January 21, 2013
For his “second coming” Obama has created the “citizen co-chairs” role for his inaugural ceremony this week. Those selected will be tasked to sing his praises and highlight the “accomplishments with examples of lives that have either been improved by his actions or inspired his presidency.”
Among the chosen are:
• A woman denied care who will be “cured” thanks to Obamacare
• A woman who got her job back after General Motors was purchased by the Obama administration
• A homosexual pilot kicked out of the armed forces before Obama repealed the “don’t ask, don’t tell” policy
• Corporate-business owner who benefits from Obama’s wind energy tax credit
• Victims of natural disasters helped by AmeriCorps
• US veteran, bomb expert and quadriplegic who served in Afghanistan
• Single mother benefiting from socialized programs supported by Obama
Obama wants to “showcase his administration’s core values through real-life examples that people across the country can relate to.”
At the swearing in, there will be 13,000 military and police officers securing the National Mall.
Obama said that “inaugurations . . . [are] about coming together to make our country a better place.”
The president called for participation in the National Day of Service this past weekend. The day when Obama expected all Americans to seve their communities to honor the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Those part of the administration were assigned to clean parks and school grounds; serve food to the needy; mentorships in Boston; help those affected by Hurricane Sandy.
The theme of the inauguration is “Our People: Our Future” which was inspired, according to Obama “by [the] determination, grit and resilience of the American people. The stories of these extraordinary men and women highlight both the progress we’ve made and how much we have left to do. They remind us that when we live up to the example set by the American people, there is no limit to how bright our future can be.”
Vice President Joe Biden and his wife Jill spoke from a tent on the National Mall, to encourage American citizens doing their part for communitarianism. Jill Biden said: “Those who serve our men and women in uniform, our wounded warriors, our veterans and our first responders – they give so much of themselves – and for us, it’s our obligation to give back. I hope this is just the first of many of the days that you all volunteer this year and serve your community and our country is something we can do every day all the time for the rest of our lives.”
United We Serve (UWS) is Obama’s call for a nationwide citizen participation in an initiative where volunteers help “to build a new foundation for economic growth in America.” UWS is an outreach of the Corporation for National & Community Service (CNCA) which “is a federal agency that engages more than 4 million Americans in service through Senior Corps, AmeriCorps, and the Social Innovation Fund, and leads President Obama’s national call to service initiative, United We Serve.”
CNCA supports “the American culture of citizenship, service, and responsibility.” They work with coercing the public to call for “change and champion for the ideal that every American has skills and talents to give.”
During Obama’s first term, he was immortalized as a god and the great authoritarian of America on the cover of mainstream propaganda to keep the ideal alive in the meme spreading across the nation.
The Edward M. Kennedy Serve America Act of 2009 (EKSAA) is the stratagem that is the basis of volunteerism that is government mandated. When Obama signed the EKSAA, he expected Americans to take communitarianism to heart and act accordingly.
Obama said: “We need your service, right now, at this moment in history. . . I’m asking you to stand up and play your part. I’m asking you to help change history’s course. Put your shoulder up against the wheel. And if you do, I promise you – your life will be richer, our country will be stronger, and someday, years from now, you may remember it as the moment when your own story and the American story converged, when they came together, and we met the challenges of our new century.”
In 2009, President Obama said that: “We cannot continue to rely on our military in order to achieve the national security objectives we’ve set. We’ve got to have a civilian national security force that’s just as powerful, just as strong, just as well-funded.”
Last year, a new class of 231 FEMA Corps members graduated to assist the US government in future disaster preparedness whether state sponsored or natural. These members trained with at the Corporation for National and Community Service (CNCS) and will be leaders at FEMA’s Center for Domestic Preparedness where they will be assigned specific roles ranging from community relations to Disaster Recovery Center support.
The CNCS is a federal agency that “engages more than five million Americans in service through Senior Corps, AmeriCorps, and Learn and Serve America, and leads President Obama’s national call to service initiative, United We Serve.”
They utilize local communities for the sake of public-private partnerships to rework the structure of those communities to serve the needs of the federal government. By implanting pro-government propaganda, using rural resources for the benefit of private sector corporations under the guise of “fostering civic engagement”, the CNCS revisions the American landscape to reflect their agendas as directed by the US government.
A five year strategic plan outlined by the CNCS explains how a network of programs aimed at collaborating 6 areas designated as “priority” is:
• Disaster Services
• Economic Opportunity
• Environmental Stewardship
• Healthy Futures
• Veterans and Military Families
Obama For America has been given a new name, Organizing For Action, and a new purpose: to preside over former campaign advisers to brainstorm on how to coerce the American public to support Obama’s new policies and administration. OFA was filed as a 501(c)4 type of non-profit which makes it illegal for it to have a political agenda as its purpose. This classification of non-profit is quite lucrative because it is able to operate was a business in that it can sell services or products.Add This to Technorati Faves