Ron Paul to make acting debut in ‘Atlas Shrugged: Who Is John Galt?’New York Daily News ^ | Friday, June 20, 2014 | Ethan SacksPosted on 6/20/2014, 3:51:29 PM by nickcarrawayThree time presidential candidate joins Glenn Beck and Sean Hannity in third installment of trilogy based on Ayn Rand’s 1957 novel
Liberal Hollywood will have to make room for a new star — right-wing politician Ron Paul.The three-time presidential candidate will make his acting debut in “Atlas Shrugged:
Who Is John Galt?,” the third installment of the films based on Ayn Rand’s novel.”Atlas Shrugged is a fantastic book, but it’s much more than a story — it’s a philosophy,” Paul told the Hollywood Reporter, which broke the news…..
by John Galt
May 1, 2013 05:30 EDT
Nazi Germany’s SS was a force for terror and intimidation, creating an aura of fear within the citizenry and horror for the remainder of the world watching the spectacle of a police state far more brutal than any in human history up to that time.
Apparently this lesson has not been lost on the dictators of the world since that era as the communist leaders and rulers around the world learned that building an effective domestic spying and military police apparatus was the key to remaining in power.
Welcome to modern America my friends, as Obama’s SS is here now.
Expression for undergoing a voluntary financial strike or decrease in income.
An individual might choose to do this in order to protest the amount of money going to the government, or to protest what they feel are unfair taxes (if they earn less, they will be taxed less, therefore hurting the government).
The term is taken from a character in Ayn Rand‘s novel “Atlas Shrugged“; the main character John Galt leads a movement where the wealthiest individuals leave their jobs for low-paying jobs in order to protest the socialist economy.
This article will give greater meaning to Barack Obama’s outrageous declaration in Roanoke that, “If you own your business, you didn’t build that. Somebody else made that happen.” (didntbuildthat.com)
Obama’s minions in the press claim that highlighting the president’s Roanoke quote is ripping an incidental remark out of context or bungling his intended syntax. Taking together all the president’s actions since assuming the throne in the Oval Office, it’s easy to see his remark in Roanoke fits quite well with his agenda: ATTACK THE INDEPENDENT INDIVIDUAL.
John Gault Day! Why Not? by Brian Wilson… (“Think about it: *”Gone Galt” signs hanging in business windows everywhere!”)
In a Friday the 13th speech to supporters in Roanoke, Va., Pres. Obama said, “If you were successful, somebody along the line gave you some help…. If you’ve got a business, you didn’t build that. Somebody else made that happen.”
“Business Owners Furious at Obama Insult”
“Obama’s “You Didn’t Build That” Enrages Business Community”
“Slap In The Face To Hard-Working Americans”
How, people wondered, could Rand have foreseen all this? Was she a prophet? No, she answered. She had simply identified the basic cause of why the country was veering from crisis to new crisis.
Was the solution to “go Galt” and quit society? No, Rand again answered. The solution was simultaneously much easier and much harder. “So long as we have not yet reached the state of censorship of ideas,” she once said, “one does not have to leave a society in the way the characters did in Atlas Shrugged. . . . But you know what one does have to do? One has to break relationships with the culture. . . . [D]iscard all the ideas—the entire cultural philosophy which is dominant today.”