bama's remarks were incendiary because he let his mask slip and showed his true feelings. He is a Communist. His father and mother were Communists and he is proud of his heritage.
Communism is evil, and it’s Communism that’s at the heart of the “Illuminati Bankers,” which is code for Jews Who Run the World.
Furthermore, Obama has some very interesting relatives!:
Obama is a member of the Illuminati, as are Clinton and McCain. He is related to Bush and Cheney.
I assume Makow is speaking figuratively, but it’s hard to tell.
The following remarks, which have been talked to death in the media, are the words that have Makow seeing Red. As in pinko commie:
You go into these small towns in Pennsylvania and, like a lot of small towns in the Midwest, the jobs have been gone now for 25 years and nothing's replaced them. And it's not surprising then they get bitter, they cling to guns or religion or antipathy to people who aren't like them or anti-immigrant sentiment or anti-trade sentiment as a way to explain their frustrations."
There’s a lot of truth in those words, (anyone who lives anywhere near rural and small town areas knows these words to contain some truth in them.) If you disagree, fine, but jumping from that to accusations of communism, well, I mean really. One would think. But not Makow. He’s analyzed the above remarks in an eerie and paranoid way:
Obama depicts religion as an irrational prejudice fed by economic frustration.
No he doesn’t.
"Antipathy to people who aren't like them" refers to the homosexual and feminist activists who are destroying the institution of the family.
Oy. He means gay people. Who have families themselves. And Jews. And Muslims. Buddhists. Hippies. Artists. Australians. Jesus, anyone who’s different. Here in Oregon, you’re as much a victim of this bigotry if you come from California. And ou better not say you’re from Southern California, because that will get you in some deep shit.
"Anti immigrant or anti trade sentiment" refers to policies that protect national or racial character.
Er, yes and the point is?
"Guns" refers to the fact these people must be rendered powerless.
Whoa, but that’s paranoid.
Then he goes on about Hilary. Makow also informs us of the startling news that we can’t believe much, if anything, of what politicians say, because, well, they’re politicians. Dahlings! I’ve been saying that for years! Who the hell doesn’t know that?
While earlier here Makow has been stupid and paranoid, he now gets ugly:
Look at the choice the Illuminati have given Americans. A Black Communist; a crooked lesbian; and a fossil who represents a continuation of the disastrous policies of the Bush administration. Who represents the majority of good hardworking honest Americans? Who really represents change? No one.
The Illuminati is at the root of it all. Actually, in a very twisted sick way, Makow has a point. In the sense that the Illuminati, or Corporate Globalist Cabal, or Dr. Evils, or the paranormal Fortean Trickster, or maybe just good old fashioned aliens from outer space, are playing with our minds, our lives, our planet. But that’s a given and has been going on for thousands of years. But all that aside, Makow has no excuse, for he pins this vast, ancient phenomena on the select groups that scare him, or piss him off, or make him nervous. They’re excuses for his paranoia and unease, his personal self loathing (he himself is Jewish) and his misogyny.
As I always say whenever ranting about Makow, he’s not worth the time, but the fact that there are plenty of people who actually like this guy -- including Jeff Rense -- is pretty scary.