Friday, September 09, 2011

Friday FUGLY

1960's bureaucratic modernism

Soros' Smear Fear Incorporated

Socialist billionaire George Soros, who as a child helped Nazi's round up Jews for extermination and to steal their valuables, says memorials to our dead murdered by cowardly Islamofascists is Islamophobia. Mr. genius probably thinks the US Arizona Memorial is anti-Asian.

Soros Releases Report Slamming U.S. Islamophobia
As the U.S prepares to acknowledge the 9-11 10th Anniversary,  multi-billionaire financier George Soros released a report that claims a conservative cabal of groups and individuals are Islamophobic and the 9-11 memorials are more about hatred for Muslims than commemorating the killing of close to 3,000 Americans by radical Islamists.

Soros calls these Americans, most of whom are conservatives, Fear Incorporated.

Little Georgie the Nazi lover has, I think, Americophobia. He cannot stand our successes, such as defeating his beloved Nazis, nor our freedoms, which he buys in whatever country he lives in, nor our republican form of government which asks for strong individualism. So he lies about us when ever he can and spends billions to hurt our way of life, our media, our education system, our government and our currency.

Soros is Smear Incorporated who sucks the blood of societies to enrich himself. 

Obama's Campaign "Jobs" Speech Panned By Facts

When one of his biggest supporters, the AP, pans the central point of Obama's plan you know his political chimera of lies has been torn.

FACT CHECK: Obama's jobs plan paid for? Seems not

Yes, I know. All the cut and paste crowd will speak their truth to power by stating the opposite of the obvious. Over and over. What is obvious to those that watched the speech is that in the over-all not many members of Congress liked it and fewer believed him even though he threw crumbs to both sides of the aisle. 

Empty suit. Empty speech.

The Tea Party Is Going Global

Anyone who has actually been involved in the mechanics of politics knows that polls are used more to push opinion, thus they are called Push Polls, than they are used to actually accurately gauge voter opinion. A prime example was the degradation of the 1960's silent majority by polling firms that couldn't find them and today we are witnessing the very same as "pollsters" point to the unpopular and dwindling Tea Party movement. They do this in an attempt to push opinion against the movement for a simple reason, they are scared to death of the Tea Party.

A good article looks at the growing and increasingly popular movement around the world.

The Global Tea Party and Its Enemies

The Global Tea Party thus extends from the United States to China, leaving its footprint in the Middle East.  You can even see it in Europe, most recently in the Netherlands, where the lynchpin of the current government—Geert Wilders, an outspoken Christian—has called for a reassertion of traditional Dutch values, denounced the excessive toleration of reactionary, intolerant Islamism, and convinced his countrymen to require immigrants to learn Dutch and learn, and abide by, the rules and ideals of their new society.  His recent speech in Berlin  sounds very familiar to anyone familiar with Tea Party passions.

So when we hear the leaders of the American Establishment declare war on the tea partiers, we would do well to remember that such movements are deeply imbedded in our national DNA, that those Establishment types owe their own status to such a movement, that the dreams of the tea partiers are shared not only by millions of American voters, but by freedom-seeking peoples in some very unexpected places, and that it is no accident to discover that a global movement in the name of freedom coincides with a global Great Awakening, with roots in America and its unique revolutionary tradition.

Yep, China. I wonder if members of the Tea Party-like movement there are called stupid fat white old people that are anti-science by intellectual elitists pining for the return of Mao Tse-Tung like such American heavyweights like Nancy Pelosi, Andre Carson and Richard Trumka.