reviews of neither left nor right
"Spot on. Insightful, brilliantly researched and written, a book that anyone who loves this nation needs to read."
-former U.S. Attorney General John Ashcroft
"A book that all Americans worried about the fate of this nation should read before it is too late."
-Dennis Miller
"A must read for all who value freedom."
-Penny Nance, Concerned Women for America
reviews of neither left nor right
"Spot on. Insightful, brilliantly researched and written, a book that anyone who loves this nation needs to read."
-former U.S. Attorney General John Ashcroft
"A book that all Americans worried about the fate of this nation should read before it is too late."
-Dennis Miller
"A must read for all who value freedom."
-Penny Nance, Concerned Women for America

Are People Ready to Give Up the Two-Party System?

The American two-party system has become extinct and most people actually think that it still exists. It is another symptom of people’s cluelessness, of not seeing things as they are. To make things worse, because they do not think functionally they have no way of understanding what is happening in the world, in general, and why there is no longer a two-party system, in particular.

The two-party political system in America existed because the opposing party members were strongly pro-American and in a relationship of attractive opposition. This meant that although they had their political differences they were able to function together as an organization and accomplish their political responsibilities.

It is clear from what is happening in politics today that this is no longer the case. Both groups are divided along ideological lines according to what they believe are in the best interests of America and Americans. Today’s politicians are representing two entirely different populations, those belonging ideologically on the political left and on the right. Their ideological beliefs have become incompatible and, therefore, it is no longer possible for them to work together in a productive fashion. As a result, the functional relationship of the two-party system has changed into one of antagonistic opposition.

The political system seems to be working now because there is a populist, pro-American president who has bi-partisan support. Because the two-party system has broken down, the populist movement seems to be what is in store for American political life after Trump. What will happen to America when another populist president comes along who is not pro-American remains to be seen.

The Impeachment Process is Dead

The impeachment process could legitimately exist in the past because the two party system in America functioned. The two party system consisted of roughly equal numbers of liberals and conservatives in both the Democratic and the Republican Parties and their members were strongly pro-American. The functional political relationship of members of both Parties to each other at that time was one of attractive opposition. Under these conditions, members of both Parties were able to work together cooperatively for what was in the best interests of America.

With the anti-authoritarian transformation of American society and the shift to the left of center in American politics, the relationship of the two party system changed and became one of antagonistic opposition. Members of the two Parties could not work together. This was because the Democratic Party became riddled by and under the control of leftist ideologues. Their anti-American agenda for that Party became to destroy the American nation in every way possible. For example, the Impeachment process that is being brought up against President Trump has nothing to do with criminal charges. These are being concocted and promoted in the hope that the public will sooner or later buy into them. The longer that they can keep their false accusations alive in the media and the longer they can repeat them, the better are the chances that they will succeed in destroying the American system of government.

Even if these far-left emotional plague characters do not succeed in destroying America today, their chances in the future for another, new tragic communist takeover will be greater because the infestation of the emotional plague will have spread further in the Nation.

Recognizing the Far-left Plague’s Mode of Operation

How many young Americans today are familiar with the words and music to “God Bless America” or The National Anthem? How many of them are capable of feeling love for America and being proud to be an American?

With the continued anti-authoritarian transformation of society and the breakdown of the two party system in America, the relationship between the political left, represented by the Democratic Party, and the political right, represented by the Republican Party, has turned from attractive opposition into antagonistic opposition. The institutions and programs that are for the preservation of the American nation are actively and systematically being undermined by the far-left through political subversion, activism and brainwashing.

The far-left provides the illusion that it is on the side of genuine social change and progress and the far-left media is on board with this strategy because the policies seem novel, exciting and considered newsworthy to a clueless public. Social issues that can be used to incite an element of social anxiety or humanitarian concern such as the destruction of the earth’s atmosphere by human activity (“climate change”) or open borders for all immigrants are actively promoted and are immediately front page news.

However, all of the left’s lofty social and political programs are purely idealistic. They contain nothing of substance but they have one thing in common: They are, in effect, opposed to the rule of law, are in favor of the continued destruction of the American way of life and its system of government and its replacement with a socialist-style social order similar to the now defunct Soviet system.

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