Wednesday, February 3, 2010

Praxis: Claire Wolfe on Preparing for Civil Unrest.

"Here's an idea...If nobody wants a 'civil disturbance,' why in heck don't they quit disturbing us?" -- From MamaLiberty over at War on Guns

My thanks to InLibertysCause for forwarding this link.


jon said...

plenty of non-VIPs who have been talking about it for years. gerald celente and ron paul come to mind. but that's certainly a turn of events; acknowledgement from upon high, if you will.

MamaLiberty said...

I've lately been saying that it's half past "Claire time" now - but I sorta hope the ball won't drop for few monts yet. It's snowing hard outside...

Why in hell can't they just leave us alone?

Walter said...

Thowin' the B.S. flag on Claire Wolfe's premise that the US Government can pull lthis off. Why? Because we won't let them. They can only "govern" and control us if we acquiesce.

This piece is flawed on several fronts: First; NorthCom's mandate is not civil law enforcement. It's support for local/state/federal civil government in the event of a natural or "man-caused disaster".

Realizing that it's a short hop from support to full on military law enforcement, there is something we, the people, can do about it. We can resist. Sure, some will be casualties, but before long, the officers and NCO's will realize that what they are doing is being done to their own families by other troops. That's the moment wherein the military will break down and start either resisting along with us or start shooting each other.

Realistically, what do you think the few thousand Canadian troops could possibly do in the US, far from their bases and supplies? Sure, they could make forays into the US near the borders, but they have shown no inclination whatsoever to do so. Besides, much of the Canadian army is in Afghanistan at the present.

In reality, even the million man (and woman) US Army could not control anything but a tiny fraction of the territory of the US. Let them control the cities? Why not? We could easily starve them out.

The reality is that the premise of the monograph is based on fear and a bunch of supposition and speculation.

Will the federal government try to control us? Sure, they already are trying. Ask yourself, though, how well are they doing?