The Most Extreme Protest

Posted in Politics, Religion at 12:51 am by Administrator

Extreme protests differ from regular protests in absurdity, energy and boldness. Regular, everyday variety protests tamely target a situation some group judges to be wrong. This oxymoron involves a judgment call from the non-judgmental – ‘you’re not going to put your morals on me’ – crowd.

Examples of regular protests include PETA (animal’s rights), Gay groups (genital rights), ACLU (anti-religious rights), NOW (woman’s rights), environmentalists (nature’s rights) and the always-present anti-war groups (enemy’s rights – like Jane Fonda polishing the helmets of North Vietnamese generals).

These pseudo organizations hide behind ideas for political gains. The dedication of these groups only extends to their political convictions. They are laughable outside the U.S.

Outside the U.S. the stupidity of their protests are crushed into oblivion. Has a chapter of NOW ever protested in Iran, China or the Philippines? Where are the Middle East or African demonstrations from environmentalists? Have you seen any ACLU chapter or affiliate protest for separation of church and state in India, Palestine or South Africa? No, because the ACLU holds no ‘cred’ outside the U.S. Inside the U.S. they fight childish court battles like that over what Florida license plates say.

The next step in the evolution of protests is the ‘extreme protest”. Extreme protests call for the politically charged masses to judge an unjust situation within exceptionally absurd circumstances. A planned present day protest comes to mind as an example.

Several million illegals are planning to protest for amnesty immediately after Obama is inaugurated. They claim it’s payback time. They voted for Obama and now they want to be legal U.S. citizens.

Let’s analyze this situation. Illegals have tainted the election process. Illegals have admitted to election fraud. They can’t legally vote. Where is the outcry? Where are the arrests?

This extreme protest should be met with hundreds of INS buses and thousands of U.S. Marshalls, INS officers and National Guardsmen. Every illegal showing up for this protest should be put on a bus and ultimately sent back to their country of origin.

The spiritual world is the backdrop for the most extreme protest. The most extreme protest will be the unborn marching into the heads of abortion advocates and their enablers. The right to be born is more than equal to animal, genital, anti-religious, woman’s, nature’s and enemy’s rights. The problem is that the unborn have no political clout – at least in this world.

Abortion is an unjust situation for the unborn person. Yes, we can use the word ‘person’. Every medical school in the world concedes the end product of a human pregnancy is a human being – a person. Approximately 1.3 million unborn persons are killed every year in the U.S. alone. Many more unborn persons are killed around the world.

The most extreme protest is going to take place in the spiritual world. Spirits of the unborn millions are going to demonstrate around the Supreme Court and Washington D.C. endlessly – after all they are in eternity already!

Most of them are now haunting their moms. Their moms were tricked like Eve. They were told the Roe vs. Wade made abortion legal. The lie the moms bought is that legal doesn’t make abortion moral or just. The spirits of the unborn will turn their attentions from their moms to abortion advocates, especially politicians, judges and their surrogates.

Their most extreme protest will cause nightmares in the judges who invented and are defending a woman’s right to privacy. Unborn spirits will focus their attentions on politicians who have advocated their death and are advocating the death of those joining their ranks, daily. The unborn spirits will concentrate their intense supernatural powers on those wanting to kill babies in the birth canal, minutes from being born alive.

If there is a God, everyone who favors abortion will have to justify that position after they die. Roe vs. Wade decision is not biblical, moral or just. Those like Edward Kennedy, a pillar of political corruption, will stand naked before the Almighty. Can you imagine Kennedy calling for his Chappaquiddick lawyers to get him out of this mess?

The Most Extreme Protest imaginable will be the spirits of the unborn haunting the dreams of abortion advocates, especially political leaders with the power to stop the killing. That is going to be the Most Extreme Protest of all and a lot of us are cheering for the spirits!

P.s. Every person born after 1973 in the U.S. could have been legally aborted. Just ask these potential abortion survivors if their abortion would have been moral or just!!!


Dancing in the Streets

Posted in Politics, Vote Out The Bums at 5:43 pm by Administrator

When the 2008 presidential election was called for Obama, dancing in the streets began. Crowds in the streets celebrating political situations are not unique. Around the world, through out time crowds have gathered in the streets welcoming new politicians and their ideas.

Current studies show that crowds change the way individuals see the world. And more interesting is that these changes come from the fear center of the brain.

May 17, 1959 cheering crowds in the streets of Havana ushered in Fidel Castro and his revolution. Obama’s and Castro’s crowds are/were cheering for the same things.

Castro promised drastic changes in the Cuban economy and society for the benefit of the masses. Obama already explained to “Joe” his plan to redistribute wealth among U.S. citizens and non-citizens alike.

Castro exhorted the people to greater community service and attached importance to the deferment of rewards. Consequently, millions of Cuban citizens contributed “volunteer” labor to do the government’s work for Castro. Their deferred monitory rewards are still in deferment!

Obama had over a million volunteers in his campaign. Today, Obama’s web site calls for massive volunteer efforts for U.S. citizens. (http://www.change.gov/) And don’t forget to defer any monitory enjoyment. Paying more taxes will be the ultimate ‘reward’ deferment for the future of the country.

On the way to where Cuba is today several things happened. Castro’s government lost its independence to communism. His economic record is so lackluster that Cubans living far below U.S. poverty levels are fleeing the country whenever possible. He’s implemented a number of policies including health care for all citizens. Included in that health care is isolation for all AIDS patients.

The upside of Cuba today is that socialism has survived even through bouts with Communism. Max Azicri in his book Cuba Today and Tomorrow unknowingly touches on why Obama’s cheering crowds are like Castro’s. “Demonstrating how Cuba’s ongoing reform process has allowed it to avoid the fate of other Soviet bloc regimes, he maintains that Havana has continually reinvented the nature of Cuban socialism.” Azicri argues “that a more restrained and limited socialism is suitable to today’s Cuba and explains why such a system probably will prevail beyond Castro.” http://www.upf.com/Fall2000/azicri.html

Castro sold his revolution abroad. Castro mastered the media home and abroad. He nationalized U.S. assets and favored a Marxist approach to economics. Substitute Obama for Castro in the last three sentences. There is nothing special or unique about ‘copycat’ Obama.

Crowds testify Obama’s presidency as having great historical significance. Other crowds of historical great significance included:

The Russian revolution of 1917 saw motivated crowds for provisional government and an alliance between liberals and socialists who wanted to instigate political reform.

German crowds in the 1930s were enthused. “With hindsight, we can look back on those people with pity, knowing now how many of them would be led to their deaths by the man they idolized.” http://adjunct.diodon349.com/Attack_on_USA/obama_and_hitler.htm

In France, crowds cheered the bourgeois revolution of’ 1789. It took a classical form of a struggle of the bourgeoisie against the ruling classes – today’s ‘rich’ in Obama’s terms.

On May 17, 1997 ragtag Zairian rebels marched triumphantly into the capital of Zaire (Congo) greeted by sporadic gunfire and cheering civilians. They promised to bring vast changes to this huge, strife-torn nation.

Today, 2008, fighting between rebels and the army caused a fresh refugee exodus in east Congo.

Around the world cheering crowds have a conformity aspect to them. The examples above illustrate individuals doing the cheering are acting out emotions without any critical thinking process. One of these crowd emotions is being shown to have its foundation in fear.

“In the 1950’s, psychologist Solomon Asch performed a series of now famous experiments on social conformity. The most frightening aspect of the experiment only came to light recently, in 2005.”

“Dr. Gregory Berns from Emory University led a study where the researchers used an fMRI brain scan on the subjects in an experiment similar to the original Asch study. The results showed that, when individuals conform to a group’s opinion, even when the group is wrong, perceptual circuits in the brain light up. This suggests that groups actually change the way we see the world.

“Second, when an individual stands up against the group, they observed strong activation in the amygdala, the fear center of the brain. All this suggests that not only are our brains not wired for truly independent thought, but it takes a huge amount of effort to overcome the fear of standing up for one’s own beliefs and speaking out.”

Did Obama and his handlers knowingly assembly large ‘rock concert’ crowds at the beginning of his candidacy knowing about this research? If you are in the crowds cheering for Obama, are you just conforming? Are Obama’s beliefs really your beliefs?

On the world’s stage, Obama’s perceived beliefs are being heralded. The world media doesn’t really know his beliefs but they are dancing anyways. They know that Obama is from Chicago. When they think of Chicago they conjure up visions of Al Capone, gangsters and corruption. Down deep, world politicians (most of whom are corrupt to the bone) can easily identify the new president with Capone’s corrupt gangster, Chicago image.

Future crowds will call for a third Presidential term for Obama! Their battle cry will be “Incipit vita nova. Here begins the new life.”

Those not dancing in the street may still want REAL positive change in the U.S. government. That will only happen by cleaning the political house.

VOTB – Vote Out The Bums (every incumbent, every election) is the only relevant house cleaning idea on the horizon. VOTB would bring real positive change our founding fathers would approve because they didn’t need crowds to back them. Their ideas were strong enough to stand the test of time.

Support the VOTB idea. Visit the VOTB store and spread the idea.

Good Cuban reference: Latin America in the Era of the Cuban Revolution by Thomas C. Wright