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Inauguration - How Long Will Americans be Duped?

January 20, 2013

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(Slave to slave driver: "Yoo-hoo! I think I'm getting a blister")

"Mr. President: We have a boo-boo."

America is fragmented and polarized, Ted Anthony writes in a plaintive "think piece" below, which grasps for a solution in vain. 

There will be no solution until the people realize that their country has been subverted by a satanic cult, the Illuminati, which represents the international central banking cartel working through Freemasonry and organized Jewry. The Illuminati are creating a veiled world police state dedicated to Lucifer based on the Jewish Cabala.  They finance "Right" and "Left" so the people will take their eyes off them. They are the reason the country is fragmented and demoralized.


They are responsible for 9-11 and the putative massacre of school children at Newtown. 

No point writing to the President. He is a member of the Illuminati whose job is to deceive the public while advancing the agenda. The mass media and the political class are controlled by the Illuminati & complicit in mass murder and treason. 

It takes two to run a con: a deceiver and a willing dupe. How long will Americans embrace the role of dupe? Humanity looks to armed Americans to slow the worldwide advance of this satanic tyranny.  

by Ted Anthony
"Dear Mr. President: One Glimpse of Your Nation"    (Associated Press) 
(abridged by

Dear Mr. President:

Bryan Stone, 60, of Jacksonville FL, has something to say about the way America used to be that he wouldn't mind you hearing.

"Everybody knew what the rules were," he says. "That's not true anymore."

(Obama-Hugo Chavez Masonic handshake) 

Here, then, is one snapshot -- an interpretation of how it feels in America right now. It's broad-brush and subjective, as any snapshot of a nation so big and diverse must be. 

Mr. President: Americans feel deeply uncertain about the state of the nation right now. Very few of us seem to know what the rules are anymore -- or even where we are going. Just this past week, an NBC News/Wall Street Journal Poll found that 57 percent of Americans polled think the country's on the wrong track. Not as bad as October 2011, when it was 74 percent. But not very optimistic, either.

The people are fragmented, consumed, distracted, sometimes paralyzed by choices. Look at the comments section below any major news story posted on the web and you'll see your countrymen denouncing each other in bulk. Is this the glorious mess of democracy or a sign of something uglier?

Last month after Newtown, for example, we wept in disbelief and pain for a few days and then many of us set to shouting. Regulate guns, insisted one side, and you'll stop children from dying. Take law-abiding citizens' guns away, insisted the other, and you place us in greater danger and violate one of the nation's most fundamental rights.

(Romney making Masonic sign)

Simple, right? Just like these easy labels: Liberals are big-government-loving socialists who can't stop taxing and wasting, damn them all. Conservatives are gun-loving, callous warmongers who don't care about the common people. Pathetic.


"When we go around perpetuating those stereotypes, it furthers that sense that we're so polarized. When I don't think that we really are," says one of your constituents, Liz Owens Boltz, a web content administrator in Sylvania, Ohio. She's an independent who has voted Republican in the past but voted for you.

This is part of the problem, Mr. President, the contradiction of our age. We are multitudes, yet we have built a story of clustering in two camps. You inherited deep divisions, and you say you are trying to make things better. But, to hear your adversaries tell it, you have made them worse. If only there were one clear answer flashing in neon above the highway. How American that would be. But there are many answers, and none. And we don't even seem to have the language to discuss them.

"I'm looking for a little more thoughtfulness and discussion and compromise and a little less knee-jerk political posturing," Boltz says. "We tend to treat our government and politics like we treat our bodies -- we don't see things being a problem until it's an emergency. But preventative care and long-term solutions, it's a little less sexy. If we're all in this black/white, yes/no mindset, how do we make progress?"

Instead, every statement by just about anyone has 1,000 opinionated offspring, each with a globally connected digital loudspeaker. Never before in American history have so many been able to shout down so many others so quickly. Put geographically, it's become harder and harder to view our experiment in democracy as a land mass; more and more, we're a series of small islands separated by choppy waters.

"What would you really put into an American time capsule today?" wonders John Baick, a historian at Western New England University. 

(Obama's pal Chavez embraces Ahmadinejad) 

"Our time capsule would be so filled with so many different things and so little in common with each other. There's so little notion of a consensus. So little notion of what America is, and so little notion of who belongs in the snapshot."

What is that like from inside 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, to consider the sound of 300 million opinions? How do you even begin to parse the problems? How do you take people who are accustomed to answering true-or-false questions and lead them through the high weeds of multiple choice?

"Those connective tissues that were there, they're gone -- and they're not being replaced," says James Connolly, director of the Center for Middletown Studies at Ball State University, which studies American life in Muncie, Ind., and other towns like it in the Midwest. "The withering of those connections," he says, "leaves people with a sense that they're at sea, they're on their own."


Ted Anthony writes about American culture for The Associated Press. Follow him on Twitter at


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Comments for "Inauguration - How Long Will Americans be Duped? "

Ron said (January 21, 2013):

Thank you so much for your daily newsletter. I have been on your email list for the past 6 months and have enjoyed learning quite a bit from all the informative article posted on here. I refer anyone that I know to your web page.

I would like to offer a response to the article presenting Photo of Mr. Chavez hand shake with President Obama and referring to it as Masonic/illuminati Hand shake followed by photo of Mr. Chavez and Mr. Ahmadinejad hugging each other. I must say without any equivocation that your reader has this completely wrong. If you as well as most of your readers believe that Illuminati Jews are the ones planning the NWO, How could you label two of the most well know anti Zionists in such a fashion. I am originally from Iran and am aware of the fact that the Iranian regime is lacking in the area of treating people the right way. But please do not allow this to interfere with your judgement of Mr. Chavez and Mr. Ahmadinejad's anti Zionist/Anti imperialist position. This is why there is a strong ties between these two leaders and that is why both of these regimes have been targeted constantly by the Zionists controlled main stream media in such a negative fashion. Thank you for allowing me the opportunity to respond.


Thanks Ron,

We have a difference of opinion. I believe all world leaders are controlled by the Illuminati bankers, and they are removed only when they try to rebel, as in the case of Gaddafi.

Zionism is one one half of the Illuminati control mechanism. Anti-Zionism is the other half. Essentially you have two Masonic teams playing each other in a House League.


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