George Soros is on the record as stating that "the main obstacle to a stable and just world order is the United States." So why would 11 of our more liberal elected officials be seeking out this man's advice?
If you apply the principle of Occam's Razor--that the explanation with the fewest assumptions is generally the correct one--then the evidence indicates those 11 agree with the belief that America *IS* the problem.
The evidence suggests that there are people at the highest levels of our government who see America as Soros does. What would it take to eliminate that MAIN OBSTACLE TO A STABLE AND JUST WORLD ORDER?
America's strength has always been the U.S. Constitution. Those "powers-that-be" that see America as the problem know the protection mechanisms that the Founding Fathers put throughout it. So they utilize the second principle of demolition, maximizing it's weakness...WE THE PEOPLE.
First, redefine history. Cast the Founding Fathers as a bunch of rich, greedy, old white slaveholders who raped a continent for their own benefit, and repeat, repeat, repeat until it becomes the accepted "truth". That way, every piece of wisdom that they tried to impart upon us becomes null and void.
Second, remove all references to God and the Bible from public discourse. The masses must be shielded from the discriminatory and selfish values of thrift, chastity, virtue and self-reliance. Therefore, our "rights" are given to us by our government and not some "fictitious" benevolent deity.
Third, treat capitalism as an evil "zero-sum" game...money is finite, therefore the wealth of the few must have been taken from the many. Therefore, the wealthy must be taxed at a higher rate so that it can be "redistributed" back to those who it was initially taken from.
Fourth, create so many obscure and hazily worded "circular reference" laws that no man knows from one day to the next that which is legal and that which is not. By criminalizing the natural and decriminalizing the unnatural, you create a society of sheep amongst a government of wolves.
Last, but not least, create a powder keg of subdivided, angry groups and toss in the match.
(To Be Continued)