Obama is just like Blair: slippery, deceitful, and hates anyone who disagrees. Now he's in your e-mails! The thought police are active if you are against the Kenyan Conman's regime. We've seen it all first in Britain! By Alan Franklin.
18/08/2009

One of the benefits of having been a Chief Reporter for ten years then an editor and publisher for 21, is that I covered a lot of criminal courts and interviewed a lot of shysters. I know the type. So when Tony B. Liar smoothed his way into office in Britain, helped by his homosexual spin doctor Mandelson, known in Britain as "the Prince of Darkness," I knew immediately that a master manipulator had been elected. Something nasty was behind the smarmy smile, as Christians soon discovered. Obama is exactly the same.

In Britain our freedom of speech has been rapidly eroded, as political correctness was rolled out across schools, hospitals and everywhere the government could reach. Spin replaced substance but underneath it all was a multifaith, anti-Christian agenda.

Blair was a disaster, the worst Prime Minister in British history, and that's saying something. Having destroyed Britain he has now moved on to meddle in the Middle East, as the world's "peace envoy", and also to promote "interfaith," which means "all roads lead to God and real Christianity must go." Despite supporting abortion and homosexuality whenever possible, he joined the Catholic church. Stinking hypocrite? Yes, and worse.

Meanwhile a Big Brother regime that would have shocked George Orwell, author of the book 1984 in which an all-seeing government watched and monitored every citizen, has been put into place. Here's an e-mail I just sent to Terry James, the well known prophecy expert:

I was putting together some slides for one of my presentations yesterday and discovered that Britain has 1.5 times as many surveillance cameras as China!
We now have cameras that talk to people, bossing them around in the streets! They are being installed in 20 cities. They are also getting listening devices.Some places also have face monitoring systems so they can scan for people the authorities are interested in.
The average Briton is now filmed about 300 times per day! We also have camera cars patrolling the streets, filming whatever takes their fancy and harassing motorists.
We are years ahead of America in plans to put GPS systems in cars etc.They also want even more speed cameras, speed averaging cameras- you name it. All of them are being linked into one enormous grid. The records of journeys are logged and kept. As you drive down the main highways your number plates are scanned every few miles. Our son and I spent a day in the  control room where all this information is monitored- an astonishing operation, with screens showing all the main roads.
The EU is now planning to store all e-mails, log every web page visited, every phone call etc.which Britain has done for years. I
If any organisation  in America would like me to come and give a Powerpoint presentation on this and other aspects of the New World Order, the EU in Bible prophecy and much else, I am planning a tour of the States in the spring. Book now!
America is not far behind. Here is an article by Bobyy Eberle of GOPUSA:

 Earlier, I wrote about Barack Obama's White House web site that encourages citizens to report on other citizens. It was an unprecedented move by the Obama's advisors to obtain information on people who disagree with their positions. What would be done with this information? Where would it be stored? What information would be collected? All these questions went unanswered.Now, many Americans across the country are getting official White House e-mail messages which support Obama's health care plan. The problem is... these people did not sign up to receive such messages. When asked about this issue, the White House response was a series of ums and errs.The problem of unsolicited e-mails from the White House was raised by Fox News' Major Garrett, after he noted that Fox had received hundreds of complaints from citizens saying they are now getting White House e-mail messages from Obama advisor David Axelrod. As usual, Gibbs will not answer the question and only perpetuates the notion that the Obama White House is up to no good.I have personally been contacted by numerous GOPUSA subscribers wondering how they are suddenly receiving White House e-mails. I have no idea, but rather than the White House providing answers, all they provided was the brush off.Finally, on Sunday, the White House provided a response and blamed other groups. As noted in a report on FOXNews.com, "The White House for the first time Sunday seemed to acknowledge that people across the country received unsolicited e-mails from the administration last week about health care reform, suggesting the problem is with third-party groups that placed the recipients' names on the distribution list."Fox News received a statement from the White House which read:"The White House e-mail list is made up of e-mail addresses obtained solely through the White House Web site. The White House doesn't purchase, upload or merge from any other list, again, all e-mails come from the White House Web site as we have no interest in e-mailing anyone who does not want to receive an e-mail," the statement said. "If an individual received the e-mail because someone else or a group signed them up or forwarded the e-mail, we hope they were not too inconvenienced.""Further, we suggest that they unsubscribe from the list by clicking the link at the bottom of the e-mail or tell whomever forwarded it to them not to forward such information anymore. We are implementing measures to make subscribing to e-mails clearer, including preventing advocacy organizations from signing people up to our lists without their permission when they deliver petition signatures and other messages on individuals' behalf."The White House e-mails were even received by a GOPUSA staff member. In one e-mail, Obama senior advisor David Axelrod addresses health care by noting that "rumors and scare tactics have only increased as more people engage with the issue. Given a lot of the outrageous claims floating around, it's time to make sure everyone knows the facts about the security and stability you get with health insurance reform."In a second e-mail, also on the health care topic, Axelrod says, "Across the country we are seeing vigorous debate about health insurance reform. Unfortunately, some of the old tactics we know so well are back -- even the viral emails that fly unchecked and under the radar, spreading all sorts of lies and distortions."He continues:So let's start a chain email of our own. At the end of my email, you'll find a lot of information about health insurance reform, distilled into 8 ways reform provides security and stability to those with or without coverage, 8 common myths about reform and 8 reasons we need health insurance reform now. Right now, someone you know probably has a question about reform that could be answered by what's below. So what are you waiting for? Forward this email.In addition, to Axelrod spreading his own misinformation, there is a big problem. This GOPUSA associate never signed up for the White House e-mails. When asked on what sites or business he uses that e-mail address, he said that it is used on the "government website for retired federal employees health care." In addition, he uses it on the family's health insurance web site and prescription drug web site.Now, let's assume that the White House explanation is true... that some left-wing advocacy group took the e-mail addresses from a petition and signed up the people to receive White House e-mail messages. The problem is that the GOPUSA staff member never signed any left-wing petition. I would venture to say that many of the conservatives out there who are now receiving Axelrod e-mails also never signed a left-wing health care petition.The White House response to this issue is weak. First they ask for people to be turned in for spreading "fishy" information about health care, and now those same type of people are getting White House e-mails? As noted in a story on OneNewsNow.com, former White House Press Secretary Dana Perino said:"I'm still so close to having been White House press secretary that I imagine what it would have been like for me at the White House podium if there was a suggestion that we had taken the 'fishy' email list and then tried to use those email addresses to espouse our position to them. I am pretty sure that the White House briefing room would have been unglued."Barack Obama's White House is engaging in behaviors that certainly warrant more attention from the media. Collecting information on "dissidents" and then sending propaganda to those opposed to their policies is a scary and unprecedented trend. What's next? A personal visit by the thought police? 

 
 
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