After 241 years America’s democracy goal has not been achieved or realized. Democracy means rule by the people.What has emerged since our founding is a form of tyranny (under the direction of a Deep State and Central Banking) which is now emerging into global tyranny (for the masses). Agenda 2030 is my view of global tyranny as a few elites are scheduled to rule the entire planet. Is this what our founding fathers designed in 1776? I don’t think so! What a shame that the ideals of America’s founders have resulted in precisely ‘the opposite’ of what was desired at our founding.
On Thursday, Henry Kissinger was over in Moscow visiting with Vladimir Putin. He likely was discussing the Agenda 2030 concept and its global goals. Mr. Kissinger has been dreaming about a one world government and a new world order (called Globalism) under the direction of select elites (like himself) for some time. Will Vladimir buy into this worldview? I, personally, don’t think so. Vladimir desires some form of nationalism or regionalism and not what Mr. Kissinger desires for our planet (Globalism). America’s Deep State is fully at work, however, to promote an agenda which is totally contrary to the ideals of America’s founding fathers.
The Declaration of Independence, 90% written by Thomas Jefferson, proposed a world of equals where the State acted as the temporary problem…not the solution. A huge centralized governmental structure was not the plan of America’s founding fathers (with a few exceptions). The followers of Alexander Hamilton were envisioning a centralized system which could compete with the European systems and then rule the entire planet. Hamilton’s promotion of this agenda ended in 1804 with his duel with a challenger called Aaron Burr. Hamilton lost this challenge and died as a result of this duel. But did his vision die?
The legacy of Hamilton has emerged gradually and relentlessly. Today our trend is towards centralization and not towards decentralization (the vision of Thomas Jefferson). Agenda 2030, the United Nations vision, is now the model for our planet. Our Deep State operatives (like Henry Kissinger and George Soros) are big proponents of this end result. My hope is that Vladimir Putin does not relent and adopt the mantra of Henry and his followers. Vladimir can be a positive force for meaningful change in the direction of real democracy (equality among all individuals) if he continues to challenge the current model of America’s shadow government.
Watch the events this coming week over in Hamburg, Germany, as our Deep State operatives (with their political puppets) meet to discuss world affairs. The G-20 is meeting and Vladimir Putin will meet for the first time with Donald Trump. Will he challenge the Donald’s trend towards WAR and CENTRALIZATION? Or will he abandon his independence and adopt the vision of the Deep State? Agenda 2030 is what everyone needs to recognize as the goal of our Deep State operatives. Check it out and read the fine details at the U.N. website! Enjoy the 4th and think about where we stand as of 2017! I am: https://kingdomecon.wordpress.com.
Some additional images for your consideration:
Is Henry Kissinger promoting his vision of a New World Order with Agenda 2030 as the ideal for Russia and the World? Russian President Vladimir Putin (R) meets with former U.S. Secretary of State Henry Kissinger at the Kremlin in Moscow, Russia June 29, 2017. Picture taken June 29, 2017. Sputnik/Alexei Druzhinin/Kremlin via REUTERS
Henry and Vladimir at the Kremlin (June 29) discussing the vision of our Deep State???
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Comment: Agenda 2030 follows the Kissinger mindset of small nations (much as today) existing UNDER a central committee of elites (as ultimate rulers)! Given human nature, this results in global Communism or the equivalent! Watch out for the deceptions within our political rhetoric!