Tuesday, March 24, 2009

Right of Obama Equals Enemy




How long must we go one before we call Obama the Hitler of our times. The tactics of Isolate and attack through propaganda are unbelievably similar. According to a Fox article, the Fusion Center, some sort of government agency, has reclassified what it considers a paramillitary group to include anti-abortion activists and supporters of a third party. What on earth is this non sense. If it were in a movie I wouldn't believe it. We all just sit around and say to ourselves, "we could never be like the Nazis". After the war, the Nazis asked themselves if they really signed on for what happened. If we allow ourselves to be separated and branded, we may as well put the tattoo on our wrists ourselves. I didn't see anything about environmental terrorist or animal activists that commit actual acts of violence. NEWSPEAK. Orwell nailed it folks.

8 comments:

Kansas Bob said...

You can thank the previous administration for these centers Scott. The ACLU complained about them in 2007.. check this out.

jrchaard said...

I know Bob. We always sell out our liberties to pay for security. Naively, people hope that the government will use their powers for good. History shows that isn't the case. Create agencies like these and then put somebody like Obama in power and BAM. I can't stand the name of George Bush in so many ways and this is one of the thousands of mistakes he made, but, I would equate the creation of an agency like this to a gun manufacturer. It isn't the gun that hurts, but the person that uses it. It isn't the power that hurts, but the person that uses it.

Kansas Bob said...

I understand.. why blame that innocent creator of the A-Bomb when we can blame Truman.

jrchaard said...

Or thank Truman. Do we blame God for creating the tree of knowledge of good and evil.

Kansas Bob said...

That was a great response Scott! So do you think there was a good use for these fusion centers when Bush created them and now they have become bad? If so, what was the good use?

jrchaard said...

I'm not really defending the creation of these centers. I think that Bush may have also been naive to think that they would be used to truly combat real terrorism. With so many government programs, they begin with good intentions, but they always evolve into a beast. I see it like this. We should give our whole lives to God. God tells us there is a place for civil government, but that civil government must be accountable to God. Our founders set up a system that let God play as big a role in people's lives as had ever been seen. We struck a good balance, but then for each program we pass, God is less and less a factor in our lives (if we allow it). Each program is run by man and man is sinful in nature. Take any well intended program through history long enough, and as it is administered by one sinner after another, it becomes less and less about the program and more about the man and the sinful will of the administer. We have to turn all of these things back, no matter what the intention

Kansas Bob said...

So you agree with the ACLU on this one when they said this in 2007:

"Moreover, there are serious questions about whether data fusion is an effective means of preventing terrorism in the first place, and whether funding the development of these centers is a wise investment of finite public safety resources. Yet federal, state and local governments are increasing their investment in fusion centers without properly assessing whether they serve a necessary purpose."

Seems that Bush could have fixed this one but didn't.

jrchaard said...

I would say that you should just add this to the list of bad programs, and Yes, Bush was the President when it was created.