#JerryBrownForPrison: “we need to wash our brains out”

Jerry Brown fiddles while California burns.

Niagara Falls are partially frozen and half of the USA is covered in snow.

A coalition of UN agencies and foreign NGOs has been enticing officials of the U.S. municipalities and even states to collaborate with them directly, bypassing the federal government and breaking the laws.  The best known among such attempts is ICLEI  (International Council for Local Environmental Initiatives).  Contrary to its name, it’s a centrally controlled foreign political entity.  It’s connected to the Climate Action Network (another foreign NGO) and the notorious Agenda 21.  Jerry Brown answered their siren song and went completely mad. Yes, even madder than he had been. From Politico:

Crusading across Europe in his Fitbit and his dark, boxy suit, Brown advances California and its policies almost as an alternative to the United States—and his waning governorship, after a lifetime in politics, as a quixotic rejection of the provincial limits of the American governor. In the growing chasm between Trump’s Washington and California—principally on climate change, but also taxes, health care, gun control and immigration—Brown is functioning as the head of something closer to a country than a state.

Then, his progressive madness bursts out:

“It’s not just a light rinse,” Brown said. “We need a total, I might say, brainwashing. We need to wash our brains out and see a very different kind of world.”

In a rush of climate diplomacy this year, Brown traveled to China to meet with President Xi Jinping, then to Russia to participate in an international economic forum.

His own brains have been washed out long ago.  On the other hand, he might just be pretending to be crazy in order to go to a mental asylum instead of prison.

The nation’s most populous state was cleaving from Washington, and Brown was its marshaling force.
“… I think Jerry Brown has long imagined himself as a kind of global player,” says Orville Schell, who wrote a biography of Brown in 1978 and remains in contact with him. “He does see California, as the sixth-largest economy of the world, as capable of playing more of a nation-state-like role.”

 

The federal government has the exclusive authority over the foreign affairs.  By conducting his own foreign policy, Jerry Brown infringes on the rights of all the citizens.  It’s time for Jeff Sessions to indict California Governor Jerry Brown for his multiple violations of 18 U.S. Code Chapter 115 (TREASON, SEDITION, AND SUBVERSIVE ACTIVITIES).  The longer he waits, the more harm will come.
BTW, I have forgotten to congratulate Jerry Brown and Al Gore with their professional day.  October 24 was Quisling Execution Day, the 72th anniversary. I hope they celebrated it in a meaningful way

(updated since publication on Nov 12, 2017)

2 thoughts on “#JerryBrownForPrison: “we need to wash our brains out”

  1. His predecessor is swanning around the world whilst also fighting climate change:

    http://www.politico.com/magazine/story/2017/10/06/arnold-schwarzenegger-oktoberfest-215685

    “…six years after leaving Sacramento, he’s still reinventing himself—as a kind of globetrotting do-gooder, promoting a handful of causes like fighting climate change and gerrymandering.

    But mostly, he’s having a hell of a good time. Wherever he goes, everybody knows him. Everybody loves him.

    With a net worth estimated at $300 million, he zips around the world in private jets and has restaurant owners pick up his tab because they’re just so honored he chose to eat there.

    Constant selfies. He sounds off on whatever he wants, but has no actual responsibility. His perfect day is waking up and not knowing what country he’ll eat dinner in.”

  2. I suspect, any day now, gov. “Moonbeam” and California will try and cesede from the Union. Remember what happened the last time 13 southern states tried that?
    The E.P.A. needs to be done away with and Gov. Brown removed from office. I suppose All Gore needs a cause (even a manufactured one). to remain relevant.

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