David Westerfield

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Socialism Is What We’re Getting … From Democrats’ Own Mouths

In all honesty, without an angered emotional response on my part, coolly looking at the information presented in the videos, in the context of the questions asked with the full responses, what are we conservatives supposed to make of these statements? Can I have a liberal friend explain this to me? Remember, coolly look at what is said, don’t get in a tizzy. This isn’t Glenn Beck, or Hannity, or Levin, or Limbaugh. It’s the Rev. Al Sharpton and Dem. Rep. Dingell.

It is amazing to me that after just celebrating the 20th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall, we’re now implementing a similar system by fragments. Word is the next step for Democrats is to address ‘climate change’, which if this tells you anything we’ll be implementing more socialist policies. This trend had better start reversing in the next year or it may be a long time before we’re ever back to where we’ve been in the past. Praise God these things have not completely come to pass yet. But we are well on our way. Again, this is no reason for believers to fear in light of what was said in the last post. Yet at the same time, we must do our best to address what can really only be described as a creeping tyranny.

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Telegraph: There’ll Be Nowhere to Run From the New World Government

There’ll be nowhere to run from the new world government – Telegraph

Now that’s a newspaper headline you don’t see every day. I’m not one to jump on the ‘conspiracy’ band-wagon, but this isn’t even conspiratorial: what we are entering into, and what just happened in Copenhagen, is just out in the open, being talked about by leaders and promoted by the media.

Now to be sure, as far as global warming is concerned, the accord they came up with accomplished little more than what Kyoto accomplished: good will toward reducing emissions. The carbon output of 60 developing nations for an entire year, and all they achieved was good-will? That is of course if you believe CO2 to be a toxic substance, you know, the same substance required for … life. I digress.

However, what was clear from Copenhagen is that a network of nations is emerging as having clear control over the affairs of the people they govern throughout the developed and even developing world (something the third world nations were irate about after the Danish text leak revealed something to this effect). There are some very good arguments particularly pertaining to democracy in this article. Here are some choice quotes (my insertions in brackets):
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