Saturday, November 13, 2010

Overthrow Competition

Some folks are complaining about the Soros Plan to overthrow the US Government.

The country has already been overthrown:

"The Latin American drug cartels have stretched their tentacles much deeper into our lives than most people believe. It's possible they are calling the shots at all levels of government." - William Colby, former CIA Director, 1995
Soros is just in competition with the current owners.

Cross Posted at Classical Values

5 comments:

Kerry said...

If each human has a human spirit (rational soul), created in the image of the All-Knowing, All-Loving Creator, then we humans have the ability to KNOW and to LOVE.

We can know, therefore, that this 'War' is being fought for the hearts and minds of ALL HUMANS, and on one side are the drug-sellers, the life-suckers, the organizers and re-distributors... arrayed against The Army of Light, marked in Scriptures throughout time as 'The Meek', suffering quietly under the heel of Soros, the drug-lords and others pandering to the baser instincts of our Better Angels...

And we can LOVE that, any day now, the internet will ring with the joyous cheers of The Meek, as WE inherit the earth, rid ourselves of drug dependencies and big-money overlords, and 'rejoice in the peace thereof'...

Whether or not we're Baha'is

Phil said...

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M. Simon said...

Phil's Blog

Reliapundit said...

HEH. GOOD ONE.

U AND I DISAGREE ABOUT DRUGS.

I SEE THE LEGALIZATION EFFORT BY THE LEFT AS PART OF THEIR GRAMSCIAN EFFORT.

THAT'S WHAT O\T WAS ALL ABOUT BACK WHEN I USED DRUGS:

"TURN ON TUNE IN DROP OUT" WAS A POSTMODERN LEFTIST MOTTO/EFFORT TO OVERTHROW OUR SOCIETY AND REPLACE IT WITH A SOCIALIST ONE.

SOROS SUPPORTS THE GRAMSCIANS.

luvya!

M. Simon said...

RP,

The question is then: why did Buckley and Friedman support legalization? Why did Friedman call the Drug War a moral outrage.

A question you haven't addressed is what is in it for Soros?

The second question is (and depending on your answer it may answer the first): is the US a narco democracy? Was Colby right?

One indication: a lack of a border fence. Another recently passed bit of legislation for National Nature Preserve areas (Park Police) on the border.

We no longer go after drug gangs with the intensity we did in the 1980s. How can you tell? Look at the decline in the murder rate. Turf wars after big busts always result in a spike in murders. At least that is what the FBI told my town around '87 after a big bust that took down a whole gang. They haven't done that here since. And it isn't because we don't have drugs, gangs, or a DEA office (Our Cong. Critter brought one to town after the big bust. It has been relatively dormant. Lots of Street Murders make people upset.)

So yeah. The narcos control. And they will continue to control. The Mexican example is too fresh. That sort of thing is bad for business. Not just the drug business.

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Just look at the history of the narco gangs in Chicago. Joel Fort is a good name to start with. Also Blackstone Rangers.

And a black guy from the South Side of Chicago is now President.

Ayres is interesting but may be a side show. What is Obama's connection to Chicago gangs? Look into it. It might be good for a blog post.

BTW you can defeat the Gramscians easily. Make the Republicans the gay Party. Make them the legalization Party.

Did I mention Ron Paul? He does not get geo-politics. But domestic policy? I'm near 100% accord with him.

And the Republican Liberty Caucus.

I've got a new post coming up on the subject of Drugs. Based on an article from a right magazine. Keep your eye out Sunday.