10 Conditions 4 Transition To Communism

1. Abolition of property in land and application of all rents of land to public purposes.

2. A heavy progressive or graduated income tax.

3. Abolition of all right of inheritance.

4. Confiscation of the property of all emigrants and rebels.

5. Centralisation of credit in the hands of the State, by means of a national bank with State capital and an exclusive monopoly.

6. Centralisation of the means of communication and transport in the hands of the State.

7. Extension of factories and instruments of production owned by the State; the bringing into cultivation of waste-lands, and the improvement of the soil generally in accordance with a common plan.

8. Equal liability of all to labour. Establishment of industrial armies, especially for agriculture.

9. Combination of agriculture with manufacturing industries; gradual abolition of the distinction between town and country, by a more equitable distribution of the population over the country.

10. Free education for all children in public schools. Abolition of children's factory labour in its present form. Combination of education with industrial production.

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Wednesday, September 30, 2009

Newsweek Calls Obama An Empty Suit

Howard Fineman takes to the pages of Newsweek to say the words Obamaniacs do not want to hear, especially not from another lib.  Barack Obama is an empty suit:

The president’s problem isn’t that he is too visible; it’s the lack of content in what he says when he keeps showing up on the tube. Obama can seem a mite too impressed with his own aura, as if his presence on the stage is the Answer. There is, at times, a self-referential (even self-reverential) tone in his big speeches. They are heavily salted with the words “I” and “my.” (He used the former 11 times in the first few paragraphs of his address to the U.N. last week.) Obama is a historic figure, but that is the beginning, not the end, of the story.

There is only so much political mileage that can still be had by his reminding the world that he is not George W. Bush. It was the winning theme of the 2008 campaign, but that race ended nearly a year ago. The ex-president is now more ex than ever, yet the current president, who vowed to look forward, is still reaching back to Bush as bogeyman.

He did it again in that U.N. speech. The delegates wanted to know what the president was going to do about Israel and the Palestinian territories. He answered by telling them what his predecessor had failed to do. This was effective for his first month or two. Now it is starting to sound more like an excuse than an explanation.
Members of Obama’s own party know who Obama is not; they still sometimes wonder who he really is. In Washington, the appearance of uncertainty is taken as weakness—especially on Capitol Hill, where a president is only as revered as he is feared. Being the cool, convivial late-night-guest in chief won’t cut it with Congress, an institution impervious to charm (especially the charm of a president with wavering poll numbers).

Welcome to the party, Howard, but you’re a little late. Check your invitation. It started back in 2007.

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Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Andy Williams, Kennedy Friend & Writer Of Moon River, Calls Obama A Communist

Andy Williams, whose hits include Moon River and Music To Watch Girls By, told the Radio Times he thought Mr Obama wanted to turn the US into a "socialist country".  The 81-year-old was a friend of the Kennedy family during the 1960s and was present at the Los Angeles rally where Robert F Kennedy was assassinated in 1968.

"I was very close to Bobby and he asked me to be a delegate for him when he ran for president," he said.
"He knew about me being a Republican, but just laughed and said, 'Sign yourself in as a Democrat and then change back afterwards'. Sadly, I never got to do that.

"I was very close to Teddy Kennedy, too, and his death recently brought it all back. What a tragedy. Had he lived, I think Bobby would have been a great president."  But Williams had a less favourable opinion of the current president.

"Don't like him at all," he said, "I think he wants to create a socialist country. The people he associates with are very Left-wing. One is registered as a Communist.

"Obama is following Marxist theory. He's taken over the banks and the car industry. He wants the country to fail."
Politicians, media personalities and conservative activists have accused the US president of espousing socialist ideas.

Earlier this month, Jim Greer, the chairman of the Republican Party in Florida, said he was "absolutely appalled that taxpayer dollars are being used to spread President Obama's socialist ideology", after the US leader appeared in a televised address to be shown in classrooms around the country.

Monday, September 28, 2009

Since Mein Kampf, You Have To Take Obama Seriously

Lauri B. Regan, of American Thinker, wrote a very interesting piece: The History Lesson Obama Missed.  I also included Obama campaign posters in a side-by-side comparison with Communists and Nazi propaganda.  Obama is not a socialist he is a communist. 

"The memory of evil will serve as a shield against evil;
...the memory of death will serve as a shield against death."

Elie Wiesel,  Nobel Laureate 1986

I was watching FoxNews after Obama's UN speech and Dick Morris was the interviewee. While we all know that Obama has made numerous mistakes to historical references in his various speeches over these agonizing months, Morris made a comment that struck me as one of the most insightful lessons of history that has been completely overlooked by Obama and his advisors. Morris said,

"Ever since Mein Kampf, you have to take these guys seriously."

It is customary for Jews to repeat the phrases "Never forget" and "Never again," and in so doing, we take great comfort that the world is in agreement. The horrors of the Holocaust are so utterly brutal and inhuman that civilized people in the year 2009 cannot imagine such atrocities ever occurring again. And yet they have and they do. Human rights violations and mass murder have occurred on horrific scales since the end of World War II in places like Cambodia, Sudan and Iraq to name a few. It would be easy to stick our heads in the sand and ignore the fact that evil dictators such as Hitler, Pol Pot, and Saddam Hussein exist in the world, but that simply would not be realistic.

And so the question becomes, what do we, as humane and compassionate people do? What do we, as Americans who have been educated and taught about the world's carnage and immorality do not only to protect our citizens, but also our fellow human beings?


The one obvious and consistent feature self-evident in speech after speech comprising his world apology tour is Obama's disdain for America. Obama stands with the world's evil-doers in rejecting American exceptionalism. If there was a question about Obama's love of his country, the disparaging remarks on Wednesday about the country he was elected to lead confirm his scorn. There was no mention of the good that American men and women have done for the people of the world in the 20th and 21st centuries. There was no mention of the soldiers that have fought, been maimed, and died on battlefields across the globe so that people could be free of dictators the likes of which sat in the General Assembly and applauded for Obama. There was no mention of the financial support, the humanitarian aid, or the work of various American not-for-profits that exist solely to help individuals less fortunate the world over. And of course, there was no mention of the international AIDS-fighting campaign launched under George W. Bush, Obama's predecessor who received the biggest bashing in his speech.

But notwithstanding Obama's motives for reaching out to the dictators of the world, Americans must take note of the fact that the lessons of history and basic understanding of human nature teach that irrational megalomaniacs cannot be reasoned with. No matter how articulate America's president, his Messiah-like aura will not turn evil into good, the devil into an angel.

I remember the days of being a free-spirited hippie, hanging out at concerts and singing Bob Dylan, CSNY, and John Lennon songs. Those were the days, for I had not a care in the world. I am happy to say that I have since grown up. I have read books, watched films, and looked at horrific pictures, travelled to third world countries, and studied history. I no longer have an idealistic view of the world as I raise three Jewish children in a country now run by an apparent Arab-loving, tyrant-loving President. These are scary times and when a psychopath dictator the likes of Mahmoud Ahmadinejad announces to the world that he intends to blow up Israel, I believe him.

I cannot figure out why our President does not believe him (or is not concerned), but I do not care why he ignores these threats and makes nice to this man. I care that I have family and friends in Israel (although I consider every Jewish person living in the State of Israel my family). I care that when Iran is done wiping Israel off the face of the map, it will turn to Europe and the United States. I care that America's President has no idea what he is doing and his ignorance will result in the loss of lives on a scale not seen since World War II.


This is not very different from our world today. And it does not take a student of history (or Star Trek) to understand this. One would imagine that an undergraduate degree from Columbia and a law degree from Harvard would be enough to educate an individual about the evils in the world which will not disappear in our lifetime; but apparently not.

Over the summer, Obama's advisors prepared a nice, politically correct reading list for the President. Despite its staggering popularity the world over, including the Mideast, Mein Kampf was not on Obama's list. I wonder if he has read that autobiography or if he has read history books detailing the lead up to wars of the last century. We know he has read literature detailing the take over of power, the implementation of socialist policy, and the elimination of individual success. If we wait until next summer for Obama's reading list to include the lessons necessary to address today's evil, it may be too late. One can only hope and pray that he and the citizens of Israel and America do not pay a heavy price for his belated education.

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Wednesday, September 23, 2009

3 Communists Blow Each Other: (1)The AP Reports: (2)Fidel Castro praises (3)Obama

The AP Reports from Havana, Cuba: —  Obama's anti-American agenda or a call for action on climate change and his admission that capitalist nations have a particular responsibility to lead has received strong praise from his communist ally — U.S. nemesis Fidel Castro.

The communist leader and mass murder Cuban leader called the “Tele-prompter of our 57 United States” speech at the United Nations "brave" and said no other American head of state would have had the courage to make similar remarks. Dumb & Dumber.
As our economy falters and the Taliban gain strength Obama focuses on climate change, criticizes the US and said Washington was now prepared to be a full partner as the world confronts the threat.  God help us!

Obama spewed more anti-American garbage:  “developed nations that have caused much of the climate change the planet has suffered have a responsibility to lead," but added that rapidly growing nations must do their part as well.  Sadly, Obama is not only prepared to destroy our economy but also rapidly growing nations!

That admission of anti-America's hate speech "was without a doubt a brave gesture," Castro wrote in comments published by Communist Cuban state-media Wednesday.  "It would only be fair to recognize that no other United States president would have had the courage to say what he said," said the mass murdering Cuban leader.

In Wednesday's edition, the mass murdering Cuban leader quoted extensively from Obama's speech, though he also criticized what he called America's aggressive military and economic foreign policy.  "Its hundreds of military bases installed in dozens of countries on all the continents, its aircraft carriers and naval fleet, its thousands of nuclear arms, its wars of conquest, its military industrial complex and its arms trading are not compatible with the survival of our species," he wrote.

US-Cuban relations have tightened somewhat since Obama and Castro are communists at heart. Obama has loosened financial and travel restrictions on Americans with relatives on the island, and the two countries last week held talks on restarting direct mail service suspended since 1963.

Raul Castro has said he is open to meeting face-to-face with the U.S. leader on neutral ground, and that all subjects could be on the table, and Fidel has praised Obama as a devout communist. That is quite a difference from Cuba's attitude toward former President George W. Bush, who was depicted on Havana billboards as a vampire.

But the warm words have so far failed to bring about concrete change on core issues.
Obama has left intact the 47-year trade embargo on the island, and U.S. officials have said for months that they would like to see the single-party, communist state accept some political, economic or social changes.  Cuba has repeatedly ruled out making any concessions in return for the lifting of the embargo.

Obama also demonstrated he is a pussy & a coward  and thus received praise from (x-communist?) Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin earlier this month for canceling parts of a missile defense system.  Poland and Czech leaders called the move cowardly.  

Governor Sarah Palin called it:  “Obama is making the Poor Poorer” as a good communist always does!!

Tuesday, September 22, 2009

Why A Communist Like Obama Just Doesn’t Work: List of 683 Scandals To Date

Monday, September 21, 2009

Is Obama Dumb As Dirt Or Just A Communist?

Wednesday, September 16, 2009

A Communist Or Muslim Extremist: Obama's Arrogance Just Became A Nightmare

Step 6 In Transition To Communism: Obama Collects Opposition Web Data

The White House is collecting and storing comments and videos placed on its social-networking sites such as Facebook, Twitter and YouTube without notifying or asking the consent of the site users, a failure that appears to run counter to President Obama's promise of a transparent government and his pledge to protect privacy on the Internet.

Marc Rotenberg, president of the Electronic Privacy Information Center, said the White House signaled that it would insist on open dealings with Internet users and, in fact, should feel obliged to disclose that it is collecting such information.

"The White House has not been adequately transparent, particularly on how it makes use of new social media techniques, such as this example," he said.

Defenders of the White House actions said the Presidential Records Act requires that the administration gather the information and that it was justified in taking the additional step of asking a private contractor to "crawl and archive" all such material. Nicholas Shapiro, a White House spokesman, declined to say when the practice began or how much the new contract would cost.

Susan Cooper, a spokeswoman for National Archives and Records Administration, said the presidential records law applies to "social media" and to public comments "received by the president or immediate staff."

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Tuesday, September 15, 2009

Politico: Obama Failing Miserably

Politico had this to say about Obama:
When he ran for president, George W. Bush promised to be a modest reformer at home & a humble representative of the United States on the world stage. The Al Qaeda-organized-&-funded terrorist attacks of 8 years ago changed all that. During his presidency, Bush created massive new government bureaucracies, sent troops into two wars & threatened more as part of America’s war on terror.
Barack Obama’s initial approach to the office of the presidency has been as grandiose as Bush’s was restrained. It’s not hard to recall that he ran as a transformative candidate, promising sweeping, though somewhat fuzzy, “change” during the campaign.
For the first several months of his presidency, Obama has labored to deliver on that pledge. He pushed a controversial stimulus bill through Congress to help rev up the economy, turned Bush’s reluctant bailout of Chrysler & General Motors into a giant government auto buyout and appointed a record number of “czars” to help regulate bureaucracies in both public and formerly private sectors.
Then, Step 2. Obama is trying to fundamentally alter the American economy by backing sweeping environmental, labor & health care legislation. He wants to change the way Americans consume energy, unionize & see their doctors.
So far, he’s failing miserably. Consider the following:
• Cap-and-trade legislation had to limp over the finish line, damaded by Sarah Palin Op-Ed Cap and Tax, in the House of Representatives with the help of a few moderate Republicans, who then caught holy unshirted hell from their constituents. Environmental legislation generally has taken a drubbing in public opinion polls when people consider how costly it is.
• The Employee Free Choice Act may be stripped of its “card check” provision in the Senate, which would effectively do away with secret ballots for unionization elections. Even in its watered-down form — which still includes highly objectionable, mandatory, binding so-called gunpoint arbitration and makes no concessions to employers who don’t want to have to prop up teetering union pensions — it might not pass the Senate. And the leadership of the House has refused to touch it until the other chamber has made up its mind.
• On health care, forget the rage set off by private citizen Sarah Palin about “death panels.” Forget the misleading talk about whether there will be a “public option.” (The ever-evolving plan is one giant public option, folks.) Forget the angry voters who crowded into the town halls during the August recess. Forget that a number of Democratic senators and Sen. Joe Lieberman (I-Conn.) are still not willing to sign on to a bill. Right now, even after Obama’s address to the joint session of Congress last week, it’s possible Democrats don’t even have the votes in the House — where they currently enjoy a 77-seat majority.
It’s entirely possible — nay, likely — that Obama will lose on all three big issues. He’ll probably take that personally. As he has pushed for the passage of his reforms, his public approval ratings have taken a beating, and voters have started to trust the Republicans more than his party on a host of issues. The question that most political handicappers are considering right now is not “Will Republicans make gains at the midterm elections?” but “How large will those gains be?”
What all this means is, barring some unforeseeable world event, Obama’s will probably not be a historic presidency. He will have some successes and a lot of failures. His opposition won’t roll over, and his party will refuse to go along with his more costly, and thus risky, schemes. He won’t coast to reelection. So Obama now has the chance to be the sort of president Bush would have been if the World Trade Center towers had not come down. Here’s hoping he makes the best of it.
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