PART 1 of 2
April 13, 2010
When leftist politicians are in trouble, politically, there is one thing you can count on: they will do anything to divert attention away from themselves.
The hugely unpopular health-care vote is a case in point.
On the particular day of the vote, black Congressmen made a point of walking through "kill the bill" protestors on their way to chambers. They could have used the tunnel to arrive at their destination but they didn't. Not that walking through the protestors wasn't their right, they had every right, but their doing so makes their reasons for doing so suspect.
And sure enough, that very night, the leftist lamestream media headlined the claims that black Congressmen had been called the "n" word by protestors and how one Congressman had been "spit on." The insinuation: the protestors were racists.
But, interestingly, with all the cameras rolling in the crowd, no one could come up with any footage of the alleged incidents. On camera, the black Congressman who claimed he was spit on is clearly seen deliberately walking right in front of a protestor who is yelling "kill the bill." He was the victim of spray, not spit. It's a little difficult to send a "spit bomb" when yelling "kill the bill", unless, of course, one is a master of contortion!
That the black Congressman chose to walk by right in front of the protestor, at close proximity, also means he did so knowing that he would get spray on him. In other words, his actions were deliberate and his purpose was so he could make false accusations based on his color.
The tactic is typical Saul Alinsky agitprop (short for agitation for propaganda), Alinsky being a self-avowed Marxist well versed in agitprop.
Clearly, the intent of the black Congressmen, in walking through the crowd of protestors, was to incite racial slurs. When it didn't happen, they made it up with the full cooperation of the leftist lamestream media who made it front and center on their nightly propaganda stream called the "nightly news."
And true to nature, when no proof was presented of the authenticity of the claims of the black Congressman, the leftist lamestream media, who required no proof in the first place, didn't recant their obviously bogus claims.
Having failed to inflame the masses with claims of racial slurs and spit, the leftists then set out to divert attention by pulling a "Waco/Ruby Ridge" maneuver; that is to say, they targeted a group on allegations that they planned to kill a law enforcement officer and kill more cops at the funeral.
On the very face, this allegation sounds a little too hokey to even be plausible. A small group of individuals are going to murder a police officer then expect that all his associates are going to show up to the funeral unarmed?
Sounds really logical, doesn't it? Somehow I have my doubts that the Hutaree's are suicidal like so many of Also Known As (AKA) Obama's Muslim brothers.
If, as the government claims, the Hutaree's had received tactical training, such doesn't jibe with the government claim of how the Hutaree's intended to use that training. On the whole, the government claims sound just a little too contrived. Kind of like the bogus claims made to justify killing Vicki and Sammy Weaver at Ruby Ridge and the Branch Davidians at Waco.
The ones who put this story out, however, obviously believed the majority of Americans wouldn't see the inconsistencies in such an implausible story, especially if they threw enough bigoted epithets, straight out of the playbook of the likes of Mark Potok of the Southern "Poverty" Law Center (SPLC), into the mix of propaganda spewed forth by the leftist lamestream media to the masses: extremist, militia, right wing … and the best of them all: "Christian" militia, the intent obviously to smear all Christians as "right wing extremists who hate the government."
Great care is taken that no mention is made of the fact that the government, as it now is, is far beyond its constitutional bounds; far beyond its authority; that it has become the government of Big Brother prophesied by the likes of Animal Farm and 1984; far outside the limited form of government established by the Founding Fathers to allow citizens the greatest amount of freedom to pursue a livelihood and to live their lives according to the Ten Commandments of God.
As for the SPLC and Mark Potok, they have been recently labeled a left-wing hate group, supporting every Marxist idea that comes down the pike including open borders. They no doubt champion the refusal of Barack Insane Obama to secure the border following the murder of Arizona rancher Rob Krentz by illegal aliens. Now lawmakers in Texas are being threatened by Mexican drug cartels who are also known to be in possession of IEDs. The reaction of Barack Insane Obama? He's "monitoring the situation." The message is clear: it's okay to kill white Americans, just don't kill the invaders or the drug runners.
In divorce papers filed by one of Morris Dees' ex-wives, his sexual proclivities and perversion are exposed. On par with Richard Butler, head of the Aryan Nations, Dees will do anything to get his face in front of the cameras; his modus operandi, and that of his organization, is to continually incite the specter of violence against minorities to keep money rolling into his coffers to support his lavish lifestyle.
And because the American people, by and large, have been the product, for too many years, of the government schools where the Constitution and Bill of Rights have been spit on as the product of "lecherous old men"; the students graduating those government schools have no clue the foundations of America or why the Constitution and Bill of Rights are their guarantee of freedom only so long as they protect those same documents.
The people who voted for AKA are testament to the ignorance that government schools are producing; of people who believe it the job of government to 1) give them what they don't want to work for; 2) give them rights; and 3) take care of them.
These are the people who listened to AKA and believed him when he said, "I'm going to give you …. I'm going to provide you with …. I'm going to spread the wealth around." They didn't stop to ask what that would cost them; all they heard was "He's gonna gimme …"
It was Thomas Jefferson who stated, so long ago, "I predict future happiness for Americans if they can prevent the government from wasting the labors of the people under the pretense of taking care of them."
What AKA and his kind never tell people, naive enough to believe it the job of the government to take care of them, is that the devil is in the details; that nothing is ever free; that the cost of all the goodies AKA and his ilk dangle before them, is their freedom. Quite obviously, not very many have read or heeded the story of Jabez Stone who sold his soul to the Devil in exchange for the miracles the Devil could conjure. The old classics, like The Devil and Daniel Webster, aren't taught in schools anymore where one's morals, standards and values are always in flux, always situational.
Such thinking, however, does not change the fact that the loss of freedom is always the price paid to get something for nothing. It has been ever so and will always be so, no matter what Marxists like AKA and his ilk try to claim.
Some will undoubtedly believe that Barack Insane Obama was a misprint. Far from it. Only an insane person would work for their own enslavement; only an insane, self-absorbed person would ever believe they know better than God what is best for His people. AKA hasn't been called a malignant narcissist by more than one psychologist for nothing.
Now that the whole Hutaree scam has been exposed as a leftist propaganda ploy, the left has come up with a new propaganda piece, hard on its heels: this one claiming that a group called Guardians of the free Republics has sent "threatening letters to governors".
In the small print of the article written about the letter that Governor Gregoire of Washington state supposedly received, comes this little gem, "more than 30 governors had received letters saying if they don't leave office within three days they will be removed…"
Oh my, but that does sound quite dastardly, doesn't it?
Oh, but wait, in the very next sentence comes this revelation, "Investigators do not see threats of violence in the group's message …"
Huh? First it's a threat, then … well … it's not really. Of course, the obvious intent was that people wouldn't read beyond the first claim to see the immediate recanting of that claim. This is a known propaganda ploy. The recanting sentence then goes on to claim that well, such letters might incite others to violence.
Come again? Had the existence of the letter not been made public, who, besides those receiving them, would have known about it? How could the letter have incited anyone to violence?
Quite obviously, the intent of publicizing the letter was to incite someone to violence which is why the leftist lamestream media spun the reality of the letter into something it truly is not. This is the letter the governors supposedly received.
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Seems to me those yelling "threat" are working terribly hard at "feeling threatened." Of course, Christine Gregoire goes all aflutter at the least affront to her self-image of importance in the grand scheme of things.
First the letter was a threat, then it wasn't, then it might be, and then, well, maybe it might be.
It's all a ploy, it's all propaganda. For part two click below.
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Activist and researcher, Stuter has spent the last fifteen years researching systems theory and systems philosophy with a particular emphasis on education as it pertains to achieving the sustainable global environment. She home schooled two daughters. She has worked with legislators, both state and federal, on issues pertaining to systems governance, the sustainable global environment and education reform. She networks nationwide with other researchers and a growing body of citizens concerned about the transformation of our nation from a Constitutional Republic to a participatory democracy. She has traveled the United States and lived overseas.
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