Impeachment Theater Offers Americans Glimpse Of The Unseen-Unelected Who Actually Rule Over Us


American voters have been introduced to the idea that the elected President of the United States can be accused of “undermining” foreign policy determined by the permanent bureaucracy, which spends billions of our tax dollars but is not even slightly interested in our input.

We’ve been told top bureaucrats who supposedly serve at the pleasure of the president are actually entitled to their jobs and firing them is a crime, with the president presumed guilty unless he can prove he had an acceptable reason for terminating or reassigning them.

We’ve learned that Made Men of the bureaucratic empire and its political wing, the Democrat Party, cannot be investigated for corruption unless the most exquisite preliminary rituals are followed and the investigators can demonstrate the absolute purity of their intentions.

Outside of Impeachment Theater, we’ve been told it’s heroic for the bureaucracy to organize “resistance” against the elected president and congressional representatives, if the Washington empire disapproves of the voters’ choices.

We’ve discovered obscure lower-court judges can hijack entire segments of national policy on a whim. Some of these imperial proclamations have been expressly premised on the notion that American citizens have less to say about their own government than foreign nationals do.

We’ve learned a president the imperial bureaucracy likes can issue executive orders that cannot be reversed by presidents it disapproves of.  The people are belatedly informed that some matters are settled forever on the “one man, one vote, one time” principle. The essence of self-government, the true right that matters above all others, is the right to say “no.”

We’ve learned over the past three years that the American people no longer have that right in most cases, but their nominal employees in the federal government do.  If the imperial bureaucracy makes a demand of you, good luck with trying to work up a “resistance” movement.  Good luck getting any favorable attention from the media that has fused with that bureaucracy and enjoys a revolving door of employment with it.  But if you, the Little People, cast votes the imperial bureaucracy doesn’t like… well, watch out.  They’ll fight you every step of the way and spend untold millions of YOUR dollars against you.  Then they’ll get in front of cameras and expect you to applaud them as heroes.  It was always a swindle to convince the American people that democracy serves as a failsafe check against authoritarian power.

We were fooled into thinking our government could never become dictatorial, no matter how much power it claims, because we can always vote the bums out.  Guess what, kids?  As we’ve seen since 2017,  most of the power and money is controlled by people you never get to vote against. You learn that the people you don’t vote for are very capable of defending their privileges against the people who DO.  And you learn that far more issues than you ever suspected are considered “settled.”

via zerohedge


  1. Unbeknownst to most that never knew, “Independence Day,” was a secret society back door deal too. Read. We as in ‘America’ never severed the control of the monarchy. But in hindsight, it is funny to think that a handful of men and colonists told King George the III of Britain to bow down to them and get lost, and him and all his men simply put their tail between their legs and just walked away. Then America seeded its own Republic without any help from their motherland. Nope!! DIDN’T FRIGGIN HAPPEN! Heroic story though. Good one. Our Laws bear witness otherwise, in plain sight it’s been there the whole time. But no one seeks the truth.

    1. Yep and England all f up is calling the shots,whatever I could write books,make a few outstanding documentation claims and rewriting history 101,have a great day,should really read up and then you would know the Scottish line rules England,check out their heritage,England doesn’t even rule England

  2. I don’t think for a minute that “2017” is the year we realized that there are unseen cretins running our government; truth is, we have known that since before FDR. The difference in publicly expressing those type of views in the past and today is that it wasn’t always appropriate to speak about one’s dissatisfaction. Today, people express their opinions more frequently and more forcefully under the guise of “freedom of speech” no matter how erroneous or hateful that speech is. Ovomit provided greater insight on how dictatorial our government has become–he was hopeful that he would be the last elected President and America’s first dictator thanks to that seditionist George Soros. Unless someone in authority has Soros indicted, arrested and tried for sedition, he will continue to disrupt our government–he is NOT a natural born citizen; he was born in the old USSR. Furthermore, he has a criminal record that would require his loss of citizenship and deportation; our government needs to follow through with the law where it pertains to Soros. And by the way, the penalty for sedition is death according to the US Constitution.

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