Prog Cult Leaders Follow Traditional Path

Because Liberal-Fascist collectivism never sleeps


Class struggle(in Marxist ideology) the conflict of interests between the workers and the ruling class in a capitalist society, regarded as inevitably violent.

"Oh [Muslim] brothers, the nation that excels in the death industry, and knows how to die a noble [death], Allah grants it a precious life in this world and eternal bliss in the Afterlife. The only weakness that shall humiliate us is the love of this world and hating death. Therefore we have prepared your souls for great action, strive for death - and life will be given to you."-- From Palwatch translation of The Muslim Brotherhood handbook.

Obama Self-H8 Now Infects Entire Nation

The New Normal pleases our Leveler-in-Chief


We get what we deserve: Four more years of lame-duck doom, gloom

A mood of economic gloom hangs over the nation as President Obama and Republican leaders scramble to strike a deficit deal that avoids automatic tax hikes and spending cuts, according to a new poll for The Hill.

The poll, conducted by Pulse Opinion Research, found nearly 6-in-10 people (59 percent) feel the country is on the wrong track. It also showed people are deeply pessimistic about their chances for future prosperity, with 54 percent saying they believe their children will be worse off as adults than their parents.

Barely a month after Obama won a second term, and even as the nation continues to make modest job gains, fewer than 1-in-3 (31 percent) say the country is on the right track.

Only 34 percent of people feel they will be better off at the end of Obama’s second term than they are right now. And just 16 percent believe a better economic future awaits their children when they grow up.
(from The Hill via weaselzippers.us)

South African Progs Stay The Course

Cronyism, corruption, labor violence, deviance add to cult-figure's prestige
South Africa's governing African National Congress voted overwhelmingly Tuesday to keep President Jacob Zuma as the head of the nation's dominant political force, more than likely guaranteeing the politician another five years in the country's presidency.

Zuma, 70, has wide support among Zulus, South Africa's largest ethnic group, as well as from a loyal cadre of government and party officials.

But many in the public have grown disenchanted with Zuma, who former President Thabo Mbeki fired as deputy president in 2005 after he was implicated in the corruption trial of close friend and financial adviser Schabir Shaik over a 1999 arms deal. Newspapers have written numerous articles recently about the millions of dollars of government-paid improvements made to Zuma's private homestead. Zuma has also faced accusations, by the media, of being unable to manage his personal finances and relying on friends and colleagues to bail him out.

Zuma has faced criticism over his sexual activity. He was put on trial on charges of raping a family friend, and acquitted, in 2006. He also outraged AIDS activists by testifying that he had unprotected, consensual sex with the HIV-positive woman and then took a shower in the belief that it would protect him from AIDS. In the time since, however, Zuma has publicized his own HIV test results and urged the nation to practice safe sex.

He and the ANC have also been criticized for strikes that overtook the nation, particularly in the mining sector, and the handling of violence at the Lonmin platinum mine in Marikana in August that saw more than 46 people killed and sparked violence and labor unrest at other mines.
(full story at cnsnews.com)

D.C. Progs Grinding Our Bones

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Woodrow Goes Galt, Ebonics, Deep Throat

On this day: December 18
President Woodrow Wilson marries Edith Bolling Galt (1915)

President Richard Nixon announces that the U.S. will engage North Vietnam in Operation Linebacker II, a series of Christmas bombings, after peace talks collapsed with North Vietnam on the 13th (1972)

The Oakland, CA school board passes a resolution officially declaring "Ebonics" a language or dialect (1996)

President Barack Obama attends a United Nations Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen

b: Joseph Stalin (1878), Robert Moses (1888), Douglas Fraser (1916), Randi Weingarten (1957); d: Alexei Kosygin (1980), W. Mark Felt (2008)

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