Archive for September 13th, 2009

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In the 2008 presidential campaign, Brother O utilized the power of images and iconography to become President of the United States. Like the swastika in Nazi Germany, the ubiquitous iconic “O” has become a powerful symbol in the United States. The 8:09 video below points out the dangers and effectiveness of the “O” symbol and how this icon can be used to turn the tide against Brother O and the progressives who used it to take control of the country.

I.M. Kane 


By Nancy Matthis | Sunday, September 13th, 2009 at 6:12 am

While we worked hard straight up, the radical left used every sneaky trick in the book — Machiavellian methods, Saul Alinski’s Rules for Radicals, the Cloward Piven strategy, brainwashing techniques, subliminal marketing, iconography/branding, and all out Internet activism. And thereby these extreme liberals/Marxists captured the presidency and both houses of Congress.

If we don’t learn how to fight just as smart, we will lose our country. As a minimum, we need to learn to recognize these techniques so that we can expose them — so that we can distinguish between real facts and emotionalism and show others the difference. To begin with, get familiar with Rules for Radicals:

  1. Power is not only what you have but what the enemy thinks you have.
  2. Never go outside the experience of your people.
  3. Whenever possible, go outside of the experience of the enemy.
  4. Make the enemy live up to their own book of rules.
  5. Ridicule is man’s most potent weapon.
  6. A good tactic is one that your people enjoy.
  7. A tactic that drags on too long becomes a drag.
  8. Keep the pressure on with different tactics and actions, and utilize all events of the period for your purpose.
  9. The threat is usually more terrifying than the thing itself.
  10. The major premise for tactics is the development of operations that will maintain a constant pressure upon the opposition.
  11. If you push a negative hard and deep enough, it will break through into its counterside.
  12. The price of a successful attack is a constructive alternative.
  13. Pick the target, freeze it, personalize it, and polarize it.

Take particular note of #5.  Now watch this video on iconography/branding and learn, learn, learn:

Tail wag: Right Truth

CatHouse Chat nails it! We should keep it simple, and push hard on three themes, and three themes only:

  1. small government,
  2. fiscal conservatism, and
  3. faithfulness to the Constitution-as-written.

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The Diary of I.M. Kane

Does Bill Clinton Have Parkinson’s Disease?


Globe Magazine is reporting that disgraced former President Bill Clinton has Parkinson’s Disease, and Hillary had to rush to his side. Rumors had been circulating that the impeached president has some deteriorating neurological disease.

During a March interview earlier this year with CNN’s Dr. Sanjay Gupta, Clinton dismissed rumors about his health claiming he had undergone tests for Parkinson’s and they were negative.

However, recent footage of Clinton’s unusual neurological handshaking moments as well as his waxy skin tone have fueled the rumor mills once again.

As a celebrity gossip rag, Globe Magazine may not be the most reputable of sources, but neither was the National Enquirer and it proved its reliability scooping the mainstream media on the O.J. Simpson, Monica Lewinsky, and Senator John Edwards stories. 

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Tennis Anyone?

“To see Good Tennis! What divine joy
Can fill our leisure, or our minds employ?
Let other people play at other things;
The King of Games is still the Game of Kings”

Serena Williams lost both her composure and her semi-final match at the US Open 2009 against Kim Clijsters. After losing the first set, Williams was down 5-6 in the second and serving at 15:30 when the line judge called a foot fault.

Following a brief interval of spoiled-sport antics, the younger Williams sister exploded with threats to kill the line judge and shove a ball/racquet (the Internet rumor mill mentions both objects) down the judges f’n throat.

The audio portion of the 2:17 video is not clear, making it difficult to hear exactly what Williams is saying to the line judge, but whatever was said obviously offended the judge for she got up and hurried over to report it to the chair umpire. When the line judge returned and sat back down, Williams exploded again and pointed threateningly at the judge, who once again got up but this time ran to mid-court to complain.

Williams had been warned earlier in the match for smashing her racquet, which meant another warning would be a penalty point. Since the foot fault made it 15:40, the added penalty point cost her game, set, and match.

The tournament referee told Williams the match was over, and she congratulated Clijsters then walked off the court.

Serena Williams threatens the line judge after a foot fault call

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