One, whose naive but good intentions seem to have been psychologically neutered, a hostage of the true occupants, ghosts and progeny of the perpetrators, who’s savagery in Dallas of 1963 continue to dominate the haunted premises with an icy subliminal grip.
The other, dead, lives on as a trophy within the celluloid of Zapruder’s ubiquitous reminder, a president’s head erupting into a pink aura of blood as his precious life, stolen, slipped from our presence; a silent jolt to those entering the cabal’s dark realm, quickly displaces any harbored thoughts of bucking heads with the ghosts of this entrenchment.
The seed was already sown prior to, but with every passing year since the bloody coup in Dealey Plaza, the ghastly miasma exuding from the vile creature metamorphosed that day, has grown ever more repugnant; its grip beyond reproach; its lawless global actions overtly bold and callous.
The Strange Presidency of Obama.
The other night I watched a documentary: JFK – A President Betrayed, narrated by Morgan Freeman. It’s obvious today, the seething hatred of those elements surrounding Kennedy did not evaporate with his elimination. That Dallas day, villainy had consolidated its grip on the ship’s helm, diabolically anointed with the blood of a man who dared move against this malaise; an incumbency that does not vacate the house with the passage of new election cycles.
To paraphrase an early statement Obama seared into my mind: “Power will not relinquish its throne so easily. It will take time.” Indeed!
How does one explain the radical, overnight switch in Obama’s character, from that of a campaign firebrand for Change to a complete whimpering stranger?
Absolutely nothing about the earliest days of Obama’s administration made any sense at all, nor did it match the passionate oratory of his campaign. The dismal contradictory trend continues today. Obama shed every ounce of steam, he the activist charged into office with, almost immediately became an impotent political eunuch. The JFK video, cinched it for me! I don’t know precisely how, but in my humble opinion, Obama was psychologically neutered the moment he officially set foot into the Oval Office.
“During the last months of the Bush administration, a Secret Shadow Government (SSG) was created to sabotage President Obama, politically, economically and, in particular, on issues of foreign policy. “Transition conferences” were held, procedures enacted, roadblocks created.”
Following Obama’s inauguration, each passing day in office, manifest as a growing despondency in supporters who witnessed the new President back-peddle on every single major issue. Towards the end of his first four-year term, we no longer knew the person. I too, utterly gave up on the man I thought would put a major chink in the decades old armor of darkness that had usurped the throne.
In light of the public record, no doubt, many will color this feeble attempt in perceiving salvation for Obama, via some strained comparison to JFK, a bit obtuse and pointless. I too thought I’d packed all of my hopey-wishey-changey toys back into the closet, but something here just won’t leave me alone! Continue reading