Wednesday, May 12, 2010

Is Obama Dominated By MOMCOM?

Seymour Hersh was interviewed recently in Geneva.

He was asked about President Obama after his address to a convention of journalists.

His reply was:
At this point he's in real trouble. Because the military are dominating him
on the important issues of the world ...
(Moore, emphasis added). This echoes what Hersh has been saying for some time now:
The army is also “in a war against the White House — and they feel they have [President] Obama boxed in,” Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter Seymour Hersh told several hundred people in Duke University’s Page Auditorium on Tuesday night. “They think he’s weak and the wrong color. Yes, there’s racism in the Pentagon. We may not like to think that, but it’s true and we all know it.”
(Herald Sun, emphasis added). If what Hersh and others are saying is true, then we have in effect a military coup that has not turned into a shooting war yet.

Some say that is because Obama has knuckled under to some type of pressure, whether political or otherwise, and may not be able to do what he wants.

Others say he was a phony from the beginning like other politicians, and will say anything to gain and hold power.

Yet others who lean toward social and psychological science feel that the toxins of power have become so strong in the U.S. that Obama succumbed to the toxins more rapidly than other presidents before him have.

I have no way of knowing for sure at this time, because he inherited an office that sits in the Oilstate of Religioustan, which is more and more becoming a puppet office, dominated by MOMCOM.

We know that there is a definite link between big oil, big military, and big media, which this blog characterizes as MOMCOM.

We recently noticed:
The 4th Fleet has been reactivated after 58 years of being moth balled, and has been sent to Central / South America where there is also lots of oil.

A website of the federal government tells us:
"Oil is the lifeblood of America’s economy."
(Department of Energy). Which is the same thing as saying you are economically dead without your blood, your oil.

The struggle for economic life then, would be the struggle for oil would it not?

Bush II put it in the cowboy language during a state of the union address to congress, saying that "America is addicted to oil".
(The Fleets And Terrorism Follow The Oil). As time goes on and civilization slowly dies, it would not be unthinkable for a military coup to break out into the open in the United States.

It has already happened to a large degree, however, the status of journalism concerning the MOMCOM coup now is "don't ask don't tell" (except for a few journalists like Hersh).

When will MOMCOM come out of the closet to declare that she-it is queen for a day?


  1. Great post. The only question in my mind is whether the coup will continue to be covert, or at some point in the future will the cover up just get to be too much of a hassle and they come right out in the open with it. Either way, the American people would rubber stamp it by a wide margin. Once again, all this glorification of all things military started back in the "Reagan Revolution," and has continued unabated ever since.

    Weimar Dredd - WEIMAR!!! All we need is the popular hard right ideologue who's ready to harness all the pent up hostility in a military crack down. He or she's out there already just waiting for the next financial meltdown and things to get a little bit worse.

    Obama can't be it, as this will primarily be a poor white thing, and his job was to pave the way for revolution by completing the handover to the rich. I hate to say it, but I keep coming back to Sarah Palin. She's just the kind of nonsense spewing ideologue who could get the job done, and her followers actually admire her all the more when her intelligence is attacked or challenged.

    She'd also be helped by the fact that liberals like me will NOT support Obama again NO MATTER WHO the GOP runs in opposition, as I actually think the vote for the candidate who will crater this mess the fastest is the wisest choice.

    Whoever it is, I think they'll buck the "money consensus" early on, as the powers that be will be resistant at first. Just as in the stock market however, they'll soon recognize and jump on the back of the winner in a continued effort to wield influence. The resulting crackdown will then be sold and cheered on as a "victory for the little man," even as it's anything but.

    Just as in Germany, the "little men" will then gladly turn on each other to curry favor from the almighty state, and in return be rewarded with poverty, destitution, and misery for their efforts. Nothing new under the sun.

  2. No sooner was Obama elected he picked his right wing foreign policy team in early December. He told us loud and clear during the campaign that he would expand the Afghan war, increase drone attacks in Pakistan and support the Israeli war machine no matter what. While Senator, he voted to support the telecommunications act which retroactively "legalized" illegal spying on American citizens. He was transparent from day one, even though we hoped otherwise. He's been a lackey for the war party and the military industrial complex from the get-go. I for one can't figure his psychology out. Something is way rotten in Denmark.

  3. Our society has evolved into a warlike nation against the will of many people, especially those who do not vote.

    If politicians want to be elected they must court the voters, not those who do not vote.

    The ship of state's drift to the right is led by those at the helm who do not make course corrections because they are establishment ideologues.

    Dysfunction dynamics cannot be analysed successfully with rational, logical thinking.

    It takes diagnosis to fathom a social disease, because social disease does not make sense, it makes sick.