Note the following:
The struggles for the immediate demands and reforms needed by working people today are essential steps toward our ultimate goals of the revolutionary transformation of society and the economy, toward socialism and then communism. The constant battles over issues large and small are where workers learn the lesson that more fundamental changes are necessary and that people need socialism to have a truly humane society.
We, the working people of the United States, in order to form a more perfect union, need socialism, a system based on peoples needs, not on corporate greed.
Hmmm… “in order to form a more perfect union”… wasn’t that one of Obama’s speeches?
Why yes, yes it was.
And I saw it for what it was, the moment he delivered that speech.
…our ultimate goals of the revolutionary transformation of society and the economy, toward socialism and then communism… fundamental changes are necessary and that people need socialism…
Didn’t Obama promise to “fundamentally transform” the United States of America?
Why yes, yes he did.
And for the last 17 months we’ve been seeing that “revolutionary transformation of society and the economy” has been “toward socialism and then communism”.
… and now the FCC wants to regulate the Internet.
Some fear that this could give Obama the ability to shut down the Internet, our means of communicating with one another.
If you use VOIP or Skype, then shutting down the internet also means shutting down your phone service.
Even if your cell phone service still works, shutting down the internet also means shutting down your ability to communicate with others via twitter, or any other web-based communication.
The people are a lot easier to control when you take away their ability to communicate and organize.
Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano, who has been know to be highly suspicious of Tea Partiers, to the point of supporting reports that label them as “right wing extremists”, says, “… we need the legal tools to do things like monitor the recruitment of terrorists via the Internet”.
But who, exactly, do you consider “terrorists”, Secretary Napolitano? Most Americans consider Islamic Jihadists to be terrorists. But I’ve yet to hear Secretary Napolitano say that. I have a feeling that she is more likely to consider me a terrorist, while she simultaneously ignores Islamic Jihadists.
UPDATE October 11, 2010:
The unions are the face of the Communist Party USA.