Well, those of you who know me well know that I constantly say that I am "bi-partisan," meaning by that oft-overused phrase within American politics, that I loathe both the Dummycrooks and the Republithugs equally. Those of you who know my deep cynicism about the state of American politics and "culture" in general also know that I am loathe to comment much about it. I do not consider myself politically informed, much less in a position to comment about it.

But with the recent circus - one I believe to be wholly contrived incidentally - over raising the debt ceiling of American sovereign debt, and now with even the political left casting glances askance at our do-nothing President who has saddled us with a health-care monster in the middle of the night in closed session, I feel impelled to set the record straight on something.

There is a school of thought out there on the internet and in certain quarters, that viewed the election of Barack Obama in almost messianic tones, and that has parsed his actions according to a model that views him as part of some hidden "good elite," and that we'll see his true colors shortly, that he really is on our side, that he really does know what to do, and is sending clear signals to the corrupt bankers. There is a school of thought that viewed his election as a manifestation of a hyperdimensional physics and that a transformation of consciousness was soon to dawn in golden glory over a beleagured humanity, all heralded by B. O. and the stunning symbolism of his presidential campaign symbolism, including the Eye of Horus.

I have not, have never, and will never, subscribe to the view that any political figure is deserving of such messianic characteristics and adulation.  This man has no plan, other than to go on vacations and bus tours while the country's economy melts down, while "Obamacare" looms over us all. If there is anything hyper-dimensional about B.O., it is that he has been a hyper-dimensional failure. I am willing to remain open that perhaps some "miracle" will occur and that he will wake up, see the error of some of his policies, and reverse course. If he does, it will not be because he is some messiah, but human, and humans change their minds. But that does not make him a messiah, a manifestation of the physics of the universe, nor does it make him a consciousness changing event.

But let me be clear, once again, in case you missed it: I have not, do not, and will never, ascribe to this man and his presidency any views even approaching a coronation of him as some sort of messiah. That he is not, has never been, and will never be.

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Joseph P. Farrell

Joseph P. Farrell has a doctorate in patristics from the University of Oxford, and pursues research in physics, alternative history and science, and "strange stuff". His book The Giza DeathStar, for which the Giza Community is named, was published in the spring of 2002, and was his first venture into "alternative history and science".


  1. YardleyGeorge on August 20, 2011 at 4:18 pm

    Barack Obama,the so-called “magic negro”.

    Maybe he can use his magic powers to start a global discussion about:

    Mass immigration and assimilation are being pushed on EVERY white majority and ONLY on white majority countries.

    This is a clear program of geNOcide for my racial group.

    Those pushing this genocide scream that they are only doing this in their OWN countries. They do not have a world view of it, and they cannot understand a world view of it.

    If this exact same thing were being done to EVERY black country, and ONLY to black countries, those same people would be screaming “GENOCIDE!” you can be sure.

    These “so-called “anti-racists” hide behind provincialism to ignore the global context of white geNOcide.

    Anti-racist is a code word for anti-white.

  2. farseear! on August 20, 2011 at 2:28 am

    On the elitster and their Politician puppets? The following is all I am going to say:

    “Everybody says there is this RACE problem. Everybody says this RACE problem will be solved when the third world pours into EVERY white country and ONLY into white countries.

    The Netherlands and Belgium are just as crowded as Japan or Taiwan, but nobody says Japan or Taiwan will solve this RACE problem by bringing in millions of third worlders and quote assimilating unquote with them.

    Everybody says the final solution to this RACE problem is for EVERY white country and ONLY white countries to “assimilate,” i.e., intermarry, with all those non-whites.

    What if I said there was this RACE problem and this RACE problem would be solved only if hundreds of millions of non-blacks were brought into EVERY black country and ONLY into black countries?

    How long would it take anyone to realize I’m not talking about a RACE problem. I am talking about the final solution to the BLACK problem?

    And how long would it take any sane black man to notice this and what kind of psycho black man wouldn’t object to this?

    But if I tell that obvious truth about the ongoing program of genocide against my race, the white race, Liberals and respectable conservatives agree that I am a naziwhowantstokillsixmillionjews.

    They say they are anti-racist. What they are is anti-white.

    Anti-racist is a code word for anti-white.”

    • Jay on August 20, 2011 at 5:32 am

      The US is a “white country”? That’s bull.

      You don’t seem to know much about Japan or recent Taiwanese history.

      Immigrants to the US: Sorry but that’s been going on for a long long time–long before the US was the US.

      Basically the same racist arguements as yours were made about the Irish in the 19th century, including their weird religion–that’s being Catholic.

      • the mantra on August 20, 2011 at 6:28 am

        If the US is not a white country, then Turkey is not a turkish country. Turkey conquered Anatolia from whites, they have large minority groups, immigration has gone on for a thousand years before Turkey was founded.

        But you’d never say go to Turkey and claim that Turkey is not a turkish country, nor would you demand that Turkey open their borders to massive african or south american immigration.

        There are no anti racists in Turkey. Anti racists are only found in white countries, because that’s the point.

        They say they are anti-racist. What they are is anti-white.
        Anti-racist is a code word for anti-white.

      • Tom Everson on August 20, 2011 at 8:24 am

        Hi Jay,
        You don’t respond directly to what farseear! is saying. China is predominately Chinese. Japan is predominantly Japanese. In 1965, the United States was 89% Indo-European. Nobody is insisting that there is a race problem in Japan or China requiring the problem to be solved by massive non-Chinese immigration into China and non-Japanese immigration into Japan. This occurs in white nations and ONLY white nations.

        It is genocide.

        Anti-racism is just a code word for anti-White.

      • Ridge on August 20, 2011 at 9:01 am

        “The US is a “white country”? That’s bull.”

        It doesn’t matter where white people are (Europe or the Colonies), up pops an anti-white saying, there is no such thing as white people or white countries.

        BTW the US Constitution says in its preamble, “for ourselves and our Posterity”. That was not changed before America’s borders were opened without a popular vote. No popular vote or discussion on this issue has ever been allowed in any white country,

        “You don’t seem to know much about Japan or recent Taiwanese history.”

        What about their history justifies Japan being allowed to remain Japanese, while all white countries and only white countries, may not remain White?

        “Immigrants to the US: Sorry but that’s been going on for a long long time–long before the US was the US.”

        All nations are created by immigration. All nations are destroyed by immigration.

        Like all anti-whites you make endless justifications for white genocide. Anti-whites only ever make justifications for white genocide.

        “Basically the same racist arguements as yours were made about the Irish in the 19th century, including their weird religion–that’s being Catholic”

        Define racist Jay.

        Is Demanding all white countries and only white countries, take massive non-white immigration and demanding everyone mixes in, not racist? Is demanding only white people disappear, not racist?

        I have never heard an anti-white make similar genocidal demands and create the same justifications for the destruction of any non-white nation. Anti-whites only demand white that people disappear.

      • The Sekker of Truth on August 20, 2011 at 9:08 am

        All nations are built by immigrants, and all nations are destroyed by immigrants. Yet the fact remains that the end result of all of this assimilation is less and less White people, but not just in the US, no everywhere that they reside. That is clearly a comprehensive program of genocide.

  3. Colorado Architect on August 15, 2011 at 7:03 am

    Though this is not the venue for such discussion, I can’t let your comment/aspersions pass without briefly setting the record straight on BO’s birth credentials. By parroting the typical shallow viewpoint on the subject, you reveal that you have done very little research on the question. There are HUGE and unexplainable gaps in the credibility of BO’s nativity story, the capstone of which is the very obviously bogus PDF birth certificate that he released out of the blue so recently. Read the opinions of hundreds of Adobe experts who have looked at this document and scoffed at how amateurishly it has been forged. The very document has an origin script that titles it ‘Larry’s PDF’. State of Hawaii? Laughable. Dig a little deeper into the BO history and you find nothing but darkness and frauds (like why does he have a SS number from the State of Connecticut when he has never lived in that State?). Truth always outs eventually and when the truth comes to light about this person, the country will be astounded.

    • Jay on August 15, 2011 at 12:57 pm

      The piece of paper was PDF and you have access to secret Social Security records?

      And the two Honolulu paper birth announcements, well of course those are fake.

      Somewhere I read that Obama is a clone of Akenaten, yes seriously, and that claim is more believable than yours about State of Hawaii documents.

    • Ridge on August 17, 2011 at 7:31 am

      @Colorado Architect
      Jay went into a flurry on this thread. lol

      Here’s a joke all red blooded Americans should enjoy:

      What is a liberal in a hurry?

      A Communist!

      • Jay on August 17, 2011 at 1:51 pm

        Then stop using those liberal policies like clean air and water and safer cars and somewhat safer working conditions.

        • Ridge on August 17, 2011 at 3:28 pm

          Yeah they had all those policies in Communist countries.

          The friends of Humanity killed 60 million in China, Killed 10s millions in the Soviet Union and are still the only ideology in history, that built walls to keep their people in.

          Hey I’m “a friend of humanity” and I’m here to help – whether you want it or not.

          Hey Jay, your people make the Nazis look like amateurs and you still haven’t had your Nuremberg.

          • Jay on August 17, 2011 at 3:37 pm

            Actually no, those countries really didn’t pay attention to those things. This is a well known point. Citing Glenn Beck’s claims doesn’t make it realer.

            So that would make the Soviet Union similar, in some ways, to the Koch brothers.

          • Ridge on August 17, 2011 at 3:44 pm

            My last statement is really a question. People should start asking that particular question over and over, because the MSM and education systems certainly won’t.

          • Ridge on August 17, 2011 at 3:56 pm

            Only wealthy countries can afford to pay attention to environmental concerns and all Communist countries turn their nations into bread lines – as well as gulags where dissenters go to get an education and disappear.

            Obama listed his primary occupation as”Community Activist.” So where did the money come from to buy that big house of his? As far as I know there are no jobs called “Community Activist” that I could apply for.

            Not that I am anti-Obama any more than I am anti-Republitard. IMO those that support left or right, have a child like understanding of the world. Its obvious the people on beltway are only loyal to themselves.

          • Jay on August 17, 2011 at 4:44 pm


            You didn’t phrase that statement as a question–you simply quoted Beck/Koch brothers lies as established fact.

            The US can’t not afford to care about the environment. Happily there are ways to clean it up. Too bad for your ilk that the Koch brothers won’t get any richer while responsible people take action. Yep, the EPA is a start, however there’s much better technology slowly being released.

            I’m old enough to have visited western Europe when they didn’t use catalytic converters on cars; the contrast between the air pollution in New York City and the air in Paris or London was staggering–Europe was disgusting.

            Book sales paid for the house in Chicago also Ms Obama was paid a good salary.

  4. tomislav spajic on August 15, 2011 at 3:49 am

    im obviously speculating when I say this, but isnt it a good thing for obama, when people think he is going to do some kind of 180 turn eventually? making people patient for the wrong reasons? I have heard alot of BS too regarding obama, but who knows. Theres a group of people, who believe He is in contact with E.Ts and that he will bring disclusure, and that he has something to do with the mayan calendar etc etc. Pray this guy does something good!

  5. Leslie Simone Sutain on August 14, 2011 at 10:19 pm

    That needed to be said Dr. Farrell…. and if there’s anything Hyper-Dimensional about Obama, it’s those notes he hits…From Saudi
    Arabia paying his Harvard Tuition, to Barry Soetero being part of a
    CIA program, made public by DAARPA participant Andy Basiago,
    and then we have: The Birth Certificate … So I guess we’re not in
    Kansas anymore …

  6. Paolo on August 14, 2011 at 6:20 pm

    Don’t be afraid to tell us what you really mean. Don’t shrink from putting it all out there directly. LOL, That was a very blunt, and correct, blog.

    But….(Paolo being Paolo again)

    That there IS ritual symbolism associated with BHO and his Presidency, to me, is obviously clear.

    (Shutting down NASA in order to ‘save it’…..LOL)

    • Joseph P. Farrell on August 14, 2011 at 6:30 pm

      I wasn’t holding back. I’m tired of the BS of all things BO.

  7. MizGreen on August 14, 2011 at 3:19 pm

    While I agree with your appraisal of Obama, I unfortunately see in your most recent blog entries a similar messiah-building on your part — lately you seem close to putting Ron Paul on a similar messianic pedestal. I hope you take a much closer look at this new far-right “champion” (a Mason and John Birch Society member) before we fall into the same trap all over again. Despite the hot new buzzwords and nifty new bags of tricks, they’re all 100% politicians, and they’re all 100% on “their” side — not “our” side. Ever.

  8. milky whait on August 14, 2011 at 1:44 pm

    oh, and as we know, socialized anything like in canada is nazism. like obamacare will be. look into the bromfmans,(purple gang?) – and Tommy Douglas,FREEMASON and premier of saskatchewan in 1961 to 1971.(notice the “#ones -1991 and 2001 and 2011.)

    • Jay on August 14, 2011 at 4:25 pm

      Because everyone just knows that Canadians are all just Jewish Freemason Nazis–not. And US Medicare is a Nazi plot to hasten the deaths of our retirees, even though Ronny Reagan told us it was a communist plot. (No irony on that last.)

  9. milk of magnanimouse on August 14, 2011 at 1:33 pm

    Hello! Dr.Farrell… wishes. this just crossed my mind as i was reading your column here. democrats: a mule. perhaps the mule Baalam (numbers 22) had who tried to warn him AND forgave him despite his stubborness (well, the Lord forgave him) and the elephant for republicans,
    Ganesh. hindu religion… topsy the elephant.. TESLA was tesla a hindu? or did he switch to buddism? – just a ripple in the info pond……thanks!

  10. DubbleM on August 14, 2011 at 10:03 am

    Perhaps one of the greatest tragedies of Obama’s abject failure as president is that it may be generations before another black man acquires the opportunity to become leader of the Western World. Although I’m a white American, I have no difficulty believing that a man of color cannot be good for the future of the United States of America – but not Barack Obama. He has possibly ruined the opportunity for the future.

    • Jay on August 14, 2011 at 12:43 pm

      You Freudian slipped an extra “not” in there. Your colours be showing.

      “Abject failure” compared to what? McCain/Palin who wanted to start a shooting war with Russia, just imagine 30 percent unemployment including everyone from Citibank, BofA, and GM. (And then another war with China because McCain decided it was a good idea to attack Iran.)

      Where Obama has failed is his inability to break with the Bush policies of Gitmo, warrantless wiretaps, wars and giant corporate gifts (ie copying Mitt’s Mass medical insurance waste.) Somehow I don’t think you’re thinking of those failures.

  11. HAL838 on August 14, 2011 at 7:06 am

    Well, after all, his mantra was “change.”
    I don’t think he ever really said in a quote or such,
    ‘for the better.’
    But then I don’t pay attention to that junk anymore.
    There are more important things close up ahead.

  12. sj smith on August 14, 2011 at 6:27 am

    It is such a tragedy that the joyousness of Obama’s inauguration that was felt around the world, ended within the week with the appointment of his cabinet, especially Rahm Emmanuel. I tell myself he and the family were cloned, or chipped, and that what we have now is not what we overwhelmingly elected.
    Obamacare is a fat present to the Insurance Industry, and he has ignored the crimes against our Constitution by Bush Co. and even taken them further.
    There is no solution in Politics.
    Now we can all say, ‘Look what that black man did to our country…’

  13. Citizen Quasar on August 13, 2011 at 6:58 pm

    Just in case you haven’t seen it, Joseph, here is a link to “The Obama Deception” by Alex Jones. At one time, this was the most downloaded video on YouTube AND Google, though both of them kept zero-ing out their counters to hide this fact.

    The reason that I am posting this link is that you seem very naive about, or at least mis-informed about, what Obama really is and who he works for and I want you to have the opportunity to become informed.

    I hope you watch this video. I can bring a horse to water but I cannot make the horse drink; so to speak.


  14. Satyajit Mittra on August 13, 2011 at 5:39 pm

    Almost got confused when i read the word “Hyper dimensional” I thought you were talking about the Norway incident that recently occurred boy was I wrong, although out of context here but if anyone is interested they can read about the Norway incident here

  15. Tono Mouco on August 13, 2011 at 3:40 pm

    Sometimes I think that Hoagland´s “faith” is a bit of a “spell”: a hope that one hint of his reaches Obama – or staff, triggering the desired effects. I honestly don´t believe that he believes BO, but I think he HOPES BO somehow listens to his ideas.

    My guess is that Obama and his administration coudn´t care less.
    Because if they did, some very obvious signs would already been seen (talking about space here. Or Wall Street).
    BO is definitly a sock puppet and people should meditate about the way this person – and his opponents, past and future – were and are being set up.

    Democracy today is a huge fraud, gentlemen.

    And the people, it seems, also couldn´t care less, too.

  16. Citizen Quasar on August 13, 2011 at 12:40 pm

    As much as I like Richard C. Hoagland, I was wondering if he was hearing hyperdimensional voices in his head when he spoke of the election of O’bombya Soetoro as being “hyperdimensional.” (Somebody PLEASE tell Hoagland that his Archive link is broken on his web page!)

    It is instructive that under Obama, American military forces are engaged in Operation New Dawn in Iraq and Operation Odyssey Dawn in Libya. I tip my hat to Jordan Maxwell for explaining the meaning of these operational names in his video here:

    Realizing that that video is somewhat lengthy and therefore a little boring or burdensome for many people to watch, I suggest that Alex Jones’ opinion on Obama’s “hyperdimensional” or “messianic” characteristics wins hands down here:

    • Citizen Quasar on August 13, 2011 at 12:43 pm


      The wrond link posted. Here is the link I intended to post:

      • Jay on August 14, 2011 at 4:29 pm

        Alex (it has to have been thermite) Jones. Kinda says he’s in on it. (It being a plot of misdirection from seeming independent sources–like Ron Paul.)

  17. Jon Norris on August 13, 2011 at 10:51 am

    Oh, and rule Number One about politicians:

    I know they’re lying, their lips are moving.

  18. Don Barnaby on August 13, 2011 at 10:50 am

    I’m a law graduate but certainly no legal scholar. However, I think the Supreme Court will rule that Obamacare is valid under the Commerce Clause. The primary reason is the 1964 Civil Rights Law was found constitutional under the CC, along with other sections of the constitution. Further, Justice Kennedy is a swing vote and will go along with the governments argument. If Scalia can coral Kennedy, we have a chance. Otherwise, goodbye republic. As to Dr. Farrell’s allegations, he hit a HOME RUN. And no, GWB(of whom I am not enamoured) might have taken more vacations, but he was in office a few more years. AND, Laura didn’t have the massive staff that Michell has, all of whom take many expensive vacations at our expense during a tough economy for many of our citizens.

  19. Jon Norris on August 13, 2011 at 10:49 am

    Also, no president really has the power to buck the elites by himself, as JFK demonstrated so clearly.

    Frankly, no regular political process will change things – it will take a large enough number of people operating on a “higher energetic” level, and the best chance for that would have been Princess Di’s funeral, with something like 3 billion people watching. Unfortunately, I think the “other side” used that opportunity far more effectively. Still, hidden symbols and messages might have been seeded…

    However, since this moves on an energetic, not physical, level, it is probably not necessary to have a physical/temporal confluence of attention to get results. We could be dealing with the energetic equivalent of a “flash mob,” and if Hoagland’s current rantings are correct (not 100% there), that could happen this Fall. It certainly doesn’t hurt to give people focal point for their intentions.

    Perhaps we should all begin concentrating/meditating/praying with greater intention on the tide changing in favor of the “good guys.” (us, that is…)

  20. LSM on August 13, 2011 at 10:18 am

    you’ve just now come to this conclusion?- many of us came to that conclusion during the election campaign-

    a two-headed one party system, two masks on the same face?- you bet-

    come on, Dr. Farrell- you’re much too intelligent not to see through the political charade-

    despite this rather vapid posting I still remain a die-hard fan of your books and verbal insights on

    hey, guy, keep on truckin’!

    warmest regards,

    Larry in Germany

  21. Robert Barricklow on August 13, 2011 at 9:54 am

    Webster Tarpley’s take on B.O. mirrors yours & mine.

  22. David Mansfield on August 13, 2011 at 8:15 am

    Okay, then instead of Messiah will you acknowledge he and his Markist ideologies are the doom of America and the Western world?

    • David Mansfield on August 13, 2011 at 8:20 am

      I mean what’s all this pretense? Obama is a disaster plain and simple. ps I meant “Marxist.”

      • Jay on August 13, 2011 at 8:28 am

        because giant government gifts to Wall Street and for profit medical insurance, and giant dishonest pharma companies that means “Maxist”.

        Ha, ha, ha.

        • David Mansfield on August 13, 2011 at 8:46 am

          Exactly. duh Obama is maximally destroying us.

          • Jay on August 13, 2011 at 9:06 am

            If true, that’s by continuing Reaganite and GWBush policies. If you want to call that “Marxist”, you got a problem with consistent language use.

          • David Mansfield on August 13, 2011 at 7:09 pm

            We’ve been continually destroyed by “base-line budgeting” since 1974. Republicans And Democrats.

          • Jay on August 15, 2011 at 9:27 pm

            David M,

            Limbaugh, Hannity, Levin, and Boehner, are all well documented liars, yes really.

            You are out of your mind to cite them as serious sources. No I am not joking.

    • Jay on August 13, 2011 at 10:02 pm

      Why 1974 in particular? I don’t know of any particular reason that year is the worst.

      • David Mansfield on August 15, 2011 at 6:46 pm

        I don’t know the details on what Nixon exactly did but last week Boehner answered a question on how “base line budgeting” got started. In 1974 apparently Nixon tried to stop Democrats from spending so much by way of appropriating the funds. To get around this Democrats started “base line budgeting” by making 8 percent increases in all Departments automatic, regardless of whether extra money was needed.
        When ever politicians talk about “cuts” in the budget they are talking about cutting the degree of increase in the budget and not an actual cut. Limbaugh has been talking about this fact since 1994 I believe is the year when he said a Senate politician explained it to him on a restaurant napkin. Hannity and Levin have hammered this issue off and on also.

        • Jay on August 15, 2011 at 9:28 pm

          David M,

          Limbaugh, Hannity, Levin, and Boehner, are all well documented liars, yes really.

          You are out of your mind to cite them as serious sources. No I am not joking.

          • David Mansfield on August 16, 2011 at 7:21 pm

            Whether or not you believe them liars, it is unconscionable you and the rest of U.S.A. have not paid attention to, understood and done something about it. Another thing Boehner said last week was I think he said 18 times Bills have been proposed to reform (instate “zero-based budgeting”) instead or abolish it; and each time they have failed. BTW, Democrats and Republicans both have been using this misleading, insane budgeting up to the present. Nothing gets done. copy and paste to look it up.


          • Jay on August 17, 2011 at 5:16 am

            It’s not a matter of belief that Boehner, Limbaugh, Levin and Hannity are document liars.

            Boehner in particular is not trying to do anything about debt.

            Figure out how the US paid of World War Two debt. (Yep it involved a tax, but not the kind of tax you think; a tax which would discourage rampant speculation.)

            Again none of these men are offering helpful solutions and they lie repeatedly

  23. Vinnie on August 13, 2011 at 7:39 am

    Politics is the process whereby the very worse manage to come to, or be placed in positions of power. The party system in this country has managed to exclude anyone with different ideas, and is bought and paid for by the special interests. As if that weren’t enough, the direct election of senators and the gerrymandered congressional districts make it all but impossible to vote out the rascals or lend even a semblance of getting the politician to do the public good on any issue. Throw in the paperless ballot and we know just how easily votes can be changed electronically, so the process of voting itself becomes nothing more than a rubber stamp for an already decided outcome.

    It would certainly be laughable to think of a handful of old men and women, of questionable character being able to decide on critical issues effecting the lives and property of three hundred and twenty plus million of their fellow countrymen, were it not so tragic that those millions actually believe they have that authority and by their consent, allow themselves to be bound by these statutes and regulations being spewed like the raw sewage they are.
    This is nothing more than a great circus designed to confuse and mislead the public as to exactly what’s taking place and to make sure that those behind the scenes who gain from it all are never recognized, or their deeds brought to light. It won’t stop until the bread and the checks do.
    Anyone who believes in voting, or in the notion that anyone is, can or will ever represent their interests, is sadly misinformed and deeply mistaken.

    • MQ on August 13, 2011 at 3:33 pm

      I’d suggest it’s kakistocracy:
      Government by the least qualified or most unprincipled citizens.
      [Greek kakistos, worst, superlative of kakos, bad;]

      Hey, maybe BO’s “hyperdimensional” state explains why he can’t seem to find a valid birth certificate. “Aw dude, I left it back in the 4th dimension!”

      • Jay on August 13, 2011 at 5:16 pm

        Pray share with us why you think both State of Hawaii documents and both Honolulu newspaper announcements are fake.

        If you don’t like Obama’s policies and choices then attack those, you’ll be treated more seriously than a racist teatard then.

  24. Dashiell Cabasa on August 13, 2011 at 6:00 am

    Well, at the risk of seeming borishly in agreement….well said. In fact, i have found it rather peculiar that Richard Hoagland seemed to see Obama in the way you refer to in your article. But respecting a lot else that Richard says and writes and broadcasts, it had me wondering if , unlikely as it seemed to me, there might be something in it…
    So I’ve held off saying much upon the latest sock puppet. I , albeit perhaps rather cynically (or just plain experienced enough to know better) felt it has always been a simple (simplistic?) case of, if Obama/Sautero(?) was really what some infer, he would never have been allowed to get to the Oval office.

    Surely this was/is obvious? hence why it seemed gratuitous to even bother saying. Whats more there seemed in his ‘selection’ by the dodgy powers that alas, be: to be a deep racism that decided his selection as in ‘ things are going to be so bad, let the nigger take the blame; lets have a black face be the fall guy associated with the ruinous events before us’ etc etc
    In fact, I can just picture those factions in America of the H.L.Hunt variety having been the ones to stump up the idea.
    I just find it astonishing, especially given Richard’s views upon the Kennedy murder, that he could be naive(?) enough to ever have swallowed the idea that Obama is outsmarting or stringing along, the usual criminals/thugs at the heart of Anglo-American policy-if such it could be called.
    But I guess, such trying times, can tempt even the best to delude themselves with wishful thinking…Lord knows I’ve done enough of it myself over the years, I’ve only come to realize thanks to the education provided in the very work of such as Richard and yourself Joe.
    Especially in the books ‘Dark Mission’ and ‘Reich of the Black Sun’, to name but two key examples.


  25. Aldo on August 13, 2011 at 5:55 am

    I wonder how Richard Hoagland feels about Barack now. He clearly hailed him as a messiah in his ‘The Hyperdimensional Election of Barack Obama and 2012’ video.

    • Thomas Marz on August 13, 2011 at 6:50 am

      Mr. Hoagland is the only one that I am aware of who has termed the HYPERDIMENSIONAL election of Barack Obama.

  26. Thomas Marz on August 13, 2011 at 5:53 am

    At least an appeals court ruled that his mandatory 10.99 carrier bill was “Unconstitutional”

    • Jay on August 13, 2011 at 6:04 am

      Yes, but the language of the appeals court’s ruling is very weak; they made up stuff and couldn’t be bothered to cite decided laws or constitutional principles in invalidating the individual mandate, and that’s the only part the court ruled against.

  27. Jay on August 13, 2011 at 5:24 am

    He’s not much more than a tool of the corporations–explains a lot. I’d hoped he wasn’t but still voted against him because I feared he was.

    Sorry: That line about vacations just makes JF sound like a by rote teapartier/foxnewer; GWBush holds that time away record–by far.

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