There’s time only for a short post today.

Here is a powerful, must-see video that is only just over a minute long:

Who said, ‘Ordinary people are too small minded to govern their own affairs’?

It was not George Soros, from whom we get a short soundbite at the beginning of the video. He cannily said that global governance might or could happen, acting as if he did not know one way or the other.

The next person to appear is Obama. It was he who said:

Ordinary people are too small minded to govern their own affairs.

In fact, he says it not once, but twice.

He says that ‘order and progress’ (his words) will come only when:

individuals surrender their rights to an all-powerful sovereign.

But the real kicker comes in starting at the 45-second point with a man reading from a Communist book outlining how to discredit opposition: build up verbal attacks, then label person(s) ‘fascist’ or ‘anti-Semitic’, followed by open discreditation by leftist organisations. That part of the video was filmed in the 1950s or 1960s. The book from which he read was published in the United States.

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