Skip to comments.Benito Obama or Obamalini?
Posted on 07/14/2012 5:44:52 AM PDT by Perseverando
Exclusive: Joseph Farah notes practical similarities between BHO, Italian dictator
Liberals wont like this column.
But they should read it.
Because they keep making the same mistakes over and over again.
Maybe theyll learn something.
Liberals and progressives loved Benito Mussolini, the Italian dictator, who achieved power as a socialist and delivered on his promise in the form of fascism. His political maneuvering proved an inspiration to a younger German protégé by the name of Adolf Hitler who allied with Mussolini in a bid to conquer all of Europe and much of the rest of the world.
Today, liberals hurl the fascist expletive around at people like me freedom lovers, those who value individual freedom, personal responsibility and self-government.
But back in the 1930s, Mussolini was their darling. If you doubt me, take the time to read Jonah Goldbergs seminal study of the subject, Liberal Fascism.
Liberals delude themselves into believing fascism is a right-wing ideology. It isnt and it never was. Mussolini was a leftist. So was Hitler. They were both socialists.
The definition of fascism is quite simple: a governmental system led by a dictator having complete power, forcibly suppressing opposition and criticism, regimenting all industry and commerce. It sometimes encourages racism.
We have a modern-day practitioner of fascism in Barack Obama.
We should really call him Benito Obama or maybe just Obamalini.
Obama fits the bill:
He has appointed a record number of czars to implement his aggressive, top-down management style. Czar is the Russian form of the Caesar, which is where Mussolini got his inspiration for fascism ancient Rome.
He has flouted the Constitution by assuming sweeping powers not only unassociated with the office of the presidency but strictly forbidden the occupant of the White House.
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I prefer to call him Il Douche.
The only reason facism became "right wing" was that Hitler turned on Stalin and attacked the Soviet Union. Up until that point, leftists in America were fully supportive of NAZIs and Italian facists, and were passivists trying to keep us out of WWII. When Hitler attacked Russia, they turned on a dime, wanted us in the war, and facists became "right wing" enemies. Leftists wanted us in the war not to save England of France, but to save Russia.
That’s why we should refer to Obamacare also as National Socialist Health Care. When libtards object, just ask them which part is not correct, the National or the Socialist?
Definitely michelle imelda marcos obama.
Obamugabe sums it up quite nicely.
How right you are. Pete Seeger is a perfect example.
Re-electing Obama would be like the Titanic backing up and hitting the iceberg again.
Bozo Obama is best.
Erratic behaviour, self-bestowed titles, and media portrayal
As the years progressed, Amin's behaviour became more erratic, unpredictable, and outspoken. After Great Britain broke off all diplomatic relations with his regime in 1977, Amin declared he had defeated the British and conferred on himself the decoration of CBE (Conqueror of the British Empire). His full self-bestowed title ultimately became: "His Excellency, President for Life, Field Marshal Al Hadji Doctor[B] Idi Amin Dada, VC, DSO, MC, Lord of All the Beasts of the Earth and Fishes of the Seas and Conqueror of the British Empire in Africa in General and Uganda in Particular", in addition to his officially stated claim of being the uncrowned King of Scotland. He was not a recipient of a Distinguished Service Order (DSO) or a Military Cross (MC). He conferred a doctorate of law on himself from Makerere University, and the Victorious Cross (VC) was a medal made to emulate the British Victoria Cross.
Amin became the subject of rumours and myths, including a widespread belief that he was a cannibal. Some of the unsubstantiated rumours, such as the mutilation of one of his wives, were spread and popularised by the 1980 film Rise and Fall of Idi Amin and alluded to in the film The Last King of Scotland in 2006.
During Amin's time in power, popular media outside of Uganda often portrayed him as an essentially comic and eccentric figure. In a 1977 assessment typical of the time, a Time magazine article described him as a "killer and clown, big-hearted buffoon and strutting martinet". The foreign media was often criticised by Ugandan exiles and defectors for focusing on Amin's excessive tastes and self-aggrandizing eccentricities, and downplaying or excusing his murderous behavior. Other commentators even suggested that Amin had deliberately cultivated his eccentric reputation in the foreign media as an easily parodied buffoon in order to defuse international concern over his administration of Uganda.
My favorite is Baby Doc Barack.
comparing Obama to Mussolini is an insult to Mussolini. He had leadership skills Obama hasn’t heard of. Benito got the trains to run on time and put Italians to work. He drained the Pontine Marshes. Outside of Chumming up to Hitler’s Germany, we did a great deal of good for Italy.