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Thursday, June 19, 2008

This CAN'T Be Good: NK Delegation Visits Venezuela

By: Resa LaRu Kirkland

I have made it my duty to get people to call the evil we face in this day and age what it truly is: Islammunism. Not only is Islamofascism incorrect, the calling of evil or unpopular regimes “fascist” was the goal of Krushev when he was training infiltrators on how to bring down the USA. His reasoning? Words play subtle tricks on the mind—that is the essence of PC, and why I call it “Political Castration.” The word correct—even if you say you don’t buy into it—has an effect on the brain of all who hear or read it.

Never call it correct again.

It is why, starting in the late 1950’s, you started to see small changes. No longer did textbooks, movies, or media refer to America as a Republic; we were a democracy, because Krushev knew that that word would cause the easily led to be more inclined to vote Democratic, which was just the lip-glossed version of Communism. Hitler’s Nazis? THEY WERE SOCIALISTS. They were on the left of the spectrum, which is one reason Hitler and Stalin HATED each other. You can only have one Communist leader, and they both wanted it. But so thoroughly did Krushev’s Kronies take over the three commonalities of America that we now refer to the Nazis as “fascists,” which he taught his people to call any unpopular or brutal regime rather than “Communist.”

That one worked as well.

It is a frighteningly effective weapon, and it only took about 20 years—from the mid-60’s to the mid-80’s--before we were passing laws against free speech. Twenty years; that’s all it took for us to fall for it and embrace it.

I’ll give you a quick lesson on the “Three Commonalities” that Krushev based his assault strategy upon. You see, Krushev was absolutely amazed over what he saw in America. The first 12 years of school were the same for everyone, rich or poor. In fact, it was actually against the law in America NOT to go to school! Then came the American love of movies. Movies—unlike today—were something Americans did—rich or poor, because it was incredibly cheap back then to go, just ask your grandpa—three or four times a week. And every American had equal access to media—newspapers, magazines, and televisions. Being from a culture of elitism, it blew him away to see the level access everyone had. He could use this to his advantage.

Back in the USSR, Krushev explained: if they could control the “Three Commonalities” in America, they could bring down the entire country without ever firing a bullet. What are the three commonalities? Education, Media, and Hollywood.

By controlling Education, they had hold of the future, and could make it into anything they wanted. By controlling the Media, they had control of the present, and could establish beliefs and inflame emotions, which are the antidote to the logic center of the brain. By controlling Hollywood, they could re-make the past, manufacturing memories and using guilt, shame, and fear—through Political Castration—to keep those who question oppression or insist on freedom and reason in line.

It worked beautifully, too. Seriously, you thought it was just a coincidence that those who came of age in the 60’s were the bile of America’s small intestine? They were carefully shaped and manufactured, and God help us! They succeeded. Thanks to them, we have sky rocketing housing costs, oil (all the tree-hugging whale-kissing Islam-bowing commie-lickers have everything to do with it), and the food we DO have we’re making into the fuel we can’t afford.

Apparently pot is super duper brain food.

And that brings us to today. It was only a few words at North Korea’s ONLY newspaper:

Pyongyang, June 19 (KCNA) -- The DPRK delegation led by Vice-Minister of Foreign Affairs Kim Hyong Jun left Pyongyang on Thursday by air to attend the 7th meeting of information ministers of non-aligned countries to be held in Venezuela.
The delegation is also to visit
Cuba, Mexico and other Latin American countries.

That’s it. Two sentences. What’s to worry, you say?

Let’s start with the obvious: the definition of Non-Aligned Countries:

The Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) is an international organization of states considering themselves not formally aligned with or against any major power bloc. It was founded in April 1955; as of 2007, it has 118 members. The purpose of the organization as stated in the Havana Declaration of 1979 is to ensure "the national independence, sovereignty, territorial integrity and security of non-aligned countries" in their "struggle against imperialism, colonialism, neo-colonialism, racism, Zionism, and all forms of foreign aggression, occupation, domination, interference or hegemony as well as against great power and bloc politics."[1] They represent nearly two-thirds of the United Nations's members and comprise 55 percent of the world population, particularly countries considered to be developing or part of the third world --Wikipedia

Sounds fairly benign. So why are the hairs on the back of my neck standing at attention?

I think it has to do with the next part.

Members have, at various times, included: Yugoslavia, India, Ghana, Pakistan, Algeria, Libya, Sri Lanka, Egypt, Indonesia, Cuba, Colombia, Venezuela, post-1994 South Africa, Iran, Malaysia, and, for a time, the People's Republic of China…While the organization was intended to be as close an alliance as NATO or the Warsaw Pact, it has little cohesion and many of its members were actually quite closely aligned with one or another of the great powers. For example, Cuba was closely aligned with the former Soviet Union during the Cold War era. India was effectively aligned with the Soviet Union against China for many years. Additionally, some members were involved in serious conflicts with other members (e.g. India and Pakistan, Iran and Iraq). The movement fractured from its own internal contradictions when the Soviet Union invaded Afghanistan in 1979. While the Soviet allies supported the invasion, other members (particularly Islamic nations) of the movement did not.--Wikipedia

There! See the part in bold? That’s what got my neck hairs all riled up. That’s why no one saw the unholy alliance, the Hitler/Stalin era non-aggression pact style agreement between Islam and Communism that has taken hold in only the past decade. Everyone thought these two evil nightmares hated each other more than they hated us, so everyone ignored the overwhelming signs.

We knew better, dammit, and that’s why it’s so frustrating.

Evil always seeks out evil. Evil eats its own. Evil creates secret combinations to benefit evil only, and when it does, it uses other, weaker evils to fertilize its garden of Armageddon. Evil shares WMD technology ONLY with evil, evidenced in the great Khan Con of stealing technology for Pakistan—an Islamic country—then giving it to North Korea—a Communist country—who then gives it to Iran—and Islamic country.

Just look at the countries ol’ Kim considers his drinking buddies. It’s like a Who’s Who of Satan’s Sewer. And what bothers me most of all is that North Korea hardly needs its Tae Podong 2—which can reach Alaska and Hawaii, and already has, btw—if its drunken frat brothers are within spitting distance: Cuba, Colombia, and Venezuela in particular.

Evil is surrounding us. And now a group from Satan’s laboratory is going on a field trip to up and coming Satanic bowel movement we call Venezuela. And what lies between Venezuela and Canada? Corruption, incompetence, and the look-the-other-way, selling-our-souls-to-the-highest-bidder mentality of a nation that feeds on its own people.

Oh, plus there's Mexico and Central America.

Yep, Krushev did a bang-up job. Fitting that another commie nation will be the one to finish us off with a bang, then celebrate Islammunist style. Hummus and Kimchi...yum.

Keep the faith, bros, in all things courage, and no substitute for VICTORY.

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