That's the whole idea. He's not an American. He's a Third World revolutionary in the tradition of Che Guevara and Castro. The idea is to make America into a Third World country, using Alinskyite tactics, and then to merge that socialist state with the UN and the New World Order against any remaining opposition. When the US is completely taken over as a Third World dictatorship, it's over. No more Christian Western civilization, freedom, free way of life, constitutional rights, etc. Kiss it all goodbye. You will have a socialist globalist police state driven by a semi-illiterate Third World underclass, indentured to the welfare state, ready to riot if they don't get their way. East LA with high-surveillance security cameras, computerized profiling, dumbed-down mass education and infotainment, cradle-to-grave welfare state, through-the-roof tax system leaving only the top of the elite able to own property of any substance, with an intolerable criminal subculture just about everywhere else outside of gated communities.
A banana republic with its own utopian messiah and bread&circuses mass culture ("American Idol" for the mortgaged, disinherited, and dumbed-down masses). Anyone who questions it or who points out the secret society conspiracies imposing such an Orwellian social order or who reminds others that the Constitution does not authorize such a socialist tyranny will be branded a right-wing extremist or terrorist. And added to a profiling database administered by nerdy neurotic liberals with sexual issues, of limited education and intelligence.
The New New Deal By Charles R. Kesler
Adapted from a lecture delivered at Hillsdale College on February 1, 2010, during a four-day conference on The New Deal, co-sponsored by the Center for Constructive Alternatives and the Ludwig von Mises Lecture Series.
EXCERPT Unlike most Americans, President Obama still bristles at any suggestion that our nation is better or even luckier than other nations. To be blunt, he despises the notion that Americans consider themselves special among the peoples of the world. This strikes him as the worst sort of ignorance and ethnocentrism, which is why it was so difficult for him to decide to wear an American flag lapel pin when he started running for president, even though he knew it was political
suicide to refuse wearing it.
As President Obama hinted in his Berlin speech during the campaign, he really thinks of himself as a multiculturalist, as a citizen of the world, first, and only incidentally as an American. To put it differently, he regards patriotism as morally and intellectually inferior to cosmopolitanism.
And, of course, he is never so much a citizen of the world as when defending the world’s environment against mankind’s depredations, and perhaps especially America’s depredations.
In general, the emotionalist defense of the earththink of Al Goreis now a vital part of the liberalism of our day. It’s a kind of substitute for earlier liberals’ belief
in progress. Although his own electionand secondarily liberalism’s achievements over the past century or sohelp o redeem America in his view, Obama remains, in many ways, profoundly disconnected from his own land.