Note: This is an opinion/gut instinct article and it is nothing more than that
I have a sickening feeling that there may be some kind of false-flag terrorism event during President Obama’s trip to Arizona to speak at the VFW Convention on Monday. For me, this is a weird moment the space-time continuum; too friggin’ weird. This is Obama’s third trip to Phoenix in the seven months since the inauguration. And now that his Administration and Congress is running scared over the Economy, the Federal Reserve, Cap and Trade, giving 23.7 TRILLION dollars to the bankers, mandatory inoculations, TARP, Cash for Clunkers, expanded wars, Chrysler and GM, DHS reports labeling ordinary Americans and returning veterans as potential terrorists, Goldman-Sachs, and the nationwide Town Hall health care uprisings, there has been FAR too much distractionary talk about the dangers of guns, racism and the marked increase in threats against the President by members of “White Al-Qaeda” in the mainstream media. Where is any hint of evidence in these assertions? This all seems just like the MIAC Report; you know, where the Southern Poverty Law Center and the Anti-Defamation League simply said it was so.
Furthermore, the Shadow Government/Illuminati/Global Elite, for whatever reason, believe that they must tell the public what they are going to do before they do it. I urge you to read some newspapers from the days immediately prior to 9/11. It was Bin Laden this, Al-Qaeda that. For those of you who don’t know, there’s no such thing as Al-Qaeda. They are our world’s Eastasia or Eurasia from George Orwell’s magnum opus, 1984; an unidentifiable, faceless enemy used to foment fear.
The fact of the matter is, Arizona is on the front line of many issues that are literally boiling over in American society. Illegal immigration, gun rights, abortion, and gay marriage are a few of the most glaring examples that quickly come to mind. These are “hot button” issues that are psychologically designed to bisect society; and in allowing ourselves to be divided, we effectively conquer ourselves. Why do you think these issues are never fully resolved? Gentle readers, only you can break your conditioning.
Adding fuel to my agita fire, Dr. Heidi Beirich from the Southern Poverty Law Center was here this week at the behest of Phoenix Mayor Phil Gordon to speak to the media and police about the rise in the number of extremist groups and the rise in “extremist violence” in Arizona and around the country. I got a quick one-on-one interview with Dr. Beirich (my first interview ever) after she sat front and center at a cheese-mo round-table forum of fellow “haters”; unfortunately the camera wasn’t rolling. You know what they say; if it ain’t on tape it didn’t happen. Don’t worry; we’ll get ‘em next time.
I dub Haters as people who accuse others of harboring hatred. It’s a good name for those whiny, intolerant philistines. Tut-tut! I never went around saying I was tolerant. After all, they call us “birthers,” "healthers," “deathers,” and “racists,” among myriad other names that leave a similarly acrid taste on the tongue.
What it’s about is, what once was an already oppressive “nanny state” is rapidly becoming a mean and vindictive “Big Brother.” Anyone with two firing synapses should be able to piece that round peg and round hole together. We have been literally sold into abject slavery, a slavery that we ourselves paid for, by the same government our founders created.
That is why multitudes
of concerned Americans will take to the streets of Phoenix, Arizona Monday
Make no doubt about it; this movement is already a R3VOLution. Ron Paul’s campaign for the presidency was just the beginning. Revolutions, especially R3VOLutions, begin in the mind. But rest assured, this revolution is not about racism and it is not about immigration. Those issues are miniscule in comparison. This is a duel-to-the-death fight for the non-negotiable, God-given rights of the individual. Man cannot give away that which the Creator hath granted.
Most people who believe in a Creator believe that we were made in the Creator’s image. The Creator, being a free entity, and we, being made in his image, are born and remain free. That is the essence of Natural Law ala Thomas Paine and John Locke. If you want to know more about this, I urge you to read Common Sense by Thomas Paine, one of the founders. Then you’ll know exactly where I’m coming from. The bottom line is:
There are two kinds of people in this world;
Those who want to be left alone and those who JUST WONT LEAVE THEM ALONE!