Moscow's First Tea Party

Submitted by SadInAmerica on Fri, 03/05/2010 - 9:59pm.

When the global elite had perfected their world stage by making Barry Soetoro their main star to bring down the United States of America, were they planning ObamaCare in time for Easter 2010? ~ Judi McLeod

Dates are significant to the One World Order cabal, and now Easter Sunday will join Christmas Eve as the countdown to the Health Care bill. 

Pompous, self-important and power-crazed global PoohBahs don't stop to consider that bunnies everywhere won't duck as Puppet Obama takes aim and fires at the population of the United States of America.

Obama lacks the courage to tell it like it is; that he can have the Dems pass his Health bill any old day; that if it couldn't be done on Christmas Eve, for symbolism Easter's even better.

Taking calculated potshots from a distance is so much easier than telling the truth up front.  This is a "leader" who always leaves it for the rest of us to go figure.

Obama has his needs, and like all sworn to the evil cause of the global elite, symbolism adds to the pain.

But even as he preens, boasts and bullies his way through taking over America's health care system, Obama has a few little flies in the proverbial ointment.

At Easter, people come both spiritually and physically out of the dark, during a renewal when even the pagans come out to play.

This winter was brutal, and all winter long Mother Nature refused to dance with Obama.  There were the snowstorms that shut down Washington, D.C.; tens of thousands in the Northeast were shut-ins with no heat and light.

So easy to tease and torment the masses when the wind is howling around their huts. Not so easy when Spring is in the air.

Freedom lovers expect Obama, who continues on a maniacal path to socialize America,  to "overreach".

Tyrants much tougher than the Pocket Messiah fell when they attempted the same strategy.

We take you back to May 1, 1990; to one of the global elitists now hovering in the dark of Obama's corner.

It was May Day in Moscow, captured for posterity by Bill Keller in a special to the New York Times: "President Mikhail S. Gorbachev and the Kremlin leadership were jeered today by throngs of protesters who were allowed to march through Red Square at the end of the annual May Day parade."

Scribes of the day could easily have termed it "Moscow's First Tea Party".

Back to Keller: "The Soviet leaders watched in evident amazement from the top of Lenin's mausoleum as (a)  shouting, fist-shaking column milled underneath waving banners that condemned the Communist Party and the K.G.B., and supported Lithuania's Declaration of Independence.

"Chants of "Resign!" and "Shame!" were largely drowned out by the blare of parade music, but foreign visitors who watched from the reviewing stand said they could clearly hear the shriek of hoots and whistles that rose up from the cobblestoned square as Mr. Gorbachev led the others off the mausoleum after enduring 25 minutes of protest.

"The banners and speeches warned against unemployment, private property and unregulated prices, and one placard called for the removal of Prime Minister Nikolai I. Ryzhkov for failing to lift the country out of its economic misery.

"Mr. Gorbachev's economic advisers say the threat of a worker uprising is the main reason they have pulled back from a "shock therapy" transition to a market economy."

Even the New York Times included (albeit down copy) a small reference to the humble monk whose heroic gesture was to soon change the world by unleashing the passion of little people everywhere that the mantle of Communism could be thrown off: ..."and at the front a monk from the Russian Orthodox monastery at Zagorsk who held up a nearly life-sized rendition of Jesus on the cross and called out to Mr. Gorbachev, "Mikhail Sergeyevich, Christ is risen!"

At that moment, Gorbachev turned heel and walked off of the reviewing stand.  At that time in history, the Berlin Wall had fallen the year before and the Iron Curtain was about to fall during the following year.

History was to record that even before the fall of the Iron Curtain, Gorbachev had bailed out to America, where friends had raised $3.3 million for him to run his Foundation from San Francisco's Presidium.

To this day, Gorbachev is an unsung cheerleader in the Obama corner.

Meanwhile there are those who claim that Barry Soetoro is attempting to emphasize the vision of `Obama, the Messiah' by forcing ObamaCare on the population "in time for Easter".  But the immortal words, "Christ is risen" belong to the real Messiah.  Incredibly, no one seems able to stop Obama's push for Marxism—the same one that began to fail on May 1, 1990.

Judi McLeod - March 5, 2010 - source CanadaFreePress

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Submitted by SadInAmerica on Fri, 03/05/2010 - 9:59pm.