Tuesday, June 26, 2012

References To "Take It Back" Are No Longer Racist

Washington Secrets: Panicking left scolds Obama deserters



ANALYSIS:

The Failure to do followup on how the Progressive-Leftist Bigots make use of claims of RACISM when their ideological enemies make use of certain phrases, only to turn around and use these same references for their own purposes allows this fraud to continue.

"The Black" is a complicit operative in this scheme.  In the "Malcolm X Political Football Game", The Black-Progressive does not mind allowing himself to be tossed around like the football that we were warned against.

This time he is in it for promises of future profits.



Sensing defeat at the polls and in the December budget wars over extending the Bush tax cuts, liberal leaders have turned to scolding President Obama’s 2008 fans who have deserted him and threaten to undermine his reelection.“Democracy is not an app,” shouted activist and former Obama aide Van Jones, at the opening of a three-day progressivepalooza called “Take Back the American Dream Conference.” Praising the upstart Occupy movement as a model to follow, he decried Obama’s supporters who have given up because change is hard. 
“We’ll quit over a really mean tweet,” he said, adding in a mocking whine: “Did you hear that terrible tweet? And it was retweeted four times.”
He and Robert Borosage, head of the Campaign for America’s Future, which is sponsoring the event, expressed concerns that progressives are demobilizing right when they are needed most because, as Jones said, “people went from hopey to mopey.”
Said Jones to a half-full Washington Hilton convention room, “I’m watching the movement that broke the back of Karl Rove’s stranglehold on Congress, who elected the first African-American president, I’m watching that movement that inspired the world, that shocked the world, that stunned the world, in the moment of maximum peril, sit down.”
Jones said that the movement may have been demoralized when Obama, with a big Senate majority and control of the House in 2009, failed to push a broad agenda and was eventually pushed back by the Tea Party movement.
“It turned out we only had one-third of what we needed to govern,” he said in a call for summertime protests. “You have to have a movement in the streets, and we abandoned the streets. You have to have a media establishment, like they have centered on Fox,” Jones said.
Borosage and Jones also said the movement needs to re-energize not just to reelect Obama but to fight against the Obama-GOP “grand bargain” expected to be cut in the lame duck congressional session in December over the Bush tax cuts, the debt limit and other key economic issues.
But his target for that wasn’t the GOP, it was Obama. “We call on this president to issue a veto threat,” he demanded.

Monday, June 25, 2012

President Carter's Moral Outrage Over US Drone Strikes Does Not Trigger The Same Cascading Outrage As His Base Of Supporters Are Now Debating What "Is" Is

Former president calls on Washington to regain moral leadership in wake of drone strikes and targeted assassinations


After claiming that "racism" was the motivating force behind many of the attacks upon Commander In Chief Obama, Former President Carter must now compel the pacifist  troops that he assisted in pacifying over the past 3 years that "Injustice Anywhere" is still a threat to "Justice Everywhere".

Excerpt from the article:

The former president Jimmy Carter has declared that US drone strikes and targeted assassinations abroad have seen the country violating human rights in a way that "abets our enemies and alienates our friends".
In a stinging attack on US foreign policy in the New York Times, Carter says America is "abandoning its role as a champion of human rights" and calls on Washington to "reverse course and regain moral leadership".
Revelations that top US officials are targeting people, including their own citizens, abroad are "only the most recent disturbing proof" of how far such violations have extended, he says in a furious critique of the administrations of George Bush and Barack Obama.
At a time when popular revolutions are sweeping the globe, the US should be strengthening, not weakening "basic rules of law and principles of justice", Carter says in the paper on Monday. His criticisms, just months before Obama hopes to regain the White House in November's presidential election, lambast the use of drones and detention.
Attacks on human rights after the terrorist atrocities of 9/11, have been "sanctioned and escalated by bipartisan executive and legislative actions, without dissent from the general public", says the Nobel peace prizewinner. "As a result, our country can no longer speak with moral authority on these critical issues."
Carter adds: "While the country has made mistakes in the past, the widespread abuse of human rights over the last decade has been a dramatic change from the past."
The Universal Declaration of Human Rights, adopted in 1948 with US leadership, "has been invoked by human rights activists and the international community to replace most of the world's dictatorships with democracies and to promote the rule of law in domestic and global affairs. It is disturbing that, instead of strengthening these principles, our government's counter-terrorism policies are now clearly violating at least 10 of the declaration's 30 articles, including the prohibition against 'cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment'."

Thursday, June 21, 2012

Wednesday, June 13, 2012

The Coming Drone War

Drone warfare foretells an ever-expanding and illegal war

John Fabian Witt
This blog is ultimately not about President Obama.


It is about the presence of Obama and how the will of those with a vested interest in protecting Obama as they protect their ideology and party are made to compromise themselves in the process of doing so.



It is my opinion that (aside from Democracy Now - an independently produced show) "The Eliott Spitzer Show" on "Current TV" is the most thoughtful "left wing news analysis" show on the air.

Despite the fact that I am "right of center" I am less of a blind opponent of the progressive than I am against the use of arm twisted mob-ism to force an illogical argument through.   

The truth is that indeed the "left wing muckraking media" has been talking about the threat that unchecked use of drone aircraft could pose to the long term interests of the United States.  The problem is that it is not being picked up by their activist allies who would turn it into an INDICTMENT against the Commander In Chief.   So while they have the necessary intellectual debates on how a foreign nation will one day develop the technical competency to launch drone attacks into the United States - this point has not achieved "Occupation Status".

Keep an eye out from a book from John Fabian Witt which will ponder all of the questions and legal ramifications on the use of drones. 

Sunday, June 10, 2012

Misogonystic Bigot Bill Maher Would Have A Tough Time Doing To Dr Moyo What He Did To His Previous "Chocolate Treats"




In this video segment where economist Dr Moyo takes the pseudo intellectual rantings of comedian Bll Maher and translates them into a more disciplined economic pronouncement - we see that Maher is more interested in defending Obama from "unfair attacks" than he is in making accurate statements himself.

White other Black females that Maher has dated warned not to be fooled about his "open mindedness" per his will to cross the color divide.  He treated them like intellectual punching bags, browbeating them when they rendered an opinion that he did not agree with.

There is no doubt what so ever that Dr Moyo is far beyond his mental capabilities.

Friday, June 8, 2012

"No Mormon In The White House" Blog

Romney & The Mormons Believe They Become GODS. (D&C 132)

"Brethren 225,000 of you are here tonight. I suppose 225,000 of you may become GODS. There seems to be plenty of space out there in the universe." Mormon Prophet Spencer W Kimball, General Conference, Oct 1975. D&C 132: 20 Then shall they be gods,






It appears that the presence of Mitt Romney the "Mormon who threatens to enter the White House" will yield an interesting set of events into our political discourse.


The Right-Wing religious intolerance that had been attacked by the left as it was directed against Muslim Americans will get a consistency test as some portion of the right-wing stands against Republican Mitt Romney ascending into the White House.


My agenda is NOT to make an indictment against the left in a "Why don't you protect Romney" sort of way.  The ignorance of these right-wing operatives stands alone.    


I make the distinction between my personal religious beliefs and that which is acceptable in the government.   


In my past power to hire people on my job - I saw that the corporate standards had to trump my personal opinions when selecting a qualified candidate.  I believe the same is true with respect to government.


The proper disposition then, for both left and right, is to stand against the "religious litmus test" that anyone seeks to place upon any elected official.


It is one thing that look at how a persons' agenda will damage the nation - regardless of if these views come from his religion or not, versus the practice of making a generalized indictment of one's religion and using this profile to reject an individual member's ability to be judged based on his own merits. 

Thursday, June 7, 2012

Obama Is The Moral Authority On Drone Strikes



The American Anti-War Left continues to see the strategic mistake in their present complicity with Commander In Chief Obama on the issue of drone strikes on sovereign nations without challenge.

The reporter is exactly correct that these lead edge weapons will one day be in the hand of a larger set of nations.   The United States is placing itself in a position where it won't be able to credibly comment on these actions from a moral high ground position.

It shows that MIGHT MAKES RIGHT is more universally accepted than those who deny this tenant wish to believe.

Tuesday, June 5, 2012

High School Obama Supporter Branded A "Racist" For His Caricature Of Obama's "Racist" Critics


Hopefully the young White male progressive who has the unfortunate stain of living in the South and having to assume the racist profile of so many of his White male brothers has learned his lesson.

When you are attacking your racist White cousins for the benefit of Obama you must clearly define your position and not leave it up to the readers to "get the sarcasm".


From The Article:

Trevor May graduated last month with honors -- and a potentially toxic reputation -- after writing a column in Sprayberry High School's student newspaper satirizing critics of President Barack Obama.
Google his name and you'll find plenty of people -- adults, mostly -- branding the 18-year-old Marietta resident as a racist..
"There were [white supremacist] blogs taking my side," May said. . "That was the most depressing thing out of all this."
May's column "Top 20 Reasons Why Obama Should Not Get Re-Elected," published April 25, mixed some of the more sensational allegations leveled against the president with his own intentionally absurd observations, such as, "His dog is ugly" and "He doesn't have a mistress."
There were also intentional contradictions  -- "He's a Nazi. He's a Zionist." -- that May assumed illustrated his point. 
But it seems many people didn't get past the first item: "He's black."
"This was something I tried to write to defame racists yet it was being thrown in my face like I was the bigot," said May, whose 17th reason was, "He's a white supremacist." "I really thought people would find this funny. I was upset people didn't get it."
Sprayberry parent Danisha Crummie, who leaked the story to local media outlets after saying she did not receive a satisfactory response from officials at the Cobb Countyschool, was among those who objected to the column, which appeared in The Stinger's annual satirical insert, The Zinger.

Commander In Chief Obama, The More Efficient Imperialist, Shows That The Trick To Avoid Anti-War Protests And ACLU Lawsuits Over Torture Is To Launch Small Scale, Constant Violations Of Due Process Of "Alleged Terrorist" Rights

I say this in all sincerity:  President Obama is the most efficient imperialist "Commander In Chief" that this nation has had in recent history.

IF we measure a Commander In Chief's effectiveness by the balanced index of carrying out the "machine's" (America's/ The West's) agenda versus riling up active protests against what the administration is doing - there are no other Commander In Chief that matches President Obama.


Obama has found a way to make the right-wing war hawks happy that the US military is striking "terrorist" targets that are considered threats to American interests.
More interestingly, however, Obama has been able to check the left-wing, anti-war forces over his actions.   Having adopted a "Reverse Dr King" strategy - they are not intent to allow their domestic progressive agenda squandered by a stand against a progressive president who is violating what they had been protesting against just a few short years ago.



From The Article
Rockets fired from a U.S. drone killed 15 people in northwest Pakistan on Monday, intelligence officials said, an attack likely to add to tensions between Washington and Islamabad amid a standoff over NATO supply routes to Afghanistan.
The strike, the third in three days, targeted a militant hideout in the Hasukhel village of the North Waziristan tribal region, officials said.
A senior Pakistani official based in Mir Ali told NBC News the drone had fired four missiles on a "big" compound in the village.
It brought the death toll from drone attacks in Pakistan in the past three days to 27. Pilotless U.S. drones hit targets in the South Waziristan tribal region on Saturday and Sunday.
Local villagers in Hasukhel old NBC News that six U.S. aircraft were seen flying over the area during the attack on the house.
The United States and Pakistan are deadlocked in difficult negotiations for the re-opening of overland supply routes to NATO forces in Afghanistan. No breakthrough is in sight.