Anyone Who Doesn’t Love the Dictator Obama is Crazy

In the old Soviet Union one method the communists used to put down political dissent was official oppression under the guise of mental health.  If you were the kind of person who could find fault with the communist regime, you were considered mentally deranged.  The state would take you into custody and send you to a facility for reeducation, which consisted of a cocktail of mind altering drugs, electroshock treatment, and the occasional torture session.  When you left the facility specifically designed to correct your mental deficiency, you once again believed in the communist ideals and could not speak out against the government as you could not get the words past your numb tongue and the drool running out of your mouth.

The communist insurgency within the United States, following the school shooting in Connecticut, are on the bandwagon calling for massive new powers within their government psychiatric cabal.

It is interesting to note that it has eventually been found out that every mass shooter has been involved with psychiatrists and prescribed psychotropic mind altering pharmaceuticals.  It is kind of the chicken and egg dilemma.  Did the psychosis lead to the psychiatrists and the psychotropic drugs or did the psychiatrists and the psychotropic drugs lead to the psychosis?

The US Mangela wannabes are now seeking to identify potential psychosis through arbitrary monitoring of our population as a whole.  Along with an attempt for gun confiscation, we are going to see an attempt to grant sweeping new powers to the socialist psychiatric community.

If they find, or it is reported to them, that a person has made a suspicious comment and they believe the person who made the comment is not, how should I say this, “thinking correctly” according to predetermined open subject matter standard that they will define and redefine as they go along, they will have the power acting under Sections 1021 and 1022 of the National Defense Authorization Act to take that person into custody and hold them indefinitely on nothing more than their expert opinion, which cannot be challenged by any court.

And of course, any person who makes a comment indicating that communists have instituted a dictatorship in the United States, will be automatically diagnosed as delusional and taken away for treatment.  You know, like the dictator Stalin did to the Russians who disagreed with him.

God bless the Republic, death to the international corporate mafia, we shall prevail.

11 thoughts on “Anyone Who Doesn’t Love the Dictator Obama is Crazy

    1. The problem was giving the sole power to print all dollars and all currencies to the private zionist banking families as a debt which is backed by hard assets.

      As the debt grows, the assets available grow less and poverty follows just as night follows day.

      The way back is to reverse this situation. That is why the Constitution must be followed rather than blame individuals or religions.

  1. I agree Henry. The NWO have ALL power, humans are just a Goyim and are offensive to them. In Russia under their control it was punishable by death to make anti semitic remarks. All Power corrupts and being a Goyim ie. being an offensive one, it is required is that you carry the mark of the beast (the mark of an offensive one).

    Most are brainwashed into stupidity and so they do not recognize this reality and they chatter it away, they watch their young kids, invalids and seniors forced to strip at airports. They support presidential drone killings, they cannot read yet alone think about USS Liberty or make the connection with 911, they foolishly think that NWO quantitative easing will somehow lead to their own economic good, they stand in line to vote for the greatest of all evils and cannot begin to understand that the soul of humanity is dying.

    To carry the mark of the beast you must at a very minimum behave and must think as conditioned that you are as less that human.

  2. “Anyone Who Doesn’t Love the Dictator Obama is Crazy”

    Are you saying, I’m crazy?

    Reminds me of the song, “Crazy” by Gnarls Barkley

    “I remember when
    I remember, I remember when I lost my mind
    There was something so pleasant about that place
    Even your emotions have an echo in so much space

    And when you’re out there, without care
    Yeah, I was out of touch
    But it wasn’t because I didn’t know enough
    I just knew too much

    Does that make me crazy?
    Does that make me crazy?
    Does that make me crazy?

    And now that you are having the time of your life
    Well think twice
    That’s my only advice

    Come on now
    Who do you
    Who do you
    Who do you
    Who do you think you are?
    Ha ha ha
    Bless your soul
    You really think you’re in control?

    I think you’re crazy
    I think you’re crazy
    I think you’re crazy
    Just like me

    My heroes had the heart
    To live the life I wanna live
    And all I remember is thinking
    I wanna be like them
    Ever since I was little
    Ever since I was little, it looked like fun
    And as no coincidence I’ve come
    And I can die when I’m done

    Maybe I’m crazy
    Maybe you’re crazy
    Maybe we’re crazy

    Great song!

        1. Yea I still know war pigs but I realy have experienced that ” Mk” crazy train, and I still like that song. – Ya know 40 – 50 yr.s later ya know, and I`m proud of it hahaha – and they did not win. Might be why I do not think like they want me to but they did not win!!!, far as I know anyway!!!!!!!!!!! Good things/people never change!!

  3. We tend to forget that this is exactly what Orwell predicted when he named his dictator “Big Brother”

    Since then the term ‘big brother’ has rightly come to be synonymous with tyranny and the police state, however, the original connotation was that of a leader who is so lovable and familial that anyone who disliked him was suspected of being warped. Orwell was trying to tell us that in order to have a police state, the elite would have to have an affable face to hide behind.

  4. Part of Solzhenitsyn’s explanation of why the Soviet system went on and on was that if you were to question why someone was arrested then you were implying that the system was not PERFECT–that is, the system could make a mistake, which of course meant that then you yourself were politically or mentally defective and mistaken and had to be purged from the perfect system.

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