Fascist Totalitarianism is on the rise in America, it ugly head clamoring ceaselessly to put it’s jackboot’s on the very real necks of those who resist it’s intolerant ideologies.
At a fundraiser for Colorado Congressional candidate Andrew Romanoff last week, former Democrat Party Chairman Howard Dean had a message for people who aren’t Democrats: Get out!
“They are not American. They would be more comfortable in the Ukraine, or Russia, but stay away from our country,” yelled the bombastic Dean to a wildly cheering and supportive crowd.
During President Obama’s time in office, eliminationist rhetoric on the part of the left has been deemed acceptable and is rapidly on the rise. Vitriol reaches the highest levels, and the lip service paid to “working together” is belied by the true nature of Democrat politics, which is to exclude, isolate, ridicule, and destroy. From MSNBC hosts speechless at the idea of even speaking to Tea Party supporters to Howard Dean endorsing kicking out half the population, the new tone of the left increasingly means “burn the heretics.”
Does Andrew Romanoff think Republicans should leave America? More importantly, do the voters of Colorado’s sixth district feel that way? Someone should ask him.. And them.
Howard Dean is one of those Democrats who want to ensure that illegal aliens can vote in America, but even more importantly, that Democrats can vote as many times as it take for the Democrat candidates to win. While Republicans innocently and naively think that only American Citizens should be allowed to vote in American elections and that every citizen should have exactly one vote per item on each ballot.
As if it isn’t bad enough that America has totalitarian fascists like Howard Dean, now we even have to contend with imbeciles from Canada trying to push their totalitarian agenda on America.
Canadian geneticist David Suzuki urged Western governments to lock up politicians who question man-made climate change, telling PBS’ Bill Moyers “our politicians should be thrown in the slammer for willful blindness!”
Suzuki appeared on “Moyers and Company” earlier this month to express his abject frustration over politicians, in both Canada and the United States, who refuse to accept the “settled science” on man-made global warming.
“Our politicians should be thrown in the slammer for willful blindness!” he asserted. “If we are in a position of being able to act, and we see something going on and we refuse to acknowledge the threat or act on it, we can be taken to court for willful blindness.”
“I think that we are being willfully blind to the consequences to our children and grandchildren,” Suzuki continued. “It’s an intergenerational crime.”
Moyers, a well-known climate alarmist, didn’t push back a bit — instead gently tabling the idea as impractical.
“The problem is, if that should happen — if politicians were to be convicted to willful blindness to the fate of the Earth and future generations — there would have to be mass arrests, and lots more funding for new prisons,” he noted. “We’re not talking about a mere handful of culprits. It’s hard to know where to start.”
Willful blindness is a legitimate legal reference in the United States (and, presumably, Canada) used to describe the intentional failure of an individual to become aware of facts pointing to criminal liability.
But arresting politicians for “being willfully blind” to facts on climate change would mean criminalizing not only those industries and individuals that emit carbon, but also anyone who dares take an opinion contrary to the “settled science.”
I think it would be safe to say that what ever paper mill gave David Suzuki a degree, should be sued, more importantly though, I would really love to see David Suzuki enter a darkened ally, and find Nicolaus Copernicus and Galileo Galilei waiting there for him. Three scientist enter, two scientists and one bloody piece of road kill exit. Talk about a video that would go viral. David Suzuki seems to be cut from the same disgusting vomit covered cloth as Bill Ayer’s, who infamously called for the execution of 25 million American citizens for the crime that they would refuse to accept a Marxist America.
And then of course, we have the rankest of hypocrisy coming to you courtesy of Hollyweid California.
The Cannes launch got the attention of The Hollywood Reporter:
Muhammad, accompanied by a man pretending to be an ad executive, seemingly has the two actors agreeing to participate in the scheme, even after he acknowledges that his goal is to keep America from becoming energy independent. The meeting, which appears to have been secretly recorded, took place a few months ago at the Beverly Hills Hotel.
But the real target of the sting operation appears to be Josh and Rebecca Tickell, a husband and wife team known for their environmental movies, such as 2008′s Fuel, which won an award at Sundance and was later screened at the White House for members of President Obama‘s administration.
Begley tells THR that if it looks like he’s agreeing with faux Muhammad about anything, it’s because the Tickells asked him to be polite so that they’d get their funding for a movie they’re making called Fracked, a film that will argue a technique for extracting natural gas called fracking is bad for the environment. Also, Begley says that he is hard of hearing and couldn’t understand everything Muhammad was saying.
The video also includes some audio from phone conversations between the fake Muhammad’s representatives and the Tickells. “We’re confident that we can keep this zip-locked. You know, tight. Tight. Air-tight forever,” Josh Tickell is heard saying. “If we don’t protect who is kind of funding this thing … if we have to disclose that or that becomes a necessary part of it, the whole enterprise will not work.”
Rebecca Tickell adds: “Because if people think the film is funded by Middle Eastern oil it will, it will not have that credibility,” and Josh Tickell says, “It’s money, so in that sense we have no moral issue.”
Yeah, I suspect that last statement won’t be much of a surprise to anyone who’s worked in Hollywood, either.
The Tickells, Begley, and Hemingway are crying foul now. In comments to THR, they claim that O’Keefe’s editing made things look worse than they are, and are demanding the release of all the video. That didn’t do much to help ACORN, or for that matter, Planned Parenthood when dealing with Live Action’s exposés. The Tickells say that no deal was actually consummated, and that they would have done “due diligence” at that point, but O’Keefe wouldn’t have had $9 million anyway. The point of O’Keefe’s sting is to expose Hollywood enviro eagerness to accept oil-baron money from the Middle East to attack American energy production, and this video certainly does that much. Not that people couldn’t figure that much out from Promised Land‘s Abu Dhabi funding, if they wanted.
The Tickells have decided to keep trying to fund Fracked anyway:
Update: Late Tuesday, the Tickells created a video response that also serves as a pitch to raise $72,000 via an IndieGoGo crowdfunding campaign to make Fracked. “I’m about to tell you a story of the lengths that some people will go to discourage the transition to green energy,” Josh Tickell says in the video. “If it wasn’t so serious it might even be kind of funny. Recently, my wife and I were royally punked.”
Actually, the story is about how some Hollywood enviros will sell out to the worst offenders in order to build their soapboxes. And hey, why do they need to go on IndieGoGo anyway? Doesn’t Mark Ruffalo and Woody Harrelson have $72 grand between them?
That Ed Begley is such a arrogant self sanctimonious narcissistic asshole comes as no surprise to anyone who has ever watched a single interview with him, nor should such a revelation about the Tickells be surprising. Hollyweird is overflowing with hypocrites of this nature. Frankly, and I say this as a 40 plus year resident of California, Hollyweird has become nothing less than an open latrine blighting the California countryside. A gangrenous puckering wound on America that refuses to heal, crawling with maggots and stinking to high hell.
Edit: The best description of Ed Begley and his Hollyweird hypocrite crowd ever…
It is what it is, and they are what they are…