By Dr. Jim Garrow
As the world turns and Hollyweird takes on the look of the every day, I would remind everyone of the classic movie “Being There” with Peter Sellers. A present-day equivalent, but upgraded to include modern events is on the world stage. It’s called “Giving Away The Farm” and stars Barry Soetoro, who we have come to know as Barack Hussein Obama, his stage name.
It was the Bard who taught us that “All the world’s a stage, And all the men and women merely players:
They have their exits and their entrances; And one man in his time plays many parts.”
He plumbed the depths of understanding when he envisaged the ages of the actors in question, but saw deep down the corridors of time when he mentioned our own Bathhouse Barry, “muling and puking at his Mother’s breast” –
No, wait – he never liked his Mother, who deserted him and left him in the rough hands of the Islamists who rape their pretty boys in the name of Allah. It was this desertion and betrayal that led Barry to become the traitor that he is today. Little did we know that the blood on our Lady Macbeth’s hands was that of heroes and patriots and that it is indeed Lady Macbeth who tries desperately to wash the “smudge” from her grippers, but alas cannot cleanse the stain and will never lead the nation.
We are undone, said one whose grasp of English surpasses our own. We are laid waste by our own desires, our own need to rise above our race based guilt and wash away the color that was our sin, our trap and our embarrassment. We have attempted to make amends, but our conscience will not be salved, our guilt will not be assuaged.
And so we threw convention and caution to the wind, were caught by our own cleverness and have been brought down. The slaves have overthrown the masters and their bitter pill is forced down our throats. The path to national suicide was cleared and the nation is gasping its last breaths. We have burned down our own house, and can only pray that what rises from its ashes will by pure and learned and free from the past.
Our dream can only be accomplished if we survive, free, looking to God for His forgiveness and His plan for our future. Show us the way, O God – show us our Salvation.