Skip to comments.Obama Compares America to Nazi Germany
Posted on 10/28/2008 12:50:00 PM PDT by vrwc54
Overlooked in the audio tape from Barack Obama's interview on "redistributing the wealth" on WBEZ.FM in 2001 was his comparison of the US to Nazi Germany. "...just to take a, sort of a realist perspective...theres a lot of change going on outside of the Court, um, that, that judges essentially have to take judicial notice of. I mean youve got World War II, youve got uh, uh, uh, the doctrines of Nazism, that, that we are fighting against, that start looking uncomfortably similar to what we have going on, back here at home."
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Obama is the closest thing to Hilter this country will probably ever see. He is using the old, tried-and-true method of accusing his opposition (the free American Republic) of exactly what he is, and will do.
This maggot is a piece of trash.
Obama doesn’t notice the huge beam in his eye. If anyone’s akin to Nazi Germany it’s the Great One with his Youth Corps, the uniforms, eerie chanting, Obama salute, pledging loyalty to him, etc..
Yeah...I'm beginning to notice that, too. Schoolchildren signing the praises of leaders, civilian police forces with military powers...spooky.
Because of Obama, I am now a teenage racist, and proudly so!
Hannity was talking about it.
I think those that care to preserve this nation under its orginal Constitution are already aware of how bad this guy is; and the rest who welcome the ‘change’ Obama promises could care less what damaging evidence about him is uncovered.
Obama is a National Socialist
www.freerepublic.com ^ | October 27, 2008 | Kevmo
Posted on Monday, October 27, 2008 4:19:47 PM by Kevmo
This is exactly what Americans want to hear from the despot who wants to be our new "Glorious Leader"!!
The Nazis were NOT Marxists
However both have a Hegelian base...
But please, call a Marxist a Marxist.
What’s next, Barack comparing Christianity to insanity? Oh wait, he’s been working up to that for months.
The media will be hush hush about this. The only reason this guy has a chance of being elected is because the media is hiding everything that can be seen as negative against ‘That one’
Exercise caution on this, since there might be a plausible explanation. See the comment discussing “realist perspective” here:
Instead, they have the flip story about some rogue GOP group comparing Obama to Hitler in some mailings from the formerly unknown "Republican Federal Committee."
It’s a big deal to real Americans.
Sounds a lot like Durban’s attack on our military with regard to Abu Grahab.
I think this would be of great interest to the public, especially the greatest generation and their children.
The full context is unclear as the radio show is chopped into at least 4 different sections.
The clip starts by talking about court decisions like Brown vs Board of education and other that were important to the civil rights movement.
A man talks about the brutality against blacks in the
1920’s and 1930’s and mentions the “Scottsboro boys, Brown in Mississippi, Chambers in Florida.”
The man talks about how revulsion to this led to later court decisions.
Obama says something about “NAACP mounts systematic strategy to lay bare contradictions of court.” and then adds:
“just to take a, sort of a realist perspective...theres a lot of change going on outside of the Court, um, that, that judges essentially have to take judicial notice of. I mean youve got World War II, youve got uh, uh, uh, the doctrines of Nazism, that, that we are fighting against, that start looking uncomfortably similar to whats going on, back here at home.”
Then, is another clip, Obama talks about after the war ends, blacks returned to find they had less rights than they had in Europe.
Listening to Obama [Mark R. Levin]
Sean Hannity, crediting bloggers, asked a question I would like to repeat. What did Obama mean by the following statement in that 2001 audio interview? "There's a lot of change going on outside of the court. The judges have to essentially take judicial notice up, I mean you've got WW II, the doctrines of Nazism that we are fighting against that started looking uncomfortably similar to what's going on back here at home."