March 03, 2009


I never really bought into the idea that it was better to have Obama as president and be in the vocal opposition than to have RINO McCain in office. I have been scared of irreversible policy changes. And this partnering with the global community, crippling us while helping them, is one of them:

British Prime Minister Gordon Brown will discuss global financial supervision and coordinated measures to support the economy with US President Barack Obama this week.

Brown will become the first European leader to meet the US president on Tuesday, since Obama’s inauguration. “I believe there is no challenge so great or so difficult that it cannot be overcome by US, Britain and the world working together,” Brown wrote in the Sunday Times.

“That is why President Obama and I will discuss this week a global new deal, whose impact can stretch from the villages of Africa to reforming the financial institutions of London and New York, and giving security to the hard-working families in every country.”

Brown said the two countries’ “partnership of purpose” should be directed at fighting the economic downturn as well as terrorism, poverty and disease. Britain is keen to get US support for the bold aims of a G20 summit on April 2.

Every word in this short article makes me shudder.

-- I don't want my country to promise to give security to families in every country.

-- I don't want even more American tax dollars to fight poverty and disease in other countries.

-- I don't want an American New Deal, much less a Global New Deal. Ugh, I can't stand the word global.

Posted by Sarah at March 3, 2009 08:34 PM | TrackBack

We love the word glObal. We will never rest until the entire planet is under our control. We are smarter than you. We have read the works of Marx, Engels, Mao, and Kim Il Sung. We believe in universal Communism. If Omerica has the ability and the rest of the world has needs, then the former must sacrifice for the latter. Av var och en efter förmåga, åt var och en efter behov! It is high time that the most evil empire of all pay for its infinite crimes. Listen, Omerica:

You are the only servant, the rest are the masters, you are the only giver, the rest are the takers, you are the eternal debtor, the rest are the creditors never to be paid off. You must not question their right to your sacrifice, or the nature of their wishes and their needs; their right is conferred upon them by a negative, by the fact that they are 'non-you'.

- Ayn Rand, Atlas Shrugged

Every non-Omerican thanks Allah that they are not you. He the all-merciful has blessed them with birth outside the cursed land whose citizens exist to support all others, whose destiny is

to work - and whenever any men failed anywhere, it’s you who would have to make up for it. To work - with no chance to rise, with your meals and your clothes and your home and your pleasure depending on any swindle, any famine, any pestilence anywhere on earth. To work - with no chance for an extra ration, till the Cambodians have been fed and the Patagonians have been sent through college. To work - on a blank check held by every creature born, by men whom you’ll never see, whose needs you’ll never know, whose ability or laziness or sloppiness or fraud you have no way to learn and no right to question - just to work and work and work - and leave it up to the [kevins] of the world to decide whose stomach will consume the effort, the dreams and the days of your life. And this is the moral law to accept? This - a moral ideal?

- Ayn Rand again

Yes! We professors have taught that to your children for generations now. Even if you have never gone to a university (shame on you!), you have learned the watered-down version in our government indoctrination centers (public schools). Private schools teach it too. So much for your wonderful free market. It has no immunity to our memes. Capitalism is but the host organism for Communism. Soon your sick greedy world of Madoffs will perish. A Red paradise shall arise in its place. And we shall be its Great Leaders.

Posted by: kevin at March 3, 2009 10:50 PM

On this matter, I'm actually not worried, as Obama dissed Brown bigtime today (no joint press conference, no appearance with spouses, etc). Brown is scrambling to look important, but this is the second time Obama has smacked Great Britain; I don't see them working together much, frankly.

Posted by: FbL at March 4, 2009 03:34 AM

I hadn't heard that yet, FbL. I will have to dig it up. But whew.

Posted by: Sarah at March 4, 2009 07:48 AM