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Saturday, September 05, 2009

David Horowitz On Obama

This is excellent.

Glenn beck interviews David Horowitz-son of a Communist Party family and a former radical in his own right.

Horowitz nails two of the most dangerous men in America-George Soros and Robert Borosage.

Horowitz has no doubts about the dangers of Obama's agenda.

There is a huge uplift going on the US as hundreds of thousands of Americans are waking up.

Three cheers for Glenn Beck!!!


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Trevor, Three cheers to YOU! I feel you are a huge part of this expose' of this communist administration that has taken over. I have been following you since before the election, and sent many, many people to your blog. I just read a story by Cliff Kincaid and he mentioned you, so I had to stop by and thank you, matey! I wish this country would have listened to us before the election to avoid all that we are going through right now. Hopefully, V. Jones will be the first of the communist "czars" this administration has appointed, thanks in a big part, to you!
Many blessings my friend,

Amy, Arizona USA

10:26 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I read here quite often, but have never posted. You deserve many, many kudos for all the work you have done towards exposing Obama, his agenda and his cohorts! Please know that your work gets a lot of exposure here in the states, as many of us direct others to your blog and share your threads. Thank you!!!


11:39 PM  
Blogger Danielle Nelson said...

I think I am developing a bit of a crush on you Trevor!!! I can't believe a blogger like you can do so much investigating and digging as you do. You, my friend, have awakened nothing less then the entire United States of America, and shamed every investigative journalist in the entire nation. One blogger on the other side of the globe has done more than an entire nation of journalists....I am in love!!!

11:51 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Was googling Horowitz and just found your blog. I can't wait til I can search your blog for past material. Looks as if you are way ahead of the curve.

I was heartened to hear Horowitz the other night on Beck. I was heartened because he SAID what I was thinking. Although I was raised fairly liberally, still I was shocked back in 1971, in Hawaii, to meet actual, card-carrying Communists -- complete with their little Red Books. I was shocked, naive as I was at the time, and dismayed by them. They enticed young people disillusioned by the Vietnam War to listen to their pleasant-sounding ideologies.

But, naive as I was, I recognized THE LIE. Because I had grown up in South Florida, I knew what life under Fidel was like. My friends at school had (unlike Michael Moore) lived it. I knew what life must be in the Soviet Union. Didn't appeal to me one whit.

So. Fast forward about 35 years. I'd long since shrugged off politics. Corruption and power go hand-in-hand, but I believed there were enough stalwart folks in government to avoid becoming the USSA. Besides, weren't we all too materialistic to become Marxists?

Of course, having been involved in education for more than a decade, I was alarmed by what was passing for -- learning. In fact, forced to take a grad. class in ed. (instead of my subject), I threw the textbook I had to read across the room. It said, and I paraphrase only slightly (and wish to Heavens I'd kept a record of the title and auther, etc.) -- teachers in the 1980s actually believed that their primary task in the classroom was to teach the subject matter. NO, this textbook proclaimed, that was so misguided. The PRIMARY objective for the teacher, the author proclaimed, was SOCIAL ENGINEERING.

No lie.

"Who elected me?" I yelled, throwing the book against the wall.

Fast forward to the night before the election.

Googling around, searching out material on ACORN, I'm alarmed. Rathke and SDS. HMMMM. I thought Obama only knew Bill Ayres and his wife because they lived on the same block.

Then I stumble on a video taken of an SDS reunion in Nov. 2007 at Loyola University. Barack is named as their candidate. Of course, that pronouncement came after laughing fondly together over watching Chicago burn and tales of roping in naive little high school kids.

And then, at that moment, I knew we were in serious, serious trouble in these United States.

This is a battle. And we need bloggers like you to help us through the firestorm. Our own journalists, for the most part, have been indoctrinated already -- through their entire years of schooling -- coming to fruition following the lectures of their Marxist professors.

Thank you and please keep your Obama posts for us to read. More of us will find our way to your info. We need it.

I can't wait until I have some time to spend with your material.

God Bless.

1:41 AM  
Blogger 10ksnooker said...

I would like to thank you for your efforts on behalf of freedom and liberty worldwide.

4:40 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I echo all the sentiments above. i found this blog this week trying to be a watchdog for Glenn Beck since our own media won't do it. I hope you have saved this information Trevor, I'm trying to pass the word on. I live in flyover country in the USA. Our residents have been too busy going to work and raising kids to pay attention to the systematic dismantling going on under our noses. I pray God helps us salvage something. Thanks for your work, a grateful nation is endebted to you. Our people are not represented right now in Washington.

8:24 AM  
Blogger Judith Sherman Consulting said...

I am pleased to see that people are starting to get the picture of my concerns. I've been saying that we should be concerned about Obama, but like most Americans, I was caught up in his facade. He is a nice looking man, he is a cute father the way the press conveys him, and he is the first black President. All of these features make him an impressive President. But that is where my admiration ends. The man, the people he surrounds himself with, the power he's given to Pelosi and others (along with what he takes upon himself) is scary to me. I am grateful for people like O'Reilly, Glenn Beck, Rush Limbaugh, and David Horowitz to help us wade through this mess we are in as a nation. I am truly concerned.

10:21 PM  
Blogger Trevor Loudon said...

Thank you all.

10:52 PM  

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