Part Of The Plan
By The Colonel
Sarah Palin, the Republican Alaska governor who captivated the nation with a combative brand of folksy politics, announced she will resign as governor on July 3rd, 2009. The announcement that she will step down by the end of July stunned the political establishment, fueling speculation about why she is leaving office with 18 months left in her first term and whether her future will include a run for the presidency. In my opinion, she resigned because her work is done and her mission is accomplished. In fact, I have a theory on all things McCain/Palin. Allow me to explain:
For the past 200+ years, the true powers who control America have been a selected group of wealthy, influential individuals and corporations. You can call them the elite, you can call them the Freemasons, you can call them the Bilderbergs. As writer/journalist Jim Marrs has pointed out several times, it doesn’t matter what you call them, what matters is that they own everything in this country as well as around the globe, from old fields to manufacturing factories, science labs, news papers, TV stations and of course the U.S government.
The president of the United States is only a symbolic figure, a puppet, if you may. Without their approval and financial support he can never be elected, and once elected, if he doesn’t sit, lay down and roll over as they order him to, he will be eliminated like John F. Kennedy. In other words, the free world and the government of the people for the people is only an illusion, a deception, a scam.
In 2008, things couldn’t be any worse for the elite: the economy was on the verge of destruction, two ongoing, seemingly endless wars with overwhelming casualties have become the bottomless pits for the tax payers’ hard earned money, the United States was alienated and denounced by its allies, and people on the streets were getting angrier, more frustrated and hence more dangerous. So the best thing to do for the powers that be was to give people a shiny, likeable representative; somebody they can relate to and even be proud of. It’s important to consider that the demographic characteristics of race have significantly changed in the United States in the past 30 years: blacks, Latinos and other groups that once were considered minority are constantly expanding and becoming more powerful. As a result, the classic picture of the American president, a middle age, grey hair white male is no longer effective. So enters Barack Obama: bi-racial middle class hero, raised on the food stamps by a single mother and elevated to the heights of the stratosphere through education, hard work and dedication. A decent hero for our indecent times. The Obama story is so good as if it was written by some skilled Hollywood writers; and indeed it was. However, our skilled writers so conveniently ignore key elements in Obama’s life story and choose to elaborate on them as little as possible, for example the fact that young Obama used to be an employee of Henry Kissinger, one of the master minds of the elite who interestingly enough made a return to frontline politics after Obama’s election. In his new interviews and speeches, Kissinger constantly emphasizes that Obama can and must create a ‘new world order’, and I’m sure for those who are familiar with the history of secret societies and their agendas, that quote speaks in volumes.
So the $64,000 question is that how McCain/Palin team-up fits in this theory? The answer is as simple as it is disturbing: they had to play the Wicker Man.
The Wicker Man was a large wicker statue of a human used by the ancient Druids (priests of Celtic paganism) for human sacrifice by burning it in effigy. Burning the Wicker Man was as one of many ways the Druids of Gaul performed sacrifices for their gods. They used to build the effigies out of sticks and placed living men inside, then set them on fire. Though the Druids generally used thieves and criminals, as they pleased the gods more, they sometimes used innocent men when no delinquents could be found.
Something similar to burning the Wicker Man took place during the U.S presidential election in 2008: the powers that be who operate above and beyond the boundaries of countries and nations and political parties, placed a bi-racial, charming, educated young man against an old, grumpy, erratic white man and his Ms. Wonder Woman sidekick who was infamous for banning books from libraries, shooting animals from a helicopter and wasting state resources on a bridge to nowhere. The former beauty pageant, serially pregnant hockey mom who once was quoted: I can see Russia from my house; and believed dinosaurs existed 4,000 years ago. It was obvious, beyond the shadow of a doubt that people will be so panicked, so scared and so terrified that they will rush to vote for the bi-racial, charming, educated young man to make sure the McCain/Palin nightmare won’t become a reality. Furthermore, when people’s faith was rewarded by selecting Obama as the president, they will stay calm and quiet, they will stay hopeful, and they keep on dreaming the American dream while their lives are slipping away and their country is going down the trash can of history. So are there any surprises that Sarah Palin decides to resign as Alaska governor and vanishes from the public eye? No, her work is done and her mission is accomplished. The old saying goes: ‘It’s all part of the plan.’