Big money


The landmass known as North America is the most valuable piece of real estate on the planet - and the most coveted. It is no secret that powerful nefarious people and groups want to steal the riches of this country and put them in their pockets. Publicly-funded organizations, CEOs of multinational corporations, supposedly benign philanthropic foundations, councils on foreign relations, privately-funded think tanks, elderly media moguls, European globalist ideologues, Wall Street elitists, self-important social media billionaires and cabals within our federal government all want a piece of the pie. Make no mistake, America is in the crosshairs of a host of surreptitious groups and fabulously wealthy septuagenarians with specific self-interests focused on physically and financially stealing the United States and thereby emasculating the American people in the process.

Americans have lots of experience recognizing external enemies. In the latter part of the 20th century the DOD, CIA, and NATO (who are paid to recognize an enemy when they see one), have for decades agreed our #1 enemy can be found on a vast spread of land mostly covered in tundra east of Ukraine. At the beginning of the 21st century, President George W. Bush, Dick Cheney and Paul Wolfowitz claimed the enemy was holed up in Iraq and in the marginal mountainous region of Afghanistan (the Mujahideen, the Taliban, and Saddam Hussein) and spent trillions of dollars defending that assertion. But this new enemy of the American way of life is not fanatics trying to invade U.S. airspace using hi-jacked passenger planes nor is it traditional foreign saber-rattling adversaries. This new enemy is already well established within our borders and is hiding in plain sight. The enemy is Big Money and those salivating to use it.

Thomas J. Boynton 

Alamosa

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