Long-time readers know that I was extremely angry about the decision by the Obama Dept. of Justice to drop the charges against three black fascists who were attempting to intimidate white voters here in Philadelphia. I wrote about it well over a year ago. So I am extremely gratified to see it back in the news, thanks to the heroic actions of DOJ whistleblower J. Christian Adams. This is going to lead into a broader soliloquy on why I stopped blogging for a while. One of my favorite bloggers, Neo-neocon alluded to this just the other day. At some point, I began to feel like a homicide detective who just couldn’t stand to look at another bloody corpse.
You see, nothing that Obama is doing makes any sense at all–unless you recognize it for what it is: a slow-motion act of espionage. He intends to crash the economy, there can be no question any more. He seeks to recreate 1929. He intends to be the new FDR, and do all the things that FDR couldn’t quite pull off. People who are still trying to figure Obama out by examining his “competence” as a chief executive are completely missing what this little three-card Monty punk is doing right in front of their eyes. I thought it was interesting that even the staid, stolid Wall Street Journal ran a piece the other day that mused on the possibility that Obama is letting the Gulf gusher continue to foul our southern shore to create a crisis that he can exploit politically. No rules in a knife fight, my friends. And no consolation prize for second-place.
Someone scoffed at me other day when I shared my thought that this is all deliberate, part of a larger plan of controlled crises. “That’s ridiculous,” she said, “if he crashes the economy he won’t get re-elected.” See, I think Obama already has that covered. That’s where this Black Panther case comes in. It makes no sense, unless you see it for what it is, which is a plan to use election law to control the outcome of future elections. It’s truly chilling stuff. Mr. Adams (what a great patriot’s name!) is scheduled to appear before the US Civil Rights Commission tomorrow. I wonder if he was the anonymous DOJ lawyer who wrote this prescient piece nearly two years ago.
Related: Justice and Vote Fraud