Tuesday, July 28, 2009

MSM Brownshirts Will Defend Totalitarianism At All Costs

MSNBC Implies People Skeptical Of Government Are Psychologically Insane

"During a discussion of the Obama birth certificate controversy, MSNBC host Chris Matthews and his guests implied that anyone who questions the official 9/11 story, thinks the Bilderberg group are exercising power to create a world government, people who are worried about gun control and immigration, or even people who are merely skeptical of government, are psychologically insane.
Responding to Matthews' implication that people who had questions about Obama's birthplace were "full mooners" and insane, MSNBC political analyst Howard Fineman included "people who are worried about the government taking up the guns, people who deny the federal government has a right to tax your income, people who are worried about being overrun at the borders," in the same category and said they were merely looking for a reason to find a conspiracy behind Obama.
Matthews then brought up a psychological test which featured the question, "Is somebody chasing you right now?," implying that anyone who doubts what the government tells them would answer in the affirmative, before asking, "Are we talking psychological problems here with people or what?"

To me the birth certificate issue is of relatively minor importance and nothing will come of it anyway, if that was what they were talking about to bring this smear up. If people want to question legality they should look at a dubious sixteenth amendment ratification or our illegal wars.

But Matthews and his ilk in the media will do this all the time and it really doesn't matter if the dems or the repugs are in power. They'll defend authoritarianism and attack dissident viewpoints because that's their job. As we slide deeper into a fascist police state and when the government becomes even more criminal and unconstitutional, look for these apologist shills to take their cue and get a lot more vicious in attacking what they want you to think as a deluded fellow citizen enemy.


Anonymous nick z. said...

The Zionists who are behind the MSM and the corporate ruling-class are the ones who are insane. Who else but insane people would condone the mass-murder they are conducting in the Middle East today?

29/7/09 6:23 AM  
Blogger Mad_Tinfoil_Hatter said...

Yet more proof that we're becoming the USSA. Don't these dumbshits (Matthews and Fineman) recall that the Soviet Union and its eastern block allies were infamous for labeling opponents of their regime as "lunatics" and tossing them into insane assylums?

29/7/09 8:05 AM  
Anonymous E. Harris said...

It scarcely matters whether Obama was born in the US, he was born a US citizen, and that is the requirement. McCain was born in Panama, after all. The statute law at the time Obama was born was that US citizenship for those born outside the US went with the father but not the mother, but this statute is arguably in violation of the equal protection clause of the Constitution as well as the prohibition on bills of attainder and those working corruption of blood. If the statute was unconstitutional, then denying citizenship on the basis of the female sex of the citizen parent would also be unconstitutional. What is clear is that the birth was contemporaneously announced in the local Honolulu paper and the birth certificate proof of citizenship must have existed when Obama first got a passport as a child. He is presumed to be a citizen given his mother's citizenship, early residency, early passport, birth certificate and the failure of court challenges to his eligibility to be president. The reason for insisting on a natural-born citizen in the office of President was to prevent foreign control of the government. No such influence by Kenya can be alleged. (Israel's influence via Rahm Emmanuel is another story, but that does not affect Obama's constitutional qualifications.)

On the other hand the Bush-Cheney ticket was clearly constitutionally barred since both were citizens of the same state, Texas. Cheney switched his nominal residence to Wyoming to get around this, but it is not clear that he met the legal requirements to do so. The reason for this constitutional requirement was so that no one state's interests would be favored over the rest; the Bush-Cheney ticket and the subsequent invasion of Iraq was the biggest-ever boost to the Texas oil industry, and cost the US dearly, so the constitutional provision was substantively violated. Also both Bush-Cheney elections were clearly dependent on fraud, in Florida in 2000 and in Ohio in 2004. There is no doubt that the majority of the voters and electors in 2008 voted for Obama, so his legitimacy as president is infinitely greater than Bush both on legal and on democratic grounds.

29/7/09 3:50 PM  
Blogger nolocontendere said...

Good point about previous totalitarian states conveniently labeling dissidents as mentally disturbed. And as we've seen so often the ziofascists can't seem to stop projecting their sicknesses on everybody else.
Yeah this birther dopiness is a red herring, E. Harris, conveniently used by media whores to paint all government detractors as loonies. By the way, I really enjoyed your work in "Enemy at the Gates".

29/7/09 10:28 PM  
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