Monday, October 19, 2009

Chairman Mao: Mass Murderer

Mao Tse Tung, a man (monster) that seems to be greatly admired by members of the Obama Administration. If this is true, then we as a nation are in big trouble. In order to show people how these Marxist sycophants that Obama surrounds himself with are a serious threat to the country, we must have some background on Chairman Mao.
Mao Tse Tung was born on December 26, 1893 in Hunan Province Southern China and grew up in the city of Shaoshan. He took part in the 1911 Revolution, joining a Hunan Militia regiment on the side of the revolutionaries, helping to topple the Qing Dynasty. Mao then left the militia regiment and returned to school. He graduated from the First Provincial Normal School of Hunan in 1918, studying under Professor ( and future father-in-law ) Yang Changji. He also studied at Peking University, and at a college in Shanghai. It was during his sojourn in Shanghai that he was introduced to Communist teachings and philosophies. He attended the first session of the National Congress of the Communist Party of China on July 23, 1921 when he was 27 years old. From 1931 to 1934 Mao established the Soviet Republic of China in the mountainous areas of Jiangxi, where his authoritative domination was challenged by the Jiangxi branch of the Communist Party of China and military officers. Mao reacted by accusing these opponents of kulakism and opportunism and began to systematically suppress them. Under Mao's orders, horrible forms of torture and killing were carried out against these people. (Previews of things to come, on a far larger scale.) Mao fought against the Japanese during World War II, on the side of, grudgingly, the Nationalist Kuomintang (KMT). Eventually, after the defeat of the Japanese and due to a series of military and diplomatic blunders on the part of the KMT and the United States, Mao Tse Tung gained control of Mainland China on December 10, 1949 after forcing the Nationalists led by Chiang Kai-shek to evacuate offshore to the island of Formosa (Taiwan).
The Mass Murders
Chairman Mao established the People's Republic of China in October, 1949.
From 1958 to 1961, Mao initiated the Great Leap Forward, the nationalization of industry and agriculture in China. Peasants were forced to produce iron and steel in backyard furnaces in an attempt to increase China's steel output. Farmland was confiscated and turned over to the Communist government to use as they saw fit. It is estimated that 30 million people were killed because of this insane policy of collectivization, with many deaths due to starvation and murder by the Communist revolutionaries, known as the Red Guard.
In August, 1966 Chairman Mao began the Cultural Revolution to reform the economics, education and politics of Communist China. Millions more people were murdered by yet another insane series of policies insitigated by Mao.
I find it amazing that anyone born and raised in the United States could admire someone like  Mao. Imagine if some Republican or Conservative publicly stated their admiration for Adolf Hitler. The Left would scream and turn cartwheels and said Conservative would never see elected  or appointed office for the rest of his life, and with good reason because Hitler was a butcher just like Mao. BUT, why is it seemingly acceptable for the Left to admire Mao, or Josef Stalin, or Che Guevara? Why is it that nobody bats an eye when Anita Dunn, the Obama White House's communications director, openly expresses her admiration for Chairman Mao to a group of high school students? The minions of Obama's inner circle seem to admire Communist mass murderers. The question is, why do they admire any mass murderers, Communist or otherwise? Why do they seem to think the teachings and policies of such people as Mao or Stalin should be implemented here in the United States of America? Do they really think Left wing butchers are somehow superior to Right wing butchers?

Sunday, October 18, 2009

Cap & Trade Will Ruin the U.S. Economy

The Cap & Trade bill being considered by Congress will destroy American sovereignty and subjugate us to the whims of the United Nations. If you think there's too much Made in China junk being sold in this country now, you ain't seen nothing yet if this abominable piece of legislation passes. There will be almost no manufacturing in the United States whatsoever if Cap & Trade passes. If you don't believe me click on the links below  and see for yourself:

YouTube - Is Obama Poised to Cede US Sovereignty?

What will cap and trade mean for American consumers? « Wintery Knight

Sarah Palin - A 'Cap and Tax' Road to Economic Disaster -

Martin Feldstein - The Folly of Unilateral Cap-and-Trade -

God Bless Lord Christopher Monckton for having the balls to speak up about this legislation. Too bad nobody in a position of power in the United States will do the same.

Friday, October 16, 2009

Barack Obama: The Real Illegitimate President

I recently received an email that dealt with Obama being born in the United States. I'm not going to spend a lot of time writing a post on whether or not Obama is a natural born American citizen. Instead, I'm going to put in some links to sites to show you that he may not be a natural-born citizen of the United States. Please copy and paste these links into your search engine and see for yourself and draw your own conclusions.

Then tell me if you think he's a legitimate president. At least we know without a doubt George W. Bush was born in the United States.

Monday, October 12, 2009

Christopher Columbus: The One Who Stayed

Today is Columbus Day, a day that should not even be celebrated according to the politically correct multicultural crowd in this country. 517 years ago Christopher Columbus landed at an island in the Caribbean known as Guanahani by it's native population then dubbed San Salvador by Columbus. This island was inhabited by a group of people known as the Arawaks and were described as a peaceful people by the Spanish explorers. The Arawaks were often raided and enslaved by a tribe known as the Caribs, who were an aggressive tribe known to practice cannibalism. Columbus noted that the Arawaks were ill-prepared for conflict of any type and remarked, "With 50 men I could conquer the whole of them and govern them as I please." One of Columbus' search parties on the archipelago of Guadeloupe made the gruesome discovery of Carib cannibalism described as, "Large cuts and joints of human flesh, hung up in houses as if curing for provisions; human body parts being roasted over fires." The stench of dead bodies was everywhere, horrifying and sickening Columbus' men. Columbus wrote in his personal journal that he found, "Caponized young Arawak boys being fattened for the griddle, captured girls were used mainly to produce babies, which the Caribs regarded as a particularly toothsome morsel." So much for the romanticizing of Indian life. In this politically correct, multicultural world we live in, it's become fashionable to bash Christopher Columbus because he supposedly enslaved and brought genocide to the New World, along with diseases and plagues. (What about how syphilis was brought to Europe from the New World?) The indigenous tribes were living a pristine island existence at peace with each other and in harmony with nature with not a care in the world until the evil Columbus conquered them and deliberately spread disease and committed genocide. (Caribs literally feasting on the Arawaks and another tribe known as the Ciboney, sounds like they were living in peace and harmony with each other and nature to me.) We all know that the Vikings were the first Europeans to find America long before Columbus, but Columbus was the first to bring the New World to the attention of all Europe, and the first to initiate widespread contact between indigenous Americans and Europeans. Historian Martin Dugard has said, "Columbus' claim to fame isn't that he got there first, it's that he stayed." For these reasons, Columbus should be praised, not vilified because if not for Christopher Columbus, many of us would not be here today. October 12, 1492 is a date that should be celebrated, not mourned.