Liberals Lost in Russia-Gate, Left Lacks Focus on Monetary Democratization

Falling for the Climate-Gate conspiracy theory was more understandable than falling for Russia-Gate. Even Sandy Hook being a hoax is more understandable. Honestly, absolutely zero evidence has been supplied by the NSA or CIA or FBI or any other entity that Putin or any part of the Russian government conducted, ordered, condoned, or was even aware of any Russian election meddling or anything of the like. All any regular American citizen or world citizen has been asked to do is simply trust those parts of the NSA, CIA, and FBI that claim "Russia did it." Give me one reason to trust those who are claiming Russia did it, especially when those same agencies refused to include any dissenting statements from within their ranks? You do realize that "Russia did it" was, and remains, far from the consensus at those organizations, especially amongst the ranks that actually do the investigating, analyzing, and frontline conclusion-drawing, right?


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You don't see headlines in the MSM stating, "Proven professional-liars are alleging Russia meddled." You only see, "Russia meddled." You go with the liars. I'll wait for real evidence, which isn't there because Putin didn't do it. Real evidence would have surfaced ages ago.

So, you want to impeach and remove Donald Trump for allegedly obstructing a fishing expedition that's based upon innuendos, hearsay, dodgy (that's being charitable) dossiers, and wild speculations, all trumped up by the pack of liars the type of which brought us the disastrous Iraq War, wanted to "bomb, bomb, bomb" Iran over a nuclear-weapons program it never had, turned Libya into a failed state, and claimed Assad used chemical weapons (until Obama was finally forced to sheepishly admit the "evidence" was "not a slam dunk"), and on and on and on going back to the beginning of time?

Neocons know the exception makes the rule: "You can fool all of the people some of the time." "If at first you don't succeed," keep lying.

The problem with the Left is a lack of focus. The Left hasn't zeroed in on the root problem, which if solved, would take care of nearly all the rest. That root issue is democratizing all currency, money, legal tender, what is used to pay taxes.

The issue comes up over and over and over, but the Left's gatekeepers don't latch onto it, don't run with it out front. Is that because they don't understand it or because they aren't the ones who discovered the issue's centrality and aren't interested in allowing receiving credit for the Left's message to not go to them?

They keep the Left fractured, not understanding that monetary democratization would place before all else the purest form of fully informed, grassroots democracy attainable and do so such that all the cultural and social issues would then be automatically handled under that purest democratic form.

What the US needs is a Democratic-Money-Only Party. Everything else is more enslaved, places a needlessly heavier yoke on the People.

If the world will fully democratize the money in this way, humanity will run out of nearly all excuses. That would be a beautiful thing.

Monetary-and-Banking-Reform Platform for The United States:

Let the light in.

Lift the bottom first.

Leave absolutely nobody behind for any reason.

Invest in what we need most in a prioritized manner.

Make peace.


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    Education: Arizona State University, Bachelor of Science in Political Science. City University of Seattle, graduate studies in Public Administration.

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