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Obama's 1984
« on: November 01, 2013, 05:39:21 AM »
Obama’s 1984

November 1, 2013 By Frontpagemag.com 3 Comments



 
Big Brother is not only watching you.  He is eavesdropping on you, stealing  your metadata, snooping in your email and telling you what to eat and which illnesses you can treat if you’re lucky enough to see a doctor once  Obamacare is implemented.

In Obama’s 1984, Mark Tapson shows that if he were here today George Orwell would see a disturbing resemblance between the U.S. and the dystopian future he wrote about so prophetically a generation ago.  Obama’s 1984 takes the reader into the dark heart of this administration, a place of omnipresent NSA surveillance, police state tactics by the IRS and TSA, and nonstop intimidation of political opponents. Tapson shows how this President, like Big Brother, shamelessly digs memory holes where fact disappears (the murders of Americans in Benghazi were the result of an Internet video) and uses the “newspeak” of perverted language to whitewash the Islamic threat (the Islamist murders at Ft. Hood were the result of “workplace violence.”)

 

This pamphlet shows that we are less free than before as we head back to Orwell’s future, and because of Barack Obama the road we travel is the road to serfdom.

To read the pamphlet, see below. To order the pamphlet click here.
http://frontpagemag.com/2013/frontpagemag-com/obamas-1984/
« Last Edit: November 01, 2013, 05:40:37 AM by rangerrebew »
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