In the minds of our controllers who reside and work at the White House, the purpose of government is to force us to do things we don’t want to do. They are convinced they know what is best for “the collective” or at least they’ll present what’s best for them personally as a positive for society. Peasants who have little control over their lives must do as they’re told for the supposed benefit of the communal society.
Everybody naturally has different tastes in food, some people love shrimp while others thinks it’s nothing more than an underwater insect that found its way onto their plate. That type of difference can’t be allowed under the Obama totalitarian system. Individuality must be eliminated.
The First Semi-Female is back on her high horse, out to unify the content of children’s meals and raise them up in the model of the ideal citizen of the State. In spite of the fact that most of what she’s trying to force feed to students is finding its way into cafeteria trash cans, her will is not to be denied. When was she elected and what post was it?
The Mooch described her strategy, a word that, when associated with something emanating from the White House is synonymous with failure, as teaching the children the importance of healthy eating at an early age, indoctrination.
The Mooch said in an interview with “Cooking Light” magazine, “I mean, that’s one of the reasons why I’m confident that the school lunch changes will eventually be embraced by kids. Because we’re really thinking about [targeting] the kids who are kindergartners today. If all they know are whole grains and vegetables, by the time they’re graduating from high school, this will be their norm; they won’t know anything different.”
And if all they know is totalitarianism, the same will apply, correct, Michelle?
She presented her “you’ll eat what I tell you to eat and like it” program as an effort to change eating habits, and cited the large number of students who receive two meals per day at taxpayer expense as a perfect opportunity to change their tastes.
Obama said, “Many poor kids are getting two meals a day in the schools, and if those meals are the healthiest that we can give them, no matter what happens at home, they’re going to be ahead of the curve.”
She characterized her work as a “generational goal” aimed at implanting children with a “whole new set of habits and taste buds.”
She added, “These kids will be acclimated to different tastes, and then they’ll go into college with that set of information and those skills and those norms. And hopefully they’ll become the voices of their generation for how to eat and live and build a quality life.”
Of course Ms Obama and her children don’t eat anything remotely resembling what she is forcing upon the peasant children. Her kids get to enjoy their meals and as for herself, anyone who comes between her and a burrito does so at their own peril.
Mooch acknowledged, “Change is hard for anybody. And when you’re talking about food, food is really personal. So when you’re telling people to rethink [forcibly] their dietary habits that they’ve lived with all their lives, it’s really personal.”
That’s why starvation is such an important component of her strategy. If they don’t eat what she’s redistributing to them, the kids may very well go hungry. That leaves them with a tough choice. Many will compromise and eat just enough “government guano” to take the edge off until they get home to some real food.
In manipulating the kids, she said her strategy is to present her message in a more positive, less accusatory manner so as to not make “people feel judged.” Really, she thinks kids are concerned about being judged for liking Doritos or broccoli?
She and her Dear Leader husband have set their sights on remaking society. Mooch said, “It’s not just the policy at the top (her rightful place). It’s really what kids see every day on TV. It’s what’s marketed to them. It’s what their parents are saying, what they’re hearing in their classrooms, what they’re watching their heroes in sports and entertainment do. That’s what shifts the culture.”
It’s a big job to control all of those influences but the Mooch and her communist cohorts are up to the task. Give them time; they’ve got a program to control each of those factors and much more.
Rick Wells is a conservative writer who recognizes that our nation, our Constitution and our traditions are under a full scale assault from multiple threats. Please “Like” him on Facebook, “Follow” him on Twitter or visit www.rickwells.us