Saturday, August 24, 2013

Nothing here make sense

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Don't try to make sense of any of it

Obama close to impeachment

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The Military Define Hate Groups- and They Is You






The DOD Define Hate Groups ... And They Is You

Res Ipsa Loquitor


Judicial Watch have obtained Defense Department Teaching Documents that suggest links to “Extremists” and "Mainstream Conservative Views."  First question:  Why are the Military engaging in this bit of indoctrination?  The entire presentation depends on the acceptance of something called "Hate Speech,"  or "Hate Think."  A contrivance that saw its beginning in a United Nations food fight in 1948, where the dominant force behind the attempt to adopt an obligation to restrict freedom of expression was the Soviet Union. This DOD document is classic use of that doctrine, now encoded into American Law by American Soviets, a.k.a., pointy headed liberals.

The descriptions of "Extremist Groups" On Page 39 have descriptions "provided by the Southern Poverty Law Center.  The SPLC have  the same threshold for what is bad as do the ACLU.  They for instance labeled the  Family Research Council as a “hate group”  for adhering to a biblical perspective on homosexuality.

Doomsday thinking
Extremists often predict dire or catastrophic consequences from a situation or from a failure to follow a specific course, and they tend to exhibit a kind of crisis-mindedness. It can be a Communist takeover, a Nazi revival, nuclear war, earthquakes, floods, or the wrath of God. Whatever it is, it is just around the corner unless we follow their program and listen to their special insight and wisdom, to which only the truly enlightened have access. For extremists, any setback or defeat is the beginning of the end.

Let's see.  Are there historical patterns that might suggest the formation of tyrannical government?  Of course.  Do the current administration exhibit any of the warnings?  I leave it to you.  Juxtaposed is the God complex exhibited in  "earthquakes, floods ... unless we follow their program and listen to their special insight and wisdom, to which only the truly enlightened have access."    Bring anyone to mind?

Extremist Ideologies
  • 1. As noted, an ideology is a set of political beliefs about the nature of people and society. People who are committed to an ideology seek not only to persuade but to recruit others to their belief. In U.S. history, there are many examples of extremist ideologies and movements. The colonists who sought to free themselves from British rule and the Confederate states who sought to secede from the Northern states are just two examples

Pick from among the groups currently problematical and active groups that warrant concern. 

Extremist Groups

  • Neo -Confederate –
Primarily celebrate Southern culture and the Civil War; some factions embrace racist attitudes toward Blacks, and some favor White separatism. The neo-Confederate movement includes a number of organizations that generally share the goals of preserving Confederate monuments, honoring the Confederate battle flag, and lauding what is judged to be Southern culture. Many have close ties to the White supremacist League of the South

  • Black Separatist–
Typically oppose integration and racial intermarriage; want separate institutions or even a separate nation for Blacks. Most forms of Black separatism are strongly anti-White and anti-Semitic, and a number of religious versions assert that Blacks are the Biblical “chosen people” of God. Other groups espousing the same beliefs would be considered racist. The same criteria should be applied to all groups, regardless of color.

  • Ku Klux Klan–
Primarily against Black Americans, its members have also attacked Jews, immigrants, and Catholics It typically sees itself as a Christian organization fighting for civil rights for Whites and is historically violent as a vigilante group. With its long history of violence, the KKK is the most infamous and oldest of American hate groups.
  • Neo-Nazi–
Share a hatred for Jews and a love for Adolf Hitler and Nazi Germany; also hate other minorities and homosexuals; believe in Christian White supremacy. While its roots are in Europe, the links with American neo-Nazi groups are strong and growing stronger.


They left out "Anti-Injun Savages
A problem with  having morally superior hubris is the attendant lack of ability to recognize death by irony.  Only one of the groups listed above would be viewed as a current threat by anybody not drowning in PC.  And that current rampage can be directly linked to messages sent to the Black community by Eric Holder's refusal to prosecute the Black Panthers for voter intimidation.  He and Obama have continued to encourage that HATE.

Whoops.  That's doomsday thinking. Sorry.



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A MMMM  on 9/11.  WTF?


As seen

ROLLOVER DUEL

  The American Muslim Political Action Committee have organized the Million Muslim March to DC on the twelfth anniversary of the terrorist attack this country on Sept. 11, but has given the event a less inflammatory name, the “Million American March Against Fear,” to raise awareness of the anti-Islamic sentiment against Muslim Americans.
 
Related -Bikers organize massive counter protest to Million Muslim March

A Million Muslim Flight to DC would perhaps be more fitting.