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Obama Must Go

by David Yeagley · November 13, 2012 · 30 Comments ·

Never mind Hillary or Holder. It is the president, Obama, who must go, just like he said Gaddafi must go, and Mubarak must go.

Four more years of historical fantasies from professional conservative and Republican talkers? Four more years of bending over, folding, and caving in? Four more years of false hopes of reform, improvement, and vain hopes of resurgent patriotism? Four more years of surreal America?

The American Revolution, 1776, will it happen again?

There won’t be anything left that’s really American. The last four years demonstrate that conservatism is weak and unreliable. Why? They’re trying to play by Democrat rules. The steady Democrat drone of tyranny advances every day. Because of Republican cowardice in the form of political correctness, conservative American leaders cannot resist the stagnant tide of Democrat propaganda and overtly anti-religious secularism. Republicans cannot call reality by its real name. They must use the prescribed Democrat liberal vocabulary. Since Democrat liberals won the war on words decades ago, when no one was even looking, Republicans awake only to slavery.

Endless new regulations will inundate American life until it becomes a different life altogether. Media has doped the population with propaganda so that many people (at least 51%) won’t even know it. Indeed, they will think they like it.

Rebuke without consequence, is a fatal waste. Condemnation, without appropriate correction, is lethal vanity. Lamentation, without redemption, is mockery. The truth, unenforced, becomes a curse to those who cherish it.

The American Civil War, 1861-65, can it happen again?

The cynical imposter in the White House (“Harrison J. Bounell,” according to yet another discovery from May 24, 2011) has shown repeatedly, and lately triumphantly, that he despises America, and that the Democrat liberal machine which hired him, will have this country enslaved within the next four years. We shall be sold to the Chinese in economic subjugation. He committed murder of American servicemen in Benghazi, lied about it, and then allowed an act of war to be committed against America in Persian Gulf international waters. This he did, in order to win the election. This is did, to say nothing of incalculable voter fraud in Florida, Ohio, and Pennsylvania, and in the military. The media has served him all the way. The media is complicit therefore in treason, and in murder of four Americans in Benghazi.

All this, without consequence. Clinton’s crimes are becoming out-matched by the present administrator.

There is no sacrifice the Democrat liberals and Barry Soetoro are not willing to make to bring America down. The time is ripe for the denigration of our national status. The Democrat liberals and their resident ambassador of evil will stop at nothing in their quest for global power. The United States simply has to be brought down, moved aside, “the bubble of supremacy” popped, that the most elite globalists can rule the world their way.

There are no more clearer signs, no more obvious evidence–until the day when our guns are confiscated, and the name of Christ is forbidden in public, and any visual indication of the Judeo-Christian faith is removed from public view.

Republicans are powerless. Conservative talkers are diarrhetic with senseless mummery. A drone of aimless rebuke, condemnation, and lamentation is our daily diet from the Right.

There is no enforcement of right. Congress, the Supreme Court, and the presidency, have all failed. They have compromised, stepped over the line, turned their heads, looked the other way, covered up, and just plain lied, to the point now that they are powerless to accomplish right. They are incapable of turning it around. The sway of evil is overwhelming. Our government is lost.

There are only three possible ways to change directions which, historically, have been resorted to by populations under extreme pressure: 1) a military coup; 2) secession; and 3) revolution. Right now, it seems like No. 2, secession, is the one more people are talking about. That one seems more “legal”-oriented. We say don’t like violence in our streets–unless it’s on a video game, in a movie, or drug-related. We write off those forms of violence as inevitable. The legal profession glories in court, so secession might get some serious attention.

Whatever we do to save the country, it cannot be prepared through mass communication of any kind. And what we do bring off, it won’t be covered by profession media.

The Democrat craze for incredulity continues. In four years, the Democrat machine will be forever enshrined in Washington. All thought of remedy must generate from realms outside the political process. Patriots must speak another language, an older language. A louder, clearer language.

Change will cost dearly, this time. If we are to have it, the return to America will cost everything we have.

Posted by David Yeagley · November 13, 2012 · 4:43 pm CT · ·

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  • 1 David Yeagley // Nov 13, 2012 at 5:27 pm   

    W.H. Petition Calls for Stripping Citizenship and Exile for Anyone Who Signs Petition to Secede

    In case anyone wondered whether the Democrats are paying attention to the public reactions to their efforts in tyranny.

  • 2 Sioux // Nov 13, 2012 at 6:43 pm   

    Well, isn’t that special ! Guess the Patriots’ enemies had that petition waiting on the front burner knowing that Barry Soeotoro was going to falsely win a 2nd term (that makes me wretch to even write those words) and people would be enraged.

    I am not for secession because it just delays the inevitable revolution and violence…this bunch will not let any productive citizen go anywhere peacefully. FEMA work camps, yes,that would be fine. Asserting Constitutional rights to overthrow this bunch of criminals…now them’s fightin’ words.

  • 3 Sioux // Nov 13, 2012 at 7:57 pm   

    I just read that an FBI informant contacted two Republican dufus (Reichert and Cantor) to give them information about the Petraeus/Betrayus debacle a few weeks before the election. These brilliant turkeys figured that they should just take this news to FBI director Mueller – who obviously knew all about it and was burying it.

    So what are we to make of these idiots who not only betrayed this poor FBI agent who was trying to do the right thing, but who betrayed the American people by withholding game changing information. I am more and more convinced that all members of Congress are traitors except for maybe 10 (at the most).

    I despise Cantor as much as Boehner…these shills for the invisible Wizard of Oz.

  • 4 zephyr // Nov 13, 2012 at 9:10 pm   

    In keeping with the disappearance of the national anthem, PA has banned playing it at high school hockey games.

  • 5 Sioux // Nov 13, 2012 at 10:12 pm   

    Z- can they just do that? No player or parental dissent?

  • 6 zephyr // Nov 13, 2012 at 10:54 pm   

    Apparently libs can do anything and no one calls them on it. Can they just ignore Congress? Yes. Can the SEIU in Michigan just create a daycare union and auto-enroll every daycare worker? Legally, no, but since when does that stop them from doing anything?

    Chaos and destruction. That’s all they know.

  • 7 Thrasymachus // Nov 14, 2012 at 5:20 am   

    This article is very insightful and contains some important truths.

    The only solution to “restore the country” would require a revolution (option #3 above.) But a revolution from outside the political establishment — the government — is not possible. The government has the fire-power to crush any revolution — and it would be impossible to have the public rhetoric necessary to galvanize the population and organize the desired regime change.

    The American People are ALREADY enslaved. Psychologically. What will most likely be taking place is, as in the former Soviet Union, some seventy odd years of Tyranny, which may then fall under the weight of its own corruption. (Of course, I do NOT have the gift of prophecy.)

    I know that people here aren’t going to like the following statement of my personal opinion — but it is just an opinion. Please be patient with a dissenter!

    The Republicans have failed us because they chose Plutocratic Rule over the legitimate interests of the working and middle class citizens. They did not, in their hearts, care about their voter base, and thus they lost them. Romney lost because his natural base had no faith in him, believing him to be a traitor to their best interests.

    The last chance of salvation for the U.S. — from a conservative point of view — was the FIRST time when Ross Perot ran. Although I may not have agreed with him on certain issues, he was a smart enough business man to understand the rudimentary economics required to sustain a country — such as not spending more than you take in. Perot was, rightly, opposed to globalization, to open free trade between unequal markets (= the offshoring of U.S. jobs), to the policy of increasing forced racial integration in the schools through abolishing the rule of district residency requirement and granting government vouchers, thus opening the districts to competition for students, to district consolidation in some places, and to bringing the dreadful problems of the inner city into the suburban, mostly white, school districts.

    In my opinion, the U.S. is being dissolved and the people are being “taken captive” in their own home towns and communities.

    Redistribution of populations, of races, of religions, of cultures, of wealth — all the redistributions that make for a global government — are swiftly developing and can only snowball into the nightmare of George Orwell’s 1984.

    Just as “Only God can help black people where they are” (the Rev. David Manning), only Divine Intervention could possibly save the U.S.

    [The media demonstrated their politics and their immense power and intentions by removing Hank Williams Jr. from broadcast television simply for expressing his dissatisfaction with the political status quo. They deliberately LIED about him and defamed him to accomplish that end. That was no slight happening; this was no fluke. Rather, it was the purest evidence of the deliberate and total INTOLERANCE for conservatism that has now seized the country by the throat and is going for the kill.]

  • 8 David Yeagley // Nov 14, 2012 at 9:53 am   

    Thrasymachus, those are some of the most insightful, wise, and historically accurate comments ever made on–for which I thank you profusely.

  • 9 Bonus Gift // Nov 14, 2012 at 10:22 am   

    Thrasy, Z, Sioux, and DY I agree and see it similarly. Excuse my French, but yes we are beyond trouble and in deep poo-poo. As I am on the road now, I normally I wouldn’t respond, or even read, online stuff, but these are odd times indeed, and I make an exception. So here I sit many miles from home on a borrowed computer in a public space feeling the need to agree with four people I have no argument with (as that alone is rare for me indeed, if not a sign) and let you know it, for what it’s worth anyway.

    I have a business partner who is just that kind of guy (and keeps in touch with people) you were just honoring, and we/they have discussed such things and while the odds are against us/them and that in the end we may all continue to just sit back stupefied by events and the trajectory of ourselves and especially the country, don’t throw in the towel. Although, I do keep reminding myself that it is almost pure evil we are dealing with at this stage of the game. Also, I do think that economic collapse is now happening (remember, and unlike war, “economic collapse is a process” and not so much an event). Anyway, yes, it is bad but we cannot give up as we will never know how close we are to a revolution actually happening (whatever the form it takes in these times). And, although, I would never actively make things worse to play what would seem to be a “shoot the moon” strategy after being dealt a lousy hand in the game of Hearts, I suspect that is not a bad analogy to what is happening now. I am tired and rambling, to the point: F the RINOs (sorry about my French again) and the horse they didn’t even bother to ride in on. Both, that’s right both parties need to visit the ‘dustbin of history’ and I hope that the economic shock that the communist media sheltered people from during the election cycle (and the RINOs were too stupid to even try to exploit) will wake enough true Patriots up that we can get the ball rolling. Remember, revolutions require a few percent that are dedicated; we can be realistic but let’s not give up in the face of evil especially while the economic chickens come home to roost.

  • 10 Thrasymachus // Nov 14, 2012 at 11:13 am   

    Merci bien, monsieur, pour ces gentils mots. J’en suis reconnaissant.

  • 11 David Yeagley // Nov 14, 2012 at 11:17 am   

    BG, how about the “American Party,” or “Patriot Party”? A new party do you suggest? If both Republican and Democrat are failed, then what’s left? There is a Constitution Party. How about a “Secession Party”?

    Glen Beck has been blasting the secessionist, like, “You want another Civil War?” This is disappointing from Beck. It is sophomoric dramatism. Secession is a synonym of civil war. It would be a financial arrangement of some kind. That’s all.

    I’m quite curious about it. It seems the only thing large numbers of people are talking about.

  • 12 zephyr // Nov 14, 2012 at 1:46 pm   

    DHS just purchased another 750 million rounds of ammo.

    Even Reuters is questioning the stockpile.

    ” . . . millions of rounds of high-powered ammo, stealth surveillance craft and an army of heavily armored federal agents is all for your own security.”

    Does anyone really think the feds will tolerate secession?

  • 13 zephyr // Nov 14, 2012 at 2:36 pm   

    BG: “it is almost pure evil we are dealing with at this stage of the game.” No kidding.

    Over the past couple years, I find myself returning to Eph 6 time and time again as my frame of reference:

    ” . . . our struggle is not against flesh and blood, but against the rulers, against the powers, against the world forces of this darkness, against the spiritual forces of wickedness in the heavenly places.”

    Really a very scary verse if you think about it. Which is why my companion vs is always James 4.7-8:

    “Submit therefore to God. Resist the devil and he will flee from you. Draw near to God and He will draw near to you . . . ”

    It amazes me how deceived ppl are, and there are no doubt more deceptions to come. Satan has managed to keep most of us deceived; not with just a lie here or there, but with deception of such depth and breadth that some lies–like the character of Islam and the fiendish work of the UN–have been hidden from the general public for decades or centuries.

    It seems like God is slowly revealing Satan’s handiwork. Yet, I’m stymied by how few churches these days call for repentance–not just on a national scale, which some are doing–but on an individual level. Repentance and submission are really our only hope.

    It also explains why all of our battles for the right–for honesty, integrity, truth–are lost on a daily basis. Not necessarily our personal battles, which we can win if we submit to Christ–but the battles that play out on a public and national scale. As God’s Spirit is withdrawing from the earth (not from individuals), more lawlessness is revealed.

    Despite the best intentions of the Tea Party and conservatives, we still can’t seem to gain a foothold against evil. Communism–as satanic as it gets–seems to win every time.

    From here on out, I think we must be content to hold firmly to God ourselves and not expect much in the way of righteousness on earth. Few ppl are interested and only the Holy Spirit can turn their hearts now.

    Most ppl think I’m crazy when I talk like this. I’ve been told by two Obama-supporting Christian friends just this past week–now former friends, by their choice–that I just shouldn’t ever talk about politics or religion.

    I’m sure that would make Satan very happy. For a Christian to tell another Christian not to mention religion–just keep silent, bec they happen to disagree with me–is beyond comprehension. Frankly, I wonder what kind of spiritual life they have, if any. If we learn anything at all from Noah, it is that the final message before the earth is destroyed must not be swept under the rug.

    “Repent, for the kingdom of heaven is at hand.” (Matt 3.2)

  • 14 David Yeagley // Nov 14, 2012 at 2:51 pm   

    Not talking means liberalism, Communism, Islam, and Satanism. These cruelties disallow resistance.

    I asked an Iranian soccer friend of mine once, “What is a ‘good’ Muslim?” He hesitated a moment, then said, “You shut up!!”

    Quite simply.

  • 15 Worst_of_Times // Nov 14, 2012 at 7:27 pm   

    Revolution is certain; it is inevitable. How it will play out, of course, is anyone’s guess. I do think it will not be one of the three forms as such, but a combination, perhaps 3 followed by 1, but there are many possibilities. I think 2 is the least likely but it may precede 3. Who knows?

    The point is that the people can only take so much and the over-class has become so arrogant and contemptuous it is rapidly becoming intolerable. This is not N. Korea — yet — no matter how much our masters wish it were. Starving, impoverished, despairing people will fight no matter how much ammunition the State stockpiles.

    My big concern is that this revolution will be far closer to the French model than the original American revolution. Which leads to a serious question: How a constitutional republic is to be recovered once the over-class is defeated, should that be the result?

    For those interested in predictions regarding future American unrest, I urge you to google the word “Cliodynamics” and read what comes up. Draw your own conclusions. For myself, I think this is going to be a rough decade and a lot of people are going to die.

  • 16 Sioux // Nov 14, 2012 at 8:52 pm   

    Thras, you outdid yourself tonight -Bravo!!! BG- I agree with your action words on the RINOs – unfortunately all but a few are RINOs. They’ve sold out to the Devil and are not to be trusted.

    When we lost the right to Free Association, we lost America.

    I just read some interesting things on Ann Barnhardt’s website – she just posted her 8 part Youtube on “The Economy is Imploding” – about 2-1/2 hours total, which I am half way thru. Here is the link to an amazing Primer of when the SHTF:

  • 17 Sioux // Nov 14, 2012 at 10:39 pm   

    When asked “What would Jesus do?” we are reminded that Freaking out and Flipping Tables is a viable option.

  • 18 AlembicProcess // Nov 14, 2012 at 11:45 pm   

    David Yeagley thank you for your words. To those who have commented thoughtful responses instead of chaotic reactions.
    I’ve been over on the blaze and a few other sites, but one person posted to come look at this site and I did.
    I want to thank all of you for posting your thoughts where I might listen to your conversation and more importantly a discussion on a matter of great concern to us all.

  • 19 theShadow // Nov 15, 2012 at 12:02 am   

    Sioux , “Freaking out and Flipping Tables” is what got Jesus crucified.

  • 20 Asaph // Nov 15, 2012 at 9:03 am   

    Post #7 (and others) are positions Ron Paul has stipulated and espoused for almost 40 years now. They are contained in his farewell address.

    As far as Beck … like all of them their own personal biases render them useless to doing anything which would actually change things. Beck has put down energy put into dealing with the eligibility issues as useless. Because of that point, alone, Beck became useless. He constantly touts Washington, Jefferson, other founders, sacrifices and pledges of honor and sacred duty, even life itself, then he goes on radio and says, Are you crazy? You that signed these petitions have just put yourself on the government list of names to watch out for.

    Beck, Limbaugh, Hannity, all of them, even Boortz. They all chose radio and money over civil service. Perhaps because each knows they would have lost election attempts in the areas they live in.

    There is a coming backlash. It has already begun, but as Ron Paul stated in his farewell address, the Founders knew Americanism can only work with a virtuous and moral people. Based on that, America is lost.

    So, like Zephyr states, it is now an individual experience. Collective political experience can no longer accomplish anything for sound and even short term change.

    Washington is corrupt. Churches are corrupt. As it was in the days of Noah so shall it be when Christ returns – total corruption then, widespread, just about total corruption now.

  • 21 Chato1 // Nov 15, 2012 at 1:56 pm   

    Notice how emboldened black Barry has become now that he’s been reelected? His fawning bootlickers in the press have no shame.

  • 22 David Yeagley // Nov 15, 2012 at 2:01 pm   

    And there’s no real question about voter fraud. The country (those in charge) have all accepted the mild sway of Satan. Why, it’s really not that bad. It’s all good. We’re fine. In fact, it’s wonderful.

  • 23 Sioux // Nov 15, 2012 at 6:01 pm   

    Shadow- lots of things contributed to Jesus’s sentence to die on the Cross, including flipping those tables…he wouldn’t have had it any other way, n’est ce pas?

  • 24 David Yeagley // Nov 15, 2012 at 8:29 pm   

    Jesus sustained a dimension of the miraculous for nearly three years. I’d say that’s bending reality beyond what humanity can endure. People didn’t know what to think of Him, or how to relate to Him, or what to do with Him.

    It’s easy to read about Him, 2,000 years later, with a history of believers before us, institutions, national identities, all Christian, mind you.

    What was it like, then? What was it like to be around Him? What kind of a man was he?

  • 25 Asaph // Nov 16, 2012 at 6:24 am   

    Of course, Israel had the history of great miracles the modern era does not have.

    The people heard Him gladly, they flocked to Him. They tried to make Him King. It was the leaders who would not tolerate His ministry, for obvious reasons.

    Anyone who exposes hypocrisy and corruption of an institution is despised and rejected.

    And fear of men leads people to look away from those who stand up against hypocrisy and corruption lest they, too, wind up in the same boat.

    Nothing new under the sun.

  • 26 Thrasymachus // Nov 16, 2012 at 8:31 am   


    I had a history professor who said, in so many words, “Back when the movies were fairly harmless, the churches complained loudly and bitterly about motion picture “immorality.” Now that there really is something to complain about, the churches are silent.”

  • 27 Bonus Gift // Nov 16, 2012 at 8:31 am   

    Asaph: I completely agree about Beck. I used to follow him at Fox until he did the “not worth the effort… crazy talk” thing about Barry. For me, he’s become a media RINO.

    Worst_of_Times: Not to play word games/semantic games on you, but, sadly in my mind at least, revolution is not certain. What seems almost certain (nothing being certain, by definition) is economic collapse. I haven’t seen the Barnhardt bit Sioux is referring to but I agree (I will try to watch it Sioux). Remember, unlike war economic collapse tends to be a process. For example, the “Great Depression” was only recognized as such after it was all over (i.e., after WWII), whereas you would have had to have the sensory perception of a rotten tomato or a communist not to know the country was at war during WWII. Most people hung on every report from the front, but not so the economy. The rot in the economy, and as Ron Paul has pointed out, can minimally be traced back to Nixon removing us from the “gold standard” (not exactly a pure gold standard at the time, but you get the idea). My own forecast is that it will be that event that will either trip enough into the active patriot camp and set the spark, or not (think that the frogs begin jumping out of the pot just before it hits boil). In that sense, it has begun and we better hope and pray it delivers us from evil and doesn’t result in an even more zombified country. Again, we don’t need everyone to wake up, just a core; and I expect the economic disaster at hand is our best chance to turn a poo-poo sandwich into something better and that we on at least DY’s website might recognize as that thing we used to have before the communists took it over and turned it into a nightmare.

    As always, never give up.

  • 28 Thrasymachus // Nov 16, 2012 at 8:56 am   


    I think that we’re in this dire situation because the WASP and the Germanic American population has sacrificed its identity — including each one his PERSONAL identity — to the point where there just isn’t a crystal-clear, sharp, and focused idea of WHO an American is. America in 1965 proclaimed that anyone from anywhere in the world can relocate to the US and become an “American.” Any person could shed his history and become “American.” It is extremely difficult to defend, with one’s blood and sacred honor, such an abstraction.

    Our chief difficulty is that We the People simply do not know who we are anymore. We do not have shared roots in a common history. At least not nearly as much so as we once did.

  • 29 Bonus Gift // Nov 16, 2012 at 10:03 am   

    Thrasy: I agree; “demography is destiny.” I just read a piece where BY’s favorite (Ann Coulter) just blurted this out. Good for her. Yes, the whole “proposition nation” vs. blood nation thing was a huge mistake. Men don’t generally fight for propositions as much for each other and their kin. Even some of the founders wanted to, for example, limit the number of Germans (I think it was the original “Pennsylvania Dutch” – who were actually not Dutch but Germans from Germany and Switzerland) because they noticed that some were not assimilating to their liking (and possibly bad memories of the Hessians). They were right to be concerned; and why even chance such a thing? Anyway, yes indeed the communists have largely elected a new people by effectively genociding the founding stock Americans (American Indian tribes and original Dutch, French & Spanish settlers included). BTW, my last name is an Americanized German word. This is largely unprecedented in human history that ostensibly stronger tribes have been guilt tripped into effective genocide of themselves and related groups (sorry about that DY).

    I still think (and maybe I just want to believe) that there is still a core group of Americans that can still constitute a viable core; but it would require many of the invaders to go back to where they came from. The data just doesn’t support the notion that the bulk can be assimilated, at any cost (e.g., blacks and mestizo “Hispanics” just overwhelmingly go communist and seem to never act as part of the core of America). As bad as it sounds, we need an economic collapse to rival the Great Depression to get the ball rolling (BTW, I expect it will be worse). Few remember, but during that period rampant immigration to depress wages was stopped and many European immigrants (really the only kind at the time) left and went back home. Essentially we need to stop 3rd world immigration cold and begin to reverse it. Given the executive orders essentially legalizing illegal immigration we really need a economic collapse. Ironically, this is the one area Barry and his fellow travelers seem up to the task.

  • 30 Bonus Gift // Nov 17, 2012 at 12:58 am   

    BY: Regarding the 3rd party question, what can I add that probably each of us hasn’t agonized over? Me personally, as I’ve mentioned I have come to the point that the “throwing away your vote” argument seems more and more a canard or red herring. Each of us must choose, but I’ve chosen to do what I can for the likes of the Constitution Party and Ron Paul. As I’ve mentioned the RINOs are in control of the Republican Party and a light version of evil is still evil. Ironically, the MIAC report may be right that killing and capturing anyone that voted for Ron Paul of Chuck Baldwin might do the trick. In short, for me the Constitution Party really represents a Patriotic platform but 3rd parties are largely shunted aside by the powers that be. Also, I forget whether it’s Z or Sioux, but I agree that we only have roughly ten Congressmen that Patriots can count on. In my mind I just keep coming back to the JFK quote concerning governments that don’t allow peaceful revolution will get violent revolution.

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