Saturday, October 18, 2014

This post was written a year ago, still valid!

Obama lied like a snake oil salesman - and he continues to! Now he is selling his socialistic health insurance and worse yet is judgmental about what constitutes a good health insurance program that real people have chosen and paid for. If I choose to buy and drive a Dodge Dart that's my choice in a supposedly free country. I don't have to list the dozens of lies he has told, they are chronicled everywhere. And now his latest ploy is "I know nothing!"

The emperor has no clothes! Why can't so many people see that?

Americans today suffer from a huge dose of black guilt. It prevails in the Northeast and increases when you reach the west coast. Never in the history of this country have people roiled over their guilt about "what our ancestors did to blacks" as much as they do now.

That was the main reason Obama was elected, twice. The only reason this president has not been impeached is because he is black. If this had been Bush, Reagan or even Clinton he would have been facing the Senate accused of a raft of issues from obstructing congress to lying to congress!

What part of he is not an African American don't y'all understand? African Americans by definition have a deep heritage reaching back centuries from slavery through decades of discrimination. Obama's heritage is Kenyan and a white American hippie! The extent of his exposure to African Americanism is his long time pastor Jeremiah Wright. Enough Said! Stop cutting him slack on the basis of his skin color. It's insulting to African Americans.

Any president MUST be held to a higher standard! Regardless if "all politicos lie" we are committing national suicide if we simply accept this. Visit many third world and other nations where corruption and lying are accepted as normal and you will see the way the people are exploited, and the abject poverty and decline they live in. 
I will never accept the "well, they all do it" argument.

Wednesday, July 09, 2014

"Introduction to Cultural Marxism" by Myrtok on the Dan Carlin Common Sense blog

Most of the causes that you're labeling (for lack of a better term) as "cultural marxism" are way past the finish line and well into the process of mangling the innocent onlookers in the bleacher seats.  "Anti-male feminism" is nothing more than the aftermath of the (in my opinion) very righteous fight for women's rights.  It's just the "warriors" from that fight who refused, for whatever reason, to notice that the had already crossed the finish line and won the race.  It's people who went way beyond the logical conclusion for their cause.  They achieved "balance" and are now working to push the scales the other way.  The fight for equal rights for minorities has overshot the finish line and turned into a fight for racial affirmative action.  The fight to end discrimination against non-Christians has overshot the finish line and morphed into social disdain for Christians.

All of those changes were incredibly disruptive to the moral fabric of our nation.  Children whose parents taught them that it was immoral to marry a person of a different race were being taught something different by society.  Women whose mothers taught them that their moral duty was to make babies and act as a servant to a husband were being taught something different by society.  Economic systems which were at a comfortable equilibrium under the old system were thrown out of balance by the influx of female and minority workers (and still haven't quite found it again, in my opinion).  Social orders were upended.  None of this is to say that the changes themselves were bad.  They simply came at the price of massive disruptions to the social order, and our society is still getting bounced around by the ripples of those disruptions.  When you get knocked to your left, you probably overcompensate to the right and then continue to wobble back and forth in ever smaller movements until you've regained your balance.  We should expect to continue seeing overreactions from all sides for a few more generations until our society finally finds its equilibrium again.

When all of these cultural changes were happening, another socially disruptive force was trying to take hold in the Western World - Marxism.  The stated goal of Marxism was to overthrow the existing social order.  As just one example, a primary tenant of Marxism was to eliminate the influence of the Christian church on society and replace it with devotion to the people's government.  That situation made (and still makes) it very easy to identify people fighting against the influence of the Christian Church as Marxists.  Indeed, Marxists were very vocal and willing to get behind anti-Christians and push, but not all anti-Christians were Marxists. In fact, the majority weren't and still aren't.   A similar situation can be seen in today's gun debate.  Neo-Nazi and skinhead groups are very vocal in the fight for gun rights, and anti-gun activists commonly take advantage of that fact to portray all of their opposition as racists, when most aren't racist in the least.

Marxists shared goals with people who were fighting for most of the social changes we've seen in The U.S.A. and the rest of the Western World in the past century and a half or so.  That doesn't mean that all of those changes should be associated with nor attributed to Marxism.

Wednesday, June 26, 2013

By Michelle Frost

Within my soul, within my mind, there lies a place I cannot find. Home of my heart. Land of my birth. Smoke-colored stone and flame-colored earth. Electric skies. Shivering heat. Blood-red clay beneath my feet.

At night when finally alone, I close my eyes and I am home. I kneel and touch the blood-warm sand and feel the pulse beneath my hand. Of an ancient life too old to name, in an ancient land too wild to tame.

How can I show you what I feel? How can I make this essence real? I search for words in dumb frustration to try and form some explanation, but how can heart and soul be caught in one-dimensional written thought?

If love and longing are a "fire" and man "consumed" by his desire, then this love is no simple flame that mortal thought can hold or tame. As deep within the earth's own core the love of home burns evermore.

But what is home? I hear them say, this never was yours anyway. You have no birthright to this place, descendant from another race. An immigrant? A pioneer? You are no longer welcome here.

Whoever said that love made sense? "I love" is an "imperfect" tense. To love in vain has been man's fate from history to present date. I have no grounds for dispensation, I know I have no home or nation.

For just one moment in the night I am complete, my soul takes flight. For just one moment... then it's gone and I am once again undone. Never complete. Never whole. White skin and an African soul.

Thursday, December 13, 2012

US Government intrusion in individual rights

The Terrorists have won! Like termites attacking a building, they have undermined the very structure of our country and we have facilitated this with our overreaction to their every action. "Stop the termites! Tear down the building!" America has lost the unique freedoms we held so precious and our forefathers struggled to establish more than 200 years ago. We have surrendered the freedom and individual security that Americans have died for in numerous wars, that established America as a shining champion of the rights of individuals in the world. We allowed, maybe even encouraged, the demagogues to take it all away in the name of "safety." Shame on us!

Thursday, December 29, 2011

We The People ...

Sometimes it is necessary to state the obvious - because it is not always obvious!  We are faced with very dangerous times and the upcoming election is on the verge of being lost.  We must consider what we are all about.

What does Freedom mean to me?  It is the unfettered ability to live as I want, to use the light bulbs I choose, to eat what I want. To keep the fruits of my labor, to influence which part of my wealth I will give for the common good, and to decide what other causes I will support.  It is the freedom to buy a car or vehicle that I choose, regardless of the type of fuel it uses or it's size. It is the freedom to choose where and how I live. It is the freedom to express my religious beliefs and icons where and when, and if, I choose.  It is the freedom to write and read whatever I choose - without propaganda and coercion of biased news media as well as by teachers and professors in our schools and colleges. 

Only by holding information services to publish the truth - or clearly indicate their publications to be their opinions - can we be assured of supporting the right choices. To keep propaganda out of our schools especially for young people is essential, therefore my choice of school for my children is key.  Furthermore, it is my right and obligation to choose representatives that reflect my ideology and beliefs, and to hold them to their commitments.

The most common ideal expressed here is FREEDOM of CHOICE; freedom as long as we do not directly harm another and freedom not to be harmed by others. We choose to live in this country and contribute our blood, sweat and tears because America is mankind’s last best hope. This well-worn cliche is very true; elsewhere in the world people are increasingly subjugated by dictators, false prophets and “conventional wisdom”.  Increasingly, through intimidation, coercion, force, taxation, and propaganda these leaders plunge their people into crushing debt; to fill their own pockets, payoff their cronies and enslave the people. Debt is Slavery!  

The Constitution of the United States is an amazing document, wrought by very intelligent and educated men.  No other country ever adopted a legal document providing for and ensuring rights for the common man to this extent. Consequently many have never tasted the fruits of freedom and some who did are loosing their rights, as are we.  Deviating from the tried and true principles expressed and detailed in our Constitution is resulting in a loss of rights for all.  

There are those who attack this fundamental law on many fronts; it did not really guarantee equal rights for all, blacks were excluded some say.  Well, equal rights are now universal in our country, but not equal responsibilities! We now face “affirmative action” which has created a super-race with greater rights.  The vast number of whites who voted for Barak Obama say they did so because he is black.  Obama will be re-elected because these people have lower expectations of black people.  How insulting - yet true.  Herman Cain would have something to say about that!

The socialist principles which drive the current administration are popular with young educated people, black people, unions and older well-to-do white people.  They will elect Obama for another four years and the country, as we know it, will probably not survive.  There is only one possible alternative.  

Krista Branch – Remember Who We Are. 
We keep our faith. 
When there is no way out. 
When there is little hope. 
We show no doubt. 
We know the distance. 
No matter how hard. 
Remember Who We Are. 
We’ve paid a price to be free. 
Remember Who We Are. 
With our blood sweat and tears. 
Remember Who We Are.

Thursday, June 17, 2010

Source Unknown

Some people have the vocabulary to sum up things in a way you can understand them. This quote came from the Czech Republic . Someone over there has it figured out. They have it figured out because they've lived through it. We have a lot of work to do to "undoctrinate" our young and future leaders.

"The danger to America is not Barack Obama but a citizenry capable of entrusting a man like him with the Presidency.  It will be far easier to limit and undo the follies of an Obama presidency than to restore the    necessary common sense and good judgment to a depraved electorate willing to have such a man for their president. The problem is much deeper and far more serious than Mr. Obama, who is a mere symptom of what ails America. Blaming the prince of the fools should not blind anyone to the vast confederacy of fools that made him their prince. The Republic can survive a Barack Obama, who is, after all, merely a fool. It is less likely to survive a multitude of fools such as those who made him their president."

Sunday, May 02, 2010

The Big Alienation

Peggy Noonan's column in the WSJ on Saturday, May 1st, (link this heading) entitled The Big Alienation is right on the money.  However, who is paying attention? We are seeing big demonstrations for and against control of illegal immigration - my guess is these will escalate as we near the November elections and considering the passion that this issue inspires, it is not a stretch to predict that violence will escalate.  

Our elected officials and their minions sit on their hands and leverage the hate and fear - sending union mobsters to quell the concerned citizens.  There was a time when politicians were dragged from their palaces of privilege and "tarred and feathered" in the streets.  Are we approaching that level of frustration?  

Doris Kearns Goodwin opined, in the closing chapters of her magnificent book, No Ordinary Time - about the Roosevelt’s in wartime;  “It may well be true that social revolution is not possible without war or violent internal upheaval. These provide a unity of purpose and opportunity for change that are rarely present in more tranquil times.”