On 10 June 2008 at the National Conference for Media Reform (NCMR) in Minneapolis, MN, the now Obama FCC “Diversity” Czar Mark Lloyd spoke for the “Leadership Conference on Civil Rights.” Thanks to Glenn Beck, this chilling two-part video on the benefits of using the media to more quickly accomplish one’s goals to oppress and subjugate a country and its people (aka “social change”) has been brought into the light of day.
Earlier in 2003, Lloyd had commented: “I think what is considered the media justice movement is less rooted in the consumer or public interest movement than it is properly rooted in a movement that began with the traditional issues and concerns of civil rights; a movement that is concerned with equality, with political representation, the impact of culture on institutions like media and schools. The fact that we have institutions like The New York Times, or The Nation, or foundations that are dominated by people who tend not to be people of color and they do not see people of color as integral to this movement, but they see this "public interest stuff" as separate or important and maybe see this "civil rights stuff" as passé is, frankly, connected.”
In Part 1 of the NCMR video, Marxist Lloyd (one of the most radical of the Obama appointed Czars) outlines how the willing media can and should be used against government opposition, in order to silence and then end free speech. That is chilling enough. But, wait folks. It gets worse--much, much worse. This one may make you physically ill.
In one of the most terrifying messages yet from an Obama (not the United States) Government, current ObamaCzar Lloyd talks about the Rwandan Hutu’s (he calls the Hutus “one tribe”) use of its media in order to affect “social change” via genocide. Note: Approximately 800,000 Tutsis were slaughtered in 100 days.
Lloyd initially speaks casually and then exhibits smiles as he continues when he says: “State radio in Rwanda was taken over by one tribe-one group-and they began to put out propaganda so that the Tutsis were targeted. And what resulted…was essentially genocide in Rwanda. The State, or this particular tribe which controlled the radio, very purposefully moved to ensure they could ‘do things’. Uh, their social change. Uh, in Venezuela and with Chavez--really an incredible revolution ’democratic’ revolution--to begin to put in place things that are going to have an impact on the people of Venezuela. The property owners and the folks then controlling the media of Venezuela rebelled, worked frankly with folks here in the US government--worked to oust him. But, he came back in another revolution!” Translation: “We need to take a look at how the Hutus handled their opposition and use it as a potential model for the USA. After all, if those who oppose us are dead they can’t warn the people we’re planning to crush by telling the truth about us. And, we need to use all of the class envy we can! We need to get rid of property ownership--maybe force people out of their homes via too high adjustable rate mortgages so that we can foreclosure on their homes? We MUST Make those who own property the enemies of the State and, if they don’t play ball with us, slaughter ‘em and steal everything they own!”
We already know two of the programs Obama is forcing to complete his overthrow and conquest of We-the-People--ObamaCare and Cap and Trade. Both of these programs bleed the country--and therefore us--dry of our wealth and place ALL of us not in the ruling elite class under the control of Obama and the exponentially expanding power base of his Socio-fascist government. And, now his end game may finally have been revealed by ObamaCzar Lloyd. Will our once-beloved USA become the new Rwanda? This is as serious and horrifying as it gets. Our government is now, unequivocally and unmercifully, moving against us, folks. May God have mercy on us and give us courage.
Mark Lloyd on using media for genocide and ‘social change’-Part2:
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