Here's the Horse Sense: President Obama has been extremely efficient and competent at accomplishing his goals for America. Every situation is used to achieve those goals. Why would this be the one issue where he isn't using a situation to further his plans?
There's something wrong when our government won't protect the American people. It seems that no one can understand the actions of this administration when it comes to the ebola threat. Anyone who has read my writings knows that I recognize the nature of the progressive ideology of this president and the Democrats who control our government. They want to change our system of free market capitalism to a Marxist socialist (pronounced "communist") system. However, even with that intention, I wasn't putting together what the purpose could be of allowing such risk to Americans by opening our nation up to the ebola threat. Then it hit me, there are advantages both short term and long term for them to allow this to happen.
Saul Alinsky outlined methods to be used to accomplish these goals in his book Rules for Radicals (if you don't have a copy, you owe it to yourself to get one as it will clearly show you the tactics the left uses). He dedicates his book to Lucifer (Lucifer is Satan for those who are not familiar with the Biblical character) saying, "Lest we forget at least an over-the-shoulder acknowledgment to the very first radical: from all our legends, mythology, and history... the first radical known to man who rebelled against the establishment and did it so effectively that he at least won his own kingdom - Lucifer."
That dedication shows where Alinsky's heart was and that his admiration for Satan was, as is typical of leftists, based on a confused and limited understanding. While he hails Satan as the first radical who "won his own kingdom" he misses the point that ultimately Satan lost because his kingdom is temporary. While it does last thousands of years, for the rest of eternity he will be in hell, which I promise you is not a place where he will be in power, but rather will suffer for what he's done. Somehow comparing a few thousand years to forever doesn't seem like much of a win. (In fact, as John Newton, the man who wrote the lyrics to Amazing Grace, so profoundly pointed out, in eternity after 10,000 years you still have no fewer days left than you did when the 10,000 years started.)
Alinsky was misguided, as we have already seen, but it's important to note something else at this point. On page 10 of his book he writes that "a Marxist begins with his prime truth that all evils are caused by the exploitation of the proletariat by the capitalists. From this he logically proceeds to the revolution to end capitalism, then into the third stage of reorganization into a new social order of the dictatorship of the proletariat, and finally the last stage - the political paradise of communism." This is where Alinsky's followers such as Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton believe we should be (for a brief, but very good explanation of Obama's and Clinton's ties to Alinksy take the time to click here and read the article).
So, by now you're wondering what all this has to do with the ebola threat. The ebola threat is causing a huge amount of fear and, in some people, even panic, which will get worse if the threat gets greater. On page 110 of his book, Alinsky writes of community organizing (the process in which Obama was trained by Alinsky's organization and that is used to achieve their purposes), "The first step in community organization is community disorganization. The disruption of the present organization is the first step toward community organization. Present arrangements must be disorganized if they are to be displaced by new patterns.... All change means disorganization of the old and organization of the new." He goes on to write, "An organizer must stir up dissatisfaction and discontent..."
What could stir up more dissatisfaction and discontent with what's happening in our country than fear? When fear takes over, nothing else matters. On pages 127-134 Alinsky writes about power tactics saying "Whenever possible, go outside the expertise of the enemy. Look for ways to increase insecurity, anxiety and uncertainly." There isn't much that could cause more insecurity, anxiety and uncertainty than the threat of ebola wiping out large portions of our population.
If ebola were to infect people south of our border, it would cause a mass panic that would send thousands more illegal immigrants racing to cross our border. UPDATE: CNS News reports that there is concern within our military of this happening.
America is seen by the rest of the world as the place of safety. People in Latin America would race to America to try to be safe from the ebola virus or get treatment for it. Whether they had ebola or not, they would bring with them (as we're already seeing from the current surge of illegals) other diseases and health problems. This, along with the demands on our welfare system, would overburden our healthcare system and welfare system. It would also bring millions more new Democrat voters into the country.
The overloaded system (just as the Cloward and Piven strategy teaches) would collapse and set up the perfect opportunity for the progressives to throw out our system and replace it with their Marxist system.
Remember, no issue is ever about the actual issue for progressives. Even Obama has admitted that it is always about more power and control. This would give the left not only more power and control, but ABSOLUTE power and control. There would not be a way of fighting back once they've succeeded.
If you doubt Obama's methods, I highly recommend clicking here to read an excellent article from 2008 written by James Simpson for American Thinker. It is well worth your time to understand how Obama's uses a strategy of manufactured crisis. Clearly Mr. Simpson saw what was happening way back then, but sadly most Americans didn't.
But is the handling of the ebola threat just about getting more illegals into the country to increase the Democrat voter rolls? Is it possibly also about something much longer term and even more ominous?
As I think about this I also recognize that this could fit well into the U.N.'s Agenda 21 that George H. W. Bush signed and has been complied with by Bill Clinton, George W. Bush, and even moved further forward by Barack Obama. For an excellent overview of what it is all about check out my friend Tom DeWeese's American Policy Center website.
The United Nations' Agenda 21 plans to impose:
- Ending national sovereignty
- State planning and management of all land resources, ecosystems, forest, deserts, mountains, oceans and fresh water sources, agriculture, and rural development
- Abolishing private property ownership
- Government to determine the role of business and financial resources
- Restructure of the family unit with children being raised by the government
- Restrictions on freedom of movement by citizens
- Government determining each citizen's occupation
- Creation of areas where humans are allowed to live and forcing citizens to resettle in those areas and vacate private property
- Reduction of global population to achieve the above goals
If diseases like ebola are not controlled, ultimately we would see reductions in population, which would help achieve the goals of Agenda 21. Since Obama has been a huge supporter of Agenda 21, which George H. W. Bush committed the United States to when he signed it during his presidency, could it be possible that allowing the ebola threat would help towards a reduced population?
Certainly I don't know the answer, but it seems eerily suspicious that the actions that are being taken (or not taken) when it comes to ebola and America are just due to incompetence. Everything this president does is extremely competent at achieving his plans. Why would this be any different?