[Rushtalk] "America Is Gone!" - Pam Geller

William White wbbanjo at yahoo.com
Wed Jan 2 20:37:39 MST 2013

The carrot in this climate is free stuff, but pleasure island is of short duration.  Geller's apprehension for the Jews is the tip of the iceberg.  Rough seas ahead, mates.
Good article, John.

 From: John A. Quayle <blueoval57 at verizon.net>
To: Rushtalk <rushtalk at csdco.com> 
Sent: Wednesday, January 2, 2013 2:11 AM
Subject: [Rushtalk] "America Is Gone!" - Pam Geller

>The end of America: Why Romney lost  WND, January 1, 2013
>Exclusive: Pamela Geller traces death of the republic to 2 short words 
>The United States of America was created as an independent nation whose
founding ideal was the principle of individual rights. Freedom. Ayn Rand
said that “freedom, in a political context, means freedom from government
coercion.” America was the first moral government based on individual
rights, the nation of the Enlightenment.
>In this age of Obama, that ideal has been tossed aside for “free
>I have, for some timme, struggled with the new reality: America void of
her reason, existing without the reason for her existence, her morality.
It did not seem possible. And yet what now seems impossible is that
America ever was. As we revert back to the age of the primitive, the fact
that America happened at all is nothing short of a miracle. 
>The United States of America was the rational man’s shining
>Rabbi Steven Pruzansky of Congregation Bnai Yeshurun in Teaneck, N.J.,
recently wrote  an analysis of the 2012 presidential election that is the best thing
I have read on Romney’s election loss and the broader question of the
loss of America. 
>“It is a different world,” wrote Pruzansky, “and a different America.
Obama is part of that different America, knows it, and knows how to tap
into it. That is why he won.” What kind of different America? Pruzansky’s
explanation is devastating: “Romney lost,” he writes, “because the
conservative virtues - the traditional American virtues - of liberty,
hard work, free enterprise, private initiative and aspirations to moral
greatness - no longer inspire or animate a majority of the electorate.
The notion of the ‘Reagan Democrat’ is one cliché that should be
permanently retired. Ronald Reagan himself could not win an election in
today’s America. The simplest reason why Romney lost was because it is
impossible to compete against free stuff.”
>It is impossible to compete against “free stuff.” As Pruzansky explains:
“The adults among the 47,000,000 on food stamps clearly recognized for
whom they should vote, and so they did, by the tens of millions; those
who - courtesy of Obama - receive two full years of of unemployment
benefits (which, of course, both disincentivizes looking for work and
also motivates people to work off the books while collecting their
windfall) surely know for whom to vote; so too those who anticipate
‘free’ health care, who expect the government to pay their mortgages, who
look for the government to give them jobs. The lure of free stuff is
>And given Obama’s relentless hostility to Israel, Pruzansky says, “this
election should be a wake-up call to Jews. There is no permanent empire,
nor is there is an enduring haven for Jews anywhere in the exile. The
American empire began to decline in 2007, and the deterioration has been
exacerbated in the last five years. This election only hastens that
decline. Society is permeated with sloth, greed, envy and materialistic
excess. It has lost its moorings and its moral foundations. The takers
outnumber the givers, and that will only increase in years to come.” His
conclusion for American Jews is stark: “We have about a decade, perhaps
15 years, to leave with dignity and without stress.”
>What was once unthinkable is now not just thinkable, but entirely
possible. When I was a child, I remember sitting in the backseat of the
family car listening in on my parents’ conversation. I am not sure what
led to the following exchange, but I never forgot it. My father said,
“Nothing is forever.” And my mother said, “Nothing?” He repeated:
“Nothing.” And my mother thought for a moment and asked, “Not even
America?” He said, “Not even America.” 
>At that time the idea that America could fall was inconceivable to her
(and to me). America - freedom - was forever.
>But that is not so. AAnd scarier still is the tenuous status of Jews in
America. It’s hard not to draw parallels to persecuted Jews in
once-friendly nations and their subsequent persecution, expulsion and
slaughter. To think that Poland was once the Israel of Europe. Millions
of Jews made Poland their home and had a long history there of over a
thousand years. And in three short years - complete
>German Jews, meanwhhile, were so very vested in the motherland they
considered themselves Germans before Jews. They were war heroes for
Germany in World War I.
>How long do Jews have in Obama’s America? How long before we can’t walk
down the street with a kippah or a Star of David? This is already reality
for Belgium Jews, Swedish Jews and French Jews. Large portions of Norway
are already Judenrein.
>Proud Jews at Berkeley or the University of California Irvine can give
you a glimpse of how things can turn, quickly, in America as well. Now
that America itself has turned, everything is up for grabs.
>“To be a socialist,” said Josef Goebbels, “is to submit the I to the
thou; socialism is sacrificing the individual to the
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