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Elected leaders or fictitious characters?

I am responding to Robert Ware’s letter, “Terrified,” published Saturday, June 22. Ware divides Americans into halves: Conservatives led by WWF heavyweight champion Donald J. Trump, and his liberal opponents under the command of Democrats. Ware says they include “educators: K-12, college professors and especially the people who create the curricula.”

His comments remind me of the June 6, 1984, Sgt. Slaughter vs. The Iron sheik boot camp match! Please folks, this is Hollywood stuff, paid actors and fake “stars: playing the roles of fictitious characters. And this same hype is being used today by Republicans and Democrats!

President Trump says he can’t be impeached because, if he is, the stock market will collapse and “you will go broke.” If he’s impeached “a world war will break out” and on the streets of America.

Trump says, “This is the best economy the nation has ever had.” Would residents of Valley Head agree with this swagger? How about Beverly? Coalton? Mill Creek? And all of W.Va.?

Democrats and Republicans have always been on the same team: They are committed to the same Constitution, the same God, and the same American dream. They are paid to deliver propaganda; and they are a worldwide team led by unelected agents of the United Nations. Mr. Ware, this organization developed your school curricula, and its mandates are known here as Agenda 21, Sustainable Development, and West Virginia’s Green Ribbon Schools.

“Theodore Roosevelt Jr. (1858-1919) was an American statesman, politician, conservationist, naturalist and writer who served as the 26th president of the United States. As the leader of the Republican Party during this time, he became a driving force for the Progressive Era.” — Wikipedia.

The fountainhead of liberal thinking was republican Teddy Roosevelt trumpeting the Square Deal, threatening the whole world with a Big Stick. “As a progressive Republican, Roosevelt believed in government action to mitigate social evils.” — Wikipedia.

In his Nobel Prize address in 1910, Roosevelt said, “It would be a master stroke if those great powers would form a League of Peace.” So what has changed over the past 109 years?

During Roosevelt’s time, America was being transformed from a Republic to a corporation. And the image of this corporation is the United Nations headquartered in New York City. Alas, we have become a New World Order: one people, one flag, under one God.

It’s all very sad, isn’t it?

Richard N. Swecker

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