A Response to: 'You're Scaring Me, Obama: Let the Bush Years Die by Heather Wokusch'
Dateline: Thanksgiving Day, Thursday, November 27, 2008.
Dear Ms. Heather Wokusch,
I wish the same as you do in your article. The reality however is manifestly otherwise, and was/is very predictable. As Robert Jensen noted in his recent article "Real hope: Facing difficult truths about an uncertain future", just below yours on AFP,
"Expressions of hope are only as truly hopeful as the honesty of the assessment of reality from which they emerge. Conjuring up hope rooted in a denial of reality can only deepen despair in the long run."
And therefore, the response to this statement in your article is probably obvious to everyone:
'In short, Mr. President-elect, you promised "Change we can believe in," but across the board it's looking a lot more like "Business as usual." '
But just for the sake of completeness, Mr. Obama's favorite philosopher is probably Dr. Zbigniew Brzezinski. Mr. Obama's favorite financiers are probably from the same Rockefeller money. Mr. Obama's election campaign, probably the costliest in American election history, some say to the tune of $2 billion dollars, merely to ensure that a 'change' mantra would get sewn into the fabric of American social discourse - which has apparently succeeded, as all of the right, left, and center, echo that mantra. The reality of 'change' is analyzed here.
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...which noted on October 22, 2008:
"I predict that new faces will adorn the White House because the police-state is not ready to overtly break surface just yet, and people still need to be given the illusion of choice less they revolt before they have been fully enslaved and microchipped. Since you people seem fed up with the taste of vanilla for 8 years, we shall now give you chocolate! And wouldn't that be a revolutionary step for America?"
And the proof of the pudding is in its eating – as reflected in the leader quote above.
Webster Tarpley had noted in April 2008, in his book, "Obama, the Postmodern Coup – Making of a Manchurian Candidate", that Mr. Obama would prove to be more dangerous for America, and the world, than even his predecessor, because the endgame, the engagement of Russia, and the carryover of decimating Pakistan and Iran, would happen on his watch.
Tarpley felt that Iran might be pitted against Russia as Brzezinski's favorite modus operandi against his favorite enemy. I have felt that these three might actually get united as a matter of survival tactic having learnt from the recent past of how USSR was dismembered. But regardless of who allies with whom, the Asian land mass is the prize, which unless won, cannot construct a world government. Asia owns most of the known natural resources of the world. Asia is also the target of most of the population reduction schemes of the de facto emperor of Western world, Mr. David Rockefeller. Hear and watch him express his concerns in his own voice here:
...and the analysis of the agendas, including population reduction and Henry Kissinger's very un-secret long running alternative program of NSSM 200 here.
And see many study references here.
And Mr. Obama is merely the new link in the chain of its acquisition. Why so many people might have been so confused, and continually get confused, is beyond me. The principles of conquest are in plain sight, and available for all to see. Anyone who might stand against them, would not even get past the election Primaries, never mind be chosen as the lead candidate of an establishment's political party. Both of them.
The 'change' mantra, and the $2 billion spent creating it, has obviously been very effective indeed.
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