Friday, July 26, 2013

Gov. Mike Pence Stands By And Says Nothing As Chris Christie Attacks Freedom-Loving Republicans

Gov. Mike Pence headed out to the Aspen Institute in Colorado this week on a junket with several RINO governors. The Aspen Institute is a favorite nonprofit financed by the world bankers and other New World Order types who want to ensure that Republicans and Democrats think alike when it comes to the establishment of a Stasi state in the United States. They fully embrace the concept of manufacturing terrorist events throughout the world to justify indiscriminate government surveillance of every body. To their way of thinking, anyone who speak out against the people in power are terrorists.

The Aspen Institute essentially bribes our elected officials by paying for lavish junkets overseas and throughout the country for them and their families where they indoctrinate them into the acceptance of a Stasi state and other items on their one-world government agenda. The Aspen Institute spent hundreds of thousands of dollars on our former Sen. Richard Lugar before voters finally wised up and retired him after 36 years. The Aspen Institute is currently run by former CNN honcho Walter Isaacson, whose network has all of those killer interviews conducted by Vanderbilt trust fund baby, Anderson Cooper, with the crisis actors employed to carry out manufactured terrorist events. Its board includes a who's who of New World Order types, including Madelein Allbright, Michael Eisner, David Gergen, Jane Harman, Jordan's Queen Noor, and Condoleeza Rice

To the point of my post, Gov. Pence sat next to Gov. Chris Christie, whose bromance with President Barack Obama is beyond sickening, as he attacked freedom-loving Republicans, at least what few of them are remaining in Congress. Those of us who support restraints on what the NSA can and can't do because we believe in the U.S. Constitution are "dangerous" according to Gov. Christie. From Politico::
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is ripping libertarians - including Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.). - for challenging government surveillance programs and failing to understand the dangers of terrorism.
“This strain of libertarianism that’s going through parties right now and making big headlines I think is a very dangerous thought,” the New Jersey governor said on Thursday at a Republican governors in Aspen, Colo. “You can name any number of people and (Paul is) one of them.”
Christie, who appeared on the panel with Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal, Indiana Gov. Mike Pence and Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker, said people who are questioning government surveillance programs should confront the families affected by the 9/11 attacks.
“These esoteric, intellectual debates — I want them to come to New Jersey and sit across from the widows and the orphans and have that conversation. And they won’t, because that’s a much tougher conversation to have,” Christie said, warning that after the next terrorist attack Americans may point to “this intellectual debate.”
“The next attack that comes, that kills thousands of Americans as a result, people are going to be looking back on the people having this intellectual debate and wondering whether they put…” Christie said before trailing off.
Gov. Christie as much as announced that another false flag event will happen on American soil like the Boston Marathon bombing that will kill thousands of Americans and the Stasi types intend to blame freedom-loving Americans like Sen. Rand Paul for it. It's quite clear where Gov. Pence stands in this debate, and it's not on the side of the U.S. Constitution and freedom-loving Americans. His silence on Christie's comments speaks volumes.

UPDATE: I stand corrected. Gov. Pence didn't stand by and remain silent as Gov. Christie launched his attack on freedom-loving Republicans like Sen. Paul, he seconded much of what he said. According to Pence, our "liberties are meaningless" unless we forfeit our guaranteed rights under the U.S. Constitution because without the government spying on every aspect of every American's life we cannot be safe from "terrorist" attacks. I've put the clip of the entire panel discussion below. Gov. Pence's comments begin at about at the 1:08.10 mark.


Unigov said...

Under libertarianism the US wouldn't have any foreign entanglements for Chechnians and Muslims to get mad about.

Flogger said...

The issue that I see that makes this Corporatism possible is our corrupt system of Campaign donations. Money talks as the old saying goes.

We have system that is summed by a German Proverb:"Whose bread I eat: his song I sing."

The campaign donors are like gardeners. The gardener determines which plants will be fertilized, and watered. The gardener also decides which plants will pruned or sprayed with a herbicide to prevent them from growing. The plants allowed to grow are those the gardener allows to grow. We have the wealthy donors and then we have those that carry the water for in Elected Offices, Appointed Offices, and in the Mega-Media.

The USA was supposed to be this Freedom Loving Country reluctant to use its power and then only for a good cause. It would be a long list of countries since WW 2 where we invaded, or instigated coups. Castro can be vilified for lack of "Freedom" in Cuba, but the Gulf States Oil states and other US Puppets hold no elections.

No wonder Mitch Daniels does not want Howard Zinn's view of history taught or discussed in Indiana Schools.

Marycatherine Barton said...

I am so distressed to learn here about Governor Pence's anti-American freedom positions stands, but knowing about the sources of his contributions while in Congress, I am not terribly surprised. If Hoosiers want to know about what it is like to live under totalitarianism, they can listen to the plain-spoken Hungarian George, who has been hosting the Piper Report as of late.

I would be so very very pleased if Mike would do Indiana a big, big favor and publicly comment on the material in these three books:

AMERICA FOR SALE by Jerome Corsi;

COGNITIVE INFILTRATION: An Obama Appointee's Plan to Undermine the 9/11 Conspiracy Theory by David Ray Griffin; and


God bless America, stand beside her and guide her. She is being destroyed by traitors within.

Marycatherine Barton said...

And, since our new governor, narrowly elected, wants us to trust in the Department of Homeland Security, maybe one of our "brave" mainstream reporters will ask him about Adam Salazar's report, entitled:

"New DHS Headquarters was a CIA MKUltra Test Facility".

It was the late great American Indian leader, Russell Means, that said what with the state of the citizens of the USA today, its symbol should no longer be the eagle, but the ostrich.

Marycatherine Barton said...

And if our soon to be one term governor can break away from those pulling his strings, how about him telling us whether or not he agrees with Roberts, published in the "On The Mark" section of this week's American Free Press, that:

'Americans Resemble Serfs in the Dark Ages." I am so angry at Mike, who might end up being known as our worse governor ever!!!

Anonymous said...

Meanwhile, in Detroit :

Marycatherine Barton said...

In 1931, a freedom-loving Republican (sadly, from the past) the Honorable Louis T. McFadden, in 1931, made a plea to Congress that has an eerie feel of prophecy over our modern economic predicament juxtaposed with the Great Depression. I wonder how many Americans will starve during the next arranged Great Depression.

On 7/10, John Stadtmiller read the entirely of this address on his RBN's "The National Intel Report".