Thursday, January 7, 2021

The Anti-Federalists Were Right - 245 Years Later a Grifter and a Manufactured Fake Move Into the White House

Editor's note: The Hamiltonians fastened an absolute monster onto the United States. It was oligarchy cloaking itself in a republic under color of law designed to create a frightening empire. All sentiment for a nationalist will or populism, was short circuited witnessing this with the events in Washington DC yesterday. Oligarchy is built in and is endemic to this system. Now the question remains is what are you individually going to do? The "founding fathers" (federalists) intentionally didn't put fail safe systems in to guard against plutocratic irrational oligarchical power that now has its hands firmly on technology. If anyone thinks 2020 was a mortal threat, wait until 2021 starts moving forward. This explains why congress overruled the electorate and stole the election with a grifter and a manufactured total fake now slated to move into the White House.

Source: Britannica


Anti-Federalists, in early U.S. history, a loose political coalition of popular politicians, such as Patrick Henry, who unsuccessfully opposed the strong central government envisioned in the U.S. Constitution of 1787 and whose agitations led to the addition of a Bill of Rights. The first in the long line of states' rights advocates, they feared the authority of a single national government, upper-class dominance, inadequate separation of powers, and loss of immediate control over local affairs. 

The Anti-Federalists were strong in the key states of Massachusetts, New York, and Virginia. In North Carolina and Rhode Island they prevented ratification of the Constitution until after the new government had been established. Stilling their opposition in order to support the first administration of U.S. Pres. George Washington, the Anti-Federalists in 1791 became the nucleus of the Jeffersonian Republican Party (subsequently Democratic-Republican, finally Democratic) as strict constructionists of the new Constitution and in opposition to a strong national fiscal policy. 
Henry, Patrick: in the House of Burgesses
Patrick Henry (standing at right) before the House of Burgesses in Williamsburg, Va., May 30, 1765; engraving after a painting by Peter F. Rothermel, c. 1852.
Library of Congress, Washington, D.C. (neg. no. LC-USZ62-3775) 

In typical American infantilism this is how Hamilton getting shot by Burr it is portrayed. There are various reasons given for the duel that ended up killing Hamilton, but above everything else, Hamilton was a federalist and Burr was an anti-federalist. Today, America is run and owned by oligarchs, precisely what the anti-federalists feared. But beyond this the worst has transpired: that oligarchy controls the judiciary



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