Dictator Dreams: America's Nightmare
By Servando Gonzalez
Does Obama want to become America’s dictator?
It seems so. In his recent Disaster of the Disunion speech, which
apparently was written by Bush’s speechwriter at the Council
on Foreign relations, there is an obscure reference to more power
According to Mr Soetoro,
Some of what's broken has to do with the way
Congress does its business these days. A simple majority is
no longer enough to get anything -- even routine business --
passed through the Senate. (Applause.) Neither party has been
blameless in these tactics. Now both parties should put an end
to it. (Applause.) For starters, I ask the Senate to pass a
simple rule that all judicial and public service nominations
receive a simple up or down vote within 90 days. (Applause.)
The executive branch also needs to change. Too often, it's inefficient,
outdated and remote. (Applause.) That's why I've asked this
Congress to grant me the authority to consolidate the federal
bureaucracy, so that our government is leaner, quicker, and
more responsive to the needs of the American people. (Applause.)
Of course, this is not the first time that an
American president has openly expressed his belief that America
needs a dictator. CFR member George W. Bush said at least three
times that he would like to become a dictator. In 1998, talking
about what it was like to be the governor of Texas he said: “You
don't get everything you want. A dictatorship would be a lot easier.”
In 2000, Bush joked: “If this were a dictatorship, it would
be a heck of a lot easier, just so long as I'm the dictator.”
But, a year later, Bush repeated, now very seriously, “A
dictatorship would be a heck of a lot easier, there's no question
Not surprisingly, some members of Congress are delighted with
the idea. Last year, Republican Senator Mitch McConnell shamelessly
proposed a drastic solution to the administration’s insistence
that the country’s debt ceiling be raised against the wishes
of many congressmen. According to McConnell, the power of the
purse, an authority clearly invested in Congress according to
the U.S. Constitution, should be handed over to the President.
The idea, however, that the U.S. needs an Emperor, not a President,
is much older.
A long time ago, the CFR conspirators realized that it would be
much easier to buy or coerce a single corrupt politician (am I
being redundant?), the President, than a whole bunch of them.
Faithful to their infiltration techniques copied from the British
Fabians, they rather prefer to hide in the shadows as the power
behind the throne than to be in the limelight. But there was no
throne in the U.S. Actually, it was closer to a set of musical
chairs. By creating the concept of the division of powers, the
Founding Fathers had erected an almost inviolable barrier to the
But the CFR conspirators are very resourceful people. So, faced
with the barrier of the separation of powers, they circumvented
it and created the concept of the “imperial presidency.”
Until the mid 1930s, U.S. Presidents had a small staff, most of
them located at the President’s office in the U.S. Capitol.
But this was changed dramatically as soon as the conspirators’
secret agent Franklin D. Roosevelt took office. Using the Great
Depression and World War II as pretexts, Roosevelt’s Brain
Trust of advisors, most of them CFR agents, implemented the New
Deal and the creation in 1939 of the Executive Office of the President,
a major step in the creation of the imperial presidency. Another
major step was the implementation of the so called “executive
orders,” an unconstitutional power grab by which the president,
bypassing Congress and behind the backs of the American people,
wrote veritable diktats, more akin to dictators than
to democratically elected presidents of a constitutional Republic.
Initially, not all American presidents were members of the Council
on Foreign Relations. These were the cases of Truman, Kennedy,
Johnson and Reagan. But, like carthorses wearing blinders, the
CFR managed to surround U.S. presidents with a dark curtain of
disinformation in the form of a large group of its secret agents,
most of them grouped in the National Security Council.
The National Security Council is a key element in understanding
how the CFR conspirators control the U.S. government. CFR secret
agents in the U.S. government pushed the creation of the National
Security Council and the CIA in 1947, allegedly as a tool to avoid
events like Pearl Harbor and to manage the military, intelligence,
and foreign policy areas of the U.S. government.
But, soon after it was created, CFR agents in the National Security
Council changed it into a tool to control the information reaching
the eyes and ears of the Presidents, thus creating a smoke screen
of disinformation around them. This guarantees that the policy
decisions they take are the ones already made at the Harold Pratt
House in Manhattan.
To make things even easier for them, the CFR conspirators created
the concept of Presidents’ plausible denial —a euphemism
for Presidents’ ignorance from which the conspirators highly
benefited. Soon after, they expanded even further the concept
of plausible denial with the notion that “what the President
doesn’t know can’t hurt him politically.” This
meant that the CFR conspirators, through their agents infiltrated
in the NSC, gave themselves a free hand in planning and carrying
out American foreign policy with as little consultation as possible
with the incumbent President. This is exactly what they have been
doing for more than half a century.
Since the Second World War, the CFR conspirators have been putting
blinders on American Presidents and surrounding them with a curtain
of disinformation. Through their secret agents in the National
Security Council, they have been giving American presidents the
mushroom treatment: keeping them in the dark and feeding them
Currently, however, things have changed, though not for the better.
The illegal usurper in the White House does not need to be lied
to. He is fully aware that he is nothing but a puppet in the hands
of the conspirators and, as such, he is happily playing his role.
 Please don’t take me wrong. I have an enormous respect
for the office of the president. What I don’t respect, however,
are the guys in the oval office because they have shown over and
over a total disrespect for the Constitution and the people of
the United States.
 Governing magazine, July 1998.
 CNN.com, December 18, 2000.
 Business Week, July 30, 2001.
 Paul Joseph Watson, “Executive Dictatorship: McConnell
Proposes Handing Over Power of Purse to Obama,” Infowars.com,
Tuesday, July 12, 2011, http://www.infowars.com/executive-dictatorship-mcconnell-proposes-handing-over-power-of-purse-to-obama/
Servando Gonzalez is a Cuban-born American writer, semiologist
and intelligence analyst. He has written books, essays and articles
on Latin American history, intelligence, espionage, and semiotics.
Servando is the author of Historia herética de la revolución
fidelista, The Secret Fidel Castro, The Nuclear Deception
and La madre de todas las conspiraciones, all available
He also hosted the documentaries Treason in America: The Council
on Foreign Relations and Partners in Treason: The CFR-CIA-Castro
Connection, produced by Xzault Media Group of San Leandro,
California, both available at the author's site at http://www.servandogonzalez.org.
His latest book, Psychological Warfare and the New World Order:
The Secret War Against the American People just appeared
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