May 04 2012

Party Like It’s 1984!

Published by at 10:54 am under 2012 Elections,All General Discussions

Well isn’t this special:

A covert group of EU foreign ministers has drawn up plans for merging the jobs currently done by Herman Van Rompuy, president of the European Council, and Jose Manuel Barroso, president of the European Commission.

The new bureaucrat, who would not be directly elected by voters, is set to get sweeping control over the entire EU and force member countries into ever-greater political and economic union.

Big Brother is apparently attempting to arrive – if not a few years late. After a disastrous run in the US, the far left is beginning to realize it will lose ground again in 2012, just like it did in 2010 (albeit, not as dramatically). To this end all the stops (in terms of thinking, common sense, living within the rules, etc) are being tossed out as the left grabs for the mythical power they so crave.

Apparently the radical left (which I separate from the overly empathic left who want to undo every single bad personal choice ever made) are sensing the time is now, or never. Which – thankfully – both lead to “never”:

Supporters of the move believe that the rival presidencies are undermining the EU’s ability to speak with a single voice. They argue that merging the two jobs will create a powerful European leader who is capable of pursuing the federalist dream of a united Europe which has been severely shaken by the eurozone crisis.

Lord Stoddart confirmed the existence of the plot thanks to a parliamentary written answer in the House of Lords. He asked Foreign Office ministers to reveal what they knew about the merger talks.

In other words, the EU will make sure the poor dumb masses do what they are told – or else.

This has created the expected backlash to the imperial over-reach:

Marine Le Pen wants to bust the French political system — and people across Europe and beyond should take note.

Her stunning score in the first round of French presidential elections won her anti-immigrant National Front a place in the Europe-wide march of nationalist — sometimes extremist — parties toward seats of power.

Le Pen’s rage will be on millions of voters’ minds, both her critics and fans, as they elect a president Sunday.

This over-hyped AP story sheds as much light on the media puppets of the socialist left  as it does on the turmoil. What La Pen says is not all that controversial:

“Islamism is the totalitarianism of religions and globalization is the totalitarianism of trade,” Le Pen, who won almost 18 percent of the first round vote, said at a news conference this week. “The nation is the only structure capable” of vanquishing the evil.

I would go further and say the law abiding citizen of a nation is the only defender of evil. But this is not neo-nazis at the gate (apparently what happens when the left loses).

The left is imploding across the spectrum, and Occupy “Whatever!” is leading the implosion:

What a lucky, lucky week this has been for Greater Cleveland — especially for whichever unsuspecting souls were driving across the Ohio 82 bridge across the Cuyahoga Valley while five petty criminals associated with Occupy Cleveland were trying to community organize it.

The Occupiers, authorities tell us, thought they had rigged the span with plastic explosives that would detonate when they punched a code into a cellphone.

Sooooo – killing innocent commuters (with children aboard most likely) is not really another Timothy McVeigh act of terrorism, but some sort of high-browed, reasoned, action against ‘the man’. I guess blowing up bridges would make those shit-bombs preferable?

As mob-based beatings and killings spread, as the destruction of the mindless and incapable left spreads, as the zealots become more desperate and radical, they will only harm Obama and the Democrats.The voters will not allow the left wing nuts to run the place again if the results are economic destruction, followed by violence when the nuts are fired for their incompetence.

The one group I feel the most for is the African American community. There is a good chance that, if there is a wave of violence in support of Obama and against the GOP, it will be unfairly seen as a judgement on the first black president (as opposed to a judgement on the most inexperienced, left wing president in modern times). If this happens, then it will be a long time before Americans feel secure in trusting the overall minority community to be mature and respectful in leadership. If Obama allows this madness to arise, he will be stained with it forever.

And this stain will unfairly (in my opinion) spread to minorities. I too weary of the old-white-man leadership model here in America (even though I are one). I especially look forward to our own Maggie Thatcher. So I fear a scenario which extends the monopoly on poitical power for these  old-white-men. And I see what is beginning to be a horrible conclusion to a horrible presidency. And it is all so avoidable if the left stops being so insane.

Something unlikely to happen.

5 responses so far

5 Responses to “Party Like It’s 1984!”

  1. Redteam says:

    As you, I don’t see the poor performance of the president as being related to race or gender. I see it as pure inexperience(of the right type), and incompetence. Obama was totally unprepared, in every way, to tackle the job. Poor judgment didn’t help that situation either.
    He just doesn’t have a feel for the way the country and world operates.

  2. Layman says:

    I tend to disagree with you – to an extent. Yes Obama had little experience to prepare him for the job and yes, his administration is proving incompetent; but more so his failure is caused by his addiction to his idealogy. He is a left-wing socialist (if not Marxist) wealth redistributor and his actions are driven by his desire to remake the country into something akin to the Euopean welfare states.

    From that standpoint his performance has been completely predictable. Also, from his point of view it has not been abysmal but rather good. He just needs 4 more years to complete his work.

    For all our sakes I hope we band together, support Romney, strengthen the conservative majority in the House, and make Harry Reid the Senate Minority Leader.

  3. AJStrata says:


    I think we can agree one sign of terminal ignorance is a unwavering belief in socialist policies….

    How else can you be a socialist except to have avoided all real world experience???

  4. Redteam says:

    Layman, ah yes. A list of Obama’s problems would be long. We can only be happy that he is as inexperienced and incompetent as he is to keep his Socialist/marxist agenda from having made more progress than it has. Yes, 4 more years is about all even he in his incompetence will need to dismantle our economy. so, we don’t disagree, it’s just a matter of how long we want to make the list.

  5. jan says:

    I’ve increasingly looked at the battle in WI, between a reform-minded governor and the unions, to be a petri dish of sorts, on what kind of government will grow and prevail in America’s future.

    This utube film, Anarchy 101 –how Wisconsin’s left embraces chaos shows how the union demonstrations were “not the kind of Wisconsin that people saw on the news.”