Tuesday, September 30, 2008

Your Creepy 1938 comparison of the Day

This was no casual get together at a "friend's house" in Venice CA one casual Sunday. Nothing about this video is spontaneous or casual. It is scary in many ways. It is un-American. We don't sing paeans to humans upon whom some have bestowed godhood. We sing hymns to God, but not to men. Idolatry is evil, and it is most evil coming out of the mouths of babes.  The lyrics of this song are over the top in their awfulness. One can only say, "The words rhyme." It was the kind of unsingable tripe that has to have been composed by one of those psychotherapists who recover memories of Satanic ritualistic sexual torture in three year old day care center inmates. Here are the lyrics:

Music and lyrics by Lily Campbell

We’re gonna spread happiness
We’re gonna spread freedom
Obama’s gonna change it
Obama’s gonna lead ‘em

We’re gonna change it
And rearrange it
We’re gonna change the world.

Music and lyrics by Kathy Sawada

Now’s the moment, lift each voice to sing
Sing with all your heart!
For our children, for our families,
Nations all joined as one.
Sing for joy and sing abundant peace,
Courage, justice, hope!
Sing together, hold each precious hand,
Lifting each other up;
Sing for vision, sing for unity,
Lifting our hearts to Sing!

Music and lyrics by Kathy Sawada
Yes we can can can can can can yes we can can can
Lift each other up In peace, in love, in hope Change! Change! Yuck.

(at one point, that video went down the memory hole, and I had to look for another copy of it. Apparently, the producers didn't realize how demented it is and took it down.)

Which brings us back to our 1938 moment:

"Hitler Our Savior" Watch it and weep for your country's future:

Adolph Hitler is our Savior, our hero.
He is the noblest being in the whole wide world.
For Hitler we will live. For Hitler we will die.
Our Hitler is our Lord, who rules a Brave New World.

From John Eberhard at Common Sense Government:
(read the whole article)

It is so like a culture in decline to look toward a charismatic leader for all of our excesses. It is not liberty which has brought us to this point. Here is the cycle of society in it's highest form, to its most evil and decadent. Where do you think that we are on this circle?


  1. On the circle I think we are between complacency and apathy. At least in my neck of the woods. In some other parts of the country I beleieve it's between apathy and dependence.

  2. I think, that in urban areas, especially in California and the Northeast, mainly, most all big cities, and places where there are high populations of minorities and elderly people, they are at a dependency stage. I agree that we are at the apathy stage right now.
    I wouldn't say that there is quite an open rebellion against God, but it's coming.

  3. Creepy indeed. You're really creeping me out with the creepy juxtapositions lately. I know how it is, though. Everything now reminds me of something else that's evil, stupid, or insane.

    On a lighter note, as your inadequately paid proofreader, I'm alerting you to the typo in your last paragraph.

    I can't seem to replicate the Akismet thing with any browser, and I even tried some spammy stuff I thought might waz it out.

    Lynn speaks of apathy and complacency, but I don't know about that. Personally, I feel some real anger brewing, not like the rage of the Left against all that is good and decent. I mean real heads-will-roll fury.

    Calls to our elected representatives are running as high as 100-1--a rare left-right consensus--against the financial bailout, but our leaders couldn't care less.

    I don't see folks remaining apathetic for long.

  4. I think you may be rite, Hide. I think our execces are catching up to us. Or them. Someone's gonna pay. Time for a T partay.

  5. Damn you apostrofee S! Damn you strate to Hel.


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