Friday, February 27, 2015

I Warned About Obama's Dangerous Hidden Agenda

And was apparently spot-on all along.

Anyone pretend otherwise?  Either ignorant or running disinformation propaganda.

By his fruits we know him.

For example...

It’s one thing to admit over 22 times that you can’t take an executive action. Or to violate the U.S. Constitution’s Article 1, Section 8, Clause 4 (Congress has the enumerated power to establish rules on naturalization). Or defy a federal court judge’s decree that your executive action is unconstitutional. But it is a completely different thing to actually threaten law enforcement agents if they do not enforce an unconstitutional act.

Such has happened in our America.


Canadian Sentinel said...

See also:

Communication, Open and Free – and Gone – What Will Be Next?

Terry Rudden said...

" I Warned About Obama's Dangerous Hidden Agenda and was apparently spot-on all along."

"Spot On"?


I guess I missed the creation of the huge concentration camps for enemies of the state you claimed he was building. It's been two terms now, and we're heading into the next election cycle. Is that one still coming?

Canadian Sentinel said...

Apparently you didn't pay attention to what's going on out there. Not only are those called "FEMA" "campuses", there's a LOT more to his hidden agenda that's come into the light. Guess you wish to pretend he's all right, his agenda is all right, etc. Like a good little prog, right? ;)

Just watch CNN and remain ignorant. You'll be blissful, buddy... blissful. ;)

Terry Rudden said...

Oh, I pay a fair amount of attention.

So you are claiming these camps DO exist? Can you post a link to your best, most reliable source for actual information on these camps?

Terry Rudden said...

Actually, I've just revisited some of your "predictions" from 2008-13. They're pretty funny, but in all honesty, I don't think you can claim they were exactly "spot-on".

However, I'm looking forward to your links on those detention camps (not the same photos of construction sites that that military guy showed up and debunked on this site, are they?)

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Canadian Sentinel said...

This isn't about ME, Mr. Rudden.

It's about the Dictator Obama, with whom you apparently stand in solidarity regarding the Agenda of the Far Left. I'm sure you don't want to openly admit that he's a dictator and a very destructive force for America and the world. As if I even need to show evidence... so much evidence is already available that it seems that his regime has decided to control the internet to censor anything inconvenient about him and his regime.

Obama is the target who's been picked by myself. He's the one who needs freezing, not little nobody me who has no power to fundamentally transform a nation according to ultra-extreme radical philosophy, ie. Marxism, Islamism, globalism, racism, etc... but that's Obama's known, undeniable agenda.

Terry Rudden said...

Still waiting for the evidence you claimed for those detention centres, Mr. Sentinel. Links, images, anything?

You see, the reason I'm sort of laughing at you on this is that it was a really silly prediction, and it didn't happen. Probably the wisest thing to do is admit that and move on.

∞ ≠ ø said...

Prove that they do not exist.
Prove that there are no secrets.

Canadian Sentinel said...

Infin, it seems that Balbs is doing disinformation duty here. Classic Alinskyist tactics as well. He wants to make folks believe that what's going on isn't going on. Well, the world was once fooled before, ie. into thinking that Hitler's Nazis were not up to anything sinister. But later we all saw that they definitely were. And I've seen evidence that cannot be explained. I'm sure that so has Balbs, ie. Mr. Rudden here. But he, of course, has to propagate denial and ridicule. It's part of classic disinformation strategy.

Canadian Sentinel said...

We have seen how surreal and Nazi-parallel, Soviet-parallel, etc. that Obama et al have been so far and see the apparent, logical trajectory of their policies and agenda overall. For Mr. Rudden to pretend there's nothing extraordinary (in a dangerous, sinister way) with this man and regime... is breathtaking. But expected, as we know him.

Terry Rudden said...

So to sum up - you made an absurd assertion. You have no evidence. Thanks, I was just wondering.

Please don't get me wrong. I find your demon-haunted world little bubble world utterly fascinating. And I am endlessly intrigued by your capacity endlessly forecasting a future that never comes true (Obama as Antichrist! Taliban EMP satellites!!). Part of the interest here, for me, is trying to figure out whether or not you, yourself, actually believe the stuff you write.

So never stop posting, dude! Now that Sun News is gone, you're my comic relief. :)

∞ ≠ ø said...

The little bubble world has always been that of the elitist intellectuals and sociopolitical academics who refuse to learn that real world variables are infinite and beyond their control, try as they feel they must.

To paraphrase (improve on)Foucault: People know what they do or why they are doing what they do, but they often fail to recognize what their doing actually does.

Conservatives are mindful of unintended consequence and history supports their perspective.