In 1967, Dr. Martin Luther King, “Where do we go from here?” A very good question for today’s world.

Who could save for old age or a rainy day? Sooner or later, the government, which in one way or another was already collecting over one-third of the average citizen’s income, would have to pick up the tab for his medical and dental care, education, job-training and child-rearing, in addition to unemployment insurance, old age pensions and burial costs. So the country went spinning along on wheels, faster and faster, down the non-stop Fabian freeway that lead to fiscal collapse — and a type of receivership sometimes known as Socialism.

This is how it had been planned, more than 30 years before, by a man named John Maynard Keynes and a small group of ”respectable” Fabian Socialist conspirators in London, and by many others in other locales. They saw very plainly that the only way to capture the United States, and ultimately the world, for socialism was by progressively weakening the financial system of this country to the point of total collapse. Once having reduced the two great English-speaking nations that were traditionally the bulwark of the free enterprise system and of liberty itself, Socialists would control the world  – peacefully at first, perhaps later by force of Soviet arms. For when always said and done, the Fabian Socialists have nowhere to go but to Communism. Fabian Freeway, Rose L. Martin, 1966

Martin wrote those words fifty years ago yet they are more pertinent today. And today, we are at the precipice. If we allow the Trans-Pacific Partnership, the Climate Change Agreement, the Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing Act, and the push for a one-world religion (among others), we will be at the wrong end of the Fabian Freeway.

Trans-Pacific Partnership: A Trojan Horse For Obama’s Climate Change Agenda

“The TPP’s Commission trumps Congress.

“And what exactly is the TPP’s Commission? It is modeled after the European Commission, an unaccountable and unelected body that has spewed a torrent of regulations and mandates on the EU’s struggling economies. Once the TPP goes into force, its Commission will have the power to modify or amend the trade agreement “or take such other action that the Parties may agree…” Should any disputes arise over a signatory’s compliance with the TPP, they will be handled by “Arbitration Tribunals,” which will have the power to hand down multi-billion dollar judgements against any member government that violates its decisions. In this way, the TPP’s Commission and its Arbitration Tribunals can punish the U.S or any other signatory for violating the terms of the trade pact, including failure to comply with the Paris climate agreement.”

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Wallace Henley, in World Net Daily, sees this election as a clash between globalism and anti-globalism:Unless Americans understand globalism and what it represents, they won’t fully grasp the importance of this election. They’ll get distracted by other side issues.”


“But there’s a “philosophical globalism” marked by the push for a shared value system and global governance, which Henley finds more concerning.

“This is what really got my attention. In the 1990s the United Nations began a push for global shared values,” he said.

“This is seen in the a push by USESCO and other U.N. agencies to embrace global educational standards, global environmental standards of “sustainability,” global police standards, and global standards for migration and the rights of migrants as put forth in the U.N.’s 2030 Agenda signed by President Obama and some 190 other heads of state last fall.

“Nations would be forced into it, into a very secular humanistic set of ethics, and I began to realize there’s a lot of coercion in this.”

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A really efficient totalitarian state would be one in which the all-powerful executive of political bosses and their army of managers control a population of slaves who do not have to be coerced, because they love their servitude. Aldous Huxley, Brave New World

Hillary Clinton embraces George Soros’ ‘radical’ vision of open-border world

Hillary Clinton has aligned herself closely with a vision for America laid out by her benefactor — left-wing financier George Soros, who talks of “international governance,” more open borders, increased Muslim immigration and diminished U.S. global power.

“The phrase “American exceptionalism” is not part of his agenda. He wrote in 1998: “The sovereignty of states must be subordinated to international law and international institutions.”

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“The key to destroying socialism is not to fight it; it is to starve it. To understand how, we must first understand how that contemptible model took foothold in a country that prides itself on freedom.”

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Tens of Thousands Of Scientists Declare Climate Change A Hoax

“And, of course, there are the more than 31,000 American scientists (to date) who have signed a petition challenging the climate change narrative and 9,029 of them hold PhDs in their respective fields. But hey, Al Gore and his cronies have also ignored that inconvenient truth, as well.

“Many of those scientists who signed the petition were likely encouraged to speak out in favor of the truth after retired senior NASA atmospheric scientist John L. Casey revealed that solar cycles are largely responsible for warming periods on Earth – not human activity.”

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Kathleen Marquardt
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Kathleen Marquardt has been an advocate for property rights and freedom for decades. While not intending to be an activist, she has become a leader and an avid supporter of constitutional rights, promoter of civility, sound science, and reason. She is dedicated to exposing the fallacies of the radical environmental and animal rights movements. She has been featured in national publications including Fortune, People, the Washington Post, and Field and Stream, as well as television news programs such as Hard Copy, The McLaughlin Group, Geraldo, and many others. Today, she serves as Vice President of American Policy Center. Kathleen now writes and speaks on Agenda21/2030, and its threat to our culture and our system of representative government.