It is one of the quirks of nature that different species of similar stripes always manage to find each other, which has given us the popular phrase, Birds of a Feather Flock Together. Here are a few examples.
Obama’s Communist Party advocates attack conservative human rights groups.
Did you hear that the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC), which used to be designated as a Communist front group back in the old days of the Soviet Union, is back in the news again. It should go without saying that there are still many people in our country who hate America but a reminder now and then might be useful and the SPLC is one of those groups of people. While the Evil Empire is no longer in existence in Russia today, the faithful followers of the Communist Party, USA are still very much alive and still very influential in Left Wing politics. In case you forgot, the phrase evil empire was applied especially to the Soviet Union and its "empire" by U.S. President Ronald Reagan.
Its funny how the ultra-liberal cohorts of Barack Hussein Obama love to pander to communists and former communists and some radical Muslims, too. Barack Hussein Obama got his start in politics in Chicago when he was backed by the pro-communist New Party. The former Communist front group SPLC was hired by the Dept. of Homeland Security two years ago to identify potential terrorists groups in America and then with the SPLC material Homeland Security came out with their famous “unclassified” document (U//FOUO) Rightwing Extremism: Current Economic and Political Climate Fueling Resurgence in Radicalization and Recruitment
(click the link to download and read the original 10 page document) that was provided to every law enforcement agency in America. And low and behold, among those potential terrorists named by Janet Napolitano's Homeland Security were Armed Forces veterans returning from the war, people who supported Second Amendment rights, people who had Pro-Life bumper stickers on their cars, and just about anybody who wasn’t a Muslim or a Democrat.
The latest news about the Southern Poverty Law Center comes from Pamela Geller at Atlas Shrugs who revealed yesterday that:
Southern Poverty Law Center Maligns SIOA as "Hate Group"+++++++++++++
“One day after another Islamic supremacist plot was thwarted in Texas (with the intention of "killing infidel Americans" with "weapons of mass destruction"), the subversive uber-leftwing fringe group, the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC), has slandered our human rights organization, SIOA, as a "hate group." The haters and deceivers accuse us of what they themselves are guilty of.
Before the collapse of the Soviet Union the SPLC was designated as a Communist front. It was essentially run by a couple, Anne and Carl Braden, who were CPUSA members. They had been identified in sworn testimony, and they made no attempt to deny the allegations. They would be proud that their legacy remains intact - their "heirs"- destroyers and America-haters - continue the work to subvert, destroy America.”
Go read the rest of this detailed and informative article.
Radical Black Muslim group Nation of Islam joins Scientology cult in belief of a superior race of space-aliens
This story just popped up in today’s newspaper and it seemed a perfect companion piece to link to the “Birds of a Feather” concept of Obama and the Communists. Fox News reported that The Nation of Islam has come out in agreement with the fundamental beliefs of the Scientology religion (cult) which claim that Earth was first visited and then populated by a superior race of space aliens. And it should also be noted that Louis Farrakhan, the current Muslim leader of The Nation of Islam is a very big supporter of Barack Hussein Obama.
Farrakhan's Nation of Islam to Argue UFOs Are Real
CHICAGO – The Nation of Islam, long known for its promotion of black nationalism and self-reliance, now is calling attention to another core belief that perhaps isn't so well-known: the existence of UFOs.
When thousands of followers gather in suburban Chicago this weekend for the group's annual Saviours' Day convention, one of the main events will include a panel of scientists discussing worldwide UFO sightings, which they claim are on the rise.
The idea of seeking the divine in the skies is deeply rooted in the Chicago-based Nation of Islam, whose late leader Elijah Muhammad detailed in speeches and writings a massive hovering object loaded with weapons he called "The Mother Plane" -- although religion experts, Nation of Islam leaders and believers offer very different interpretations of what exactly happens aboard the plane, its role or how it fits into religious teachings.
It's one of the group's more misunderstood -- and ridiculed -- beliefs, something organizers took into account when planning the convention, which starts Friday and ends Sunday with Minister Louis Farrakhan's keynote address.
"There's enough evidence that has been put before the world and public," Ishmael Muhammad, the religion's national assistant minister, told The Associated Press. "There have been enough accounts and sightings and enough movies (documentaries) made, I don't think you would find too many people that would call it crazy."
In case you didn’t know, the Scientology cult is a “new religion” that was created by science-fiction author L. Ron Hubbard in 1952. In spite of the sci-fi overtones, Hubbard characterized Scientology as a religion, and in 1953 incorporated the Church of Scientology in Camden, New Jersey. This immediately allowed every Church of Scientology meeting place to claim tax-exempt status. According to Wikipedia, Hubbard claimed in his teachings to higher levels of Scientology initiations that: “Among these advanced teachings is the story of Xenu (sometimes Xemu), introduced as the tyrant ruler of the "Galactic Confederacy." According to this story, 75 million years ago Xenu brought billions of people to Earth in spacecraft resembling Douglas DC-8 airliners, stacked them around volcanoes and detonated hydrogen bombs in the volcanoes.” And the liberals in Hollywood LaLa Land, otherwise known as the land of make-believe, loved it. You can read all your celebrity magazines to find out how many famous actors and actresses belong to this cult. Then you can read how many of those same Scientologists in Hollywood are also big supporters of Barack Hussein Obama.
Yes, Virginia, Birds of a Feather do flock together.