The Leftist Mind: A Picture Says a 1000 Words...

Greetings puny Earthlings.

Remulak MoxArgon here, Supreme Absolute Ruler of the Known Universe, and your future Overlord. Remember to buy into the "When MoxArgon Invades" Pool and if you get the date of the arrival of my hordes correct, you win a free pass out of the slave pits and petroleum mines. But that's for another time, because this time I'm here to talk about THE LEFTIST MIND.

Yes, I know, we're dipping our collective toe into that snake-pit again, and I know it's a dirty job, but somebody has to do it, and it might as well be me. Today I'm going to discuss a
New Yorker cartoon, and unlike most of the New Yorker's cartoons, this one is supposed to make sense, at least to some people. Now for those of you who are not very good at understanding "dem dere peekturs" I'll explain what's happening. It shows Democratic Presidential candidate Barack Obama in the Oval Office, dressed as a stereotypical Muslim in a robe and turban, fist-bumping his wife, who is dressed like a reject from the Symbionese Liberation Army, and carrying an AK-47. Meanwhile Osama Bin Ladin looks down from a portrait and the American flag burns in the fireplace.

Barack Obama is making great hay out of this, claiming that it's yet another smear from the mythical "Right Wing Hate Machine."

But the onion in that ointment is that The New Yorker is an openly left wing publication, why would they print such a cartoon?

Some on the Right think that's the racism that's inherent in the political left, which is found in such institutions of the Democratic Party from the Ku Klux Klan to the pandering, infantilizing race-baiting of Jesse Jackson, and the blatant racism of Ted Rall when discussing Condi Rice, and while they do have a point, they are basically

The New Yorker
did it, because Barack Obama's campaign and it's clique of elite wealthy backers wanted it to be done.

Now why would these paragons of political correctness, so uptight they won't even admit the influence of Islam on terrorism, do this?

Well it's simple:


Ethics, morals, good taste, they are all obstacles in the path to ultimate power. They will lie, cheat, steal, and more commonly, slander those who oppose them as evil, especially racist evil.

Barack Obama himself laid the groundwork for this at a recent campaign appearance where he said:
“We know what kind of campaign they’re going to run. They’re going to try to make you afraid. They’re going to try to make you afraid of me. He’s young and inexperienced and he’s got a funny name. And did I mention he’s black?”
Obama doesn't have any real policies, his message of "hope & change" is more of a mantra than a platform, and he has more flip-flops than a Hawaiian surf-shop, he needs to distract voters from these glaring weaknesses or they might see him for a suit empty of anything but a pocketful of ambition.

He needs to be a victim to do this, standing alone against the evil racists who oppose him because they have to be racist because they oppose him.

Sadly, the Right, except for a few on the nutty fringes, failed to deliver on the fearmongering. The rumours of his secret Muslim past was mostly ignored by anyone outside the Hillary Clinton campaign, because the smart people on the Right knew that Obama is not a Muslim. That's because you actually have to believe in something to be a Muslim, and Barack Obama believes in nothing but his own greed for power.

The Right does discuss his inexperience, the only thing he has a lot of, but I don't think they view him as a scary figure. In fact, most see him as a weak figure, a shallow, vain, opportunists with a cadre of friends that range from the crooked (Rezko) to the fanatical (Ayers) to the downright nutty (Rev. Wright) and he's running out of buses to throw them under. And that's not racist, they'd have done the same thing to any candidate with a resume thinner than Paris Hilton.

So, without the Right providing the racism he wanted Obama's backers have decided to manufacture it, and they believe it will work because the Mainstream Media will take anything Obama's campaign says as gospel, whether it has any truth in it or not.

So the New Yorker publishes a rather inane cartoon, claiming that it's about what the Right is up to, even though it has nothing really to do with the Right, and it gives Obama that blessed status of victimhood he so desperately craves to distract folks from his utter failure as a statesman.

And that's all you need to know.

Keep watching the skies, because we're watching you.


Chris C said...

When I saw it today on the news I was wondering how a political cartoon used stereotypes nobody thinks of when it comes to the Obamas.

Your theory puts it into an interesting perspective and shows the classic typical Dem behavior. The good old victim card.

Wyatt Earp said...

Psst, don't tell anyone, but I think Barack Obama is black . . . and part white . . . and has an Asian half-sister. He cornered the market on multi-culturism, so we must vote for him!