Open Letter to American Idol, Mr. Glenn Beck from Author of "Obamasutra" Mr. Ilya Katz.
I dedicated my new book of insults for special occasions, "Obamasutra Illustrated," to you Mr. Beck and therefore I believe I have a right to a couple of critical notices in your address.
As an ancient philosopher said, a good doctor must recognise a sickness before is starts. I am not Nostradamus, just Katzstradamus, but I can see a dangerous sickness of politcorrecteness has contaminated even the best of us.
After a long trip from Florida, on August 28 I came to Washington D.C. to participate in the long-awaited event "Restoring America's Honor." If we want to restore the honor of our nation, however, we have to absolutely clearly recognise the ones guilty of diminishing and destroying our honor. How can we restore honor without fighting with those, who destroy it? While trying to excercise my first amendment rights, I brought my freedom of expression, printed in satirical form on the posters. I was however banned from my constitutional right to express my thought in the form which I selected.
Mr. Beck, I already had suffered from pointing finger of government and censorship in the Soviet Union. I am not happy that American government tells me how to behave in the business in time of my sickness, how to educate my children, how align my thoughts with those, offered by the government, etc. And for sure, I do not need orders of self-censorship even from my political idol, Mr. Glenn Beck. Limitations of freedom of expression are surely in the arsenal of totalitarian rule. Many times in your program, you Mr. Beck stated that you pray every night for Barrack Obama and people believe you when they see tears on your eyes. But in the daytime you very successfully "pray" ("prey") on Mr. Obama. In that I can see here a sign of political bipolar disorder.
Let us ask a question: "Who has publically disgraced our nation?" "Who has robbed us, our children, and grandchildren?" "Who has abused our eldrly?" "Who is trying to "redistribute" the wealth from the creative, enterpreneurial, working, tax-paying America to the masses of marginals, champions of entitlements?"
According to Winston Churchill we are not equal in our achievements and our richness, but Obama is trying to make us equal in our socialistic misery.
Who has weakened our defenses? Who has de facto supported the flood of illegal immigration? Who has enlarged our government and has empowered it with a bunch of left-brainers? Who has demonstrated his racial profiling? Who is trying to implement the ancient method of power "Divide and Conquer"? Who is doing his best to change the United States of America, our Motherland, Divided Statres of Moronland, socialist banana republic, a Soviet Union of America?
If America is a truck and and Obama is a trucker, the voter is a mother.... sucker. "Congratulations," citizens, you can kiss what you elected, the very first black, first red, first anti-American president.
To paraphrase a thought from "The Little Prince", by Antoine de Saint Exupéry:
If you love somebody, you are responsible for them; if you love your garden and notice weeds growing up and attempting to destroy the beautiful flowers on your land, fight the grass; save your flowers. Children, thankfully, will enjoy the beautiful garden.
When our beautiful homeland is in the midst of economic, political and military fires, it is not the time for redecoration.
When so-called socialistic “high morality” will be turned into the high mortality, it will be not time for consolidation and mobilization.
Time is running out. We live on a volcano, and we must be prepared for a fight.
Talk peace, but keep your ammunition ready. We are the most patient and generous country in the world, but kindness in our difficult time demands possession of strong fists.
Gloves off, America—time to stand tall in defense of our values, our civilization and the future of our children.
“If not us, who else? If not now, then when?”
Dear Mr. Beck, I consider you to be a national treasure, you enlighten and take care of us and we sometimes have to take care of you. Please, take my notice not as an insulting, critical poison but as a slightly bitter but highly helpful political social medicine.
Mr. Beck, please come back!