What They Fought For This is an idea thats been rattling around my head for some time. So, it’s ongoing research.

Founding Fathers – Fact or Fiction

Is it possible that the Founding Fathers were not what they seemed to be, should we take a more objectionable look at this era in time? School indoctrinate history books reference a lot of hero’s from the beginning of this once great land and the Revolutionary time which are still promoted today. But, was the Revolution about freeing the new world people from British oppression or was it all about installing a new structure of control.

Previous decades leading to the Revolution were discord with rebellions, not against the British but, against a powerful American aristocracy. These men of wealth journeyed to the new world to stake their claim to land and power. The new rich land owners used the labor of the local poor whites, blacks and native people to create more wealth for themselves and their families. When the people working the land realized they where being used for the benefit of the land barons there was a powerful motive to not do the work of the rich controllers any longer. The wealthy produced nothing and only consumed the material resource of the new world, off the laboring backs of the working class poor and downtrodden.

When the elite aristocracy found that their servitude where waking up to the fact they where being played and used to the benefit of their wealth they had to do something. The downtrodden began joining forces, talking among themselves and planning the demise of the elitist wealth. The elitist could not have the poor whites, blacks and Indians joining forces. This action would deter their plans of conquest as it had been done in Europe. I have to ask, is history repeating itself today? Have these very same elite become aware of an awakening of the common’s.

Remedy to the situation was a concerning one for the new American aristocracy, they had to come up with a program to defuse any uprising against their order. The idea that those people would rebel was a chilling one to the elite land owners. There where so many more of them then there was wealthy land owners. Back then there was no problem in stringing them up from a tree. The elitist plan came together when they decided they had to direct the wrath of the working people away from their self serving empire. Given that the new American landowners didn’t have much appreciative feelings for the British Crown directing their every move and requiring the payment of taxes to the British the ultimate plan developed. Place the blame on the British Crown, tell the people it wasn’t them making their lives miserable. This conniving plan united the poor and middle class against a common enemy with the illusion of a common purpose. In reality the purpose was to expand the wealth of the elite new world land barons.

In reality the “founding founders” when they wrote the Constitution actually ended a great deal of state rights and dramatically increased the prominence of and creating a Federal Government. What the Constitution actually became was to form the beginnings of a large and powerful Federal controlled Government, that had the ability to tax the people, control their liberties and freedoms among other things. We now see what all this planning and manipulation brought forth. This strong federal government contained the appropriate checks and balances to effectively govern their people. This elitist control has been going on for decades under the noses of the working class, to the benefit and growth of corporate conception. It appears that this plan is still in place by giving the masses an enemy other than where the fault belongs.

  • Still researching this history, which is well hidden from the indoctrinate masses. More to come.

Think about this: What do our elected officials really want? There’s 300,000,000 of us and 545 of them and look who’s in charge.

  • You and I don’t propose a federal budget. The President does.
  • You and I don’t have the Constitutional authority to vote on appropriations. The House of Representatives does.
  • You and I don’t write the tax code, Congress does (with the help and support of central banks).
  • You and I don’t set fiscal policy, Congress does.
  • You and I don’t control monetary policy, the Federal Reserve Bank does.

 

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