America's suicidal capitulation to the progressive new world order
By Michael Moriarty
The Progressives, after a 60 year siege of American power, now own Congress, with the Supreme Court having been a virtual progressive Politburo. The most arrogant display of power was Roe v. Wade and the right of abortion shoved down America's throat, without either consulting Congress nor the inborn right of the states to decide for themselves in such dire matters involving life and death.
The Progressives' first great victory was in 1936, when Franklin D. Roosevelt and his radically progressive Vice President Henry Wallace had the progressive emblem of the pyramid placed upon the American dollar. With unrelenting and increasing urgency the Progressives, when in office, would stop at nothing to see their agenda accomplished. John F, Kennedy did not press social programs as fast as the progressive Democrats wanted. The Progressives' ultimate dream is full socialism. In addition John F. Kennedy wanted to get America out of Vietnam. That was directly against the progressives' desire to win and establish Washington as the major voice of a three-part Socialist World Order of Moscow, Beijing and Washington. Lyndon B. Johnson with his "Great Society" instituted more social programs than any other president in American history. JFK was obviously in the way, preventing full progressive progress. He had to go.
For 19 years, from 1973 to 1992, Roe v. Wade stood as the federal mandate which would not brook appeal. All appeals were thrown out on technicalities. Finally, in 1992, in the Casey v. Planned Parenthood decision, the Supreme Court said, oh so generously, that the States could challenge Roe v. Wade in their own territories. In the subsequent 15 years only two states have made a noticeable objection to legalized abortion. This national resignation to a pro-abortion agenda is a disgrace. America will now pay a terrible price, when the Progressives continue their vision of a New World Order.
There is no longer any real America, when our own Supreme Court alienates us from our inalienable right to life, so assured by the Declaration of Independence. We are no more American than when we held slaves and defied our belief that all men are created equal. And not being American we, the United States, will eventually fit nicely under the United Nations as a colony.
The Progressive immigration policy with its open door to all cultures, some of them allowed to enter illegally, will most certainly create ethnic strife and racial conflict in American cities. The Progressives will look to this civil discord as the just cause for calling in the United Nations troops as a peacekeeping force, thus making America a docile servant of the United Nations. Our Founding Fathers from George Washington to Thomas Jefferson would be in agony over our nation's self-betrayal. In our history we fought the British Empire to stay free, we fought the French by not getting involved in their Machiavellian designs for a New World Order. The Progressive revolution is entirely French in its guidance. Individual freedom must bow before the vaunted Fraternity, the French revolutionary dreams. It's a product of intellectual supremacism. The Fraternity, or as Voltaire described them, the enlightened despots, are now setting the pace, with William J. Clinton as their chairman. The major task of their agenda is to bring America and her middle class to their knees. The enemy of the French revolution, the complacent bourgeoisie, is the ultimate enemy of the Progressives. The Progressives intend to not only tax them severely, but to divest them of their license to firearms.
To a certain extent America deserves the agony she will be facing in the next four years under Hillary Clinton. At what point America will wake up and become dis-enthralled remains to be seen. America endured slavery for 89 years, a betrayal of herself. Similarly, abortion stands as the same betrayal. God willing, it won't take 89 years for America to see the light.
Michael Moriarty is a Golden Globe and Emmy Award-winning actor who starred in the landmark television series Law and Order from 1990 to 1994. His recent film and TV credits include The Yellow Wallpaper, 12 Hours to Live, Santa Baby and Deadly Skies. Moriarty is also running for President of the United States in 2008 as a candidate for the Realists Party. To find out more about Moriarty's presidential campaign, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.