Obama murder plot by US nazis

This 30 October 2008 video from the USA is about skinhead neo-nazis arrested for an assassination plot against Obama.

From Associated Press in the USA:

Obama Assassination Plot Disrupted By ATF

LARA JAKES JORDAN | October 27, 2008

WASHINGTON — Two white supremacists allegedly plotted to go on a national killing spree, shooting and decapitating black people and ultimately targeting Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama, federal authorities said Monday.

In all, the two men whom officials describe as neo-Nazi skinheads planned to kill 88 people _ 14 by beheading, according to documents unsealed in U.S. District Court in Jackson, Tenn. The numbers 88 and 14 are symbolic in the white supremacist community.

The spree, which initially targeted an unidentified predominantly African-American school, was to end with the two men driving toward Obama, “shooting at him from the windows,” the court documents show.

See also here. And here.

This is the tip of an iceberg of hate among ultra Rightist McCain-Palin supporters.

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  1. Video Roundup 10-27: Palin Palls Around with Felon

    Posted by: “Zoltan Abraham” zsazle@yahoo.com

    Tue Oct 28, 2008 1:33 am (PDT)

    Video Roundup – Monday, October 27:

    Palin Palls Around with Felon

    (For the online version of my daily video roundup, please visit my website at http://www.zoltanic.com.)

    Obama’s stellar closing argument speech:

    Read the transcript here:

    Bill Burton of the Obama campaign takes on one of the blond warriors of the Emperor Worship Channel:

    Note: If Obama wins, I want a video compilation of Fox anchors having to announce his victory… Salt in the wounds, and all that… Okay, I’m not a gracious winner…

    Michelle Obama on the Tonight’s Show:

    A video from Voices for Obama:

    You have probably heard by now that Senator Ted Stevens of Alaska has been found guilty of all seven charges in his corruption trial.

    Rachel Maddow has the scoop:

    Read more here:
    (Not a video.)

    Stevens has lost one vote – his own! As a convicted felon, he no longer has the right to vote in Alaska…

    Read here:
    (Not a video.)

    Even many Republicans are thoroughly disgusted with Stevens. In fact, the right-wing activist website Red State has decided to endorse Mark Begich, the Democratic challenger to Stevens. I guess hell is freezing over in the Alaskan cold:
    (Not a video.)

    Here is the link for the website of Mark Begich:

    Guess who Ted Stevens has been palling around with?

    In Washington State, the Republican challenger to Democratic Governor Christine Gregoire has legal problems:
    (Not a video.)

    Here is one of Gregoire’s ads:

    McCain said he’s not Bush. I knew that! They look different. But they think alike:

    Here is the original Daisy Ad:

    New third party ad focusing on McCain’s connection to gambling:

    Why did the chicken cross the road? I’m afraid we might never know. But we now know one thing. We know the real reason McCain is running for president. Listen to his own words:

    Rachel Maddow on the B-attack hoax:

    Rachel Maddow talks about the problems inside the McCain campaign:

    By the way, Rachel’s show is now available on podcast. You can subscribe here:

    If you are captain of the Titanic, you might as well order some chocolate elephants as the iceberg nears:
    (Not a video.)

    Unhappy Republicans:

    Read more here:

    Is Mitt Romney involved in palace intrigue against Silverclad Sarah, Queen of the Senate?
    (Not a video.)

    Romney certainly doesn’t hold out much hope for McCain. Check out this email to supporters:
    (Not a video.)

    Remember this poll showing that Romney is the Republican favorite for 2012 right now?

    (Not a video.)

    Say it ain’t so!
    – Sarah Palin, Vice Presidential Debate, October 2, 2008

    Now doggone it!
    – Sarah Palin, Vice Presidential Debate, October 2, 2008

    As the long knives come out, the Republican Party will have to find a new leader (assuming, of course, that Obama wins). Millions of fundamentalist Republicans consider Palin to have been divinely anointed to lead this country toward a theocratic form of government. They will blame her loss on 1) John McCain and his overly liberal section of the Republican Party, and 2) Satan.

    The fundamentalists will want Palin as their leader. The more moderate segments of the party will become increasingly marginalized. Romney, who, being a Mormon, is not a Christian in the eyes of most fundamentalists will most likely be pushed aside.

    Palin 2012 is not too far-fetched. But Romney 2012 is possible too. I wouldn’t mind either. They would be toast against President Obama.

    The White House Dress Up Doll talks about her clothes:

    Keith Olbermann on the dress fiasco:

    Palin has a Love Fest with James Dobson on the radio machine:
    Part 1:

    Part 2:

    Note: If you feel complacent, the above interview should be enough to stir you into action for the last week!

    Congrats, Amy!

    Here, again, is Amy Poehler’s last performance on SNL:

    McCain – Palin
    Unstable – Unable
    Unfit to lead!


  2. 7 days. That’s all the time we have. Just 7 days to alert undecided voters and those who need motivation about how John McCain has voted with President Bush 90 percent of the time. 7 days to tell them about how he has smeared Barack Obama with malicious fear-mongering and race-baiting tactics. 7 days to stress how McCain’s temper and his health record secrecy could pose national security risks. 7 days to point out that McCain overplays his POW card each time he’s backed into a corner.

    What are you going to do with the next 7 days?

    Take the 7 videos below and send them, one each day, to all the undecided voters you know and all of your friends in need of motivation. Send along a personal note that conveys the time-sensitive nature of these videos, and tell them to keep spreading them to all the undecided voters they know. And donate $7 to Brave New PAC so we can continue our efforts to create hard-hitting videos like the 7 below.

    Donate to the Brave New PAC

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    3. McCain’s Medical Records Must Be Released:

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    Watch the video
    7. And from our friends at MoveOn, Obama’s Loss Traced to [Your Friend’s Name Here]:
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    2. John McCain’s Rage is a National Security Concern:

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    4. McCain’s Ads Are Lies. Here’s the Video Proof:

    Watch the video
    6. McCain’s Women’s Clinic:

    Robert Greenwald
    and the Brave New team

    Paid for by the Brave New PAC and not authorized by any candidate or candidate’s committee.


  3. Three left views on Obama: Howard Zinn, Mike Davis, Todd Chretien

    October 22, 2008 — Real News Network — Howard Zinn says vote against
    McCain, vote for Obama. Even though Obama does not represent any
    fundamental change, he creates an opening for a possibility of change.
    Obama will not fulfill that potential for change, unless he is enveloped
    by a social movement, which is angry enough, powerful enough, insistent
    enough, that he fills his abstract phrases about change with some
    content. We need direct action, because only that kind of indignation is
    going to have some affect on the people in Washington.
    Howard Zinn is an historian, political scientist, social critic,
    activist and playwright. He is best known as author of the best-seller A
    People’s History of the United States. Zinn has been active in the civil
    rights and the anti-war movements in the United States.

    * Read more http://links.org.au/node/702


  4. Posted by: “razldazl” razldazl@iinet.net.au
    Fri Oct 31, 2008 8:53 am (PDT)

    FYI – report anti-Obama slime merchants and smear mongering – e.g. hoaxes, distortions and fabricated e-mails, to:


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    Christian Reich Steps Up It’s Slime Attacks on Obama
    Posted by: “razldazl” razldazl@iinet.net.au
    Fri Oct 31, 2008 7:56 pm (PDT)

    *Christian right steps up attacks on Obama

    Conservative activists escalate ‘doom
    and gloom’ rhetoric as Nov. 4 nears*

    By Eric Gorski and Rachel Zoll
    AP Religion Writers
    The Associated Press
    updated 6:41 a.m. ET Oct. 25, 2008

    Terrorist strikes on four American cities. Russia rolling into Eastern Europe. Israel hit by a nuclear bomb. Gay marriage in every state. The end of the Boy Scouts.

    All are plausible scenarios if Democrat Barack Obama is elected president, according to a new addition to the campaign conversation called “Letter from 2012 in Obama’s America,” produced by the conservative Christian group Focus on the Family Action.

    The imagined look into the future is part of an escalation in rhetoric from Christian right activists who are trying to paint Obama in the worst possible terms as the campaign heads into the final stretch and polls show the Democrat ahead.

    Although hard-edge attacks are common late in campaigns, the tenor of the strikes against Obama illustrate just how worried conservative Christian activists are about what should happen to their causes and influence if Democrats seize control of both Congress and the White House.

    ‘Smells like desperation’

    “It looks like, walks like, talks like and smells like desperation to me,” said the Rev. Kirbyjon Caldwell of Houston, an Obama supporter who backed President Bush in the past two elections. The Methodist pastor called the 2012 letter “false and ridiculous.” He said it showed that some Christian conservative leaders fear that Obama’s faith-based appeals to voters are working.

    Like other political advocacy groups, Christian right groups often raise worries about an election’s consequences to mobilize voters. In the early 1980s, for example, direct mail from the Moral Majority warned that Congress would turn a blind eye to “smut peddlers” dangling pornography to children.

    “Everyone uses fear in the last part of a campaign, but evangelicals are especially theologically prone to those sorts of arguments,” said Clyde Wilcox, a Georgetown University political scientist. “There’s a long tradition of predicting doom and gloom.”

    But the tone this election year is sharper than usual and the volume has turned up as Nov. 4 nears.

    Steve Strang, publisher of Charisma magazine, a Pentecostal publication, titled one of his recent weekly e-mails to readers, “Life As We Know It Will End If Obama is Elected.”

    Strang said gay rights and abortion rights would be strengthened in an Obama administration, taxes would rise and “people who hate Christianity will be emboldened to attack our freedoms.”

    Separately, a group called the Christian Anti-Defamation Commission has posted a series of videos on its site and on YouTube called “7 Reasons Barack Obama is not a Christian.”

    The commission accuses Obama of “subtle diabolical deceit” in saying he is Christian, while he believes that people can be saved through other faiths.

    But among the strongest pieces this year is Focus on the Family Action’s letter which has been posted on the group’s Web site and making the e-mail rounds. Signed by “A Christian from 2012,” it claims a series of events could logically happen based on the group’s interpretation of Obama’s record, Democratic Party positions, recent court rulings and other trends.

    Among the claims:

    # A 6-3 liberal majority Supreme Court that results in rulings like one making gay marriage the law of the land and another forcing the Boy Scouts to “hire homosexual scoutmasters and allow them to sleep in tents with young boys.” (In the imagined scenario, The Boy Scouts choose to disband rather than obey).

    # A series of domestic and international disasters based on Obama’s “reluctance to send troops overseas.” That includes terrorist attacks on U.S. soil that kill hundreds, Russia occupying the Baltic states and Eastern European countries including Poland and the Czech Republic, and al-Qaida overwhelming Iraq.

    # Nationalized health care with long lines for surgery and no access to hospitals for people over 80.

    The goal was to “articulate the big picture,” said Carrie Gordon Earll, senior director of public policy for Focus on the Family Action. “If it is a doomsday picture, then it’s a realistic picture,” she said.

    Obama favors abortion rights and supports civil unions for same-sex couples, but says states should make their own decisions about marriage. He said he would intensify diplomatic pressure on Iran over its nuclear ambitions and add troops in Afghanistan.

    On taxes, Obama has proposed an increase on the 5 percent of taxpayers who make more than $250,000 a year and advocates cuts for those who make less. His health care plan calls for the government to subsidize coverage for millions of Americans who otherwise couldn’t afford it.

    One of the clear targets of this latest conservative Christian push against the Democrat is younger evangelicals who might be considering him. The letter posits that young evangelicals provide the margin that let Obama defeat John McCain. But Margaret Feinberg, a Denver-area evangelical author, predicted failure.

    “Young evangelicals are tired — like most people at this point in the election — and rhetoric which is fear-based, strong-arms the listener, and states opinion as fact will only polarize rather than further the informed, balanced discussion that younger voters are hungry for,” she said.

    Last-minute push?

    In an interview, Strang said there are fewer state ballot measures to motivate conservative voters this election year and that the financial meltdown is distracting some voters from the abortion issue. But he said a last-minute push by conservative Christians in 2004 was key to Bush’s re-election and predicted they could play the same role in 2008.

    Kim Conger, a political scientist at Iowa State University, said a late push for evangelical voters did help Bush in 2004, “but it is a very different thing than getting people excited about John McCain,” even with Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin as his vice presidential pick.

    Phil Burress, head of the Ohio-based Citizens for Community Values, said the dynamics were quite different in 2004, when conservative Christians spent some energy calling Democrat John Kerry a flip-flopper but were mostly motivated by enthusiasm for George W. Bush.

    Now, there is less excitement about McCain than fear of an Obama
    presidency, Burress said.

    “This reminds me of when I was a school kid, when I had to go out in the hall and bury my head in my hands because of the atom bomb,” he said.

    URL: http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/27369927/

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    Is This the Worst of the Worst GOP TV Ads?
    Posted by: “toraginus” toraginus@yahoo.com toraginus
    Fri Oct 31, 2008 8:01 pm (PDT)
    Some believe that Elizabeth Dole’s attack ad in North Carolina insinuating that her Democrat opponent, Hagan, is “godless” is the worst ad of this type this election. Previously, I might have felt that Elizabeth was a moderate, reasonably sane GOPher.

    What does this ad show: Republicans have a strong propensity to dig into the bottom of the garbage can in order to win. No, the Democrats are NOT like this as a group. For example, it can be proven that Obama’s “attack” ads focus on issues, i.e. they attack McCain on his mistaken policies on issues. On the other hand, McCain’s ads attack very frequently the person rather than specific policies of Obama. Just think about this. We both have seen ads from both candidates.

    IMHO, one reason for the GOP resort to their smear tactics and their obvious attempts to prevent legitimate voters from voting is simply this: The GOP platform, its policies, its programs and most of its national politicians are not pursuing and will not be pursuing programs for the common good of Americans, for “median” Americans, for the vast bulk of Americans. They can’t be honest. They must be deceptive. They must engender fear and stir up prejudices because if they don’t —- the voters will NOT elect them.

    Hey! They just want to win. They just want to have power and be in control Can we blame them ??

    I think we can, and, for sure, we don’t have to vote for them.

    I have a simple rule for myself: I do NOT votel ever for Republicans for any national office because no matter what a fine person some state senator or state representative may be in Iowa, Virginia, Ohio, etc. — once they go to Washington, it is like joining the Nazi Party. There is an ideology; positions to be supported; tough discipline of those who would continue to vote “their conscience”. Then when the leaders blow their whistle or shoot the starting pistol: the national Republicans in tight formation, goose step to their leaders’ tune.


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