Comment: To further explain my thoughts, sentence by sentence:

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To further explain my thoughts, sentence by sentence:

1) "A medieval rollback of the American Revolution begins with the concept that “government is the root of all evil”.

This is nonsense, because the idea that “government is the root of all evil” ,would be held only by those who are hardcore volutaryist/anarchists, not by monarchists.

2) "This strain of thinking is promoted by the Saudi/Israeli-owned Fox News. These nations are not “Islamic” and “Jewish”"

While it may be undeniably true that our medias(INCLUDING CNN, MSNBC, etc.) are bought and influenced by Saudi Arabian and Israel interests, mainly Israeli, it is a lie to say that these respective countries are not "Islamic" and "Jewish"

Perhaps it would have been more appropriate for the author to have said that the leaders of these countries are instead players in a global banking control agenda.

3) "They are fronts for the Crown of England and the Rothschilds."

OK. Not entirely acurate, but they do serve the purpose of that for the Banking elite.

4) "The well-paid corporate lackey leadership of the Republican Party pushes this anti-government agenda, while the idiocracy misnomer known as the Tea Party takes this monarchist argument to its fascist extreme."

Here is the sentence where most of my contention lays. I'll 100% give you the Repub leadership is in bed with the banking elite, BUT SO ARE THE DEMS! And as for the supposed agenda they(Repubs) push, it is NOT an "anti-government" agenda, and the actual anti-government agenda that the Tea-party pushes is NOT aimed at installing a freaking monarch.

It's as is some hardcore idiot socialist leftist found some secrets, and is trying to paint it in their respective light(agenda).

While there are many truths here in this article, the whole thing has the feeling of someone throwing a bunch of crap at the wall to see what sticks. Their writing and congruency are terrible.