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A waste of time

I recently wrote an email to my brother in law hoping to gain his support. He is a high ranking member in the Nevada GOP, a member of MENSA, and is very well respected for his levelheadedness. The response I received was patronizing, closed minded and completely unworthy of the effort I put into compiling a concise and documented argument.
So I've decided to post the letter here where it might help someone or save someone some research time themselves.

Feel free to comment and correct errors

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I see a great danger in this world today, and I truly think that the
time to right this string of wrongs is not only running out, but
nearly over. Some of what I say here may seem rather paranoid, but I
will attempt to document my positions as best I can. I know your
internet connection is more limited than mine, so where I link to a
video I'll follow the link with a short summary of the videos
contents. Some of the terms I will use are traditionally associated
with tinfoil hat conspiracy nuts. I am quite aware of this, but the
time for obfuscation has passed so I will be as direct as I can. You
are respected by all who know you as a level headed, rational man who
is not subject to flights of fancy, and due to this fact I make it a
point to try to appeal to your reason for support in what I feel is
truly the most important struggle in history.

On September 11th 1990 George H. W. Bush said the following in a
joint session of Congress:
"We stand today at a unique and extraordinary moment. The crisis in
the Persian Gulf, as grave as it is, also offers a rare opportunity to
move toward an historic period of cooperation. Out of these troubled
times, our fifth objective -- a new world order can emerge... When we
are successful, and we will be, we have a real chance at this New
World Order. An Order in which a credible United Nations can use its
peacekeeping role to fulfill the promise and vision of the U.N.'s
founders."
http://youtube.com/watch?v=Rc7i0wCFf8g (George H. W. Bushs 1990 speech before Congress)

Thus I will use his words "The New World Order" throughout this
letter not as some conspiratorial group, but as an actual tangible
goal which is sought not by some singular shadow government as some
might see it, but as the goal of a number of factions who see it as an
opportunity to place the world under a single government which
supercedes all national sovereignty, whether their intents be virtuous
or tyrannical. Indeed my view on this is simply that...that different
political factions have gained enormous amounts of power within our
(and other) governments. The Democrats as you know are very deeply
rooted in communism (while calling it Progressive. If you remember
your history the origin of the Republican party began when the
Democratic-Republican party divided due to the influence of the
Progressive movement on the party), and the quickly dominating
Neo-Conservative movement within the Republican party is deeply rooted
in Fascism. For the sake of clarity I will use the word Fascism
throughout this letter as "A lack of separation between Government and
Corporation, coupled with totalitarian control of both the political
and economic spheres"

Alan Greenspan himself (In his book "The Age of Turbulence:
Adventures in a New World,") said that George W. Bush made it a
priority upon taking office to alter the electoral process to ensure a
domination of our political landscape.
http://youtube.com/watch?v=PTCEokZl8aU (Alan Greenspan in interview regarding Bush Jr. changing electoral process)

The division between the Democrats and Republicans is nearly
insignificant when compared with their common goals. Both are using
the "War on terror" to bring into law a number of disturbing
regulations and invasions of privacy, liberty and anonymity. The Real
ID Act of 2005 requires that all states must mandate that its
governmental ID cards are embedded with a RFID (Radio Frequency
Identification) chip by 2008. This was recently pushed back to 2013
after a number of states rejected it outright. The Real ID is
supported by both Democrats and Republicans, and once it is passed
citizens will not be able to cross state lines nor board an airplane
without one.
http://marketwatch-cnet.com.com/Homeland+Security+offers+det...

(read more at http://dropl.com/CFR)

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edited

Was flagged as spam due to length, so I cut and linked to original