Thursday, January 28, 2010

Obama's Not a Liberal, He's a Fascist

President Obama seems to be getting a lot of criticism from right-wingers for being a liberal, but the truth is, he's not a liberal, he's a fascist.

Personally, I'm glad the government regulates how much toxic waste corporations are allowed to dump into our oceans, rivers, lakes, streams and air. And I'm more than happy to pay my fair share of taxes for roads, bridges, sewers and all the other infrastructure we need in this world. I think Social Security and Medicare are good programs. And I wouldn't mind paying a monthly tax for a single-payer, government-run health care system like they have in Europe and Canada. So I'm proud to be called a liberal.

What I object to is having to pay for illegal, immoral wars and unnecessary military bases all over the world. The U.S. military now spends more each year than the combined budgets of all 50 states. And that's just the publicly announced budget. It doesn't include black operations, which probably amount to even more than the annual budget, which is now approaching $1 trillion.

I also approve of government agencies that (theoretically) protect consumers, such as the EPA, the SEC, the FDA and so on. The problem is, these agencies are so corrupt that they enable the very abuses they are designed to prevent. The Reagan Revolution took a major step toward our path to financial ruin when it deregulated the banking industry, which led to the wholesale pillaging of the savings and loans. Now we have credit-default swaps, derivatives and other financial disasters enabled by the repeal of the laws that prevented commercial banks from engaging in shady investment practices.

So, it seems to me that the real question is not whether to have lots of government or no government, it' s whether the government is going to be used to protect Americans or to exploit them. If we had honest, ethical people in charge of our government, it would probably work just fine. The problem is, everyone in government has a gun pointed at their head by the Illuminati. They are the reason for most of the problems in our society. All the chaos, injustice and senseless killing does not happen by accident, it happens by design.

There has long been an effort by the right wing in this country to make people believe "liberal" is a dirty word. One example of this during the 2008 campaign was when Republican candidates Mitt Romney and John McCain both tried to label each other as too "liberal."

Even more ridiculous is Jonah Goldberg's latest book, "Liberal Fascism," in which he argues that liberals are fascists. Apparently that idea resonates with some people, because his book was on the best-seller list. What a sad commentary on the intellectual state of affairs in this country.

All you have to do is look up the words in the dictionary to realize the two concepts are mutually exclusive. According to the definitions I found on, liberal means "favorable to progress or reform; favorable to or in accord with concepts of maximum individual freedom; free from prejudice or bigotry; tolerant; open-minded; and not bound by conventional ideas."

Why anyone would not want to be associated with those qualities is beyond me.

On the other hand, fascism is defined as "a system of government marked by centralization of authority under a dictator, stringent socioeconomic controls, suppression of the opposition through terror and censorship, and typically a policy of belligerent nationalism and racism."

Why would someone who advocated maximum individual freedom support a system that suppresses individual freedom -- especially the right to dissent? People who support fascism of the kind practiced by Hitler and Mussolini may be many things, but they are not liberals. There hasn't been a truly liberal president in this country since President Kennedy was assassinated by the Freemasons and the CIA in 1963.

Goldberg's effort to link liberalism with fascism is another in a long line of right-wing attempts to brainwash the American people into thinking there's something wrong with being a liberal. People need to wake up and realize we have the right to criticize our government without being subjected to illegal surveillance, slander and other forms of harassment for exercising that right. I have been a victim of the covert war on dissent since 2004, and I have posted some information about my ordeal on this blog.

Unfortunately, the FBI and CIA both have a long and disgraceful history of spying on and harassing Americans for no reason other than the fact that they oppose rampant militarism, unjust economic policies and other betrayals of the values expressed in the Constitution.

These abuses first came to light in the 1970s when The New York Times exposed Operation CHAOS, the CIA's illegal campaign to infiltrate and discredit the anti-war movement. The FBI's ongoing counterintelligence program, COINTELPRO, also saw the light of day for the first time during this period.

After Senate and House committees investigated abuses by the intelligence agencies in the 1970s, oversight committees were established, but these were and still are ineffectual in preventing those agencies and others from illegally cracking down on dissent by law-abiding Americans.

That aspect of our government certainly has more in common with fascism than it does with liberalism. Obama has pepetuated the fascist policies of his predecessor, George W. Bush.

According to the late, great political researcher Steve Kangas, in the wake of the scandals of the mid-1970s, the CIA, which has always been an instrument of the elite, started to organize a system to help the wealthy consolidate their power and turn the country sharply to the right.

In an essay titled "Origins of the Overclass," posted on the Internet at, Kangas explains how the CIA and its allies in corporate America put together an organization of advocacy groups, lobbyists, think tanks, conservative foundations and PR firms that "hurtled the richest 1 percent into the stratosphere. "

That was reflected in data released by the Internal Revenue Service that showed the wealthiest 1 percent of Americans earned 21.2 percent of all income in 2005, compared to 11 percent of all income in 1986. And it's gotten a lot worse since then.

One of the movement' s most effective strategies was to saturate the airwaves with conservative talk-show hosts. This phenomenon, which gained momentum in the early 1990s and is even more pronounced today, debunks once and for all the myth of the so-called liberal media.

"Using propaganda techniques it had perfected at the Voice of America and Radio Free Europe, the CIA and its allies turned American AM radio into a haven for conservative talk show hosts," Kangas wrote. "Yes -- Rush Limbaugh uses the same propaganda techniques that Muscovites once heard from Voice of America."

The merger of military and corporate interests is another consequence of this country's sharp turn to the right.

One of the worst examples of this problem is the conflict of interest involving the companies that own the electronic voting systems used throughout the United States.

In "9/11 and the American Empire," edited by David Ray Griffin and Peter Dale Scott, it was revealed that Election Systems & Software (ES&S), Diebold and Sequoia all had strong ties to the Bush administration. And the largest investors in those companies are government defense contractors Northrop Grumman, Lockheed Martin, Electronic Data Systems (EDS) and Accenture.

Since those companies have a vested interest in election outcomes, this conflict of interest threatens the integrity of our electoral process. Electronic-voting fraud enabled George W. Bush to be illegally "elected" in 2000 and 2004.

Goldberg claims fascism will come to America in the guise of something "progressive. " But the truth is, it has already gained a foothold here under the guise of "neoconservatism."

In fact, fascism has been making inroads in America since the 1930s, when DuPont, General Motors, Standard Oil (now Exxon), Ford, ITT, National City Bank and General Electric all helped to build Hitler's war machine.

After the war, the United States recruited hundreds of Nazi war criminals, intelligence officers and scientists into the CIA, universities and various other institutions. Christopher Simpson, author of "Blowback," pointed out that this had a disastrous effect on both the foreign and domestic policies of this country.

Vice President Henry Wallace warned about the dangers of American fascism in an article published by The New York Times on April 9, 1944. His remarks apply as well to Clinton, Bush and Obama as they did to the Americans he was talking about in 1944:

"They claim to be super-patriots, but they would destroy every liberty guaranteed by the Constitution. They demand free enterprise, but are the spokesmen for monopoly and vested interest. Their final objective toward which all their deceit is directed is to capture political power so that, using the power of the state and the power of the market simultaneously, they may keep the common man in eternal subjection."

Ultimately, the real enemy is not liberals or the conservatives, it's the secretive cabal of criminally insane mass murderers known as the Illuminati. This world is rotten to the core because they want it that way. And The Ultimate Truth about who controls the Illuminati is here:

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