July 25, 2013
President Obama is using his propaganda machine, Organizing For Action (OFA), to call for 5 “national action days” to focus attention toward Obamacare, immigration reform, climate change and gun control.
On the calendar, the schedule shows the promotion of the benefits of:
• August 4 – Obamacare
• August 5 – immigration reform
• August 13 – climate change
• August 21 – gun control
• August 31 – another go at immigration reform
OFA has planned a summit meeting to target events throughout the month of August to promote gay marriage, pushing Planned Parenthood and giving attention to women’s issues.
Jim Messina, chair for OFA is hopeful that through volunteer’s action, Congress will be motivated to come to the Obama administration’s way of thinking on how this country should be run.
Messina stated: “Those same people are now saying change looks hard. And those same people who were on the campaigns say, ‘You ain’t seen nothing yet.”’
Part of the agenda of OFA is to put Congress in its place by rallying the public to demand for reform that happens to be exactly what Obama is pushing for.
Action August will be filled with “under-the-national-radar” tactics by distributing fliers, organizing demonstrations and drawing attention from local residents to scare Congress into compliance.
OFA has identified the necessity for Americans to:
• Spread the word about Obama’s Climate Change Action Plan .
• Expose “climate deniers” in Congress and use Twitter to propagate
• Switch their energy use based on Obama’s recommendations
• Host parties to gather more people to the cause
For all the agendas Obama is pushing, the OFA recommends that these tactics be used.
House Representative and House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi said that OFA should be supported as a way to address issues that the Obama administration believes are essential.
Speaking on immigration, Pelosi said : “We are a nation of immigrants and we must pass comprehensive immigration reform this year.”
Obama gave a speech at an event sponsored by OFA wherein he explained: “It’s going to be the kickoff to what is essentially several months of us trying to get Washington and the press to refocus on the economy and the struggles that middle-class families are going through, but also for us to start exploring some big and bold ideas.”
Promising that he would continue to coerce the nation into following his lead, Obama said: “I’m going to talk about where we need to go from here. How we need to put behind us the distractions and the phony debates and nonsense that somehow passes for politics these days and get back to basics,” Obama said of his Illinois speech. “Refocus on what it is that everybody is talking about around the kitchen table, what people are talking about day to day with their families.”
While taking money from Americans, OFA also enjoys donations from Fred Eychaner , president and chief executive officer of Rupert Murdoch-owned news Corp and David Shaw, executive of the Black Point Group , former founder and CEO of a pharmaceutical corporation who currently works for a technocratic investment firm.
Amy Goldman, New York philanthropist leader of the Amy P. Goldman Foundation and trustee of the Lillian Goldman Charitable Trust who is the chair of the Center for Jewish History, contributed $1 million to help Obama spread controlling viewpoints.
In fact, OFA has an average of 3,700 donors who contribute $250 or more to the “cause”.
OFA claims that they do not accept corporate donations; however donors mentioned are clearly working for corporations.