Suggests Green Liberty Bloc Could Lead Green Party and Build Worldwide Movement
Watch interview on Rumble: https://rumble.com/v3ywi4z-emanuel-pastreich-speaks-on-building-a-green-liberty-bloc.html
Statement for Green Liberty Caucus From Emanuel Pastreich: read notice for this event here.
The Green Party US
Independent Candidate for President
August 7, 2023
It is a great honor to have the opportunity to speak with the Green Liberty Caucus of the Green Party US today and to renew my personal ties to the Green Party. As you know I worked closely with the Green Party in Illinois from 2001 to 2004 and again with Jill Stein on peace in Korea back in 2017.
I am both inspired and also flattered that some have suggested that I could play a role in the Green Party in the future, and I have spent a bit of time contemplating how I might contribute.
My conclusion is that I am not important, but that my discussion with you today can be a catalyst for transforming the Green Liberty Caucus into the heart of a nationwide, even worldwide, movement to restore the rule of law, to rebuild a functioning republic, to create a peace economy, and to affirm our commitment at every level to protecting the rights of the citizen and assuring a transparent civil society in which the tension is not between a bloated bureaucracy and the “private sector” (i.e. multinational corporations and investment banks that function as an effective totalitarian government) but rather between a constitutional transparent government and citizens who form independent local communities.
I do not need to explain to you just how serious the combined threat of nuclear war, the use of technology to dumb down and enslave the citizens, the destruction of the environment and the collapse of biodiversity, and the radical concentration of wealth has become.
What we need is a party, a campaign, and above all, a movement, that can actually talk about these threats, rather than discussing only those topics that the rich and powerful allow us to discuss. That means forming a real political party and becoming citizens, not consumers, once again.
I hope you will join with me in whatever way is appropriate, and with others like me, and like you, across the nation, while we can still make decisions on own without the permission of Siri or Bixby, while we can still get some information without having to identify which squares have boats or bicycles on them.
Like you, I have had enough of watching the United States occupied by global financial interests that hide behind progressive or conservative masks while they dish out destruction with the ruthlessness of serial killers, while they seize control of local government using IT multinationals and privatized police and intelligence corporations.
I declare today:
“The United States is a republic and a democracy, not a tyranny, not a psychopathocracy.
I may be elected president. I may end my days in extreme poverty—which is nothing to be ashamed of. I may end up locked up in a prison, or in a mental hospital, on trumped-up charges, or I may be found floating in some river. That part of this struggle is totally, totally, unimportant for you.
What I promise you is that Warren Buffet, Bill Gates, Elon Musk, Jeff Bezos, the families of Winsor, Saud, Walton, Koch, Rockerfeller, and DuPont, and the rest of that crew of techo-tyrants and bio-fascists in Washington and Berlin, in Tokyo and Moscow, in London and Beijing, are going down.
They will be punished and their true crimes made known to the world.
We don’t care how many politicians they own, how many billions they claim to possess, or how many celebrities and authorities they keep as pets.
We will not be misled by fake conflicts between races or ideologies that were planned by transhumanists and bankers so as to detract and confuse us.
The other day, a Washington insider remarked to me, “Your campaign is a vanity campaign.”
“Let me tell you about ‘vanity’ campaigns, and ‘vanity’ governance. All I see in Washington D.C. is vanity campaigns. Vanity and death stretch all the way to the horizon.
“I ask, I demand, of any of those politicians who think that they are qualified to run for president,
Have you condemned the criminal operation that planned a false flag attack on the United States, known as the 9.11 incident, as a means of dragging the United States into foreign wars and demolishing the republic? Have you asked for an international investigation?
Have you demanded the return to the Federal Reserve of the 10 to 15 trillion dollars stolen between January and September of 2020 by multinational investment banks and other global players? Have you demanded that the criminals behind that theft be jailed?
Have you condemned the promotion of a bogus “pandemic” known as COVID-19 as a means to end freedom of action for citizens, to enact criminal lockdowns and quarantines, and to promote dangerous “vaccines” made by multinational corporations that are killing millions? Have you demanded that those responsible be jailed and that their assets be seized?
If you have not done so, fellow politicians, then surely your candidacy for president, or senator, or congressman, or mayor, or dogcatcher is a fraud, is a vanity campaign, of the worst sort.”
I will not lecture you, fellow party members, about what we should do next. I ask, I beg, for your guidance, your insights, and your vision.
One thing is certain. The Constitution empowers you as citizens, and the elected officials chosen by you and who report to you.
The Constitution does not include a single word about multinational corporations, IT firms, private equity, or the Democratic and Republican Parties—which have degenerated into criminal syndicates that hear only their master’s voice. Remember that fact when those who claim a gaudy and decadent authority try to tell you what to do.
The Constitution defines what the nation is and it does not empower anyone else than you. The first step for us is NOT raising money; is NOT getting in the newspapers and television; is NOT flattering the self-appointed public intellectuals who bask in the dreary limelight of Washington.
No! the first step is to affirm among ourselves that:
“We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men and women are created equal, that they are endowed with unalienable rights, among these are life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness, and that to secure these rights, governments are instituted among us, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed.”
“That whenever any form of government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the right of the people to alter or to abolish it, and to institute new government, laying its foundation on such principles and organizing its powers in such form, as shall seem most likely to effect our safety and happiness.
And proclaiming that:
“When a long train of abuses and usurpations, pursuing invariably the same object evinces a design to reduce citizens to rule under absolute despotism, it is the citizens’ right, and it is their duty, to throw off such government, and to provide new guards for their future security.”