Sunday, February 22, 2015

Entitlements 2015

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by:  David Michael Beachwood

We are told that entitlements are things that are really not necessary. They are, however things that our government gratuitously provides to us.  Now depending on whom you talk to, for political reasons, their list of entitlements changes.  This means that some things that are entitlements to some people are not considered entitlements to others.  Politics often weighs in here to confuse any issue.  It is even more confusing for those outside of politics looking in.  Most of us do not have a bird’s eye view or back room seat to see what is really going on.  However those making those shady deals count on our confusion, as this helps to hide the awful truths that they do not wish to share.

Republicans have been a lot more vocal about getting rid of the so called social “Entitlements”, while keeping the military entitlements.  To them no form of military expense is an entitlement.  The Democrats work this same entitlement issue, but only in reverse.  This charade is only for the general public’s consumption.  You may not want to believe this, but both parties really would like to get rid of those social entitlements.  The public cannot afford to have both social and military entitlements anymore.  We have to borrow money to pay for both of these things, and we already own over 18 trillion dollars.

The need for the military programs is often pushed by both sides to garner votes in one way or the other.  Both sides also receive campaign funds from the military lobbyist.  Politically they both need to support those businesses who anti up.  Since those businesses support both political parties while those social programs generally only pay with individual votes, Politicians tend to take the money and support the military lobbyist’s requests.  To them this is a bird in the hand and anyway that money  is used to run adds to persuade you to vote for them.  You probably have noticed that support for social programs has gotten a lot weaker, but they still need to have votes.

Both parties realize that, to the general public, ending social programs would not be a popular idea.  They have to tread very cautiously here.  The Democrats like to be seen as the champions of social entitlements.  The Republicans have had to protect them as well in order to be reelected.  For a while now the financial leaders of the world, the Federal Reserve and the corporations have all pushed to reduce or eliminate those social programs. 

Both parties needed a way of bailing out, on their support for these programs.  However, they need to do this without being perceived as bad guys.  I believe they have embarked on a strategy to make this occur.  This strategy has been slowly unraveling for several years now.  Most of us are watching it happen and don’t even realize it.  As usual in Washington, the blame for anything that goes wrong has to fall on some other person, place or thing.  Their current ongoing strategy helps to make that happen; at least in their eyes.  What is this strategy?

The strategy has simply been to pass bills and policies which tend to overextend those social programs.  This then will lead to them becoming increasing more insolvent.  Over the years there have been a number of unfunded expenses added to the original mandates of those basic social programs.  Again and again additional foreign and domestic populations have been added to their roles.  The recent executive order regarding illegal aliens is only one such action.  The affordable care act also has added expenses especially to Medicaid.  There have been many other occasions where congress has given away access to the social programs without providing the means to support them.  Where is all this leading?

For a long time now, the addition costs have worked to deplete the resources of these programs.  It is only a matter of time and they will reach a breaking point.  When this happens, both the Democrats and Republicans will have a politically correct escape route.  That route will be that we simply can’t afford them.  They can save face; at least that is what they believe.  Corporate America will rejoice, because then those lost programs will make their programs more secure and available to them.  The brunt of these actions will throw The United States of America into the status of a third world nation; one which cannot afford social programs.  We will become like many South American countries.   

The writing has been on the wall for years.  The media has been pushing for the reduction in social programs, at their corporate clients requests.  They should have been pushing to not allow those programs to be misused in the first place.  However the media does not get paid by us.  They, in an effort to appear unbiased, report on these misuses generally long after they actually occur.  In doing so they pretend that they didn't realize that those things were going on.  However, isn't the job of the news to be watch dogs?  It was at one time, but we have forgotten that.  We don’t tend to see the media as part of the problem, because they control the talk.  The media thus protects both parties and itself.  Make no mistake all three are involved in this politically motivated scheme. 

The scheme is designed to divide and conquer those that would stand in the way of corporate initiatives.  In a very real way we have corporate communism being played out.  In this system, as in other forms of communism, about ten percent of the populations are party members and one percent of this group rules.  The rest of the population has to follow.  It isn't a republic any longer for the citizens of The United States.  The media will not admit this because guess what the corporations own them.  They are all part of that “one percent group.”  To be fair most of the low level workers in the media don’t know this is happening.  However those at the top do.  They know that eventually all social programs will be cut, with the end goal being complete elimination.


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Sometimes we hear seemingly outrageous and preposterous stories that we immediately disregard as not worth our time. Most of us pass right on by these stories and consider their entirety as useless. Should we toss them away without at least examining the bits and pieces for possible evidence? It may be that some of the elements within these stories might add to our understanding of the total picture or scheme of things. Remember the extent of the control of the Military Industrial Complex that both Presidents Eisenhower and Kennedy spoke of, because of this I would think it only prudent to at least listen to these stories. Some of these stories are being told by current and former employees of firms which have links to the Complex. If you have watched the movie “Money as Debt” your next question might be; what do “THEY” do with the fruits of our labor? These X-FILES might provide some of our answers if we can just dig them out of the distortions.

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At times you may find that I have posted links to questionable sites. Some of these might be considered to be enemies to the decent people of the United States and the world. For example, I may link to sites which express excessive communistic ideas. In all organizations there is in-fighting and this often exposes some truths. I link to them because at times they have some truths to offer that we need to see and hear. Communism may be the easiest political system for the characters in my short book "They Live We Sleep" to manipulate. It’s the easiest to pervert and control and because of this, THEY; those controlers, want to expand this system around the world. Communistic players, here at home, have made head ways into our government. THEY have installed a form of corporate communism and this has become their foot hold. These players have plans to destroy our Constitution. A constitution which gives us, we the people, rights through God not through some council of men. With all this being said I believe it is wise to know your enemy; this is why I sometimes provide links to them.


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