The New and Improved Face of Fascism
Matthew D. Jarvie - November 6, 2008
The circus has ended once again for another four years, and the international power brokers now have their selected frontman to take over from the current stooge in January, to further lead the United States (and the world as a whole) into the grips of global governance. An article I just recently read on one of the news websites referred to Obama as “the first truly global President.” This is not a mere coincidence, and neither is the media’s incessant gloating over Obama, who is now being referred to as “The One,” as if he is the messiah himself.
Tuesday night’s media coverage of Obama’s win showed tens of thousands of star-struck zombies looking upward at the stage as Obama delivered his first address to the world as President-elect, almost as if Jesus was descending from the clouds. Of course what we heard and saw was the usual overdramaticized, Hollywood-type drivel that the people have been conditioned to love so much, because politics is little more than an art of manipulating the emotions of the many for the benefit of the few in control. It’s about using emotion to override rational thought, because once this is achieved the people can be lead in whatever direction the controllers want. These are the exact same techniques that have used under fascist governments throughout history, and Tuesday night’s post-victory rally in Chicago, at least in my mind, drew connotations to a 1920s Mussolini rally. These same techniques that were used decades ago are still being used today, and have since been perfected by the social engineers to move the people in a pre-determined direction without their knowing.