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James Madison Predicts The Global Elites

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The more I read, the more I have to laugh. Last week I was reading the book ADAMS VS JEFFERSON, and had just finished reading a particular paragraph, when I glanced up and saw the G-7 meeting was coming to an end on the news:

I’d like to share what I read:

Basically, Jefferson and Madison were at war with Hamilton, who they thought wanted to form a big government with big banks, much like the British one that they had fought against in the Revolution. James Madison very words so long ago, warned us about last week’s G-7 summit, showing us that men of power have not changed one bit since the beginning of time:

Here’s the section reprinted from the book below:

Soon after returning home, Jefferson urged Madison to take up his pen in the growing newspaper barrage against Hamilton. Jefferson subsequently claimed, probably accurately, never to have engaged in newspaper polemics in the 1790s. He disliked the drudgery of composing quarrelsome treaties and abhorred the time they took from other more fruitful and enjoyable pursuits. He also loathed confrontation. His style was to find others to do unpleasant thing for him. Madison, who found it nearly impossible to resist his friend’s blandishment, consented and churned out at least nineteen sulfurous pieces for Freneau’s paper in 1791-92. His essays divulged the seismic shift that had occurred in his thinking over the past two years.

He portrayed Hamilton’s adherents mostly ‘men of influence, particularly the moneyed’ class, he said as a “self-serving, anti-republican elite that thought the people incapable of self-government.”

(Does that not sound like the leaders of the EU? Does that not sound like most of our politicians?)

Assuming that the citizenry “should think of nothing but obedience, leaving the care of their liberties to their wiser rulers.” These elitists believed that the people need know only one word: “Submission.” They exercised power “less to the interest of the many than of a few, and less to the reason of the many than to their weaknesses.” This ultimate objective, he insisted, was that “the government itself may by degrees be narrowed into few hands, and approximate do an hereditary form.”

And that about sums it up: The globalists want the world in the hands of a few elites, who will rule, with their families, the rest of us.
It was the fear of Jefferson and Madison, and it remains the fear of many Americans today.

And James Madison said it perfectly, so many, many years ago.

June 10, 2018 Posted by | tyranny, Uncategorized | , | 2 Comments

   

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