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The Inevitable Civil Unrest in the US

Discussion in 'U.S. Politics' started by Texas_tea, Oct 8, 2013.

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    Texas_tea Well-Known Member

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    Considering all the crazy news stories in the media today, I figured it may be time to start a thread to post on all the potential unrest that may be headed our way.

    With the Obama Regime arresting veterans at their memorials, throwing citizens out of their homes because they're on federal property, preparing to fine Americans for not signing up for Obamacare when the websites won't even allow citizens to do so, etc.

    I figure it is only a matter of time before the news will be flooded with more and more stories of citizens pushing back.
     
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    ‘Truckers for the Constitution’ Will Intentionally Jam D.C. Beltway, Arrest Congressmen If Cops Won’t, Organizer Claims

    Formerly known as “Truckers to Shutdown America,” the “Truckers for the Constitution” rally will intentionally jam the Washington, D.C. beltway to bring attention to a wide range of issues and condemn specific political leaders, including President Barack Obama.

    The protest will reportedly span three days, starting on the morning of Oct. 11.

    However, Earl Conlon, a Georgia trucker helping organize the protest, is also creating controversy by claiming that truckers will arrest “everyone in government who has violated their oath of office” if the police refuse to uphold “their constitutional oath” and make the arrests themselves. To justify the tactic, Conlon reportedly cited the idea of a citizens grand jury.


    “We want these people arrested, and we’re coming in with the grand jury to do it,” he told U.S. News. “We are going to ask the law enforcement to uphold their constitutional oath and make these arrests. If they refuse to do it, by the power of the people of the United States and the people’s grand jury, they don’t want to do it, we will. … We the people will find a way.”
     
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    I will admit, this isn't sounding good.

    Obama has three years left to stir up even more ****.

    I wonder where his red line is on civil disobedience, before he calls out the dogs.
     
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    I know .....

    That's why I started this thread. Who knows whats going to go down in the next 36 months. Like I stated above, veterans being arrested, elderly be forced from their homes, private businesses being shut down .....

    I suspect this is only the start. How long do you think it will be before the regime plays the N.D.A.A. card?
     
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    That's what I meant about calling out the dogs.
     
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    Police Arrest Veterans at NYC Memorial

    Police arrested numerous Vietnam veterans during a vigil at a war memorial in New York City last night after the protesters refused to adhere to a 10pm curfew.

     
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    'Gestapo' tactics meet senior citizens at Yellowstone

    NEWBURYPORT — Pat Vaillancourt went on a trip last week that was intended to showcase some of America’s greatest treasures.

    Instead, the Salisbury resident said she and others on her tour bus witnessed an ugly spectacle that made her embarrassed, angry and heartbroken for her country.

    Vaillancourt was one of thousands of people who found themselves in a national park as the federal government shutdown went into effect on Oct. 1. For many hours her tour group, which included senior citizen visitors from Japan, Australia, Canada and the United States, were locked in a Yellowstone National Park hotel under armed guard.

    The tourists were treated harshly by armed park employees, she said, so much so that some of the foreign tourists with limited English skills thought they were under arrest.
     
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    Glenn Beck Reveals a Story He Hasn’t Been Able to Share for Over a Year

    Glenn Beck shared a story with viewers on Wednesday that he’s been keeping close to the vest since before the 2012 election, explaining that he’s been waiting for the right time to say what exactly happened, and what it means for the country.

    “It’s about 4:00 in the afternoon and I get a call from the president of FreedomWorks, Matt Kibbe, and I can hear the distress in his voice,” Beck said. “[Kibbe said], ‘Glenn, I’ve just been escorted out of my office by armed guards and told not to come back.’”

    “Anyone in Congress or the Senate who associates with FreedomWorks, the Senate Conservatives Fund, the Tea Party, anybody, anybody is being targeted by the same class of establishment Republican progressives,” Beck said. “They do not like it when you organize. They do not like it when you choose the candidates that you actually want.”
     
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    We’re not gonna take it! Americans use 1st Amendment to storm shutdown barriers

    Taking their lead from the veterans who first pushed through the barricades to visit the World War II Memorial, Americans nationwide are defying the federal government shutdown, tossing aside traffic cones and toppling wooden fences to get to national parks and other federal lands that the administration has deemed out of bounds.

    As the shutdown hits the middle of its second week, civil disobedience has become a sensation. Some proudly post online photos of themselves overcoming the government’s obstacles, and others use more subtle ways to make their point
     
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    ‘We Are Marching to the White House’: ‘Million Vet March’ Descends on Washington, Barricades Torn Down

    Members of the so-called “Million Vet March” descended on Washington, D.C., Sunday to protest the Obama administration’s decision to close public memorials.

    Thousands of demonstrators arrived early in the morning and tore down barricades that had been erected to block people from visiting some of the city’s most popular attractions, WTOP reports.

    The group said military personnel and veterans are “being used a political pawns in the ongoing government shutdown and budget crisis,” according to a statement on its website.

    The group also said it has no political leaning, but believes that the closing of memorials is “a despicable act of cowardice.”
     
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    And who says Obama doesnt unite people ? Of course not the way people expected.
     
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