Many Americans might recall that just recently Newsweek Magazine published a cover with a photograph of Barack Obama with the headline: “Hit the road Barack, Why We Need A New President” inferring their opinion it was time for Obama to leave office and give Mitt Romney a shot at saving the nation from fiscal ruin. Now glance to the right and take in the pompous new portraiture of the re-elected Barack Obama. Very odd, Huh? You know it’s bad when one of the most Left leaning magazines in the nation signals it’s ready for a failed incumbent to leave. Yet in essence, what happened is that the youth and the ethnic population of the country, along with Big Hollywood, re-elected him anyway. Now there is really no way to avert a fiscal calamity.
I’ve been slowly absorbing the election results, mulling over what it means for the country’s future. As we all know, not everyone is accepting Obama’s re-election victory with accepting grace. Donald Trump was especially undone by the win. He tweeted some rather unglued comments about it which you can see here.
It took me about a day to recover from the shock of watching NBC call the election for Obama before all the votes had even been counted in eight states. Watching the NBC TV anchors act as Obama cheerleaders during the moments right before they called the election was bizarre, discomforting.I was reminded of what I have told readers repeatedly during the last four years. We don’t really have a “free press” in the United States. We have the “mock appearance of a free press” which is, in fact, directly connected to the CFR, the Bilderberg group and the policy mandates of the White House.
This was never made so apparent as it was during the two hours before NBC called the election for Barack Obama. Some states were placed in the Obama ‘win’ column while the vote counts still read “0.02% of votes counted.” Others were assigned to Obama while voting was still a dead heat. In several instances a state was called for Obama while the voting tally was only 20 or 30% of votes counted. When NBC called the election for Obama, Ohio’s votes were yet to all be counted, more than 25% of the votes in California had not been counted, Florida was still in play, Virginia was still in play, Colorado was still in play.
Essentially the election was called for Obama while more than 30% of the nation’s votes were yet to be counted. That doesn’t exactly seem like a fair way to determine who won. Beverly Harris of Blackboxvoting.com has stated repeatedly in her research that it is technically impossible for all votes to be tallied within five or ten minutes of precincts closing, no matter which state it is. It always takes from 30 to 45 minutes for the final count to be finished.
Yet within 3 to 4 minutes of state precincts closing as the night went on, winners were announced live on air by NBC anchor Brian Williams and his pundits. It was almost as if they were putting on a convincing and very glamorous show of pretending to count the votes. It was all happening very fast. I couldn’t understand how votes could be tallied in state after state within minutes of precincts closing, then called, but that’s what was happening. It all had the appearance of a very shiny well oiled machine, down to the USA map on the NYC ice skating rink with the towering flame red and electric blue electoral vote tower flanking the well lit golden “fallen angel” statue positioned dead center of the TV screen. If this was not pure political theatre then I am stone blind.
It went on like this, in plain view while I grappled with the “clockwork precision” by NBC in stacking up the electoral vote counts for about 2-3 hours on the west coast before NBC called the election for Obama shortly after 11 pm. I was sitting in my living room looking at a map of the US which showed that the entire heartland of the nation had voted for Mitt Romney in one huge red block, excepting only Colorado and New Mexico. I pondered what it could possibly mean for the future of the United States that the will of the people who live in it’s heartland, who grow corn and wheat for the entire world, who have raised their families by Christian principles since their ancestors rolled across the prairies over a hundred and fifty years ago, had once again been completely ignored in a presidential election.
I am also pondering what it might mean for America further down the road that our youth and Latino vote now swings entire presidential elections to the Left. I wondered how many of those Latino voters might have been illegals. It dawned on me that allowing the US southern border to remain wide open for four more years under Obama’s first term had possibly been part of a larger a strategy for re-election, not mere D.C. federal border neglect. The Obama White House had wanted and needed all those millions of illegals to stream into the country to help swing the 2012 vote. His demographic bean counters would have known that. And that is exactly what happened. Is that why Obama never confronted immigration reform during his first term? He would have needed a wide open southern border with 10,000 illegals coming in each week to help stack the 2012 re-election deck in his favor. I’m speculating here, but if this is true it’s a really sad, very dreary aha moment.
The men and women whose ancestors literally sweated and strained and lived and died on the prairies of the nation’s midsection, predominantly white families of European descent who carved out farms and ranches from raw buffalo grassland in the early 1800s, are losing the majority control of their own country. It’s no longer a speculative theory. It is now a demographic fact. Maybe it’s just me, but I really feel that it cannot bode well for the future of the nation when the descendants of those who founded it lose political and demographic control of the land their ancestors civilized from virgin prairie.
Many would argue that the only constant is CHANGE. But there are certain directions that unforeseen demographic CHANGE can take which threaten the literal sovereign foundations of a nation. An examination of what is happening to parts of Europe due to overwhelming sudden masses of new immigrants might give Americans a hint of what could happen here. In fact, in my opinion, it’s already happening.
In the current political atmosphere in the U.S. any individual who speaks out in support of the leadership of the white middle class is reviled for being a racist. I am well aware of that fact. I’m part native American but my white European ancestry is important to me and it connects me to 65% of other Americans whose ancestors literally helped to build the nation 150 years ago. Their voices matter greatly, but their voices are not being heard. They are being drowned out by the voices of other Americans who are either recent immigrants or they are too young to realize that the the policies and theories of the Far Left – when allowed to run their full course to the bitter end – have historically brought great nations to utter ruin. History has shown this to be true time and again. One really has to look no further than the Fall of Rome for a case-in-point snapshot.
If the UN wanted to tacitly break the back of Christian middle America in order to prepare the “new American demography” for merger into the coming global superstate, this election victory would be another incremental step toward that goal. Loss of US national sovereignty is NOT the will of the white Christian middle class. I feel I can make that statement with a fair amount of confidence. I look around. I listen. I follow my own deep gut. That’s not where middle America wants to go. But if the Far Left half of the nation tries to drag the whole country down that road toward US dissolution and eventual merger with the UN, civil war will be the inevitable result. That’s not a hard call to make. It’s a no brainer. I don’t want to see it come to that.
That’s why I write. I write in the hopes of talking sense to the young and the clueless on the Left who don’t know better, who are dazzled daily by all the shiny toys of social media, TV social engineering PSY-OPS and pseudo-political make believe. The young American Left and the Latino community needs to awaken to the extent that they are being played in all of this to bend the nation toward an eventual UN merger and loss of US constitutional sovereignty. It cannot be allowed to happen. That, more than anything else, is why I write.
I was praying on election night and I asked the Holy Spirit to reveal to me what Tuesday’s election results would foretell for the country. I saw, what in effect, appeared to be a 1 1/2 year period of “false economic recovery and prosperity” beginning in 2013 and extending to the first half of 2014, where renewed deficit spending pours more than 4.3 trillion new dollars into the US economy, as Obama’s fiscal spend-a-thon continues into his second term. By the summer of 2014 the horrendous karma of all this rebounds onto the nation and the bill comes due. Fiscal hyper-inflation of the US dollar ensues. The US economy all but collapses, depending on what one’s definition of “collapse” is. The 4.3 trillion in renewed federal spending would buy the nation another year and a half of false hope and change, then it goes to pieces as the debt crushes the nation into a German style era of collapsing currency worth and skyrocketing prices. Two days later I saw this eerily prophetic blog post:
A close family friend, an employer, has already told me that in order for his business to survive during the next four years, he will have to cut back his employees’ hours and decline to give his staff the annual pay raise they usually get once a year. I was still absorbing his announcement when I saw this headline this morning from another blogger. [See below.] I am still surveying collected videos and headlines about reactions to the Obama win, along with related news, so this post will be updated all week:
Obama Supporters Celebrate Election Victory: “No More Israel… Fuck That Shit, Kill Those Mother Fuckers”
‘Maybe he will get assassinated this term!’ Woman, 22, fired and reported to Secret Service after Facebook threat to Obama
- Demographics make the difference (firstread.nbcnews.com)
- Aftermath: Lessons from the 2012 Election (trinityspeaks.wordpress.com)
- A Bright Blue Day Approaches. (thompsonstoptips.wordpress.com)
- What conservative surprise about Obama’s re-election says about conservatives (matthewtuininga.wordpress.com)
- Last Night’s Election and Demographics (surfer53.wordpress.com)
- First Thoughts: Obama’s demographic edge (firstread.nbcnews.com)
- The Demographics of the 2012 Vote (learning.blogs.nytimes.com)
- Hurricane Sandy may have cost Obama 800,000 votes (firstread.nbcnews.com)
- Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) Blames Possible Romney Election Loss on Demographics (themoderatevoice.com)
- Florida’s results in presidential election still up in the air (jacksonville.com)