Rick Perry’s Cynical Effort to Exploit the Tea Party Movement and States’ Rights

Kurt Nimmo
April 15, 2009

Texas Governor Rick Perry’s says the state may secede. Perry made the comment after a Tax Day Tea Party speech he delivered at the Austin City Hall.

“An animated Perry told the crowd,” reports the Houston Chronicle, “that officials in Washington have abandoned the country’s founding principles of limited government. He said the federal government is strangling Americans with taxation, spending and debt.” He later told the media Texas might want to secede from the union. He then said, well, not really.

According to Politico, Perry’s theatrical rejection of Obama’s “stimulus” (debt to the bankers) money has “made him popular among the big government opponents who attended Wednesday’s ‘tea party’ events across the nation.”

Instead these opponents to the banker plan to stack up debt for the foreseeable future are unwittingly falling victim to Perry’s cynical brand of election politics. Perry is running against fellow Republican Kay Bailey Hutchison, who he bombastically defines as part of the Washington problem, not the Texas solution.

Part of his election strategy is to back House Concurrent Resolution 50 confirming the Tenth Amendment.

“I believe that our federal government has become oppressive in its size, its intrusion on the lives of our citizens, and its interference with the affairs of our state,” he declared on April 14. “That is why I am here today to express my unwavering support for efforts all across our country to reaffirm states’ rights affirmed by the Tenth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.”

“He’s all upset about the bailout money, TARP money, the stimulus money. This is great stuff,” gushed Rush Limbaugh, who then said the Department of Homeland Security had Perry in mind when it wrote the right-wing extremist paper posted on Infowars and then broadcast across the corporate media.

Please. Rick Perry is a consummate insider who is merely exploiting the tea party movement for his own shrewd political ends. He was instrumental in the development of the Trans-Texas Corridor, part of the CFR’s plan to build a “North American Community.” He was at the center of a plan to privatize Texas Utilities and sell them off to global investment firms, including the bankster outfits Goldman Sachs and Credit Suisse First Boston (see Aaron Dykes, Gov. Perry Summoned to Bilderberg While Insider Trading Charges Mount in Related Texas Buyout). He also advocated subjecting Texans to the HPV vaccine.

“The NAFTA ’superhighway’ linking Mexico, the U.S. and Canada is already underway. A Texas legislator tried to stop this massive mile-wide structure, but Texas Gov. Rick Perry vetoed the bill. The governor is a Bilderberger with the same CFR viewpoint,” Don Snyder wrote for the Napa Valley Register.

Rick Perry attended the Bilderberg Group meeting in Istanbul, Turkey, in 2007. “Robert Black, the governor’s press secretary, said the governor was invited to attend and speak about state-federal relations,” the Dallas Morning News reported on May 31, 2007. It should be noted that state governors are often invited to Bilderberg meetings to be groomed for the presidency, as Bill Clinton was groomed at the Bilderberg meeting in 1991 held at Baden-Baden, Germany.

In June of 2007, Ron Paul said Perry’s elbow rubbing with the cabal of notorious Constitution-hating globalists and royalty should be investigated under the Logan Act. The Logan Act is a federal law that forbids unauthorized citizens from negotiating with foreign governments and is a felony punishable with imprisonment of up to three years.

The CFR, with Rick Perry’s help, is working to convert “the U.S. from a sovereign Constitution Republic into a servile member of a one-world dictatorship,” as Congressmen John R. Rarick once described it.

He is not a friend of the Constitution and the Tenth Amendment.

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