“We’ll keep the red flag flying here.”

red_flag_flying_in_washington ‘..There is a flag flying over Washington and it’s no longer the stars and stripes, but the same red flag that flies over Chicago. It’s the red flag under whose shade misery and tyranny spreads while the band strikes up the same anthem over and over again. “Happy days are here again.” Life is better, life is fun.” “Things can only get better” and of course Obama’s victory speech promise; “The best is yet to come.”

It might have been more honest if he had instead admitted, “We’ll keep the red flag flying here.”…
Daniel Greenfield

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10 Responses to “We’ll keep the red flag flying here.”

  1. Robertvdl says:

    EU tyranny spreads too

    The European Parliament today voted on EU rules on food for young children and infants

    The legislation adopted today will ensure that the packaging of foods intended for children up to 12 months will not be allowed to include manipulative images, like smiling babies



    • mawm says:

      Robert are you aware of the UN’s “International Code of Marketing of Breast-milk Substitutes”? It essentially disallows marketing and advertising, controls the content of description of and images on the product, and prevents the promotion of the product to health professionals and supply of discounted or free samples to mothers. It was adopted by the WHA and the WHO in 1981 and has been mandatory for UN signatory countries to implement. http://falfn.com/CrusaderRabbit/wp-content/plugins/wp-monalisa/icons/wpml_mail.gif

      • Robertvdl says:

        No I was not. Thanks.

        • KG says:

          “..and has been mandatory for UN signatory countries to implement.”
          I was never asked about my country becoming a signatory to this. Were you?

          • KG says:

            So, we’re bound by agreements most of us were never made aware of, never voted on and those agreements were concocted by some of the least democratic countiries on earth under the aegis of an organization we have no say in.
            And I’m a “radical” for saying we ought to withdraw from the U.N. or at least put every agreement, treaty and protocol to the vote!
            If I had my way I’d sack the bastards and award them ten years hard labour on the Kamchatka Peninsula.

          • mawm says:

            The UN is our enemy. They are unelected and are ruling us through all their Treaties, Codes, Protocols, etc……….. and every one of them takes away a bit more of our freedom. Politically naive leaders gaily keep on signing them and are proud of being the leaders in implementing them. I won’t name any names………. :roll:

  2. Ronbo says:

    How many times does socialism have to fail :?:

    The next question:

    Why is FREEDOM such a hard sell :?:

    I can only conclude that only a minority of any given population really wants to be, “The captains of their fates, the masters of their souls.”

    I think the late, great sci-fi author Robert Heinlein was on to a good idea when he designed a future world where the right to hold office was limited to those who served five years in a very selective military, and the right to vote limited to those who had completed several years of very difficult public service at no pay.

    Yes, a republic ruled by an open-to-all-who-meet-the-qualifications-oligarchy of no more than ten percent of the population, an idea that worked quite well in the early days of the American Republic which limited the franchise to property owners and/or military veterans, who were given free land after the revolution.

    • Oswald Bastable says:


    • mawm says:

      “Why is FREEDOM such a hard sell”?

      It’s not really, it is just that there are so many low information people around who are happy to accept the lollies handed out by those who want to distract them while taking it away.