[I'm re-posting this June 16 2012 article at the top of the blog for, well, a certain reason. Sigh. Even the WordPress crowd doesn't know how to handle this situation. What are we coming to in Amerika?]
POTUS Barack Hussein Obama has stooped to a new low, hiring a team of militant hate-bloggers to attack religious freedom from the Executive Office of the President of the United States of America.
The tax-payer funded computers and offices used are but a stone’s throw from the Oval Office, precisely at 725 17th St NW:
I received what seemed to be an innocuous comment from a self-proclaimed atheist, who was wanting to know more about a nine year old’s perspective inasmuch as the faith of that little boy shut the mouths of many an atheist in one of my parishes some years ago. I would have thought this was a sincere inquiry, and was pleased to let the nine year old be a voice of reason and religion in the public square that is filled with so many atheists who are, instead, insincere. So, in view of that little boy, I answered that atheist’s comment on that post as best I could HERE.
It wasn’t very long before HSH became the object of a nefarious attack, though this was short lived:
Don’t worry, my Holy Souls Hermitage WordPress.com blog is not a fraudulent web page, and is protected by the awesome WordPress no-java-script allowed security system! So…
“Hah!” quoth I, as I set to look for possible answers as to why such a thing would happen. I took a gander at the IPv4 address of the atheist’s comment, and then did a search on a run of the mill blog stats program which is running in the background overseas for just such events as this. I easily found the IPv4, in tandem with another within the same assigned range [click to enlarge (the bits in bold are my additional notes)]:
It’s like a “look what I found and now you take care of it” situation. As it is, I found that these IPv4 addresses frequently work in tandem. Surely, thought I at first, “Executive Office of the President” meant that these athiest guys were, like, the president and ilk of the local gardening club. But, no, that wasn’t it. I did a bit more searching…
725 17th Street, NW is, in fact, the New Executive Office Building of the President of the United States of America.
But there’s more. “Hey!” quoth I. “These guys got a blog that they were trying to advertise on my blog, providing the real reason behind the comment, right? Advertising one’s website or blog is not a required field in the comment form. I visited that blog. Sigh.
All this time I was thinking that this was all on the up and up. You know, just another atheist guy on a coffee-break in the president’s office, sincerely checking out my blog, letting himself be challenged by the nine year old boy who believes in Jesus. I mean, I think I must have half the offices of the Department of Defense reading such posts as this on my blog during their coffee breaks, so, why not the White House? Wrong. Going out of one’s way to advertise a blog address from the tax-payer funded Executive Office of the President of the USA is not an incompetent mistake; it’s a calculated move, right? They are paid to be careful, to do exactly what they are told. Obama has always made it clear that there will be no dissenter in his offices.
Obama’s Executive Office’s blog is a hate-blog, filled with world class and quite violent anti-religious-freedom hate-speech, all with your tax dollars! I wonder if anyone else is getting such visits from these IPv4 addresses…
The statements made by the hate bloggers have to be taken as a threat inasmuch as they emanate directly from the Office of the most powerful political force in the world. It’s a team of hate-bloggers hired from among the ever diminishing crowd of Obama sychophants. “Robert” (the blogger’s handle), mind you, has an M.A. from Georgetown (sigh), so he must know what he’s talking about as an official spokesman for the President, right? Let’s take a look at some of the statements on the blog, with my emphases and [comments]:
- “Although gay marriage doesn’t touch most atheists directly, I know many follow its triumphs and setbacks like sports fans follow their favorite teams. The reason I suspect is because opposition to gay marriage encapsulates like no other issue so many of the reasons why atheists reject religion and seek to diminish its influence in the public sphere.” [Sounds like Obama, looks like Obama, walks like Obama...]
- “If anything, Stalin, Mao, and Hitler should serve warning to the dangers of religion, which equally seeks to impose a version of its own “unassailable” dogmas on the rest of us.” [Note that this guy, on his hate blog, lumps all religions in one bag, making the actions of one person of one religion the responsibility of all members of all religions. More than this, for him, all religious people, you know, like Mother Teresa, Ghandi, John Paul II... They're all like Stalin, Mao and Hitler. Ideas like that embraced by the President of the United States spells a violent shutdown of religion, and not only in the USA.]
- “Remember: the sword you wield to force others to follow your morality can just as easily be wielded by someone else to force you to follow theirs.” [He's saying that Obama's government is threatening to hack religious people down, because religious people of whatever religion are guilty of, say, suicide bombing. Sounds like no one in the President's Office has read the Regensburg Address of Benedict XVI. But it's worse: If you don't pay into the Obama Abortion-Insurance Fund, you will fall under this threat.]
This guy, this team, of the Executive Office of the President of the United States of America, is out of control. And that’s what’s intended, right? The Executive Office of the President is a reflection of the Oval Office of the President.
I edited the blog address out of the approved comment, since, of course, error, as error, has no rights, particularly when error is being violent. I’m not about to point my readers to such trash as that. In this post, however, I have made an exception. If you want to see the intellectual level of these Obama sycophant lackeys, google some of the quoted phrases above. Inconsistences, contradictions, hypocrisies, really evil equivocations and out and out lying are everywhere to be seen. The subtitle to the blog, about embracing the tyranny of relativity on the most individual level says it all.
WHAT MAKES ME UPSET is the way way the Executive Office of the President of the United States of America is so willing to the use the sufferings of a little boy to advance its anti-religious freedom agenda. The POTUS hates the faith of this boy. The faith of this boy is a danger to the President, precisely because this little boy is a voice of goodness and kindness and truth and friendship. The President wants to get the voice of that little boy out of the public square, thinking that it is a danger to society to have someone like him speaking of goodness and kindness. In case you hadn’t clicked on the link above, be prepared for a shock of goodness and kindness HERE.
Obama’s hate bloggers try to parade about under cover of anonymity. COWARDS! They kick the little boy in the face and run, squealing in glee! Of course, if other branches of the government that frequently visit this blog (NNIC, USAIC, DHS, etc.) wanted to provide the names of these guilty cowards to Congress, you know, for an investigation as to why it is that tax-payers have to pay for such anti-Constitution and cowardly acts against a boy’s faith, well, they have the means to find out who was sitting at which computer when, right? Right. We’re waiting. I mean, what is this: We’re actually paying for hate-bloggers in the Executive Office of the President of the United States to frighten children? This is America? Really?