Archive for April 2011
Are Mickey Mouse and Mary Poppins registered to vote in Nevada? In a Las Vegas courtroom last week, prosecutors found the fictional characters not guilty but convicted those impersonating them of voter fraud. The Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now (ACORN), the radical left-wing activist group, was convicted in a massive voter-fraud conspiracy. It has been committing identify theft for decades. – Matthew Vadum
[A] report by a Catholic education watchdog group contends that it has found more than 150 instances of links between U.S. Catholic colleges and universities and Planned Parenthood, the nation’s leading family planning organization and the largest provider of abortion-related services. – Washington Times
The Sixteenth Amendment has had the full force of law for nearly a century. Indeed, this assault on the very liberties that the Constitution was designed to safeguard has been enforced more zealously than any law, constitutional or statutory, in all of American history. — “Uncle Sam’s Cabin,” F.R. Duplantier, 1986
The federal income tax and the direct election of U.S. senators were key to the usurpation of the rights of the States and the People. Repeal of these two amendments is essential to the restoration of our rights.
Feel free to publish, post, or pass on Your Weekly Politickle by F.R. Duplantier:
You’ve got thousands in debt to repay,
But you can’t make that debt go away
If you keep on defending
Your gross overspending
Or you cut back just pennies a day.
From the archive:
Some magicians do mental spoon-bending
Or assistants in mid-air suspending,
But Barack has a trick
That is even more slick:
He can balance a budget by spending!
They have money to disburse
That they’ve taken from our purse:
Those who made the big mess,
Turning more into less,
Will now solve it by making it worse.
BROKE BARACK MOUNTAIN
From Obama, just what will we get?
In his first year: a mountain of debt,
Mounds of scandal and porn,
Mounds of babies unborn!
And we haven’t seen anything yet!
Last week’s verse:
CZARDOM & GOMORRAH
“We are in your schools now and polluting
All the innocent minds we’re rebooting:
There’ll be total immersion
In every perversion
And the schools will be safe for recruiting.”
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Remember when we were safe in church? In the media, in the marketplace, and in the schools we expected to be bombarded by the propaganda of the population controllers. Church was different: it was the one place we could escape the din of disinformation. — “Planned Parenthood’s Partnership with the Churches,” F.R. Duplantier, 1993
The Church has been subject to infiltration and sabotage from the very beginning. In our time, socialists, homosexuals, feminists, radical environmentalists, and others have burrowed in and wreaked havoc. Far from spontaneous or haphazard, their malicious efforts have been deliberate, carefully planned, and coordinated. I had the opportunity to document one such demonic campaign when, in 1993, Judie Brown at the American Life League asked me to review a Planned Parenthood manual that had fallen into their hands. Entitled Partners in Diversity, it gave step-by-step instructions for insinuating their death-culture message into the pulpits of America. “Dialoguing” with one’s opponents may at times be the Christian thing to do, but not when their sole purpose is to undermine the believer’s faith and subvert his church.
There was a time in the history of the homosexual movement when their demand was for “tolerance.” That time has passed. Now, homosexual activists have completely reversed themselves and routinely demand an aggressive intolerance — for any viewpoints that disagree with theirs, that is. And what’s shocking is that, in many cases, large organizations are bowing to such demands. – Peter Sprigg
Recently, while reading a U.S. Department of Commerce report entitled Aging in the Third World, I had to keep reminding myself that the “older populations” to which author Kevin Kinsella refers are, in reality, grandparents. What made this obvious fact so difficult to bear in mind was a mass of facts, figures, and analysis demonstrating that — despite their years of hard work and sacrifice on our behalf, and the warmth and wisdom they offer us in abundance — the elderly are often seen as an insufferable burden on society. In fact, as I read about them, they didn’t seem like human beings at all, but more like rodents. And, though the subject was never mentioned, even euphemistically, the conclusion toward which the “documentation” moves inexorably is that the only solution may be extermination of the pests. — “The Old Folks Are Coming! The Old Folks Are Coming!” F.R. Duplantier, 1991
Fabricate a “problem” and implement a “solution” that will make it worse. Presto! You have a crisis. “Overpopulation” is a classic example. There was never an overpopulation problem, but the engines of disinformation assured us that there was, and population control (at point of entry) was presented to us as the solution. Now we do have a problem: not enough babies being born to sustain an increasing elderly population. What’s the solution? More population control (at exit point). Having murdered babies for four decades, we now have no choice but to murder old people.
But wait a minute! Couldn’t we just have more babies? No, that’s a solution that would actually work, and then we wouldn’t have a problem to solve. You see, it’s not about the problem; it’s about the solution. And the solution is government control of everything, including our lives.