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Ann Wagner Is New World Order
Missouri Rep. Ann Wagner (R-MO) is on the list of participants at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland where the elites plot to take over the world
When I read the news that Ann Wagner, my representative in Congress, was a participant in the World Economic Forum, I tried to imagine her working with Klaus Schwab, the founder of the WEF and inventor of The Great Reset.
This is what popped into my mind.
PINKY: Gee, Brain, what do you want to do tonight?
BRAIN: The same thing we do every night, Pinky: try to take over the world!
Let me apologize. You will never be able to listen to Ann Wagner again without expecting her sound just like Pinky. Like everyone else of reasonable intelligence, you already assume the character of Brain was based on Schwab, so no need to apologize for that.
Ann is a political beast, and political beasts use things to gain access to people with power, money, and fame. They usually lack the natural wit, skill, looks, and work ethic to become powerful, rich, or famous on their own, so they leech off others like the people who hung around with Johnny Depp and Amber Heard. Ann could have been in Davos just to hang out with the rich and powerful, hoping they’d throw her a bone.
As an aside, by “political beast,” I’m not talking people like you and me who engage in politics out of a sense of duty to preserve the republic and combat the demons. Nor am I talking about our friends who leave lucrative careers to run for office for a term or two. Rather, I’m talking about the people who worked their way up in the party system: knocking on doors for candidates, running for Township chairman and chairwoman, raising money for the party, hosting party parties. They trade friendships and principles for a higher rung on the party ladder. People like Karl Rove . . . and Ann Wagner.
Political animals feel the system owes them something.
Ann Wagner believes the party owes her something for her efforts in 1996 to stop Pat Buchanan. Buchanan was a threat to the New World Order, you see. (I once told her that my first business venture was a bumper sticker and t-shirt business, and our best-selling products were in our line of stickers, shirts, and mugs declaring:
“He’s Rested, He’s Ready, He’s Right! Buchanan ‘96”
Wagner is an establishment Republican loyalist and a long-time fan of the New World Order built on the petrodollar and maintained by US military and intel agencies. Her worldview is closer to Klaus Schwab’s than to Donald Trump’s. She was perfectly built for the GOP of 1996, still revelling in the afterglow of Desert Storm, still proud of Richard Nixon’s legacy, and still expecting the future of the party belonging to boring white people who know which fork to use.
But that Republican Party of 1996 is now just the moderate wing of the DNC. The New Right is built on a different set of principles and animated by a very different worldview. The New Right is founded, not on a Constitution battered and bastardized by courts and political parties, but on the truth that government is downstream of the individual, and the individual is downstream of God. It looks something like this:
Man organizes governments, lending them specific powers, for the greater glory of God. A government’s sole purpose is to secure man’s God-given rights. The New Right rejects nostalgia and sentimentalism for any particular government or its institutions. The New Right has no sacred cows because it doesn’t worship graven images. Neither the Republican Party nor the United States government is more important than obedience to our Creator.
Party animals like Ann Wagner operate on sentimentality and nostalgia for the GOP of 1996—an establishment organization seeking to preserve the status quo which includes US military and financial hegemony. She fails to recognize the only people in the United States who share her view are people with formal Republican Party titles. Ann’s disconnection from the right’s new base threatens to end her political career.
Former Missouri State Senator John Lamping—a man who epitomizes right order in politics and life— explained Wagner’s vulnerability to a challenge from the right on the Marc Cox show last week. Play this now:
In the interview, Marc Cox makes the point that Wagner’s message at Davos was good, but Senator Lamping rightly explains that “no respectable conservative” would show his face at a convention dedicating to destroying national and individual sovereignty.
The World Economic Forum simply denies the self-evident truths that
. . . all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.--That to secure these rights, Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed,
The WEF rejects every word of that paragraph. It rejects the Creator and, therefore, must reject the idea of rights that flow from Him. Klaus Schwab believes in raw, naked power. What the Davos crowd needs is not a lecture on US crude oil, but a solemn exorcism.
Senator Lamping exhorts Marc Cox’s listeners to learn about Schwab and Davos. So, here you go. Two videos you need to watch now.
Look for Ann Wagner to face a strong challenge from the New Right in 2024.