True positive change suffered a setback from which we may not recover. Herman Cain offered real substantive change, not the canned, vacuous, hollow campaign promises typified by politicians.

But to understand what happened, we must go back and look at what has happened before. This isn’t the first time a true champion of the people has been unjustly maligned – not for the sake of retaining the status quo as such, but, in reality, to ensure the overthrow of America from within.

The attacks against Herman Cain came from diabolical apparatchiks in both the Democratic and Republican parties. Both parties hated and feared him – Democrats, because Herman threatens to break the locks used to keep blacks, women and the so-called poor and minorities imprisoned on an invisible plantation where the cash crop was no longer cotton, but rather victimology and blame. Republicans, because he threatened to undo that which they cherish most – graft and a country-club lifestyle achieved by corrupting the financial processes.

But binding both of these Erebusic practices together is the same shadowy cabal that destroyed another great man’s chances of making real and substantive change. That man was Barry Goldwater. But I get ahead of myself.

The best way to limit something or someone’s ability to survive without your constant involvement is to give that something or someone something for nothing. If you feed wild animals long enough, they lose the ability to survive in the wild on their own. If you provide everything for your child, you end up with children like Paris Hilton or any number of other brats with no moral center.

Ergo, I have come to believe that the true intent of Lyndon Johnson’s civil rights legislation was to ensure that all blacks and women were gathered on one reserve. The intent of Johnson’s Great Society initiative was to keep them there.

Barry Goldwater presented the first real threat to the Maoism of the Great Society that Johnson wanted to set in place – and those behind Johnson’s socialist agenda were not about to let that happen. Those behind the destruction of Goldwater were the younger versions of those behind the destruction of Herman Cain.

In his book, “Barack Obama and The Enemies Within,” Trevor Loudon quotes the nation’s premier communist researcher, Herbert Romerstein, and former KGB officer Stanislav Levchenko, who examined Soviet attempts to blacken Goldwater’s name. “The false charge that Goldwater was a racist was one of the smear campaigns used against his candidacy by the Soviets and their surrogates. The American Communists covertly assisted in this ‘active measures’ campaign” (page 425).

The so-called intellectual elite pretends to blanch at the mention of shadowy forces operating from the skyboxes of politics out of sight. Levchenko and Romerstein documented that in a booklet published in 1963, claiming that Goldwater was conspiring with the John Birch Society to spur a violent insurrection to take over the United States in 1964.

I point this out because that mysteriously published booklet, and the false claims of his being a racist, did to Goldwater what Ginger White and the media did to Herman Cain. The booklet was found to have been published, according to the House Un-American Activities Committee, by a publishing company in Chicago that was owned by two members of the Communist Party USA.

The point I’m making is that there is an order of doing things, and under no circumstances are the forces behind the scenes going to permit that order to be threatened. Goldwater threatened it, and Herman Cain threatened it.

Herman Cain threatened to truly empower the people. He threatened to actually change Washington and strike the final deathblow to the closet bigots – those who feel one black president is enough but are too dishonest to say it publicly. Herman threatened to return government back to the people – something those who manipulate the system were not about to see happen.

The media ran with the unfounded accusations like dogs run to eat their own vomit. There was no story, but they made it one. I argue that the media that set upon Herman should be as aggressive in exposing the secrets of Obama’s background. If exposed, how long would Obama remain president? Why aren’t the media exposing the kabuki theater of Rep. Darrell Issa’s hearings on Fast and Furious?

Herman Cain wasn’t from one of the Ivy League presidential mills, and he didn’t talk in choreographed political speak. He is a plainspoken individual with a vision for America that includes returning America to the people. Herman understands business and what it really takes to return the nation to profitability. But he was mocked from the moment he made his announcement to run. I should here note that Ronald Reagan was mocked and discounted for the very same reasons Herman was.

The bigots referenced him as nice, likable, but not having a chance to win. As he continued to be embraced by the people and surge in the polls, the bigots continued their bray that he couldn’t win.

I have an idea. Let’s put every one of the Fox News program hosts under the same scrutiny and standard applied to Herman, and see how long Fox News remains the equivalent of the “wholesome and fairness” cable channel.

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