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By the end of this past weekend, it had become apparent to astute voyagers in cyberspace that references to Obama mentor Saul Alinsky were being scrubbed from the Web. At the same time, it was reported that Secretary of State Hillary Clinton had floated the air biscuit vis-à-vis her resignation as secretary of state, supposedly due to the rigors of her job. On Jan. 24, a low-profile news story ran concerning joint police and military drills scheduled to be held in downtown Los Angeles. These would be designed to “ensure the military’s ability to operate in urban environments, prepare forces for upcoming overseas deployments, and meet mandatory training certification requirements,” according to the LAPD.

I’m not going to question precisely who does the scrubbing when people reference scrubbing of the Web, belabor the slim chance that Hillary (of all people) would ever resign due to stress, or rail over why the establishment press sat still for a “not to worry” answer from government over military drills in a major civilian area. Most of the readers of this space could come up with viable assessments of these things before I could finish typing this sentence. My aim here – aside from citing the curious nature of all these occurring in such close temporal proximity – is something altogether different.

Those in the conservative press have been discussing President Obama’s affinity for Alinskyite political doctrine for a long time, but no one in the administration saw fit to intercede until GOP presidential candidate Newt Gingrich began throwing that fact around over the last week or so. Similarly, no one in the Obama camp seemed to care about the Rev. Jeremiah Wright when I broke the story nationally in 2007; it was only a year later when it got traction that they mobilized to execute their damage-control strategy.

Under the radar, many are aware that the court hearing in Georgia Jan. 26 (concerning Obama’s eligibility) was more publicity and more revealing than the administration was comfortable with. It’s one thing to have far-right pundits and conspiracy theorists bandy the issue about, but when real states’ attorneys general and real judges get involved, well, that’s another thing entirely.

Although TV news network-suckled folk remain blissfully unaware, President Obama is a hair’s breadth from being declared ineligible to appear on the Georgia ballot in November. Eligibility challenges now threaten to spread to other states. Even the loss of Georgia could be disastrous for the president, both politically and electorally.

But the fact is that so much has been discovered about this cipher of a president over the last three years – again, under the radar – that one major revelation might start a cascade too big to be ignored, even by the liberal press and the DNC. They and the public at large might be horrified to learn that the question of Obama’s eligibility pales in comparison to the fraud and criminality perpetrated to put him in the White House, maintain his synthetic identity and throw the dogs off of his scent.

Conventional wisdom has compelled many prominent people to summarily dismiss certain ideas about our government, and about this president, over concerns about their personal credibility. But America has indeed become a conspiracy theorist’s nightmare. The implications of prominent Democrats having certified Obama as eligible and shielded the fact he was not carries implications that could tie up courts for years, as well as introducing the possibility of criminal penalties into the mix. Such strange and convoluted potential scenarios may have been part of the reason for Executive Order 13557; passed on Nov. 4, 2010, it provides for the order of succession within the Department of Justice. Factor in Attorney General Eric Holder’s belligerent stonewalling of congressional inquiries into the “Fast and Furious” gunrunning scandal, and this comes even more clearly into focus.

In case you’re interested, here’s a thumbnail view of the political landscape: On one front, oligarchical collectivists deftly advance their long-laid plans for global domination. It’s the area in which billionaire financier George Soros operates. On another front, Republican power players move forward with a pettier agenda; this in part involves convincing rank-and-file Republicans that there are actually conservatives amongst the two front-runners in the race for the GOP nomination. It also involves the 2016 election cycle, but we don’t have time for that right now.

As these transpire, the Obama administration fights to keep the lid on a veritable pressure cooker of nefarious activity. Though profoundly dangerous to them, it still may never blow, in which case – given the moves the GOP is making – an Obama re-election becomes increasingly likely.

The common denominator among all of these designs is that the welfare of the American people doesn’t factor into this. Not one bit. It’s all about avarice, personal glory and political power.

And that’s evil.

Sometimes I am asked why I don’t either despair or live in a state of deep resentment and frustration. One of the reasons I don’t is because I realize that I can only play a part here; I’m definitely not in control of the outcome. Another is that I know these people are not all-powerful; despite the suffering they are poised to cause, they are piteous, shallow individuals who see little past what they want.

Well, it’s nice to want things, but in their self-assuredness and narcissism, there is still no way they can be certain their plans will pan out. There is only One who has all power and who throughout history has been known to lay waste the might of princes – just when they thought they had a lock on the deal.

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