“The whole country needs TURPENTINE … start with Holly-weird and move to New York City” — Phil Robertson
“Barack Obama is an historic president, and the Hindenburg was an historic dirigible.” — Derek Hunter
The latest bit of Marxist social engineering by the Obama mis-Administration:
To ensure that “every American is able to choose to live in a community they feel proud of,” HUD has published a new fair-housing regulation intended to give people access to better neighborhoods than the ones they currently live in. (CNS)
The Khmer Rouge, or “KR,” attempted to completely transform Cambodia overnight, by organizing the country into farming cooperatives, demanding total devotion to the state and wiping out any remnants of the old regime.
Shortly after their victory, the Khmer Rouge forced the evacuation of 2 million people from the city to the countryside, on foot. The wounded were forced out of hospitals to make the trek; some of them were wheeled out on hospital beds.
“It was genocide driven not by racial or religious hatred but by an ideology that had been incubated so fervently that it became insanity.”
Big Red has his own gang of radical ideologues. They may not have the wherewithal (yet) to relocate American citizens at gunpoint, so they’ll start by cutting off the federal cash flow:
Obama is not a fan of America’s suburbs. Indeed, he intends to abolish them … Obama is a longtime supporter of “regionalism,” the idea that the suburbs should be folded into the cities, merging schools, housing, transportation, and above all taxation. To this end, the president has already put programs in place designed to push the country toward a sweeping social transformation in a possible second term. The goal: income equalization via a massive redistribution of suburban tax money to the cities.
… One approach is to force suburban residents into densely packed cities by blocking development on the outskirts of metropolitan areas, and by discouraging driving with a blizzard of taxes, fees, and regulations. Step two is to move the poor out of cities by imposing low-income-housing quotas on development in middle-class suburbs. Step three is to export the controversial “regional tax-base sharing” scheme currently in place in the Minneapolis–St. Paul area to the rest of the country. (Burn Down the Suburbs? Not exactly, but Obama is already working to get rid of them/Stanley Kurtz/National Review)
Merging communities makes it vastly easier to control them. Which is the idea. It’s not an American idea, of course, but then Barack Obama is not really an American president.
What Happens When Obama’s “Mandatory National Diversity” Hits Alaska? (Daniel Greenfield/Front Page Magazine)