posted on Jun, 18 2010 @ 09:28 PM
I scanned through a lot of the posts here (sorry, didnt read every one of them) and there is one point that I didnt see being made.
Currently, the government is concerned with the growing militia movement in the US.
First, the Tax Day TEA Parties came to be. People started finding a unified voice of anger and disillusionment with the government.
Next, the TEA Party gained some serious ground, bringing in people of national noteriety, including Sarah Palin, to speak on behalf of the party.
On the backs of this ire comes a stark increase in the number of people joining local militia groups. As well, militia groups start making themselves
more publicly known and available, guns and all, in public.
Now, authorities are getting worried. Local and state police are concerned that these militia groups are going to become renegade groups...or as the
government has stated, "home grown terrorist organizations".
Meanwhile, the people are saying NO to everything that the POTUS, Congress and Senate are saying YES to and the anger is swelling.
It has been stated that most state officials note their states militia groups as growing, but still no grave threat to society, while also noting that
it would only take one spark to set all of these groups off at once.
So, could this be a spark? Could the Fed actually plan to use this coming event to somehow ignite the anger of the militias and then take their
version of "just cause" to remove them? The threat posed by large, armed, trained militants is not to the people, but to the government. So, could
this be the government actually flinching at the thought of its people rising up against?
Lets hope that this event is a show of force meant to push back against drug cartels and foreign militants that invade our nation and not some
government smokescreen to remove a threat to the current administrations long term agenda.