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Wednesday, October 29, 2008

This "Socialism" charge is code for "take white people's money and give it to blacks."

This is a last ditch effort to scare the few undecided white voters to vote for McCain. This "spreading the wealth around" crap is simply trying to make idiot white douchebags like Joe the Plumber think that Obama is gonna take their money and give it to a bunch of black welfare queens and jive-talkin' crackheads.

You know it's true.

UPDATE: A day after I wrote this post, the McCain campaign put out this ad:

I rest my case.
Forget a few dollars to welfare queens: both Obama and McCain were happy to take $850 billion of our money recently and hand it to Wall Street investment banks who'd taken bad financial risks. Both senators voted for the so-called "bailout" and pressed heavily for its passage.

Both are in the pocket of the military-industrial complex, too.


RL, don't forget the Illuminati, the Council on Foreign Relations, the New World Order, the Rothschilds, the Jews, the guys on the grassy knoll ...

I love that right-wingers are gonna lose on November 4th and they KNOW it. Ha!
Uh, I'm not a "right-winger." I voted for Clinton twice and Nader in 2000. Ron Paul was the first Republican I've ever voted for.

I'd slightly prefer Obama to win over McCain next week, but I'd slightly prefer execution by firing squad to lethal injection, too.

It amazes me how successful the CFR has been in achieving their aims. There they are, right out in the open, stating their goals plainly, then achieving those goals in government -- and even informed people like Lonnie still classify them as tinfoil hat material.

When Bill Clinton won the election in 1992, he thanked in his victory speech in Little Rock a professor of his at Georgetown, Carroll Quigley. Quigley was a political science professor, a deeply involved member of the CFR, and an author who in fact wrote a history of the CFR while a member of the organization. Let me give you two Quigley quotes:

""The powers of financial capitalism had (a) far-reaching aim, nothing less than to create a world system of financial control in private hands able to dominate the political system of each country and the economy of the world as a whole. This system was to be controlled in a feudalist fashion by the central banks of the world acting in concert, by secret agreements arrived at in frequent meetings and conferences. The apex of the systems was to be the Bank for International Settlements in Basel, Switzerland, a private bank owned and controlled by the world's central banks which were themselves private corporations. Each central bank...sought to dominate its government by its ability to control Treasury loans, to manipulate foreign exchanges, to influence the level of economic activity in the country, and to influence cooperative politicians by subsequent economic rewards in the business world."

Now, when I say that there is a conspiracy or collusion of bankers to control the world financial system, Lonnie says I'm a nutjob. But here is one of their own, a supporter of such a one-world government, one-world currency, and one world financial system, openly writing in a famous book that this is not only what is desired but also planned...and, well, Lonnie still dismisses it as nutjob territory.

Which brings me to the second Quigley quote. He was speaking about the CFR's desire to control not only the world banking system, but also both political parties in the U.S. See if it sounds familiar:

"The argument that the two parties should represent opposed ideals and policies, one, perhaps, of the Right and the other of the Left, is a foolish idea acceptable only to the doctrinaire and academic thinkers. Instead, the two parties should be almost identical, so that the American people can "throw the rascals out" at any election without leading to any profound or extreme shifts in policy."

And the Illuminati, the New World Order, the Rothschilds, the Jews, the guys on the grassy knoll?

Please, do go on. Tell us sheeple how the world REALLY works.
It's amazing -- you're impervious to argumentation. You don't even try.

Which buttresses another point of Quigley's, which is that there is no need to hide the plans of the CFR, because people -- or sheople, as you put it -- simply don't want to know. As Quigley himself put it, but the time the velvet glove is removed from the iron fist it will be too late for the people to do anything about it. That's the man who inspired Bill Clinton to enter politics.

That's my last word on this thread. Go back to sleep.


I would feel a lot better if I could believe that there really is a group of guys controlling the world's financial system. Recent events hardly support such a theory.
Even though I agree with you on most things, I think you should replace blacks with blacks and "immigrants" (code for illegals from latin america). There's been a lotta hate of the 'illegal immigrant' the past coupla years.

Incidentally, wasn't it Bill Clinton, who put the 'new welfare laws' into effect to end welfare abuse, Ol' Dirty Bastard style?

OK, I'll stop with the use of quotations now.
Anon: Cliton did pass welfare reform, but Joe the Plumber probably still thinks welfare checks are the highest proportion of the federal budget.
Hey, did you know that Angelina Jolie is a member of the CFR? Explains a whole lot about those "adoption trips" to the third world and sheds new light on Brad Pitt's connection to George Clooney.
I'm pretty sure defense is what takes up the highest proportion of our federal budget. I'm sure you could check and find out.
RL is actually right. and to deny that is to be no better than those who believe Obama is socialist.
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