Monday, September 29, 2014

The Nobel Puppet

Seems America has an open engagement with bombing nations now. It is not if we are bombing, just where. We are still in Afghanistan, but that only receives coverage on page 17. The War Party gets what it wants, and military industrial complex spending stays high. Bombing and no boots on the ground gives us that fake feeling of not really being at war, just dropping bombs. With what we are doing with air power and supplying people to now fight ISIS (which we supplied the last few years), we revisit the old Nixon doctrine. It is just so fantastic hearing it from Obama. This is Nobel Peace Prize winning President Obama. This is a great way to hammer despair and a feeling of helplessness in the low information crowd. Your sainted peace prize winner is a warlord just like all the rest.

Who is this young guy?

It is actually brilliant and devious on the part of the powers that be. If we truly believe in a presidency with little true power, we have to admit there are elites in control using the president as a symbol. This is wonderful watching low information voters see the Chosen One go from Nobel Peace Prize winner (Daay-um, just like MLK. He be peaceful 'n' cool!) to a tan Bush. It drives in the notion to people that no matter what the control grid is in place and will not change. Give up hope. Nothing's going to go differently than what we, your overlords who are a global elite divorced from your traditions, want. Give up. Go back to Internet porn, NFL and the Kardashians. Bwahaha! I tip my hat to these psychopaths. Well played. No one should expect change ever again. People will also not think to change the entire system as human bias is to stay within the current box, so bwahaha, continued control for the puppet masters.

I found Obama's dad.
They also knew right from the start what type of narcissistic, thin skinned baby they were selecting. Obama has such a desperate need for validation and adulation that there was no way he was going to reject that Nobel Peace Prize. A wise man would have given the "I'm humbled" speech and rejected the award out of the insanity of it being given to him. Everyone knew it was a joke, and even the progressives were framing it as and award "that he will grow into and earn". Like a parent defending the contest they rigged, they will grab at any reason to defend Barry. How much better would it look had he said "No thanks" back in 2009. The press would have lavished even more praise on him. He could not do it though. His ego needed that rush. He needed another award to feel good. This is his mode of operation, his life story and "they" knew it right at the start. My one hope is that Obama is aware enough and honest enough with himself to be ashamed of the award, and that medal haunts him whenever he turns his face and it enters his field of vision.

3 comments:

PA said...

My one hope is that Obama is aware enough and honest enough with himself to be ashamed of the award, and that medal haunts him whenever he turns his face and it enters his field of vision.

I may be overshooting with my cynicism here, but maybe such higher, honorable emotions are something only White men are capable of.

nikcrit said...

SOBL: "My one hope is that Obama is aware enough and honest enough with himself to be ashamed of the award, and that medal haunts him whenever he turns his face and it enters his field of vision."

PA, in response: I may be overshooting with my cynicism here, but maybe such higher, honorable emotions are something only White men are capable of."

Obama, reacting to the announcement of his being named Nobel Peace Prize winner:

"This morning, Michelle and I awoke to some surprising and humbling news. At 6 a.m., we received word that I'd been awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for 2009.

"To be honest, I do not feel that I deserve to be in the company of so many of the transformative figures who've been honored by this prize -- men and women who've inspired me and inspired the entire world through their courageous pursuit of peace.
"To be honest, I do not feel that I deserve to be in the company of so many of the transformative figures who've been honored by this prize -- men and women who've inspired me and inspired the entire world through their courageous pursuit of peace."


I've noted this before, and even can relate on a massively smaller scale: Ethnic outliers in professional circumstances can often oddly find themselves both absurdly over feted and over-vilified.

Sometimes, one's mere ethnic bona fides usurp common sense..... it's a bitch.

eah said...

Obama got the Nobel Peace Prize for getting elected. It was thought a big achievement -- a breakthrough in racial reconciliation -- for a black man to be elected POTUS. Not because of anything he ever did to promote or preserve peace.

What's odd is that he didn't win it again after getting re-elected. I mean, they gave Archie Griffin the Heisman twice. What gives!?