In my past blogs I have spoke of Barack Obama having “Dictator Tendencies” This has been what I see in the way he addresses the nation. It is the persona that he presents to me. I have had discussions about this with other people and they have told me that to them he speaks just like a normal person. I have argued that it is not so. Just look at the way he delivered his speeches in comparison to any other president or president elect. Any other person would have showed their human compassionate side. It was so obvious that Barack Obama delivered speeches that made him look like he is the “Only Voice of Authority” and he should never be allowed to be challenged.
In the conversations people have told me that I was the only one that ever saw that in Barack Obama. But he often also said things that seemed to just slip by the mass crowds and be absorbed as absolute truth. Like for example that “Electing John Mc Cain is the same as putting George W. Bush back into office.” That was the most absurd lie that he ever told.
So now we analyze more things that he has said.
Ok so what is a “National Security Force?” Please explain. Another more creative person than I maybe makes a “National Security Force” a lot clearer.
Some how or other I think a “National Security Force” is a lot different than the individual states “National Guard.” If Barack Obama intended to indicate that he wanted to bolster the “National Guard” why did he not use the term “National Guard?” To me the National Guard is an organization of “Peace Keepers” and humanitarians that come to the aid of one specific incident or disaster at a time like a hurricane, Tornado or even a local civil disturbance. The National Guard is not a “Federal Police Force” like Barack Obama suggests in one of his speeches above. If Barack Obama had said “In addition to our armed forces we have to build up our National Guard to protect our borders from any hostile invasion, illegal immigration and insuring our national security.” I would have been a lot more comfortable with his speech.
And again it would seem by most of my friends that I am reading to much into this. But I’m not the only one that sees this pattern with Barack Obama.
And again I have to go back to this logo
What does this mean? OK Red, white and blue that is were the similarity to the US flag ends.
What do the three strips represent?
The dot in the center represents one unified country with no states or opposing entities.
The blue could mean blue sky.
What does this mean? Is this the new logo for the “National Security Force?”
I have to go back to young Barack’s Mentor Frank Marshal Davis who was a member of the Communist Party of the United States of America (CPUSA).
It just seems that so much of Barack’s persona leads back to the possible conversations that Barack had between himself and Frank Marshal Davis when Barack was 10-18 years old. I still believe that this fact is a ticking time bomb with Barack Obama.