plan to formalize the North American Union. And, with globalist McCain, Clinton or Obama in the White House, the argument will appear to contain enough truth that it will draw supporters like metal shaving to a magnet.

In addition, proponents of the Convention will argue that only a constitutional amendment will force the federal government to deport all illegal aliens. Again, it will sound logical. And, if enough Americans are conned into supporting the notion—just as thousands of Americans did in 1995 when the Rockefeller Foundation funded the Council of State Governments (which was created in 1933) advocated that the only way to reverse federalism and restore States rights was through a Constitutional Convention. To make it appear that the Council of State Governments was a conservative, patriotic group, its leadership ranks contained the names of prominent Republicans including then Utah Gov. Michael Leavitt (who is now George W. Bush's Secretary of Heath and Human Services).

What happened in 1786 will happen again in 2009. When they called for a Convention of the States in Annapolis, Maryland in September, 1786, the fledgling central government in United States had no authority over the States. When the federal government had to pay its bills, it had to ask for the money to meet its demands. The States assessed their citizens the tax dollars the federal government required. The central government lacked the authority to levy taxes—much the same way the United Nations lacked the ability to levy taxes when it was formally launched as the replacement of the failed League of Nations in 1945. Nor did the federal government have the power to regulate trade between the States. The delegates at the Convention agreed that the powers of the federal government needed to be enlarged sufficiently to allow it to function with at least a semblance of autonomy as their agent before the nations of the world—without the embarrassment of not being able to act without first saying, "Mother, may I?"

A report on the Annapolis Convention was submitted to Congress on Sept. 14, 1786, with a request for another convention that commenced on May 25, 1787 in Philadelphia. (The Convention was to start on May 14, but a quorum of delegates did not arrive until the 25th.) The Constitution of the United States—that was supposed to be nothing more than an instrument to correct the shortfalls in the Articles of Confederation—was hammered out between May 25 and Sept. 17, 1787. Signing that document radically-altered the nature of the government of the United States. It curbed the power of the States by sharing power coequally with the federal government and the people. Since the ratification of the 17th Amendment which completely eliminated the States from the equation of power, there has been a fear that another Constitutional Convention will be used to abolish the Bill of Rights, replacing it with a new Constitution that clones the European Union's Convention on Human Rights. And US citizens, without the protection of the 2nd Amendment, will be obligated—under force of arms and threats of imprisonment—to surrender their weapons to the even more powerful central government.

Once the Bill of Rights—particularly the 2nd Amendment—is erased and "legal firearms" are surrendered, surrendering national sovereignty to the globalists will be easy because an unarmed people cannot resist tyranny for very long. One need only look at the history of Nazi Germany, fascist Italy and the Soviet Union to see the proof of that statement.

Free speech, an inherent right under the 1st Amendment: "Congress shall make no law...abridgng the freedom of speech, or of the press, or the rights of the people peaceably to assemble..." will be replaced with speech that is not quite as free—and more like the retractable rights found in Article 10 of the Convention on Human Rights: "Everyone has the right ...to receive and impart information and ideas without interference by public authority and regardless of frontiers...The exercise of these freedoms...since it carries with it duties and responsibilities, may be subject to such formalities, conditions, restrictions or penalties as are prescribed by law and are necessary in any democratic society in he interests of national security..."

Hopefully, the American people are smart enough to understand what is at stake in the Election of 2008. What is at stake is the United States of America as we know it. If we elect any of the "designated" players, before that designated winner leaves office on January 20, 2013, what was the United States of America will very likely be converted into the North American Union or simply the American Union— an American version of the European Union where all peoples in the western hemisphere may go where they want, settle where they want, and be accorded all of the rights and privileges of an American citizen. Except, of course, the right to own a gun or advocate for a constitutional convention to restore our former Republic.

The overlords of business and industry are convinced they have finally won. When it became obvious that, with 6 to 8 candidates in each political camp, no one would get enough delegates to walk into their respective national conventions with the nomination in their pocket, the money barons suggested to the second and third tier candidates that it was time to get out of the race. On the Democratic side, all of them did, leaving only the designated players: Obama and Clinton. On the GOP side, Rudy Giuliani obediently bowed out, surrendering his delegates to designated loser, McCain. The race was now shaping up pretty much the way the Money Mafia planned it. Second tier candidates Mike Huckabee and Ron Paul would continue to drain votes from the only serious challenger McCain has—Mitt Romney, guaranteeing that, at least on the Republican side of the equation, McCain will go to Minneapolis on September 1 with the nomination in his pocket.

Just before Super Tuesday, McCain had 95 delegates. Romney had 67, Huckabee had 26 and Dr. Paul had 6. Giuliani—whom the media labeled the frontrunner for over a year—had 1 delegate, which he surrendered to McCain. The magic number is 1,191 delegates out of a possible 2,360. Based on polls in 5 of the 22 States that will vote on Super Tuesday—and where the races are easy to guess, McCain is expected to win 156 delegates, giving him about 25% of what he needs to be declared the GOP nominee. Romney will pocket 89 delegates in those 5 states, giving him 148. Huckabee will add 85 delegates if he succeeds in taking Georgia, where he is currently leading in the polls. Dr. Paul will add 18 delegates in those 5 States, giving him 22. Every national poll predicts that designated loser McCain to win every major delegate prize.

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It's clear that Huckabee and Paul were not encouraged by the Money Mafia to drop out of the race, because if they did, and the GOP race suddenly became a two man race—and they split what was left, neither McCain nor Romney would have enough delegates to win a first ballot nomination. What that means is that we would have a brokered convention that would put all of the original GOP candidates in play, giving the delegates a chance to nominate a genuine conservative as the GOP standard bearer. If they worked the floor, Huckabee and Paul—as well as Fred Dalton Thompson, Duncan Hunter and Tom Tancredo would have a shot at the nomination. The one man we can be sure would not get it would be the designated loser, John McCain. Then, finally, McCain—who is every bit as liberal as Hillary Clinton and his buddy Ted Kennedy—might be honest with the voters in Arizona and join the Democratic Party where he belongs. For part one click below.

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Jon Christian Ryter is the pseudonym of a former newspaper reporter with the Parkersburg, WV Sentinel. He authored a syndicated newspaper column, Answers From The Bible, from the mid-1970s until 1985. Answers From The Bible was read weekly in many suburban markets in the United States.

Today, Jon is an advertising executive with the Washington Times. His website, www.jonchristianryter.com has helped him establish a network of mid-to senior-level Washington insiders who now provide him with a steady stream of material for use both in his books and in the investigative reports that are found on his website.

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Hopefully, the American people are smart enough to understand what is at stake in the Election of 2008. What is at stake is the United States of America as we know it.