Yep he said that.
Barrack Obama also said prior to the 2008 election,
"...I want you to argue with [your friends and neighbors], I want you to get in their face."HYPOCRISY ALERT: WHAT'S GOOD FOR THE GOOSE WILL KILL THE GANDER!
In Jem Berkes, 2000 critique of George Orwell's 1984, Berkes writes,
"...like many other literary scholars, is [Orwell] interested in the modern use of the English language and, in particular, the abuse and misuse of English. He realizes that language has the power in politics to mask the truth and mislead the public, and he wishes to increase public awareness of this power. He accomplishes this by placing a great focus on Newspeak and the media in his novel Nineteen Eighty-Four. Demonstrating the repeated abuse of language by the government and by the media in his novel, Orwell shows how language can be used politically to deceive and manipulate people, leading to a society in which the people unquestioningly obey their government and mindlessly accept all propaganda as reality. Language becomes a mind-control tool, with the ultimate goal being the destruction of will and imagination. As John Wain says in his essay, “[Orwell’s] vision of 1984 does not include extinction weapons . . . He is not interested in extinction weapons because, fundamentally, they do not frighten him as much as spiritual ones”
Case in point is being demonstrated in the 2016 Presidential race. It's OK for Obama to use such rhetoric during an election to intimidate and disrupt, while Trump never asked for these protesters to attend in the first place. They alone are responsible for their actions. Anyone see the irony there? Today however, the news is not so much about how the usual suspects control the language, rather how one candidate in particular has shinned more light upon this than any other, Donald J. Trump. In fact many would say he has done so with innate accuracy within the acumen. The use of language to control entire society's, dates back to Aristotle and beyond.
"The ultimate tool of control." M. Ashraf Bhat PhDSo there is nothing surprising here when anti-Trump supporters crash peaceful Trump rallies to thwart free speech. Yeah, no irony there. The usual suspects controlling the political narrative are the left and right wing of the same bird. When you realize that, things not only get put into perspective, but everything becomes simplified. The left wing demeans, ridicules, name calls and slanders, while the right wing calls foul, (or should I say fowl) and falls under the weight of the left wings disparaging language. (They can always be counted on to back down) The left wing shouts words like, "racists, homophobes, Nazi, misogynists, uneducated, cruel!" While the right wing exclaims, 'uh... no we're not! Uh...let us explain!" My oh my how the passive aggressive child in the dysfunctional relationship has his or her own kind of special power. Both wings of the same bird have played a role in American politics for more than two decades, and their arrangement has been symbiotic to say the least, each benefiting the other by controlling the interests of the donor class. This would explain why those who have sought to control it are willing to do anything or say anything in order to regain possession of the language. But who has stolen it from them? Trump. Trump relentlessly shines a mirror in their faces, and the reaction is rich in the face of the type of human amoeba which dwells upon the bottom rung of Maslows Hierarchy in terms of emotional and mental development. You want to piss off an emotionally immature cretin? Hand them a mirror. Their own self loathing is fire to the gasoline, and all Trump has done is light the proverbial match. "Feel THAT Bern?" Bern baby Bern!
On The Left
- Black Lives Matter
- Occupy Wallstreet (Soros)
- Bill Ayers
- Rachel Maddow
- MSNBC (to name a few)
On The Right
- Megyn Kelly
- Rupert Murdoch
- Bill O'Reilly
- Rush Limbaugh
- Mitt Romney
- Fox News to name a few
"The establishment is not afraid Trump can't beat Hillary. The establishment is afraid that he can."
What the complicit media fails to understand (or at a minimum fails to report) is that Trump supporters fall under two categories, when it comes to Mr. Trumps language.
- The we want him Louder group and the
- "OK that was loud, and uh... it's not "Presidential" but thank God" group.
Both schools of Trump are highly educated folks. They have taken political correctness beatings for decades. They have been told which side of the isle they're supposed to stand on for decades despite the fact that in reality they're a little bit of both. They've been told however, that if they believe this or if they believe that, then they belong here or they belong there. They have taken hit after hit from both wings of a bird whose agenda is clearly not in the best interest of its people. The ramifications of this polarizing agenda is mentioned at every single one of Trumps rally's, exposing the corruption for what it is. Trump is basically shinning light on the vampires, and what you hear are their screams as they watch everything they've worked for, (or in the case of the Bernie supports - not worked for) die. Both schools of Trumps rhetoric, realize the inter-relationship between those who dish it out and those who take it, through happenstance themselves are complicit in this group think by having their voices stripped from them. Hence, a popular unofficial theme song at Trump rallies is by one of the Twisted Sisters in this dysfuncitional familial relationship, "We're not going to take it" anymore.
Donald J. Trump is like sunlight to vampires, and the reaction you see already from the leftist organizations disrupting Trump rally's, by performing an assist to their friends on the right, a mere shot over the bow, as an attempt to reinstate the power of the peoples voice with the establishment who controls it. It's merely an attempt to silence the voice of "We The People." For the first time the adults in the room have said to the spoiled little children and their enablers, "ya know what? No. You can't have a cookie before your dinner."
It's time to wash the bugs out of your hair, and take a bath. It's time to produce. If you're here illegally you have to go. "We either have a country or we don't."
Winning is OK. It's OK to win. Participation trophy's are stupid. It's not OK to kill babies Carte Blanche, but women's health issues are important. We're not stupid enough to think that one minus the other negates the other. Only you're stupid enough to suggest it.
I digress. Where was I. Oh yeah. Donald Trump gave American's their voice back. Oddly enough, those American's who support him are not all identifying themselves as "Conservative or Democrat." Those who still attempt to control the language however, quite shockingly continue to do so on the cable networks.
"Trump is swaying blue collar democrats" "Trump is swaying independents." "Trump has 68% of the Latino vote in Florida!" "Trump is winning with Evangelicals."No. Trump is winning with Americans.
Still the left wing and the right wing converge. No more evident than in the reporting from our friends at The Conservative Treehouse, (shout out to a group of great Americans) who recently reported on the members of both parties who met behind closed doors in Sea Island Georgia the other day.
"The odds of so many far-left members of the elite billionaire class meeting with Karl Rove inc. for anything less than a strategy session would be obtuse in the extreme.
|Lyin' Ted CRUZe|
- Ted said recently, of the Trump rally protesters, that "Trump is to blame." Ted the "Constitutionalist" not only seems to forget about the 1st amendment rights of those gathering peacefully at the rally, but by making the statement that Trump is to blame for the actions of the protesters, he aligns himself with the following establishment cretins and minions; Megyn Kelly, Rachel Maddow, MoveOn.Org, Black Lives Matter, F**k The Police, Occupy Wall Street and professional Anarchists. Granted for political gain. That justify's it right Cruzbots? It's OK to align yourself with them, but it wasn't OK for Trump to line the pockets of politicians on both sides of the isle to call in favors as a businessman. Some might call what Trump did in that regard participation in being extorted by those politicians, but what's Ted's excuse?
- By calling Trump supporters "low information" and "not engaged," he's aligning himself with the before mentioned establishment purveyors. (Hang in there, it gets better. I promise, I'm leading with the low lying fruit)
- As vice chair of the National Republican Senatorial Committee, Ted conspired with Mitch McConnell and the rest of the establishment, to overturn the will of the people in Mississippi, to railroad movement candidate Chris McDaniel, for establishment incumbent pick Thad Cochran. The committee held a run off vote, after which ran negative race baited campaign ads to overturn the election in Mississippi and thus award the election to Cochran. Ironically the same dirty politics being batted about as an option in the current Presidential race. And who will be their poster child should the establishment try and contest and or broker the convention should Trump get the most votes but fall short of the 1237? You guessed it. According to (I can't keep my big mouth shut Lindsey Graham) "we might have to vote for Cruz if Trump gets the most votes." Cruz is obviously trying to distance himself from this. You can read about that here. Once Lindsey let the cat out of the bag however, MSNBC has made it somewhat a mantra. "The Republican's might have to hold their nose and vote for Ted CRUZe." Really?
- Rachel Maddow and Rush Limbaugh.
- Megyn Kelly and Chris Matthews
- Hannity and Geraldo
- Krauthammer and Whoopie
- Dogs making love to cats
- The cheetah comingling with the gazelle! (in the biblical sense)
Sorry... I had a moment there. The point is, that EVERYONE is saying CRUZe is not establishment in an environment where the only other place they can agree is that Trump has to go! Anyone? Nothing? Really? Yeah... you're right. Mere coincidence. What was I thinking? They agree on it because it's true... yeah... that's it. I'd best proceed.
- Increasing taxes or ignoring tax cuts
- Crony corporate favors with tax payer money
- Long standing defense of Common Core in Education
- Marriage to private sector unions and big labor to the detriment of jobs
- The advancement of Obamacare in implementation and support
" What makes the list of policy disasters above even more intolerable to so many Ohio Republicans and conservatives is that Kasich ran for Governor as someone else. He looked us in the eye, often one on one, and promised to be different than the Democrats, but we got just the opposite – more spending, more government dependents and the same union protection we get with Democrats"
That's right governor "you advanced Obamacare in Ohio, turning over 600,000 healthy, working age adults into government dependents, costing taxpayers billions of dollars and expanding the largest long term obligation in Ohio history – all against the will of the Republican controlled Ohio House and Senate.
Bottom line here folks. Kasich is mathematically out of this race. So why is he staying in it? I would direct your attention to our friends at the treehouse on that one again. They called this delegate / splitter strategy prior to the election! Sundance totally pegged it. (hat tip #2)
Now let's talk about Marco Rubio. Ready?
There. Covered. Enough said about little Marco. He's done he's out he's... gone? He only suspended his election. Gee... doens't that mean he can "give" his electoral votes to someone at the convention? Oh my.... Oh my... 1237 folks. 1237. It's in your hands.
This takes me back to Trump. "They" say "he stoops to name calling." "He goes on the offensive and offends people in the process!" "He doubles down on his loud and obnoxious rhetoric!" "Trump has really polarized the American political landscape." Yeah that's right. Not Obama. Obama hasn't polarized or divided the country at all! Noooo... "It's that Trump guy! It's not the mainstream media on the left and the right!" Trump and Trump alone should scare Americans back into their homes where they can live in fear.
When you pull back the curtain, as Trump has done, you expose them all. You see the reality is the protesters at the Trump rallies are the same idiots responsible for burning down entire city blocks, disrupting commerce, and not contributing to society but rather taking from it. They are the true dividers by their very nature, because they are bought by people like Soros and Ayers. No hypocrisy there right?
Well we want our country back. We want it to be "great again." We want our voice back. We not only want to take back control of the language from those whom use it to force an agenda backed by globalists hell bent on destroying us, and who have no intention on paying back a debt to our children and grand children. They rather we implode. We rather they not get their way. There's only one candidate who is self-funding his own campaign, and therefore there is only one candidate that is a threat to the way in which "business as usual" exists in Washington and abroad. Saudi's are making $1 billion dollars per day. Countries like China are devaluing their dollar to abuse the United States economy like a red headed step child. So am I upset when Trump says something others deem inappropriate? Trump supporters, unlike any other Presidential candidate supporter realize everyone else is part of the establishment. If they take Trump out of the equation it's over. There is no "vote for this guy because he's not Hillary," or "vote for that guy because he's the least of two evils." The left wing and the right wing belong to the same bird. When you admit this to be FACT, then your vote is Trump, whether you like him "personally" or not.