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Fascist coup brewing in the U.$.

Posted in Amerikkka, Eichmanns, Fascists, Fuck The Troops, Global Bourgeois, Maoism, Maoism-Third Worldism, Sellouts, White Nationalists on October 20, 2009 by politicsareover

In the brief age of Obama, we have had “truthers,” “birthers,” tea party activists and town-hall dissenters.

Comes now, the “Oath Keepers.” And who might they be?

Writes Alan Maimon in the Las Vegas Review-Journal, Oath Keepers, depending on where one stands, are “either strident defenders of liberty or dangerous peddlers of paranoia.”

Formed in March, they are ex-military and police who repledge themselves to defend the Constitution, even if it means disobeying orders. If the U.S. government ordered law enforcement agencies to violate Second Amendment rights by disarming the people, Oath Keepers will not obey.

“The whole point of Oath Keepers is to stop a dictatorship from ever happening here,” says founding father Stewart Rhodes, an ex-Army paratrooper and Yale-trained lawyer. “My focus is on the guys with the guns, because they can’t do it without them.

“We say if the American people decide it’s time for a revolution, we’ll fight with you.”

And a shining example of why the First World can never be revolutionary, too. Political, social and economic unrest in the first world, the bastion of the Global Eichmann Elite = the rise of fascism.

On sensationalist, emotion-driven garbage, and ‘having no choice’.

Posted in Amerikkka, Eichmanns, Fuck The Troops, Global Bourgeois, Maoism, Maoism-Third Worldism, Sellouts, U$-Sponsored Terror on October 20, 2009 by politicsareover

56 days . . . 55 days . . . 54 days . . .

Chelsea Caudle began signing her text messages this summer with a countdown. At 14 years old, she knew no better way to express what was coming. Day Zero was to be Oct. 7, the day Dad left for Army basic training in Fort Jackson, S.C. He was moving 950 miles from their home in Watertown, 950 miles from Mom.

He was leaving, even though Mom was sick with ovarian cancer. Even though he had been at her side through two long, miserable rounds of chemotherapy. Even though she now faced the likelihood of a third.

In fact, Dad was leaving because Mom was sick.

In March, he was laid off from his job as a raw materials coordinator for a plastics company called PolyOne, where he’d worked for 20 years. His severance package had provided several months’ salary, but by August the paychecks were winding down. Soon the cost of his family health coverage was going to triple, then a few months after that, nearly triple again. They needed coverage so Mom could fight her cancer.

Dad’s solution: a four-year hitch in the Army.

So Chelsea counted down the days to his departure. When the countdown reached 49, the text message signature began to annoy and depress her, so she stopped. High school was beginning, her freshman year.

In the first week of class, one of the teachers asked: What do your parents do?

The question jolted Chelsea back to the shifting ground of her family. Mom was working part time at a Culver’s restaurant, preparing for more chemo, worrying about how to pay the bills. In less than six weeks, Dad would enter the Army and her care would be covered.

The tradeoff was that he would be far away when Mom needed him home, when Chelsea needed him, too. He would miss all of her high school years. The band performances. Prom.

Chelsea thought of all his absence would mean.

When she sent her next text message, she resumed the countdown.

36 days.

Mom and Dad are Michelle and Bill Caudle, high school sweethearts now 40 and 39, respectively. They have three children: Chelsea, the youngest; Alysha, a 21-year-old working at a nearby Holiday Inn; and Little Bill, an 18-year-old ex-high school wrestler.

The Caudles are not fond of politics. Michelle and Bill have paid little attention to the shouting this summer over health care reform. They have not gone to any of the town hall meetings. They are well aware that politicians and interest groups would like to trumpet their story or dismiss it to score points in the debate – and they would just as soon avoid all of that.

“We’re not activists,” Michelle said.

But this year the national story of lost jobs became their story. And the saga of families losing health insurance was about to become theirs, too.

Except that Bill wouldn’t let it.

True, he had been interested in the Army for years. And he could always request an emergency leave to come home if Michelle’s condition grew dire (Army regulations allow this if a family member’s death is imminent).

But for weeks before enlisting, Bill had sought other options. He revised his résumé. He answered “help wanted” ads, then watched the companies cut workers instead of hiring them. He interviewed for one job that would have paid $13 an hour – less than half of what he was making at PolyOne. He didn’t get the job.

Finally, on May 13, his 39th birthday, he signed the Army papers.

He remembers thinking: What did I do?

Chelsea learned about her dad’s decision when Michelle picked her up from school. It had been a bad day already: a problem with one of her teachers, then she had to do the mile run.

“I have something to tell you,” her mom said after Chelsea slid into her seat. “Your dad enlisted in the Army. There’s more: He’ll be gone for four years.”

Chelsea started to cry.

Two weeks later, Michelle Caudle sat in the office of her doctor, Peter Johnson, at Aurora Women’s Pavilion in West Allis. Johnson has been an oncologist for 13 years, and despite the immeasurable sorrow that comes with treating cancer, he loves the work for the hope in it. He has shared the joy of patients who’ve lived to see birthdays, anniversaries, and the graduations and weddings of their children.

On this particular day, Michelle’s latest tests had come back. Just six months earlier she’d celebrated the end of her second chemotherapy treatment. Now, the tests revealed tiny “spots,” or changes on her abdomen, neck and lungs. Not a good sign. The measure upon which cancer hopes rise and fall, the CA125 number – Please, let it stay low – was climbing.

“I could lie to you but I’m not going to,” Johnson told Michelle.

Although he could not say for certain the cancer was back, this early sign pointed to that possibility. The doctor compared her cancer to a chronic disease that would never be completely vanquished from the body.

Michelle broke down. For three years she’d been nurturing her hope in the face of uncertainty.

“I’m not going to beat this,” she said.

A terribly sad story and all, but you’ll find no sympathy here; preserving the life of one Parasite Matriarch of one family of First Worlders is in no way justification for the continued rape, molestation and destruction of the world’s oppressed majority in the Third World.

It’s important not to let emotion blind you from scientific facts. The fact in question here is that a man has chosen to enact terror on the lives of innocents to provide for his family. A family which, no doubt, even after two rounds of chemotherapy and layoffs, still exists as a part of the Global Bourgeois in which all Americans reside.

To put this in perspective, I live on an income of around $9,000 supplemented by $2,400 of government food benefits. This puts me in the planet’s richest 15%. I have never considered directly killing innocents in other nations to sustain myself.

Still don’t have a good enough idea of just how rich the First-World is, even their ‘poorest’, most ‘exploited’ members? Even if I had an income of flatline-zero, with the government food benefits, I would still be in the world’s richest 15%.


Nobody should applaud this man’s selfish, shameless immorality, or consider it a justification for enacting terror on the world’s oppressed. This man had plenty of choices left to him still — But he willfully chose the one that required he enact violence on masses of people whose lives have been much, much, much worse than his wife’s. This is a classic example of the way the AmeriKKKan system buys people.

Uphold Maoism-Third Worldism, and uphold a proletarian worldview that puts the world’s oppressed majority first. Don’t be swayed by this crap they feed you about noble soldiers who had no choice.

Fuck the Troops