[StBernard] Obama's Speech towards Students - Subliminal messaging???

Westley Annis Westley at da-parish.com
Mon Sep 7 20:55:21 EDT 2009

After having read O'b1's "Student 'essay' Speech" beforehand I can now
scrutinize with some degree of opinion as to the content.

Firstly, one must pay attention to WHY he's using "students" as a forum
outside of parents (school rooms, auditoriums, etc.). As we all know, the
greatest indoctrination of students into liberal thought takes place in our
school system. There are more liberals, Marxists, socialists who teach than
conservative ones., of course. This makes it far easier to shove liberal
philosophy and concepts into a youngster who is for the most part, a
"socialist culture/pitre disc" for promoting liberal ideology.

If O'B1 uses the student forum as a soundstage or setting of authoritative
dialog, it's certain he will be able to reach young minds in his speech
which contains subliminal messages that seed his ideology and socialized
agenda. Take for example his reference to an Hispanic minority, Jazmin Perez
about getting proper schooling. We can assume his reference to the minority
"authoritatively convinces" minorities to continue education without
hesitation. Why? Educating minorities (who tend to be most liberal and
democrats) will seed the future for an imbalance of voters (whereas he
expects illegals will be allowed to vote in the near future adding to more
liberal strength).

The reference to Adoni Schultz (brain cancer), seeks audience and support
for his socialized medicine (National/Socialist health plan).

The reference to Shantel Steve does similar to Perez. An colored-American
from his hometown, Chicago, who can leave the gangs there and (hopefully in
his mental-exercise)become an "organizer" like him to carry the torch
someday as he had done so.

O'B1: "I hope you'll all wash your hands a lot, and stay home from school
when you don't feel well, so we can keep people from getting the flu this
fall and winter." He says.

What better possible scenario to help promote healthcare? He's probably
insinuating that "After all, once we pass this extraordinary piece of
socialized medicine legislation soon, we can include swine flu in our free
coverage to minorities and the socialists?" -a reference to healthcare, no

O'B1: " You won't love every subject you study. You won't click with every
teacher. Not every homework assignment will seem completely relevant to your
life right this minute. And you won't necessarily succeed at everything the
first time you try.
That's OK"

That's ok, just agree with students' dissatisfaction by setting standards
lower by any means. Reminds me of my mom who always praised me for making a
"D" in school while in grammar school. Appeasing me and encouraging me to
'like" or accept a D instead of setting a standard of perhaps an A or B to
excel in school. It's probably the core reason of why I goofed off in
grammar school and almost flunked 6th grade. I had to turn to my own
motivation to end high school with a 3 point and college with a 4 point.
Therefore, when a president says "That's OK", students buy into his word as

O'B1: " If you get in trouble, that doesn't mean you're a troublemaker, it
means you need to try harder to behave."

Why not tell these easy-manipulative-minded kids that "what you don't want
to do is get involved with the wrong crowd where you'll spend time in
juvenile incarceration, experience future jail-time and hardship later to
you and your family"? I can remember in many incidences, a program called
"Scared Straight" would place troubled kids in prisons where cellmates would
"scare them straight". Tough love. You can't influence kids with roses and
chocolates. You have to bring reality to them pebble-minded, short termed
memories. Perhaps, I "pray" that you won't get involved with bad company and
crime because you can't imagine the nasty, serious consequences which will
RUIN your entire life and give you regrets as long as you live".

O'B1: "The story of America isn't about people who quit when things got
tough.. the story of students who sat where you sit 250 years ago, and went
on to wage a revolution and found this nation. "

Subliminal you say? I can remember during the 70's a Black Panther member
read to me from the U.S. Declaration of Independence, explicitly expressing
to me the part: "--That whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive
of these ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it, and
to institute new Government,". Are we led to believe he's let a Freudian
Slip of the tongue to expose his true intentions? Towards socialism/Marxism
and communism? Yes??

O'B1: " I'm working hard to fix up your classrooms and get you the books,
equipment and computers you need to learn."

Yes, taking total credit for the purse strings of our congress to convince
students or adults that it is HE that will make them extremely comfortable,
give them free text books (young kids of public schools don't know they're
getting their books free at the expense of the taxpayer? Private schools and
colleges have to buy them unless they get free college grants. Yes, he
should shine before the public to stress the fact that HE and HE alone is
hard working (promoting his next election run with their support) and is
clearly grandstanding (and taking press photos 3 yrs before time).

O'B1: "So don't let us down - don't let your family or your country or
yourself down"

Back to liberal teaching: if they do good, they learn more in liberal
schools about what it takes to "change America" towards O'B1's dream state:
Socialized education.

Reminds us sort of like the Hitler Youth or the Soviet youth of
psychological training, where institutional-fed social education introduces
political propaganda of this "leader" of socialism now evolving in America.

Pay close attention to what's happening. It doesn't matter if it occurs in
St. Bernard, Chicago or Los Angeles as presently (barring succession from
the union), they are in America. We start at the most manipulated and
escalate to adults when the plan is once in place. Don't assume that any
counter measures toward appeasement of a socialized agenda is fiction and
far-fetched. That's why God gave humans free-will and ability to reason.


O'B1's Speech to students:


More information about the StBernard mailing list