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July 25, 2011



Bobby J,

Other than describing communism and asking why liberals would vote for it..., what's yer point?

It's socialism that the liberals are seeking.

Bobby J.

Here are some quotations from ABB's "Manifesto" that shed additional light on his political philosophy:

" (We should) decrease global consummation through implementing protectionist policies. The future cultural conservative European Federation (Europe w/Russia, US, Canada, Australia, NZ will introduce significantly higher import taxes which will significantly give European producers the profitability they need to re-build their industries and to remain economically

"All globalist companies will be nationalised (a minimum of 50,1% ownership must be redistributed
to EF governments hands (combined) at any given time, for their respective countries). Investors with majority control who refuse this re nationalisation process will have their respective corporation expelled from the European Federation monetary zone".

"Phase out diesel/benzin vehicles (and thus end our dependency on Muslim oil) and focus on
commercialising electric cars/battery cells. This will be a lot more significant problem in the
US due to their decentralised infrastructure but much easier in Europe."

"Studies have indicated that as a conflict progresses and develops (civil war etc) and the masses flock to gold this development contributes to a downturn in national economies."

"Great Britain and Scandinavia, which left the gold standard in 1931, recovered much earlier than France and Belgium, which remained on gold much longer. Countries such as China, which had a silver standard, almost avoided the depression entirely. The connection between leaving the gold standard as a strong predictor of that country's severity of its depression and the length of time of its recovery has been shown to be consistent for dozens of countries, including developing countries."

"...a welfare state will work perfectly well intertwined with capitalistic doctrines as long as the country is monocultural/the social cohesion level is at an acceptable level. A welfare state would never work in the US due to the lack of social cohesion, because they have large minority groups who are allowed parallel cultures, norms and ethics."

"Blindly opposing welfare is an American neo-Con doctrine and has nothing to do with nationalism. There are certain aspects of modern civilisation and common decency which require degrees of state welfare. It is the way it is legislated and managed which is crucial."

"...the US model is an extreme variant, almost resembling a pure laissez faire model. 83 percent of all U.S. stocks are now in the hands of 1 percent of the people. 66 percent of the income growth between 2001 and 2007 went to the top 1% of all Americans. The top 10 percent of Americans
now earn around 50 percent of the national income"

"While capitalistic principles should be protected, it should be somewhat regulated so that it benefits other members of the tribe (Scandinavian light model)."

In a word, how the guy who favors protectionism, nationalization of all corporations, welfare state, paper money and central banking, "environmental" government spending and attacks the American laissez-faire could have anything to do with the ideas of Mises Institute, or for that matter, any libertarian or classical liberal organization?


You sure are gullible, Greeleygirl. I should advertise on the station you listen to.


Heard on the radio tonight that Obama, speaking to LA RAZA, said he just might give amnesty to twenty MILLION aliens himself. Who died and left him King?


Near as I can tell this guy did not kill in Jesus' name (now that would be an oxymoron, wouldn't it?).

I expect the media to exploit ANY opportunity to portray "radical Christians" as terrorists. I do suppose it's possible, but Sam is right. Muslims murder and terrorize EVERY day, in the name of their god.

My thoughts and prayers go out to those who lost loved ones, in this heinous, unconscionable attack.

Part of the catalyst of revolution in the USA will be staged acts of terrorism by "radical Christians", by the left, after violence spills over into the USA from Mexico. The basis will be economic, combined with severely compromising our 2nd Amendment.


Sam, are you the ultimate judge as to who is Christian and who is Muslim? If they are terrorists, they cannot be a true Christian and a Muslim? If the terrorist is a self-proclaimed Christian, who has "received Jesus as his personal savior," then what is he?

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