“Propaganda must not serve the truth, especially not insofar
as it might bring out something favorable for the opponent.”… Adolf Hitler
You were warned.
The Citizen Wells blog, beginning early in 2008, warned of the similartities between the Obama camp and Nazi Germany. A simple search here on “Nazi” “Hitler” will yield the articles. It comes as no surprise to anyone paying attention, that the Obama camp followers, the far left wackos who embrace the religion of earth and earth quasi science worship, are playing out their Hitler youth inspired roles.
Recently, Tim Phillips of Americans for Prosperity, was attempting to deliver a live webcast from Copenhagen on climate change skepticism. Philips was confronted by modern day Hitler Youth.
Lord Christopher Monckton, a former science advisor to Lady Margaret Thatcher, was in attendance. Monckton stated:
“This is a rather childish demonstration by people who do not believe in free speech,”
“You are listening now to the shouts in the background of the Hitler youth.”
“the protestors have no understanding of the science surrounding the debate on climate change”
From a YouTube video:
“US Youth delegates to the Copenhagen Climate Negotiations crash climate denier live webcast in Copenhagen and are called “hitler youth” by Lord Christopher Monckton at an Americans for Prosperity event. American youth attended to demand a safe and sustainable energy future that provides millions of clean energy jobs for Americans.”
Why are so many young people being led astray to embrace false religions and causes?
Where do many of these impressionable youth get their notions?
The obvious answer is in colleges and universities.
I have not had many reasons to laud the Charlotte Observer in the past several years. They embraced the change of Barack Obama early in 2008 and did little to serve their readership. However, much to my surprise and delight, on Monday, November 30, 2009, they printed an article on the Declaration of Independence and US Constitution titled “Truths are ‘self-evident'” that provided a glimpse into the attitudes of many professors.
“Through a carefully written constitution, the Founders – Washington, Adams, Jefferson, Hamilton, Madison and the rest – created an enduring framework of limited government based on the rule of law. With this structure, the Founders sought to establish religious freedom, provide for economic opportunity, secure national independence and maintain a flourishing society of republican self-government – all in the name of the simple but radical idea of human liberty.
The founding of the United States was indeed revolutionary, but not in the sense of replacing one set of rulers with another or overthrowing the institutions of society. What was revolutionary were the ideas upon which the new nation would be built: permanent truths “applicable to all men and all times,” as Abraham Lincoln later said. The ultimate ground of government would be principle rather than will.
In America, for the first time anywhere, these universal ideas became the foundation of a system of government and its political culture. Because of these principles, the American Revolution culminated in a constitutional government rather than a new tyranny.
To this day, the principles proclaimed in the Declaration of Independence and put into action by the Constitution still define us as a nation and inspire us as a people. And they are responsible for our unmatched prosperity and justice.
Unfortunately, few of our learned elites – especially our university professors who teach the next generation, shape popular culture and set the terms of political discourse – teach the self-evident truths that animated the Founders. Instead, they passionately embrace and pass on a more “modern” belief: No such truths exist. Certainly no truths applicable to all time, anyway.”
“Amid many challenges – unsustainable federal spending and skyrocketing debt, the burden of entitlement programs, national security in a dangerous world – the real crisis that tears at the American soul is not a lack of courage or solutions. From the decline of civic education to the rise of dependency on government, our societal problems are rooted in a deep confusion about the meaning of America’s core principles.”