Bolshevik Bezos—Part I

| June 24, 2017
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[Monday, 19 June 2017] White House Tech Summit hosted by President Trump. Notice the dead expression of Apple’s Tim Cook and Amazon’s Jeff Bezos. To We the People that existential expression of utter doom is the deconstruction of this Globalism Gestapo before our very eyes and is worth electing Trump again in 2020!

We are not attacking the corporations, but endeavoring to do away with any evil in them. We are not hostile to them; we are merely determined that they shall be so handled as to subserve the public good. We draw the line against misconduct, not against wealth.

~ Theodore Roosevelt, State of the Union (1902)

Bezos is a piece of work because he can sell you [nutraceutical] supplements, I can’t… because he’s ‘god’. It’s good when he sells them, but when I sell them it’s bad because I’m not allowed to have an economy and you’re not allowed to have an economy—Patriots, Christians, Conservatives, we’re not allowed to have anything!

~ Alex Jones,


The White House Kiss of Judas by Bolshevik Bezos (and others)

On June 20, InfoWars founder Alex Jones had a truly revelatory program on the issue of economic collapse of the U.S. economy spurred on by treasonous, greedy Globalists like Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos with the title, “Walmart killed Main Street, Amazon is Crashing the Whole Economy.” Jones said, “…[E]ven mainstream financial analysts are saying it is now time to break up Amazon… who is even putting Walmart out of business in many areas. Amazon, in the major metrics, is what is causing housing prices and building prices and real estate prices to plunge.”

“Amazon has an oligopoly that they’ve been allowed to set up with Communist China, with the Globalists. Bezos is a total eugenicist centralizer. He’s partnered with the CIA. He owns the Washington Post who they admit is the main weapons system against Trump and the American people,” Jones proclaimed. “He recently met with Trump showing a little bit of a capitulation because they tried to overthrow Trump. They tried to crush him, they tried to destroy him. Its failed and so now they’re going in a meeting with him, so is Google. Trump needs to know they’re never going to stop – They will kiss him to his face, they will kiss him on the neck, they will kiss him on the cheek, but behind his back their organs will continue to savage and go after him,” Jones stated, but added a note of optimism, “…because of the free market and because of basic success of Americana, our country, our economy this delicate ecosystem that is a quasi-free market system cannot operate with behemoths like Amazon undercutting everybody, creating monopolies; who also censor libertarian and conservative information.”


Where’s Trustbuster Theodore Roosevelt when you really need him?

On June 20th, I posted this reply to Alex Jones’s remarkable soliloquy on Bezos and their Globalist treason: ‘MONOPOLY ALERT! Is Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos getting too big to thrive is a Free Society? Where is Trump’s Justice Department’s anti-monopoly suit against this man (and against all the other oligarchs of Silicon Valley like Apple, Facebook, Oracle, Microsoft) who got rich exploiting Asian slave labor and using his political connections to Democrats (crony capitalism) to unfairly crush his competition.’

Where is Trustbuster Theodore Roosevelt when you really need him? Remember when shortly after Theodore Roosevelt became president (1901-09) right after the tragic assassination of President William McKinley (Sept. 14, 1901).

One of the first policies Theodore Roosevelt embarked on was to take the battle directly to the economic oligarchs of his day—Conrad Vanderbilt (railroads, shipping), John D. Rockefeller (oil), J.P. Morgan (Wall Street financier), Andrew Carnegie (steel and coal). These so-called “Robber Barons” had for decades been allowed to grow their industries into uncontrollable behemoths like mega-financier J.P. Morgan which according to wrote, “On February 20, 1895, J.P. Morgan & Co. led a bond offering that helped rescue the United States from a severe two-year economic depression. The crisis stemmed from the post-war railroad boom that triggered a series of bank failures and a run on gold.” This 1895 bank bailout of the U.S. government kept it from suffering another protracted Great Depression (called the ‘Great Panic of 1893’) before the big one hit U.S. in Oct. 1929.

According to Wikipedia, the historical narrative behind Theodore Roosevelt’s anti-monopoly or ‘Trustbusting’ zeal originated in his 1902 Inaugural Address as President:

One of Roosevelt’s acts as president was to deliver a 20,000-word address to Congress asking it to curb the power of large corporations (called “trusts”). He also spoke in support of organized labor to further chagrin big business, but to their delight, he endorsed the gold standard, protective tariffs and lower taxes. For his aggressive use of 1890 Sherman Antitrust Act, compared to his predecessors, he became mythologized as the “trust-buster”; but, he was more of a trust regulator. Roosevelt viewed big business as a necessary part of the American economy, and sought only to prosecute the “bad trusts” that restrained trade and charged unfair prices. He brought 44 antitrust suits, breaking up the Northern Securities Company (1904), the largest railroad monopoly; and regulating Standard Oil (1911), the largest oil and refinery company.

Beginning in 1902, President Theodore Roosevelt wage a protracted war using the Sherman Antitrust Act and the Supreme Court to enact regulatory reforms against corporate mega-monopolies which were very popular with the public by reigning in the excesses of extreme crony capitalism and economic oligopolies against ‘the little guy’.


Professor Washington’s Students Challenges Bezos Globalism (and I)

Several of my very astute Facebook friends made great comments on my initial InfoWars/Bezos posting. William Evarts wrote, “Jeff Bezos, part of the Deep State, and you can be sure he’s well compromised and blackmailed.” One of my former law students, Carran Maxey Manning, was passionate, specific, and blunt, “Jeff Bezos is a jerk. I tried to do business with him regarding his land here in Texas. He wasn’t interested. My client was willing to pay a lot of money for an effort to allow them to explore his land through seismic exploration. By letting us on his land to image the possibly minerals it would have allowed all the surrounding land owners to have the data collected on theirs, but since he said no, the technology only then allows the image to show what is possibly from a mile out from the edge of his land.”

As I was reading what Carran outlined above I thought to myself, ‘surely a big high-tech info guy like Bezos would agree with their helpful suggestions using advanced technology to make land use more efficient’? But then I remembered to sardonic aphorism of abolitionist, Frederick Douglass— “Power concedes nothing without a demand. It never did and it never will.” Carran continued her narrative, “We told him they could turn off the channels and not collect the data under his land but help his neighbors get a better image of his. No way, he said he didn’t need the money. We were aware of that so we offered to give the money to a charity of his choice. He still said no way. So much for being a good neighbor and helping mankind.” Carran, at least now you have the comfort of knowing that your ‘demand’, your valiant fight has been chronicled here for the Ages.

Former law student, Joseph Mazon, a Democrat was equally passionate writing, “How exactly does Amazon or Facebook ” use ” Asian labor as you allege? And what is wrong with Amazon penetrating grocery business? Eventually, they will start hurting Wal Mart, how’s THAT a bad thing? The supermarket business has been segmented and fragmented for decades now. Kroger’s and Publix and Trader Joe’s as well, run companies and have nothing to fear. Others? Should have gone [many] years ago.” He continued his arguments, “Professor, the REAL problem with labor in America is neither Obama, nor Trump nor exporting of jobs. The REAL problem is the twin threats of automation and outdated ways of doing business. Why do we need a mall store? with rent, utilities, insurance, labor… when we can buy the same things from our phone, cheaper and faster and less stress? Why do we need to pay a high school graduate $25 – $50 per hour plus benefits for doing a job that a machine can do for free?”

To my Democrat student, Joseph who seems to extol the utopian glories of a future day when machines will replace humans, besides the words and intellectual arguments presented in this essay by Alex Jones (and others), I can only retort with the prescient words of Twilight Zone creator, Rod Sterling who in a 1960s TV episode titled, The Obsolete Man, said, “He was obsolete. But so is the State, the entity he worshiped. Any state, any entity, any ideology that fails to recognize the worth, the dignity, the rights of Man, that state is obsolete.”

Obama as the ‘Obsolete Man’ – “Logic is an enemy,

and truth is a menace.” (Rod Sterling, Twilight Zone)

Returning to Alex Jones’ sardonic soliloquy of Gestapo Globalism of Bezos and other psychopathic oligarchs of American industry, Jones said, “Notice how Amazon can be the biggest seller in the world of supplements and nutraceuticals; a lot of them are total crap, the FDA does nothing, but the cleanest, best organizations that put out the most highly certified, quality products get harassed because they’re not mega-giants.” Here, Alex Jones singular valor and intellectual rectitude is demonstrative of our modern times. Listening to Jones was like turning back the clock over 100 years to 1902 at the Inauguration of President Theodore Roosevelt, America’s first Progressive President. A big, bold, uncompromised Man valiantly fighting inside the arena of ideas, inside the arena like the biblical David of antiquity warring against Goliath, fighting to shut this big, arrogant giant’s mouth that foolishly ranted and raged against God.

Fast forward to today, now InfoWars and the Man in the arena is Alex Jones fighting valiantly against Socialism Slavery, against the Gestapo Globalist Giants to proclaim economic liberty and the destruction of Communist/Socialist tyranny over We the People. “Notice how MSM attacks us all day because we sell the bio true selenium, the purest, highest-quality selenium that we can find out there… we’re not allowed exist, everything we do is evil and bad, but Bezos can sell any nutraceutical supplement he wants from total crap to super high quality,” Jones said as he bring lofty political theory down to grassroots economic facts.

“But it gets worse,” Jones cautions, “now he [Bezos] bought Whole Foods; that of the almost 40 products we’ve got 10 of them are made by pot labs that produce for Whole Foods and we private label. And the word is politically they may not let us anymore. Bezos is a piece of work because he can sell you supplements I can’t… because he’s ‘god’; it’s good when he sells them, but when I sell them it’s bad because I’m not allowed to have an economy and you’re not allowed to have an economy—Patriots, Christians, Conservatives—we’re not allowed to have anything. That’s why it’s an act of resistance and rebellion when you buy products in, from our little high-quality secure shopping cart and not from Amazon, that Globalist, anti-gun, anti-Christian, pro-Islamic turd basket.”

English playwright George Bernard Shaw was surely prophetic about history when he said— “The more things change, the more they stay the same.” 115 years ago, in 1902 a Progressive Republican (not a Socialist Democrat) named Theodore Roosevelt waged a one-man David vs. Goliath battle against the godlike, arrogant mega-oligarchs of his day and won! Roosevelt’s battle against excesses of capitalism made conservatives feel uncomfortable as acquiescing to soft Socialism, but in the end Roosevelt’s Will to Power triumphed over politics and the big crushing small businesses without recourse. Theodore Roosevelt, in his famous 1902 State of the Union threw down the gauntlet against the Globalist Robber Barons of his day— John D. Rockefeller, J.P. Morgan, Cornelius Vanderbilt, Andrew Carnegie and many other mega-trusts. Roosevelt even sued in 44 separate antitrust cases all the way up to the Supreme Court… And David killed Goliath (at least for a time). Roosevelt stated his unshakeable intentions against anti-monopoly capitalism or ‘Trustbusting’ in his famous 1902 Inaugural Address—

We are not attacking the corporations, but endeavoring to do away with any evil in them. We are not hostile to them; we are merely determined that they shall be so handled as to subserve [betray] the public good. We draw the line against misconduct, not against wealth.

Let U.S. pray that President Trump will be a worthy successor to the anti-monopoly legacy of President Theodore Roosevelt—to tirelessly fight the crony capitalism, endemic corruption and Mafia-style tactics of today’s anti-competition Gestapo Globalists like Apple’s Tim Cook, Microsoft’s Bill Gates, Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg, and Amazon’s Jeff Bezos.





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Ellis Washington, since his intellectual apotheosis embracing a Conservative and ‘America First’ worldview (Christmas Day, 1982), has been a Blacklisted Black Intellectual in America—his promising academic career all but destroyed by the Marxist Academy and liberal hegemony through invidious discrimination, nevertheless his Credo—Lex iniusta non est lex—‘An unjust law is no law at all,’ and his Manifesto chronicles his existential struggles against Liberal Fascism that continues to this day for me, and against hundreds of thousands of other minority academics who reject Globalism, Progressivism, Liberal Fascism, and Socialism Slavery in all of its surreptitious guises. *N.B.: See biographical essays Birth of a Conservative Intellectual, Part 1 and Birth of a Conservative Intellectual, Part 2. Washington is a graduate of DePauw University (B.M., Education/History, 1983); University of Michigan (M.M., Music Performance [French horn], 1986; John Marshall Law School (J.D., 1994); Post-graduate studies at Harvard (Musicology, Law, 1988-89) and Michigan State University (History, 2004). Washington is a former Staff Editor at the Michigan Law Review (1989), Law Clerk at the Sixty-Plus Elder Law Clinic (1991), and Law Clerk at The Rutherford Institute (1992). Presently he is an Adjunct Professor of Law at the National Paralegal College and the National Juris University, where he has taught courses in—Constitutional Law, Legal Ethics, Contracts, Property, Administrative Law, American History, Advanced Legal Writing, and in many other subjects. A founding board member of Salt and Light Global, LLC (2014), a Christian-based legal/education organization dedicated to protecting First Amendment Religious Liberty, Washington was a co-host on Joshua's Trial, a radio show of Christian conservative thought (2010-16). A prolific writer on numerous disciplines, his latest law review articles include: Nigger Manifesto: Institutional, Intellectual and Ideological Racism inside the American Academy, “UnNatural Law of Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes” (—forthcoming, Faulkner Law Review, Fall 2017) and Social Darwinism in Nazi Family and Inheritance Law." Washington has written 10 books where many of his writings have been accepted in the Chambers Library of the Supreme Court including his latest opus is a 5-Volume collection of over 1,200 essays, articles, monographs, law review manuscripts, and Socratic dialogues – THE PROGRESSIVE REVOLUTION, Vols. I-V: 2009-16 Writings —History of Liberal Fascism through the Ages, (University Press of America, 2009-16). Visit his Law & History blog,, an essential repository of history, legal history, politics, philosophy, critical theory, and literary classics dedicated to educating future generations of ‘America First’ Nationalists, young Conservative intellectuals and Critical Thinkers of every ideological spectrum. Contact Ellis at his email:, at his Twitter @EllisWashington , and at his Facebook page.

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