Rush: Obama Bringing On Armageddon

Erik Rush, the African-American Worldnutdaily columnist who thinks America’s biggest problem is an excess of “negrophilia,” says that the communist Obama and the “liberal-socialist” media are helping bring about the Biblical battle of Armageddon.

A starry-eyed press, indoctrinated into liberal-socialism by communist journalism school professors, have become no less than a state propaganda bureau. Thus, the press as most of us understand it, no longer exists. We can count on their doing all they can to aid Obama and the mission of the radical left in the foreseeable future. The most harmful realm in which they currently operate is that of nondisclosure, whereby they are withholding vast amounts of information concerning the criminality of this administration from the public, and the degree of power it continues to criminally usurp and coalesce…

Those who were ostensibly the political enemies of the communists and socialists became weak; others became so corrupted that there is now very little difference between them. Some argue that there is in fact no difference between them. Here of course, I am speaking about the Republican Party.

Many Americans have wondered why, like the press, GOP leaders are also withholding vast amounts of information concerning the criminality of this administration from the public. Whether they are too well-sated and disconnected to care, or they are deliberately running interference for congressional socialists, it still spells complicity.

I don’t often go out on the limb of religious doctrine, but you have to admit that in the aggregate, this all lends credence to Armageddon dogma, whether one subscribes to the Millennialist view, of if one merely accepts the Book of Revelation (there being a difference). If one recognizes neither, there’s still the dystopian science fiction atrociously-oppressive government scenario. Interpreting it as politics as usual would be, in my view, a form of desperate denial.

Well as long as you’re being rational about this…

Comments

  1. says

    Poor, poor other-Rush. He’s getting his movies confused. The president in Armageddon was white. He’s thinking of ‘Deep Impact.”

  2. says

    It’s an Eop!!!
    (in another post someone asked for a word for genuine writing that was so extreme that it out-Poed any possible Poe and therefore couldn’t possibly be parodied—or Poe-odied.)

  3. janiceintoronto says

    I’m currently looking for work. I know I could write fiction at least as weird as the above article.

    Where do I apply?

  4. jonlynnharvey says

    ” they are withholding vast amounts of information concerning the criminality of this administration from the public, ”

    Why do elephants paint their testicles red?
    To hide in cherry trees.
    Have you ever seen an elephant do that?
    No.
    See it works really well!!

  5. says

    Well, I thought that’s what Christians wanted…

    Right? Armageddon means a 1,000 year reign of Jesus with all of the resurrected dead. Which is part of the plan.

    So, Obama is doing Yahweh’s will…

    These people are never satisfied, are they?

  6. ottod says

    Ed,

    No other easy way to reach you. I’m still having problems both with bringing up the entire “Freethought Blogs” and with having the system cycle back and forth between your format and basic WordPress. This morning, I could only get a WordPress summary page until I selected your blog.

  7. says

    @ Strewth 7
    This terminology attempts to distinguish a Poe which can’t (at least by some people) be distinguished from a genuine rant (or what have you) from an Eop which can’t (at least by some people) be distinguished from a Poe.

    Simple really.

  8. says

    I was listening to Alex Jones on the car radio yesterday afternoon (I miss BBC Radio 4!), who has been gloating about his appearance on Pier’s Morgan all week, and in response to all the fuss over the rumors that the Obama administration might be preparing to issue an executive order concerning gun control, he said “This is it, folks.” — i.e. this is the beginning of government crackdown he’s been warning about since day one.

    Of course, he says something similar every time anyone even mentions gun control on Capitol Hill, but given the additional exposure he’s been getting recently, I’m beginning to fear that some gun nut somewhere will take him seriously and decide that the time for talk is over.

    Oh, and just to prove how insane Jones is, he was talking about how, in Britain, you can chop someone up into little pieces and turn up at the local police station with a severed hand and they wouldn’t bother investigating…

    He just can’t help himself, apparently.

  9. phil zombi says

    I love that he basically says that we all should believe in the predictive power of some sort of fiction. Don’t believe in the bible? Then the future for you is dystopian science fiction. I wonder what he had in mind. A Handmaid’s Tale perhaps?

  10. John Hinkle says

    The most harmful realm in which [the press] currently operate is that of nondisclosure, whereby they are withholding vast amounts of information concerning the criminality of this administration…

    I don’t think the press considers the voices in Rush’s head to be information.

  11. says

    Zinc Avenger (Sarcasm Tags 3.0 Compliant) “I don’t remember when the right-wing talking heads began their competition to find out who can fling themselves bodily the furthest to the right, but they can’t have much further to go before they start referring to feudalism as socialism.”
    Odd. I thought feudalism was their idea.

  12. says

    Many Americans have wondered why, like the press, GOP leaders are also withholding vast amounts of information concerning the criminality of this administration from the public.

    I know it’s pointless trying to make sense of any of this, but notice how after making two explicit accusations that criminal wrongdoing is being withheld from the public, he doesn’t actually name the criminal behavior? You’d think that after bemoaning how the press fails to do its job, he’d be happy to do it instead. But no, the crimes are never actual things, they’re just abstractions.

    It’s reminiscent of how less-insane right-wingers (it’s all relative, I guess) talk about “job-killing regulations”, but they never actually name the regulations. Or if they do, it turns out to be regulations that don’t exist or have nothing to do with what they claim, which is actually a step above what we see here.

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