My Thoughts on Newbill Soviet Historical Parallels


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John R. Houk

© April 16, 2012

 

Tony Newbill has found two moments in now defunct Soviet history and sees a parallel to President Barack Hussein Obama’s seeming consolidation of Executive power through the vehicle of the Presidential Executive Order.

 

The first parallel is an examination of Josef Stalin’s maneuvering to set himself up as the supreme leader of the USSR as it became apparent that Lenin was dying a slow death. At a time that many felt Leon Trotsky would be the successor to Lenin, Stalin effectively mobilized the affections of the Russian poor that had a difficult time grasping the Marxist intellectualism of Lenin and Trotsky. An example might be something like spreading the wealth was more comprehensible to the poor than the dictatorship of the proletariat.

 

It would take a dictatorship to actually spread the wealth to the people in an (cough) equal manner; however the term dictatorship might sound more like the old life of serfdom experienced for hundreds of years under Russian Czarist rule. Thus spread the wealth concepts were more understandable to the poor and used by Stalin instead of the more intellectual terms such as dictatorship of the proletariat.

 

The 2008 candidate promised “Change” for America and transparency of government. “Change” has turned out to be creeping Socialistic transformation wrapped in terms of a better life for the American poor, American minorities, Pro-Choice women, diverse cultures that have no intention of becoming One out of Many – E Pluribus Unum (i.e. divisive Multiculturalism) and the elimination of the American Culture based on Judeo-Christian principles. The last concept being closer to the Marxist concept of the elimination of religion and traditional morals to mold society into what the government proclaims to morally good for the society of now.

 

“Democracy extends the sphere of individual freedom, socialism restricts it. Democracy attaches all possible value to each man; socialism makes each man a mere agent, a mere number. Democracy and socialism have nothing in common but one word: equality. But notice the difference: while democracy seeks equality in liberty, socialism seeks equality in restraint and servitude.”
Alexis de Tocqueville

 

“America is great because she is good. If America ceases to be good, America will cease to be great.”
Alexis de Tocqueville

 

Socialism is bad for America. With Socialistic concepts America will cease to be good. If America ceases to be good, America will no longer be exceptional. That is the “Change” Obama failed to tell voters when delusions of Obamasiah emerged in 2008.

 

The second defunct Soviet history moment was the purposeful use of withholding food to cause deprivation and starvation in Red Army conquered Ukraine. In an effort to keep Ukraine a loyal Soviet Socialist Republic, Stalin decided to starve the nationalism out of the Ukrainians. The political nature of the Ukrainian Genocide is often given the name Holodomor” – murder by famine.

 

Can you see the depopulation agenda to control people? Can you say Club of Rome or Agenda 21? Can you say Eco-Marxism?

 

JRH 4/16/12

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Obama’s latest Executive Order, “National Resources Preparedness Act ” has these same traits

 

By Tony Newbill

Sent: 3/29/2012 2:14 PM

 

Obama’s latest Executive Order, “National Resources Preparedness Act[READ HERE and HERE] has these same traits

 

The similarities between Stalin’s era and What Obama Executive orders are designed to do are astonishingly comparable!!!!

 

See here; http://www.historytoday.com/norman-pereira/stalin-and-communist-party-1920s  

 

This quote is 7 paragraphs up from the end of this story.

 

 Having disposed of the left – Stalin was only half done. He then had the Congress reaffirm the principles of NEP but also lay the groundwork for the first Five Year Plan (FYP) which proposed the consolidation of agricultural production into large collective farms as well as a new emphasis upon heavy industry. The FYP, in fact, represented a sharp turning away from NEP toward centralised command of the economy. Initially, however, the transition was presented as a gradual and voluntary plan; there was no indication of the brutally coercive features of implementation which Stalin introduced several months later “.

 

The last Paragraph in this story simulates Obama executive order Law as well with the most recent one that Focus on control of Food and resources relating to human needs survival. Executive order, “National Resources Preparedness Act”

 

http://faminegenocide.com/resources/causes.html

 

The Famine was a conscious instrument of Soviet policy. “Food is a weapon” said Maxim Litvinov, the Soviet Commissar of Foreign Affairs. This weapon was not directed against the Soviet peasants in general, nor did the Ukrainian peasants become its target by chance. The 1933 Famine was part of a wider campaign against the Ukrainian nation, and must be considered together with the destruction of the Ukrainian national elites launched at the end of the twenties, and the renewed Russification of Ukrainian cities begun in the early thirties. As the peasants lost their freedom of movement (a new passport system tied the farmers to the collective farm), a new era of serfdom began. Meanwhile, Russian colonists filled the emptied Ukrainian villages, changed the demographic composition of the Ukrainian countryside and helped carry Russification into the very heart of the Ukrainian nation. The present situation in central and eastern Ukraine is to a large measure a direct consequence of the demographic engineering facilitated by famine.

 

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My Thoughts on Newbill Soviet Historical Parallels

John R. Houk

© April 16, 2012

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Obama’s latest Executive Order, “National Resources Preparedness Act ” has these same traits

 

© Tony Newbill

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