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Chinese Kristallnacht Or Fortune Cookies And Circuses

September 16th, 2012 at 9:13 am by Brian

Technically, Fortune Cookies and Cirque du Soleils.

The Obama Doctrine defined: (1)  The act of abandoning strategic cultural, political and military allies in favor of insufficiently placating cultural, political and military enemies in an effort to appease both parties and accomplishing neither; (2) After failing to protect US interests or values, engaging in the act of redefining what was originally being discussed in order to declare that the goal was not only met but surpassed and that any questioning of that accomplishment has already been answered and that we’re not talking about it anymore.  Next question.

So, if we’re to anticipate how Barack Hussein Obama’s State Department will apply his Smart Diplomacy ™  formula to the explosive row between Japan (a business and military ally) and China (our largest Creditor / threat to our existence) over the oil resources of a barren couple of rocks we can expect this matter to be resolved in an amicable fashion, correct?  Like the Falkland Islands dispute.  Preferably one where we we endeavor to stay neutral by asking both sides to remain calm on appeal to some corrupt “higher” international authority.

Do note:  it’s not invoking Godwin’s Law when it’s true:

Sporadic protests in China over the past week became larger and at times violent and spread to at least two dozen cities over the weekend. Protesters torched a Panasonic factory and Toyota dealership in the eastern port of Qingdao, looted a Heiwado Co. department store in the southern city of Changsha and ransacked Japanese supermarkets in several cities. Though larger numbers of police imposed more order on demonstrations Sunday, they fired tear gas to subdue rowdy protesters in the southern city of Shenzhen. In nearby Guangzhou city, protesters broke into a hotel that was next to the Japanese Consulate and damaged a Japanese restaurant inside.

Heh.  “Rowdy” protesters.  Those Nazis sure were rowdy the night they smashed the windows of those Jewish stores.  A good time just got a little out of hand, I’d say.

I question whether tear gas was actually fired at these government organized “protesters”.  Maybe if by “tear gas” they mean “protesters” were peppered with money and professionally made signage.  Tear gas laced with nationalism and PCP.  My question is what do American companies who have substantial capital investments in Chinese factories think is going to happen to them when their home countries get into disputes over natural resources or similarly heated political disputes.

China does not brook dissent from its people.  They will encourage police escorted mob actions to target scapegoats as a distraction from their failed economic policies.

Unfortunately for us, too many traitorous American business executives have dollar bill and yuan signs in their eyes and refuse to acknowledge this reality.

Doomed to repeat it:

Kristallnacht, also referred to as the Night of Broken Glass, or Reichskristallnacht, About this sound Pogromnacht (help·info), and About this sound Novemberpogrome (help·info), was a pogrom or series of coordinated attacks against Jews throughout Nazi Germany and parts of Austria on 9–10 November 1938, carried out by SA paramilitary and civilians. German authorities looked on without intervening.[1] The attacks left the streets covered with broken glass from the windows of Jewish-owned stores, buildings, and synagogues.[2]

Just a coincidence I’m sure:

TOKYO, Sept. 16 (Xinhua) – Newly-appointed Japanese Ambassador to China Shinichi Nishimiya died Sunday morning in a hospital in Tokyo, Kyodo reported.

Nishimiya, 60, fell unconscious on a street in Tokyo three days ago on Thursday morning. Police said the sudden faint was caused by illness.

The cause of his death has yet to be known, according to Kyodo news.

Sudden illness to the back of the head.  Surreptitiously ingested sudden illness.

A coughing canary is already deep in the World War III coal mine.

Former UN Human Rights Chairman Guns Down Hundreds of Unarmed Mourners

February 20th, 2011 at 4:42 pm by Brian

Hrmmm…why should we cutoff all funding for the UN?  Gee, it’s so hard to think of a better example:

Details have emerged of huge casualty figures in the Libyan city of Benghazi, where troops have launched a brutal crackdown on protesters.

More than 200 people are known to have died, doctors say, with 900 injured.

The most bloody attacks were reported over the weekend, as funeral marches were said to have come under machine-gun and heavy weapons fire.

One doctor, speaking amid the sound of fresh gunfire on Sunday, told the BBC that “a real massacre” had happened.

For the ADHD set, Libya was anointed the Chair of the UN Human Rights Commission a few years ago in a secret ballot of like-minded dictatorships:

While human rights groups have complained, Libya’s chairing of the commission has been staunchly defended by the son of Libyan leader Colonel Muammar Gaddafi.

Seif al-Islam al-Gaddafi told the BBC recently: “The Middle East has a generally bad record on human rights and this is an opportunity to embarrass middle eastern governments into improving that record”.

How embarrassing.  With 200 dead and 900 injured, I can’t help but wonder how many of the injured owe their lives to snipers blushing from all the embarrassment.

If The Tree of Global Warming Fell In The Living Rooms of The American Press And No One Reported It Would It Make A Sound?

February 14th, 2010 at 10:46 am by Brian

An open request to the British Press. In addition to absolutely kicking the arse of your counterparts in the American unofficially state-run media on the subject of so-called “climate change” – your next story should be about how and why they have ignored this story completely.

Call them up. Interview them. Get them on the record as to how this story that you all are exploiting, like the fabled last oil reserve buried deep in a caribou’s hindquarters, is nary worth a mention by our Rip Van Winkle Press. Perpetually trapped in a mental time warp between an early club-you-over-the-head 1990′s Mtv raising awareness campaign and it’s discredited future.

They have plenty of time to procrasturbate over Sarah Palin’s hand notes, perpetuating Government Motor’s smear campaign against Toyota, or some dude setting the World’s Record for hugs yet can’t dedicate anyone to covering the Greatest Con Game In The History of Ever.

It makes The Sting look like The Flea Bite.

Cheerio. Pip-pip. And all that other hoo-ha, Old Chum. Have at it.

UPDATE: Thanks to all you Instapunditeers and Big Journalism visitors.
Doing the jobs American “journalists” don’t want to do on this issue.

I’m Not A Bolshevik, I’m A Leninist

January 31st, 2010 at 11:15 am by Brian

See the difference?  Because I don’t.

The guy who spends his whole life thinking about how to screw people in the ass has a plan to stop the ebbs and flows of the global market with some prescription-strength Astroglide applied liberally.  Yea, yea, yea.  A hammer sees every problem as a nail.

QOTD from the prolapsed Prole himself:

Rep. Barney Frank (D., Mass.) said that a bank tax and other tough new measures would be introduced by the individual countries, but in a coordinated way to prevent bankers from moving from one place to another to escape regulation.

“Lenin might have been able to put socialism in one country, but tough bank regulation in one country ain’t going to happen because we will lose people,” said Frank, who heads the House Financial Services Committee, a key spot for any American decisions.

But don’t call them Bolsheviks.  It’s like poison complaining about a skull and crossbones on it’s warning label.

Shorter Frank:  Wenin put sociawism in one country but what we need is a Gwobal Weninist so that the sands of other people’s money won’t swip through our fingers.

You have the head of the House Financial Services Committee arguing in favor of Global Leninism.

You can go ahead and pull your money out of the stock market now.

He Had To Wash His Hair

November 8th, 2009 at 12:02 pm by Brian

Germany celebrated the 20th Anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall last night.  Children today may remember that event as the joyful mutual end of years smart diplomacy whereby US hegemony was imposed at the barrel of a gun on native East German peoples who prospered during the Soviet Golden Age.

In actuality, it stemmed from peace through strength and not compromising basic American principles coupled with a President willing to call Evil by it’s name to it’s face.  In honor of the collapse of the Soviets who cordoned off half of Europe and consigned millions to death, prison and poverty, Barack Obama stood them up so he could work in a few rounds of golf:

Angela Merkel, Germany’s first chancellor from the former communist East, recalled the euphoria in an address last week to the U.S. Congress.

“Where there was once only a dark wall, a door suddenly opened and we all walked through it: onto the streets, into the churches, across the borders,” Merkel said. “Everyone was given the chance to build something new, to make a difference, to venture a new beginning.”

That’s what you call real “hope and change”.

When reached for comment, President Icarus responded:

“We are now moving towards the 20th anniversary of the Berlin Wall coming down and Germany being reunified after so many painful years,” Obama said. “And this is a special moment for Chancellor Merkel, as somebody who grew up in East Germany, who understands what it’s like to be under the shadow of a dictatorial regime, and to see how freedom has bloomed in Germany, how it has become the centerpiece for a extraordinarily strong European Union.”

So many “painful years”.  Like living with arthritis.  The only good thing about German reunification is it began to pave the path for One World Government.  That was what that wall falling was all about.

Trading one dictatorial regime of paranoid murderers to surrender your hard fought sovereignty to a bunch of foreign bureaucrats.

That wall represented The Cold War.  Hundreds of billions spent on a strong military so that tens of millions wouldn’t have to die in a Hot War.  Decades of working and fighting through proxies so that an expansive Soviet regime couldn’t get a foothold in Southeast Asia as well as Central America.

It’s understandable that Barack Hussein Obama would not want to take part in the celebration of the defeat and rejection of his Communist ideals and heroes while his job of building the next wall is in progress.

The Passion of the Eco-Christ

September 7th, 2009 at 11:33 pm by Brian

In the new Queen Zsa Zsa version of The Bible (Simon & Schuster), being written while we wait, today is a beautiful day for us to be alive – spiritual peasants though we are – for in 3 days time.  He will Rise again.  And we will see His Brilliance and laugh at our foolishness for trying to tame His Spirit:

Thank you, Glenn Beck. By helping force the resignation of Van Jones, you have done a great service to your country. But in the exact opposite way than what you intended.

Your vile and vicious smear campaign has helped reverse one of the worst examples of miscasting since John Wayne took on the role of Genghis Khan in The Conqueror.

Strike me down and I will become more powerful than you can imagine.

Actually Zsa Zsa, dear, the worst miscasting was you playing the title role of “Wife” in the soap opera known as The Wedding of Arianna and Michael Huffington.

Contrary to the media caricature, the real Van Jones is a thoughtful leader who knows how to use words to move people to action. To stick him behind a desk, working out the details of tax credits for green jobs — incredibly important though the job is — was never the best use of his unique and abundant skills.

What a coincidence.  I feel exactly the same way about one Barry Hussein Carter-Obonga.  He would really be better suited giving marching orders than leading a democracy.  Democracy’s are messy.  And if I am to believe what the Vice President  of the Hair Club for Men says, he’s also a rather clean fellow.

I’ve watched him hold an audience spellbound at a wide range of events — from progressive gatherings to the World Economic Forum.

Which is like running the gamut from A, all the way to B.

And I’ve never failed to be impressed by Van. He is a remarkable man. One of the things I’ve always found so impressive about him — and something completely lost in the partisan mudslinging — is his ability to build coalitions and create unlikely alliances. In pursuit of a clean energy future for America, Van has successfully brought together urban youth with clean-tech entrepreneurs, labor leaders with business leaders, civil rights activists with environmentalists.

Foxes and henhouses.  Matches with gas.  Xanax with Ex-lax.

I wrote about how the staid and anything-but-radical heads of the World Economic Forum had invited him to their conference and honored him as a “Global Leader for Tomorrow.” Jones had been protesting the World Trade Organization in Seattle and the International Monetary Fund in Washington. But that didn’t keep him from exchanging ideas with the rich and powerful at the Forum, or from keeping an open mind.

“The people I’ve met here,” Van told me at the time, “are much more thoughtful, complex, and concerned about social issues than either the left or the media portray them to be.”

And I’m sure no small honorarium to a mutually beneficial foundation couldn’t help grease the wheels to understanding how much  more thoughtful, complex and for a negotiated rate concerned that the “rich and powerful” can be.  This is a global shakedown racket.

Isn’t it time we acknowledge that no human being with any passion and deeply held beliefs ever emerged flawless into the world? And that if every mistake, misstep, boneheaded decision, or error in judgment becomes an automatic disqualifier for public service, then we’re going to be left with a political landscape filled with nothing but wrinkle-free, foible-free, passionless automatons who have never made a mistake because they never took the risk of having an original thought.

Who hasn’t made a rap LP with one of our nation’s most notorious copkillers?  These kinds of “foibles” do just happen.  Admitting on video that you’re using the pretext of “environmentalism” as a means to transfer wealth and overthrow the capitalist system in stages to fight whitey as he’s poisoning the black community….oh well.

Who can’t appreciate that level of candor?   *sniff* At least he’s not dead inside like the rest of you. *sob*
(hurls third glass of Chardonnay against the wall)

Glenn Beck has taken Van out of his in-the-shadows position and thrust him into the spotlight. I told Van after his resignation that I hope he will take the extra attention and energy Beck created for him and, like a jujitsu black belt, turn the blow into an opening, an opportunity to transform the negative attack into something positive for himself and for the country.

Kind of like a woman who was taking her gay pretend Republican husband to the cleaners and parlayed that personal celebrity wreckage into one of the highest ranked leftwing websites today.

Never miss an opportunity to exploit a crisis.

The lecture tour awaits.  Now get back out there and start saying all the crazy stuff that got you just apologized for.

On Mixed Messages

July 2nd, 2009 at 10:42 pm by Brian

I’m confused when I hear people talk about Obama sending mixed messages.   He is in no way inconsistent.

Whether you are referring to Iran, or Israel or Honduras, he is objectively anti-democracy.

There is no line you can cross that is so offensive that we won’t still sit down and chat about how you’re feeling as Father Oprah.  Make threats that you’re going to attack us.  Fire missiles towards our states.  Threaten war.  Threaten death to our country.  Send your troops to attack our troops because they are bringing democracy in your backyard.

In terms of arrogance, you can’t get much better than patting a rogue dictator on the head while asking him why’s he acting out so much as if he had too much Capri Sun before beddy-bye time.

And the Honduras thing.  Just read this.  In the Christian Science Monitor of all places.  It is a sad time to be an American when the mistake our misguided neighbors and family members elected to office is suppressing democracy in favor of a Marxist thug and is attempting to install him back to his wrongful place.

And so the United States now finds itself in league with the likes of Fidel Castro and Hugo Chavez, the latter of whom has threatened war on the nascent Honduran government. In his weekly newspaper column, Castro gloated about American support for Zelaya, writing that “Even Mrs. Clinton had declared that Zelaya is the only president of Honduras, and the Honduran coup leaders can’t even breathe without the support of the United States.”

This is nothing short of wrong.   Our country’s support of Zelaya is sentencing Honduras to Venezuela’s fate.  Siding with Castro to boot while he taunts the people who followed the rules against his protege.

If the Honduran people can fight off the advances of the so-called civilized world, maybe we can recruit some of them to help take our’s back.

It’s too obvious the people who call themselves Republicans don’t have the guts of the dirt poor Hondurans who are at least fighting off the advances of a dictator drunk with power.

Go To Hell, U.N.

April 27th, 2009 at 8:22 am by Preston Taylor Holmes

Dear Leader and his D.C. crime family are ready to team up with their third-world heroes at the U.N. to take away even more of your parental rights – including the right to homeschool, discipline and make even the most pedestrian decisions about your child’s education and healthcare. And, surprise, surprise, the UN treaty was originally signed by Government Gargoyle Madeliene Halfbright way back in 1995, but never ratified. They’ve got the deck stacked now, though.

A United Nations human rights treaty that could prohibit children from being spanked or homeschooled, ban youngsters from facing the death penalty and forbid parents from deciding their families’ religion is on America’s doorstep, a legal expert warns.

Michael Farris of Purcellville, Va., is president of ParentalRights.org, chairman of the Home School Legal Defense Association and chancellor of Patrick Henry College. He told WND that under the U.N. Convention on the Rights of the Child, or CRC, every decision a parent makes can be reviewed by the government to determine whether it is in the child’s best interest.

“It’s definitely on our doorstep,” he said. “The left wants to make the Obama-Clinton era permanent. Treaties are a way to make it as permanent as stuff gets. It is very difficult to extract yourself from a treaty once you begin it. If they can put all of their left-wing socialist policies into treaty form, we’re stuck with it even if they lose the next election.”

Their plan has always been to get control of your kids as early as possible so that they can be indoctrinated and warped to usurp the structure of the traditional family. It’s gone well, hasn’t it, teachers’ unions? A few gems:

Parents would no longer be able to administer reasonable spankings to their children.

A murderer aged 17 years, 11 months and 29 days at the time of his crime could no longer be sentenced to life in prison.

Children would have the ability to choose their own religion while parents would only have the authority to give their children advice about religion.

The best interest of the child principle would give the government the ability to override every decision made by every parent if a government worker disagreed with the parent’s decision.

A child’s “right to be heard” would allow him (or her) to seek governmental review of every parental decision with which the child disagreed.

According to existing interpretation, it would be illegal for a nation to spend more on national defense than it does on children’s welfare.

Children would acquire a legally enforceable right to leisure.

Christian schools that refuse to teach “alternative worldviews” and teach that Christianity is the only true religion “fly in the face of article 29″ of the treaty.

Allowing parents to opt their children out of sex education has been held to be out of compliance with the CRC.

Children would have the right to reproductive health information and services, including abortions, without parental knowledge or consent.

It’s a brave new world. Contact your Senators now before this even gets close. They need to be aware that we know this shit is coming down the pike.

h/t MB

U.N. Starts Screening It’s Calls, Let’s It Go To Voicemail

April 5th, 2009 at 4:50 pm by Brian

Come on, baby.  And I thought we had a good time the other night.  I was all up in your Kool-Aid.  You were helping me mix mine.  Don’t say you didn’t feel it too:

Obama Calls on U.N. to Punish North Korea Over Rocket

PRAGUE — President Obama said that North Korea violated international rules when it tested a rocket that could be used for long range missiles, and called on the Security Council to take action.

“This provocation underscores the need for action—not just this afternoon at the U.N. Security Council, but in our determination to prevent the spread of these weapons,” Mr. Obama said. “Rules must be binding. Violations must be punished. Words must mean something.”

Citing a recent internal U.N. poll, Secretary Bunky Moon notes that only 43% of members felt that “rules must be binding” while a crowded lunch table of 7% felt that words must mean something.  A staggering 82% felt we should invade Israel for having to answer this question in the first place.

In response to Mr. Obama’s calls to “do something”, the Secretary has asked several countries to volunteer setting up a scam foreign aid delegation to Pyongyang and commissioned a census of potential child refugees to entice other U.N. members to help in prospect of trading sex for food or medical care.

Your Federal Government At Work

April 2nd, 2009 at 2:42 pm by Preston Taylor Holmes

There’s a reason we refer to the TSA as “Thousands Standing Around”. They are worthless. This is the end result of another one of Bush’s mistakes (turning airport screeners into Federal employees) and here is a prime example of the power trips these little Napoleons engage in regularly. Most of us have experienced this on some level or another.

It didn’t help that this guy is a Ron Paul supporter and, therefore, according to Missouri state officials, a potential terrorist. He might have even had subversive literature on him – you know, the Constitution, the Bible, the Federalist Papers – OH CALAMITY!

Senator Alexander Wants You To Give/Serve!

March 27th, 2009 at 3:38 pm by Preston Taylor Holmes

UPDATE:

The MANDATORY VOLUNTEERISM part of this bill is not gone, they just moved it to house bill HR 1444. The bill text is here. The mandatory language and “four year service academy” language are all back.

Big surprise, now we have another bill to fight. You know what to do.


The so-called “Give” act – the bill that aims to create an army of 250,000 paid “volunteers” that will be an additional Dim-O-Crack voting bloc – has passed the Senate with the loving endorsement of many, many RINOs, including our own embarrassment, very special Senator Lamar Alexander.

On the bright side, Senator Corker was on the right side of this one, so I’ve just called to thank him for his vote. We have to give them props when they do the right thing, which means there will rarely be a need to call and thank Lamar! for his votes.

We’ve been covering it, as has Malkin.

Maybe it’s just me, but I find federal legislation titled “The GIVE Act” and “The SERVE Act” downright creepy. Even more troubling: The $6 billion price tag on these bipartisan bills to expand government-funded national service efforts. Volunteerism is a wonderful thing, which is why millions of Americans do it every day without a cent of taxpayer money. But the volunteerism packages on the Hill are less about promoting effective charity than about creating make-work, permanent bureaucracies, and left-wing slush funds.

The House passed the “Generations Invigorating Volunteerism and Education Act” – or the GIVE Act – last week. The Senate took up the companion “SERVE Act” Tuesday afternoon. According to a Congressional Budget Office analysis of the Senate bill, S. 277, the bill would cost “$418 million in 2010 and about $5.7 billion over the 2010-2014 period.” And like most federal programs, these would be sure to grow over time. The bills reauthorize the Clinton-era Americorps boondoggle program and an older law, the Domestic Volunteer Service Act of 1973.

Read the whole thing. The bill will now go to be reconciled by both houses of congress, where they will slip in even more spending and likely put the “mandatory volunteerism” clause back into it. Why? Because they know you aren’t paying attention. Or are you?

Here are your good guys in the Senate, at least on this bill:

NAYs —19

Barrasso (R-WY)
Brownback (R-KS)
Bunning (R-KY)
Coburn (R-OK)
Corker (R-TN)
Cornyn (R-TX)
Crapo (R-ID)
DeMint (R-SC)
Ensign (R-NV)
Graham (R-SC)
Inhofe (R-OK)
Kyl (R-AZ)
McConnell (R-KY)
Risch (R-ID)
Roberts (R-KS)
Sessions (R-AL)
Shelby (R-AL)
Thune (R-SD)
Vitter (R – LA)

Stand By For Your Daily Dose of Government Persecution

March 7th, 2009 at 5:48 pm by Preston Taylor Holmes

Here we go.  The adolescents who are now in charge of our government are going after a private citizen for criticizing our Tax Cheat Czar.

Today I received a letter from the IRS that my 2007 tax returns are being audited. Less than one month after launching TaxCheatStamps.com.

There’s a list of “proposed changes” they want to make to my 2007 return that would require me to pay almost $14,000 in taxes, penalties, and interest. All the “discrepancies” they list are bogus and I have documentation to prove it. I keep meticulous records and always pay every cent I owe to Uncle Sam. We’re going to talk to a lawyer ASAP.

There is no doubt in my mind that my family is being politically persecuted for making a mockery of our new Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner and the Obama administration.

It’s hard not to make a mockery of the Obamessiah’s administration – they do it to themselves on a daily basis.  Stand by, because with a bunch of narcissistic adolescents in power, any of us to stand up to their corruption will undoubtedly make their enemies list.

QOTD

March 6th, 2009 at 8:24 am by Preston Taylor Holmes

From someone handled Cashncarry in the forum over at Denninger’s place.

yeah, I’m feeling like we are all on a bus that is parked on some railroad tracks, and some of us are warning the driver to get us the hell out of the way of the oncoming freight train. As the driver turns around, he pulls his iPod earbuds out for a moment and tells us to shut the hell up and sit down. He then starts telling us how we all really need healthcare.

That’s the mental image I get.

Clutch cargo quote.

Calling It Like It Is

March 2nd, 2009 at 9:02 am by Preston Taylor Holmes

The lovely and controversial Cara Ellison has summed our collective situation up quite nicely.

If you are unemployed, the Obama stimulus will increase your unemployment payment by $25. If you work and pay taxes (but earn less than $250,000 per year), you will see an ‘extra’ $13 in your paycheck. This must be intentional. Surely all the geniuses in the Obama administration did not overlook the fact that its now more profitable to not work than to work.

I believe that this, along with all the other Obama initiatives, are deliberate attempts to bring full-on Socialism to America’s shores. Many politicians, even on the Conservative side, are careful to call it “European-style socialism”, as if to distinguish it from Nazi or Soviet-style socialism. But that is an assumption that ignores all the facts we know about Obama and his evil administration.

Socialism is evil. Even when its proffered by a charismatic historic leader. Even when our economy is shrinking instead of growing. There is never any excuse for it. Socialism destroys human beings. It destroys the incentive to work. It spreads misery, not wealth, equally. It feeds class envy. It makes us smaller and shrinks our possibilities.

I’ve been referring to the Hussein Administration as Communist for quite a while and I don’t use the term sardonically. People immediately dismiss you as a crackpot when you use a term like “Communist”, but it’s the term that most accurately applies to these people. You can call them socialists, but I believe their plans go further than the simple confiscation and redistribution of wealth, which has already been going on since the 60′s.

This cabal is running a full court press for Federal control of private industry (banking, health care, markets, environment, energy, the list goes on…) and the corruption of both political parties blended with the greed and theft by some on Wall Street and the bad behavior of both borrowers and lenders in the sub-prime pyramid scheme have created the perfect opportunity for President Hussein to use the politics of fear to browbeat his braindead followers into doing whatever he claims is necessary.

These people are nothing more than 60′s-era Marxists who have used the Saul Alinsky playbook to hoodwink a dependent population dumbed down by Government schools with platitudes like “hope” and “change”. We have truly sunk to the depths of human intellect when these words are the extent of a supposedly informed voter’s education.

If you believe that President Hussein, Nancy Pelosi and Harry Reid passed this crippling bailout because they truly meant for it to help the economy rebound, you’re in as much denial as the zombies who went around last fall moaning about hope and change. Their plan is simple – (1) destroy the economy through catastrophic debt and national bankruptcy, (2) then as society breaks down in the wake of economic chaos, a firm crackdown on freedom will be necessary to restore order, (3) after which, the country can be reconstructed under whatever Federal control these people decide is needed (i.e. full-on unapologetic Communism).

American free-market style Capitalism is the enemy of this administration and they will do whatever is necessary to finish it off for good. Once they have done this, they will be able to move us to a true One World Government, erasing that nasty era of American superiority and unprecedented advancement in individuality and human freedom.

This is about absolute power and that’s the ultimate goal for the Hussein Gang. At least with Bill Clinton, he just wanted to get rich and get laid. This bunch is a much more sinister – and focused – group.

It is more important than ever for the average citizen to get involved and demand accountability from these thugs. This includes Senators and Reps from both parties – there is a vast silent majority that is pissed off about what is going on and if they/we will get off our asses, we can stop the bleeding.

It’s time to wake up.

RTWT.

UPDATE:

If you think this causes any genuine concern in the White House, think again. Everything is on course.

Obama’s U.N. Buddies Will Find A Way To Shut Us Up Eventually

February 26th, 2009 at 11:11 am by Preston Taylor Holmes

Freedom of speech is such a pain in the ass for dictators, authoritarians and community agitators.

via Jihad Watch

An Apology To Future Generations

February 13th, 2009 at 10:30 am by Preston Taylor Holmes

Ron Hart, who is usually hilarious, puts aside the humor and pens an apology letter to his great grandkids. I’m sending it to mine as well.

I am nearing mid-life now, and on my birthday I write this letter to you to apologize for what my generation has done to the country that you will inherit.

The people of my generation were selfish and were appropriately dubbed the “Me Generation.” We fought no wars, we built up the citizenry’s dependence on government and we spent money on ourselves for which we will leave you the tab. For that, I am eternally apologetic. I did my part to avoid this by working hard, paying taxes, and never asking the government for anything but to leave me alone. And I wrote a column that tried to educate people on the power of capitalism, minimal government, and prudent fiscal policies. It took our country 230 years to rack up $5 trillion in debt, and only two presidencies to double that to $10 trillion.

Then, when the Republicans lost their way and became Democrats, we elected a charismatic president who promised an undefined agenda of “hope.” A fawning media never asked him any hard questions, and they became his cheerleaders. In 2008, journalism died.

You should really read the whole thing. It hits the nail on the head. There is nothing funny about the untimely and unnecessary death of the greatest country mankind has ever created.

Crony Communism

February 6th, 2009 at 8:21 pm by Brian

The Hamtastic Mary Katherine, a favorite of this blog and all meat byproducts, warns us of the  incoming Trade Rep. (I know, exciting stuff but it gets better and “better”, I mean worse) being touted by one Pres. Barrington H. O’Snobba for The Great Trade War Czar :

Rep. Xavier Becerra (D-Los Angeles) could become the administration’s point person on international trade. He’s a terrible choice, and not just because of a history of unsavory behavior — such as his successful efforts to win a pardon from President Clinton for convicted cocaine kingpin Carlos Vignali, or the screamingly unethical robo-calls his campaign engineered during his run for Los Angeles mayor in 2001. Becerra is a leader of the Democratic Party’s protectionist wing, which opposes NAFTA, the Dominican Republic-Central American Free Trade Agreement and most other trade deals.

Now for the worst part.  The typically and predictably Chicago part.   In a news item that I have seen no one really commenting on today, Obama threatens to unleash the power of Urkelnomics on the soon to be unemployed masses by way of a brainless trust of narrow special interest bundlers and fundraisers he’s dubbing the “Economic Recovery Advisory Board”.   Tell me if you think these people should be advising anyone about what it takes to jumpstart an economy:

Choosing from corporate boardrooms, labor unions (lulz) and academia (hahahahahaha!), President Obama named a team of outside  (ROTFFSMFP) economic advisers Friday that he says he will turn to for help in boosting the sagging U.S. economy.

William H. Donaldson, who served as SEC chairman from 2003 to 2005

Donaldson is the rocket surgeon who implemented Sarbanes-Oxley.  SOX as it’s called is (also called many other things under people’s breath) is widely considered to be one of the worst and most costly laws ever inflicted on any business ever.  i.e., not growth friendly.  The stock market collapsed after it was implemented so it must be working!

Roger W. Ferguson, Jr., president and CEO of the TIAA-CREF retirement fund

How’s that retirement fund working out?  Another Harvard egghead who happened to be Urkel’s crony Transition Economic Advisory Board and Trustee of the whackadoo Carnegie Endowment for Dictators with the Ketchup Lady.  Alger Hiss not available for comment.

Robert Wolf, chairman and CEO of the financial services firm UBS Group Americas

Investment banker scumbag / Urkel fundraising bundler

David F. Swensen, CIO of Yale University

Yale’s trustfund baby daycare provider / Ever get the feeling that the fix is in?  Last week he penned an Op/Ed in the New York Times arguing that we should “stimulate” the economy by bailing out the New York Times as well as making them a tax-exempt organization. It’s For The Public Good! ™

Mark T. Gallogly, founder and managing partner of the investment advisory firm Centerbridge Partners LP

Is there a Democrat he hasn’t written a check to? If not, hold out your hand and get to the back of the line based on your particular aggrieved status – race, sexual orientation and gender in that order please.  Again, the New York Times inadvertently spills the beans.

Penny Pritzker, chairman and founder of Pritzker Realty Group

This one is truly priceless.  See above “spill the beans” link.  Pritzker was the billionaire Finance Chair of Urkel’s campaign.  He was going to repay her with the Commerce Secretary job but that’s way more work than causing the subprime mortgage crisis.  Which she did.  Chicago all the way.  What does a Chicago realty bitch know about fixing the economy? About as much as the next bitch.

Monica C. Lozano, publisher and CEO of the Spanish-language newspaper La Opinion

She publishes a Southern California Spanish newspaper.  WTF?????  National Council of La Raza member.  Castrophile.   Why does Bank of America extend credit to illegal aliens?  You’re looking at one of the reasons.  Fix the US economy?  I don’t think so.  This woman has no business being anywhere outside of a sanctuary city.

The rest are below and there are some jewels.  Doerr a no account Green Baron who’s got a carbon credit in your size, Anna Burger another Chicago Madame who was likely in league as the head of Change To Win negotiating a soft landing for Blagojevich with Rahm Emanuel as she was also part of his Transition Team.  The AFL-CIO Union thugs.  I know they know how to lose jobs but have they figured out how to make one yet without it costing $75 a hour with 3 months of vacation a year?

This list is 95% Hoover with a chance of Debs.

Jeffrey R. Immelt, CEO of General Electric
John Doerr, a partner with the venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield & Byers

Venture capitalist who backs Google who in turn backs Obama to the hilt.  As an Al Gore partner, he wants to legislate “greening” laws on every company which – sa-prize! -that just happens to be the business he’s in.  Another Obama loyalist.

Jim Owens, chairman and CEO of the heavy equipment manufacturer Caterpillar Inc.

This is the most confusing pick on this panel.  Owens is an unlimited Free Trade proponent for an Illinois based company that has never had a productive relationship with Obama as he is, quite simply, the most rabid anti-business President (and former Senator) in US history.  The protectionist unions (especially the Steelworkers) could potentially force Caterpillar into bankruptcy as they are the leading purchaser of steel in the United States.  Bankruptcy or relocating all of their manufacturing overseas to offset the operating expenses caused by an international steel trade war.  Those will be tens of thousands of Illinois jobs lost.

Good luck building those infrastructure projects without that company.  I know I’ll feel comfortable driving over that bridge built by the affirmative action hire to promote social justice.

Charles E. Phillips Jr., president of the computer software maker Oracle Corp.
Anna Burger, secretary-treasurer of the Service Employees International Union and chairwoman of the labor coalition Change to Win
Richard L. Trumka, secretary-treasurer of the labor organization AFL-CIO

After losing his job as a stunt double for Alex Karras in “Webster”, Trumka is Urkel’s “house cracker” who shills for the protectionists at the labor union.  In that link, he compares Hillary Clinton supporters as bigots because the only reason why you wouldn’t vote for Obama is because you’re a racist – duh.   Complete with forehead wiping black preacher shtick.  Some assembly required but given his track record of success in his field all future assembly will be done in Korea, Vietnam or Mexico.

Laura D’Andrea Tyson, who served as a key economic adviser to President Bill Clinton and is dean of the Haas School of Business at the University of California, Berkeley

Another Berkeley space case, Clinton leftover, yet another liberal Brookings Institution, CFR member (as are several others on this panel) and had no qualms knitting golden parachutes while running Morgan Stanley into the ground.

Martin Feldstein, George F. Baker Professor of Economics at Harvard University

Let’s provide “stimulus” by slashing the defense budget.  Didn’t see that coming.  Funny how all these people writing big Op-Ed pieces in the last month all get selected.  It’s almost as if they knew that they were going to be nominated and were writing the narrative before this “Board” was going to be announced.

Worthless U.N. Passes Terrorist Protection Act

January 9th, 2009 at 8:58 am by Preston Taylor Holmes

…And Israel promptly ignores them. In the wise words of Wilfred Brimley, “It’s the right thing to do.”

Fighting continued in Gaza Friday despite a U.N. resolution calling for an immediate end to hostilities. Both sides in the conflict rejected demands for an immediate cease-fire.

The U.N. resolution calls for an immediate, durable and fully-respected cease-fire, but on the ground in Gaza there was no indication it would be quickly implemented.

After a meeting of Israel’s security cabinet, Prime Minister Ehud Olmert released a statement, saying continued rocket fire from Hamas showed that an immediate cease-fire is not workable. He said Israel’s military operations would continue.

And on the ground they did, Israeli aircraft hit at least 50 targets overnight, and plumes of smoke rose into the air from missiles, bombs and explosions through the day.

Hamas also remained defiant. Its militants continued to fire rockets into southern Israel.

In other words, the anti-Semites at the U.N. once again call for Israel to quit being meanie-butts and beating up on those poor terrorists (all the while supporting Hamas’ practice of flinging rockets into Israel unabated). It’s a formula that’s worked for them for years, why stop now?

Our friend Zack from Diversity Lane is on the case, as usual.

Rooftop Credit Ape Goes To The G20 Meetings

November 16th, 2008 at 2:17 pm by Preston Taylor Holmes

As U.S. Federal Government officials have demonstrated over the past several months, they have absolutely no clue what they’re doing when it comes to economics. So President Junior took a seat on the big white phone, pulled out the big red phone and called his buddies around the world and had them over for dinner. I believe this is called a “summit” or some such.

The most important call he made, however, was to the hero who unfroze the Knoxville credit markets, Rooftop Credit Ape. The leadership of Rooftop Credit Ape was said to have “set the tone” at the G20 meetings.


 

Rooftop Credit Ape shares one of his
secret strategies for economic success.

 

 

 

Rooftop Credit Ape sparred with French Prime
Minister Nicolas Sarkozy. Sarkozy called Rooftop Credit
Ape, “knowledgeable, inflatable.”

 

 

 

Here, Rooftop Credit Ape tries to explain
to world leaders that socialism has failed
time-and-again, and that free markets are the
answer to the current global economic crisis.

 

 

 

In non-Credit-Ape related news, Russian President
Dmitry Medvedev was horrified by the appearance
of former Secretary of State Helen Thomas
Madeleine Halfbright

Sunday Night Surrender

November 9th, 2008 at 10:07 pm by Preston Taylor Holmes

Here comes the New World Order. Won’t Presidents Bush I and II both be so pleased in the way they’ve helped bring about their dream.

LONDON (Reuters) – The international financial crisis has given world leaders a unique opportunity to create a truly global society, Britain’s Prime Minister Gordon Brown will say in a keynote foreign policy speech on Monday.

No, it gives socialist world leaders an excuse to drag us into their economic and social quagmire.

“The alliance between Britain and the U.S. — and more broadly between Europe and the U.S. — can and must provide leadership, not in order to make the rules ourselves, but to lead the global effort to build a stronger and more just international order,” an excerpt from the speech says.

“Uniquely in this global age, it is now in our power to come together so that 2008 is remembered not just for the failure of a financial crash that engulfed the world but for the resilience and optimism with which we faced the storm, endured it and prevailed,” Brown will say in his speech on Monday evening.

“…And if we learn from our experience of turning unity of purpose into unity of action, we can together seize this moment of change in our world to create a truly global society.”

Ummmm… hell no.

These are: terrorism and extremism and the need to reassert faith in democracy; the global economy; climate change; conflict and mechanisms for rebuilding states after conflict; and meeting goals on tackling poverty and disease.

Brown will also identify five stages for tackling the economy, starting with recapitalizing banks so they can resume lending to families and businesses, and better international co-ordination of fiscal and monetary policy.

He also wants immediate action to stop the spread of the financial crisis to middle-income countries, with a new facility for the International Monetary Fund, and agreement on a global trade deal, as well as reform of the global financial system.

With the Obamessiah already waving the white flag everywhere he can, the climate is finally ripe to enact country-based wealth redistribution on a much grander scale. We wouldn’t want to be thought of as being selfish would we?

Taxation Without Representation

October 9th, 2008 at 12:52 pm by Preston Taylor Holmes

That’s what it’s basically come down to. Last week when I was writing and calling my RINO Senators, I knew down deep that it was pointless. They answer to the almighty dollar, not us. It’s hard to muster passion when you know that the only things on the other end are deaf ears.

Longtime friend of the Buffet Michele sums up my feelings so much better than I can.

What kind of government can continue to have any kind of power with a with a 6% approval rating? I have an answer. A government not for the people and by the people, that’s not operating under the will of its people is not a fascist one, it’s a tyrannical one.

It’s not Bush or Cheney or Obama or Pelosi….it’s all of them. The best we can do is vote for the politician who wears a condom when he rapes us.

Quote of the year.

Read the whole thing.

Senate Passes Massive Steaming Log, Leaves It At The Steps Of The House

October 1st, 2008 at 9:45 pm by Preston Taylor Holmes

It’s steamy. And it’s sitting at the steps of the House. I can see some of the House Reps cracking their office doors and looking out at the log. They can smell it. Due to its massive size, they are amazed that the Senate was able to force it out of their collective legislative anus. A few of them just wretched retched.

Harry Reid is currently speaking to the press. He notes that “they (the U.S. Senate) are not going to let our economy fail.”

Reid may be worried that the economy may not be able to fail all by itself, so he wants the Federal Government to make damn sure it happens.

Mitch McConnell has stated that this is the “Senate at its finest.”

Taking your money and wasting it and shunning accountability for all involved. That sounds like the U.S. Senate to which I’ve become resigned.

They are each stepping up to the podium to pat themselves on the back for their “bi-partisanship”. I hope they all painfully dislocate their shoulders.

Congratulations, you thieving bastards.

Bolton/Burge ’08

July 26th, 2008 at 2:39 pm by Brian

S&L posits an interesting proposition but unless there’s a coup at the RNC convention we can still expect the Pompous Pilate Pope of Hope to square off against the Aging Arizonan.

Still, I can dream of a day where John Bolton conveys his executive middle finger to the White House press corp the way he does to Obambi’s Innocents Abroad speech:

Perhaps Obama needs a remedial course in Cold War history, but the Berlin Wall most certainly did not come down because “the world stood as one.” The wall fell because of a decades-long, existential struggle against one of the greatest totalitarian ideologies mankind has ever faced. It was a struggle in which strong and determined U.S. leadership was constantly questioned, both in Europe and by substantial segments of the senator’s own Democratic Party.

C-Span re-aired The Greatest Speech To The Largest Audience In History (each speech greater than the last) this morning and I must say that Amy Winehouse would do well to be as substance free as your typical Obama speech.  The idea that the Berlin Wall fell because the world grabbed a Coke and defeated Communism with a rousing chorus of “I’d Like To Teach The World To Sing” in our collective native tongues is beyond preposterous.  But it’s what he says.  Speeches as vacuous as lyrics to a U2 hit and the sunglasses to boot.

Bono Diplomacy may “raise awareness” but to date it hasn’t solved a single problem save moving a few ipods.

The successes Obama refers to in his speech — the defeat of Nazism, the Berlin airlift and the collapse of communism — were all gained by strong alliances defeating determined opponents of freedom, not by “one-worldism.” Although the senator was trying to distinguish himself from perceptions of Bush administration policy within the Atlantic Alliance, he was in fact sketching out a post-alliance policy, perhaps one that would unfold in global organizations such as the United Nations.

Seeing as how the UN is going to be run by African tinpots and the usual kleptocracy of one-world appointees for the foreseeable future, good luck with that whole “never again” Darfur thingy.  You think those soldiers can tell the difference between the Janjaweed militia and civilians anymore than you can tell a Shia from a Sunni?  You think that’s a compelling US interest to expend blood and treasure?

Maybe it is.  Maybe it isn’t.  But you certainly can’t make that case if Iraq didn’t meet the criteria.

Here’s a real-life “Dreams of My Father” in today’s Financial Times.  This is the reality of what The One-Worlders accomplish when One World foolishly relies on them.  If the US had gotten involved there, they would be trying to indict our representatives in the Hague instead of the true purveyors of genocide.

Can a Bolton/Burge ticket save us?  I think I found my write-in.

A2M On The First Date

July 24th, 2008 at 10:03 pm by Brian

Well, the virulently anti-American German media has spoken:

Anyone who saw Barack Obama at Berlin’s Siegessäule on Thursday could recognize that this man will become the 44th president of the United States. He is more than ambitious — he wants to lay claim to become the president of the world.

Is that what Americans are wanting to elect?  Never say “politics ends at the water’s edge” anymore.  An ostensibly American candidate for President campaigning overseas is nauseating.  Pandering to the people who made the worst parts of the last century possible.

Europe is witnessing the 44th president of the United States during this trip. [...]

Let’s allow ourselves to be warmed today, by this man at the Victory Column. Then we’ll take a further look.

Gerhard Spörl is the chief editor of DER SPIEGEL’s foreign desk.

Yes, let’s “be warmed today”.  Tonight the hot sex – tomorrow the AIDS test.

Nothing resonates with the foreign media like apologizing for us being a bunch of fuck-ups who mean well.

Yea, we suck but we try dammit.

Yea, our history is one of never quite living up to our creed but one of these days….

Don’t call him or Hobama bitter though.

A taxpayer funded Benetton campaign ad culminating in ditching a visit to US forces stationed in Germany.

Obama has “cancelled a planned short visit to the Rammstein and Landstuhl U.S. military bases in the southwest German state of Rhineland-Palatinate. The visits were planned for Friday.”

“Barack Obama will not be coming to us,” a spokesperson for the U.S. military hospital in Landstuhl told Der Spiegel. “I don’t know why.”

Updated – no visit because he would not be allowed to use it for a campaign stop.

Wouldn’t want to ruin the post-coital glow with a fawning European press corp that makes their US counterparts look like militant Birchers.

Count yourselves lucky, troops.  The only way Obama could have gone out on a higher note would have been if he rolled a live grenade into your barracks and raised the UN flag over your base.

U.N.interested

June 6th, 2008 at 6:06 pm by Brian

When in the Course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with another, and to assume among the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to which the Laws of Nature and of Nature’s God entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions of mankind requires that they should declare the causes which impel them to the separation.

Today, some of the causes are getting declared:

The United States has quietly informed Western allies of its intention to walk away from the U.N. Human Rights Council, diplomatic sources said on Friday.

[...]

“They said they were going to disengage totally,” said one representative of a rights watchdog group.

Clearly complaining to this group about Human Rights is a waste of everyone’s time and our money.

The Council replaced the widely discredited U.N. Commission on Human Rights. But it is seen by critics as having fallen under control of a bloc of Islamic and African countries, which have a majority when backed by their frequent allies Russia, China and Cuba.

My first instinct is that the Left will be cheering this move as well. As if reciting “Abu Ghraib and Guantanamo!!!@11!” carries the same weight as Sudanese genocide, mass starvation in Zimbabwe, a junta shutting out foreign aid from helping its cyclone-ravaged citizenry, Islamic attacks on a Danish Embassy on the anniversary of a cartoon being published, a militarized Venezuela shutting down all opposition press, and forced clitorectomies for all is preferable to playing naked twister with enemy combatants and providing terrorists with legal representation / religiously appropriate meals.

However, when it comes to getting the U.S. out the U.N. we’ll take the small victories where we can get them.

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