Monday, June 14, 2010

Obama Compares Gulf Oil Spill To 9/11 Tragedy

SIC SEMPER TYRANNIS!!!
Mark Matheny

In an interview with Politico News outlet last Friday President Obama compared the recent incident in the Gulf of Mexico to the tragic 9/11 attack of 2001. With the stern conviction of a "world government" advocate, President Obama stated
"In the same way that our view of our vulnerabilities and our foreign policy was shaped profoundly by 9/11, I think this disaster is going to shape how we think about the environment and energy for many years to come."
Or so he and many others advocating for Climate Change legislation hope. It seems that the words of Rahm Immanuel are once again in vogue with the administration, as we see an opportunity for our UN -loyal leaders to use this "crisis" to push for a Climate Change Bill in the Senate. And just in case you forgot the classic words of Rahm Immanuel during the economic crisis recently, here is what he said:
"Never let a serious crisis go to waste.. What I mean by that is, it's a good opportunity to do things you couldn't do before".
Now whether or not you believe the oil spill in the Gulf was due to negligence, or as some speculate, a contrived event -one thing is clear- and that is our current Dictator in Chief and his cronies will certainly play the "crisis" fiddle for all it's worth.

In the aftermath of 9/11, George Bush signed the Patriot Act into law under the pretense of  protecting America against terrorism, and it looks as though Obama is playing the same Problem -Reaction -Solution game in this case as well. Why else would the cleanup efforts be taking so long? Why does the daily news agencies remind us constantly of the number of days it's been since the accident first happened? And why has the White House along with BP rejected cleanup technologies that could have been on sight only days after the spill?

Well, as my school teachers taught me long ago, repitition is what causes us to learn best. By the time the next Climate Change Summit meeting comes around, the mind control media will have etched the oil spill propaganda into the minds of all the Americans, who will then call upon the White House and the global community to impose Carbon Taxes and clean air legislation for our "protection"!

Last year the House of Representatives passed a climate bill with a vote of 219 for, 212 against. Now Obama is hoping for a victory in the Senate. On May 12,Skull and Bonesman Senater John kerry, D-Mass., and Joe. Lieberman, I-Conn., introduced the 987 page "American Power Act" without their GOP colleague, Lindsey Graham of South Carolina, whose support was considered crucial for its passage.

Senator Kerry wants us to believe this devastating bill will somehow help to bolster the economy and create jobs saying in a statement on the Kerry.Senate.gov site:
The tragedy in the Gulf underscores why we need to change America’s energy future - today. We can’t afford to wait. Transitioning to new energy sources will jumpstart our economy, safeguard our national security, and protect our environment. We can reclaim our leadership of the global green economy, and stop sending a billion dollars a day overseas for our oil while we’re at it.
But according to Nicolas D. Loris of The Heritage Foundation, this bill will "wreak economic havoc" and "kill jobs". He also argues that the Kerry-Leiberman Bill will protect large corporations at the expense of consumers, with minimal effect on temperatures.

In the same article Nicolas stated:
The purpose of the bill is to drive energy prices high enough to reduce consumption. In effect, consumers would be forced to pay more for less energy. Higher energy costs would spread throughout the economy as producers try to cover their rising production costs by hiking their product prices.


Kerry-Lieberman attempts to shield the economic pain from consumers by passing two-thirds of the revenue it raises back to the consumer through energy discounts or direct rebates. Yet this clearly wouldn't compensate for all of the rising costs that occur throughout the economy, thanks to higher energy prices.

Higher prices lower consumer demand, and the lower demand prevents higher prices from completely offsetting production cost increases. As a result, businesses must cut production, cut jobs - or both.

President Obama and his Politburo know that the American people are waking up to the "Global Warming/Climate Change" lie fostered by globalists such as Al Gore and Maurice Strong (among others), so now they must resort to more fear tactics and 9/11 "type" images of catastrophic dimension in order to convince the public that carbon dioxide is a pollutant! (Tell that to the plants and see if they are convinced).

The globalists are getting nervous because, as Zbigniew Brzezsinski recently stated in a speech to his CFR cronies,
"for the first time, in all of human history, mankind is politically awakened. That's a total new reality ... it has not been so for most of human history until the last one hundred years ... and in the course of the last one hundred years, the whole world has become politically awakened. And no matter where you go, politics is a matter of social engagement, and most people know what is generally going on.."

He also stated that because of a "diversified global leadership" and a "politically awakened" people globally, their plans for a world order are becoming far more difficult to establish.

The truth, however, about the comparisons being made between the attack on September 11, of 2001 and the Gulf Oil Spill of April 20, 2010 is simply this - both of their years have 2's,0's and 1's in them - and that's about their only similarities.

4 comments:

dining room tables said...

They can be compared though. Both are devastating. Both can kill so many lives.

Anonymous said...

He's saying that both are using these events to help their presidency which makes sense to me.

Anonymous said...

Your one sick puppy and I don't mean sic. You are what's wrong with this country

Anonymous said...

I love that your response to Kerry's argument is a much longer quote from one expert who disagrees. It might be a good idea to actually flesh out an argument with data, not just a spacially biased pair of quotes that shows you aren't here to make any attempt at actually analyzing any set of data. There is a difference between making an argument and simply regurgitating bits of analysis that you agree with.

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