The Leftist extremists now in charge of the Democratic Party are either so desperate or delusional they are now comparing this nation to Hitler’s Third Reich and the president to Hitler himself.
The Moveon.org Voter Fund has sponsored a commercial ‘contest’ encouraging people “to help us find the most creative, clear and memorable ideas for ads that tell the truth about George Bush's policies.” Two of those submissions ran on the Moveon.org site and directly compared George W. Bush to Hitler and this nation’s policies with the Third Reich.
Upon seeing the ad, one has to ask, do they really believe this garbage? Are they so ill that they really think this, or are they so ill that they don’t believe it but are willing to subject this nation to the accusation? Either way you look at it, it is beyond the pale, to say nothing of obscenely absurd.
Hitler’s Third Reich was a nation that invaded nations to enslave them and murdered tens millions of people worldwide. 12 million people died in the Nazi death camps. Ultimately, 61 million lives were lost because of Adolf Hitler’s Jew-hatred and desire for world conquest.
And George W. Bush? Two nations liberated from despotic rulers who terrorized, tortured and murdered their own people. Afghanistan has just completed its Constitution bringing the Afghan people closer to democracy and freedom.
The people of Iraq are free from wood chippers and plastic shredders for men, rape rooms for women, and can only now recover their loved ones from mass graves and lay them to true rest. Freedom and democracy will be theirs soon.
The liberation of two nations lost and condemned to hopelessness and misery. The inclusion of women in government, schooling for girls, a free press, choosing one’s own government, the joy and hope only democracy can bring.
All at the cost of under 500 American lives. While I cringe at one American death, so few comparatively make a statement about the capabilities of this nation, our military, and our intentions.
The people at Moveon.org and similar malevolent leftists in this nation are hoping to make others like them happy with an agenda meant to color this monumental human liberation success story as a depraved failure. I shudder to think about the type of person who is disgusted by freedom, democracy, success and happiness. I shudder at today’s leftists.
One person probably quite pleased with such outrageous obscenity is Moveon.org’s $5-million-dollar-man, their major funder billionaire leftist George Soros.
When Ed Gillespie, chair of the Republican National Committee, expressed outrage over the Hitler commercials and said the organization should apologize, Moveon.org agreed that the ads were in “poor taste” and that they didn’t “support the sentiment.”
Really? That’s odd considering the comparison of Bush to Hitler, while disgusting, is not new or surprising. It was an analogy first introduced by their man Soros himself.
In a November 2003, Washington Post interview, Soros introduced the comparison of Bush to Hitler.
Soros said he believed the White House was guided by a "supremacist ideology," and "America, under Bush, is a danger to the world . . . When I hear Bush say, 'You're either with us or against us,' it reminds me of the Germans . . . My experiences under Nazi and Soviet rule have sensitized me."
He seemed determined to set an undeniable tone and agenda. Why wouldn’t the individuals vying for a commercial to air not want it to mirror the thoughts and attitudes of the organization’s primary funder?
With Soros pouring tens of millions into what he has declared a life and death effort to defeat the president, there is also another possible answer to the depraved and vile nature of this ‘new’ Democratic approach—a malignant narcissist projecting his own demons onto the political landscape.
In my book The Death of Right and Wrong, I describe elements in the canon of the psychological underpinnings of “projection” by malignant narcissists. The definition of projection from orthodox psychology texts explains this as projecting one’s own unconscious or undesirable characteristics onto an opponent. As an example, an aggressive man accuses other people of being hostile or a cheat who is sure that everyone else is dishonest.
Why do I bring this up regarding Soros, his obsession with George W. Bush and bizarre analogy of our president with Jew-hating, control freak and country-destroyer Hitler?
Consider his own remarkable admission. Soros, who is Jewish, in a speech to the Jewish Funders Network astoundingly blamed the cause of anti-Semitism on Israel and then on himself.
After blaming Israel and the U.S. for causing anti-Semitism and citing the Malaysian prime minister’s statement that the “Jews rule the world by proxy,” Soros then confessed, "I'm also very concerned about my own role because the new anti-Semitism holds that the Jews rule the world. As an unintended consequence of my actions," he said, "I also contribute to that image."
Abraham Foxman of the Anti-Defamation league appropriately called Soros’ remarks “obscene” and declared, "He buys into the stereotype. It's a simplistic, counterproductive, biased and bigoted perception of what's out there. It's blaming the victim for all of Israel's and the Jewish people's ills.”
Immediately after Soros’ remarks, Michael Steinhardt, the man who invited Soros to speak, took the podium and had this to say by way of an explanation (and Freudian slip) of the billionaire leftist’s apparent disdain for Jews: "George Soros does not think Jews should be hated any more than they deserve to be."
That certainly clears everything right up.
For most of us, we use other people and actions as benchmarks of what, or what not, to become. I contend that jealousy and envy are at the heart of the terrorism we now face. It is felt by Arabs against Jews and Israel, because Israel, by counterpoint, exposes what the Arab world will never become—productive, progressive, and free. Israel shows them what they are not.
Radical Islamists hate us because we are beautiful, and with our existence provide a constant reminder of what relying on religion alone will never bring, let alone a religion which uses apartheid to segregate and discriminate against women. The United States, by simple counterpoint, reminds sick backward Islamic fundamentalists that they are sick backward Islamic fundamentalists.
And our very own homegrown leftists? I think it’s safe to say that George Soros and his newly bought minions hate and fear George W. Bush because he has something they never will and which cannot be bought-- integrity, compassion and courage. George W. Bush simply reminds leftists everyday what they will never be. And they hate him for it.
Ironically, the only person in this drama who is pointing fingers at and complaining about Jews while funding his own internal political machine with the sole agenda of bringing down a president is George Soros. Something strangely similar happened in 1933 Germany.
And here I was wondering why everyone at Moveon.org wears a brown shirt.