In a recent political "experiment," journalist and political activist Mark Dice asked fellow San Diegans if they'd be willing to sign "President Barack Obama’s new plan" to nuke Russia. The result Dice described as "disturbing." To his surprise, nearly every "Obama zombie" went along with it.
Though Dice (wearing an "Obama" T-shirt) repeatedly made clear what the petition was calling for—a "preemptive nuclear strike against Russia" to "maintain America's superiority"—person after person signed on. Just by attaching Obama's name to the petition, Dice suggests, the "Obama zombies" were willing to go along with just about anything.
RT provides some highlights:
"This is the one way we can maintain our superiority," Dice says.
"You know how Russia has been threatening United States lately," he tells an apparent anti-Russian American patriot, who replies: "Yeah!"
"I have been American all my life,” says the man who is signing the petition, "Let’s hope he doesn’t disappoint me," he added, apparently referring to Obama.
There was just one couple who refuse to sign the petition, after they heard it was to support Obama’s plan to "launch the preemptive nuclear demonstration against Russia."
Another couple asked Dice if he was really thinking that the US was "going to" nuke Russia.
"I don’t think we are going to," a woman says.
Despite seeming mistrustful, they signed the petition, however.