Understand Politics and Survival Reframed

Louis the 14th thought “The State” was a person. HIM! He rationalized going after other countries and staked his claim to prevent this from happening to France. Louis the 14th acted for France because Louis thought he was France, because they were one in the same by Divine Right. And that a person either asserted himself or would be subjugated to the will of others.
Louis_XIV_of_FranceLouis XIV (14th) King of France
Louis XIV, known as Louis the Great or the Sun King, was a monarch of the House of Bourbon who reigned as King of France from 1643 until his death in 1715. Starting at the age of 4, his reign of 72 years and 110 days is the longest recorded of any monarch of a sovereign country in European history.

In the age of absolutism in Europe, Louis XIV’s France was a leader in the growing centralization of power.
During Louis’ reign, France was the leading European power, and it fought three major wars: the Franco-Dutch War, the War of the League of Augsburg, and the War of the Spanish Succession. There were also two lesser conflicts: the War of Devolution and the War of the Reunions. Warfare defined the foreign policy of Louis XIV, and his personality shaped his approach. Impelled “by a mix of commerce, revenge, and pique”, Louis sensed that warfare was the ideal way to enhance his glory. In peacetime he concentrated on preparing for the next war. He taught his diplomats that their job was to create tactical and strategic advantages for the French military.

It is still a dog eat dog world of the rich and powerful. 

“With Trump’s tariffs on China, it’s hard to fathom the recklessness of the president and the utter failure of U.S. politics to allow one psychopath to have so much power.” —Jeffrey Sachs, Columbia University


May 7 2018  Ivanka Trump’s company business got 3 new China trademarks on the same day that President Trump agreed to lift sanctions against the Chinese tech company ZTE. All Trump Trademarks are exempt from Tariffs.

American Workers, Farmers at Risk as Trump Escalates Trade War With China China immediately hit back with equivalent tariffs and slammed the Trump White House for “behaving like a gang of hoodlums.”

“Nobel Power” We have men with a lust for power, who would turn the world upside down. Those men don’t care about “tradition” and the “natural order” of society. “Nobel Power” according to AG Sessions is ordained by God Himself. In another words they exist to rule. Only those in power seeking to keep the rest of the “common folk” under control would use some quote from the bible to maintain the illusion of the God Given Right to Rule excuse for their hideous behavior.

Trump’s rhetoric and campaign promises have centered around restoring American sovereignty. Donald Trump’s money originally came from his grandfather Friedrich Drumpf a German immigrant, who owned and ran a whore house /restaurant – bar, in British Columbia. Buried in a ghost town in Canada’s subarctic, are the roots of the family fortune that paved Donald Trump’s path to prominence.

Donald Trump, who announced, “My legacy has its roots in my father’s legacy.”
Trump’s rhetoric and campaign promises have centered around restoring American sovereignty.  From a true champion for equality Woody Guthrie wrote “This Land Is Your Land” in hopes of equality for Americans and “Old Man Trump” about Donald Trump’s Father Fred ….

Politicians, Banksters, and the .01% make profits from rent and taxes they don’t pay, but it was the money from the citizens of America that bailed them all out by order of their government officials in the 2008 collapse of Wallstreet.

Noble Blood / Political Appointees, The House, The Congress, Political Parties, does not entitle them to rule the world. The Republic once built the greatest nation on earth, not on the finery of its aristocrats, but on the talents of its PEOPLE!




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