December 1, 2012

The Beginning of the End

Let’s see.

We’ve got legislation going on the acceptance here of the U.N.’s Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities, we’ve got the U.N. upgrading the terrorist enclave “Palestine’s” status (over the protests of the U.S. and Israel, though in the former case it wouldn’t come as a surprise to learn that President Obama is merely playing politics and is secretly full of unholy glee), we’ve got a much larger police (including many in combat gear) presence in New York, along with National Guardsmen deployed at transportation centers and the Obama Administration mandating extra training for the National Guard. Then there was the willingness of the Obama Administration to allow the U.N. to send observers to our elections last month, there’s the U.N. Smallarms Treaty, the attempts at pushing through a U.N. Law Of The Sea Treaty….

With all the above, one has to wonder if perhaps the following is a practice run for something.

From Chuck Norris writing at Guns & Patriots:

“The nine most terrifying words in the English language are: ‘I’m from the government, and I’m here to help.’” — President Ronald Reagan

Those wise and yet haunting words spoken by one of our nation’s greatest presidents couldn’t ring more true — especially today, as winter sets in on an estimated 130,000 of our fellow Americans who are still struggling without power. Many live without heat, hot water or inhabitable homes and question the government’s efforts to alleviate their condition.

Amid the election frenzy, several mainstream media outlets instantly praised the Obama administration’s response to the Hurricane Sandy devastation in the Northeast. But let’s look beneath the congratulatory headlines to see the real and horrifying picture of what’s happening.

Right now, homeless Americans are literally freezing, wrapped in blankets and trash bags as they struggle to survive in FEMA tent cities such as New Jersey’s “Camp Freedom,” which reportedly “resembles a prison camp.”

“Sitting there last night, you could see your breath,” displaced resident Brian Sotelo told the Asbury Park Press. “At (Pine Belt), the Red Cross made an announcement that they were sending us to permanent structures up here that had just been redone, that had washing machines and hot showers and steady electric, and they sent us to tent city. We got (expletive).”

Sotelo said Blackhawk helicopters patrol the skies “all day and night,” and a black car with tinted windows surveys the camp while the government moves heavy equipment past the tents at night. According to the story, reporters aren’t even allowed in the fenced complex, where lines of displaced residents form outside portable toilets. Security guards are posted at every door, and residents can’t even use the toilet or shower without first presenting ID.

“They treat us like we’re prisoners,” Ashley Sabol told Reuters. “It’s bad to say, but we honestly feel like we’re in a concentration camp.”

Snow and icy slush seep into living areas through the bottoms of the government tents.

Meanwhile, officials are said to be banning residents from taking pictures and even cutting off Wi-Fi and power access.

“After everyone started complaining, and they found out we were contacting the press, they brought people in,” Sotelo said. “Every time we plugged in an iPhone or something, the cops would come and unplug them.”

Read the entire column here.


Since Obama was first sworn in, we seem to have descended gradually into some kind of nightmare into which the Constitution was not invited, while, with the blessing of Obama and the Democrats, the U.N. has gone into overdrive with thinly veiled attempts at entering the arena of world control.

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