“Scientific socialism” would hold especial attraction for intellectuals by promising to replace spontaneous and messy life with a rational order of which they would be the interpreters and mentors.–Richard Pipes
Sorry. I have been in the land of Hallmark’s Christmas, “Santa makes all your dreams come true” marathon all day yesterday. My husband had a nasty cold, so we watched 4 Hallmark movies in a row— in bed. In fact, we only stopped between movies to eat, and then jumped right back under the covers again. What’s endearing about my husband is that he keeps the Kleenex box on his side of the bed, and I have always wondered how in the world he knows when to hand me one. He just does. He doesn’t even look at me, he just reaches over, grabs one, and hands it to me at the perfect moment: You know, at the big ending where everyone that was fighting makes up, and Santa Clause finds his way home, and the orphan kids get a meal, and they find the lost puppy, and well…these movies are all about family, love, and doing what’s right. There are not too many “gay” love stories in them…yet. Most of the Hallmark Movies are in the traditional Christmas spirit.
And darn it…Where else can you get that kind of entertainment anymore? In the last ten years, Hollywood has been promoting its social messages in every sitcom, movie, and song. They’ve been cramming them down our throats. In other words, we are being socially engineered by some of the most brilliant minds on the planet, to accept all their future goals for the masses.
And now, “Professor” Arnold Schwarzenegger has been put in charge of a special school, where these new propaganda artists will be trained to …as he puts it, “educate” the masses. Film, art, and government will become one entity, much as in old Germany. An institute to train future artists to continue…globalization.
He held a panel at the school on C-Span today, which consisted of Ron Meyer, President of Universal Studios, Brain Grazer of Imagine Entertainment (Apollo 13) Rob Friedman, Co-Chairman of Lionsgate, and Jimmy Iovine, record producer of Bruce Springsteen among others.
Arnold said very bluntly that his institute was there to bring students and world leaders together to “educate, inform, and change attitudes.”
And these men were obviously proud of the social issues they had educated us on. They were all very proud of Brokeback Mountain for instance. What was very clear is how seriously these men took what they perceived to the social issues of the day. EVERYONE in America needed to be trained, educated, and taught how to think and act…and they knew how to get that message across.
The issues? Name every liberal issue you can think of…we’re going to see more of it: climate change, global warming, women empowerment, end of life issues (euthanasia) eating healthy, immigration, race, etc….
Yes, right there in Southern California, Arnold’s propaganda ministry will be training future propagandists for the global government.
Just look at who’s on the board: This is from Arnold’s website—
The new institute’s bipartisan Board of Advisors includes international leaders in business, public service and education. Initial members include Henry Cisneros, who as San Antonio’s mayor became the first Hispanic-American mayor of a major U.S. city and was appointed by President Bill Clinton as secretary of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development; Vicente Fox, who served as president of Mexico from 2000 to 2006; Rajendra Kumar Pachauri, chair of the Nobel Peace Prize-winning Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change; George Shultz, economist and statesman who served as U.S. Secretary of State from 1982 to 1989; Austrian Chancellor Werner Faymann; and Kandeh K. Yumkella, director-general of the United Nations Industrial Development Organization.
Guiding principles include: science and evidence must play an important role when finding solutions to policy and social issues; local solutions are often the best means to solve global problems; and future leaders, including students and young people, must help shape the solutions for our future
The USC Price School of Public Policy, established in 1929, is one of the premier schools of its kind in the nation. Through a time-honored commitment to public service, a legacy of strong connections to professional leaders and a world-renowned research portfolio, the school’s faculty, students and alumni work to improve the quality of life for people and their communities worldwide. The USC Price School of Public Policy is at the forefront of research and teaching on today’s major issues, including: housing and real estate markets, environmental sustainability, health care, economic development, transportation and infrastructure, governance and leadership, nonprofits and philanthropy, civic engagement, immigration and the impact of terrorism
And Arnold may be a registered Republican, but like New York Mayor Bloomberg, there’s not a thing conservative about the man.
On September 27, 2006 Schwarzenegger signed a bill creating the nation’s first cap on greenhouse gas emissions. He left California with a record high deficit, and worked with the Chinese Government to build a bridge there.
The politicians and Hollywood are practically united. This instituted will seal the final deal…and Nobody is more afraid than me, that these old Hallmark Christmas movies will someday stop, because they offend our Muslims citizens.
I did notice they are keeping a lot of the old Christmas songs out of them….even this year.
So…Arnold has a new job. He is now the New American Goebbels. His father, would be proud.
Nobody Thinks I’m going to miss those old Hallmark Christmas moves…someday. Where else can you find so many happy endings? With all these morons taking control of our lives and taking away our religion, our free speech, our jobs, our dreams and Christmas wishes….happy endings are getting harder to come by…
Pass the Kleenex.