"Behind the ostensible government
sits enthroned an invisible government,
owing no allegiance and acknowledging
no responsibility to the people."

"We have heard that half a million
children have died. I mean that's more
children than died in Hiroshima. You
know, is the price worth it?"

"I think this is a very hard choice,
but the price, we think the price is
worth it."

Chosen by God
And the world has to answer to us
We'll show who we are
If you cannot believe it
We are chosen by God
You are with or against us
There is no in between

"Our enemies are innovative
and resourceful - and so are we.
They never stop thinking about new
ways to harm our country and our
people - and neither do we."

"The biggest threat to America today
is not communism, it's moving America
toward a fascist theocracy. And everything
that's happened during the Reagan
administration is steering us right down
that pipe."

"...you said: 'The people that were elected
last week'. They have not been elected. That
is the point that I'm making, and in the case
of Baroness Ashton: she has never been elected
to public office in her entire life. She takes
an enormously powerful job, and the peoples of
Europe, of Britain, of everywhere else - do not
have the power to hold her to account, and to
remove her. And that fundamentally is what is
wrong with this whole European Union. It's all
about bureaucracy versus democracy. Things have
gone horribly, horribly wrong."

Chosen by God
And the world has to answer to us
We'll show who we are
When you least will expect it
We are chosen by God
You are with or against us
There is no no

[Georgia Guidestones' inscriptions recitation]

Chosen by God
And the world has to answer to us
We'll show who we are
And you better believe it
We are chosen by God
You are with or against us
There is no alternative


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