Friday, October 15, 2010

Rise Against

Rather than sit in that dreary oval office and conduct actual work,
Obama instead traveled to Philadelphia for one of his typical pop star rallies.
Much to his surprise, their were a few protestors in attendance.
One man threw the book at Obama (which book exactly was not clear).
While yet another man streaked the event
in hopes of winning the $1 million jackpot billionaire Alki David has previously offered.

This incident brings to mind a curious topic, why is America still not angry about the tyranny which has besieged our once great nation?
It's evident a 1776 magnitude political awakening is underway.
The government has been so public about:
-not protecting the borders
-stealing private pensions
-foreclosure fraud
-raising the retirement age
-a 5% payroll tax
-unruly health care
-a social security freeze
-carbon taxes
-death taxes
-death panels
The list goes on...

What more will it take for America to wake up?
It reminds me of the quote by Pastor Martin Niemöller regarding the Nazi's rise to power:
"They came first for the Communists, & I didn't speak up because I wasn't a Communist.
Then they came for the trade unionists, & I didn't speak up because I wasn't a trade unionist.
Then they came for the Jews, & I didn't speak up because I wasn't a Jew.
Then they came for me & by that time no one was left to speak up."

America needs to speak up for itself or face being completely devoured by this technocracy.
We need to get angry, like the quote from the 1976 film "Network"

I can't figure it out?
Has fluoridated water made the populous servile slaves?
Has the mercury in the vaccines subdued our ability to speak out against those who openly strip us of our every freedom?
Maybe the government being so open about it's Orwellian Big Brother surveillance of nearly every niche of our lives has scared the fight out of the dogs?

Obama promised change, America bought the hype,
unbeknownst to them that their future president was actually an illegal citizen who holds no sway by law regardless of what executive orders he dictates or bills he vetoes.

Europe has been opposing such tyranny for some time now, their balls have indeed dropped.
Maybe due to the fact that they've been smart enough to reject water fluoridation.
Having only 2% of their country fluoridated, as opposed to 70% of Americans in 2008.
10 facts about fluoride

Anti-Austerity protests are sweeping across the EU
and many of these countries are protesting the same mandates being imposed upon us:
photos from Greece riots
protesting the banksters who have driven the country so far in debt that they had to sell off their islands
the banksters then buy the islands with money they stole from taxpayers and then sell them for more
70% of workforce went on strike requesting economic reform
currently conducting their 4th day of strikes this month alone
in response to the government raising the retirement age from 60 to 62,
similarly in America they recently proposed raising the retirement age from 65 to 70
accusing the government of economic mismanagement
protesting spending cuts

Elsewhere riots have broken out in:
over energy shortages
riots over food shortages

Chicago protest photos

Hollywood protests 9th anniversary of Afghan war

Wake up, get involved, get angry, spread the gospel