America Is Already Under Foreign Occupation

The New American
by Luis Miguel



One of the most extreme scenarios constitutionalists often envision, the one we hope would unite Americans against a common enemy, is the prospect of a military invasion by a foreign power. We think of enemy troops marching through the streets á la Red Dawn, partly in alarm and partly enthused at the opportunity to exercise the Second Amendment against a threat from abroad.

But while imagining such dramatic scenarios can be an entertaining mental exercise, it misses the mark to believe that America’s enemies would bet their plans for the nation’s destruction on such a daring military operation which, given the logistics that would be inherent in the attempted invasion of a country as large, wealthy, and powerful as the United States, would certainly be doomed to failure.

The reality is that international forces don’t need to launch a military invasion because they already have America under foreign occupation — and the beauty of it, for them, is that most Americans don’t even realize it.

It can be heart-wrenching to have to accept that the world you thought you knew isn’t really the one that exists. But the truth is the truth, and while conservatives may speak often about “losing our country” and “stopping the communist takeover of America,” these dark eventualities came to pass long ago.

America has been sold to the highest bidders by a corrupt, kleptocratic political class. The “selling out” has occurred in various ways and to several different buyers.

For one, the United States government, like the governments of many countries, is run by an international oligarchy that has no allegiance to any nation, including America. The oligarchs themselves largely belong to the world’s most wealthy, elite families whose fortunes have in large measure come from banking — the Rothschilds, the Rockefellers, etc.

The instruments of the oligarchs include central banks and globalist influence organizations like the Council on Foreign Relations, Bilderberg, the Trilateral Commission, the Bohemian Club, and Chatham House. Also included are many of the world’s regional governing bodies — the United Nations, the European Union, etc. — which erode the sovereignty of individual nations and which globalists use as steppingstones to world government.

In his 1966 book Tragedy and Hope, Georgetown University historian Carroll Quigley, a mentor to former president Bill Clinton who was an ally of the global financial elites, detailed his friends’ ultimate aim:

The powers of financial capitalism had another far-reaching aim, nothing less than to create a world system of financial control in private hands able to dominate the political system of each country and the economy of the world as a whole. This system was to be controlled in a feudalist fashion by the central banks of the world acting in concert, by secret agreements arrived at in frequent and private meetings and conferences.

The goal is to bring back feudalism, with the global oligarchs as lords and regular folk as peasants. The major initiatives being pushed by globalist entities — such as the World Economic Forum’s Great Reset and the UN’s Agenda 21/30 — are designed with that goal in mind.

Foreign states have also bought up or are in the process of buying up America under the approval of the oligarchs. High among those powers gaining greater and greater control in the country is Communist China. Our politicians are making it easy for them, as office-holders from both sides of the aisle — including Joe Biden and Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell — have deep financial ties to Beijing.

Just last month, Biden sold U.S. reserve oil to a Chinese firm connected to his son, Hunter. One of his first acts on Day One in office was terminating a Trump-era executive order that had kept China and other foreign powers from gaining a foothold in America’s energy grid.

As far back as 2014, Tom DeWeese wrote at The New American:

In San Francisco, California, China Vanke signed a deal for a $620 million luxury condo project. In Oakland, California, another Chinese company (Zarsion) signed a deal for $1.5 billion for a development deal. In Irvine, California, a housing development will include some of the nation’s largest developers using Chinese money. In New York City, Zhang Xin, CEO of Soho China, joined with Banco Safra Bank of Brazil to buy a piece of the General Motors Building in Midtown.

A Chinese developer, Dalian Wanda Group, is planning to build a luxury hotel in Manhattan. In Florida, Chinese investors have put $30 million into the state’s Charter Schools and are intending to invest even more in coming days. Twelve Chinese investors have put $16 million into an aquaculture project on 100 acres in Fellsmere, Florida.

In Virginia, the Chinese bought Smithfield Foods and its 460 large farms and facilities in 26 states, employing tens of thousands of Americans. More recent efforts show the Chinese making major investments in the Detroit auto industry.

Meanwhile, the federal government continues to allow a literal invasion at the southern border, sacrificing American citizens’ safety, quality of life, and well-being for the sake of the rest of the world’s population.


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