How easy it is for a grand orator to let words flow melodically from his or her mouth. How easy it is to say one thing for the benefit of a particular audience, but believe another. How easy it is to say what the people want to hear, so as to camouflage the hidden evil that lurks in the orator’s mind.
How many great speakers have been vaulted in to positions of power because they were able to project into their words strong emotions of anger, happiness, sadness or national fervor? Words that captured the hearts and minds of the illiterate, naive and ignorant masses, no matter how meaningless or meaningful those words may be; words that may have multiple meanings and can be interpreted in a myriad of ways for different constituents.
And such was the highly-hyped, but unexceptional inaugural speech of now president Obama. The 20-minute speech was full of glittering generalities and rolling hyperbole….. words of nationalistic pride and words of defiance to our enemies….. words for the freedom lovers and words for the union members….. words for the believers in global warming and words for those who would devastate America by yanking, or over-taxing, the energy source that powers our economy, oil. And once again on several occasions, Obama invoked the indefinable, mystical words of “hope” and “change” that punctuated his campaign.
But let’s be specific. In the first line he said, “I stand here today HUMBLED by the task before us…..” The word “humble” was for the audience only. President Obama is anything but humble.
In the second paragraph he went on to say: “At these moments, America has carried on not simply because of the skill or vision of those in high office, but because We the People have remained faithful to the ideals of our forbearers, and true to our founding documents.”
One must ask, “what skill and what vision of those in high office?” We vehemently claim that it is the lack of skill and the lack of vision that have driven America and many Americans into financial ruin, when in fact it was and still is power-hungry and self-serving political interests that have put us where we are today. And once more we claim, maybe WE THE PEOPLE have been faithful to the ideals of our forbearers and true to the founding documents, but government on the other hand, has been anything but “faithful” and “true”. The sad truth is, government has done everything they can to tear down those ideals and those documents, with malice aforethought.
Obama talks about “..... petty grievances, false promises, recrimination and worn out dogmas of previous governments”, as if with a magic wand he will erase these maladies from the political scene. These are empty words and empty promises. Government is like an avalanche. It will keep heading towards the valley, leaving utter devastation in its wake. The American government has immense inertia and it will take an immense force to arrest its path. Only freedom-loving Americans have that power.
He says that: “..... all Americans are equal, free and all deserve a chance to pursue their full measure of happiness.” What he really means is, that government will intercede in all of our lives to make sure that all will get a chance to pursue their full measure of happiness, at everyone else’s expense. Of course there is nothing in the constitution about government assuring everyone’s happiness by government intervention. It is up the individual to pursue happiness, not the government.
In one paragraph, Obama states that; “..... we must pick ourselves up, dust ourselves off, and begin again the work of remaking America.” Remaking America into what and does it need remaking? We say that Obama will do everything in his power to remake America into the distorted image that he holds in his mind, due to the long associations he has had with the likes of Bill Ayers, Saul Alinsky, Reverend Wright, his developer friends and the corrupt political climate of Chicago and the state of Illinois. Obama, is by word, deed and voting record, a socialist. We care not what he says, but we shudder in fear for what he has already done and will now do, with the power he wields as President of the United States.
He also says: “..... the question we ask today is not whether our government is too big or too small, but whether it works — whether it helps families find jobs at a decent wage, care they can afford, a retirement that is dignified.” FDR spoke very similar socialist words in his 1944 Inaugural Speech. Again, we ask, where is it written that finding jobs for people at a decent wage, health care ‘they’ can afford and a retirement that is dignified, is the job, duty, responsibility, or even the right of government? No where is it written! The power to do these things has been perverted by government from a single phrase in the pre-amble of the Constitution, wherein it states….... “and promote the general welfare”. And promote they have, with a vengeance, for the sole purpose of one party securing permanent power by buying off the illiterate, naive and ignorant masses of dumbed-down Americans, with taxes from the productive segment of our society. In one sentence this policy can be stated thus: “from those with the greatest capability, to those with the greatest need.” Karl Marx.
In his message to the third world, Obama said this: “And to those nations like ours that enjoy relative plenty, we say we can no longer afford indifference to suffering outside our borders; nor can we consume the world’s resources without regard to effect. For the world has changed, and we must change with it.”
What do these grand words mean? Yes, of course the world has changed, as it grows smaller by virtue of transportation and communication. Yes, America does consume a good portion of the world’s resources, but we also have the highest production rate of any nation on Earth and our farms and fields feed a good portion of the third world. Yes, we recognize that people are suffering outside of our borders, so much so they will go to any lengths to come here and break our laws and use more of our resources, all the while making less resources available for our own citizens.
But what this phrase really means is to prepare us for the one-world-order and the dissolution of our sovereignty. It also means that Obama wants us to use up a large portion of our wealth and give it, free gratis with no strings, to other countries and dictators who refuse to use their own resources to elevate their own people. We are the most generous nation on Earth, but Obama and his minions in the U. S. Government and the United Nations tell us, it isn’t enough. We have to give more, no matter how much it hurts our economy, or our individual lives, or our living standard.
In the rest of Obama’s speech he invoked American history, our revolution, our national pride and quotes from some of our Founders. This was a blatant attempt to pander to the 59,000,000 conservatives who voted the other way. But these words belie what is in the mind and heart of Obama. He has the power and he intends to use it. He won’t use it for the ideals of our forbearers and he won’t use it for remaining true to our founding documents as a Constitutional Republic. He will use it to mold America into his distorted image. An image that was placed there by his associations with his mother, two fathers from foreign countries and his grand parents, but mostly from the associations with the likes of Bill Ayers, Saul Alinsky, Reverend Wright, Tony Rezko, his developer friend (now in jail) and the corrupt political climate of Chicago and the state of Illinois. That is the camouflaged treachery in Obama’s Inaugural speech.
It was freedom that built America into the most powerful, industrious, creative and generous nation on Earth. If Obama is successful in his camouflaged mission, he will take away our freedom and strip us of our power and generosity, to prepare us for entry, as a third-world country, into the one-world-order, under the thumb of the United Nations and the moneyed elite.
If you are not fearfully concerned, then your eyes are not open.
“Words, in and of themselves, will change nothing. Only dedicated action by a very large group of righteous individuals, motivated by the principles and ideals of freedom and liberty, will return us to the unalienable rights of our Republic, under the promises of our Constitution.” Ron Ewart
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