Aging Spooky Dudes and the Dud of One World Government

Posted: 11/18/2010 by Lynn Dartez in Soros a take over of our government

By Judi McLeod  Thursday, November 18, 2010

Progressives fomenting for One World Government lean on horror for their symbology, hoping to frighten the masses into submission.

As Glenn Beck of FoxNews so correctly points out European Union’s Louise Weiss Building looks an awful lot like, the Tower of Babel and it’s no mere coincidence.

In case an unfinished looking building constructed to look like the Tower of Babel doesn’t get the EU’s secular point across, the “great harlot” from Revelation 17 is its favoured symbol, and when Britain issued a stamp to commemorate the first European Parliament elections in 1979, the picture on the stamp portrayed a woman riding a beast.

The symbology has done nothing to keep Europe from falling apart, and for those who believe in such things, it’s almost as if “someone” has placed a curse on the EU.

But leaders of the One World Government Movement, Glenn’s “Spooky Dude” George Soros and Canadian UN Poster Boy Maurice Strong don’t need scary props, for they are frightening enough in themselves.  Unfettered power-lust, greed and corruption are scary indeed.

Like zombies marching inexorably through the deliberate destruction of the United States of America, this deadly duo count on the unholy trinity of Barack Obama, Nancy Pelosi and Harry Reid for their destruction.

There is no magic wand, no elixir, no fairy dust for the Gang Who Would Take Down America.  Fate, and not magic, claimed all monsters down through the annals of history.  Fate spelled o-l-d a-g-e will claim the current crop of monsters too.  (Obama, unlike the others is not old, but he’s falling apart before our very eyes all the same).

The White House has become a never-ending MacBeth with evil acts continuing to play out with one bad deed after another.  In an election that sent 60-odd replacements to the House, Harry Reid and Nancy Pelosi, who caused such grief in the last congress, are baaack.

While it may seem that the never-sleep neon signs of Vegas keep flashing from Harry the Horrible’s eyes and that too much botox sees Pelosi the Power Leech sleeping with her eyes wide open, they are just two aging politicians soon to be eclipsed by the fate awaiting all mere mortals.

It’s easy to get caught up in the nightmarish cult of the progressives, most of whom follow Alinsky’s Rules for Radicals, dedicated to the likes of Lucifer.

But when you peer in through the fog, they’re just greedy politicians with a flair for drama.

For all of his meanness, for all of hjs hatred, Obama’s, Reid’s and Pelosi’s big bossman George Soros has fabulous wealth but no magic wand.  And just as it’s true that money cannot buy happiness or health, it can’t buy serfdom for the world population either.

George Soros may be “Spooky Dude” and his sidekick Maurice Strong “Spookier Dude”,  but when you take away the hype, they are old men in a desperate race against time to impose a One World Government on an unwilling world; a plan that has gone nowhere for most of the last century.

Meanwhile, you can’t fight magic if only because it doesn’t exist.  But you can replace power and that’s what the Tea Party did for America on November 2, 2010.

There’s a new patriot chant heard being over the land: “Let the games begin.”

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