Former CO Governor Richard Lamm's "Secret Plan To Destroy America

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posted on Nov, 10 2006 @ 12:30 PM
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I apologize if this has already been posted on ATS but I searched the topic and couldn't find it.

Former Colorado Governor Richard Lamm gave a speech in Washington DC few years wherein he laid out a step-by-step plan on how he would destroy America.

I verified the authenticity of this speech at Snopes.com where they post the speech in its original form and another that Richard Lamm subesequently revised. Here are some exerpts; but please read the entire speech. I found it poignant and illuminating:



WE MUST FIRST MAKE AMERICA A BILINGUAL-BICULTURAL COUNTRY.

I WOULD THEN INVENT "MULTICULTURALISM" AND ENCOURAGE IMMIGRANTS TO MAINTAIN THEIR OWN CULTURE.

THE KEY IS TO CELEBRATE DIVERSITY RATHER THAN UNITY.

I WOULD ENCOURAGE ALL IMMIGRANTS TO KEEP THEIR OWN LANGUAGE AND CULTURE.

I WOULD MAKE OUR FASTEST GROWING DEMOGRAPHIC GROUP THE LEAST EDUCATED

I WOULD INVEST IN ETHNIC IDENTITY, AND I WOULD ESTABLISH THE CULT OF VICTIMOLOGY

I WOULD ESTABLISH DUAL CITIZENSHIP AND PROMOTE DIVIDED LOYALTIES.

IF WE CAN PUT THE EMPHASIS ON THE "PLURIBUS," INSTEAD OF THE "UNUM," WE CAN BALKANIZE AMERICA AS SURELY AS KOSOVO.

THEN I WOULD PLACE ALL THESE SUBJECTS OFF LIMITS - MAKE IT TABOO TO TALK ABOUT. I WOULD FIND A WORD SIMILAR TO "HERETIC" IN THE 16TH CENTURY - THAT STOPPED DISCUSSION AND PARALYZED THINKING. WORDS LIKE "RACIST", "XENOPHOBE" THAT HALTS ARGUMENT AND CONVERSATION.

HAVING MADE AMERICA A BILINGUAL-BICULTURAL COUNTRY, HAVING ESTABLISHED MULTICULTURALISM, HAVING THE LARGE FOUNDATIONS FUND THE DOCTRINE OF "VICTIMOLOGY", I WOULD NEXT MAKE IT IMPOSSIBLE TO ENFORCE OUR IMMIGRATION LAWS.

LASTLY, I WOULD CENSOR VICTOR HANSON DAVIS'S BOOK MEXIFORNIA — THIS BOOK IS DANGEROUS — IT EXPOSES MY PLAN TO DESTROY AMERICA.


I think it's already happening.....




posted on Nov, 11 2006 @ 08:19 PM
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hey, he pinched Blairs idea!

Just look at the Uk to see how that turns out...





 
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