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September 22, 2013

Obama in Kenya

Did Obama Aid the Kenyan Mall Massacre?

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I never thought I’d have to ask.

In Nairobi, Kenya, al Qaeda terrorists stormed an upscale mall yesterday to kill all the Christians.So far, 59 are dead and at least 175 wounded. Another 30 or so hostages remain inside with the terrorists.Kenyan police are hunting the terrorists and attempting to free the hostages.

The USA, surely, is on the side of the Kenyan authorities. Right?

Well, last week, President Obama waived (aka, violated) a US law that prohibited the arming of terrorists and terrorist-linked groups.

The terrorist-linked group Obama authorized himself to arm? al Qaeda, of course.

Just 12 year after 9-11, it seems ridiculous to ask whose side we’re on, but so much about the Obama administration is ridiculous.

Now that we’re allied with al Qaeda in Syria, why wouldn’t Obama ally himself with al Qaeda in Kenya?

The questions get more disturbing.  Remember Fast and Furious? Our Attorney General Eric Holder gave weapons to Mexican drug gangs. The idea seemed to be that the drug gangs would commit atrocities, which they did, we’d investigate, which we did, and find weapons made and bought in the USA, which we did. That would inspire Americans to rise up and demand an end to the Second Amendment–which we didn’t.

While US arms haven’t had time to make it from the US to Syria to Kenya, it’s still possible that Obama’s arms-for-terrorists waiver contributed to the massacre in Nairobi. With US weapons headed to al Qaeda in Syria, there’s opportunity to use existing weapons murdering Christians in Kenya.

My scenario might be unlikely, but it’s far from ridiculous. What’s ridiculous is that we’ve reached a bizarre inflection point in American history where we can legitimately wonder if our President is arming people who will almost certainly use those weapons against us. After all, back in 2008, Obama supported a Kenyan terrorist cell in its war against Christians:

U.S. Sen. Barack Obama has continued to support Kenya’s Raila Odinga, even after Odinga has been blamed for inciting tribal violence and slaughtering Christians
Read more at http://www.wnd.com/2008/08/71383/#SHYyYKTq0sTvIdI8.99

So far, the White House remains silent on the Kenyan Mall Massacre. I guess you have to be very careful about how you put it to the American people that their tax dollars are indirectly aiding genocide of Christians in the President’s adopted home country.

 

Evolution of Government

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  1. People are natural creatures.
  2. People were created without earthly masters.
  3. People are born free to choose.
  4. People invented government.
  5. Some people created private government by suppressing others.
  6. Some people created public government through voluntary cooperation with others.
  7. Public governments rule people.
  8. Public government serve people.
  9. Public governments foster human achievement.
  10. Private governments suppress human achievement.
  11. Private governments tell people what they can do.
  12. Public governments do what people allow.
  13. Private governments seek to maximize the power of the ruling class.
  14. Public governments seek to maximize the power of the people.

Once evolved, private and public governments become a series of contrasts.

Equality

Private government try to keep people equally constrained.

Public governments try to keep people equally free.

 

Wealth

Private governments distribute limited wealth efficiently.

Public governments unleash unlimited wealth.

 

Economics

Private governments manage shrinking economies.

Public governments promote growing economies.

 

Money

Private governments see money as a weapon.

Public government treat money as a tool.

 

Efficiency

Private governments put efficiency above freedom.

Public governments put freedom before efficiency.

 

Religion

Private governments manage religion.

Public governments respect religion.

 

Classes

Private governments seek two classes: a ruling class and servant class.

Public governments leave people to classify themselves.

 

Speech

Private governments limit what can be said.

Public governments limit what cannot be said.

 

Commerce

Private governments control economic transactions.

Public governments foster economic transactions.

 

Laws

Private governments list permitted behaviors; everything else prohibited.

Public government list prohibited behaviors; everything else is permitted.

 

Hierarchy

Private government is the top of the hierarchy.

Public government is the bottom of the hierarchy.

 

Families

Private governments define and regulate families.

Public governments serve families.

Safety

Private governments protect the government from themselves.

Public governments protect people from criminals and invaders.

 

Happiness

Private governments define happiness.

Public government promote happiness.

 

Purpose

Private governments exist for the happiness of the government.

Public governments exist for the happiness of the people.

 

Questions

1.  Would you rather live with a private or a public government?

2.  Do you now live in a private or a public government?