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RED Monday: Marxist Victory

by David Yeagley · March 22, 2010 · 27 Comments ·

Good Morning, Komrads! Welcome to Communist America. It’s happened. America has changed–for the worse. The Democrats have done their job.

Certainly, Washington, DC has devolved to the lower regions human behavior. The deceit, the bribery, political thuggery, the tyrannical presumtion over the express will of the people–today is the clumination of decades of delusion and perversion of values.

As Republican John Boehner pronounced to Congress, “We have failed.” “We break our trust with America.” “We disgrace our fathers.” He summed up the state of affairs quite dramatically:

Excerpts from Boehner’s closing arguments.

“Can you say it was done openly, with transparency and accountability? Without backroom deals, and struck behind closed doors, hidden from the people?

“Hell no, you can’t!

“Have you read the bill? Have you read the reconciliation bill? Have you read the manager’s amendment?

“Hell no, you haven’t!

Here is the entire speech, and video. Boehner’s was the real historical moment.

Nancy Pelosi’s speech was completely delusional. She claimed the bill expressed the true character of America, and the will of the fathers. In this she displayed acute, pathological contradiction of reality. It isn’t a matter of difference of opinion. It isn’t a matter of different views of what the Constitution means, or what the fathers meant. It is a case of inculcated contradiction of what they meant. It is the illusion of triumph–of lying contradiction over plain, obvious history. That such deception and delusion should become established through law, at the highest levels of authority in the nation, only shows that opposition to truth is alive and well, and is an ever present danger. For now, wrong appears to have won.

It has won before.

US President Franklin D. Roosevelt loved Joseph Stalin. “Uncle Joe,” Rossevelt called the Russian maniac–after Uncle Joe had established an incredibly bloody record as a tyrannt in Russia, with mass imprisonments, deportations, and genocides and and after he had betrayed the Allies with his German Pact of 1939. Ann Coulter points out that Roosevelt gave strict orders that the Office of Strategic Services (OSS) to conduct no espionage against Russia. This, at a time when there were a million Americans registered to vote as Communists–more than there were Russians in Russia, in 1917. Treason, (2003), p.34. (Indeed, Coulter’s Treason is probably the most important, useful text on the background of Communism in America currently available. It is required reading, if there is to be any understanding of how we got were were are today, politically.) See, also, Harvard’s Black Book of Communism (1999), pp. 146-202.

The Democrats have been on the red road to Communism for decades. They simply stepped on to the last lap on Black Sunday. Why, Communism isn’t so bad. It takes care of everyone. That’s the promise. That’s what poor, ignorant, and indolent people want. That’s what appeals to them. It’s the government’s responsibility to take care of you! The government owe’s you!

That’s what the deluded Speaker of the House said. The government owe’s you “life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness,”–that is, if it lets you be born at all.

Speaker Nancy Pelosi, interpreting the Constitution as a testimony of pure Marxism. This is the Democrat Party position.

We’ll see how this pans out. America may fight back, with a resolve that hasn’t been seen since 1776. Already the majority of states will resist the federal trangression of the 10th Amendment.

But, for those who resign to the great change, from Freedom to Communism, I can only offer this consolation: Welcome to Indian Country. When your way of life and your country vanishes before you, and it all becomes “the past,” then you know what it’s like to be Indian. When your home is a dream of the past, you know what it means to be Indian. To all American patriots, I welcome you to Indian Country.

Now, if you really want to fight, you have to believe that the government is truly against you, and that it will use coercion, fraud, and bribery to control you. It will use the law and lethal force to make you comply. Property confiscation and imprisonment–these await you, the minute they out-gun you. Are you ready to accept this as the coming conditions for anyone who chooses to fight? Are you ready to go to war against your alien-ized government? Are you ready to declare war against the traitors in Washington, DC, or anywhere else? Are you ready to meet the enemy in the street, in front of your own house?

Posted by David Yeagley · March 22, 2010 · 8:05 am CT · ·

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27 responses so far ↓

  • 1 David Yeagley // Mar 22, 2010 at 9:19 am   

    Interesting coincidence, March 22, 1765 was the date the British Parliament pass the infamous “Stamp Act” on the American colonies. It was the tell-tale act which came to be known as “taxation without representation” moment. It began the galvanization of the colonies in their resistance to English tyranny.

    The British tax was to raise money to support the British troops in the colonies! Tax the people to support the very machinery of tyranny over them!

    It is a most appropriate coincidence. Over 16,000 new government IRS jobs, to lord over the people–supported by the people’s taxes!

  • 2 David Yeagley // Mar 22, 2010 at 9:54 am   

    Bart Stupak (D-Mich.), whom (and many others) praised, finally folded. He gave in.

    Shocker: Stupak Caves At Last Minute

    Another coincidence: March 19 (Friday), Michigan got $726,409.00 for airports.

    What other sorts of coincidences will OK Sen. Tom Coburn find when his team investigates vote-changers?

  • 3 steve // Mar 22, 2010 at 12:06 pm   

    This is all I have to say

  • 4 David Yeagley // Mar 22, 2010 at 12:13 pm   

    The above link works just fine.

  • 5 Thrasymachus // Mar 22, 2010 at 1:14 pm   


    Well, folks, my parents have, just as countless other American families, lost all their live savings — including the forced cancellation of life insurance policies — to the Medicaid disaster.

    Do you all realize how the government, in the name of medicine, seizes the entire assets of the elderly placed in nursing homes and liquidates them all, leaving their children NO INHERITANCE?

  • 6 David Yeagley // Mar 22, 2010 at 1:49 pm   

    That’s the idea. Government takes all. It is a position of power and enrichment. All governments tend toward this end. Ours stayed it off quite a while, but, we’re there now, too. The people exist for the government. Sheep to be shorn. Again, this is a natural tendency.

    America’s prosperity evolved as we worked against that natural tendency.

    But, too many are too envious, indolent, and rebellious. This monstrous sector of the population, taken advantage of by the power players, have brought us where we are.

  • 7 Sioux // Mar 22, 2010 at 4:38 pm   

    In answer to all the questions in your last paragraph, Dr. Y, not just YES, but HELL YES. I am going to need more than my broom and pick axe, methinks.

    As to Stupak – you really needed to listen to me on that one. I tried to tell everyone everywhere not to believe this fraud. He is all about guns and abortion come election time because he represents the rural north woods of the Upper Peninsula (heavily immersed in welfare) as well as the farm country of the northeast part of the Mitten — huge geographic area with not so many people. It was like watching Jekyll and Hyde when he did his big turnaround speech last night just before the vote (not the pathetic speech he gave when he announced he was going to change his vote – that was the plan all along). Stupak was John Edwards’ 2008 campaign mgr. for Michigan. Edwards is a dog’s dog, and Planned Parenthood and NARAL loved him (until he screwed a crazy woman who refused to have an abortion). This was Stupak’s choice for President of these United States– someone who gives Barry Soetoro a run for his money to see how far Left you can go. If the people of Stupak’s District don’t send him packing, there really is no hope. The People of America has sunk just as low as the pathetic Congress who is supposed to represent us.

  • 8 colleague graduate // Mar 22, 2010 at 5:05 pm   

    Let’s not lose our cool when the majority rules. It was a majority House vote of dems that ruled. In a democracy the majority rules, the basic principle of democracy founded in ancient Greece. Russia went democratic when they eliminated communism and restored their government to “czar” years when Christianity and Catherine the Great ruled there, when St. Petersburg was founded(not when red square was founded in Moscow where the KGB is headquartered, to the best of my knowledge, to this day). Also Iraq and Afghanistan have voted in a democratic way, not to mention when Hamas was elected democratically in Palestine. We have to be democratic. We don’t want some military coup to take over DC like the British took over DC in the War of 1812. We don’t want undemocratic King or Queen rule here again. We want rule of the people, by the people and for the people, our democracy. Not accepting the health care bill by a group, for instance here when we agree with David, is called cultural lag in sociology- a group’s resistance to change. An individual’s resistance to change in sociological terms is called inertia. David, you gotta get rid of any inertia and keep your cool. Maybe you could join the Native American Church and use peyote button/buttons to gain insight about what to do next. If you do this, maybe you could let us know about how your peyote trip/trips in a Native American Church attendance/attendances will help you overcome inertia.

  • 9 David Yeagley // Mar 22, 2010 at 5:21 pm   

    Huh? Indians have nothing to do with this issue. (I don’t think.)

    Democracy’s cool–when people are honest, forthright, and up front with the people. DC is not a little club separate from the people. Those reps are supposed to vote like the people want. That’s the issue, not who’s the majority in their little group.

    The deceit, the lying, the false figures, the “pork” deals, the pay-offs– this all makes that “majority” bit nullified, in the hearts of the people. Congress cheated. That’s the impression the “majority” of the people have. Check any poll, from any agency, on this Death Informed Bill (Health Reform Bill). The people DON’T WANT IT. Much more than half, last I checked.

    The represenation was false. I personally don’t see it as a matter of democracy or majority. We are a Republic. We have REPRESENTATIVES. A Democracy is what Communism grows out of. Everyone equal–in terms of materialism. That’s Marxism. Only a very few rule, with totalitarian wealth and authority. Everyone else is “equal.” That’s Barry boy’s aim.

    Cool is how we got where we are–with an alien African Communist in the White House.

  • 10 Thrasymachus // Mar 22, 2010 at 7:48 pm   

    America is no longer “a people.” We are a composite of nations. Unity is lacking, as is a fundamental culture. Most of that foundation has already been washed away. Who knows exactly what it means to be an American these days?

    Democracy can only truly work when the people are literate and informed and have a shared system of values. An assortment of different nations held together by force under a centralized government is only an empire. In our case, a socialist, neo-Marxist aggregation.

  • 11 David Yeagley // Mar 22, 2010 at 8:48 pm   

    We are unique, in that we have become an empire within our own borders.

    A showcase. An international bazaar. A multicultural buffet. A market place, really. Nothing more. The only thing people love is the goodies. There is no heartfelt vision for the meaning of the land; there is no love of country. There is only love of self.

    Love of country is a very, very special sense. Few have it these days. Media has blurred it. Culture has even perverted it.

  • 12 jo282271 // Mar 22, 2010 at 9:54 pm   

    Dr. Yeagley, How do you feel about the viability of some sort of seccesionist movement? I think if the bill is not repealed in its entirety that may be the only option. By the way, speaking of seccession… 10 days until confederate history month! Maybe the the American Indian tribes around the country will secceed with us like in the war between the states. also, Thrasymachus makes a good point. From now on I will refer to the U.S. as a country, I refuse to call it a nation because the people do not share a common culture. Multi-culturalism has destroyed this country and it’s all the third worlders who helped put Barry Soetero in office (along with guilty whites). Because of multi-culturalism our cities are toilet-holes and now couple this new healthcare entitlement with Barry’s next big peice of legislation (amnesty), we will become a third world country in just a matter of years. This isn’t going to end well. marxist countries always implode and when they do it’s devastating.
    God help us, unfortunatley it may be too late.

  • 13 Walksthrough // Mar 22, 2010 at 10:00 pm   

    Our country was formed as something more complex that simple majority rules. We were founded a Constitutional Republic. That is different from a majority-rules democracy. The rule of law, the separation of powers, these are principles from the Bible. The founders knew that this new Constitutional Republic would founder (sink, ka-pootzski!) absent a Bible-based faith and practice. Because “all men are liars,” (Psalms) we see that all the Dems are now proven liars, and the Pubs are suspect of same until they actually perform on their pledges to challenge, prosecute in court, and repeal this Big Nasty.

    The founders of this country had no idea how great it would become. They just knew what didn’t work…tyranny. Well, we got tyranny now. For now. Unless we keep our heads (good luck with that if shariah law is enacted, all you media doofuses) and get every Democrat and any sort of liberal lurking in the Republican party OUT of office for evermore. Let them then work at say, a shovel-ready job. On their work-release days.

    Lock and load the Constitutional law, Americans, not the guns. And no one should be an independent voter come November. That was part of the problem. Come November, what will you be independent of? your senses?

  • 14 Walksthrough // Mar 22, 2010 at 10:37 pm   

    There’s simply no reliance upon the method of democracy, the majority vote. It is like money or guns–wasted and deadly in the wrong application. Bad judgment coming from what? a lack of understanding. We get understanding from the Bible, and not as interpreted by godless new agers and con artists. The founders knew that God speaks to us through His Word. But if we do not as Americans of that heritage acknowledge the same, then we are leaning on our own understanding. And so, here we are, after having praised and trusted ad nauseum our institutions and our history, we see this loss.

    It’s NOT the economy, stupid. It’s WHO we are worshiping. It’s always been about that.

    Vote your brains out Republicans, but it will do no good absent national repentance. We are in deep trouble right now with our hand in Jerusalem’s business. Jerusalem belongs to God, and we imperil ourselves daily increasingly meddling and attempting to dictate its disposition.

    We Americans must unwaveringly know the difference is infinite between Jehovah and Allah. One is God, the other is not. We cannot go on without the God of the Bible, Jehovah, Who sent His Son Jesus Christ to die for our sins and Who was raised from the dead, oh, about this time of year, back in the day. Allah has no son, is nothing, and can do nothing for us. So why entreat the enemy?

  • 15 Walksthrough // Mar 22, 2010 at 10:51 pm   

    Last post for today. Thanks for listening.

    A final note, and it is repeated over and over by end times preachers.

    Zechariah 12:3 And in that day will I make Jerusalem a burdensome stone for all people: all that burden themselves with it shall be cut in pieces, though all the people of the earth be gathered together against it.

    Notice, the prophet doesn’t make any special exemptions, like “except the poor U.S.A., who just wanted to make things equal for everybody and not be embarrassed by the Jews.”

    Do you see the garden path we’re being led down? and how this health care smokescreen and subsequent loss of individual freedom and representation and the big fight that is about to ensue is only a fraction of our actual loss? That’s why I say, preach on all you blood-bought Christians. Don’t let it distract us from our first duty. We will thrive in worst environments, and our Champion has won. Persevere with patience.

  • 16 David Yeagley // Mar 23, 2010 at 9:25 am   

    I agree, it’s clearly a spiritual problem WThru. The difference between materialism and moral values. Materialism has the ascendency right now.

    Even the thought that the best healthcare in the world is a divine right–this is materialism at root. The Declaration says right to life, liberty, and pursuit of happiness (originally said, pursuit of “private property”). It does not say right to the best life, right to absolute liberty, or even equal opportunity to pursue happiness.

    Pelosi gave her Marxist testimony loud and clear. It was like the devil quoting scripture when she quoted the constitution.

  • 17 Gary DeLoriea // Mar 23, 2010 at 12:39 pm   

    First off the survival of Israel is not nor should it be a national priority. When the Soviet Union was still a force to be reckoned with support for Israel made sense. They supported the countries they wanted and we supported their enemies. As for this nonsense that the United states was created to defend Israel. Sorry to break it to you but i have 2 direct ancestors who fought in the American revolution.(Moses Harris senior and Junior) the last of which had a book written about him and nowhere in that book is Israel mentioned. Much of the support for Israel has to do with the holocost. While it was a tragedy it was the German Governments crime not ours. Also in my opinion weregilt has been paid already the descendants of the victims deserve nothing more than the rest of the reparation payments that the German government is paying out.
    As far as the fallacy of this country being founded on biblical principals. The basic form of this government as far as the legislative and executive branch goes was modeled on the old Iriquouis confederacy which was around before europeans landed in north america. the foundation of our court system is a hybrid of the old norse concept of Thing(Which disputed were argued and settled before 12 freeman. sound familiar) and the Roman conceept that a man is innocent until proven guilty. There is also the fact that many of the founding fathers were dieist. I wil leave you with some quotes from our dieist founding fathers
    “Religious bondage shackles and debilitates the mind and unfits it for every noble enterprise.”
    -letter to Wm. Bradford, April 1, 1774
    James Madison Primary author of the U.S constitution
    “This would be the best of all possible worlds, if there were no religion in it.”
    John Adams
    “Millions of innocent men, women and children, since the introduction of Christianity, have been burnt, tortured, fined, imprisoned; yet we have not advanced an inch towards uniformity. What has been the effect of coercion? To make one half the world fools, and the other half hypocrites. To support roguery and error all over the earth.”
    – “Notes on Virginia”
    Thomas Jefferson author Declaration of independence
    “. . . Some books against Deism fell into my hands. . . It happened that they wrought an effect on my quite contrary to what was intended by them; for the arguments of the Deists, which were quoted to be refuted, appeared to me much stronger than the refutations; in short, I soon became a thorough Deist.”
    Ben Franklin,
    Diplomat and quite possible the best scientific mind this country ever produced
    “What is it the New Testament teaches us? To believe that the Almighty committed debauchery with a woman engaged to be married; and the belief of this debauchery is called faith.”
    Thomas Paine
    Author of Common sense and The crisis
    Gary Deloriea
    Arfstoll church of Theodish belief

  • 18 David Yeagley // Mar 23, 2010 at 2:43 pm   

    GdL, not sure what your point is here. Your quote aren’t clear, either. And they are without reference. (Who said what, where, when, etc.)

    Israel’s a topic now in the news, but, nothing to do with this post that I can tell.

    Sounds like you’re basically trying to separate the Bible from American culture. (Also sounds like your a bit ‘high.’ Forgive me if I’m wrong.) The fathers are quoted as having said many different things. However, logistically speaking, this country (the colonies and those who formed into one nation) was most definitely founded on belief in the Bible and the Bible’s God. Only a most narrow, isolated reading of fragements would attempt to propose otherwise.

    It that’s the basis of America’s natural affinity with Israel, then, that’s the way it is. Not that I equate believe in the Bible with political alliance with Israel, but, the disposition is there.

  • 19 Sioux // Mar 23, 2010 at 5:03 pm   

    “When your home is a dream of the past…welcome to Indian country….”

    That’s where we all are at now in America. There is nowhere else to escape to if freedom, rule of law (presumption of innocence in court) and individual rights are your core beliefs. No other country in the world supports these ideals in totality. We truly do have to fight or it will all be lost and it’s our own fault.

  • 20 Walksthrough // Mar 23, 2010 at 5:20 pm   

    “Even the thought that the best healthcare in the world is a divine right–this is materialism at root. The Declaration says right to life, liberty, and pursuit of happiness (originally said, pursuit of “private property”). It does not say right to the best life, right to absolute liberty, or even equal opportunity to pursue happiness.”

    David, I think I get what you’re saying, but I’m not sure who is declaring the best health care in the world is a divine right. But our gripe is, based on government health care already in progress around the world, it necessitates a trip to the U.S. for those who can even get the opportunity. So the U.S. government cannot grant the best health care, just health care to those it approves.

    Is it actually less materialistic now to put the government-approved sick on our government-approved 4-cylinder donkeys and promise to pay the government-approved innkeeper for any further expenses he incurs for the government-approved sick one until we return to check on him? Should we rely upon faith healers now? Let them be the materialistic ones.

    If the government is promising us the best healthcare under their system, they are lying, because not every one will receive it. If the private sector is promising the best healthcare under their system, they are lying because business acumen demands some will not receive it. It’s just that the best healthcare is available in the U.S., but the liberal’s desire is to crush anything about the U.S. that casts an overwhelming shadow on his worldview.

    Which system wants to put you in jail for complaining?

  • 21 David Yeagley // Mar 23, 2010 at 5:55 pm   

    Well, it is quite clear from scripture that that Lord who made us wants us to be a healthy as possible in this cursed world. Our cooperation is but a gesture of our appreciation of His sovereignty. I think the best of religion, the greatest sacrifice, is but a gesture. We can scare do better.

    I just can’t get the idea that perfect healthcare is a divine right. Pelosi believes it is a “right,” and she quoted the Declaration of Independence (with all the depth of a sixth-grader) as her basis for saying that. It is a civil right, the Communist Democrats are all saying.

    I know that, when you’re sick, you certainly want the best healthcare. Some people are honestly sick. Others have self-induced, self-inflicted wounds. Are they deserving of the best? when they have squandered their opportunities for some vice?

    I don’t know. Do criminals deserve to be treated at all?

  • 22 Thrasymachus // Mar 24, 2010 at 2:50 pm   

    When I was a child I used to listen to a Bible radio program called “Thru the Bible with Dr. J. Vernon McGee.”

    Though Dr. McGee was a conservative, he tried to keep politics out of his teaching — and was generally successful.

    On the subject of Israel, he stated his personal belief that the present return in 1948 was NOT the final return of the people, as prophesied in Scripture.

    If I remember correctly (this being so many years ago!), his conclusion was that the return of the Israel people to the Promised Land would be miraculous and unquestioned. There would be absolutely no opposition to it from any quarter. It would be entirely peaceful and uncontested. It would be anything but what we are seeing in the mid-East today.

    This does not at all mean that Dr. McGee was anti-Israel (he sponsored many trips to the Holy Land). He just did not consider this present return the one spoken of in Biblical prophesy.

  • 23 Thrasymachus // Mar 24, 2010 at 2:56 pm   

    Also, I am wondering if the Jews are the only people of the Ancient Israelites?

    There were twelve (and from one point of view THIRTEEN, as Ephraim and Manasseh were both reckoned tribes at one point, I believe) tribes. Judah (the Jews) can only be one of the tribes (or two, if you go by the Kingdom of Judah).

    God promised Abraham that he would be the father of many nations. Just how this works out in History is an unresolved question for me.

  • 24 MariaAnastasia // Mar 24, 2010 at 9:19 pm   

    Thras, Dr Yeagley, others:

    This is what you do re: the Medicaid scandal Thras spoke of. I have some experience with this because I had to take care of my elderly mother before she passed on, and fortunately she did not go into a nursing home (though for a while it looked as if she might):

    When you are relatively young (50-55), take any and all spare money you have that you would like to leave to your children/grandchildren, and convert it into gold (bullion, numismatics, etc), though numismatics are safer since they don’t require any SS number when you go to sell them, hence no IRS involvement. Because Medicaid has a 5 yr lookback, doing this in your 50s should be well before you ever need nursing home care, under usual circumstances (most ppl go into nursing homes beginning in their early 80s).

    Also, if you own any real estate, without removing your name from it, add the name of one of your children as a co-owner. This way Medicaid cannot take the home as long as their name remains on it too…and if they end up in any legal trouble, no liens can be placed against the property as long as YOUR name is still on it.

    The main thing is to do all of this before you reach the usual age for nursing home care (early 80s). That way it will be well before the Medicaid lookback period, which is 60 months currently (Medicaid will “look back” for 5 years after someone applies for a Medicaid grant for nursing home care, to see if, in that 5 years, they gave any money or RE away. If they did, Medicaid will want it returned/given to them.)

    That is how you insure an inheritance for your children.

    (Note: Currently non-countable assets include a car, jewelry, artwork and personal items..something else to keep in mind.)

  • 25 MariaAnastasia // Mar 24, 2010 at 9:23 pm   

    I forgot to mention: when you convert your fiat currency (that you want to leave for an inheritance to your kids) into whatever form of gold you prefer, DO NOT store it in a safe deposit box (upon your death, the box cannot be opened even by the executor, without an IRS agent there to inventory the contents.)

    Also do not store it in a gold repository; similar reasons as the safe deposit box, plus the govt can freeze any assets you do not personally keep in your posession.

    The best thing to do is store it in a safe WELL hidden in your home. Give the combination to your estate attorney, who is to give it to your children when you pass on (if, say, you have two children, get two small safes with two separate combos. Have the lawyer give each child the combo to ‘their’ safe.)

  • 26 Thrasymachus // Mar 26, 2010 at 2:06 pm   

    Thank you, MariaAnastasia!

    May you be forever blessed for your kindness!

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