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ObaMao – America Looks Like Mao’s Communist China

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The similarities between Mao’s ‘Great Leap Forward’ and Obama’s Hope & Change/Fundamental Transformation is frightening.

History would teach us much if only we Americans chose not to be ignorant of it’s lessons.  If the UK can recognize what Obama is turning us into – why can’t we?

Obamas America Starting to Look Like Maos Communist China

Given what is going on in China lately I have been nearly obsessed learning about China’s history.  It is easily one of the most interesting cultures on Earth with thousands of years of dynasties, warlords, communism, capitalism, wars and atrocities.

Of all the atrocities the worst, by far, was committed during Mao’s Communist China revolution and the typically Orwellian named, “The Great Leap Forward”.

That leap eventually ended up with the deaths and starvation of somewhere between 20 and 45 million people. Despite this devastation, American oligarch David Rockefeller said this of the period: “Whatever the price of the Chinese revolution, it has obviously succeeded not only in producing more efficient and dedicated administration, but also in fostering high morale and community of purpose. The social experiment in China under Chairman Mao’s leadership is one of the most important and successful in human history.”

As I watched a recent documentary on this period it struck me how eerily similar the early years of Mao, leading to those deaths, were to today’s USA and Obama.

THE SIMILARITIES

Hope and Change.  As with Obama, Mao was swept into power under great fanfare as a savior by a society of people who had been so impoverished and wartorn to put their faith in this man with his ideas.  As with Obama the first few years didn’t go too terribly giving some people hope.  But, soon after taking power, in 1950, he quickly got China involved in the Korean War.

Land Reform.  During that same period Mao went to work on taking away land from landowners and “giving it to the people”.  Done differently, but with the same end goal, the US has been decimating small farmowners through regulations, taxes and even armed raids ending up with large corporations owning more and more of the productive land.  The large corporations, through the US blend of fascism and socialism, end up owning more and more of the land.  According to the US Department of Agriculture, the number of farms in the United States has fallen from about 6.8 million in 1935 to only about 2 million today.  According to Farm Aid, every week approximately 330 farmers leave their land for good.  This isn’t done as overtly as it was during Mao’s time of just killing landowners as the US government has perfected propaganda but the end result is essentially the same.

Suicides.  In Shanghai during this time, suicide by jumping from tall buildings became so commonplace that residents avoided walking on the pavement near skyscrapers for fear that suicides might land on them.  In the US today, even the New Yorker writes about the “suicide epidemic”.  Between 1999 and 2010 the number of Americans between the ages of thirty-five and sixty-four who took their own lives rose by almost thirty per cent. Among young people in the US, suicide is the third most common cause of death; among all Americans, suicide claims more lives than car accidents, which were previously the leading cause of injury-related death.

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Media Suppression and Targeting.  Mao launched the “Hundred Flowers Campaign” urging all those with different opinions to express themselves.  It was a ruse, however, and he used this to target opponents eventually killing 500,000 landowners.  In the US it is done differently but groups, like the Tea Party, have been targetted by the IRS for having oppossing views.  And it is well known in the mainstream media that you cannot speak out against the current regime.  Journalist Abdulelah Haider Shaye was imprisoned under Obama’s orders for speaking out about US involvement in the Middle East.  And, currently, according to Reporters Without Borders, the US stands at #46 on the World Press Freedom Index just after Romania and one ahead of Haiti.

Only Those In Government Prospered.  During Mao’s time it was said that only those in government and those in the capital cities connected to the government prospered.  This is very similar to what is happening today in the US.  Government workers currently get paid 45% more than their counterparts in the private market.  And, while most of the country languishes in depression level conditions, Washington D.C. is flourishing.  The Washington metro area includes a whopping six of the 10 most affluent counties in the nation.

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Lies And Statistics.  As things got worse in Mao’s China the government took to overtly lying about nearly every statistic.  They lied egregiously about crop production and the amount of deaths by starvation.  Doctors were not allowed to list “starvation” as a cause of death.  In the US it is similar in that nearly all government statistics are heavily manipulated to paint a better picture of what is really going on.  Unemployment figures, for one, are adjusted so that if people give up looking for work they are not counted as being “unemployed” anymore.  The US government currently says that the current rate of unemployment is 7.3%.  However, the percentage of the population which is employed is at lows not seen in 40 years.  And, just by computing the unemployment numbers the way they were computed prior to 1994 (before they took out “long term discouraged workers” from the figures) as computed by Shadowstats.com, shows an unemployment rate of 23%.

Famine and Starvation.  As things got worse, by the end of the 1950s, tens of millions of Chinese died of starvation.  The US has much more past wealth to live upon and still has the printing of the US dollar to keep things more afloat temporarily but even with these advantages there are now 1 in 6 Americans on food stamps… and 1 in 4 children in the US on food stamps.  In other words, already, a very large percentage of the population cannot even afford food to eat without assistance. Without government assistance, they would starve.

THE DIFFERENCES

It should be said that China in the mid 20th century and the US in the early 21st century are two very different places.  China, at that time, was a very poor and backward place.  Whereas the US, due to semi-free markets for past centuries, is incredibly advanced and has built up a lot of wealth.

As well, communication technologies such as the internet do not allow most government’s today to wholesale slaughter people.  In the US today these same goals are undertaken through fines, taxation, regulation, inflation and criminalizing nearly every human activity.  Nearly half of all people under the age of 23 in the US today have been arrested and the US has the world’s largest prison population with 25% of the prisoners with only 5% of the world population.  Through these means the US government can look to be less heinous than outright murdering thousands or millions of people but essentially with the same results.

Because of these differences we should not expect to see the US follow the exact same path of Mao’s China.  But the similarities of the two times are striking.

We have published this cartoon from the Chicago Tribune in 1934 on numerous occassions because it so perfectly explains what is going on in the US today.

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Spend! Spend! Spend!  The US government has been spending and going into deficits at rates that would have shocked people even 15 years ago.  The debt of the US government has increased $6.666 trillion since President Barack Obama took office.  When Obama was first inaugurated on Jan. 20, 2009, the debt of the U.S. government was $10,626,877,048,913.08, according to the Treasury Department’s Bureau of the Public Debt. As of Jan. 31, 2014, the latest day reported, the debt was $17,293,019,654,983.61—an increase of $6,666,142,606,070.53.  The total debt of the United States did not exceed $6.666 trillion until July 2003. In the little more than five years of the Obama presidency, the U.S. has accumulated as much new debt as it did in it’s first 227 years.

Blame The Capitalists.  Fomenting a class war the heavily socialist indoctrinated youth and poor are constantly told it is “greedy corporations” causing their problems.  This can be seen clearly in all the recent “minimum wage” rhetoric.

Junk The Constitution.  The Constitution and the Bill of Rights have been all but ransacked in recent years… specifically since 9/11 and the Patriot Act.  People collecting rain water or building a pond on their own property or living sustainably off the grid have been deluged by federal agencies threatening them with massive fines or jail time.  And, the rising police state and the endless accounts of police brutality is just another example of this.

Declare a Dictatorship.  Barack Obama continues to wage wars without approval from Congress, issue Executive Order edicts, create kill lists and in his most recent State of the Union address even went so far as to say that he was going to go around Congress to get things done… all to wild applause.  That is a dictatorship.

THE FALL OF AMERICA

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Those plans, as laid out in the Chicago Tribune cartoon from 1934 are falling exactly into place.  That, combined with the fact that Barack Obama’s US is following a very similar path to Mao’s China should be enough to make the hairs on the back of your neck stand up.

Unfortunately, it only keeps getting worse.  Capital controls are coming into effect in July of 2014, under the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA) and so if you don’t have yourself or your wealth well outside of the US by this point your time is running out.

For this reason we have again set-up an urgent conference called the Crisis Conference this time scheduled for April 30th-May 4th in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico.  If you still have significant assets inside the US I urge you to seriously considering attending.

The US is currently similar to the early days of Mao.  How it ends up is anyone’s guess but it isn’t going to be pretty.

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The Revolution Is At Our Door

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As the American experiment with liberty collapses into tyranny, a very real bloodbath stands in wait

The American War of Independence and the French Revolution.  Two revolutions against state authority and tyranny.  Two completely different outcomes.

Why?

In attempting to answer the question of where his native nation of France went wrong, Alexis DeToqueville summed up in Democracy in America, that America’s greatness could be found in our churches, and that the day America ceased to be good (and moral), she would cease to be great.  He was stating what John Adams himself had declared when he wrote: “Our Constitution was made only for a moral and religious people.  It is wholly inadequate for the governance of any other (people)”.

It is not lost on any right-thinking American that our nation has ceased to be a moral or religious nation and has ceased to be good.  MarxoFascists and Leftists have been busy redefining morality and what is good for the better part of five decades, and their cultural revolution has paved the way for their hoped-for Marxist revolution against Capitalism and individual liberty.  Running on the induced self-loathing of America that has been soaked into the minds of public school and college students since the 1960’s, the culture war has been lost to Leftists.  Coupled with a complete brainwashing of Communist/Socialist propaganda by Leftist Teachers and their Communist Unions being taught as the only true morality and fairness, Obama’s army of disgruntled welfare class dependents and media stooges, are openly calling for the deaths of Americans they hate.

At the other end of the spectrum, lovers of our liberty and Constitution see this as a direct threat to freedom.  The actions of the Obama regime and Democrat MarxoFascists in Congress; the impending nullification of the Second Amendment is spurning the exponentially accelerated talk of revolution against the counter-revolutionaries of the Obama-Left.

War it appears, is on our doorstep.

Revolution may sound romantic – but it is anything but.  It often descends into a bloodbath of horrors and terror that end up being waged by those not grounded in religious principles.  It would do us all well to read the following essay by Daniel Greenfield and contemplate what is being stoked among us, and is standing upon our doorsteps.

And This Is Revolution

Daniel Greenfield @ the Sultan Knish blog

There are a few things worth knowing about revolutions. Most people don’t participate in them, even if the history books often make it seem otherwise. Revolutions are thought up by small groups of people who then make it everyone’s business. Or alternately they don’t. And those are the revolutions that never happen.

Most people, at any given time and place, are dissatisfied with the government and believe, rightly, that whoever is in charge is guilty of stealing from them, oppressing them and making it impossible for them to live their lives in peace. And they also believe that things are not likely to get any better. Hope is a vanishing emotion that dissipates easily in the drudgery of ordinary everyday work. It may be taken out for a spin on historical occasions, but then it goes back into the barn where it sits for a while gathering dust until it is needed again.

There are however some known crossroads of revolution. A successful revolution usually doesn’t happen among the thoroughly repressed. Those people tend to lack the motivation and skills to face down a modern army. When the peasants revolt, they can often be tricked into going home with some false promises and free beer. It worked more often with the serfs in European history than you would think. It’s the middle class that you really have to watch out for.

People are not at their most dangerous when they’re eating bread crusts and hoping that they won’t die tomorrow. By then they’re often broken, perhaps not individually, but as a society. It wasn’t the people on the collective farms who challenged Soviet tanks in Moscow. Nor was it the Chinese farmers, now being bulldozed off their land, sometimes literally, who stood up to the tanks in Tienanmen Square.

The most dangerous people are the ones who have tasted enough freedom and prosperity to want to keep it. They don’t think their leaders are godlike and they have enough education and competence to think the heretical thought that just about anybody could do the same job as the king, the emperor, the czar or the president. They have experience enough upward mobility to understand that a man’s place in the world isn’t fixed. It can and should be changed. And that is what distinguishes them from the serf. That is what makes them so dangerous.

Authority works best when it isn’t challenged. Ceremony, whether it is that of an emperor or any lesser rank, invests authority with mystical force. Peer pressure and social conformity employ horizontal pressures to keep everyone in their place. Secret police and ranks of informers allow the regime to project an illusion of omnipotent force that seems to be everywhere at once. Reigns of terror create examples to intimidate anyone who might think of challenging the regime.

Revolutions strip away these illusions. The secret police run for cover or comically march out with clubs and guns against mobs, and get beaten to a pulp. The neighbor who rats on everyone sits home and stews in front of the television. And then the regime has no choice but to call on the army and hope that it still retains enough control over the officers and that the officers still have enough control over their men to do the bloody work of winning a civil war.

The army test is the acid test of a regime because it exposes the actual level of power of the regime, which relies entirely on its officer corps and its grunts to be willing to shoot people in the street. In Russia, the army proved unwilling to kill a bunch of civilians to protect a coup by their own superiors leading to the end of the Soviet Union and the fall of Communism.

After generations of worldwide terror, the great red beast was reduced to relying on the willingness of a handful of Russian kids in tanks to run over protesters. The kids, who had grown up on Western rock and roll, listening to old men preach about a coming revolution that was already older than the oldest man they had ever seen, while the echoes of capitalist dreams leaked through the Iron Curtain, chose to sit this one out. And Communism died in the streets of Moscow.

But where the Soviet Union fell, the Chinese Communist Party succeeded because they had men who were willing to run over other men with tanks. After all the great debates and posturing, the fate of hundreds of millions of people came down to the same things that all revolutions come down to, not cogent arguments or complex theories, but the willingness of some men to kill other men for a cause.

Communism also died in China. It had to. But the leadership class remained in power and their princes made it into a hereditary dynasty. In Iran, protests were pitted against the guns of the Revolutionary Guard. The regime won, but at the cost of shifting power to the Revolutionary Guard. In Syria, each side escalated, found foreign backers and is fighting a war in which the most ruthless bastards are winning. That is how the Communists ended up winning in Russia, but not after a long bout of murderous warfare in which all sides did horrible things and painted the land red. Any Russian naval officers with a sense of history watching the whole thing happen from a portside cafe are probably remembering how the same thing went down in the land of red snow.

It’s the aspiring middle class that begins revolutions, but when they turn bloody enough, then they usually aren’t the ones who inherit them. An ascending middle class begins revolutions to protect its privileges, only to see those revolutions hijacked by the fanatics, who to be fair, often began them, the lawyers who want to be executioners, the demagogues who fail at everything but street corner tirades and the psychopaths who drift in and then take over.

The American Revolution avoided being overtaken by these types of lunatics, though at times it was a closer thing than anyone realizes. If history had gone a little differently, Aaron Burr could very well have been our Robespierre. And General Lafayette could have been France’s George Washington. Instead the American Revolution stayed in the hands of the people who wanted peace and prosperity, rather than radical social change, and France descended into blood and chaos at the hands of those who thought that revolution was worthless unless it allowed them to completely transform society.

The other kind of revolution, the Bastille kind, has managed to catch up with us. A vast territory and technological revolutions held it at bay for the longest time, but it was the aspiring middle class that eventually allowed itself to be seduced into mortgaging its political power, national integrity and economic freedom to gain an illusory peace and security in the form of a powerful government. And if there to be another revolution against it, it will once again come from the ranks of the middle class.

The American middle class can feel itself sinking. Its prosperity has been stagnating and the jobs are drying up. The educational revolution isn’t doing what it was supposed to, for most, instead it saddled much of the country with even more debt. Debt is the watchword of the present, as it was of France before the Revolution. Everything is in debt and mortgaged to the hilt for everything else. International financial systems have made it possible to spread the pain and bury it in complicated financial transactions and speculation, but that just means the debt is bigger and badder than ever.

The pre-revolutionary middle class can choose between two sets of villains, big government and big business. Both are big, and thus meet the criteria for being worth revolting against, but the choice of villains often comes down to a choice of professions.

The college student who owes insane amounts of money to a complex network of financial institutions for a degree of dubious worth and a credit card whose interest rates are more complicated than the subject she was studying, is likely to sympathize with Occupy Wall Street’s bank baiting. The small businessman who feels like he spends all day filling out forms in order to get other forms to fill out, while seeking his profits being sucked up by the government and its institutions, feels a tug toward the Tea Party.

It’s the anarchist who is closest to the mark when he notes that there really isn’t that much of a distinction between the two. The government bails out the banks with bad money and the banks bail out the government with fake money. Governments and corporations, are run by the same people with the same phony mantra of social justice, that really means showy philanthropy and profitable regs. But then the cynics usually tend to be closer to the mark because faults are easy to find.

The American middle class is caught between two rebellions. One by an urban middle class elite that would like a more closed and regulated society and another by a rural middle class that would like a more open and less regulated society, with the suburbs split in the middle.

Having the cities is not absolutely mandatory for a revolution. The modern American city is a drain that produces very little except bureaucracy and culture. And while the power of those two should not be underestimated, if every major American city were to vanish tomorrow, some of the sciences would be hard hit and the bureaucracy would become decentralized, but most other things would continue on as before.

During the American Revolution holding on to the cities proved next to impossible, because of British naval power and the large concentrations of Loyalists. Even during the Civil War, most Northern cities leaned rather close to the anti-war side. Urban Democrats may lionize Lincoln now, but many of them thought of him, the way that their descendants thought of George W. Bush, as a war criminal with the brain of a monkey who was obsessed with oppressing the common man. Even some liberal Republicans thought of him that way.

But underestimating culture is dangerous. The sort of culture that we have is mostly worthless, but that doesn’t make it any less effective. There is a great distance between Beethoven’s Eroica and Katy Perry singing for Obama, but unlike Beethoven, few modern liberal writers and artists would have the integrity to rip up the title page on learning that their messiah had feet of muck. The Soviet Union fell in part because it lost that sense of cultural momentum, clinging to the Western Canon, while being overwhelmed by the pop trash that now rules Russia. And though it may be trash, cultural innovation creates a sense that we are moving forward. Those on the side of the newest trend seem like they have the answers to the future. Those who aren’t, end up looking like Brezhnev.

Revolutions can be won without that cultural momentum, but it’s harder than ever because culture carries with it that tang of prosperity, that sense that the good times are out there for those who want them. And revolutions tend to fall on the side of prosperity, on the side of an aspiring middle class looking to the future. Culture can be beaten, but it is best beaten with culture. Successful revolutions make their ideas compelling and appealing, not just in words, but in attitudes, in music, in literature and in art. France had Marat and America had the Death of Jane McCrea,

A revolution is part anger and outrage. It is that sense that you are being unfairly treated and that the life you had or could have had is slipping away from you. It is that breath of freedom that you once took and the belief that life on the other side of the wall must be better. It is a narrative, a story that rejects the authority of those in power on moral grounds and on practical ones.

Revolution works best when the authorities are weakened by a transition period, when they were once oppressive, but have been liberalizing, or where they are asserting a new level of authority that the people are not used to. It is in these transition points that revolutions are most effective because the authorities are not ready to cope with them and the people are made bold and desperate by the uncertainty.

Revolutions are not easy, until they begin rolling, and then it seems in retrospect as if they were always inevitable, the way that big things are. It is that explosion of kinetic energy born out of the potential energy of large numbers of people discovering their strength that fills the air with energy. That ionization is what most people associate with freedom, with the inevitable collapse of an old order and the rise of a new order.

At first a few people begin to push against the wall, and then more and more, their numbers growing as wall-pushing suddenly becomes the thing to do, and suddenly the sober men and women who never held with it, who put their faith in protests and petitions, join in. The wall shakes and then it falls.

This is revolution.

 

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The American Left’s Marxist Coup

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While this columnist notes that the Marxist coup taking place in the United States under the cult of personality of messiah Obama has been bloodless thusfar, history shows that such coups never remain that way.

An eventual bloodletting will inevitably occur.  Either by resistance, or when the Marxist hordes have entrenched themselves into enough power that the next step of physically eliminating any threat to their power is enacted.  History proves that every single Marxist revolution from within ends up in a genocide of the people at the hands of the dictatorial government that the Marxists empower.

Ours will be no different, because history repeats.

Thusfar, America is comfortable with the slogans of “change” and redistribution of wealth at the hand of a narcissistic demagogue who has been lofted as messiah and his sycophants in the new politburo we once called Congress.

For now they stoke the proletariat with class envy and foment hatred for targeted classes and peoples for political destruction, and one day soon – pushed to act violently against those this regime wants destroyed.

Sandy Rios in her commentary notes this trend – but stops short of where all of this will end up, even here in this country.  She correctly notes the history of the same kind of revolutions empowering the one Obama is leading and what their methods were.  Where I disagree with her is the fact that even though the strategy of Saul Alinsky is being used to foster this revolution – mankind’s nature and history prove that once in power, such tyrannical ideologies always embark on the purging and genocides of people they see as a potential threat to their power.

And Obama and his Marxist hordes will be no different than Stalin, Mao, Pol Pot or Hitler were to the targets they chose for demonization and elimination.

The American Left attempts a bloodless coup

By Sandy Rios

 

Totalitarian movements have always destroyed their enemies. Peter the Great of Russia murdered members of the Streltsy military corps by taking the ax of the executioner to cut off their heads one by one himself. The Bolsheviks murdered the last Russian Czar—along with his wife and family—by telling them they were going to have their picture made. As they smiled into the camera, they were shot, buried and had acid poured over their remains.

 

Stalin continued the blood bath of the Russian Revolution by murdering thousands of his own who didn’t agree with Marxism. The Nazis had their gas chambers, not just for Jews, but also for dissenters. Fidel Castro turned his popularity into tyranny and brave Cubans gave their lives trying to free their beloved island. The Khmer Rouge in Cambodia tortured and murdered the intelligentsia in the S21, the regular folk in the Killing Fields. The slightest lack of support for Pol Pot and the new regime earned one a place in a mass grave.

 

There was a dreadful logic in all of this: By killing the opposition, you eliminated any possibility of future resistance, and you eradicated any personality who could possibly remind or rally future generations to any other way of thinking. Power was—at least for a time—absolute in each situation.

But times have changed and so have strategies. Saul Alinsky, radical of the ’60s, author of “Rules for Radicals” who was all about taking power, suggested that you target your opposition, make it personal and destroy him. Recent decades have seen this play out in the demonization and ruination of a host of people. They weren’t killed, but they were in essence destroyed so that no one in the mainstream culture would ever again listen to or heed their advice. Richard Nixon…Oliver North…Clarence Thomas…Dick Cheney…Tom DeLay…George W. Bush…Sarah Palin. Have Americans stopped to think that these destroyed people are all on the political right? Have they noticed that Bill Clinton and Ted Kennedy and Barney Frank still walk among us, exercising influence, with whatever reputations they have in tact?
 
Yes, times have changed. Under the careful guidance of Fidel Castro, the driving force behind the Sao Paulo Forum, a new method of gaining power has emerged: 1) Get elected through the system, 2) change the constitution, 3) corrupt the elections 4) nationalize banks and industry and 5) punish your opposition. A leader needs to make just a few bold moves in each category so that all will get the message. According to Alejandro Peña Esclusa, the former Venezuelan presidential candidate who has been tried on several occasions for his opposition to Hugo Chavez, this insidious method of instilling a totalitarian regime is now working in 17 Latin American countries.
 
“It would seem that the changes that started in Venezuela in the last decade of the 20th century have begun to reach North America,” Hugo Chavez said just last week even as he was jailing opposition mayors in at least three cities.
 
Now the president, however coyly, and the Democratic leadership, boldly, are seeking to prosecute the last administration for political disagreements by calling them crimes. They want to punish Bush officials who gave legal advice and permission to proceed with interrogation techniques including water boarding that documents show most assuredly saved American lives.
 
They have released top secret documents, jeopardizing American safety further by making the people who protect and defend us worried sick both for fear of retribution and the very real potential harm that could be done to the nation as a result.
 
Former President Bush, Vice President Cheney, Secretary of State Rice, Karl Rove and attorneys at Justice and the CIA won’t be lined up and shot, but they will, if this insidious method of taking power has its way, be destroyed financially and personally—with their reputation in shreds.

(Witness what was done to Miss California, Carrie Prejean by the sickening Leftists and Activists in this country.)

 
And then who will stand up to speak against the dominant left? No one. And that’s the point.

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ObaMao’s “Little Red Book” – Quotations From Amerika’s First Chairman

“An unofficial requirement for every American citizen to own, to read, and to carry this book at all times”.

 

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“His guiding priciples will enlighten the minds of the people and prepare the way for a new era of change”.

Either this is a genius hoax and political statement or some Marxist imbecile is revisiting the Communist Pogroms of Chairman Mao from China, and creating a “Pocket Obama” that both the publisher and the first page of the book says: 

It is an unofficial requirement for every American citizen to own, to read, and to carry this book at all times. Printed in a size that easily fits into pocket or purse, it is comprised of quotations borrowed from the President’s speeches and writings. His guiding priciples will enlighten the minds of the people and prepare the way for a new era of change.

In order to master the President’s ideology, it is essential to study many of the basic concepts over and over again, and it is best to memorize important statements and apply them repeatedly. Learn earnestly and diligently.

Together we can bring about the next great chapter in the American story.

Pocket Obama (10 copies) $49.50 

Printed in a size that easily fits into pocket or purse, this book is an anthology of quotations borrowed from Barack Obama’s speeches and writings. POCKET OBAMA serves as a reminder of the amazing power of oratory and the remarkable ability of this man to move people with his words. His superb and captivating oratory style has earned comparisons to John F. Kennedy and Martin Luther King, and this historic collection presents words that catapulted his remarkable rise to the American Presidency. It is an unofficial requirement for every citizen to own, to read, and to carry this book at all times. Includes themes of democracy, politics, war, terrorism, race, community, jurisprudence, faith, personal responsibility, national identity, and above all, his hoped-for vision of a new America. POCKET OBAMA is a portable, everyday primer for readers who want to examine the substance of his thought and reflect on the next great chapter in the American story. SAVE $10.00 on the purchase of this exclusive 10-copy pack.

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This is beyond sickening.  I thought this was America?  Suddenly, overnight we have become THIS??:

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Obviously the Communist propaganda taught in our public schools are showing the very red and bitter fruits of a people who eschew God and lift a mere man to messiah and Dear Leader.

Kruschev must be laughing himself silly from the grave.

Now these same sycophantic Obama worshippers want the rest of us to carry a book of Obama Quotes and sayings at all times, so Obama’s “guiding principles can enlighten our minds and prepeare the way” for Obama’s Change Revolution?

This is sacrilege to the very Liberties and ideas of America!  This is an affront to God Most High!

The only guiding principles this author recognizes are those from the Bible and our Foundational Documents.

This measly little publishing company can pound sand.

Unfortunately, a totally clueless, ignorant and wayward people are going to choose this path.  History repeats itself because we choose to forget history.

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