The Totalitarian Obama Regime

The factors that characterize a totalitarian regime are:

  1. The existence of an official ideology that is seen as uncontroversial.

  2. A single political party addresses the nation. Democrats in control

  3. This political party has a membership of 15% of the civilian population.

  4. The government structure is established by the party. Democrats in control

  5. The existence of an armed group or secret police loyal to the interests of the party. Obama’s plan for a Civilian Militia – In a July 2 speech outlining plans to expand opportunities for people to serve in areas such as AmeriCorps and the Peace Corps, Obama makes the following statement with no explanation or amplification.

“We cannot continue to rely on our military in order to achieve the national security objectives 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.”

Obama will have not just a political base, but a database, millions of names of supporters who can be engaged almost instantly. And there’s every reason to believe that he will use the network not just to campaign, but to govern. His e-mail message to supporters on election night included the line, “We have a lot of work to do to get our country back on track, and I’ll be in touch soon about what comes next. It is a safe bet that he intends to use this database to mobilize and strong arm legislatures who oppose his agenda.

6. Highly restricted media whose main purpose is to indoctrinate civilians. The Fairness Doctrine is now on the docket to be reinstated and mainstream media has always been slanted towards Obama.

There is nothing fair about this. It was and has always been a scheme to ensure that no Democrat-opposing viewpoints occur on Radio. The liberal leftwing Democrats see themselves as gods and above reproach. A lot like a spoiled child who doesn’t like to be called up on his actions. This action is Obama’s march to end free speech.

Additional truth about Obama came out on NBC’s Meet the Press last Sunday. Brokaw’s question to Valerie Jarrett was:

MR. BROKAW: What’s the working model? Are you going to try to be a shadow government or just a very interested spectator off to the side?

MS. JARRETT: Well, it’s a good question. There is one president at a time. President Bush is still the president. He’s graciously invited President-elect Obama to the White House tomorrow to begin their conversations of the transition. So we respect that. He will be the president until January 20th. However, giving–given, really, the daunting challenges that we face, it’s important that President-elect Obama is prepared to really take power and begin to rule day one. So we will be working closely with his administration. We’re reviewing the agencies now. He will be making key personnel decisions. He gets national security briefings every day now as well, but he will not be the president until January 20th. Did you get that? NOT GOVERN but RULE!

  1. State has a monopoly on the power of coercion. Democrats in control and his Civil Army.

  2. The national economy is controlled and directed by the party. Democrats in control even though it is the Democrats and not the Bush administration that destroyed this economy in the first place. A really great analysis of this can be found at: Democrats destroy economy–blame Republicansans

Taking into account these key points, it is possible to identify two clear examples of what constitutes a totalitarian regime: Germany during the reign of Nazism, and the Soviet Union during the Stalinist reign. In both cases, a single political party dominated by imposing its political ideology and excluding any other. Both Nazi Germany as the Stalinist Soviet Union had a giant political machine made up of supporters of all kinds, from common citizens to members of the secret police and members of the scientific community. The official ideology was given by all means, and the population grew to be indoctrinated. Loyalty to the party was maintained by coercion exercised by the secret police the Gestapo in Germany and the KGB in the Soviet Union. Finally, the two ideologies had total control over the social and economic organization in the country. The Nazis imposed the concept of corporatism, which consisted of vertical division of social order, so that instead of there social classes, there were social types: farmers with farmers, businessmen with businessmen, and so on. Similarly, the Bolsheviks abolished social classes and tried to impose a uniform social order. Based on these two examples, it is clear that the phenomenon of totalitarianism can occur under governments of both left-wing ideology as of right, In addition, although the adoption of a totalitarian model is the result of a revolutionary change, this is not necessarily imposed as a result of a revolution. The case of Germany, where the Nazis came to power through democratic means, clearly demonstrates this assertion.

Besides these two exemplary cases, the totalitarianism has manifested itself in other cases, such as the regime of Mussolini in Italy, which was described by Mussolini as the totalitarian regime of Saddam Hussein in Iraq, the regime of Mao in China and the regime of Kim Il-sung in North Korea. Juan Linz | . | Totalitarian and Authoritarian Regimes

Now doesn’t this just sound all too familiar? This is why it is so very important to stay informed and to communicate with your elected officials on every level.

Obama/Biden have been promoting change. That is how they stole this election. Voters didn’t want the truth about what change they were actually promoting. The real message of change and hope now is to divide and not unify.

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