U.S. Government


The U.S. Government is Hopelessly Corrupt

Lawrence Sellin, PhD

I went to war for the United States three times. I have always loved my country. I still do.

It is the U.S. government that I despise, which has deliberately and decisively separated itself from the American people.

In his 1993 book, “The Wish for Kings,” Lewis Lapham described the U.S. government as an oligarchy: “that 2% of the population who own the media and the banks, manage the government, operate the universities, print the money, write the laws and, every four years, hire a President.”

Is there any doubt that the oligarchy hired the enfeebled Joe Biden to run for President and carry out its wishes because Donald Trump would not?

That was the essence of the 2020 election and an explanation for the last four years of political turmoil in which the oligarchy illegitimately tried to remove Trump from the Presidency.

But it is now far worse than that.

In the past decades, the oligarchy was manipulating government simply to maximize its profits, as Lapham wrote:

“The politicians dress up the deals in the language of law or policy, but they’re in the business of brokering the tax revenue, and what keeps them in office is not their talent for oratory but their skill at redistributing the national income in a way that rewards their clients, patrons, friends and campaign contributors.”

Today, in addition to maximizing profits, the oligarchy wants to control what you read, what you think and what you are permitted to express.

There is an unholy and dangerous alliance combining the media and Big Tech with the national security state, that is, the intelligence services, the military-industrial complex and law enforcement.

It is, quite literally, an effort to abrogate the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution and eliminate free speech.

The United States government has gone beyond authoritarianism towards the Chinese Communist Party model of state capitalism and totalitarianism.

And what better candidate to carry that model forward than Joe Biden, who is already compromised by his close connections with the Chinese government?

Make no mistake, President Trump won the 2020 Presidential Election.

Make no mistake, President Donald Trump won the 2020 Presidential election. It was stolen, not only from him, but, more importantly, it was stolen from the American people by the well-organized and well-financed application of massive electoral fraud.

A detailed description of the election fraud was published by Dr. Peter Navarro.

Most of what the media are reporting about the election and the events following it, such as the so-called “assault” on the Capitol building, are lies combined with Big Tech censorship and psychological operations conducted by those with connections to the national security state.

Media disinformation and Big Tech censorship are extensions of and an attempt to solidify the fraudulent 2020 election, which was not simply a contest between the Democrat and Republican ideologies, but a battle between the entrenched power of the bipartisan political establishment versus the freedom and well-being of the American people

Contrary to the claims of the discredited media, there was never a cult of personality.

Donald Trump was an instrument by which the American people might wrest control of their own government from the vicelike grip of the oligarchy.

The oligarchy hates, not just Trump, but hates and fears the American people, who represent an obstacle to the oligarchy’s use of government as a lever to obtain personal power and profit.

It is a fundamental principle of democracy that the efficiency and effectiveness of government are directly dependent upon the trustworthiness of government officials as representatives and executors of the views and desires of the people.

Americans now believe that we are not citizens of a republic, but subjects of a fraudulently-elected aristocracy, composed of a self-absorbed permanent political class, which serves the interests of international financiers at the expense of the American people

Although we have elections in the United States, we no longer have representative government.

As an American patriot, it is painful for me to admit it because I have always considered the United States as history’s greatest democratic republic, but my country’s government is hopelessly corrupt.

The U.S. government must be stripped bare and rebuilt from the ground up according to the U.S. constitution as it was written, not how it has been interpreted by the self-centered incompetents, cowards, profiteers and deranged, but otherwise unemployable ideologues, all of whom currently populate the government’s executive, judicial and legislative branches.

Three years before the start of the American Civil War, Abraham Lincoln said a government cannot endure permanently half slave and half free — that a house divided against itself cannot stand.

Likewise, a government separated from the people cannot stand.

He may be inaugurated, but Joe Biden will never, under any circumstances, be considered a legitimate President.


Lawrence C. Sellin, Ph.D.

Distinguished Leadership Award
Lawrence C. Sellin. PhD, received a M.S. in Biology from Seton Hall University in 1973 and a PhD in Physiology from UMDNJ in 1978 under the supervision of Dr. Joseph J. McArdle.  His work centered on the neurotrophic effects of reinnervation on mammalian skeletal muscle.  He then completed three years of postdoctoral training at the Department of Physiology, University of Virginia Medical School and the Department of Pharmacology, University of Lund, Sweden, where he conducted research on dystrophic muscle and voltage clamp on reinnervating muscle.

In 1980, Dr. Sellin became a Research Physiologist at the U.S. Army Medical research Institute of Infectious Diseases at Fort Detrick, Maryland, where he conducted electrophysiological studies on the action of botulinum toxin at the neuromuscular junction. From 1984 to 1989, he conducted research in the Finnish Alcohol Research Institute and was a cardiovascular project manager at Orion Pharmaceutical Company, where he was a co-inventor on two patented compounds. Dr. Sellin returned to the U.S. in 1989, working as a research grant administrator at both the National Science Foundation and the National Institutes of Health. From 1992 until 2000, he held positions of increasing responsibility at Astra and the merged AstraZeneca Pharmaceutical Company in the areas of clinical research and business management, ending his career with AstraZeneca as Global Director of E-Commerce and Internet Operations.  In 1992 he was appointed Adjunct Associate Professor of Biophysics at the University of Oulu in Finland. Since 2000, he has worked for IBM as a European executive in Wireless E-Business and most recently as a Partner in IBM’s Business Consulting services. He has over 90 publications and abstracts on a broad range of topics in both science and business, and has made numerous presentations at international business conferences.

Dr. Sellin also is a Colonel in the U.S. Army Reserve and a veteran of the war in Afghanistan, where he was Commander of the Central Corps Advisory Group.   Currently, he is Chief of Staff, Special Operations Command, Pacific.  He is a graduate of the U.S. Army Command and General Staff College and he will receive a Master’s Degree in Strategic Studies from the U.S. Army War College in July 2006. His decorations include the Joint Service Commendation Medal, the Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal and the Combat Infantryman Badge.