[From the July, 2012 issue of Northwest Observer. Sample copies available from email@example.com]
“The Supreme Court on Thursday upheld virtually all of President Barack Obama's historic health care overhaul, including the hotly debated core requirement that nearly every American have health insurance. The 5-4 decision meant the huge overhaul, still taking effect, could proceed and pick up momentum over the next several years, affecting the way that countless Americans receive and pay for their personal medical care.”
Yadda yadda yadda. Unless you have been living in a cave on Mars, you know all this already. The web and the media are full of nothing else. The AP article above captures the essence of it.
Most System politics is rubbish, smoke and mirrors designed to convince the goyim that they have some kind of control over their own destinies, which they don’t. But this one is important, because it opens up what will, I admit, be a coming election that is actually significant in a serious way. Most aren’t. Most of these dog and pony shows are about whatever empty suit will plunk his butt down at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue for the next four years. This coming election is about the very nature of American society in the 21st century. Capitalist or socialist?
23 years after the fall of the Berlin wall and the Soviet bloc—we thought we’d won, remember?—the Reds are finally at the gate. Looks like Joe McCarthy was right.
The true nature and purpose of Obamacare can be simply stated: from now on, White people have to pay the medical bills of black and brown people. Since there will soon be far more non-Whites in America than Whites, you can do the math.
It is possible, just barely possible, that at the eleventh hour and the 59th minute, the corrupt and senile Republican party will rally to the belated defense of the multi-billion-dollar private health insurance industry with enough votes in November to turf the squamous Democrats out—that is, if the vote is counted honestly. That’s become more and more problematic over the years. Then maybe—just maybe—they might even have the balls to repeal Obamacare. That’s a lot of maybes, but in the complete absence of any will on the White man’s part to take any meaningful action to change the world, it’s our last chance. It shouldn’t be, but that’s on us for our cowardice and our weakness.
If Obama is re-elected, the illegals will get amnestied and legalized and registered to vote, and from then on we are a one-party state, wherein a non-White majority will tyrannize, oppress, and humiliate a shrinking White minority while squeezing the last wretched penny out of the White middle class, like grapes in a wine press.—HAC