Comments on: Tea Parties, Wiki-Leakers, Libertarians & Student Uprisings Life is tacky. Deal with it! Sat, 05 Jul 2014 06:24:00 +0000 hourly 1 By: Carpenter Sat, 11 Dec 2010 06:40:42 +0000 Yes the Tea People are scary but they will not succeed. It’s flat out impossible.

The Jews in pre-war Germany represented less than 1 percent of the country’s total population. Hispanics today make up about 1/5 of the US population. They are also the fastest growing ethnic group in America and in 20 years they will literally control the elections in the USA. The Liberal-tar-ians have started a War they have not the ‘numbers’ to win.

And then there is the repulsive factor. Libertarians are just bad people with bad attitudes and bad manners and bad information and bad representatives. They use Goebbels like propaganda to achieve their goals (tell a lie often enough it will become true) and they are usually arrogant obnoxious little twits that deliberately irritate people into listening to them.

So they will never have a big enough following to do any real permanent damage. I think of them as a form of Political Herpes. Sooner or later the disease will go away.

By: SJ Reidhead Sat, 11 Dec 2010 05:11:40 +0000 That is what terrifies me about them.


By: Carpenter Sat, 11 Dec 2010 04:03:44 +0000 1. Why is there a Tea Party?
2. Why are there Wiki-Leaks? and
3. Why is there the ‘need’ for Student Uprisings?

1. The Tea Party is perceived to be ‘needed’ because of Republican incompetence (or so the PaulBots would claim), to counteract the stupid Policies of Bush (the dummy with degrees form Yale and Harvard Business School) and to normalize Libertarianism so they can get more than 1/10 of 1% in the next National election.

2. There are Wiki-Leaks because a Libertarian (a private in the US Military) gave the stolen Spy data to another Libertarian (Julian Assange) who then put the Spy documents on the Internet hoping that he would not be charged with ESPIONAGE.

3. And we have student uprisings because students are effected (and infected) by LIBERTARIAN PROPAGANDA that is designed to instill hatred against the Republican Party while the instigators are trying to takeover the Republican Party.

Basically what they (the Libertarians) are doing the same thing that the German Nationalists did to the German Workers’ Party (in 1918) and we all know how that worked out in the end don’t we!!

A little History:
A very small group of radical German nationalists infected an entire generation of young german people in the 1920′s. They did this by preaching hatred for both the Communist Left and the Right wing. They moved in and took over. The end result was a NEW POLITICAL movement that ‘LIBERATED’ Germany from the tyranny of the norm. Do you see a parallel?

Of course their overall goals were different than the Libertarian-ists we see today (expulsion of Mexicans as compared to extinction of the Jews) but the propaganda methods they use are very very very similar.

WHY is all of this happening?
Its the Libertarianism, stupid!

By: jose maria Sat, 11 Dec 2010 03:22:40 +0000 Sometimes I wonder if the Tea Party is becoming the modern Jacobin Party. The term Jacobin has been used to describe extremists in any party that demands ideological purity.

By: SJ Reidhead Sat, 11 Dec 2010 00:31:31 +0000 The historically ignorant don’t even comprehend this. It is terrifying. I think we are living in terrifying times due to the lack of reason and rational discourse.


By: jose maria Fri, 10 Dec 2010 22:17:09 +0000 P.S. A popular slogan during the French Revolution was “Les aristocrates a la lanterne!” It was from a song, Ah! Ca Ira. It caused violent reactions and people were lynched on the lamp posts.

By: jose maria Fri, 10 Dec 2010 21:30:53 +0000 I am sorry about the Holy Thorn Tree at Glastonbury. I have been there and it is a lovely site. It is also frightening that protesting students, attacking the limo of Prince Charles and his wife, shouted, “Off with their heads!” That is too reminiscent of the French Revolution. Next they will be shouting, “A la Lantern!”( They hung up aristocrats on the street lights.) My family went through that. I am a direct descendant of Jean Joseph de Rastel, Marquis de Rocheblave, Seigneur de Savournon. He faithfully served King Louis XV and was from Savournon, diocese of Gap in Dauphine. The revolution was a terrible calamity, a cycle of violence, where they destroyed their own. The Tea Partiers have not set up Madame Guillotine, but nevertheless they are destroying people with their lies and hate. Their targets are some of the best people. It reminds me of what Madame Roland, a French gentlewoman, said just before she was beheaded, “O Liberte, que crimes on commet en ton nom!” (O Liberty, what crimes are committed in thy name!)