It’s time for me to give Comrade Karl a break. Today’s illustration will focus on ‘Professor’ James McPherson – or, as Kells likes to call her sweetie, SBJ (Sweet Baby, James).
In the comments section of my recent post on the NAZI-like fascist, Michael Bloomberg, SBJ objected to and mocked me for using the term NAZI-like. Well, I think it’s time I explain why SBJ objects: BECAUSE HE SYMPATHIZES WITH THE FASCIST! Oh, he’ll object to this assertion, and he’ll try to mock me again, but I’m prepared to make my case – using Bloomberg as our example.
I start with Bloomberg’s ban on the Big Gulp:
Bloomberg went around the legislative process to establish this ban. That’s called dictatorship and is typical of the fascist leader.
Bloomberg has made similar bans on salt and smoking:
He doesn’t care about the health of the public; he’s just getting people used to having their rights trampled and is using healthcare as the vehicle because it is an effective mask for the evil of his true intentions. And before SBJ tells me this is not what Bloomberg is doing, let me stop him by using Bloomberg to tell SBJ that he DOES want to trample our rights. Not only did Bloomberg recently say that “Sometimes, our rights do need to be limited,” his actions – more than his words – show that he has no qualms forcing his opinions upon the rights of others:
If you are in favor of your natural and constitutionally protected right to self-defense – especially from tyrants like Bloomberg – Bloomberg is coming after you:
Trying to take guns from the People? How very NAZI-like of Bloomberg (but SBJ agrees with Bloomberg).
What happens to those representatives who try to defend our individual and constitutionally protected rights?
Stomping down your political opposition? How very NAZI-like of Bloomberg (yet SBJ supports him by defending him and mocking people like me).
And then there is Bloomberg’s drive to monitor everyone, everywhere – at all times (so he can enforce his tyranny):
Watching everything you do? How very Gestapo of Bloomberg (and SBJ). OH! Wait! The Gestapo was a NAZI organization, and Bloomberg is using modern technology to do the same thing the Gestapo did. How very NAZI-like of him. Look, he doesn’t even care if the people are against it, Bloomberg openly says he is going to just do it:
And do you really think Bloomberg was not involved with this?
Encouraging people to turn on each other? How very NAZI-like (and yet, SBJ defends this by attacking people who point out how close it parallels the history of 1930’s Germany).
And have you heard? Today, Bloomberg is talking about limiting your 1st Amendment rights — because people can’t be trusted with free speech.
How very…NAZI-like (and I am absolutely sure that SBJ will agree with Bloomberg on this one, too).
And how about the term limit thing: do I need to remind you how Bloomberg changed the laws so he could run for office again, then changed it back to prevent anyone else from doing the same, and now is considering undoing that so he can run yet again? How very NAZI-like, yet SBJ will probably find no fault in what Bloomberg is doing, but in what I am saying.
But then, SBJ’s a college professor. He doesn’t see this because he doesn’t see himself for what he is. Well, how very NAZI-like of SBJ
[That SBJ is a professor should explain a lot about the current state of our society and nation.]
We have a commenter who happens to be a college professor, and he objects to my use of the term NAZI-like. He claims I am not using the term correctly in reference to Bloomberg and his actions. Actually, this is very telling of botht he professors credentials, as well as the state of education in this nation as the ‘professor’ is denying the definition of the term whereas I am using it accurately and correctly:
noun1.a member of the National Socialist German Workers’ party of Germany, which in 1933, under Adolf Hitler, seized political control of the country, suppressing all opposition and establishing a dictatorship over all cultural, economic, and political activities of the people, and promulgated belief in the supremacy of Hitler as Führer, aggressive anti-Semitism, the natural supremacy of the German people, and the establishment of Germany by superior force as a dominant world power. The party was officially abolished in 1945 at the conclusion of World War II.
2.( often lowercase ) a person elsewhere who holds similar views.3.Sometimes Offensive. ( often lowercase ) a person who is fanatically dedicated to or seeks to control a specified activity, practice, etc.: a jazz nazi who disdains other forms of music; tobacco nazis trying to ban smoking.