Saturday, July 27, 2013

Obama's Rules;Says one thing then says another, or does other

  •      Not sure if I have managed to get every thing from this site. Just interesting how the more it changes the more it stays the same,if not worse in this ever changing world. Patterns seem to be appearing                  It is worth it to start at the bottom of the list past the jump break and then work your way up as it is basically chronological.
     Also another similiar list from "dan from squirrel hill"
Is Obama really the 'lesser of two evils'?
Could John McCain or Mitt Romney have gotten away with what President Barack Obama is doing?  Where Democrats once feverishly denounced the actions of George W. Bush, they are now eerily silent when their own candidate behaves in much the same way as his predecessor (read entire article).

Bush, Obama, Same Old Drama. Obama is a puppet of the U.S. Empire. "That's part of what makes us special as Americans. Unlike the old empires, we don't make these sacrifices for territory or for resources. We do it because it's right."

When Bush Did What Obama's Doing, Were You Mad? (FLYER)
News after Obama was elected to a second term - listed (roughly) chronologically, most recent first:
  • Obama toasts George HW Bush: 'We are surely a kinder and gentler nation because of you' (READ)
  • The case against Edward Snowdenis the seventh under President Barack Obama in which a government official has been criminally charged with leaking classified information to the media. Under all previous presidents, just three such cases have been brought. (READ)
  • Obama administration implementing a crackdown called the Insider Threat Program. Millions of federal employees must watch for "high-risk persons or behaviors" among co-workers and could face penalties, including criminal charges, for failing to report them.  Leaks to the media are equated with espionage. (READ).
  • “Obama is running the biggest terrorist operation that exists, maybe in history" - Noam Chomsky
  • Edward Snowden: Obama expanded 'abusive' security programs (READ).
  • In justifying his actions in Syria, Obama said, "[T]here are folks who say, you know, 'We are so scarred from Iraq. We should have learned our lesson. We should not have anything to do with it.' Well, I reject that view as well." (READ)
  • In his 2009 inaugural address, Obama claimed that “we reject as false the choice between our safety and our ideals.”  Now,in defending NSA spying, Obama says, “You can’t have 100 percent security and also then have 100 percent privacy. … We’re going to have to make some choices as a society.” (READ)
  • A heap more after the jump but still worth a skim through

Thursday, July 25, 2013

Creating the Right Opinion

absinthe  Doober • 6 hours ago

We won't be able to make an intelligible reply, because we don't know what you said. But Walter Lippmann said a century ago that the main job of American journalists was to manufacture opinion so as to create a consensus, regardless of whether one had to bend a truth here, suppress a truth there, tell a white lie, etc. That seems to be the vision that has guided America's corporate journalism ever since.
 Similarities between the views of Lippmann and Gabriel Almond produced what became known as the Almond–Lippmann consensus, which is based on three assumptions:[9]
Public opinion is volatile, shifting erratically in response to the most recent developments. Mass beliefs early in the 20th century were "too pacifist in peace and too bellicose in war, too neutralist or appeasing in negotiations or too intransigent"[10]
Public opinion is incoherent, lacking an organized or a consistent structure to such an extent that the views of U.S. citizens could best be described as "nonattitudes"[11]
Public opinion is irrelevant to the policy-making process. Political leaders ignore public opinion because most Americans can neither "understand nor influence the very events upon which their lives and happiness are known to depend.

Whose crime

Black America's real problem isn't white racism

By Hutchinson News, The (KS) 
In the aftermath of the acquittal of George Zimmerman, Eric Holder, Al Sharpton and Ben Jealous of the NAACP are calling on the black community to rise up in national protest.
Yet they know nothing is going to happen.
"Stand-Your-Ground" laws in Florida and other states are not going to be repealed. George Zimmerman is not going to be prosecuted for a federal "hate crime" in the death of Trayvon Martin.
The result of all this ginned-up rage that has produced vandalism and violence is simply going to be an ever-deepening racial divide.
Consider the matter of crime and fear of crime.
From listening to cable channels and hearing Holder, Sharpton, Jealous and others, one would think the great threat to black children today emanates from white vigilantes and white cops.
Hence, every black father must have a "conversation" with his son, warning him not to resist or run if pulled over or hassled by a cop.
Make the wrong move, son, and you may be dead is the implication.
But is this the reality in Black America?

The Age of Women

Does the Bionic Woman Menstruate?

July 13, 2013
By Henry Makow Ph.D. 
(from Oct 2007) 
The answer is no. After a car hit Jaime Sommers, surgeons replaced her uterus with nanomachines called anthrocytes attached to stainless steel testicles. Ever since she has been kicking male butt. 
NBC's resurrection of this 1970's TV series about a mutant is timely since Sommers' ordeal is a metaphor for what the Rockefeller Foundation did to her unwary sisters. 

As result, women are increasingly confused, lost and desperate. Nature designed them to sacrifice for husband and children and to be cherished in return. But elite social engineers taught them that devotion to their loved ones is "oppression." Instead, they would have to compete with men and have careers. The elite's ultimate goal is to eliminate the nuclear family as a means of controlling humanity, also the purpose of the "war of terror."

People imitate what they see. The mass media is full of mutant female role models and young women have succumbed to this mind control. 
"MTV has turned young women into 90-pound whores," a male friend in his late twenties tells me. "Ten years ago, girls demanded you date them. Now at dances strangers are rubbing their breasts against you and acting like animals. They laugh if you mention dating and marriage." 

A Greek reader wrote: "Women here are either professional prostitutes or 'amateur prostitutes.' True feminine women are a rare gem. Most girls begin their sexual life at 14 or earlier, and have children only after 30. They complain about men but flee in terror from a decent man or make his life miserable." 

Phillip, a British man living in Denmark writes: "Something is very rotten in the State Of Denmark. They have one of the highest divorce rates in Europe. The lowest marriage count. It's all a little like the film `Invasion Of The Body Snatchers`. As if some alien entity has removed all the people and replaced them." 

He describes Danish women as "scruffy men. They all have short `manly` haircuts. Almost all wear small `goggly` spectacles. They dress ...`blue collar masculine`. From Top to Toe, almost without exception. And they have the attitudes to match, born out of years of social engineering in what must be the most comprehensive `programming` module on earth, namely, the Danish Education System." 

Wednesday, July 24, 2013

Pension/Welfare funding @ risk

Warning to all police, firefighters, schoolteachers: Most government pensions to be confiscated within a decade
Sunday, July 21, 2013
by Mike Adams, the Health Ranger
Editor of (See all articles...)
Tags: unfunded liabilities, retiree pensions, government confiscation

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(NaturalNews) Last week, Detroit declared bankruptcy, becoming the largest city in U.S. history to take such drastic action in the face of financial insolvency. A declaration of bankruptcy isn't what most people think it is, though: it's not just a statement of "we're broke!" It's actually a way for the city to clear its slate of all financial obligations and not pay the retirees it owes.

What are the largest financial obligations the city facing? Pensions. $3.5 billion worth of pensions, to be exact.

Yes, Detroit owes former government employees -- teachers, firefighters, cops and more -- a whopping $3.5 billion in current and future payments. Except Detroit doesn't have $3.5 billion to pay the pensions. The city is in a state of economic collapse. Remember, the U.S. government used billions in taxpayer money to help General Motors move its manufacturing offshore to countries like China. As a result of economically-insane actions and criminal mismanagement, a city that used to be the hub of industrial output in America has become a ghost town of abandoned buildings, crumbling infrastructure and financial destitution.

But even as all this was becoming apparent, the government workers there continued to collect fat paychecks and pensions, all based on the promise that endless population growth would out-pace the rise in pension obligations. Many pensioners are owed over $100,000 a year from the government, and this is true across California, Illinois and many other states as well.

Chicago, for example, owes $19 billion in pension payments that it doesn't have, and the city of Los Angeles is more than $30 billion in the hole. The story is much the same in every major U.S. city.

As the Detroit Free Press now reports:

Early this year, the Pew Center released a survey showing that 61 of the nation's largest cities -- limiting the survey to the largest city in each state and all other cities with more than 500,000 people -- had a gap of more than $217 billion in unfunded pension and health care liabilities. While cities had long promised health care, life insurance and other benefits to retirees, "few ... started saving to cover the long-term costs," the report said.

Che ; truth or myth

I am always amazed when I see the faces of Mao or Che Guevara on clothing or posters by those free spirits who imagine that these men would do anything but kill them for their social and political views. On page 16 of this book the author recounts how Henry Gomez made a t-shirt to counter all the "Che Lives" shirts floating around. His said "Che's Dead - Get Over It". Carlos Santana saw it and came over to berate him (never mind that Santata's brand of music was banned in Cuba by Guevara). Santata said, "Che may be dead for you, but he lives in our hearts ... Che is all about love and compassion." They then exchanged points. Santata's were based on fantasy and Gomez in fact. In the end, Santana said what one would expect, "You're getting hung up on facts, man." Wow.

This book recounts Che's murderous role in the deaths of more than 10,000 people after the Cuban revolution. Just one story of horror involves a mother pleading for the life of her boy directly in front of Che. He listened, thought, and then picked up the phone and shouted a command for the boy to be taken out and shot immediately. He had no respect for the law. It was a bourgeois detail that impeded the revolution. When one official pleaded for a trial before a sentence of death was passed, Che shouted that the man could conduct his trial tomorrow, but that the execution had to be conducted tonight. Even when there were trials, they were just for show with the sentences already noted on the form prior to the trail. There is much of this.

That so many on the left, including many American media outlets (such as the New York Times, Time Magazine, Life, and many others), helped Castro and Che come to power should still be a matter of shame, but is never mentioned anymore. That so many on the left extolled Che's justice, courage, beauty, and perfections should be always remembered. More than few are still writing today. All of them are wrong, all of them are perpetuating lies. Che ran from real fights and enjoyed bullying and even killing the defenseless.

Far from being a savvy guerilla leader (despite his book on the subject), he bungled every fight he was in and got lost for weeks at a time. In Bolivia, he never recruited a single Bolivian to his cause. Oh, he tricked a few into joining him by promising them training in the USSR or China, but as soon as they could, many of those deserted and became informants for those looking for Che.

If you are committed to the dream of Che, you will hate this book. If you want to know more of the reality of who he really was and the atrocities he committed, this book will be an important read for you.

Far from being Satre's "most complete human being of our time", he was a monster who improved the world most when he was sent out of it.

Tuesday, July 23, 2013

1957 - 2013 to Prediction

Daniel Hannan

Daniel Hannan is a writer and journalist, and has been Conservative MEP for South East England since 1999. He speaks French and Spanish and loves Europe, but believes that the European Union is making its constituent nations poorer, less democratic and less free.

Statism is turning America into Detroit – Ayn Rand's Starnesville come to life

You thought Atlas Shrugged was fiction?
Look at this description of Detroit from today’s Observer:
What isn’t dumped is stolen. Factories and homes have largely been stripped of anything of value, so thieves now target cars’ catalytic converters. Illiteracy runs at around 47%; half the adults in some areas are unemployed. In many neighbourhoods, the only sign of activity is a slow trudge to the liquor store.
Now have a look at the uncannily prophetic description of Starnesville, a Mid-Western town in Ayn Rand’s dystopian novel, Atlas Shrugged. Starnesville had been home to the great Twentieth Century Motor Company, but declined as a result of socialism:
A few houses still stood within the skeleton of what had once been an industrial town. Everything that could move, had moved away; but some human beings had remained. The empty structures were vertical rubble; they had been eaten, not by time, but by men: boards torn out at random, missing patches of roofs, holes left in gutted cellars. It looked as if blind hands had seized whatever fitted the need of the moment, with no concept of remaining in existence the next morning. The inhabited houses were scattered at random among the ruins; the smoke of their chimneys was the only movement visible in town. A shell of concrete, which had been a schoolhouse, stood on the outskirts; it looked like a skull, with the empty sockets of glassless windows, with a few strands of hair still clinging to it, in the shape of broken wires.
Beyond the town, on a distant hill, stood the factory of the Twentieth Century Motor Company. Its walls, roof lines and smokestacks looked trim, impregnable like a fortress. It would have seemed intact but for a silver water tank: the water tank was tipped sidewise.
They saw no trace of a road to the factory in the tangled miles of trees and hillsides. They drove to the door of the first house in sight that showed a feeble signal of rising smoke. The door was open. An old woman came shuffling out at the sound of the motor. She was bent and swollen, barefooted, dressed in a garment of flour sacking. She looked at the car without astonishment, without curiosity; it was the blank stare of a being who had lost the capacity to feel anything but exhaustion.
“Can you tell me the way to the factory?” asked Rearden.
The woman did not answer at once; she looked as if she would be unable to speak English. “What factory?” she asked.
Rearden pointed. “That one.”
“It’s closed.”
Now here’s the really extraordinary thing. When Ayn Rand published those words in 1957, Detroit was, on most measures, the city with the highest per capita GDP in the United States.
The real-life Starnesville, like the fictional one, decayed slowly, then collapsed quickly. I spent a couple of weeks in Detroit in 1991. The city was still functioning more or less normally, but the early signs of decomposition were visible. The man I was staying withn, a cousin of my British travelling companion, ran a bar and restaurant. He seemed to my teenage eyes to be the embodiment of the American dream: he had never been to college, but got on briskly and uncomplainingly with building a successful enterprise. Still, he was worried. He was, he told me, one of a shrinking number of taxpayers sustaining more and more dependents. Maybe now, he felt, was the time to sell up, while business was still good.
He wasn’t alone. The population of Motown has fallen from two million to 700,000, and once prosperous neighbourhoods have become derelict. Seventy six thousand homes have been abandoned; estate agents are unable to shift three-bedroom houses for a dollar.
The Observer, naturally, quotes a native complaining that ‘capitalism has failed us,’ but capitalism is the one thing the place desperately needs. Detroit has been under Leftist administrations for half a century. It has spent too much and borrowed too much, driving away business and becoming a tool of the government unions.
Of Detroit’s $11 billion debt, $9 billion is accounted for by public sector salaries and pensions. Under the mountain of accumulated obligations, the money going into, say, the emergency services is not providing services but pensions. Result? It takes the police an hour to respond to a 911 call and two thirds of ambulances can’t be driven. This is a failure, not of the private sector, but of the state. And, even now, the state is fighting to look after its clients: a court struck down the bankruptcy application on grounds that ‘will lessen the pension benefits of public employees’.
Which brings us to the scariest thing of all. Detroit could all too easily be a forerunner for the rest of the United States. As Mark Steyn puts it in the National Review:
Like Detroit, America has unfunded liabilities, to the tune of $220 trillion, according to the economist Laurence Kotlikoff. Like Detroit, it’s cosseting the government class and expanding the dependency class, to the point where its bipartisan “immigration reform” actively recruits 50–60 million low-skilled chain migrants. Like Detroit, America’s governing institutions are increasingly the corrupt enforcers of a one-party state — the IRS and Eric Holder’s amusingly misnamed Department of Justice being only the most obvious examples. Like Detroit, America is bifurcating into the class of “community organizers” and the unfortunate denizens of the communities so organized.
Oh dear. No wonder the president would rather talk about Trayvon Martin. If you want to see Obamanomics taken to its conclusion, look at Starnesville. And tremble.

Friday, July 19, 2013

Just too much of a good thing, SA

The Alapha Secondary School in Bayswater, a village near Limpopo, South Africa was built by parents in 1985. 

In 2012 not one of their Matric students (Year 12) passed their final school exam.

Not one. 

Another four schools in the district achieved the exact same honor.

Corrupt politicians and government workers steal around R40 BILLION ($4 billion) from South African tax payers every year. Yet, experts have the audacity to say that the ANC government will have to overcome years of under-investment in Black education under apartheid.

Apartheid officially ended in 1994 - 20 years ago. 

What White Apartheid did for Blacks
Emeritus Arch Bishop of Cape Town is at it again and in the news for asking whites to pay a reparation tax or wealth tax because they all apparently benefitted from Apartheid.
Along came his cheerleading constitutional expert and praise singer Piere de Vos from UCT and said, The problem is, of course, that some white people out of shame or ignorance or maybe a bit of both do not want to admit that white South Africans almost all benefited from apartheid vis--vis black South Africans.
Almost All? Who were the ones that did not benefit? Again facts sucked out of each others thumbs.
As I have proved in Opening Pandoras Apartheid Box everyone in South Africa benefitted form Apartheid, Black and White. Blacks had the highest literary standards and the highest life standard of all the blacks in Africa.
Self hating liberal idiot, De Vos reckons, If I had been born black and poor, I almost certainly would not have gone to University and I would almost certainly never have been a Law Professor at UCT (University of Cape Town), earning quite a nice salary, thank you.
I love the way he chooses his words. Almost AllAlmost CertainlyAs always both De Vos and The Arch fails to explain how it was at all possible for Tutu to study and become a teacher just like his father was.
They also fail to explain how Nelson Mandela and countless other blacks managed to become lawyers during Apartheid South Africa a lawyer just like De Vos.
They further failed to explain how the Apartheid government built ten Universities for blacks including Medunsa which is a unique medical university that turned out 200 highly qualified black doctors every year all at state costs, paid for by the white taxpayers. It also trained paramedics and nurses.
Since 1970 the budget for black education was raised by about 30% per year every year. More than any other government department.
In the period 1955 -1984 the amount of black school students increased 31 times from 35,000 to 1,096 000.
65% of black South African children were at school compared to Egypt 64%, Nigeria 57%, Ghana52%, Tanzania50% and Ethiopia 29%.
Amongst the adults of South Africa, 71% could read and write (80% between the ages 12 and 22). Compare this to Kenya 47%, Egypt 38%, Nigeria 34% and Mozambique at 26%.
In South Africa, the whites built 15 new classrooms for blacks every working day, every year. At 40 children per class it meant space for an additional 600 black students every day!!!
In 1985 there were 42,000 Blacks at 5 universities in South Africa, about the same amount at the universities of the homelands.
In an article called Die Afrikaner 11 Feb 1987, the quarterly magazine called Vox Africana Nr 29 4/87 stated that,

South Africa had 4,8 million whites and 18,2 million blacks in 1987. The whites paid 77% of the taxes and the blacks only 15%...despite this...56% of the government budget was spent on blacks.

During the time of Dr. Verwoerd. the living standards of Blacks were rising at 5,4% per year against that of the whites at 3,9% per year. In 1965 the economic growth of South Africa was the second highest in the world at 7,9%. The rate of inflation was a mere 2% per annum and the prime interest rate only 3% per annum. Domestic savings were so great that South Africa needed no foreign loans for normal economic expansion.
Even Lord Deedes admitted, White South Africa grew to become the economic giant of the continent, the other members of the Commonwealth virtually sank into poverty.

At the hight of Apartheid in 1978 Soweto had 115 football fields, 3 Rugby fields, 4 athletic tracks, 11 Cricket fields, 2 Golf courses, 47 Tennis courts, 7 swimming pools built to Olympic standards, 5 Bowling alleys, 81 Netball fields, 39 children play parks, and countless civic halls, movie houses and clubhouses.

In addition to this, Soweto had 300 churches, 365 schools, 2 Technical Colleges, 8 clinics, 63 child day care centres, 11 Post Offices, and its own fruit and vegetable market.

There were 2300 registered companies that belonged to black businessmen, about 1000 private taxi companies. 3% of the 50,000 vehicle owners in 1978 were Mercedes Benz owners. Soweto alone had more cars, taxis, schools, churches and sport facilities than most independent countries in Africa. The Blacks of South Africa had more private vehicles than the entire white population of the USSR at the time.

Money to Who?? Really??

Fletch (4,500) Says: 

A new report that Obama gave $8 billion to the Muslim Brotherhood (not Egypt) to guarantee that a large portion of the Sinai Peninsula be turned over to the terrorist organization Hamas. This was supposed to be secret, but the Egyptian military found the evidence and someone has leaked it.
The video (which has gone viral) below is in Arabic, but a description follows.
• SECRET agreement between the Obama administration and the Muslim Brotherhood (not the Egyptian government) to give 40% of the Sinai and the annexation of that part of Egyptian territory in Gaza. The objective is to facilitate the conclusion of a comprehensive peace agreement between Israel and the Palestinians 
• This agreement was signed by Khairat el Shater (number 2 of the Brotherhood) by Morsi and the Supreme Guide FM. (FM stands for Muslim Brotherhood)
• A sum of U.S. $ 8 billion was paid to the FM. 
• The document was seized by the army following the deposition of Morsi. This is the army that has leaked the news. 
• An investigation is ongoing Morsi and El Shater. An arrest warrant was filed against the Guide to FM and other members of his office. 
• FM signatories to the agreement are liable to the death penalty for treason. 
• The Obama administration would try to reach an agreement with el Sissi (chairman of the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces): recognition of the legitimacy of the “coup” in exchange for his silence about the secret agreement. But el Sissi would be more interested in the conviction of FM and discredit their organization which is Egypt’s main source of danger. 
• The Republican members of Congress are seriously looking into the case. If proven, the process of Obama impeachment could be triggered.

Rules of Political Correctness

MAY 10, 2013

Sunday, July 7, 2013

Government is YOU

Redbaiter (3,760) Says: 

What would you do to reduce crime Reddy? You can do change laws however you want- you’re in charge, you’re the govt- what do you change from the way the country is now to reduce or eliminate crime?
For fuck’s sake man, you’re head is just so far away from understanding the real problem I don’t know where to begin.
Its not the “gummint”. Fixing it is not going to be down to the government.
Its a social cultural problem.
Whereas the situation is exacerbated by having Progressives in government, its not the real problem.
The problem is you and only you can solve it.
Not the government.
“Human rights can only be assured among a virtuous people. The general government . . . can never be in danger of degenerating into a monarchy, an oligarchy, an aristocracy, or any despotic or oppresive form so long as there is any virtue in the body of the people.”
George Washington
“Only a virtuous people are capable of freedom. As nations become more corrupt and vicious, they have more need of masters.”
Benjamin Franklin
“Laws without morals are in vain.”
Benjamin Franklin (Motto of the University of Pennsylvania)
“Sell not virtue to purchase wealth, nor Liberty to purchase power.”
Benjamin Franklin
“A nation as a society forms a moral person, and every member of it is personally responsible for his society.”
Thomas Jefferson
“No government can continue good but under the control of the people; and . . . . their minds are to be informed by education what is right and what wrong; to be encouraged in habits of virtue and to be deterred from those of vice . . . . These are the inculcation s necessary to render the people a sure basis for the structure and order of government.”
Thomas Jefferson
“It is in the manners and spirit of a people which preserve a republic in vigour. . . . degeneracy in these is a canker which soon eats into the heart of its laws and constitution.”
Thomas Jefferson
nasska (6,858) Says: 
“-You have no respect for excessive authority or obsolete traditions. You’re dangerous and depraved, and you ought to be taken outside and shot!”
― Joseph Heller, Catch-22
Nasska with his constant sneering at anybody who challenges his Progressive political views, and his complete and utter contempt for the habits and conventions that once made our society civil is a good example of the reason why so many people believe we now must have constant surveillance of the citizenry. A social white ant of the worst kind, and that kind is at the heart of our society’s degeneration.
“What are the ‘conscienceless lies’?”
Are you really that dim you can’t find them?
That utopia will come if we just allow gummint to shape and mold us. Especially our children.
That families and moral codes are only fit for sneering at and mocking.
That our society is “progressing” and not degenerating.
That crime is something we just have to live with, no matter how bad it gets.
That more police and more jails will save us from a degenerate society.
That you need a time machine to turn it back- perhaps one of the most gutless and cowardly ones of all. Mussolini and fascism were turned back. So were Hitler and Nazism. All as popular among the chattering classes as Progressivism is today.
There’s no reason we can’t turn back Progressivism. All we need to do is turn our backs on those who preach it and proselytize for it.
That is only a few of the lies off the top of my head. There are hundreds of them. All propagated by the same brain damaged proslytizers for the cause of Progressivism.
I’m sure you can think of a few more. Can’t you?