Fool me once, shame on you; fool me twice, shame on me

August 28, 2012 in Uncategorized

Barack Hussei’sn Obama’s first mentor, who he described as “Frank” in his autobiography Dreams from My Father was an avowed Communist and was  suspected of being a Russian spy. Trevor Loudon, a political journalist  and researcher identified “Frank” as  Frank Marshall Davis who Obama’s Progressive Propagandists  are portraying as an “American journalist, poet, and political and labor movement activist.” In fact, Frank Marshall Davis’s poetry praised the Russian Communist butcher, Stalin. Obma’s confident in the White House, Valerie Jarett’s grandfather was a leader in the American Peace Mobilization  Movement, a Soviet front group. Do the research yourself by reading Trevor Loudon’s book, Barack Obama and the Enemies Within and Paul Kengor’s, The Comunist.  There is an old proverb that declares, “Show Me your Friends  and I will Tell you who You Are.” If we use this criterion for Barack Hussein Obama, we immediately come to the same conclusion as Michael Savage. We need to educate our Independent family and friend voters to this creeping  Soviet-style  repression before it is too late.


Larry Grathwohl interview about William Ayers, another Obama Mentor:


“We’re seeing the beginning of Soviet-style repression here in the U.S.’

Welcome to The Michael Savage Newsletter, your daily insider report on all things “Savage.” In today’s issue: Savage was outraged when he learned that Marine veteran Brandon J. Raub had been detained for psychiatric evaluation after posting anti-Obama messages on his Facebook page. “Are we living in the USA or in the USSR?” Savage wondered, warning that these sorts of arrests were commonplace in the former Soviet Union.

“Ask any Russian who lived in the Soviet Union,” Michael Savage continued, “and you’ll find that President Obama is doing exactly what occurred in the early days of Stalinism.” Those people lived behind an iron curtain. Everything they knew, all the information they received about the world, came to them from the government. The average Soviet had no idea what kind of lives people were leading outside the USSR They didn’t even know there were tomatoes in Western grocery stores; such “luxuries” weren’t available to them. They were living with very little but were told they were living with a lot, and their lives were wonderful thanks to socialism. Soviet people had no idea what reality actually was. Meanwhile, here in America through the late 1950s, liberal newspapers ignored and buried stories about work camps and prison camps in the U.S.S.R. The truth is, more than 20 million people who were accused of opposing centralized government were worked to death or executed in the Soviet Union. Now we are seeing the beginning of this in the United States of America. If the U.S. government can snatch a Marine off the streets simply for posting anti-government feelings on Facebook, then we’re living in the old Soviet Union.