Obama or McCain? The American Dream *
Wise Up Journal
by Gabriel O’Hara
Lets start by looking at a few significant quotes from the next president of the United States of America.
[All quotes are fully backup with links to video footage of the quote or by mainstream media articles. The majority of quotes are backed up by video.]
Barack Obama: “It’s time for us to withdraw some, ugh, our combat troops out of Iraq and deploy them here in Afghanistan. The Unites States has to take a regional approach to the problem. Just as we can’t be myopic and only focus on Iraq we also can’t think that we can solve the security problems here in Afghanistan without engaging the Pakistan government”
John McCain: “Have the Iraqis as part of the strategy, take over more and more of the responsibilities and then I don’t think Americans are concerned if we’re there for a hundred years or a thousand years or ten thousand years. What they care about is the sacrifice of our most precious treasure, and that is American blood.”
Barack Obama: “We can not continue to rely only on our military in order to achieve the national security objectives that we’ve set. We’ve got to have a Civilian National Security Force that’s just as powerful, just as strong, just as well funded.“
John McCain: “Remember the words of Chairman Mao, ‘It’s always darkest before it’s totally black’”
Joe Biden, Obama’s running mate for vice president: “The administration has failed to face the biggest, the biggest forces shaping this century the emergence of Russia, China, India as great powers, the spread of lethal weapons. We’ve once again seen the consequences of the neglect, of this neglect, with Russia challenging the very freedom of a new democratic country of Georgia. Barack and I will end that neglect, we will hold Russia accountable for it’s actions.”
Barack Obama: “To Doctor Brzezinski, he has proven to be an outstanding friend and somebody whom I’ve learned an immense amount from.”
Zbigniew Brzezinski: “We waged a variety of conflicts against the Soviet Union but we always strove to maximize the number of supporters in order to isolate the opponent. I’m very much for the use of power.”
John McCain: “I am interested in good relations between the United States and Russia. But in the twenty first century nations don’t invade other nations”
John McCain: “That old beach boy song, bomb-Iran. Bomb bomb bomb, ha ha, anyway.”
CNN reports on McCain’s chief strategist, Charlie Black: “The assassination of Benazir Bhutto in December was an ‘unfortunate event,’ says Black. ‘But his knowledge and ability to talk about it reemphasized that this is the guy who’s ready to be Commander-in-Chief. And it helped us.’ As would, Black concedes with startling candor after we raise the issue, another terrorist attack on U.S. soil. ‘Certainly it would be a big advantage to him,’ says Black.”
Joe Biden, Obama’s running mate for vice president: “Mark my words, mark my words, it will not be 6 months before the world tests Barack Obama like they did John Kennedy. Watch we’re gonna have an international crisis, a generated crisis. I guarantee you it is gonna happen.”
After the release of an Al Qaeda tape in 2004 (urging people to vote Democrat) John McCain suggested terrorism could be good for the Republicans saying, “Bin Laden may have just given us a little boost.”
If I had a financial stake in the war industry and a mind able to accept profits from war I would want Barack Obama to be counted as the next president. The Obama-Biden ticket would offer greater profits and more importantly control from larger scale global conflicts and the setting up of a “Civilian National Security Force” “just as well funded” as the military (Amy, Navy, Air Force, Web surveillance etc…). This would create a future domestic U.S. industry which could remain stable with the right controls. Germany’s civilian police force in the late 1930’s and early 1940’s did not fail because of it’s inefficiencies or lack of budget, China should be looked to as a great of example of how such a force can be made sustainable. This view has been reflected in the millions of war industry dollars pouring into the Obama-Biden campaign.
Although McCain would try hard for the war industry he would be a lame duck president. People are too skeptical about the Republicans at the moment when it comes to a new war and giving up more rights. Slick talking Obama would be better equipped than McCain to get a majority of the public accepting a new war, a continuation of the war on terror. Obama-Biden is the obvious choice. The chance of a 3rd party being elected by paper ballots is zero. The media only focuses on the R and D word, the vast majority of people get their “talking points”/opinions from what they hear on the corporate or corporate-semi-state-owned media, if 3rd party candidates are not mentioned regularly neither will the public mention them regularly. The main talking points of the public remains to be the illusion: Republican or Democrat, the colour Red or the colour Blue? The people are made ready again to believe in the change of colour to blue. The American dream - you have to be “asleep” to believe it.
Note: The mainstream media gave a couple of weeks coverage to Ann Nicole Smith’s death and a few minutes of one day to Obama’s “Civilian National Security Force” and Biden’s threat against Russia. Do you ever think why?