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======================================================================== = The hate group, "Watchman Fellowship, Inc.," has a BBS = = where you may download more of their hate literature. Call = = 6095864847 and download this cult's propaganda. -dRice = ======================================================================== revised and updated annotations; inaugural address by W.J. Clinton 1993 file length about 20K (several pages). Commentary in brackets. My fellow citizens: [What? No fellow Americans listening? We would not want to limit Bill's rulership to a mere America. Good globalists address planetary citizens, not Americans.] Today, we celebrate the mystery of American renewal. [A religious metaphor--but wait! He's actually serious, read on!] This ceremony is held in the depth of winter. But, by the words we speak and the faces we show the world, we force the spring. [Good little paganists will be pleased to have been remembered. Winter symbolized death, and spring rebirth and renewal. Guess invoking a fertility goddess might be a bit much in a presidential address. And why show the "world"? Weren't we electing an American president?] A spring reborn in the world's oldest democracy, that brings forth the vision and courage to reinvent America. [Yipes! Never mind metaphors, Bill's serious! The founding fathers obviously miffed it and we've been under a bad model of government, Bill's just the one to reinvent America from scratch, in Marx's image.] When our founders boldly declared America's independence to the world and our purposes to the Almighty, they knew America, to endure, would have to change. [This is misdirection at best and a lie at worst. Were we to change the foundations and Constitutional principles, and the very principles of democracy to embrace a Marxist and Fabian America? The constitution was intentionally made difficult to change and sedition criminal.] Not change for change's sake, but change to preserve America's ideals -- life, liberty, the pursuit of happiness. Though we march to the music of our time, our mission is timeless. [Obviously New Agers do not mean life, liberty and pursuit of happiness in the sense founding fathers did. Just whose mission is it, Bill? The founding fathers mission clock is not timeless, it started in the 17th century. Your vipers clock back to Babylon. We're not marching, Bill, Nazis march to their pagan drums.] Each generation must define what it means to be an American. [Lenin is really smiling to hear that one! What Bill means is "redefine", which, of course, means that America can be hijacked and dissolved into the planetary world order. A nationalistic America would not fit into the global community. Hey, America became the greatest country in the history of civilization, Bill. Is that what you want to redefine? Is that where we've failed without you?] On behalf of our nation, I salute my predecessor for his half-century of service to America. And I thank the millions of men and women whose steadfastness and sacrifice triumphed over Depression, fascism, and Communism. [An exiguous token opening, quite entirely wrong about communism, which is alive and well. It's right on schedule for some 1.2 billion Chinese, the CIS, most of Africa, South America and Central America, and gaining most of Europe, and now... Washington, D.C. in Amerika. Haven't you read Golitsyn, Bill? And haven't you read the history of theosophy and the basis for Nazi fascism--the very fascism the New Age and New World order hopes to revive--the next Reich?] Today, a generation raised in the shadows of the Cold War assumes new responsibilities in a world warmed by the sunshine of freedom but threatened still by ancient hatreds and new plagues. [Repeat the big lie often enough and someone might believe it. The cold war is *NOT* over, we've merely joined the other side. If ancient hatreds includes God hating sin and idolatry, we can certainly understand where Bill is coming from.] Raised in unrivaled prosperity, we inherit an economy still the world's strongest, but weakened by business failures, stagnant wages, increasing inequality, and deep divisions among our own people. [Ah, the communist sociographic analysis of all our problems.... inequality indeed. I guess that is why when Bill promised to represent the American people in his cabinet, they are all left wingers, not one homeless, not one Republican, not one conservative. No wonder, 57% of the American people never voted for Clinton and won't be heard now.] When George Washington first took the oath I have just sworn to uphold, news traveled slowly across the land on horseback and across the ocean by boat. Now, the sights and sounds of this ceremony are broadcast instantaneously to billions around the world. ["Instantaneously?" that's the nature of radio/tv broadcasting, what's new that you're trying to tell us, Bill?] Communications and commerce are global; [Well, I am sure we are all grateful to learn that.] investment is mobile; [What in the world does this mean? Is he taking speech writing lessons from Albert Gore? or did he need something to rhyme with "Global"? Or does he mean our tax dollars are highly mobile and will quickly leave our pockets and go to government or UN.... there is already a UN oil tax that we pay, you know..] technology is almost magical; [three clauses and still no substance, must be more of Al speaking!] and ambition for a better life is now universal. [Aha, thanks Bill. Until your election we all must have thought no one had any ambition or aspiration for a better life, we reveled in war, poverty and hunger. Now that you're here, after many centuries, we can hope for a better life to become universal!] We earn our livelihood America today in peaceful competition with people all across the earth. [Smoking that globalist dream again, Bill?] Profound and powerful forces are shaking and remaking our world, and the urgent question of our time is whether we can make change our friend and not our enemy. [Ah, globalism is taking over and if we're smart, you say, we'll not resist or put up a fight and offend the new masters of the world?] This new world has already enriched the lives of millions of Americans who are able to compete and win in it. But when most people [New world, I wondered when we were going to mention that.... Guess we don't have a president of the America we all knew and loved, but a new world order.] are working harder for less; when others cannot work at all; when the cost of health care devastates families and threatens to bankrupt our enterprises, great and small; when fear of crime robs law-abiding [So, Bill, you're going to throw more money at it? How do you think we got in the mud in the first place?] citizens of their freedom; and when millions of poor children cannot even imagine the lives we are calling them to lead -- we have not made change our friend. [What we have had is most of these problems created by the revolutions and visionaries of the new age to usher in the crises which will beg a solution: either a world government by God or a world government by Man.] We know we have to face hard truths and take strong steps. But we have not done so. Instead, we have drifted, and that drifting has eroded our resources, fractured our economy, and shaken our confidence. [Yep, accepting tyranny and European kings are hard truths to face, and, yep, we've not done so. We've drifted toward freedom and the would be masters, the real "we" in which you include yourself, Bill, have fractured our economy, in dictating crises wherein we may have to submit to them and be tempted to surrender our sovereignty.] Though our challenges are fearsome, so are our strengths. Americans have ever been a restless, questing, hopeful people. And we must bring to our task today the vision and will of those who came before us. [Which "those" which came before us?] From our revolution to the Civil War, to the Great Depression to the civil rights movement, our people have always mustered the determination to construct from these crises the pillars of our history. [All three examples were thrust upon this nation and people by globalist conspirators, have been hurt. The pillars built have been tragedy and cost of millions of lives. Is Bill calling for a "Clinton" crises of proportions like the Civil War to install the next pillar of the new world order?] Thomas Jefferson believed that to preserve the very foundations of our nation, we would need dramatic change from time to time. Well my fellow Americans, this is our time. Let us embrace it. [from time to time then or now? Is this time for America to embrace it's own death?] Our democracy must be not only the envy of the world but the engine of our own renewal. There is nothing wrong with America that cannot be cured by what is right with America. [Someone who is confused about gays in the military being right can hardly make such an assertion credible. The only engine for renewal has always been our reverence and surrender to God. Surrender and reverence to the new order will be the death of America.] And so today, we pledge an end to the era of deadlock and drift -- and a new season of American renewal has begun. [Renewal or redefinition and oblivion?] To renew America, we must be bold. [Bold, and you forgot to mention, good lemmings.] We must do what no generation has had to do before. We must invest more in our own people and in our own future, and at the same time cut our massive debt. And we must do so in a world in which we must compete for every opportunity. [I hear more welfare, more government spending, more of Marx' gradualism.] It will not be easy; it will require sacrifice. But it can be done, and done fairly, not choosing sacrifice for its own sake, but for our own sake. We must provide for our nation the way a family provides for its children. [Sacrifice of course, make everyone equally poor, except the overlords.] Our Founders saw themselves in the light of posterity. We can do no less. [We are not founders, Bill. "For thou hast said in thine heart, I will ascend into heaven, I will exalt my throne above the stars of God: I will sit also upon the mount of the congregation, in the sides of the north: I will ascend above the heights of the clouds; I will be like the most High." (Isaiah 14) Anyone who has ever watched a child's eyes wander into sleep knows what posterity is. Posterity is the world to come -- the world for whom we hold our ideals, from whom we have borrowed our planet, and to whom we bear sacred responsibility. [We are stewards, Bill, we never borrowed "our" planet. "The earth is the Lords and the fullness thereof." (Psalms) We must do what America does best: offer more opportunity to all and demand more responsibility from all. [like more taxes? relinquish more freedoms? Kennedy asked what we could do for our country, noble sounding but backwards....the government was always to serve the people. Now we are asked to give government even more. Time for a real change, Bill.] It is time to break the bad habit of expecting something for nothing, from our government or from each other. Let us take more responsibility, not only for ourselves and our families but for our communities and our country. [bad habit expecting the government to do what the constitution provides, guess it's Bill's turn to have the government get more from us, quite the opposite of it's function.] To renew America, we must revitalize our democracy. This beautiful capital, like every capital since the dawn of civilization, is a place of intrigue and calculation. Powerful people maneuver for position and worry endlessly about who is in and who is out, who is up and who is down, forgetting those people whose toil and sweat sends us here and pays our way. [Bill ought to know about intrigue and calculation, he's gotten himself to the presidency.] Americans deserve better. And in this city today, there are people [right, so when do you resign?] who want to do better. So I say to you, let us resolve to reform our politics, so that power and privilege no longer shout down the voice of the people. Let us put aside personal advantage so that we can feel the pain and see the promise of America. [which people, those in charge? Who is to put aside personal privilege to feel the pain?] Let us resolve to make our government a place for what Franklin Roosevelt called "bold, persistent experimentation," a government for our tomorrows, not our yesterdays. [ah, quoting that great socialist who sold us and much of the free world out to Stalin.] Let us give this capital back to the people to whom it belongs. To renew America, we must meet challenges abroad as well as at home. There is no longer a clear division today between what is foreign and what is domestic -- the world economy, the world environment, the world AIDS crisis, the world arms race -- they affect us all. [ No distinction? Not in the new world order.] Today, as an old order passes, the new world is more free but less stable. Communism's collapse has called forth old animosities and new dangers. [Lies, all lies. Except for the part about old orders passing and new world orders taking over.... Not untypical for a leftist to cry danger when Communism seems weakened and out of place. Won't surprise us Bill, when you rush with dollars and technology to rebuild that communism bigger and better so you don't spend sleepless nights worrying.] Clearly America must continue to lead the world we did so much to make. While America rebuilds at home, we will not shrink from the challenges, nor fail to seize the opportunities, of this new world. Together with our friends and allies, we will work to shape change, lest it engulf us. [Yep, Bill, we believe you really will work tirelessly to bury America and merge with the new world order.] When our vital interests are challenged, or the will and conscience of the international community defied, we will act -- with peaceful diplomacy when possible, with force when necessary. The brave Americans serving our nation today in the Persian Gulf, in Somalia, and wherever else they stand are testament to our resolve. [What is vital? The conscience of the international community? Oh my! Bill would not dare consider national sentiments or independent sovereignty for free peoples.] But our greatest strength is the power of our ideas, which are still new in many lands. Across the world, we see them embraced -- and we rejoice. Our hopes, our hearts, our hands, are with those on every continent who are building democracy and freedom. Their cause is America's cause. [Our cause used to be the World's cause. Now communism is democracy and democracy communism. You wouldn't be trying to confuse us, Bill?] The American people have summoned the change we celebrate today. You have raised your voices in an unmistakable chorus. You have cast your votes in historic numbers. And you have changed the face of the Congress, the presidency, and the political process itself. [Hmmm. 57% of the people did not vote for Clinton. Bush got some 2 to 3% less popular votes than Clinton. Either the slimmest or second most slim election in history is a unmistakable chorus?] Yes, you my fellow Americans have forced the spring. Now, we must do the work the season demands. [Ah, that warms our little pagan hearts, Bill.] To that work I now turn, with all the authority of my office. I ask the Congress to join with me. But no President, no Congress, no government, can undertake this mission alone. My fellow Americans, you, too, must play your part in our renewal. [They were dumb enough to vote for you Bill, they'll be dumb enough to play their part in their own demise.] I challenge a new generation of young Americans to a season of service -- to act on your idealism by helping troubled children, [Indentured servitude to one's government, you mean. You would have to challenged a stoned new generation that does not remember the horrors of war and the faces of tyranny... those of us who have been around know you too well and aren't fooled....] keeping company with those in need, reconnecting our torn communities. There is much to be done -- enough indeed for millions of others who are still young in spirit to give of themselves in service, too. In serving, we recognize a simple but powerful truth: We need each other. And we must care for one another. [Sounds very noble and is, but depends on how one defines care. Euthanasia and abortion, which Bill supports must likewise be representative of what Bill construes as "care".] Today, we do more than celebrate America; we rededicate ourselves to the very idea of America: [Whose idea of America, Bill, the renewal and redefinition idea of your pagan masters?] -- an idea born in revolution and renewed through two centuries of challenge; [Which revolution, Bill, American or Marxist?] -- an idea tempered by the knowledge that, but for fate, we -- the fortunate and the unfortunate -- might have been each other; -- an idea ennobled by the faith that our nation can summon from its myriad diversity the deepest measure of unity; [Whose unity? the international communities'?. A classic new age line that warms your little pagan heart.] -- an idea infused with the conviction that America's long heroic journey must go forever upward. And so my fellow Americans, as we stand at the edge of the 21st Century, let us begin anew with energy and hope, with faith and discipline, and let us work until our work is done. The scripture says, "And let us not be weary in well-doing, for in due season, we shall reap, if we faint not." [Bill, Bill, let's quote in context the verse before and after this one in Galatians..... " 8 For he that soweth to his flesh shall of the flesh reap corruption; but he that soweth to the Spirit shall of the Spirit reap life everlasting. 9 And let us not be weary in well doing: for in due season we shall reap, if we faint not. 10 As we have therefore opportunity, let us do good unto all [men], especially unto them who are of the household of faith." (Galatians 6). This speaks of sowing to the Spirit of God, doing good to all men, especially believer, not beginning anew without God, not sowing to man's own Godless world order, not placing faith in ourselves but God!] From this joyful mountain top of celebration, we hear a call to service in the valley. We have heard the trumpets. We have changed the guard. And now -- each in our own way, and with God's help -- we must answer the call. ["Each in his own way, Bill? There is only one righteous way, God's way. Each in his own way allows for more than one truth and no absolutes. "Teach me thy way, O LORD; I will walk in thy truth: unite my heart to fear thy name." (Psalms 86:11) "Jesus saith unto him, I am the way, the truth, and the life: no man cometh unto the Father, but by me." (John 14:6) Would you have us walk in a thousand truths, a thousand ways? "Blessed [is] the man that walketh not in the counsel of the ungodly, nor standeth in the way of sinners, nor sitteth in the seat of the scornful." (Psalms 1:1) You've heard the Fabians' Oxford trumpets, not God's. "Yea, better [is he] than both they, which hath not yet been, who hath not seen the evil work that is done under the sun. (Ecclesiastes 4:3) Jesus answered and said unto them, I have done one work, and ye all marvel. (John 7:21)"] Thank you and God bless you all. [Which God, Bill?]


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