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‘The American Intelligence Community has finally
done to the USA
what they have been doing all around the world’.


Wednesday, November 14, 2012

Obama Campaigning: $3 In Cuts For Every $1 In Taxes --- Obama at Debate: $2.5 in Cuts For Every $1 In Taxes --- Obama's Actual Plan: $4 In Taxes For Every $1 In Cuts


Consider this:
The Cloward–Piven strategy is a political strategy outlined in 1966 by American sociologists and political activists Richard Cloward (1926–2001) and Frances Fox Piven (b. 1932) that called for overloading the U.S. public welfare system in order to precipitate a crisis that would lead to a replacement of the welfare system with a national system of "a guaranteed annual income and thus an end to poverty".
Now, please tell me how we are going to avoid Obama from actually carrying out these plans.

Obama was nurtured on Marxism, Cloward-Piven, and Saul Alinsky.

His mentor was Jeremiah Wright, who taught a form of Black Liberationist Theology which is, essentially, Marxism.

His friends are the terrorists Bill Ayers, Bernadine Doerhn, and the Marxist Frank Marshall Davis.

He appointed Van Jones (self-admitted "radical Black Nationalist"), Steven Chu (who told people he wants to raise gas prices to $8 a gallon), Cass Sunstein, Valerie Jarrett, and Samantha Power (who spoke of using the military to force the Right of Return on Israel).

The man has told us who he is.

He has broken the legislative process, and shown the inclination to do so more in the future.

He is ignoring a Contempt of Congress ruling on his Attorney General.

He sent his Secretary of State to Australia, just in time to avoid her testimony in front of Congress on Benghazi.

And, he was elected to a second term by an electorate who has become so addicted to government handouts that they no longer care about the details of law, or the responsibilities of Freedom.

We are checkmated, my friends.

We have no way out of this.

You can petition your government, you can pass laws, you can appeal to the courts, but every direction you run, you will find a Leftist around the corner to put a stop to your notion that you have god-given Rights articulated by the U.S. Constitution.

If I am wrong, if you believe there is still a legislative/Judicial process by which we can take back power, please tell me what it is.

But, do me and yourself the favor of facing the reality of our fellows "citiznes" and tell me how you are going to convince the junkies to give up their crack.

Please tell me how to get out of Checkmate.
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Anonymous Anonymous said...

Strait times come in history. Our time is such a time, millennial, full of fast currents, tossing, eddied, dangerous to pass through.” -- John Fowles, “The Aristos"

The thing is under the boat. The crew suspects as much but can't know for sure exactly where it is. They won't know where Leviathan is until it rises, inevitable and unstoppable, from the deep directly beneath them.

Can you feel it lurking just under the surface? I can and I think you can as well. The Greeks knew it as "Nemesis." Melville's Ahab knew it as "thou damned whale" and he struck at it from Hell's heart. Unperturbed it gathered him up and took him down. Then it took the boat and after that the ship. All save one followed. The whale beneath the surface of America's life is still there and all signs point to its breaching soon. Exactly where and exactly how are still unknown, but soon.

I feel the thing beneath the boat and I think others of my fellow citizens in ever growing millions feel it as well. We do not feel good about it and what it augers for the near and far future.

The jobs are not coming back. To know that you need to get off the inter-states; off the scenic blue highways that lead to your summer beach retreats. You need to get into the towns that have been passed by; the towns whose main industry has become food stamps and "assistance." These towns are growing in number daily and will continue to grow.

There is no work in these towns. The factories that supported them are long dead or dying. They, like the people they supported, are carbon based life forms and the strange insects that govern us seem to be united in making sure they never return. The checks and the food stamps come, but that's not enough to paint the houses or put in the gardens or do much more than eat too many pizzas and drink too much watery beer. The young would leave but more and more there's no place to go. They spend their time instead deciding on what sort of new tattoo will go well with the previous twenty.

The building of new houses and malls and condos and other large construction projects are not coming back. And even if they did where would we find the workers trained to build them? Old carpenters have moved on to making a living at something other than construction. There's not enough work to bring young ones onto the job and help them to master the skills needed. When a nation stops building it stops having the jobs that can train the next generation of builders. Mexicans, working cheap and off the books, are still in some demand, but there's a limit to repainting and the kind of minor brickwork that makes for a pleasant garden.

The money isn't coming back except at something worth less with every passing day. It begins to seem like mere slips of paper or a meaningless string of numbers that always seems to decrease. The stock market moves in fits and starts but doesn't seem to inspire the confidence needed to boost what once was the middle class. The debt looms ahead and consumes everything even as the argument is over whether or not to increase the debt rather than pay it down.

It's large and it's under the boat and it is beginning to rise. The crew is confused and flailing about. And the captain is insane but convinced he's on the right course. During the boom years it was commonly said, "A rising tide lifts all boats." True enough, but the rising of Leviathan can break the spine of our boat and send it down into the Maelstrom. And the thing is under the boat.

Link: http://americandigest.org/mt-archives/american_studies/the_ship_of_state.php

Thursday, November 15, 2012 12:20:00 am  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Daniel Greenfield aka Sultan Knish summed it up well:

"...The difference between the left and the right is that the left has a five-year plan and the right has a five-second plan. The left knows what it's going to do four years from now when the numbers look even worse than they do today. But what is the right going to do? Run another cheerful capitalist who promises to use his Olympics experience to fix the economy, but never really seizes those grievances and goes for the throat? That's what the left is counting on.

And until then maybe it's time to serve up some more amnesty. Because who can have just one portion of a delicious demographic treat like unsustainable economics fused with millions of free votes?

No game is unwinnable. But you have to know the odds and play to win. Demographics, like all other games, is winnable, but you have to know how to play the game. "

Link: http://sultanknish.blogspot.com/2012/11/the-numbers-game.html

Thursday, November 15, 2012 12:32:00 am  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Coupling Anonymous' comment with another Sultan Knish article that sums up the mentality of Obama's supporters entitled " CARNY NATION"

Here's an excerpt:

"...When food stamps start coming in billion dollar quantities, then the sucker bet on Obama, Prince of Kenya, Indonesia and Chicago, may start looking bad. But suckers never realize when a bet is going bad. They double down and begin yammering some more about raising taxes. And why not. We're sixteen trillion in debt. Why not raise taxes by a few trillion? You have to break a few billion dollar eggs to make a thirty-trillion dollar omelet. And that beer summit, it will cover the entire defense budget.

...Because the Nigerian Prince scam is a self-selecting group. Anyone who still falls for it after all these years is dumber than your average sucker. The scammers know this and they don't want to waste their valuable time hooking a difficult fish with a plausible scam. They go for easy marks for the same reason that some men fish with dynamite. Because it's easier.

America has its own Nigerian Prince. I think you know his name by now. His campaign sent out nearly as many emails as his Nigerian colleagues do, promising fame and fortune to those suckers who would help him transfer some wealth from the 1 percent to the 99 percent. And now that his second term is here, the check is in the mail. And if the government check doesn't clear, well that's what happens when you put your faith in Nigerian Princes.

A scam like the Democratic Party needs suckers. It needs millions and millions of the dumbest people that can be found outside of specially supervised group homes. And then it needs to appoint people to watch over them, give them the occasional food and minor check, and drive them in vans to the polls after two or four years so that the con artists can keep their manicured paws on the local treasury.

These people have to be stupid, yes, but like all marks, they have to be greedy. They have to be the kind of people who relish taking someone else's money without working for it. The kind who grin at the idea of putting something over someone else. The kind who think that they are smart because they decided that the world owes them a living. They think that they're smart, but they're only the marks in a con. And when the con is done, like the guy depositing a check from Nigeria's Prince Uscamo, they are going to be the ones left holding the bag.

A con plays on the greed of the mark. And on his stupidity. And in a democracy, you can take over a country if you organize enough motivated suckers to vote for trillions in government money that they will never see, but that they are on the hook for. And if you don't have enough native suckers, then you import more, taking care that your immigration policies favor the greedy sucker demographic. But unfortunately in a democracy where half the population doesn't bother to vote and a quarter votes for the scammers, we are all on the hook for the scam..."

Link: http://sultanknish.blogspot.com/2012/11/carny-nation.html

Thursday, November 15, 2012 12:36:00 am  
Blogger Charles Martel said...

Politically correct people will not hesitate to spit in my face for what I'm about to say, but what made this country different was the composition of its social fabric, with its Nordic and puritanical religious base, where frills were looked down upon, and with a strong work ethic. People from other cultures and ethnicities melted in the social cauldron and came out assimilated and part of the country's social fabric. They may have contributed in part with its own culture (take pizza for instance) but identifying themselves with this country. Thanks to Teddy and to the opening of the gates to the indiscriminate flood of Third Would country immigration, we are where we are. And no, I don't see any way out. If in doubt, take a look to the south. Argentina is a good example of what happens to a country which falls in the hands of demagogues and the populace ... Sorry friend, but nothing good lies ahead.

Friday, November 16, 2012 6:50:00 am  

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