The Swamp Hermit's Report

Obama’s Acceptance Speech – Déjà vécu?

Posted in Obama by Karmi on August 29, 2008

Obama promises “Change” whilst openly bashing America. America is the NUMBER ONE nation on planet Earth, and Obama wants to change that!? His words are mixed with obvious lies, and impossible to fulfill promises. His acceptance speech quickly became boring, and a déjà vécu moment came upon me…

“We have all some experience of a feeling, that comes over us occasionally, of what we are saying and doing having been said and done before, in a remote time—of our having been surrounded, dim ages ago, by the same faces, objects, and circumstances—of our knowing perfectly what will be said next, as if we suddenly remember it!” – Charles Dickens

Obama’s acceptance speech – and so-called message of “Change” – brought back memories of circa 1967, and of Victor Vashi’s book:

RED Primer for Children and Diplomats

This book is a primer, constructed in a plain fashion, with few words and many drawings. The simple format is appropriate, for the message of Red Primer for Children and Diplomats is crystal clear: Those who do not read history are condemned to repeat it.

First published in 1967 in commemoration of the 50th anniversary of the Russian Revolution. A one-page version is Here.

It is Victor Vashi’s magnum opus, an “historical account of the rise of the Soviet Union from 1917-1967.” Like America now, the people of Russia had thought that they wanted “Change”; however, unlike America now, the Russians at that time were not under a democratic type of government. They ended up with “Change” alright, but the Communist Party merely replaced the Czar, i.e. the Russian people were still stuck under a non-democratic government. Obama would lead America into Communism, and end freedom as we know it.

Swåmp Hermî†

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