Are Americans “Pre-Revolutionary"?

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I can't take it anymore

Mobs flooding the streets are becoming a standard scene in most of the northern hemisphere as the worlds’ living standards decline under greedy and painfully inept political management. Will that come to North America, about the only significant place so far mostly resistant?
The U.S. government seems to be worried; it has quietly reorganized the U.S. Army to maintain population control inside the country, a first.
Poll Finds Americans Pre Revolutionary has this to say:
Should violence plague American streets as a result of a deepening economic crisis, U.S. troops have already been prepared to deal with such a crisis. As we reported three years ago, U.S. troops returning from Iraq were being re-allocated to occupy America, running checkpoints and training to deal with “civil unrest and crowd control” under the auspices of a Northcom program that revolved around deploying 20,000 active duty troops inside America to “help” state and local officials during times of emergency.
The preparations have been reported elsewhere to include provisions for housing large numbers of people under secure conditions in several large scaled locations. That part of the report is persistent, but has not been verified.
Rest of story HERE!!
~Steve~           H/T Miss May & the Constitution Club

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0 responses to “Are Americans “Pre-Revolutionary"?

  1. lowtechgrannie

    The mobs and violent demonstrators in America have all been on the left; the union demonstrators who broke into the Wisconsin capital building in Madison, the “flash robs,” the CPUSA/Reconquista May Day demonstrators in Los Angeles. If the Powers that Be fear mob violence, their own supporters are the tinderbox, not the tea party.
    Remember the tea partiers left the Mall in spotless condition when they rallied in DC. The lefties who attended Skippy’s inauguration trashed it.

  2. yes LTG you are right. Lets hope these troops can see the forest through the trees. Lets hope they can see the enemy within. For their sake.

  3. I may be naive here, but I have always held the belief that in the event government officials (elected or otherwise) were to direct our soldiers to fire on American citizens, that it would be those government officials that would be the first ones shot by said soldiers.
    I just have had too many soldiers in my family to believe otherwise.

    • The Bonus Army was the popular name of an assemblage of some 43,000 marchers—17,000 World War I veterans, their families, and affiliated groups—who gathered in Washington, D.C., in the spring and summer of 1932 to demand immediate cash-payment redemption of their service certificates. Many of the war veterans had been out of work since the beginning of the Great Depression. President Hoover ordered the army to evict the Bonus Army from Washington.
      At 4:45 p.m., commanded by Gen. Douglas MacArthur, the 12th Infantry Regiment, Fort Howard, Maryland, and the 3rd Cavalry Regiment, supported by six battle tanks commanded by Maj. George S. Patton, formed in Pennsylvania Avenue while thousands of civil service employees left work to line the street and watch. The Bonus Marchers, believing the troops were marching in their honor, cheered the troops until Patton ordered the cavalry to charge them
      After the cavalry charged, the infantry, with fixed bayonets and adamsite gas, an arsenical vomiting agent, entered the camps, evicting veterans, families, and camp followers. The veterans fled across the Anacostia River to their largest camp and President Hoover ordered the assault stopped. However Gen. MacArthur, feeling the Bonus March was a Communist attempt to overthrow the U.S. government, ignored the President and ordered a new attack. Fifty-five veterans were injured and 135 arrested.
      During the military operation, Major Dwight D. Eisenhower, later President of the United States, served as one of MacArthur’s junior aides. Believing it wrong for the Army’s highest-ranking officer to lead an action against fellow American war veterans, he strongly advised MacArthur against taking any public role: “I told that dumb son-of-a-bitch not to go down there,” he said later. “I told him it was no place for the Chief of Staff.” Despite his misgivings, Eisenhower later wrote the Army’s official incident report which endorsed MacArthur’s conduct.

      • Eowyn,
        I always hated MacArthur, not just for this incident, which I am very familiar with, but because he fled Bataan, leaving over 70k troops stranded, and he damn near touched off WW III in Korea due to his obstinate behavior and disloyalty to President Truman, the last democrat POTUS that actually had real balls.

  4. Hmnn…weren’t there some dead college students when the national guard was sent onto a college campus to handle a student demonstration in the 1960’s?

  5. Semper Peratus !
    Acta Non Verba!!!


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