August 14, 2012
Obama’s vice president told folks on the campaign trail in Danville, Virginia, that Republicans will put people back in chains:
They’ve said it. Every Republican’s voted for it. Look at what they value and look at their budget and what they’re proposing. Romney wants to let the – he said in the first 100 days, he’s going to let the big banks once again write their own rules – unchain Wall Street. They’re going to put y’all back in chains. He’s said he’s going to do nothing about stopping the practice of outsourcing…
Biden’s use of the plural second-person pronoun “y’all” and the imagery of slaves in chains are obviously directed at black people. The Obama administration is counting on them to make the difference in November even though a lot of them are unemployed, now unemployable (thanks to the offshoring Biden mentioned) and are no longer eligible for unemployment benefits. For now, though, there are food stamps and welfare. According to the Senate Budget Committee, over 100 million people in U.S. are now receiving some sort of Federal Welfare.
Apparently nobody in the Obama administration recognized this would be an absurd statement coming from a white man of privilege, especially considering Obama’s class warfare rhetoric. It is not clear if the comments are standard Biden extemporaneous improvisation or part of the teleprompter script he was reciting to the gathered Mundanes.
Biden is also a liar and thinks you’re an idiot. As we noted back in 2010, the Obama administration is Goldman Sachs from top to bottom, although the “liberal” Annenberg Foundation funded FactCheck.org would have you believe otherwise.
In 2010, we wrote:
Obama functionaries are connected to the CFR and the Trilateral Commission, two organizations established to implement world government. Tim Geithner, Susan Rice, Pete Peterson, Gen. James Jones, Thomas Donilion, Paul Volker, Dennis Blair, Richard Haass, Dennis Ross, Richard Holbrooke and others have connections to the Trilateral Commission, the Federal Reserve, the CFR, and Bilderbergers.
Republicans like to play this game, too. Instead of admitting Obama is a creature of Wall Street and the bankers, they say he is a Marxist.
More from the above cited article:
Obama’s mischaracterized socialism is a control mechanism created by the bankers. It has nothing to do with liberating downtrodden workers. The Soviet system was financed by Wall Street, as Rep. Louis T. McFadden, chairman of the House Banking and Currency Committee throughout the 1920-30s, explained: “The course of Russian history has, indeed, been greatly affected by the operations of international bankers… The Soviet Government has been given United States Treasury funds by the Federal Reserve Board… acting through the Chase Bank.”
The late Antony Sutton’s exhaustive research demonstrates how Wall Street bankers supported and financed the Russian revolution, supported the Soviet Union financially, technologically and military both before and after the Second World War, and also supported Hitler and Nazi Germany financially and military both before and during the Second World War.
Even though Joe Biden is a master of the foot-in-the-mouth flub, his transparently bogus campaign trail comments will not be examined by the corporate media. He’ll get a free pass, as usual.
Biden must also think you’re suffering from Alzheimer’s. Republicans are responsible for outsourcing? Doesn’t anybody remember Bill Clinton shoving NAFTA down the throats of the American people? I guess Democrats can’t see Obama’s Trans-Pacific Partnership sitting out there in plain sight.
More than ever, the false left-right paradigm, the same old Democrat-vs-Republican crapola is being used by the political class to pull the wool over the eyes of the masses as the Grand Game of Musical Chairs we call a national presidential election approaches. When the music stops, the same old gaggle of insiders and professional teleprompter readers will grab a chair. The rest of us will be out here in the bleacher stands watching; that is, if we can stand to watch.
Like the late George Carlin said: It’s a club – and you ain’t in it.