We’re Living the “Just Noticeable Difference”

So how do you talk about a hard subject?  With emotion or reason? As human’s it is hard not to let both sides of our essence enter into the discussion, but we must exercise balance. What does this have to do with local representation?  Everything.  Incremental change for the better, or as we have seen for the last few decades for the worse, starts like an acorn.  And, we know that from little acorns grow mighty oaks.

I am a student of history and I am intent on learning from it to improve our natural condition.  Over the last 100 years, obviously much longer than I’ve been alive, we have seen the slow but methodical & steady movement to a socialist society.  Master manipulators of messaging have been diligent about crafting an appealing but insidious story of what could be, generally linked to the coveting of what another has.  The movement our our culture has been made with such stealth so as to never exceed the “just noticeable difference”, lest someone would sound the alarm.

Defined by wikipedia, “In psychophysics, a just-noticeable difference, customarily abbreviated with lowercase letters as jnd, is the smallest detectable difference between a starting and secondary level of a particular sensory stimulus.[1] It is also known as the difference limen or the differential threshold.”  

The attached video, published on Jan 29, 2013, recounts Kitty Werthman’s 2010 speech concerning the decent of 1920-40’s Germany into the madness of national socialism that became what today is commonly known today as NazIsm.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=baApAqBK82Q

Kitty lived it and says, “The gradual creeping of Socialism transformed a Democracy of mostly-Catholic good people into the dictatorship of Hilter’s NAZI Germany. Little changes here and there.”

Forget about defending Obama. Don’t be a fool. Obama and others like him are trying to transform the country, and will do it a piece at a time, always in the name of safety, in the name of the children. Listen to this lady’s speech. History repeats itself.”

When we look at the commonly recognized definition of national socialism, as uncomfortable as it feels to say, we see the political ideology/system now packaged as “Hope & Change”; and we see why our nation, built on capitalism, is in conflict with itself.  True historians are determined to protect real world history, in an effort to learn from it, from political opportunists who are just as dedicated to rewriting history to fit into their agenda.

Again turning to wikipedia for a definition, “Nazism, or National Socialism in full (German: Nationalsozialismus), is the ideology and practice associated with the 20th-century German Nazi Party and state as well as other related far-right groups. Usually characterised as a form of fascism that incorporates biological racism and antisemitism, Nazism originally developed from the influences of pan-Germanism, theVölkisch German nationalist movement and the anti-communist Freikorps paramilitary culture in post-First World War Germany, which many Germans felt had been left humiliated by theTreaty of Versailles. Prior to the emergence of the Nazi Party, other right-wing figures had argued for a nationalist recasting of “socialism”, as a reactionary alternative to both internationalist Marxist socialism and capitalism.”

Now that stealth is much less important, we are experiencing greater than the just noticeable difference and we now see radical differences that were once nothing more than an intimated, fleeting thought.  The spectacle is now on full display for every American (and those hostile to America) to see.  The leadership of our nation, and not just the President, engages in pathological lying to create a narrative than nobody buys any more.

It is up to state legislators, as the framers of our Constitution intended, to wright the ship of state and return states rights to their proper place in our Republic.  Support state legislators who stand firm on a constitutionalist perspective and remove from office those who choose to subvert the Constitution and its intent.

I am a conservative constitutionalist and I will be eternally grateful for your support and your vote in August, 2014.

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