Monday, December 7, 2009
Obama's State of Nirvana
Move over, God. The One believes that he shares your throne as evidenced by his remarks to a group of rabbis when he said, We are God’s partners in matters of life and death.
You, Lord, shaped the world as we know it, but that was such a long time ago. Today, The One believes he has a better idea for redesigning humanity and the world.
You created man and woman, blessed them, and said Be fruitful, and multiply, and replenish the earth, and subdue it: and have dominion over the fish of the sea, and over the fowl of the air, and over every living thing that moveth upon the earth. You wanted mankind to fill the cup of life with more life.
The One now considers your vision passé. Today, he argues for allowing the cup of life to empty from the earth. This will create a more perfect world for the chosen ones who remain behind. All that is needed to create this perfect world is a complete-lives system, followed thereafter by a pandemic sickness upon the earth. Disciples of The One will decide who shall be saved, and who shall not be saved through health care rationing.
Devil’s advocates, similar to those working at the Optimum Population Trust, will measure the value of a person’s life on an attenuated bureaucratic yardstick. Of course, the advocates will not subject themselves to the same yardstick. Mengele’s angels will serve on their health care death panels and behind the doors of Planned Parenthood. Oddly, black babies will be PP's most frequent victims.
After The One cedes U.S. sovereignty to a U.N. one-world government, the U.S. and the world will be guided by the Statist’s Ten Commandments. Don’t be surprised if The One then campaigns for the Presidency of this world-governing body, which he will probably call the State of Nirvana after a fictional place he created in his 2003 final exam for Constitutional Law III.
The new State of Nirvana will, of course, improve on the old, and represent The One’s perfect world.
With a reduced human footprint on the planet, the world’s resources will be saved for the remaining few. Additionally, there will be less pollution. Perhaps most importantly, the climate will remain forever static. Icebergs will never melt, the seas will never rise or fall, and flora and fauna will never become extinct.
The smaller human footprint will also mean that fewer dollars will have to be spent on Medicare, disability, and Social Security payments. This will make additional U.S. dollars available for nationalizing everything.
The remaining, and demographically younger, population will be easier than ever to indoctrinate in government schools. Thus, these brainwashed skulls of mush will keep the statist’s flame burning into perpetuity. Conservatism, and the history of the world’s good and bad governments, will probably disappear from human memory. Everyone will become proud Marxists like The One.
With the sick and elderly passing away more quickly, A.C.O.R.N. will be able to squat in their empty homes with impunity. Confiscatory inheritance taxes will, of course, spread the wealth into the hands of government power brokers, and much of it will likely end up in their personal pockets one way or another. Nearly everyone will be wealthy, and few will have to work thanks to all who gave up their lives for the greater good.
If all else fails in ridding the world of the very young, the old and the disabled, The One could begin a Carousel of Death similar to that used in the 1976 movie, Logan’s Run. Volunteering to die for your country before you get “too old” will be a societal obligation, and entertainment at the same time, but with modern technology, it will be a lot tidier than the massacres that took place in the Roman Coliseum. This alternative would help to maintain an equilibrium in the complete-lives system.
In gratitude for saving the planet, enriching government coffers, spreading the wealth to all outstretched hands, and creating an orderly world, The One will surely be allowed by his Disciples and the dumbed-down public to keep his worldly throne to the end of his days.
However, when The One finally stands before St. Peter, and hears his life’s work read from the Book of Remembrance, what do you think he will say in his defense? Do good intentions get you a pass through the gates of Heaven?