Party Leader Obama instructs students to reject ‘anti-government’ opinions
2013-05-14 0:00

From: 21st Century Wire

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The most disturbing thing about this public address to students in Ohio is not just the usual abstract content that’s become a signature of the Party Leader’s speech, but the almost uncanny similarity to Adolph Hitler’s speeches pre-Nuremberg, during the transition into the Nazi’s Third Reich.



The following is no exaggeration, and it is based on the very words of the President of the United States.

Whoever is writing Obama’s speeches is well aware of the power of propaganda, where the flamboyant leader lays out his blank canvas of ‘hope’ and ‘change’, devoid of any real specifics, leaving the audience with no other choice but to project their own ideals on the Party Leader’s empty backdrop. It could be a speech by Chairman Mao, Hitler or Stalin, or simply a popular CEO’s address to the shareholders right before the company is about to be sold off and broken up. The leading effect is the same. A Leader who presents his public with high democratic-sounding concepts like, “our brave, creative, unique experiment in self-rule”, while he concentrates more and more power into his executive branch of government.

Hitler sold his people abstract dreams and threats to the security of the “Fatherland”. Obama sells the same abstracts to his people about their new “Homeland”.

This is what makes Barack Obama unlike any President in US history, he says he’s in the process of changing America, but too few Americans are quick to grasp where exactly his change is heading. “Trust only our government, and reject the voice of the skeptics”, the Party Leader tells his people, as he turns neighbor against neighbor in order to try and preserve the power of the state.

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