Portrait of a Failed “Messiah” By Alan Caruba (“What we have come to learn is that he is a liar. He lies even when he does not have to and he lies all the time”)
“His primary rules were: never allow the public to cool off; never admit a fault or wrong; never concede that there may be some good in your enemy; never leave room for alternatives; never accept blame; concentrate on one enemy at a time and blame him for everything that goes wrong; people will believe a big lie sooner than a little one; and if you repeat it frequently enough people will sooner or later believe it.”
If you think this is a psychological profile of Barack Obama, you would be wrong. It is a quote from a profile of Adolph Hitler, prepared for the Office of Strategic Services—the predecessor of the Central Intelligence Agency—by Walter C. Langer and three others during World War II.
The fact that it rather closely resembles aspects of Obama’s personality we have come to know would be cause for alarm if we were living in the 1930s at the time of Hitler’s rise to power in Germany, but this is a very different time and the U.S. Constitution is still a powerful instrument.
It is well know that in the Western cultures of Europe and now in America, that the God ordained institution of marriage – which was ordained before the world began (Eph 5:28-33) – has been rapidly falling by the way side.
This out right rejection of the institution of marriage is found mostly in liberal/progressive circles and is a progressive liberal trait. What is most alarming is that these “western” countries – which once embraced the Judeo/Christian moral absolutes of the Bible – are now secular wastelands reaping the whirlwind of their anti moral absolute rebellion. As history has always testified, when a nation, people or culture turn their back on the Word of God, the Laws of Nature and of Nature’s God, the void is always filled with a progressive secular socialism, an apostate form of Christianity, horrific war and immoral decadence (Rom. 1:18-32).
The moral promise of a free society involves the boundaries of private property. The promise is this: property boundaries cannot be legally invaded or trampled upon. When property is protected, people can keep the fruits of their labor and investment, and not have them plundered by others. People can own land, for example, and this land can be used as the owners see fit. Private propertyallows wide latitude for experimentation.
Property holders can form communities with internal cultures. Just as business can conduct its own affairs, people can separate themselves out entirely from the rest of society if they so desire. They need only respect the rights of others to do the same.
It’s the nature of private property and a free society that it allows room for diversity of work, modes of production, and ways of life. That’s how Mr. Jefferson wanted it, and that’s what the authors of the Constitution promised. In the sixties, for example, hippie communes sprang up all over the country. The participants were eccentric and the utopias didn’t work, but the attempts were tolerated by society and state.
Today the promise of private property is routinely violated by both private criminals and government. The attack on property began subtly at first, but today it has become explicit, sometimes brutal, and sometimes even deadly.
The community of faith that once lived at Mount Carmel in Waco, Texas, believed the promise of free society. They chose to separate themselves from society, as so many others have done in our nation’s history. This was not allowed in Soviet Russia, Nazi Germany, or Maoist China. That’s one reason we regard these regimes as tyrannical.
April 9, 2012
Will 5 billion people perish from the earth in the coming century? That’s what the controversial elitist think tank, the Club of Rome, predicted back in 1972. Decades after its publication, advocates of world government are still pushing its predictions as a call to curb mankind’s footprint on the earth.
Australian physicist Graham Turner has recently made news again after revisiting computer models MIT researchers created for the Club of Rome’s 1972 publication that sees a drastic decline in human population coming in relation to a increasing scarcity of resources. Turner’s basic conclusions, however, give away the agenda in plain sight. “The world is on track for disaster,” he bluntly states, while suggesting that “unlimited economic growth” is still possible if world governments enact policies and invest in green technologies that help limit the expansion of our ecological footprint.
Dr. Terry Lakin, an officer who was drummed out of the Army for questioning Obama’s eligibility, says that a veteran Marine facing discharge after he posted a comment on Facebook contending the president’s birth certificate is fake shows the need for the military and Congress to resolve the issue.
As WND reported, Marine Sgt. Gary Stein is under investigation and facing possible discharge over a Facebook page he created for military members to speak out called Armed Forces Tea Party, in which he, too, questioned Barack Obama’s eligibility to be president under the U.S. Constitution.
Lakin said there are many soldiers in the military like Stein who have questions about Obama, but they are often afraid to speak out.
IS THIS HOW OBAMA WILL RIG THE 2012 ELECTION?
THE FREEDOM POST ^ | April 9, 2012 | Michael Savage
Posted on Monday, April 09, 2012 6:38:51 PM by SaveOurRepublicFromTyranny
Is this how Barack Obama will rig the 2012 presidential elections? Michael Savage, the popular radio talk show host thinks so, as you can hear in the above audio or read from the same text below…
RUSH: Claire McCaskill, a Senatorette from my home state of Missouri, says, “Let’s try national health care first, let’s just see.” Try it. “During a stop in Springfield this week, Missouri Senator Claire McCaskill said people need to try President Obama’s national health care plan before they knock it. She says it hasn’t been put in place yet, people are pretty sure they don’t like it, but once they do she goes on to say they will be reminded why health care was reformed in this country. McCaskill says the says of wrestling with health insurance companies will be gone and people won’t have to worry if their employer is going to drop coverage because its too expensive.” (imitating McCaskill) “And if you don’t have it you’ll have to buy it, and if you don’t buy it you’ll get fined. You should try this; you’ll like it.”
"The folks" are beginning to take notice of things.....maybe...???
…..The case of United States Government persecution of Garwood is based, not on his guilt or innocence, but on his embarrassing said Government, by returning home.
When returned POWs are pushed forward to write and speak about Bob Garwood, before listening to them, one must insure there is no chain of guilt that holds them hostage to a Government program of persecuting those who embarrass it. In the case of Frank Anton, this is, sadly true.
Garwood has been maligned, verbally and mentally tortured by our Government. He has nothing. No medical care. No back pay. No Purple Heart for acknowledged wounds.
But in one way, he is in a better position than many other returned POWs. Every stumble he made, every crime, real or imagined, have been thrown into his face again and again. But he is not hostage to an imaginary background of heroism and honor, that is based on a lie. In that regard, he is more fortunate than so many returned POWs.
Former Prisoner of War
- TO: MY FELLOW CALIFORNIANS FROM: MAJOR (RETIRED) MARK A. SMITH FORMER PRISONER OF WAR… dornan (gunnyg.wordpress.com)
- TO ANSWER A QUESTION (Re John McCain, POW, Candidate for President, Etc.)jmquestions.htm (gunnyg.wordpress.com)
- New web site details how DIA manipulates intelligence on US POWs (network54.com)
- The POWs We Left Behind (network54.com)
- Why I Cannot Support Senator John McCain for President ~ 29 August 1999moremccain.htm (gunnyg.wordpress.com)
- Former U.S. ambassador to Cambodia continues criminal POW/MIA cover-up (network54.com)
- Castro gave POW ransom plan to Vietnam (network54.com)
- Maghaberry. Continuity Ira Pows Easter Statement 2012 (thefivedemands.org)
- You: Aussies get data on 4,500 POWs (japantimes.co.jp)
- British POW Uses Morse Code to Stitch Hidden Message During WWII (wired.com)
We have been all too familiar in recent years with the phenomenon of Big Government Conservatives, of people who have betrayed and seemingly forgotten their principles and their heritage in a quest for power and pelf, for respectability and for access to the corridors of power, people who have moved inside the Beltway both in body and in spirit.
This week before Easter, I chanced upon the following two quotations. The first says: “Not for 2,000 years has it been possible for society to exclude or eliminate Christ from its social or political life without a terrible social or political consequence.” The second says: “Religion taught by a prophet or by a preacher of the truth is the only foundation on which to build a great and powerful empire.”
The first is by Margaret Thatcher, opening her foreword to a book called Christianity and Conservatism, which appeared in 1990. The second appears in Tom Holland’s outstanding new book In the Shadow of the Sword (Little, Brown), which traces the rise of Islam from the ruins of the Roman and Persian empires. It comes from Ibn Khaldun, the great Muslim historian and political counsellor of the 14th century.
Colonel Schlatter, on his web site, would appear to provide cogent arguments for the theory, that the Vietnamese returned all living Americans in 1973. The problem with this idea, is that it is known by the Colonel to be untrue and only through “sleight of hand” can he try and ignore the true facts.
Prison Planet.com » Man Knocked Out, Stripped Naked And Robbed Of Everything As Crowd Of Onlookers Laugh Hysterically
Perhaps the most frightening thing about this incident is that nobody from the crowd of onlookers helped this man. Instead, most of them appear to have been too busy laughing hysterically at what was happening to him. Sadly, this kind of behavior is becoming all too common on the streets of America.
The hearts of our young people are growing very cold, and in a lot of major U.S. cities it is simply not safe to go strolling around after the sun goes down anymore. The man in the video that you are about to see is lucky to have gotten away alive. When he was punched in the face he fell directly backward and in the video you can hear the sound of his skull loudly hitting the pavement. But instead of checking to see if he needed medical help, the crowd around the man descended on him like a bunch of crazed looters.
Such defenses have rarely gained traction in military or civilian courtrooms, but Burke’s case provides the first important indication that military psychiatrists and court-martial judges are not blind to what can happen when troops go to work medicated.
After two long-running wars with escalating levels of combat stress, more than 110,000 active-duty Army troops last year were taking prescribed antidepressants, narcotics, sedatives, antipsychotics and anti-anxiety drugs, according to figures recently disclosed to The Times by the U.S. Army surgeon general.
Why “unprecedented” stuck
Daily Mail ^ | April 7, 2012 | Don Surber
Posted on Saturday, April 07, 2012 8:16:47 PM by upchuck
On Monday, our beloved president generously imparted upon us his keen insights and vast knowledge of Article III of the Constitution and Marbury v. Madison as gleaned from his years of study at the law school of Harvard University and his scholarship as a professor of constitutional law at the University of Chicago:
“Ultimately, I’m confident that the Supreme Court will not take what would be an unprecedented, extraordinary step of overturning a law that was passed by a strong majority of a democratically elected Congress. And I’d just remind conservative commentators that for years what we’ve heard is, the biggest problem on the bench was judicial activism or a lack of judicial restraint — that an unelected group of people would somehow overturn a duly constituted and passed law. Well, this is a good example. And I’m pretty confident that this Court will recognize that and not take that step.”