By Judi McLeod
Pity the grandchildren of this generation. They will be the first generation to grow up without a country.
If they are still being educated in schools that teach them how to read, the history they will read is destined to include the final chapter about how they came to be raised in the world’s first borderless country: They will read that “One day, circa 2015, the United States of America quietly disappeared off the map”.
Incredible as it will seem, one day America was there. The next day it wasn’t.
Oceans of tears were shed, but history will show that not a single action was taken.
These children of the day will learn that their grandparents were Tea Party members, whose government had made all they said not to matter. Branded as bigots and smeared as racists, no one in the media of the day had anything good to say about them.
The children will read how everyone thought there were two parties to choose from in the November, 2014 midterm elections. But there was in reality only one party filled with varying degrees of ‘progressives’; and read about how the one thought to be the Republican Party won a majority of seats in both houses, without making any noticeable difference.
One week after elections, President Barack Obama announced that he would be providing Amnesty for some five million illegal aliens already living in America. Along with the word ‘terrorist’, ‘illegal alien’ was ordered removed from the public lexicon.
Patriots waited for blowback from the leaders of the victorious Republican Party that never came.
Knowing full well that the electorate couldn’t recall them and that they would not be coming up for election for another several years, Repubs did a mass turkey trot back to their home districts for Thanksgiving weekend, showing a white flag instead of the red, white and blue to a gloating Obama.Patriots waited for blowback from the leaders of the victorious Republican Party that never came
Things were bound to get worse and soon did.
Within weeks of the Repubs showing the white flag, race riots broke out in Ferguson, MO, where a 6ft-4-inch, 300-lb.-plus black man, media-dubbed a “gentle giant”, who had robbed a neighbourhood store of cigarillos, was fatally shot by a white police officer.
Night after night of looting and torching all but shut Ferguson down. Stores, including those owned by honest and hard-working black people, were set on fire. Protester millennials, organized by Occupy Wall Street (OWS) to be at the ready to pump racial discord, turned up by hundreds in other American cities.
There were no calls against violence by Obama, who met with Al Sharpton and other racial agitators in the White House, telling them to “stay on course” as they planned nationwide protests. (Breitbart, Dec. 6, 2014).
Staying on course, racial pimp Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson style meant cashing in by fanning the flames for their coveted revolution, this time bolstered by Attorney General Eric Holder, working from the premise that Americans are “cowards”.
Holier-than-thou malcontents came rushing out of the woodwork overnight. Police, without whom there would only be anarchy, replaced the Tea Party as the mainstream media’s new target.
Taking advantage of his celebrity status as Big Apple Mayor, Bill DeBlasio made it public that he had called his 17-year-old biracial son aside to warn him about the police.
“And with Dante, very early on with my son, we said, ‘Look, if a police officer stops you, do everything he tells you to do, don’t move suddenly, don’t reach for your cell phone,’ because we knew, sadly, there’s a greater chance it might be misinterpreted if it was a young man of color.” (ABC News, Dec. 7, 2014)
While masked thugs loot and torch with impunity, Obama and DeBlasio are in league on a pilot program to saddle police with body cameras.
But details of the blueprint for the decline of the Republic called America had been worked out decades ago.
Incremental and weaving its way through every facet of western society, it originated at the United Nations, the world’s biggest, most unaccountable bureaucracy, masquerading as a warm, fuzzy blanket for the comfort and safety of all world citizens.
Long before the words ‘terrorist’ and ‘illegal alien’ were plucked from the American vocabulary, the UN replaced the word ‘patriot’ with ‘world citizen’.
UN Marxists knew that without patriotism, amnesty doesn’t matter
UN Marxists knew that without patriotism, amnesty doesn’t matter.
By the time the one-worlders at the UN and the first anti-American president were ready to unleash the Fundamental Transformation of America on an unsuspecting Western society, several generations of One Worlders had graduated from the public school system.
When Obama came into office, a generation known as the Millennials were waiting for him. In fact the Millennials, born in the 1980s and 1990s voted him in as president in 2008.
“Millennial support for President Obama was a key to his 2008 victory, and they overwhelmingly supported him over Mitt Romney in 2012, too.” (Source)
Misportrayed by the lib-left New York Times as having been brought up in the “heroic age” of dot-com entrepreneurship that defined the 1990s and distrustful of large organizations, including government, the Millennial views small business as “the idealized social for our our time”. (William Deresiewicz, NYT).
Not only does the Times conveniently overlook that thousands of millennials have signed up for OWS, small business is what the millennials torched in Ferguson and in other American cities.
Mark Zuckerberg is the uncrowned, ‘like’-crowing ‘King of the Millennials
Born in 1984, Mark Zuckerberg is the uncrowned, ‘like’-crowing ‘King of the Millennials’.
His millennial kingdom is full of malcontents better known for what they don’t like, including honest work, laws of the land, police, military and Tea Party.
The irony of televised footage of masked Millennials torching small business with iPads and Smart phones in tow is unprecedented.
“Millennials are addicted to instant gratification, and view new gadgets as needs, not wants. Millennials are also “the fastest-growing demographic of those who purchase luxury goods,” says Rachel Krause at The Frisky, engaging in the kind of “lavish, indiscriminate consumerism” that will lead to the “death rattle” of their bank accounts.” (The Week, April 18, 2013)
But millennials do not fear being low on cash or bankruptcy because they know that Big Daddy Government look after their people from cradle to grave.
Inspired by Ad Busters, a magazine edited in British Columbia Canada but printed in the U.S., millennials are against consumerism,—but only for everyone else and not themselves.
Politically, they are as Socialist/Marxist as their government masters.
“Looks like the “right-wing cries of ‘socialist takeover!’ may be based in more than paranoia,” says Nona Willis Aronowitz at Good. Polls show that 49 percent of Millennials “view socialism in a favorable light,” compared with 43 percent who view it unfavorably. Millennials are also the generation of Occupy Wall Street, the anti-corporate movement, and “it’s not hard to figure out why our generation isn’t so gung-ho about capitalism—it has disappointed and, in some cases, straight-up failed us.” (The Week)
Many are broke in a jobless failing economy. But broke isn’t too painful when you live in Mama’s basement and you only need a face mask to join up for whatever protest is being flash-mobbed.
“A new survey shows that 25 percent of Millennials “reported not having enough money to cover their basic needs,” a much higher percentage than older generations,says Corilyn Shropshire at Business Insider. Millennials have been hit hard by the recession, and are weighed down by ever-growing mountains of student debt. They’re also less financially literate than their parents, and “the lack of financial savvy among Millennials could have a trickle-down effect with detrimental consequences for society,”says Hadley Malcolm at USA Today.
When they first burst upon the body politic back in 2011, many were fooled when OWS millennials spent their days doing Yoga and painting faces. In their salad days, only Glenn Beck and Canada Free Press sounded warning alarms.
Few thought they were setting the stage for being politically engaged.
“Many assume that Millennials can’t “be bothered to put down their bongs and go out to vote,” but the the truth is that Millennials “are voting in increasing numbers,” says Fred Bayles at Metro.
It is easy for Obama to rewrite a history with no America given the millennials at his beck and call.
The only way to stop the darkest chapter of American history from ever being written is for the parents and grandparents of upcoming generations to make sure that their children do not grow up to be uncaring millennials.