The Provocateur!

“And, you know, all I can do is make the best arguments and mobilize the American people so that they’re responsive.”Barack Hussein Obama from his 10/6/11 jobs speech. These are the most chilling words I have ever heard from an American President!

Do you remember the two distinct personality types as a kid growing up and observing your friends and classmates? One (A) would never say anything behind your back that he wasn’t comfortable saying to your face. This one tended to be your friend. The other (B) seemed to derive some satisfaction or benefit by making private information public…pitting this one against that one. They tended to be people you avoided (I hope). Also, imagine the different energy in a room full of A’s versus a room full of B’s! One room will be warm with trust, comfort and respect. The other will be cold as a result of those qualities lacking. Now look out on our room today! Could we be colder or more divided and suspect of one another! Is this by accident or by design?

After the Hank Williams Jr. firing for invoking Hitler and the term enemy when asked to comment on Boehner’s Presidential golf buddy, ESPN conducted an opinion poll. 50% supported the firing, and 50% supported Mr. Williams! How’s that for divided?

From O(B)’s own lips:

  • ‘they get bitter, they cling to guns or religion or antipathy towards people who aren’t like them or anti-immigrant sentiment or anti-trade sentiment as a way to explain their frustrations.’– Obama talking to citizens in Fan Francisco about their fellow citizens in Pennsylvania.
  • From Dreams of My Father: ‘I found a solace in nursing a pervasive sense of grievance and animosity against my mother’s (white) race.’
  • He marches with the New Black Panthers while vilifying and demonizing the Tea Party! He receives Malik Shabazz into the Private Residence of OUR White House and looks the other way as “King” Samir Shabazz is captured on video saying he hates all white people, “every single one of them,” and calling for the killing of all white babies!…while his DOJ dismisses the NBP “Voter Intimidation” charges CAUGHT ON TAPE!
  • “And if Latinos sit out the election instead of saying, we’re gonna punish our enemies and we’re gonna reward our friends who stand with us on issues that are important to us, if they don’t see that kind of upsurge in voting in this election, then I think it’s gonna be harder – and that’s why I think it’s so important that people focus on voting on November 2,”– Barack Obama Oct. 2010
  •  Obama doesn’t tell all Americans to put their marching boots on. He tells Black Americans to “put your marching boots on!”- September 26, 2011
  • From Audacity of Hope: ‘I will stand with the Muslim’s should the political winds shift in an ugly direction.’ ( Anyone notice the isolation of Israel? Accident?)
  • And today the man who demonizes and castigates the peaceful protest of hard-working Americans blows a kiss to Anarchy!

But the most terrifying aspect of our situation is not that we have a (B) in the White House…he is only one man. The horror is that virtually every institution in our society has placed (B) on a pedestal! From our Schools and our Churches, to our Media and Entertainment Industries, (B) Good! (A) Bad!

Hasn’t this story played out before?

So, I’ll tell you what. As Mr. (B) commences his “mobilization”…I know two (A)’s who had it right! Rep. Joe Wilson and Hank Williams Jr.! And as soon as the rest of us take the blinders off, we’ll be able to see the (B) in the White House for ourselves! Pray it ain’t too late! 🙂

Chip Murray: Wide Awake

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16 Responses to The Provocateur!

  1. Tarig Anter says:

    In all countries, including the USA, Greece, and Spain, there are considerable portion of the population of each generation that might be labeled as the “Half-wayers”. These are the unsuccessful but still they are grateful and defendant of the socio-economic system in place. They are mostly of older ages, but still you can find them in less ambitious youth.

    The Half-wayers are middle-classers who feel indebted to the unjust and corrupt system because deep in their hearts and minds they believe that they have achieved and acquired more than what they fairly and normally deserve. This kind of people might not be corrupt; but they assume that without such system they would have been ruined and abject losers. This is the only reason why they defend the system meekly and brutally; or at least fear and reject any movement that might bring possible change.

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  3. Brian Mooney says:

    Good thoughts and observations…

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  5. Tarig Anter says:

    To achieve healthy capitalism and to protect the people from corporate abuses and corruption a new universal system of labeling of all products and services must be designed and implemented globally. The ingredients of each product or service are composed from not only the physical components but more importantly from the processes involved in the final output.

    All corporations and businesses in general must be held accountable and be observed by consumers, employees, the community, and the state departments. For this purpose a tagging system shall be put in place to measure and publicize on any product and any service on the performance of the production business for the total and each of at least the following issues:
    Executive pay
    Excessive advertisement
    Unfair advertisement
    Labor welfare
    Unions’ participation
    Capital distribution
    Political leverage
    Environmental responsibility
    Social contributions
    Fair play
    Equal opportunities
    Financial transparency

    • shutupnsing says:

      Spoken like a true Socialist my friend! And what of Big Government? Who will moniter their “fair play”, their “executive pay” and “their transparency”?

      • Tarig Anter says:

        Civil societies and private businesses with political commitment from the state.

        Please let us stop such unjustified red scare.

        Reforming capitalism is not Socialism or communism.

  6. shutupnsing says:

    Please answer the question my “civil” friend…

    • Tarig Anter says:

      Dear shutupnsig, I thought I have answered it.
      Private establishment are rating states and corporations for credit worthy, why not civil societies like NGOs, unions, and private firms get contracts to oversee corporate governance.
      Fair play is an issue of monopoly, legal contracts competition, reports from peer businesses in the industry;
      Executive pay is clear in the expenditure and the ratio to non-executive staff;
      Transparency is a simple accounting and auditing issue to the budget.

      These reforms only need government legislation and supervisory units, the whole work shall be performed outside state departments, the same way food and goods manufacturers are obliged to declare the ingredients and specifications of their products.

      • shutupnsing says:

        Brilliant Tarig! Why didn’t WE think of that? All we need is a few more layers of GOVERNMENT to moniter the Big Bad Evil Corporations…I think you’ve got it!

  7. Tarig Anter says:

    Dear shutupnsing; from my long experience in dealing with governments in more than a dozen of them I assure you that if you slash more than half of government officials or the so-called public dis-service and throw them to the streets you will definitely get better, effective and efficient administrations. I am sure they are the source of corruption and corporate greed support. I have never seen in long life any government department or an office functioning properly.
    They are excesses, idles, and the antithesis of innovation, ethics and productivity.

    People must have regular and uninterrupted access to monitor what are going on in any government office, low or high, including the judiciary, the police, the security, and the military.

    When you deal personally with a successful private business you feel your power as a valued customer even if it was unethical business. But when I personally deal with any government office I feel their arrogance and wickedness; I wish I could spit on their faces.

    The public service anywhere in the world is ten times it’s optimum size, and they are very good in employing the failures and the dishonest for life.

    To Occupy Wall Street and bring social, political, and economic justice people must axe useless officials first.

    • shutupnsing says:

      Corrupt Corporation with Corrupt Government is like a parasite without a host…it will collapse under its eventual deviation from natural law. But Corrupt Government devours anything and everything…which is why your posts puzzle me T…kind of like the exterminator who comes into the house, takes all the traps and leaves all the mice. If you understand the oppressive nature of Gov as your last post suggested, why so much concern for monitoring corporations in previous posts?

      • Tarig Anter says:

        Big government bureaucracies and corrupt rich corporations are allied to each other greed and survival, the hopes of reformation must be in civil societies and the people at large.

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