There are some messed up things in this world. We’re going to expose them in tonight’s show. First off, The Washington Times is reporting that a human rights commission from the UN telling the US to give Mount Rushmore back to the American Indians. Then, we have Obama has sold us out (nothing new) to the enemy by putting Muslim Brotherhood in key positions of the DHS and he’s signed an executive order giving up some of our sovereignty to the UN. Egypt’s Islamists see Jerusalem as their future capital. The White House’s cover up of the new underwear bomber and their lies about who he is.
UN willing to Souix for Mount Rushmore…
Bad joke, I know, but you need to read this to see how badly the UN wants to run the world. They want to take as much of our sovereignty as they can.
Read more here.
Hell, no, we can’t trust those crazy people! How many times have they killed, injured, violated, impeded, etc people who were supposed to check on the Iranian nuclear project. They lie to the world all the time about everything, they kill Christians and Jews. They act like they’re the victims when all they do is victimize others. Well, I have one thing to say. Iran, you can go straight to hell.
The Iranian regime has been a farce when it comes to anything regarding peace or domenstic nuclear energy. Just look at the rhetoric from Ahmadinejad regarding the US and Israel. Look at how he treats his own people that disagree with him, but don’t have any real politcal power.
Just one example, remember Pastor Youcef Nadarkhani? He’s the Christian pastor in Iran that was arrested for his religious convictions and now faces death. His attorney now faces prison for defending him. He was doing exactly what he’s supposed to do, according to Iranian law. How many times will the word just sit by and let the Iranian government condemn people for exercising their basic human rights? Most of the world at least tolerates the different opinions and lifestyles of their population. While they may not embrace their difference, they don’t generally execute them for imprison them for it.
Where is the UN on this?
The UN, as I’ve said before, is a paper tiger; toothless as a new born baby. They send in inspectors that have no real power against infractions. The UN likes to blow a lot of smoke, but national sovereignty trumps the world body in most occassions, as it should. However, the UN is strangely silent when it comes to Middle Eastern countries violating human rights. Until recently, they wanted little to nothing to do with the internal affairs of rogue nations, but were quick to pick on nations that value human life and more traditional rights of the western world. It’s all in the name of political correctness, if you ask me. you see the UN get involved to protect Muslims, as they should stand up for everyone’s basic human rights, but they fail to stand up for the Christians and Jews that are persecuted in the region. Time and time again, the UN fails to bring war criminals to justice unless their victims are connected to the oil rich regions of the world… and they blame the US for being greedy on oil.
Why do we tolerate these types of issues that threaten our sovereignty through oil? We give money to our enemies in the guise of political correctness and bleeding hearts while our own people suffer. We allow the leaders of enemy nations to come here and speak to our college students and condemn us openiny on our own soil. This has got to stop, people. This has got to stop now. Stop letting our enemies come to our country and stop worrying about what the enemy countries think of us. Produce more of our own oil and keep their greedy fingers out of our energy policy. Support Israel and their right to exist peacefully.
Marxist in the White House?
Anyone who knows me and my writings understands that I absolutely hate Socialism, Communism, Marxism, and Fascism. You also know that I refer to uor current administration as the most Socialist one to date. I refer to Obama as a Socialist and that he has socialist policies and agendas. I never stray from the opinion that our country is in serious trouble if we keep going down the road we’re on. Well, folks, read this article from the Blaze and you’ll see more evidence.
Between things like Anita Dunn’s professed love for Mao Tse-Tung and the not-controversy surrounding the president’s new campaign slogan (“Forward!”), we suspect White House staffers are getting awfully tired of responding to questions about whether the Obama administration employs at least a few communist-sympathizing officials.
Rick Bookstaber, who currently serves on President Obama’s Financial Stability Oversight Council, may have just kicked off another round of these questions.
Writing on his personal blog Monday, Boosktaber posted a refutation of conservative author Tucker Carlson’s claim that, by repeatedly singling out the “wealthy,” Democrats are waging “class warfare.”
“There is little that matches the artfulness of the rich in waving off criticism of the widening income gap as ‘class warfare,’” Bookstaber writes. “And there is little that matches the gullibility of the rest in following along.”
“I am not picking sides in this war,” he added, “but I believe such a war is justifiable, and indeed ultimately inevitable.”
During the industrial revolution class warfare centered on the length of the working day. A tightly defined working day only appeared with the advent of the industrial revolution. Before then laborers worked when they needed money, and then quit for a time once they fulfilled their needs. But regimentation and a dependable workforce became necessary once there was machinery to run and capital invested, and so with industrialization came the an enforced workday. So it is not surprising that Marx stated the central battle of class warfare at the time in terms of the working day:
The capitalist maintains his rights as a purchaser when he tries to make the working-day as long as possible, and to make, whenever possible, two working-days out of one. On the other hand, the peculiar nature of the commodity sold implies a limit to its consumption by the purchaser, and the laborer maintains his right as seller when he wishes to reduce the working-day to one of definite normal duration. There is here, therefore, an antinomy, right against right, both equally bearing the seal of the law of exchanges. Between equal rights force decides. Hence is it that in the history of capitalist production, the determination of what is a working-day, presents itself as the result of a struggle, a struggle between collective capital, i.e., the class of capitalists, and collective labour, i.e., the working-class. – Marx, Das Kapital
Karl Marx, of course, is most famously known as the father of communism. His political philosophy was adopted and implemented by infamous dictators — including Vladimir Lenin, Mao Tse-Tung, Joseph Stalin, Pol Pot, Ho Chi Min, Fidel Castro, and Che Gueverra — whose search for the perfect collectivist society led to the deaths of approximately 100 million people, according to the historian Stéphane Courtois.
Scary, isn’t it?