Maxine’s Plan to Take Trump Out

December 10, 2017

In his review of Maxine Waters’ threat of assassination of Donald Trump, Kyle Olsen described how Waters boasted about her threat on Twitter.

Olsen noted that when Waters promised a non-profit group that she will “take out” Trump, the audience applauded enthusiastically.

Subsequent to her tweet, a second left-wing socialist extended and amplified Waters’ original tweet.

According to Paul Watson, of InfoWars, the second tweet calling for the assassination of Trump got 170,000 likes on Twitter.

The intent of the Democrat Party rhetoric of violence is to condition their followers that violence and assassination are an acceptable form of political behavior, when the end goal is the achievement of global socialism.

The Democrats can not get to their socialist utopia by the peaceful constitutional rule of law, but the goal of a socialist tyranny is so important to them that all violence is acceptable.

Waters’ call for violence is having success in creating a culture of hatred and violence in America.

One of their adherents attempted to assassinate Representative Steve Scalise.

Another part of their socialist coalition, Black Lives Matter, has been engaged in a well-financed, and well-orchestrated effort to kill law enforcement officers.

The news blackout on the mass killer in Las Vegas indicates that the media may be sitting on the identity of a left-wing adherent.

If the identity of the killer turns out to be a left-winger, that news would not fit the propaganda narrative to advance the global socialist agenda.

At the same time that Waters was delivering her threat, George Bush appeared in public to denounce Trump as a nativist and populist.

In her article, “13 Clueless Lowlights from George W. Bush,” Rebecca Mansour noted that Bush stated that “Freedom in other countries is not merely a political menu option, or a foreign policy fad; it should be the defining commitment of our country to the world.”

Bush is a Vichy Republican collaborator with the Democrats to implement a one-world global government. He is a corporate globalist.

 

Corporate globalism is entirely consistent and compatible with the Democrat’s call for violence to obtain global socialism.

In his attempt to excuse the comments of Bush, Rush Limbaugh got the institutional mission of the Republican Party wrong

When Obama was first elected, Limbaugh first described the Vichy Republicans as being scared of being called racists if they opposed Obama.

According to Limbaugh’s analysis, Republicans crave acceptance in the swamp by the other petty tyrants who live there.

He was wrong in his analysis.

Republicans are not afraid to be called racist. The Democrats call them racist every day.

The Republicans never opposed Obama because they are collaborators and partners with the socialists.

Beginning around 2010, when Obama jettisoned the white-working class as a Democrat special interest group, Limbaugh changed from his excuse that Republicans were scared of being called racist to his current explanation.

His current explanation for the Republicans is that they are part of the elites who live in the swamp. This explanation fits well with the historical analysis of American politics by C. Wright Mills, in his 1956 book, The Power Elite.

While the times and political context have changed since 1956, the analysis by Mills continues to ring true.

He concluded that ordinary citizens are powerless and subject to financial and economic manipulation by the elites, who live in the Swamp.

Mills did not extend his analysis to the root causes of why common citizens in America are powerless.

Citizens are powerless because Madison’s constitution left them powerless in the two-class competition with the American natural aristocracy.

Limbaugh does not like the term “populist,” and has failed to recognize that more citizen democracy, not less, is one solution to the centralized elite tyranny.

Another term for populism is citizen democracy, yet Limbaugh can not bring himself to embrace the notion of more democracy because he has the term embedded in his mind with image of George Wallace, as a populist.

In the same way that the historians mis-identified the anti-federalists of 1787, historians and media spinners today incorrectly label Wallace as a “populist.”

In the language of the left, populism means the same thing as “racist.” Limbaugh has accepted the left’s definition of populism.

Wallace was a Democrat Party racist. He was not a populist.

Jefferson was a populist, George Mason was a populist, Leonadis LaFayette Polk was a populist.  Thomas Burke, the author of the nation’s first constitution, was a populist.

Limbaugh excused the Bush attack on Trump by stating that, the Republicans are supposed to be satisfied with their second class status to the Democrats.

Limbaugh stated that, “The Republicans are never going to be persuaded to support conservatives.”

Limbaugh’s weak response on the Bush attack on Trump hides the fact that Republicans are collaborators with the Democrats, and both are enemies of a sovereign nation.

In the swamp, Republicans and Democrats collaborate to reduce America to an also-ran state, in order to implement their idea of a one world government.

In order to make progress on their one-world goal, the elites must get rid of Trump, through a coup d’etat. Bush’s attack on Trump is a part of the media propaganda to prepare the nation for the coup.

The weakness in Limbaugh’s analysis of the Republicans is that while he wrings his hands, and laments the status quo, but he never offers his listeners an alternative to voting for the Vichy Republican collaborators.

Limbaugh should change his analysis to the fact that Republicans colluded with Hillary to fund the fake Trump dossier in order to overthrow a constitutionally-elected government.

The initial funding for the fake dossier was from an establishment Republican.

Hillary assumed financial responsibility for the completed dossier, and placed the document into the secret police apparatus so that it could be used by Obama to seek FISA warrants on Trump’s transition team.

The explanation for the FISA warrants is that Obama was seeking to stop Trump from being inaugurated.

Obama did not have enough time to derail the transition of power. When that goal was not met, Obama and Hillary turned to Mueller to precipitate a coup to subvert Trump.

While Limbaugh can make the connection that Bush and the Republicans will never change, he can not bring himself to admit that natural rights conservatives are in an ideological war with Democrat Party socialists.

Socialists, like Waters, are prepared to kill their enemies and assassinate President Trump. When she states that she is going to “take Trump out,” this is ghetto slang for killing Trump.

The threat of Democrat Party socialism is that the violence of the left to impose a global one-world state is financed by global corporate Republicans.

There is no public relations push-back by the Republicans of Waters call for “Taking Trump Out,” because the Republicans would not object to that outcome.

When the Democrats converted from the party that represented working class citizens to a global socialist party, middle class citizens were left with no political party to represent their class interests, as intended by Madison’s two party system.

When the Republicans converted from the party of the natural aristocracy to a global corporatist party, no one was left, in Madison’s two-party arrangement, to defend the nation’s sovereign interest of protecting citizen liberty from tyranny.

Neither the Democrats nor the Republicans serve the historic mission of protecting the natural rights of American citizens from elite central tyranny.

Both political parties are collaborating with Mueller to overthrow the Trump government, and no opposition party is stopping them.

The differences between natural rights conservatives and left-wing socialists are intractable and unresolvable.

A nation divided against itself can not endure.

The solution that Limbaugh should offer to the 63 million voters who voted for Trump, is a peaceful, non-violent civil dissolution of the Nation, where the socialists form their own state in California.

The political vehicle that implements this solution is a new political party that promotes the ideology that the objective of government is to protect the natural rights of citizens and defend the nation’s sovereignty.

The defense of liberty, in other words, means that Limbaugh should prepare his listeners to defend their own freedoms from both the violent Democrats and their Vichy Republican collaborators, when Mueller launches his coup.

Laurie Thomas Vass is the CEO of The Citizens Liberty Party. Her daily video  commentary is available at the website. Membership in the new party is also available on the website for an annual fee of $25.

Segment 2. Taking Trump Out

Thank you for joining us for the second segment of our program today.

Our second segment is designed to connect our analysis of what is wrong with the American government to solutions that citizens can implement to restore the rule of law and reclaim the spirit of individual liberty that motivated the signers of the American Declaration of Independence.

In my column today, I explained that the dysfunction in government is caused by a centralized tyranny of globalist elites, who believe that a one-world government would be better than the continued existence of America, as a sovereign nation state.

Those elites are called, collectively, the swamp.

They are engaged in a deep state effort to overthrow the Trump government.

In my analysis of the problem in the national government , I explained that citizens are in the very early stages of this planned coup to overthrow the Trump government.

I explained that Mueller is leading the effort to precipitate a coup, using evidence he illegally obtained through the secret police.

Citizens can clearly see that Mueller is laying the foundation of starting this coup.

The issue that I raised in my column for the 63 million voters who voted for Trump is how they should respond to the new political reality of Mueller’s planned coup.

I used the historical analysis of C. Wright Mills, in his 1956 book, The Power Elite to describe that the elite tyranny in the swamp has existed for many years.

While the times and political context have changed since 1956, the analysis by Mills about a military industrial complex, made up of political, military and industrial elites continues to ring true.

Mills concluded that ordinary citizens in America are powerless and subject to financial and economic manipulation by the elites, who live in the Swamp.

President Eisenhower, in his 1961 final address to the nation, also warned citizens of the danger presented by the power elite.

Eisenhower stated,

“In the councils of government, we must guard against the acquisition of unwarranted influence, whether sought or unsought, by the military-industrial complex. The potential for the disastrous rise of misplaced power exists and will persist. We must never let the weight of this combination endanger our liberties or democratic processes. We should take nothing for granted.”

Neither Mills, nor Eisenhower, extended their analysis to the root causes of why common citizens in America are powerless.

Citizens are powerless because Madison’s constitution left them powerless in the two-class competition with the American natural aristocracy.

Citizens today may be able to get rid of the elite for a short period of time, but unless citizens change the flaws in Madison’s constitutional rules, the elites would soon restore their tyranny.

I used the example of the nation’s first constitution, The Articles of Confederation, to explain that decentralizing power away from the swamp, and back to the states, is one part of the solution to America’s political dysfunction.

In addition to the flaws in Madison’s constitution, I explained that Trump voters do not have a political party to lead a national political movement to reclaim individual liberty and restore the rule of law.

When the Republicans converted from the party of the natural aristocracy to a global corporatist party, no one was left, in Madison’s two-party arrangement, to defend citizen liberty from tyranny.

Neither the Democrats nor the Republicans serve the historic mission of protecting the natural rights of American citizens from elite central tyranny.

Both political parties are collaborating with Mueller to overthrow the Trump government, and no opposition party is stopping them.

The differences between natural rights conservatives and left-wing socialists are intractable and unresolvable.

A nation divided against itself can not endure.

Citizens do not have an organizational framework to defend their natural rights and defeat the socialists, after Mueller launches his coup.

After the coup d’etat is launched by the elites in the swamp, there will likely be a period of chaos and violence in America.

That period of time can end with one of three different scenarios.

First, the socialists may win, and implement their global socialist tyranny.

Second, the natural rights conservatives may defeat the socialists and restore the rule of law.

Or, third, both sides may call a truce and agree to a civil dissolution of the current nation.

The two sides, the socialists and the natural rights conservatives,  can not live peacefully together.

The intractable problem of centralized tyranny in American government can only be solved by a civil dissolution, where the socialists create their own socialist utopia, and natural rights conservatives start over, by reclaiming the Spirit of citizen liberty, proclaimed by patriots, in 1776.

Natural Rights Conservatives must join a new political party in America, called the Citizens Liberty Party.

The mission of the party is to lead a national political movement that protects natural rights and restores the rule of law, after 8 years of Obama’s lawless regime.

The CLP is founded on the bedrock principle expressed by Jefferson in the Declaration that the purpose of government is to protect the natural rights of citizens and to defend the sovereignty of the nation from external and internal enemies, like the socialists.

When you join the CLP, you will be asked to volunteer to work on one of the local political committees in you home community.

You will also be asked to form a local citizens committee of correspondence to coordinate the external affairs of the Party with other local chapters in other metro regions.

After you join the CLP, you will be asked to upload news articles about events and issues that you think other members of the party would be interested in hearing.

The organizational website for the CLP is at www.citizenslibertyparty.com.

I am Laurie Thomas Vass, the leader of the Citizens Liberty Party, and I need volunteers to join me in the fight for American freedom.

 

 

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