Together, The Left And Right Can Kill The Establishment Propaganda Machine
Caitlin Johnstone

“All that is required is for a conversation to take place between Alt Right and Alt Left”

Excerpts from Robert David Steele & Cynthia McKinney #UNRIG manifesto:

“…What is to be done? Cynthia McKinney and I (Robert David Steele) have joined together to promote an idea — unity for integrity. The essence of this idea is that we must all resist the “divide and conquer” imperatives being funded by George Soros and many other billionaires who fear the power of the public. We do this by agreeing that we have a common enemy (the Deep State); that there is a common solution (Election Reform Act of 2017); and that in the next two months we can execute a common strategy: a national conversation in June and a national occupation of the front lawns and home offices of every Member of Congress in July when they return home and cannot ignore the constituents. …

…This summer and into the fall — in the next 120 days — the public has an opportunity to take back the power using ethical, legal, non-violent means. All that is required is for a conversation to take place between Alt Right and Alt Left, between whites, blacks, and browns and others, leading to an agreement that we should set aside all ideological and issue differences to focus on the one thing that is “root” — the restoration of integrity to our Congress. …

…The enemy of my enemy is my friend. As Steve Bhaerman was written recently in his column “The Great Upwising,” this is not about one side or another but about all of us coming together, recognizing that the world war has started and it is between We the People and the Deep State; between the 99% and the 1%. …

…This is Vaclav Havel on steroids — the “power of the powerless.” If we succeed in America this revolution will spread to Australia, Canada, and other Commonwealth countries under the thumb of the Deep State of which the Queen of England is very much a leading element), and then it will take off across Africa, the Americas, and Asia. …”

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