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Wednesday, November 7, 2012

10 Things That Will Happen Under Obama's Second Term

From Mike Adams at Natural News

#1) Huge expansion of TSA and the surveillance state. Watch for TSA to expand its occupation of America by setting up checkpoints on roadways, sporting events, malls and "surprise" locations. Expect to see TSA agents become even more belligerent and lawless as they ramp up their sexual molestation of innocent victims.


#2) Expansion of secret arrests of American citizens. Obama secretly signed the NDAA, legalizing the secret arrests of U.S. citizens while denying them due process. Obama also authorized secret "kill lists" that claim to authorize the U.S. government to assassinate targeted individuals.

With his re-election in place, expect Obama to start issuing a mass of "kill orders" that will even start targeting political opponents.


#3) Acceleration of national debt blowout and endless fiat currency creation. Under Obama, the national debt experienced a massive blowout where Obama added trillions of dollars to the existing debt: www.USdebtclock.org

Right now, Obama is overseeing a trillion dollars a year in additional debt -- an amount that simply cannot be sustained without running smack into a financial catastrophe. It now appears that financial collapse it going to occur under Obama, not Romney.


#4) Rapid expansion of GMOs and USDA collusion. Monsanto and the biotech corporations have thrived under the Obama administration thanks to USDA collusion and scientific fraud.

Over the next four years, expect GMOs to dominate the U.S. food supply while the Obama White House rejects any effort to try to label GMOs on a national basis.


#5) Increasingly dictatorial government health care. Obamacare will grow like a cancer, pushing Americans into mandatory vaccinations that inject children with mercury, formaldehyde, MSG and aluminum.

Look for the Obama administration to wage even more wars against raw milk freedom, farm freedom and food freedom, all while requiring yet more foods to be pasteurized or fumigated under the guise of "food safety."


#6) Immediate surge in sales of guns and ammo. Obama has promised to try to destroy the Second Amendment and deny Americans the liberty to own firearms. With his re-election, expect to see a massive surge in gun sales as more people attempt to stock up in anticipation of gun bans (or government gun confiscation).


#7) Accelerated erosion of the Bill of Rights and civil liberties. Under Obama, civil rights, human rights and the Bill of Rights will be rapidly eroded. This goes hand in hand with the cancerous growth of government. As government expands its power and confiscates more economic resources, it simultaneously destroys individual liberties and due process.

This isn't to say that Romney would have been any better, of course. Both candidates were philosophically invested in the rapid expansion of Big Government.


#8) Continued destruction and looting of the U.S. economy. Under Obama, the financial looting of the U.S. economy by the global bankster elite will continue. The same would have been true with Romney, by the way.

Under Obama, America's unemployment rate will continue to head skyward, entitlements will be expanded, and the USA will be plunged into a tyrannical welfare state dominated by mindless zombies who have no cognitive grasp of reality.


#9) A "giant sucking sound" of employers leaving America Ross Perot was right! That "giant sucking sound" is the sound of employers leaving America in droves, hiring offshore workers instead of creating jobs in the USA. And why? Because employers can't afford to pay Obamacare mandates and still stay competitive in the global marketplace.


#10) Stepped-up attacks on veterans and preppers. Returning U.S. veterans will continue to be vilified by the Obama administration, to the point where even more veterans will be arrested as "terrorists" for engaging in fundamental preparedness strategies such as storing food, water, medicine and ammo.

Watch for the liberal media to join the White House in painting veterans as "dangerous" individuals needing psychiatric medications. Never mind the fact that the media owes preppers a huge apology in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy.

56 comments:

Chuck said...

Time to get off the grid.

The Right Guy said...

There's plenty of that out west. People build houses where there isn't any electric, sewer, telephone etc and put in solar and that's is that. Solar always works out here.

Chuck said...

One needn't do all that.

The Right Guy said...

You like camping, don't you? :) It might be nice to disconnect from the world for awhile.

Chuck said...

Yeah. Camping.

jgeleff said...

"Huge expansion of TSA and the surveillance state."--That doesn't matter to most of the people on this blog. It's a non issue.

"#2) Expansion of secret arrests of American citizens. Obama secretly signed the NDAA, legalizing the secret arrests of U.S. citizens while denying them due process."--Deemed a boring issue by the powers that be of this blog.

"#3) Acceleration of national debt blowout and endless fiat currency creation."--Deemed a "stupid issue that means nothing" by the powers that be.

Most of the other things on that list would come under the same attack, because it's not about killing Muslims just for the sake of killing Muslims.

The Right Guy said...

There's a new sheriff in town.

Chuck said...

I should start reading jigglejeff's blog. I bet it's awesome!

KN@PPSTER said...

It's gonna be bad.

Of course, it was gonna be bad anyway, and it was a coin toss on which one would have been worse.

Chuck said...

Bullshit. Romney wasn't going to double down on what caused this. You motherfuckers are the biggest obstacle to prosperity we have. So called liberals are a minority in this country. It's you asshole apologists that allow them to get away with this.

You are to blame.

Eric Dondero said...

Chuck, I'm not so sure "liberals are the minority in this country" any more. They are clearly 50% of the population.

I think those polls we've been seeing all these years that say "Conservatives at 40%, Liberals at 20%" are wrong. It's been alluring to us. But they must be wrong. How else can you explain a 50% vote for Obama?

jgeleff said...

People who want small government are CLEARLY the minority, and we have to blame the education system. The one that tells us that there's a dime's worth of difference between D's and R's. They are all for big government, just THEIR VERSION of it. They have no grasp of what actual limited government is. They were never taught or bothered to learn about the Constitution or the Founder's thoughts on it. We have raised more than a couple of generations of sheeple, or as I like to call them, "The Stupids". They are who voted for Obama. The hapless, the hopeless, the worthless; The Stupids.

Eric Dondero said...

Jerry, where does that leave those of us who believe in limited government, but wish to play on the Republican team.

You constantly bash Republicans as being bad as Democrats.

I choose the Republican team. I am a proud member of the Republican Party.

Do you want to bash me?

How do you propose we all work together for limited government, if all you do is trash those of us who are Republicans albeit with a libertarian viewpoint?

KN@PPSTER said...

"Jerry, where does that leave those of us who believe in limited government, but wish to play on the Republican team."

In the same position as someone who wants to play football, but wishes to belong to the New York Yankees.

Chuck said...

" They are clearly 50% of the population."

Clearly, my ass. Republican turnout was below 2008 levels for Godsake. The reason, a gaggle of sanctimonious pieces of shit who CLAIM to give a fuck about liberty were calling Romney a fucking liberal since the day he started running. Their fucking lie stuck, and now we have brakabama free to do anything he fucking wants.
You pieces of shit know who you are. YOU did this to our country. You fuckers deserve to rot in hell. Mitt Romney was the best candidate the Republican party has fielded in forty fucking years and people who claimed to give a shit about limited government, about the constitution and about the future of the country kept him from winning.

TheTracker said...

"Obama has promised to try to destroy the Second Amendment and deny Americans the liberty to own firearms."

This was a paranoid fantasy in 2008, and now might qualify as a formal paranoid delusion a la the DSM.

TheTracker said...

"Chuck, I'm not so sure "liberals are the minority in this country" any more. They are clearly 50% of the population."

That doesn't follow. Obama is moderate conservative. Romney represented the loony right. (This blog represents the failure of the mental health system.)

The Right Guy said...

Chuck:
Lots of people couldn't vote for a mormon and they weren't on the left.

The Right Guy said...

Obama is a statist. May be moderate one, but a statist.

Jeff said...

Funny how the square with the stupid mustache totally blasted Alex Jones on a previous thread, yet this post pretty much mimics what Alex has been saying long before you people jumped on the bandwagon.

Chuck said...

"That doesn't follow. Obama is moderate conservative"

The loaf of shit that calls itself "the tracker" is a greasy fucking liar. There is no one in American politics to the left of brakabama. Stupid fucking lies don't change that.

Unknown said...

How is #4 Libertarian? Sounds like gov regulation to me.

jgeleff said...

"That doesn't follow. Obama is moderate conservative. Romney represented the loony right."

Nope. Couldn't be more wrong. There is nothing moderate about Obama, as there is nothing far right about Romney.

"Jerry, where does that leave those of us who believe in limited government, but wish to play on the Republican team.

You constantly bash Republicans as being bad as Democrats."

I'm not bashing YOU. I'm bashing the party you belong to, which says one thing and does another. Admit it, Eric. The GOP says all the time, "We're going to reduce the size of government". How much has government been reduced in the last 100 years? It's GROWN. But maybe 100 years is more than most people can identify with. How about in the last 25 years? Bush Sr. to today. Screw it, lets just deal with the "compassionate conservative", Bush Jr. He increased spending more than 50% in his 8 years in office. Added program after program, social programs to education to tons of other unconstitutional programs. Is that the mark of a conservative?
What do I propose? First, admit that there's a problem and what the problem is. Then purge your party of the ones who aid big government. It won't happen in a day, or two years. It'll take a decade, maybe. But Boehner must go. McConnell must go. McCain must go. Graham, Cantor, Hutchison and many others must go. Amash must stay. Rand Paul must stay. Jeff Flake must stay. Purge the libs and you stand a chance at credibility, if you truly believe that more of the populace believes in small government. The election results state otherwise, though.

The Right Guy said...

Jerry has a point in that neither party has reduced the size of government and neither party reduced the debt, which has been growing for many decades. While on paper, there is a difference between the parties, in practicum, there's less difference. It's a question how fast we get to the same place. That said, we'll never know if Romney would have been different. My guess is that enough entitlists felt he would be and that is why he lost.

jgeleff said...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=dkJxiQO9KcA


Nick Gillespie spewing common sense all over the place.

KN@PPSTER said...

I'm not sure what "moderate conservative" means, but if politics is a 360 degree political spectrum, the ideological spread between Obama and Romney covers about 5 degrees, located just to the right of the center/top.

One reason so many of you guys didn't see Tuesday's smackdown coming is that you bought into your own guff -- for example, Obama being the "most left-wing president in history," because he implemented the health care plan that Newt Gingrich proposed in 1993 and Mitt Romney implemented in 2006.

Eric Dondero said...

Tom, I don't necessarily agree with those conservatives who said "Obama most leftwing president in history." I think better to say, "Obama the most Nazi president in American history." More accurate and descrptive.

The Right Guy said...

Tom:
The sting in any rebuke is the truth.

Eric:
The true test of Obama's character and politics would be if he acted unfettered. Luckily we'll never see that.

shortsshortsshorts said...

Look, all I'm saying is Hillz didn't get a fair shot.

Charlie said...

One reason so many of you guys didn't see Tuesday's smackdown coming is that you bought into your own guff -- for example, Obama being the "most left-wing president in history," because he implemented the health care plan that Newt Gingrich proposed in 1993 and Mitt Romney implemented in 2006. - Tom

Your factual rebuttals are so succinct sharp :-) I have a man-crush on your lethal cognitive skills LOL!

jgeleff said...

"One reason so many of you guys didn't see Tuesday's smackdown coming is that you bought into your own guff -- for example, Obama being the "most left-wing president in history," because he implemented the health care plan that Newt Gingrich proposed in 1993 and Mitt Romney implemented in 2006."

Basically what Knapp said is that the person's political identifier defines what bills they pass. So Newt is viewed by dummies as a conservative, but attempts to pass left wing legislation, and now the idea is right wing because dummies identify Newt's politics as right wing.
Am I the only one who sees that this is fucked up thinking?

The Right Guy said...

Jerry:
Newt wasn't and isn't a small government guy. He never was. He's an ideas type of guy and needs a canvas to accomplish them. Government is that canvas.

As far as Tom goes, he was right and we were wrong. The reason we were wrong is that we believed the true believers and professional water carrying pundits. The real tell was Obama's smugness, almost assuredness. He didn't act like someone that was behind as much as portended.

As has been said before:
Sandra Fluke mattered
Hispanics mattered
SS and Medicare mattered
Obamacare mattered (in a different way)
Mormonism mattered

It was just enough to get by...

When you think about it, Romney is an East Coast republican. He's not a Ronald Reagan or even a George Bush and if you noticed, as soon as he had the nomination, he moved to the center faster than Kareem with the ball.

I sympathize with Chuck on this. I feel like my country left me. It did. I feel like Demolition Man after he gets unfrozen to fight the bad guy and he's confronted with an unfamiliar and pusillanimous and effete society. I hate to say it, but I think we are done culturally. Most people that vote have moved on to where we aren't and we're out by ourselves in the field, looking at the stars and wondering what happened. Our age has passed. People of this new age are collectivists that see nothing wrong with wealth redistribution, an increasing police state for the sake of perceived security and government as the answer to his or her problems. What we've become is an anachronism. The new world is a collective where everyone settles for the yoke because they are afraid of what it means not to have that yoke. personal responsibility and efficacy are anathema to this generation. They want to spread the risk of life around so they all have a level of safety that is acceptable to them. We on the other hand will be put behind glass where we will be observed in a condescending manner like some social darwinist looks at a negro in a tar paper shack and thinks to him or herself, how fortunate that they are superior because they live in a house with central heat, solid floors and indoor plumbing. Even the natives of Cook Island will get more praise than us. And the glass will have printed on it: Break in case of emergency. Like John Spartan, we wonder what this world has come to. It doesn't really matter. It's not ours anymore anyway.

Chuck said...

"I sympathize with Chuck on this. I feel like my country left me."

They didn't "leave". They fucking stayed home. There was no "demographic shift" or any of that other bullshit. Three million republicans stayed home. It wasn't democrats that kept them there either. Any time you hear some piece of shit tell you that Romney and Brakabama are the same, know you're listening to a member of the group that ushered in this country's destruction.

May they rot in hell.

The Right Guy said...

I never said they are the same, but they aren't like us either.

I think there is demographic shift. It's been moving a millimeter at a time over the last 50 plus years. Our progressive indoctrinating schools have helped...Again, look at the shift in the size and scope of government, look at the fact that 40+% of births are single mothers. This shit is a long time coming. It might not be a 60+% majority, but I think they've reached the tipping point.

BUT, lets for a moment say that you are right about people staying home. What does that say about them? Again, as in a previous post, I would guess it's the Mormon thing with some Christians. What I would want to know from them is what they fuck fantasy are they living under? They make ron paulists seem sane. If you really believe I am wrong, then vent your anger at these assholes.

KN@PPSTER said...

Jim,

It's not just that the things you list mattered.

It's that the Republicans blew their lines on every one of those things.

Romney didn't give Republican-leaning voters a reason to come out.

Some of them (Latinos, for example) he just plain threw under the bus.

Others (pro-life voters) he lost any connection with by running away as fast as he could from anything that might require him to take a principled stand on issues they considered important.

Someone -- it may have been Romney himself -- kept using the tag line "character matters" in the primary debates, I think referring to Cain's and Gingrich's "can't keep my pecker in my pants" problems.

Well, yes, character does matter, and Romney doesn't have any. He's an obsequious, flip-flopping panderer with a backbone made of jello, whose moral compass always points to "whatever I think I have to say to make this audience like me."

Millions of voters who might have been expected to agree with Republicans in general couldn't agree with Romney because they couldn't expect him to stand for the same fucking thing -- ANY fucking thing -- two days in a row.

The Right Guy said...

Well Tom, what can I tell you. If he was such a transparently piece of shit, how did he get nominated? I guess there are too many kool-aid drinkers.

The Right Guy said...

And Chuck, if you think I am wrong about the changes, look at the comments to Eric's post. Read them and tell me there was no shift. They spout more vitriol than you do on a good day. Dude, the world changed.

andrew morton said...

I'll agree that #4 is a genuine problem other than that this list is just crazy. #1, 2, 3 8 were all started by Bush... so make sure to spread the credit around.

#6 is a problem purely because Obama won't do a fucking thing about gun control. The NRA has won. We talk about mass shootings the way we talk about tornados, just something that happens.

#10 is just fucking nuts unless you're talking about Timothy McVeigh? While he was a veteran most people would call him a terrorist.

It's stuff like that that makes this blog so hilarious! Keep it up. I love reading your fever dreams!

andrew morton said...

"They didn't "leave". They fucking stayed home. There was no "demographic shift" or any of that other bullshit. Three million republicans stayed home. It wasn't democrats that kept them there either."

I hope the Republicans let folks like Chuck continue to set policy because as long as they keep thinking they just need to shout lounder to turn out their base, the more irrelevant they'll become. More please!

andrew morton said...

Our age has passed. People of this new age are collectivists that see nothing wrong with wealth redistribution, an increasing police state for the sake of perceived security and government as the answer to his or her problems. What we've become is an anachronism.

I couldn't agree more! Or be happier about it! Good bye to the old racists, homophobes, selfish people who talk about Jesus but don't understand a thing he was saying.

The Right Guy said...

Andrew:
Do you ever tire of the template? Who said I was a christian? Or racist or homophobe? Is that all it takes to be a democrat? Not to be one of those? I think you are a bit simplistic in you're approach.

andrew morton said...

Right Guy, sure you might not be but those groups are the entire basis of the Republican's Souther strategy. Ever since they got all the Dixiecrats back in the 60s.

Bill Dalasio said...

"Banksters"? Craaaappp!!! Look, you guys are smarter than that. Yes, there are corrupt bankers. No shortage of them. But there are also a shitload of honest, intelligent, hardworking, guys in banking. Are you really ready to throw John Allison under the bus? Rick Santelli (I know, now a pundit and not a banker, but close enough)? Get the Government out of Wall Street and get Wall Street out of the government. It's the right compromise. When libertarians play this game, we give away baseline premises. There's not "labor" and "management" and "capital" as static classes. There's moochers/looters and there's free men. Those are the classes that matter. Figuring out who is part of what class is what should guide libertarian politics going forward.

Chuck said...

"Right Guy, sure you might not be but those groups are the entire basis of the Republican's Souther strategy. Ever since they got all the Dixiecrats back in the 60s."

There was no "southern strategy", you brainwashed pig. Pull your head out of your ass and quit getting your history lessons from The Weather Underground, you freak.

Chuck said...

"I think there is demographic shift. It's been moving a millimeter at a time over the last 50 plus years."

Gee, Jim. You're really all over the map here. Demographics have changed over the last 50 years? No shit, Sherlock. That says nothing about the last 48 months. I don't care about winning an argument, but what I've written is true. We've never had a better candidate than Romney, but waaaay too many people clung to this bullshit notion that he was some creature of the left. That lie stuck and the worst thing to ever happen ion the history of this country just occurred because of it.

Eric Dondero said...

Andrew all the racists are in the Democrat Party. They hate anyone of European ethnicity. Most especially self-reliant males of European background. The tables have turned. We now live in a society where European-American males are the slaves to all those who want to tax and regulate us to death. When 50% of your income is take away by taxes, how long before you start realizing that's indentured servitude?

Thank God for the tiny minority of minorities like Allen West, who have breaken away from the Slavery of the Democrat Party.

Eric Dondero said...

Jim, that was a brilliant comment you've got up there. Demolition man... I agree 100%. I really think you should turn that into a full-fledged editorial for the front page. It really is that good.

Eric Dondero said...

Chuck, that's part of the problem. Too many people stayed home. But bigger problem is that in the end, too many of our neighbors, friends, and family opted to vote for the Smiley-faced Nazi guy. We need to accept that, and face up to it.

How to deal with it? Divorce yourself from them. Tell them all to fuck off and die. Tell them you'll never have anything to do with them for the rest of their lives.

They are our enemies. And we really need to stop looking for excuses as to why we lost this election, and take action. It's hard. Believe me. I had to do this yesterday, within someone I care about deeply. But I did it. And I advise all libertarians and conservatives to do the same.

The Right Guy said...

Chuck:
If he was the best we've had, the best man didn't win. I don't think he's the best we've had from the electability standpoint. He just didn't sell it. Hopefully we learn from this.

Eric Dondero said...

Tom, it's not Romney's fault. He ran a spectacular campaign, best I've ever seen. I'd even go so far to say that Mitt Romney ran a near perfect Republican campaign. He was simply the greatest Republican political candidate in our lifetimes.

Problem is rather, as Jim implies, we've been overrun by collectivists. Mostly immigrants, but even some born here, now want government goodies. They no longer want to work. The lazy are now enslaving the self-reliant.

The sooner we recognize that, the quicker we'll be able to lead a revolution to take our country back. We start today!

Eric Dondero said...

Tom, looks matter. Honestly, name me a better looking candidate than Mitt Romney, with a better looking wife?

If we couldn't win with Romney, we couldn't win with anyone.

No, there's something much deeper at work here. The immigrants and the lazy who were born here in the U.S. are now actively seeking to enslave the rest of us real Americans. It's revenge time for them. And we're too fucking busy with other things, to recognize what's going on right in front of our faces.

Eric Dondero said...

Andrew, Timothy McVeigh did not act alone. Him and Nichols were fully supported by Saddam Hussein's Iraqi Intelligence services.

Read the Jayna Davis book "The Third Terrorist." It's an eye opener. McVeigh was just a patsy for the forces of Islamism.

KN@PPSTER said...

"Honestly, name me a better looking candidate than Mitt Romney, with a better looking wife?"

Among others, Barack Obama.

Eric Dondero said...

pretty face. But her lower body isn't that attractive. Ann Romney has a good physique all around.

Eric Dondero said...

Tom, will you at least grant me that looks matter in elections? Style. Gravitas.

Romney had those things. He was a much better looking man than Reagan.

It's depressing. I can't think of another Republican as good looking as Romney we could run in the future.

Maybe John Thune?

Bill Dalasio said...

"Right Guy, sure you might not be but those groups are the entire basis of the Republican's Souther strategy. Ever since they got all the Dixiecrats back in the 60s."

What a load of crap. That's been discredited. Often and long ago. The growth of Southern Republican voting was in the suburbs, not in the rural and urban precincts that segregationists (Dixiecrats, [sic]) dominated. What drove the rise of the Southern suburbs was the Sunbelt migration of the 60s onward.