Tuesday, June 19, 2012

Obama takes his cue from George Wallace's racist playbook

The following post was written in response to a post in zerohedge.com:

After reading LawofPhysics post, I was curious what exactly is the definition of fascism, so I could wake up. Here is what I found in Wikipedia:

"Fascists seek rejuvenation of their nation based on commitment to an organic national community where its individuals are united together as one people in national identity by suprapersonal connections of ancestry, culture, and blood through a totalitarian single-party state that seeks the mass mobilization of a nation through discipline, indoctrination, physical training, and eugenics.[3][4] Fascism seeks to purify the nation of foreign influences that are deemed to be causing degeneration of the nation or of not fitting into the national culture."

By this definition, America is not fascist. Nobody running for prez is seeking to promote any singular national identity through "ancestry, culture, and blood."

In Greece, the Golden Dawn is doing that, but in America, the Democrats and Republicans are not.

Instead, America is promoting multiculturalism as its coalition goal. That is why you have ethnic identity politics; Obama just made a raid on the Hispanic ethnic identity by suspending the law on immigration to get their votes. He raids the Black ethnic identity regularly through his Black Racist proxies: Sharpton, Jackson, Wright, and Holder. He is not melding these ethnic identities together, he is appealing to them through naked ethnic identity pandering. He is without any doubt the most divisive president ever, and that is his re-election strategy.

Obama has taken his playbook from George Wallace.

The first time Wallace ran for governor of Alabama, he lost. What was his analysis of why he lost, and what he would do to not lose future races?

"I will never be out-niggered again."

Obama hasn't said it in so many words - at least not publicly - but his mantra is identical except for the target: "I will never be out-whiteyed."

Romney is no different in respect to his utilization of ethnic identity appeals; the only change that will occur if he is elected is that MAYBE the Black Racists who run the Just Us Department will be thrown out. But even if the next AG is not a Black Racist, the career civil service underlings that really run the department will remain, and the New Black Panther Party can rest easy placing bounties on the heads of White Whoevers, and black ghetto mobs can safely continue to target whites for brutalization.

In both cases, don't look for anything from the local or state police; as Chicago demonstrates by having more people murdered there so-far this year than have died in the Afghan War, police will no longer risk their life to confront these murderers. The city came up with a very attractive incentive program offering sizable overtime payments in order to put more LEOs on the street to confront these mobs; it drew only 60 officers.

No, they are not going to confront ghetto dwellers attacking whites, especially when the latest mob grew to more than 150 people.

And don't forget these urban gangs are organized, disciplined, ruthless - and armed - willing to die for one another. They aren't a mob; they are a quasi-military formation in training.

So what we have in America is a police-state, with an imperial presidency issuing Executive Orders, legislating through so-called selective enforcement, bringing down the full weight of prosecution through the creeping utilization of the secret National Security Court - a modern day Star Chamber specifically named for prohibition by the Constitution. But as we all know, the Constitution is no longer valid as the basis for government actions.

This political paradigm is supported by extreme ethnic identity demagogues - the Black Racists alluded to above as examples - the over-funded military and security services, the corporate criminals masquerading as respectable business leaders, and the Ultra-Rich who buy their power as the price to pay for keeping the status quo up, and uppity dissenters down.

In short, America is not fascist; it is a never-before-seen political model best labeled as a "multicultural police state."