Tuesday, June 4, 2013

Is Obama waging psychological warfare on Americans?...

Dr. Keith Ablow thinks so.

Is it working?

From Fox News:

Some excerpts from the article and my comments:

I believe that the Obama administration is conducting psychological warfare on conservative Americans. Not only that but it is also waging this war on all Americans who previously viewed themselves, their country, their Constitution and their overwhelming belief in God as a force for good in the world.
[...]But, deep inside the American psyche, something more malignant could have been planted—the seeds of self-hatred and self-doubt.  And I no longer believe that those seeds were planted unintentionally by people as smart and capable as the president and first lady.
Seeds of self-hatred and self doubt?  I don't think so.  The exact opposite is happening.  

I have seen nothing that would lead me to believe that Obama or his beard are "smart and capable."  They are sock puppets who are continually doing nothing more than "busy work" while others are manipulating the political landscape.

[...]  My belief that psychological warfare is being deployed on Americans by this American president and his administration has been solidified as news has come out of the targeting of conservative groups by the IRS.
This black ops targeting doesn’t just have the effect of slowing the financial momentum of these groups. It has the goal of dispiriting them and making them feel helpless to achieve their goals.  

Many of these patriots will be testifying today at The House Ways and Means Committee on the IRS scandal..  (You can watch live on CSpan - 10:00am ET)  One of the witnesses who will be testifying today, Ms. Becky Gerritson of the Wetumpka Tea Party, was on a radio show last week.  She is an intelligent and articulate woman who is clearly not "dispirited and feeling helpless."

[...]  Seen through the lens of psychological warfare, the failure to defend our embassy in Benghazi need not be understood simply as a screw-up. It could reflect an actual strategy on the part of the administration to reinforce the notion that homicidal violence born of hatred toward America is understandable—even condonable—because we have generated it ourselves and are reaping the harvest of ill will we have sown.

 In other words, we should take our punishment.

The president said as much when he blamed the murder of our Ambassador to Libya on a film that criticized Islam.

This misstatement may disclose not just incompetence and may not just be evidence of a cover-up, but may be evidence of exactly what I am theorizing here: that the president, with the help of his administration, is attempting to conduct psychological warfare on Americans who value autonomy and free will and free markets and small government, by convincing them that they are wrong-minded, prejudiced and pathological and should deeply question their beliefs—including some ensconced in the Constitution.

How many people in this country (other than a rabid libtard, that is)  views Benghazi as a "screw up?"   And we now know that the administrations "misstatement" was a bald-faced lie that was repeated over and over again when all the time they knew the truth.  I understand Dr. Ablow is psychiatrist and as such will try to find some psychiatric reason for what is clearly corruption. 
[...]  But I assert that this administration is engaged in a coordinated attempt to dispirit, disarm and disenfranchise large portions of the American population and to weaken our founding principles through what is best understood as psychological warfare.

And with that statement in the public domain, let us, at least, be aware and notice how many events unfold in-keeping with it, over the next months and years.
No, Dr. Ablow - they are waging a war using every corrupt means at their disposal.  They refuse to enforce laws they don't like,  heap tens of thousands of business-killing regulations on us, and have effectively taken over the healthcare system in this country. 
[...]  The enemy of psychological warfare is the knowledge of what is really happening to us and remembering who we really are.
Ya think? 

There's more to this silly little article if you're not too dispirited, depressed, and helpless to read it.

I would love to listen to the testimony today, but I have some serious gardening to do.

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