The re-election of Barack Obama was not just about a single indi­vidual. More impor­tantly, his Admin­is­tra­tion, along with its Czars, appointees, health care reform, reg­u­la­tions, mil­i­tary restruc­turing, etc., will live on for at least another four years, if not permanently. 

Obama’s first four years focused on restruc­turing the U.S. Admin­is­tra­tion. He put his Marxist-oriented system and poli­cies in place and found key people to move it for­ward. A majority of Amer­i­cans are appar­ently sup­porting this rev­o­lu­tion, but more because of mass manip­u­la­tion than rea­soned thinking.

Big_Brother_WatchingI over­heard some older people speaking about the elec­tion results. One cursed George Bush as the evil destroyer and praised Obama because he also blamed Bush. Another said that he is happy as long as he keeps get­ting his Social Secu­rity checks and Medicare pay­ments. Another sug­gested that Obama’s eco­nomic poli­cies might not be so hot and the other two scoffed in total igno­rance. It was a use­less and point­less dis­cus­sion that led nowhere, and only showed that none of them under­stood a thing they were talking about.

My point is, this under­scores the mass igno­rance and mis­un­der­standing among the pop­u­lace. Such people are easily manipulated.

Here are a few fore­casts on the next four years with Obama at the helm.

Rad­ical Islam – Obama will do nothing to stem the spread of rad­ical Islam in the Middle East or else­where. His friendly dis­po­si­tion toward groups like the Muslim Broth­er­hood will encourage even more bold­ness in regime turnover like the ones seen in Egypt and Libya, and the U.S State Depart­ment and CIA will be helping every step of the way.

Health­care – Oba­macare is now set in con­crete. There will be no turning back. The quality of health care will dete­ri­o­rate and many doc­tors will exit the system, shrinking avail­able resources even fur­ther. Rationed care will be par­tic­u­larly hard on the elderly as they are increas­ingly viewed as use­less to society.

Cor­rup­tion – Scan­dals and cor­rup­tion will increase dra­mat­i­cally. During the first four years, nothing has stuck to Obama. He and his Admin­is­tra­tion have suc­cess­fully dodged every scandal, thumbed their nose at Con­gress and the Judi­cial system, and stonewalled every request for infor­ma­tion. Such “suc­cesses” will only encourage more bad behavior.

 Police State – The overall mil­i­tary will be reduced in size with an increasing focus on domestic enforce­ment. That is, the mil­i­tary will be increas­ingly used in the U.S. to “fight home­grown terror.”  Depart­ment of Home­land Secu­rity screen­ings and check points will be expanded into all forms of travel and public safety: train, bus, per­sonal trans­porta­tion, sporting events, public build­ings, etc. Local police forces will be sub­ju­gated to mil­i­tary or fed­eral authority.

Gun Con­trol – Buy them while you can because Obama will be full out to ban gun own­er­ship, gun and ammu­ni­tion sales. Reuters reports that within hours of the elec­tion results “U.S. backs new U.N. arms treaty talks.” Obama dropped this ini­tia­tive in July for fear of Repub­lican back­lash; now it’s back and run­ning at full speed.

Tech­noc­racy – Zbig­niew Brzezinski wrote in Between Two Ages that “Marxism rep­re­sents a fur­ther vital and cre­ative stage in the maturing of man’s uni­versal vision.” Note that it is not the end of man’s vision, but only a stage to go through. As a Marxist, Obama is using his unortho­doxy to move toward Tech­noc­racy in the U.S. and also glob­ally. In this sense, he is a “useful idiot” in the pro­mo­tion of Tech­noc­racy. Amer­ican polit­ical and eco­nomic thinkers are far behind the curve in under­standing this.

Smart Grid – Expect an all-out push to com­plete the national smart grid and to tie it together at the Depart­ment of Energy in Wash­ington, D.C. As green energy policy fab­ri­cates energy short­ages, the cry for con­ser­va­tion and a “national energy policy” will be deafening.

Per­sonal Pri­vacy – By 2016, nothing will be hidden from gov­ern­mental view, and no cit­izen (except the elite) will be exempt from total “on-demand” scrutiny. The imple­men­ta­tion of a national id card will be real­ized. Public sur­veil­lance and tracking will be per­va­sive. Mon­i­toring of all com­mu­ni­ca­tion (phone, com­puter, con­ver­sa­tions) will be fully implemented.

Tax increases – Expect them on every level. Obama is already con­sid­ering a “carbon tax” that will limit U.S. man­u­fac­turing and transportation.

U.S. Con­sti­tu­tion – It’s toast and we all know it, so we might as well just say it. The first four Obama years have trashed what­ever is left of a working Con­sti­tu­tion. It is clear that the Exec­u­tive Branch of the U.S. gov­ern­ment has broken free of the checks and bal­ances pro­vided in the Con­sti­tu­tion, and is now in an openly adver­sarial role with Amer­ican cit­i­zens. Obama will do what­ever he wants, with or without the approval of Congress.

Is there any­thing that can stop these well-defined polit­ical memes? No. Why not? Because the majority of voters (espe­cially the younger gen­er­a­tions) are not lit­erate enough to even under­stand these issues, much less resist them.

The odds are high that one of Obama’s past, present or future scan­dals could get him impeached before 2016. How­ever, be careful what you wish for: Obama’s depar­ture would pro­mote the master-of-jabberwocky Joe Biden to the presidency.

Source: August Review