Hillary believes in government at the expense of the people. I do not say this lightly, because here she goes again. She just appeared at a Boston rally for Democrat gubernatorial candidate Martha Coakley on Friday. She was off the hook and amazingly told the crowd gathered at the Park Plaza Hotel not to listen to anybody who says that “businesses create jobs.”
“Don’t let anybody tell you it’s corporations and businesses create jobs,” Clinton said.
“You know that old theory, ‘trickle-down economics,’” she continued. “That has been tried, that has failed. It has failed rather spectacularly.”
“You know, one of the things my husband says when people say ‘Well, what did you bring to Washington,’ he said, ‘Well, I brought arithmetic,’” Hillary said.” – Martin Armstrong via Armstrong Economics blog, via Zero Hedge.
This is the perfect example of centralist thinking. In a nutshell she’s asserting that the central government is the primary force that empowers business to create jobs (productivity); and without the central government all is lost.
Decentralists think the opposite… that there is very little need for government. The primary roles would be to enforce the governing framework, protect the borders, and maintain international relations. The governing framework is what makes the playing field fair and allows people to thrive. In the USA, it’s the Constitution and Bill of Rights.
When you realize that the political problems in America stem not from bipartisan politics, but a two-sided single party – The Centralist Party – it’s easy to see why they all seem to work toward the same goals.
It also becomes clear there’s one party when we watch government get bigger. It’s no conspiracy, it’s just people like Hillary Clinton focused with laser beam accuracy on what they think is the right model for government – Centralism.
Ironically ‘trickle down’ is centralist too. Give money to the central powers (largest corporations) and hope that they grow, prosper, and lift the whole of society up with them. It’s status quo today from both red and blue sides of the centralist party. So it’s amazing that she could utter those conflicting statements in the same breath, and people don’t shake their heads and walk away.
I suspect more people are walking away. Unfortunately there are not too many places for people to go since the Centralist Party has locked any other political party out of Washington, DC. It will take a revolution of our minds to turn our backs on political parties all together to sweep these centralists out of the driver’s seat. But not sure that’s possible without a serious wake-up call.