By Al Benson Jr.
For any who have watched Speaker of the House John Boehner, you have to realize that he has made a career, as House Speaker, out of caving in to whatever demands our Marxist-in-Chief makes, no matter how ludicrous they are. You have to say that Boehner is the “loyal (CFR inspired) opposition” to Obama’s Marxism, which means that he is no opposition at all but the Republicans try to make him look like he is.
The game has gotten so transparent that even some conservative Republicans in Washington can now see through it and they are demanding that Boehner resign when or before Congress convenes to enact Obama’s gun confiscation proposals. I saw one report that noted that the Republicans are already to cave in on that but they don’t want that to be made public as they want to engage us in the charade of thinking they are actually going to oppose Obama’s confiscation agenda.
Interestingly, some of the conservatives that want Boehner to resign are planning to support Eric Cantor as his replacement. This is supposed to be a conservative move in the right (no pun intended) direction. I wonder how many of these well-intentioned folks know anything about Eric Cantor. Maybe before they put his name up to replace Boehner, if they get to that point, they should do a little homework on Mr. Cantor to find out where he is really coming from. However, I don’t expect that to happen. Having some inkling of how Washington works, I have a funny feeling that if Boehner resigns, Eric Cantor as his replacement may be a done deal. It would be nice to be wrong and have the conservatives pick someone really conservative but I have a gut feeling that ain’t about to happen.
Cantor has all the right $$$ credentials and friends. In fact, as far back as November 2011, author Michael Collins Piper wrote an article in the American Free Press entitled “Wall Street ‘Mob’ bankrolls powerful Rep. Eric Cantor.”
Mr. Piper noted that Cantor is “unique” among House members—that while most of the rely on campaign contributions from their own districts, Cantor has “…an unusually expansive array of contributions pouring in from across the country…A brief sampling of Cantor’s New York state contributors demonstrates the real clout of these big Wall Street names—with wide-ranging ties to the international plutocratic elite—who are bankrolling this influential congressional power broker.” In other words, the big bucks boys are behind Cantor, which means that he has no real concern for the middle class.
Piper mentioned several of those that have financially aided Cantor and they are an interesting group. If you never heard of some of them it’s because the media and their masters have deemed that you should not be aware of them. One of them is Kenneth Bialkin. Piper described him as: “a longtime crime syndicate legal mouthpiece, former national chairman of the Anti-Defamation League of B’nai B’rith…He is also a member of the Council on Foreign Relations.”
Another one he noted was Henry Kravis, who he described as: “A member of both the CFR and the Rothschild-controlled Bilderberg group…” And he also mentioned one James Tisch, who “bought control of CBS in the 1980s, is another CFR member and a scion of the billionaire Tisch family…These are just a few of the powerful New Yorkers who’ve been channeling funds to Cantor’s political enterprises.”
So it would seem that, even if the conservatives manage to cower Boehner into resigning as Speaker all we are going to get out of it is one more person sponsored by our ruling elite who will follow the agenda set up by the Council on Foreign Relations, the Bilderbergers and the rest of the One World crowd. Hardly anything changes in Washington except to get worse. So let’s keep an eye out and see if anything materializes out of all this jockeying around for power—at the expense of the taxpayer.