Obama 'Joker' Poster Causing a Stir in L.A.

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posted on Aug, 4 2009 @ 10:21 PM
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All I can say is that I desperately want a copy of the poster for my wall!

Terra

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posted on Aug, 4 2009 @ 10:22 PM
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Well Bush was a gorilla and nazi for most of his career.

Obama can be the Joker, shows that he keeps it real.



posted on Aug, 4 2009 @ 11:14 PM
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it's passed socialism and socialists don't even see that. The welfare states, the santuary cities, the media brainwashing the public. Like someone said earlier it is totalitarism and Obama is setting himself up to be the last president of the United States and the first Pharaoh of the world.


I consider it feudalism. The elite are the aristocracy who will control all the land and resources and the rest of us are serfs. (ownership especially of land will be forbidden for the serfs) Socialism is the belief system used to control the masses and replaces the church.

Socialism is just the means used to peacefully ?? remove the serfs from their property without it appearing as the theft it actually is. Environmentalism was used to protect the mineral resources so they would not be used before the elite could get their hands on them.

Do you really think Maurice Strong, Al Gore, the Kennedys and Rockefellers much less Obama are going to share THEIR wealth with the poor and needy to the point they are living in a rented cold water flat and driving a VW bug??? Do not make me laugh. At is just greed and power dressed up in a sugar coated pill.

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posted on Aug, 4 2009 @ 11:30 PM
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Originally posted by crimvelvet
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it's passed socialism and socialists don't even see that. The welfare states, the santuary cities, the media brainwashing the public. Like someone said earlier it is totalitarism and Obama is setting himself up to be the last president of the United States and the first Pharaoh of the world.


I consider it feudalism. The elite are the aristocracy who will control all the land and resources and the rest of us are serfs. (ownership especially of land will be forbidden for the serfs) Socialism is the belief system used to control the masses and replaces the church.

Socialism is just the means used to peacefully ?? remove the serfs from their property without it appearing as the theft it actually is. Environmentalism was used to protect the mineral resources so they would not be used before the elite could get their hands on them.

Do you really think Maurice Strong, Al Gore, the Kennedys and Rockefellers much less Obama are going to share THEIR wealth with the poor and needy to the point they are living in a rented cold water flat and driving a VW bug??? Do not make me laugh. At is just greed and power dressed up in a sugar coated pill.

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very, VERY good point. I do want to point something out though, and see what your response to this is. In the whole scheme of things, taking it to the very very basic level. Do you really think that the elite CAN take over the land and resources. What I mean by this is, does them waving a piece of paper that says "I own this land" really hold up as "legitimate" if this said same person, is all of a sudden faced with a whole neighborhood of armed and angry people? ESPECIALLY, if the means that this person gained said ownership deed, were illegitimate in the first place?

Yeah, they can claim till their blue in the face "this land is mine" but really, it's theirs ONLY when we allow ourselves to subjugate to their rules. But if all of a sudden we turned things around and played by a different set of rules, the "I'd like to see you take this land by force" rule and the "Oh, and by the way, I have hundreds of more neighbors that will also shoot you at the drop of a hat" rule, then all of a sudden, their piece of paper becomes meaningless.

We have to do our best not to play by their rules. Their rules are made so they can win ALL the time. At the end of the day, do they simply not "own" just a piece of paper? I might as well can try and do the same with a piece of paper as well, and it can be argued to be just as legitimate as long as I have a signature and witnesses present to the agreement (essentially what a contract is) who could easily just be some drunk buddies. But again, since we have to follow their rules, we will always lose. Change the rules on them, and all of a sudden they'll have to pause to think, or run for their lives (when faced with an angry mob)



posted on Aug, 4 2009 @ 11:33 PM
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I once heard a black professor at a community college refer to Nelson Mandella as "African-American".



posted on Aug, 5 2009 @ 12:35 AM
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i know a guy thats already making t-shirts.

i sent him an email with the image, next time i saw him he was making it into an iron-on... and framing a copy. it will be going to silkscreen soon. if not already.



posted on Aug, 5 2009 @ 01:19 AM
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Hey remember the cartoon "Lil Bush" - We really need some talented people to do a "Lil Obama" - maybe Comedy Central will run it, just like the Bush thing, do ya think?

Yeah that'll happen - How about the NEA giving a grant to have a picture of an Obama statue upside down in a jar of urine, ya know like they did with the Christian cross?

Boy, I guess things really are changing - Seems like the same people complaining today were saying it was fine just a year ago - Go figure.



posted on Aug, 5 2009 @ 01:34 AM
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Originally posted by SaraThustra

Yeah that'll happen - How about the NEA giving a grant to have a picture of an Obama statue upside down in a jar of urine, ya know like they did with the Christian cross?



Not quite the same as what you're saying, but if someone can photoshop this, we can turn this pic into "Prince Obama in a can"





posted on Aug, 5 2009 @ 02:05 AM
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I think it's accurate. I even made it my avatar, in his honor.



posted on Aug, 5 2009 @ 02:10 AM
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This just shows the desperation of the neo-con religious loonies and their absolute failure to understand anything based in reality. You do realize people absolutely love Heath Ledgers portrayal of The Joker?



posted on Aug, 5 2009 @ 02:10 AM
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for goodness sakes dont news paper cartoonist take this piss out of politicians, every day????!!!!

Big huff over nothing, and guess what they person that did the poster won!
Look at the publicity they received!



posted on Aug, 5 2009 @ 05:38 AM
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Heath Ledger earned his keep. Obama has not. I think it is offensive to Heath Ledger


PS I think a lot of you need to learn what is and is not a socialist


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posted on Aug, 5 2009 @ 06:30 AM
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UPDATE: CNN joined the chorus just as I predicted. Once again, when has anyone ever seen the media so staunchly defend the president? We certainly never saw it during the last 8 years. There by proving once again that our media (for the most part) is controlled by Liberals/Democrats.





CNN correspondent Jeanne Moos devoted an entire segment to the viral Obama as the Joker image on Tuesday’s Situation Room, and zeroed in on man-on-the-street reactions to it, all of whom expressed leftist horror at the picture. Moos herself suggested that “maybe it’s time to give the Joker joke a rest.”



Translation: its only ok when liberals do it to conservatives.


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posted on Aug, 5 2009 @ 06:32 AM
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Originally posted by DraconianKing
This just shows the desperation of the neo-con religious loonies and their absolute failure to understand anything based in reality. You do realize people absolutely love Heath Ledgers portrayal of The Joker?


So what was the excuse when vanity fair portrayed Bush as the joker?

Bush and Obama being portrayed as the Joker is showing them as psychopathic lunatics, which the Joker was. Yes, people thought he did an outstanding job playing the Joker, it doesn't take away from the fact that he was a raving psycho.

I swear some people lack simple critical thinking.



posted on Aug, 5 2009 @ 06:36 AM
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Funny when it was Bush. Not so funny when its Obama.

Democrats, "why so serious?"



posted on Aug, 5 2009 @ 07:35 AM
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Exactly, its another stunning example of how our media slavishly shills for this president. The fact I was able to predict the response to this poster should be pretty telling.



posted on Aug, 5 2009 @ 08:21 AM
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I don't think people really remember that making fun of Bush wasn't just a meme, it was a full on industry and anyone who wanted to sound informed or politically minded was required to make fun of Bush some how.

Honestly, how many times a day did I see stickers, shirts, posters etc with "Bush" spelled with a swastika or a money sign? How many times did I see Bush with devil horns or with a Hitler mustache? How many "Impeach Bush" and "Buck Fush" bumper stickers, such hallmarks of creative humor.

And you know what? No one made a big deal out of it.

The only difference I can see is that Bush actually did a few things to earn his reputation, so far Obama hasn't done much but gone on a few vacations, sign away more money for rich people and look good in pictures. Hell, he even ordered a Bud Light!!! Who orders Bud Lights? High Schoolers with no taste buds?? Especially in Boston, home of Sam Adams!!

Anyway, Obama should've changed his motto to:

"Yes we can, as long as no one makes fun of us cause it makes us feel bad" *cower, shake, cower*

or

"Yes we can just sort of hang out, go to a few shows, drink some Bud Lights with the bros and coast on the glassy eyed awe of our constituents"



posted on Aug, 5 2009 @ 08:28 AM
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I actually think the best quote to attach to this picture isn't socialism, but "Do I look like a guy with a plan?".

It probably won't be long before there's a hotline/e-mail address to report people wearing the Obama/Joker t-shirts. It'll be another "teachable moment". Acorn will round them up and we'll have a good ol Bud Lite Kegger and reflect on how stupidly we've been acting.

I'm not sure what this place is anymore, but it's not America, at least not in my eyes.



posted on Aug, 5 2009 @ 08:43 AM
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this is NOT socialism
it's economic fascism, which is different from militant fascism

the t-shirt is just giving socialism a bad name
seriously

do you know how many people out there will think this is a good thing?

calling him a socialist is propoganda

and you know what, it might be the Obama team calling him a socialist so they call him something first, so that nobody labels him as a fascist.



posted on Aug, 5 2009 @ 09:03 AM
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I do want to point something out though, and see what your response to this is. In the whole scheme of things, taking it to the very very basic level. Do you really think that the elite CAN take over the land and resources.


They definitely have plans to take over the land. George Hunt reported on the Fourth World Wilderness Congress where the international bankers discussed plans to grab US land. One look at the “Wildlands Project” they tried to sneak through the US Congress tells us the threat is real especially now that the “chief Science Advisor” is blathering about saving our “wild lands” The “Wildlands Project” was first conceived by Dave Foreman and H.R. 980 was first introduced in 1993 by Rep. Carolyn Maloney (D-NY)

On the international scene bankers have indicated they want control of as much land (and the natural resources under it) as they can get their hands on. The World Bank/IMF structural adjustment programs was forced on third world countries with debt problems and used to grab up valuable third world farmland. Iceland is just know finding out how their government screwed them using a privatized banking/monetary system and thereby leaving them prey for the IMF. Then there is the World Conservation Bank and the “land for debt” swap idea.

In 1933, Congressman McFadden introduced House Resolution No. 158, Articles of Impeachment for the Secretary of the Treasury, two assistant Secretaries of the Treasury, the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve, and the officers and directors of its twelve regional banks. Subsequently he was shot at twice, poisoned and had his stomach pumped, and poison a second time so he reportedly “died of the stomach flue” on Oct. 3, 1936.

Here is part of McFadden's speech



“The Fed Note is essentially unsound. It is the worst currency and the most dangerous that this Country has ever known... They should not have made the Government [liable on the private] debts of individuals and corporations, and, least of all, on the private debts of foreigners.”


When I read the explanations in the following three sources, the light bulb finally when on and I understood WHY Ron Paul calls for the FED to be abolished. Congressman Wright Patman, head of the banking committee said


“The Federal Reserve Banks create money out of thin air to buy Government Bonds from the U.S. Treasury . . . [creating] out of nothing a . . . debt which the American people are obliged to pay with interest.”

What amount of Government securities have the private banks acquired with bank-created money? Congressman Wright Patman answered that question too.

On January 31, 1964, all commercial banks in this country owned $62.7 billion in U.S. Government securities. The banks have acquired these securities with bank-created money. In other words, the banks have used the Federal Government's power to create money without charge to lend $62.7 billion to the Government at interest. On January 29, 1964, commercial banks had total assets amounting to $304.7 billion, and all of these had been paid for with bank-created money, except $25.4 billion which had been paid for with their stockholders' capital. In other words, less than 10 percent of the banks' assets have been acquired with money invested by stockholders in the banks. [pg 46]


That meant they got $279.3 billion dollars for FREE!!! And they stole it from American citizens. Now that you understand that consider the amount of money the bankers are collecting from interest rates of 5%, 10,% or 30% on the money they printed out of thin air!!! On top of that the Federal Reserve pays the tab (with your taxes dollars) for any money transfers, you know the electronic transfers they charge YOU $25.00 for? If over 90% of a bank's money was given to them by the government for free so they could collect interest on it, can someone tell me how they managed to go bankrupt? Especially now when the banks use up to 97% fairy dust in their lending?

I think I know the answer. A friend won in court by proving that the credit card company's contract was null and void. Nothing of VALUE (credit IS fairy dust) had been given to him by the bank so it was a one-sided illegal contract. I can not find the reference but I also read an article where the same logic was used to reclaim a home in foreclosure. These cases set a legal precedence. The banks KNOW this is their Achille's heel that is why the bank crisis was staged. The US government assumed liability for the debt! Nations can go bankrupt and are MUCH easier to scam than individuals, after all it is not the politician's @$$ on the line.


According to Congressional record the U.S. Government can buy back the FED at any time for $450 million.  That's about half the amount of money we pay them daily. www.libertyforlife.com...
This scuttlebutt is certainly worth checking out. A PRIMER ON MONEY: Congressional COMMITTEE ON BANKING AND CURRENCY indicate the idea at least is true.

Or it could be done this way
Congressional Record
WASHINGTON, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1999



It has been said that the U.S. Government goes further into debt whenever it issues currency, but makes a profit when coins are placed into circulation. This is truly a system that defies logic...The Treasury would issue these new U.S. notes through the banks, while withdrawing a like amount of Federal Reserve notes. Thus, there would be no change in the money supply. As these Federal Reserve notes are collected by the U.S. Treasury, they must be returned to the Fed to buy back or redeem the face value, the same face value in U.S. interest-bearing bonds now held by the Fed, a total of about $500 billion. So over a couple of years, we would have real U.S. currency circulating, and the U.S. debt would be reduced by substantially more than $400 [billion].


President Kennedy DID this using Executive Order 11110. Obama has the same ability so why doesn't he follow in the footsteps of this great president. Afraid to get shot by his puppet masters perhaps?

We have a lot of legal options if we can get our supposed representatives to represent the interests of the American people instead of the Banks and Corporations. Knowledge of these options so people will FORCE the repeal of some of this laws is the way to go. - - - read up and spread the word.


"Capitalists with government help are the worst of all economic phenomena." A. Rand

Rand was wrong, the absolute worst economic phenomena is "Capitalists with government help paid for by counterfeit money printed by Robber Baron Banksters"





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