Friday, April 16, 2010

Tea Party Express Expose & From Hate Watch :April 19 "Patriot" Groups Marching In US Cities Openly Carrying Firearms

Update: 4:11 PM April 16, 2010

This Just in breaking News Tea Party a Faux Populist Faux Grassroots organization run by Conservative operatives:

Attention101 — April 15, 2010 —Kenneth Vogel of with Keith Olbermann -more proof Tea Party is Faux Populist Faux Grass roots movement. Let this be the end of the 'grass roots' mantra. Even the use of term 'grass roots' was implemented by a Republican strategist to gain 'authenticity' - Yet these sock puppets still think that what they regurgitate is their own opinion.

Politico Article:

Update: 12:40 PM & 2:22 PM April 16, 2010

Southern Poverty Law Center report or warning? on the activities of Patriot groups on April 19.

First a few words from Mark Williams & The tea Party Express spewing hatred and mistrust of Obama stirring up the Tea Party/ Birthers /anti-Obama racist :

Mark Williams on CNN Calls President Obama a racist Indonesian Muslim anti-American welfare Thug / Racist In Chief who may not even be an American Citizen (Birthers)

and Mark Williams being interviewed by Dylan Ratigan :

"Mark Williams: 'Political correctness led to 9/11, Barack Hussein Obama' " at NECN Comcast Network April 14, 2010

(NECN: Boston, Mass.) - Leading in to the scheduled remarks by former vice-presidential candidate Sarah Palin on Boston Common, Tea Party Express Chairman Mark Williams called out the politically correct mindset of America.

In Williams' view, Tea Party activists, who claim conservatism but no party affiliation, are the remedy to what he deemed a "full-blown case of AIDS" to the American political system.

"Political correctness is going to kill us. Political correctness led to 9/11, political correctness led to Barack Hussein Obama -- political correctness is a societal HIV. (America has) a full-blown case of AIDS and we're the cure," Williams said.

President Obama's middle name is Hussein, a fact opponents deride and use to cause suspicions of foreign ties. Using the president's full name -- at least in this case -- is not a term of endearment.

HIV is a retrovirus that attacks the body's immune system, which leads to a reduction in Helper T cells known as AIDS -- the most serious stage of HIV. Essentially, Williams said that a shift toward a politically correct nation is destroying America from the inside.

...Altering a phrase popularized by Charlton Heston and the National Rifle Association, Williams criticized the government for "picking your pocket" in the form of taxes for government programs.

"Now they want to take it away from me (to) Washington? Yeah, when they pry it from my cold dead fingers, maybe," Williams said of his income. "My old man and my mother worked too hard for Barack Hussein and the rest of that crowd to steal it from my pocket, from your pocket.

"Massachusetts is a blue collar, working stiff state and we're reclaiming it for America," Williams said.

and :
The Return of Christian Terrorism Threats of right-wing violence have doubled in the past year. What is behind the latest upsurge in the movement to create a Christian theocratic state? Via, April 15, 2010

Now here's something to make most people a bit edgy a march planned with all participants carrying a fire arm combine this group with the Tea Party Gang and the Evangelical Fundamentalist Warriors for Jesus a bit of a dangerous mix.
Add Glenn Beck says all the Real Americans should be moved/ or move to Texas where they could live free or (and) die and there would be no "eaters" there are eaters and workers ( Hitler's euphemism to have them killed ) but Beck blusters on I' mean ah that is people who won't work.

April 19: A Schedule Posted in 'Patriot' Groups by Heidi Beirich at Hatewatch Southern Poverty Law Centre .April 15, 2010

April 19 is the most significant date on the antigovernment “Patriot” movement’s calendar. It marks the day that the first shots were fired against the British in 1775 at Lexington and Concord, but it’s also the anniversary of the end of the 1993 FBI siege at Waco, Texas, as well as the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing.

This year, the day will be marked by feverish activity from the fast-growing Patriot movement, whose ranks swelled from 149 groups in 2008 to 512 in 2009. Militias, which are the paramilitary arm of the Patriot movement, also grew quickly, rising from 42 in 2008 to 127 in 2009.

Here is what the Patriots have planned for April 19:

• Longtime Georgia militia organizer Jim Stachowiak reportedly has called on his fellow militiamen to discharge their weapons at midnight, thereby causing a flood of citizens to call 911 and overload emergency services. Stachowiak’s plans prompted the Alabama Fusion Center, which focuses on the prevention of terrorism, to issue an April 9 bulletin warning law enforcement agencies that “an individual with militia ties in Georgia” is “coordinating a plan” with the intent to “disrupt emergency services.”

• Patriot leaders, for whom the specter of gun restrictions is a recurring theme, will join gun rights advocates for a “Second Amendment March” in Washington, D.C. Speakers will include: Stewart Rhodes, founder of Oath Keepers, a conspiracy-minded, antigovernment organization composed mostly of active-duty police and military officers and veterans; Richard Mack, a former Arizona sheriff who travels the country preaching about the evils of the federal government; Larry Pratt, executive director of Gun Owners of America, who advocated the formation of citizen militias in the United States in the early 1990s; and U.S. Rep. Paul Broun, a Georgia Republican who has questioned President Obama’s citizenship and suggested the administration might use a pandemic or natural disaster as an excuse to declare martial law.

• An open-carry rally to “Restore the Constitution” will be held at Ft. Hunt National Park near Mount Vernon, Va. Designated a “call to muster,” those rallying want the federal government to know that they “will not be ignored anymore.” Daniel Almond, who believes the federal government is “bringing totalitarian socialism to America” and is a member of the Georgia chapter of the Oath Keepers, organized the event. Speakers will include Richard Mack and Larry Pratt, who will also speak to the D.C. rally, as well as Bob Wright, who ran the New Mexico militia in the 1990s and has more recently participated in border vigilante operations with the Minuteman Civil Defense Corps, and Mike Vanderboegh, a longtime Alabama militiaman who recently called for his supporters to throw bricks through the offices of representatives who voted for health care reform. This past Tuesday, the head of the Oath Keepers withdrew as a speaker due to “published statements by a few outspoken participants.” The group did not ask its members to stay away from the event.

• Members of the Patriot group We the People (WTP) plan to visit elected officials across the country as part of their 2010 “Plan to Restore our Constitution.” Led by radical tax protestor Bob Schulz, the group helped launch the militia movement in May when it held an organizing meeting in Jekyll Island, Ga., that included many leaders of the 1990s militia movement as well as several new recruits. The group is demanding that elected officials enact its radical “Articles of Freedom.” They call for the repeal of all social service spending, denounce “a cartel of private banks,” demand a currency alternative to the dollar, and insist on the end of taxation. Taking a page from the “sovereign citizens” movement, the document calls for an end to driver’s licenses, auto registration and insurance. And rejecting the existing legal system, it demands the creation of “randomly empanelled citizens’ common law grand juries” to determine when a trial will take place. Like the anti-Semitic hard-liners of Posse Comitatus in the 1980s, it also asks that Americans treat county sheriffs as the highest legitimate police authority.

and on the Civil War mentality or Mind set of many Americans in the South . These Southerners are proud of their history of defying the federal US government including the Civil War. They are still hurting from their defeat in 1865 . Are they still upset that Feds interfered with their tradition of owning slaves ???

If You Think the Civil War Ever Ended, Think Again:But the larger issue is the notion that a Confederate History Month should be celebrated at all, with or without an overt mention of slavery. by Adele Stan April 8,2010

The election of Barack Obama, the first U.S. president of African descent, has energized the Confederacy-lovers and others bent on defying his legitimacy as the nation's leader. The cause of states' rights is again on fire, with 10th Amendment groups sprouting up around the country.

Although Obama has initiated no change to existing gun laws, gun-rights advocates tout him as a far greater threat than any president before him. On April 19, a "Second Amendment march on Washington" will take place, somewhat hampered by the District of Columbia's gun laws. But on the outskirts of the capital, gun-owners from the group, Restore the Constitution, will gather at a park in Northern Virginia, where the gun laws are far more lenient, even allowing the carrying of concealed handguns if the bearer has a permit. (A permit is not required to walk about with a firearm in a holster.) Virginia has reciprocity on its conceal/carry law with all but three of the states that formed the Confederacy.

April 19th marks the date in which the first shots of the Revolutionary War were fired at Lexington and Concord in 1775. It is also the date on which the FBI burned the Branch Davidian complex in Waco, Texas, to the ground in 1993. And it is the date on which Timothy McVeigh blew up the federal Murrah building in Oklahoma City in 1995, killing 168 people, including 19 children.

It's easy to make fun of the wing-nuts. But there's a storm brewing, egged on by the veneration of the Confederacy.

and so it goes,

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