Are We Asking The Right Questions? Letter To The Editor By Al Segalla

Copperopolis, CA…During this Presidential election process are we asking the right questions? One fundamental question could be: Should the US remain a free and independent Republic? If the answer is no, then all the discussion about the border has less meaning. Also, if the answer is no, discussion about the size and extent of our government would also have less meaning. If we are not to be free, why have concern about government expansion and widespread dependency on government?


On the other hand, if it is OK for America to be free and independent, then shouldn’t we take closer look at where we have been, where we are now and where we are going?

In our history, one of the most influential socialist organizations was the Fabian Socialist Society with their vision of a socialist new world order to be created gradually. Their logo was the turtle. Their leaders included John Maynard Keynes (Keynesian Economics) and John Dewey (Father of American Education). Understanding just their ideas would allow the electorate to understand why we went off the gold standard resulting in the loss of value of our money and why our children are being conditioned to be citizens of the world.

Most of the public is uncomfortable with using tax money to bail out large corporations as engineered by the FED.
Should the FED be audited by Congress?

Much of the activities of the Federal Government are clearly unconstitutional. It has no authority to control retirement plans, schools, local planning, endangered species or heath care.

Should we ask the candidates if the Federal government should turn over unconstitutional entities and land to the states?

Should we ask the candidates if they support the Liberty Amendment, which requires this?
One of the most influential domestic organizations today is the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) with their plan for a New World Order.

Should candidates disclose their involvement in the CFR?
The UN plan for restructuring all governments into a socialist new world order is called Agenda 2030, which superseded UN Agenda 21.

Should candidates be asked to comment on this agenda?
If we know where we have been, where we are now and where we are heading, there may be a chance we can preserve this free county for our children and future generations to come.

Is now the time to ask the important questions?
Albert J. Segalla