Saturday, August 25, 2012

Barack Obama's Weird Socialism -- The Movie

Last night, I went to see 2016: Obama's America. It's the first time I've set foot in a movie theater since I became disgusted by the high cost to view the overt left wing propaganda and gratuitous culture rot that Hollywood passes off as entertainment.

Within days of first listening to Barack Obama speak, and watching his presidential campaign unfold, I diagnosed him as a self-serving socialist sociopath. That brings us pretty close to having him figured out, but not entirely.

During Barack Obama's 2008 campaign, and early in his first term, many people were puzzled by his "apology tour", and with his apparent obsession with taking America down a notch on the world stage. Even while most socialist nations are quite nationalistic (e.g., Nazi Germany -- "Nazi" is the German-language diminutive for "National Socialist"), and the USSR (The Union of Soviet Socialist Republics) was certainly aggressively nationalistic, Obama seems to want to implement a kind of meek socialism for the United States. It seems weird until you see the movie, 2016: Obama's America. I have read Dinesh D'Souza's articles about Barack Obama's dreams from his father before, so this wasn't news to me, but many people are getting this information for the first time.

Barack Obama senior was a rabid Kenyan anti-colonialist. He may have been justified to some degree. As Dinesh points out, our founders were also anti-colonialists. Thomas Jefferson, Ben Franklin and others resented British colonialism in America. The dominant (some may say "hip") political ideology at the time was The Enlightenment, a.k.a., Classical Liberalism, which is where we got our founding principles of natural law, freedom and individual liberty, as most elegantly expressed in The Declaration of Independence and embodied in The Constitution of the United States.

The big difference with modern anti-colonialists is that the current hip political ideology is collectivism, a.k.a., communism, a.k.a., socialism. Once you understand that Barack Obama is attempting to fulfill his father's obsession, on which Obama has doubled down by obsessing over his father, then you understand Obama's agenda. The odd thing is, the United States was not founded on principles that would promote colonialism. Naturally as a world power, we do sometimes have to exert more influence worldwide than we might like, but as Colin Powell noted in 2003,

We have gone forth from our shores repeatedly over the last hundred years and we've done this as recently as the last year in Afghanistan and put wonderful young men and women at risk, many of whom have lost their lives, and we have asked for nothing except enough ground to bury them in, and otherwise we have returned home ... to live our own lives in peace.

For Barack Obama though, it doesn't help that he was mentored by communist, anti-colonialist, anti-American tutors, radical friends, radical ministers and radical professors. It isn't surprising that we have the most radical, most anti-American, anti-capitalist president in US history. What is stunning is that the media has so far downplayed these influences.

Fortunately, the movie 2016: Obama’s America has stunned Hollywood, opening at #1 in theaters on Friday. People will see it, and get the information that the mainstream media has strenuously attempted to suppress.


  1. And this is the "disastrous" result of the Citizens United Supreme Court decision restoring freedom of speech and reaffirming the personhood of corporations. We need more "disasters" like this!!! Go, Supremes, go!

    1. I actually find "corporate personhood" to be a bizarre and skewed complaint. Corporations are a collection of humans, exercising their first amendment right of peaceful assembly. The assembly still needs to enter into contracts, and do other things that individuals or partnerships must do. The assembly may speak as one. That isn't much different than signing a petition. Personhood doesn't go much beyond that. The same rights apply to labor unions. Should we abridge those too?

  2. Just lovely,

    So it's terrible/horrific if any 'collective or group' asserts it's opinion thru freedom of speech and materializes in the form of god forbid an 'evil' corporation which seeks to profit for it's own collective of hello-PEOPLE existing to produce something the world wants to buy or needs, god forbid again....for again 'evil' profit in a free market system.
    Good freakin grief....

    OH WAIT!!!!, ah let's look at this with another lens, the lens of the collective left or well actually the best term I know of 'THE BORG'....

    I'm speaking now as from the position of being 'ONE WITH THE BORG'...with me here????

    Freedom of speech, operation, existance, expression, you name it, must be vaporized.
    Resistance is futile and must not be tolerated.
    We must assimilate everything for the goal of utopian nirvana worldwide all are one goals which will lead humanity to the ultimate ultraness point of unlimited equal perfected perfection for all who join with the borg collective.

    So this freedom of corporations or whatever groups to resist our 'Borg' program must be silenced, ah for the good of the collective.

    Naturally we need to provide waivers/passes, etc., for any corporations/groups/unions/or you name it groups who are hooked up to the support pipeline, ah because even though this has never worked before in human history and is deadlier than anything mankind has come up with, ah we can make it work this time for sure, ah even with the definition of insanity being trying the same thing over and over with same horrific death count ALL-TIME record result.

    We are the Borg, we can get it right this time.

    Back from the borg point of view to mine:

    Hello Borg,



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