The Right (Republican)/ Left (Democrat) paradigm is the illusion that we have a 2 party system. The fact is that the leaders at the top are working toward a common goal of Totalitarianism. The Right and the Left just have different pathways leading us down that same road. The Right and the Left are like two wings on the same ugly bird, with the same flight plan.
Judge Andrew Napolitano describes it this way:
"I believe we have a one party system in this country, called the big-government party. There is a Republican branch that likes war and deficits and assaulting civil liberties. There is a Democratic branch that likes welfare and taxes and assaulting commercial liberties."
Watch this short video about how the Right and Left are played against each other:
HOW THE GAME WORKS:
G. Edward Griffin explains how the illusion of the Right/ Left paradigm and political tactics, like controlled opposition, are used.
AGENDA 21 SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS:
Agenda 21 has a scheme to fit both parties. For example, when the Left is in power, the Wildlands Project (the "protection" of wildlife by removing humans from 50% of America's landscape) is pursued. Land is nationalized for parks. Land is made worthless by preventing extraction of resources (like water, timber, oil, etc) through the Endangered Species Act. Eminent domain is inflicted upon landowners. The overall scheme is to take land from private landowners and to push people into cities.
When the Right holds power, Smart Growth (the concentration of people into cities, building up, not out, and mixed use buildings). A common vehicle to accomplish this is the PPP (Public-Private Partnership) in which corporations or other entities partner with the government for profit. This can happen when state and local governments go bankrupt and then sell off land, utilities, water, sewage systems, roads, etc. The corporation is interested in profit and uses the government to influence and enforce policies.
The overall net plan is to abolish private property by consolidating people into cities, and barring us from nature, preventing economic development and preventing extraction of resources (like water, oil, timber, etc).