We are funding our own demise!

by Chris | December 3rd, 2009

A couple years ago I went to the Museum of Tolerance in Los Angeles.  I remember hearing from a holocaust survivor and reading about the tactics Hitler used to turn public sentiment against the Jews.  He blamed them for the economic troubles that his nation was having.  He called them pejorative names.  He lied about their motivations and the true causes of his nation’s problems.

When I saw this interview with Obama on 60 minutes my mind immediately went back to what I learned about Hitler and how he demonized a race of people for his own political gain and to ultimately accomplish his sick plan to fundamentally change his country and the world.

In this interview President Obama called the CEO’s of our nations banks "Fat Cat Bankers" and said that they "just don’t get it" claiming that "You guys caused the problem."

Clearly the banking industry and especially the Federal Reserve have a significant role in our current problems.  However Obama, like Hitler two generations ago is using mass psychological tactics to cover up the economic destruction that both political parties have created, and to push his self-serving agenda on We The People.

If we simply allow both political parties to play this ridiculous blame-and-cover game we will sentence our children and grandchildren to lives of slavery to our government.  Proverbs 22:7 states “The rich rules over the poor, and the borrower becomes the lender’s slave.”  We have slowly become a nation of citizens who are indebted to the government.  Moreover, we have slowly allowed our government to enslave us through tax payer funded social programs … We are funding our own demise!

Our nation is upside down and needs to be turned right side up again.

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