Monday, April 26, 2010

The Left is Worried.

Chomsky Warns of Rise of the Far Right in the U.S.

Recent research from the New York Times / CBS News poll revealed that 18% of Americans identify themselves as supporters of the Tea Party, classify themselves "very conservative" and are very pessimistic about the direction of the country and severely critical of Washington and, of course, Obama. Over 90% of them believe that the country moves to a wrong path and the same percentage disapproves of the president and his administration policy. Already 92% of respondents estimated that Obama leads the country "toward socialism" (an opinion shared by more than half the population in general).

Moreover, the expressions of popular right-wing anger are registered when referencing more hate crimes, a rise of radical right-wing groups, as well as unofficial reports of a growing number of death threats against the president. Public safety agencies have raised the alert status for what is called "domestic terrorism."

Incidents were reported, several under investigation, of acts of intimidation against congressmen and other elected officials. Earlier this month, more than 30 governors received letters from an anti-government, ultra-conservative group who demanded their resignation in a period of three days (although there was no threat of violence), which meant that federal authorities have warned local police that the letters could lead to violent behavior. As such, there are more examples throughout the country.

The wave of disillusionment with the government and its rulers causes concern among some politicians who do not know what impact this might have on the elections of next November. But for others the issue is more alarming.

"It's very similar to Weimar Germany, the parallels are striking." Here, too, there is a tremendous disappointment with the parliamentary system, pointed Chomsky interviewing on Truthdig.

"The United States is very lucky that no honest and charismatic figure has appeared, and if this were to happen this country would be in real trouble for the frustration, disillusionment and the justified anger combined with the absence of a coherent response," he concludes.

In Germany, he recalls, an enemy was created to explain the crisis which was the Jew. "Here they are the illegal immigrants and blacks. We will say that white men are a persecuted minority. We will say that we must uphold and defend the honor of the nation. Military force will be exalted. There will be blows. This could be converted into an undeniable force. And if it takes place, it will be more dangerous than Nazi Germany. The United States is a world power ... I do not believe that this is far from happening," he says.

You damn right they are worried and they are pulling out all stops right now to attempt to save themselves and their little tin dick wanna be dictator Obama. From lamenting the potential rise of 'domestic' terrorism, to having Obama opine his latest musings concerning his power base of blacks and Latinos and supposed women that need to come back in November, to now dredging up one Noam Chomsky to flail about and lament his meanderings and concerns over a potential rise of Nazism in America.

For those unfamiliar, Chomsky is the present day equivalent of "Yoda" to the valiant rebels of the rabid left. Particularly those that believe that they are at war with the evil empire of capitalism in America.

Make no mistake, were he still alive, Saul Alinsky would be their go to guy right now, but since he is long since moldering in the ground, Chomsky is all they presently have. Chomsky has been latched onto and clung to by the dying breed of 1960's radical hippies and their progeny and one day soon, he will be the effigy of everything that supposed 'fairness' represented in an oppressive America of the early twenty first century. But not before Obama and the rest of the rogues gallery of Chicago new party Marxist gangsters have had their say and their way with the country.

Go ahead, read the musings of the mad Rabi of socialist/communist philosophy as told by the grand professor of linguistics and sundry other talents. PS. I love the Chomsky dig at the Weimar republic. Naturally, he overlooked the part about the National Socialists first bankrupting Germany. (and the part about the National Socialists being the Nazis.)

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