Monday, February 07, 2011

Blackuary Siete - 03AB - Barry Obama's Reason for Living Collapses

On this day, Blackuary 7 in 1990, the current buffoon that occupies the White House lost his ideological motivation on Planet Earth. And oddly enough, one year later, Jean-Bertrand Aristide was sworn in as dictator of Haiti.

Both of these circumstances were highly important to show the exact failure of "Progressive" ideology and to prove beyond any doubt when anyone elects "Progressives," the slaughter is about to being.

The only thing that will ever save Haiti is a nuclear warhead or two or three. Seriously, there is simply no way to correct that place until every single person is GONE. "Progressivism" is just too deeply rooted in their ideology. They declared their independence from France in 1804 and have never had a single success as a country. Sounds kinda like President Assclown, amirite?

By the way, Haiti is 149th out of 182 countries in the United Nations Human Development Index and is the poorest country in the Americas. Oddly, they share the very same island, Hispaniola, with the Dominican Republic, which has the second largest economy in Central America. I wonder what the difference is between the two countries?

And, ah yes, the Soviet Union, which Barry's grandfather, grandmother, mother, and father WORSHIPED. Yes, Barry was raised as a Communist. The Dunhams even left Kansas for Hawaii to get out of the United States because they hated our country so much. Of course, "Progressives" are really stupid people, so shortly after the Communist Dunham family arrived in Hawaii, it was admitted to the United States and the Dunhams were back in the very country that they hated so badly. Let's call this a success, because that is the closest that a "Progressive" will ever come to one.

The Dunham's coveted Communist country only slaughtered between 25 and 60 million people during its tenure. Such is ALWAYS the case in a "Progressive" country.

See Holodomor, Decossackization, Red Terror, or Lenin's Hanging Order, these shall give you an idea of what Barry Obama and the Democrats are moving toward with their "Progressive" agenda.

I am thinking that will end poorly for those Cossacks in the United States, just like it did in the USSR.

Of course, Barry's buddies in the teachers unions won't ever talk about how badly they have screwed up other countries in the past, with particular devastation to the racial minorities.

Also, as further proof of the sheer and utter failure of "Progressivism," today in 1992, the Maastricht Treaty was signed, grouping every European country with the shittiest of the shitty in Europe. Wonder how that has turned out so far?

But also, on Blackuary 7, 1478, the patron saint of Utopia, Thomas More, was born. And the "Progressives" have been smitten ever since.

Please take the time to comment.

4 comments:

marc in calgary said...

I have some Ukrainian in my history, I'm often surprised by the lack of knowledge regarding the Holodomor, or at least the depth of it, often people will know of "something happened over there, I remember my uncle talking about that". The New York Times has kept the Walter Duranty Pulitzer Prize all these years, proud of their heritage, however made up.

Towards the bottom of this (sorry) wiki link, there are some photos of the memorials built around the world for the Holodomor, 4 in Canada, 1 here in Calgary that about 80,000 people drive by each day on Memorial Drive & 4th. We've had quite a few immigrants from the Ukraine arrive about a hundred years ago. They all worked for everything they've got, there was no welfare or programs geared for certain groups of people at the time, they received either 160 or 320 acres of land from the gov't and a "good luck". So pretty much the same as the USA. A few weeks ago here, it was - 30 degrees here, when they were homesteading these lands, indoor heating didn't really exist, there wasn't a local coal mine to go to, and natural gas wasn't yet found here. Nothing to do but work, then fuck, no wonder they all had 10 kids of which 5 would survive.
Here's an example of a "sod house" this is what they lived in during the first few years of life on the plains...

http://www.saskschools.ca/~gregory/photos/sodhse.jpg

The word Holodomor hasn't anything to do with the Holocaust nor its root words, it's from the Ukrainian words meaning "to inflict death by hunger".
Probably not taught in the public school curriculum anymore.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ukrainian_Famine

Some day, a memorial will be built to B.Hussien, I don't want to venture as to what that will entail. Oh wait, they built it last year in Indonesia and some people there wanted it removed after 1 month.

marc in calgary said...

My english is getting worse every day. Well, celebrate & embrace my diversity.

paul mitchell said...

Marc, I have seen quite a bit of photos of Holodomor and it ain't pretty at all. I do know that the literal translation means "to kill by hunger" or "death by hunger." And that around five million people were starved to death. Such is the nature of "Progressivism" and it is always that way, too.

Barry's Indonesian statue did get moved to a nearby school where "Progressive" Americans teach the Indonesian school kids.

That sod house is so very happy looking. Glass was always expensive in rural areas and hard as Hell to keep a windowed home warm.

Experiencing thirty below is not on my bucket list, AT ALL.

marc in calgary said...

I have some Ukrainian in my history, I'm often surprised by the lack of knowledge regarding the Holodomor, or at least the depth of it, often people will know of "something happened over there, I remember my uncle talking about that". The New York Times has kept the Walter Duranty Pulitzer Prize all these years, proud of their heritage, however made up.

Towards the bottom of this (sorry) wiki link, there are some photos of the memorials built around the world for the Holodomor, 4 in Canada, 1 here in Calgary that about 80,000 people drive by each day on Memorial Drive & 4th. We've had quite a few immigrants from the Ukraine arrive about a hundred years ago. They all worked for everything they've got, there was no welfare or programs geared for certain groups of people at the time, they received either 160 or 320 acres of land from the gov't and a "good luck". So pretty much the same as the USA. A few weeks ago here, it was - 30 degrees here, when they were homesteading these lands, indoor heating didn't really exist, there wasn't a local coal mine to go to, and natural gas wasn't yet found here. Nothing to do but work, then fuck, no wonder they all had 10 kids of which 5 would survive.
Here's an example of a "sod house" this is what they lived in during the first few years of life on the plains...

http://www.saskschools.ca/~gregory/photos/sodhse.jpg

The word Holodomor hasn't anything to do with the Holocaust nor its root words, it's from the Ukrainian words meaning "to inflict death by hunger".
Probably not taught in the public school curriculum anymore.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ukrainian_Famine

Some day, a memorial will be built to B.Hussien, I don't want to venture as to what that will entail. Oh wait, they built it last year in Indonesia and some people there wanted it removed after 1 month.

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