Obama Opponents Set to Unleash Hell

blackopsIn an article by James Vega from The Democratic Strategist Blog we find suggestions that “multi-million dollar independent conservative propaganda organizations like Freedom Watch are supporting the birther movement and intend to leverage it.”

The new “Black Ops’ attacks” will be of three basic kinds:

First, they will organize and subsidize phony grass roots movements and protests. The most dramatic recent example of this is CNBC newscaster Rick Santelli’s “tea party” diatribe…

Second, the Black Ops forces will underwrite campaigns that are known to be false but which provide particularly provocative and inflammatory issues for grass-roots consumption. The most significant current example of this is the lawsuits over Barack Obama’s birth certificate…

The particular utility of issues like this is that they provide the rationalization for dismissing the government as illegitimate and thus to justify extreme and even violent resistance to authority. In the 1990’s it was this kind of “the Clinton government is illegitimate” and “Zionist Occupation Government” propaganda that justified the pitched gun battles with police, AFT and FBI officers that occurred at Ruby Ridge and Waco, Texas and the terrorist bombings at the Atlanta Olympics and Oklahoma City. The same kind of apocalyptic rhetoric is now evolving around the birth certificate controversy…

It’s a long article and you may want to read it its entirety. I’m far from convinced myself.

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22 Responses to Obama Opponents Set to Unleash Hell

  1. mimi says:

    I don’t know doc. I read an article by the Anti-Defamation League describing the State Sovereignty Movement. One of the tactics used was what they called “paper terrorism”. I’d say Orly and her followers are definitly engaging in paper terrorism.

    “Yet despite a pattern of violent activity, the preferred weapon of members of the sovereign citizen movement is what has come to be called “paper terrorism.” Paper terrorism involves the use of fraudulent legal documents and filings, as well as the misuse of legitimate documents and filings, in order to intimidate, harass and coerce public officials, law enforcement officers and private citizens. Many paper terrorism tactics originated during the days of the Posse Comitatus, but were refined and popularized in the 1990s and distributed in books, during seminars and through the Internet.”

    Also, this crazy “National Grand Jury” they are concocting…

    “One of the first tactics of the resurgent sovereign citizen movement was the formation of vigilante “common law courts.” Members of these courts used them as a forum for grievances against the “de facto” government or for assistance in attempts to harass their enemies. A number of common law courts issued threats of various kinds against public officials.”

    What do you think?


    Hope that link works. If not, google one of the sentences. I had to choose google cache once?

  2. Mike N says:

    It is called free speech. You can try to called it terrorism in order to shut it down. But then you become a fascist. What a dilemna.

  3. Bob says:

    There is no First Amendment right to use of fraudulent legal documents or abuse the legal process.

  4. Heavy says:

    Your messiah leaves us no choice. It’s gonna get REAL messy, folks!

  5. myson says:

    is this a threat against the POTUS ?
    violent threat ?
    or just more lawsuits threat ?

  6. Heavy says:

    Smoke another bowl, dude!

  7. Ian Gould says:

    Once again Heavy sticks to “something bad is going to happen to someone at some undisclosed point in the future.’

    Maybe he subscribes to the theory that the African-American community will run amok when Obama is exposed forcing decent law-abiding white folk like himself to put them back their proper place.

  8. Heavy says:

    More race baiting. Where does the gall of the left end?

    If you remember, your messiah is the ONLY one to EVER bring race into the campaign. And guess what? It worked! You sick, twisted libs were guilted into voting for an ILLEGAL candidate! How proud you must be now.

  9. mimi says:

    Heavy, Sanctions are starting. Last time Berg was previously sanctioned by the Court to the tune of $10k.


    I’d guess once the sanctions start rolling in, the lawsuits will stop.

    As it is, Berg left Hemenway to take the fall. I think the judge gave him 11 days to show why he shouldn’t be sanctioned.

    Being that Berg refused to schedule a pro hac vice hearing as the judge ordered him to, he hung Henenway out to dry.

    Did you not see the word “frivilous” in the Dismissal? “…such as to harass…” Go back and read it.

    Do you not see what’s coming?

  10. Heavy says:

    I see EXACTLY what’s coming. I never said it would be easy. Justice usually does not come easily.

    It’s a tough road ahead, but one that must be traversed if this country is to survive.

  11. bogus info says:

    Politijab has Don and Dr. C. has Heavy.

  12. Heavy says:

    Yes, bogis, everyone has their cross to bear. And this one is HEAVY!

  13. Don is more of a pain because he hijacks the threads.

  14. By the way, those Berg sanctions are under appeal.

    If Berg leaves Hemenway out to dry, his image as the great defender of justice may not survive.

  15. myson says:

    share some i dont know where to get as you seem to !

  16. bogus info says:

    “If Berg leaves Hemenway out to dry, his image as the great defender of justice may not survive.”

    It is going to be interesting to watch this unfold.

  17. Ian Gould says:

    How is it race-baiting to repeat a theory propagated by numerous people on the Obamacrimes site?

    Since you refuse consistently to describe what you think is going to happen, all I can do is speculate.

    I’m also curious as to how you know I’m a leftist sicne the position I’m stating here – that Obama is Constitutionally qualified to be President is shared by the entire Republican caucus of congress as demonstrated by their ratification of the electoral college vote.

  18. Ian Gould says:

    If Hemenway was counsel in the case, isn’t it his client who’s liable for any expenses?

  19. No, this wouldn’t be an expense in the case.

  20. Bob says:

    The judge issued the OSC against Hemenway; Hollister is not so mentioned.

    (And I’ve seen judges order the attorney to pay the sanction personally, and not to pass it on the client.)

  21. A. Kibitzer says:

    You are correct. When the attorney is sanctioned, the attorney is not allowed to charge the client.

  22. Hitandrun says:

    “Orly and her followers are definitely engaging in paper terrorism.”

    Indeed. Sometimes I wonder if Orly Taitz is a Russian agent, whether conscious or unconscious, planted here to sow dissension and weaken the Republic.


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