Sunday, October 19, 2008

"Public Allies"





I keep hearing about the Obama Youth and the group Public Allies, and I myself just found it disturbing, Do I believe the United States of America is racist, no I don't. Do I think there is racism in the United States, "Yes". Just read some of the water down thesis of Michelle Obama, or listen to Reverend Wright. Now can white people be racist, "Yes", any race can.

Is the United States, oppressive no not at all. We have lost some of our civil liberties yes. Some faction find certain things to be some what oppressive. But over all it is not. I find sexism, misogyny to be much worst in this country. But I will stand proud to say I am American.
I am also trying to understand why a white man cannot stand up and say yes there are some racist people here. I find it more laughable that I find many African Americans voting for Obama purely on the color of his skin, but do not find this racist.
Sorry to get of track, and I want to reiterate how frightening this is. One thing to be community organizer but there is such a, fascist or socialist under tones of this man Obama. Nothing he has done that does not have either a bit of a sour taste or the trails of dissident in the mix. From sitting on a board with a domestic terrorist, or launching your political career from his living room. Not just going to the Million Man March, but to go with an Islamic extremist like Farrakhan, and Wright. To use a Kenyan passport to go in places Americans are not allowed to travel. Let's examine his college years or lack there of, his transcripts have been kept private, and his funding has been questioned, but never revealed by Obama. As for his Law License he openly admits he lied on it by answering the question have you ever done drugs and he answered no, but told of his drug use in his college days in his books. He also lied on it when he said he was never known by any other name. On his adoption papers it clearly states Barry Sorreto. What about his birth certificate, why does he not just produce it. It would end the lawsuit in Pennsylvania and Washington State if to be genuine. ACORN is another questionable example of Obama handy work. It is the most corrupt voter registration group in United States History. With over twenty states under investigation, thirteen have indictments, from the lowest level to actual management. Adding that Obama has paid them over eight hundred thousand dollars as far as we know on this campaign. "Oh"must we forget his neighborhood of the South Side of Chicago. Well I know he, and his cronies in the Illinois Senate put allot of money in his friend Tony Rezco's pockets, and we know what he did on the South side of Chicago. Mind you Obama worked for the man, and his home he owns is tied to him. I am not even going to start in on Michelle Obama cause the list is long there too, but here is another board she sat on courtesy of her husband connections. When will it all end...
Michelle's Boot Camps For Radicals
By INVESTOR'S BUSINESS DAILY Posted Thursday, September 04, 2008 4:20 PM PT
Election '08: Democrats' reintroduction of militant Michelle Obama in Denver was supposed to show her softer side. But it only highlighted a radical part of her resume: Public Allies.
IBD Series: The Audacity Of Socialism
Barack Obama was a founding member of the board of Public Allies in 1992, resigning before his wife became executive director of the Chicago chapter of Public Allies in 1993. Obama plans to use the nonprofit group, which he features on his campaign Web site, as the model for a national service corps. He calls his Orwellian program, "Universal Voluntary Public Service."
Big Brother had nothing on the Obamas. They plan to herd American youth into government-funded reeducation camps where they'll be brainwashed into thinking America is a racist, oppressive place in need of "social change."
The pitch Public Allies makes on its Web site doesn't seem all that radical. It promises to place young adults (18-30) in paid one-year "community leadership" positions with nonprofit or government agencies. They'll also be required to attend weekly training workshops and three retreats.
In exchange, they'll get a monthly stipend of up to $1,800, plus paid health and child care. They also get a post-service education award of $4,725 that can be used to pay off past student loans or fund future education.
But its real mission is to radicalize American youth and use them to bring about "social change" through threats, pressure, tension and confrontation — the tactics used by the father of community organizing, Saul "The Red" Alinsky.
"Our alumni are more than twice as likely as 18-34 year olds to . . . engage in protest activities," Public Allies boasts in a document found with its tax filings. It has already deployed an army of 2,200 community organizers like Obama to agitate for "justice" and "equality" in his hometown of Chicago and other U.S. cities, including Cincinnati, Los Angeles, Milwaukee, New York, Phoenix, Pittsburgh and Washington. "I get to practice being an activist," and get paid for it, gushed Cincinnati recruit Amy Vincent.
Public Allies promotes "diversity and inclusion," a program paper says. More than 70% of its recruits are "people of color." When they're not protesting, they're staffing AIDS clinics, handing out condoms, bailing criminals out of jail and helping illegal aliens and the homeless obtain food stamps and other welfare.
Public Allies brags that more than 80% of graduates have continued working in nonprofit or government jobs. It's training the "next generation of nonprofit leaders" — future "social entrepreneurs."
The Obamas discourage work in the private sector. "Don't go into corporate America," Michelle has exhorted youth. "Work for the community. Be social workers." Shun the "money culture," Barack added. "Individual salvation depends on collective salvation."
"If you commit to serving your community," he pledged in his Denver acceptance speech, "we will make sure you can afford a college education." So, go through government to go to college, and then go back into government.
Many of today's youth find the pitch attractive. "I may spend the rest of my life trying to create social movement," said Brian Coovert of the Cincinnati chapter. "There is always going to be work to do. Until we have a perfect country, I'll have a job."
Not all the recruits appreciate the PC indoctrination. "It was too touchy-feely," said Nelly Nieblas, 29, of the 2005 Los Angeles class. "It's a lot of talk about race, a lot of talk about sexism, a lot of talk about homophobia, talk about -isms and phobias."
One of those -isms is "heterosexism," which a Public Allies training seminar in Chicago describes as a negative byproduct of "capitalism, white supremacy, patriarchy and male-dominated privilege."
The government now funds about half of Public Allies' expenses through Clinton's AmeriCorps. Obama wants to fully fund it and expand it into a national program that some see costing $500 billion. "We've got to have a civilian national security force that's just as powerful, just as strong, just as well-funded" as the military, he said.
The gall of it: The Obamas want to create a boot camp for radicals who hate the military — and stick American taxpayers with the bill.
http://www.ibdeditorials.com/IBDArticles.aspx?id=305420655186700


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