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USA Day of Rage 9/17/11

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posted on Sep, 18 2011 @ 04:47 AM
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yep lots of links come up when I google communists and Day of rage


September 17th is Constitution Day and their choice of day is no accident. This is being encouraged by enablers in our own government who support union thuggery.
Remember the We Are One rallies in April when the unions teamed up with the communists to say they are ONE? Well, it’s Deja Vu all over again. The US Day of Rage idea, in their words, is One citizen. One dollar. One Vote. In other words, they are collectivists (communists & anarchists) and they plan to replace the tea party groups.The tea party groups are peaceful average Americans who have been vilified. What are the chances, these truly anti-American groups will be vilified in the press or by our administration?



AFL-CIO President, Richard Trumka, and Communications Workers President, Larry Cohen, who have strong ties to the Democratic Socialists, have declared war on the Tea Party and the average American according to Trevor Loudon.
From Communist Party USA’s Peoples’ World: -
Organized labor mobilized in congressional districts nationwide in August, with two top leaders saying union activists this year will take the place of the tea party radicals of 2009-10. And the unionists, leaders and organizers say, are mad.
In separate telephone conferences, AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka and Communications Workers President Larry Cohen laid out the ambitious agenda. They said unionists demand lawmakers stop paying attention to Wall Street and resume paying attention to Main Street – and specifically to measures to create jobs…


www.independentsentinel.com...


So there ya go




posted on Sep, 18 2011 @ 04:58 AM
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Originally posted by johncarter
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Yes I know about it. I am in europe now though. So what happened in europe and africa on their day of rage.

Well the egyptians amassed in Cairo in the hundred of thousands, stormed the TPTB buildings of their country, and inevitably arrested their creepy President, Mubarak. The tunisians chased their president and bankers out of their country, vowing to hang them if they returned. The islanders stormed their parlament, arrested the main bankers and rewrote their constitution.

The Greecs, well they stormed the streets, clashed with the police and wanted every major banker hanged, and if possible their own prime minister. This hasnt happened yet but rumours are afloat that the next rage will be tenfold bigger and bring down the entire elite with possible real executions and lamp post hangings.

So what is happening in the good ol US?

A bunch of tired, overweight campers will stroll to the bull on wall street. Arrange a nice BBQ. Sing some well chosen songs about freedom. Exchange some dark oaths to fight the TPTB, pay their yearly Alex Jones tax and then pack up and go home.

This is US. The generation that fought the likes of Nixon and LBJ are long gone.

Nothing new here folks...move along

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That BBQ image entered my mind to as well im afraid, seeing as a lot of members on here say they want to rise up it will be interesting to find out what really happens.



posted on Sep, 18 2011 @ 05:05 AM
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Yes..I wrote the likes of you because it is mindless opinions like yours that allows and aids the TPTB to continue their suppression of our nation.


You can't even identify the problem, and you are accusing another person of being mindless?

"TPTB" nonsense is a cop-out. The problem is pretty simple, and described in my previous post.


You are like a good little drone parroting his master voice. Shouldnt you work at Fox with the other right wing extremist nuts.


Right. Listen to you or get trampled by mobs of angry people who don't know what is going on.

I'll take option three. You won't like option three.



posted on Sep, 18 2011 @ 05:07 AM
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I am afraid the only ones whom will express readiness to fight the system are bored russian billionares like those in this vid from yesterday. Watch carefully how excommunists and now warm hearted capitalists entertain eachother with their fists during a debate about the dying dollar.




Now compare these to our own lame protests in Wall Street. Do you see a single pissed off homeless american rising aginst their oppressors setting fire on the symbol of the pain, the WS Bull. Nah...But I do see cappuccino drinking, hot dog munching tourists viewing this entire fiasco reporting home about the hilarious sight of gutless americans trying to protest against the machine that is destroying their lives.

The egyptian and Libyan hardcore protest veterans must be shaking their heads watching this utter disgrace and clear proof of American sheeple-ocracy.
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posted on Sep, 18 2011 @ 05:23 AM
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Day of rage in pictures....notice the sign made and signed by a guy from the communist party usa hahahaha and Code Pink was there too of course

ironicsurrealism.com...

Gulag Bound ( personallhy know someone who writes for this site)
gulagbound.com...

Here's another one

It's not clear what the protesters descending on Wall Street in New York City this afternoon really want, and I'm sure that even they don't know. "Come together and fight The Man!" or something, seems to be about as far as anyone's gotten. But it's actually rather fitting that this planned "Day of Rage" falls upon the same day that those radical, extremist, racist, cavemen Tea Partiers are thinking about national Constitution Day, which celebrates the adoption of our founding document. If the self-described "raging" leftists, commies, and other intellectual hooligans bearing vague signs like "People Not Profits" actually stopped to articulate their ideas and goals, even just to themselves, they might come to the startling realization that what they and the Tea Party really want is... wait for it... the exact same thing.

townhall.com...

You wont believe this one...oh and Van Jones is involved in this stuff too apparently


The plan is to crowdsource the decision. Protestors are set to meet and discuss the issue at the iconic Wall Street Bull statue at noon Saturday, as well as at a “people’s assembly” at One Chase Manhattan Plaza at 3 p.m.


The protestors’ demand will likely be focused on “taking to task the people who perpetrated the economic meltdown,” says Kalle Lasn, the editor-in-chief of Adbusters.


“The demand could be some stupid lefty thing like ‘overthrow capitalism,’” Lasn says. “We’re hoping it’s something specific and doable, like asking Obama to set up a committee to look into the fall of U.S. banking. Nothing extreme about that.”


rbo2.com...

Then theres this one exposing Lerner and SEIU

But if a group of enraged activists — endorsed by the likes of Stephen Lerner — occupying Wall Street with tent cities were not enough — it actually gets worse. The term “Day of Rage” finds origin in “Days of Rage,“ a violent set of riots waged in Chicago in 1969 by theWeathermen’s Bill Ayers and Bernadine Dohrn. The Weather Underground terrorist organized his “Rage” in an attempt to bring troops back home from Vietnam. Similarly, this most recent US Day of Rage is co-organized by a group that calls itself “The War Resistance League.”

www.thoughtsfromaconservativemom.com...


so maybe that's enough to start with



posted on Sep, 18 2011 @ 05:24 AM
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Originally posted by johncarter
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I am afraid the only ones whom will express readiness to fight the system are bored russian billionares like those in this vid from yesterday. Watch carefully how excommunists and now warm hearted capitalists entertain eachother with their fists during a debate about the dying dollar.




Now compare these to our own lame protests in Wall Street. Do you see a single pissed off homeless american rising aginst their oppressors setting fire on the symbol of the pain, the WS Bull. Nah...But I do see cappuccino drinking, hot dog munching tourists viewing this entire fiasco reporting home about the hilarious sight of gutless americans trying to protest against the machine that is destroying their lives.

The egyptian and Libyan hardcore protest veterans must be shaking their heads watching this utter disgrace and clear proof of American sheeple-ocracy.
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Yeah when I made the post I did not pay attention to the date, however after realising it has already been going on I just watched a vid and some were holding a large flag pretty much dancing around in a circle? Looks more like a photo opportunity if im honest. It makes me wonder how much of them actually have seen what has been going on around the world or perhaps the US media hasnt exposed them to what "rage" is really like.



posted on Sep, 18 2011 @ 05:28 AM
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The egyptian and Libyan hardcore protest veterans must be shaking their heads watching this utter disgrace and clear proof of American sheeple-ocracy.


Do you know what you are talking about, boy?

You are talking about war. You want to bring a war into this nation? You want to smell gore, bile, and excrement in the streets?

You want to see buildings on fire and mobs of people running around executing their concepts of justice?

When your mobs are done persecuting the "banksters" and other high-profile targets, who will they turn to after that? You seem pretty avidly opposed to the 'TEA' party. Will you start executing them in the streets, too? I will admit - I have no love for 'your kind' - would people more extreme than myself see fit to execute your types in the street? What fun will be had when those two groups meet?

Look - I've no fear of war. If we're going to kill each other in the streets, then by-God, that's a competition I can live for. But our nation will not survive it. Whatever comes out of the ashes will be something different - regardless of who "wins." And it will come at the cost of many, many lives.

If that time should come - I have my ideals for what our nation should be like, and I will fight to bring that to a reality. It will likely be in conflict of the communist ideology you seem to support. While we may be able to work out our differences - the context of war will simply reduce it to attritionary principles and the expedience of destruction.

Do you welcome that into this nation?



posted on Sep, 18 2011 @ 05:32 AM
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Rage day, looks like it needs a little more....well uhmm RAGE!





posted on Sep, 18 2011 @ 05:35 AM
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*applause*
Well done putting together this "event".
(you did a better job than I)




posted on Sep, 18 2011 @ 05:42 AM
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Do you know what you are talking about, boy?


You bet your ass I do mr. redneck.(all well down there in hickcountry?)




While we may be able to work out our differences - the context of war will simply reduce it to attritionary principles and the expedience of destruction. Do you welcome that into this nation?


When I see the latest data of 46 million americans living in utter poverty while less than 10 000 control almost 50% of this nations wealth I really call for a "class war". As I am currently travelling around Europe I am ashamed of the good ol US. I am ashamed the ppl of this nation has turned this country into a sheeple-ocracy, taking every opportunity to kiss and defend their masters boot in washington.

As I recieve questions from athenians, when we americans will bring down the system I can only ask for another round of ouzo and talk about our latest celebrity obsession. I can only explain to them that we cant ever bring down the system because it rules and conquers through division in the masses.

From a high hill, looking down over the sheeple, the masters of Wall street creates such things as the "Tea Party" (barfs in disgust), this party and that movement, all fighting eachother like stupid ignorant rednecks.

Do you really believe this nation will survive much longer in the destructive cloud of this nonsense?

The only thing that will change things is blood on the streets, politicians so scared they call home to mommy and ask where they did wrong and above all, banksters pissing their pants as the noose around their necks is tightning with a grinding sound filled with the rage of every suppressed and pissed off american. all while they hang from a lampost outside their burned down house of greed and thievery.

How about them apples bobby-joe?

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posted on Sep, 18 2011 @ 05:46 AM
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Thanks Beez, I just knew it was too good to be true.



posted on Sep, 18 2011 @ 05:50 AM
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There is a real difference between the Arab Spring and this radical leftist rally in NY. In both Tunisia and Egypt, they demanded the removal of their long term leaders Ben Ali and Mubarak(likely because they were pro western) and here in the States they are calling for the removal of Wall Street.

Oh yah and by the way, Missouri is my home state too(although not there at present) and some of the most wonderful, warm-hearted people live there....I cannot tell you how snobby you sound calling Missourians hicks...same old intellectual snobbery...oh well anyway You have deeply offended me with that label as well.
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posted on Sep, 18 2011 @ 05:57 AM
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Such cleverness, such lack of wisdom...I bet you ll savour those nice words when the corporate thugs one day will come calling to evict you from your house in name of corporatism and kleptocracy. And when you try to convince them you have all bills paid and the house was even bought without a single loaned dollar, they will still persist and explain that their congressional suckups in washington have brand new laws, all bought and payed for by their wall street masters.

The system suffers because of brainwashed sheeple like you. Dreaming of good ol capitalism, forgetting that such doesnt exist without its inevitable mutation into destructive kleptocracy and fascism.






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posted on Sep, 18 2011 @ 05:57 AM
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Originally posted by johncarter
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This is US. The generation that fought the likes of Nixon and LBJ are long gone.



Amen to that thought....

but...you see... the pain is not yet at the unacceptable level.... we have not yet reached critical mass



posted on Sep, 18 2011 @ 06:02 AM
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Originally posted by johncarter
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Such cleverness, such lack of wisdom...I bet you ll savour those nice words when the corporate thugs one day will come calling to evict you from your house in name of corporatism and kleptocracy. And when you try to convince them you have all bills paid and the house was even bought without a single loaned dollar, they wioll still persist and explain that their masters in washington have brand new laws, all bought and payed for by their wall street masters.

The system suffers because of brainwashed sheeple like you. Dreaming of good ol capitalism, forgetting that such doesnt exist without its inevitable mutation into destructive kleptocracy and fascism.







You don't know what you are talking about. You only have a piece of the puzzle. You are calling me brainwashed while you yet spout the same old communist slop of hating the big bad evil capitalism. No wonder you are cheering on all the radical Marxists and anarchists, calling for blood and gore in the streets. You are no better than the Bolsheviks who murdered the children of the czar in cold blood.
I've been studying the NWO for decades, so don't bother trying to insult me with you insinuation that I know nothing.
I would rather have had a civil conversation with you over cappucino but you insulted my fellow Missourian.

Another thing is your insistence that Europe is better than the US. What is it with people like you? Is it the old mortar with pink and yellow shabby-chic worn look? Is it the olive trees? Or is it the romantic cafes on the street? Or is it the socialist healthcare system?

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posted on Sep, 18 2011 @ 06:04 AM
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Originally posted by Aim64C
Do you know what you are talking about, boy?


You know...many of us civilians actually do already consider ourselves inferior to soldiers. However, you will still tend to find that your relations will be smoother with us, if you are a little more diplomatic concerning that point.


I also agree with you on your other point, but not for the reasons you might think.

You see, if there is one thing that the American government has devoted a lot of work to doing over the last few decades, it is making sure that the government has an overwhelming monopoly on violence, compared to the civilian population. That means, that there would be no chance whatsoever, for the civilian population overcome said monopoly. The American police now are becoming less and less distinguishable from the regular army.

The government knows people are angry with it. It knows very well that people want to overthrow it, and it also knows why. So it has armed itself absolutely to the teeth. Any attempt on the part of the civilian population to overthrow it would result, as you say, in a bloodbath of unprecedented proportions.

Janet Napoletano's talk about domestic terrorism and "white Al Qaeda," hasn't happened for no reason. Waco essentially occurred as a warning from the government to those segments of the population who were able to understand it, as well.

The people need to do something else. What they need to do, primarily, is to non-violently, and as invisibly as possible, focus on feeding and taking care of themselves. The government will not do that for them. The government is also way past the point of appeal or reform.

The American government no longer serves as a guarantor of the wellbeing of the majority of its' domestic population. Its' role has metastasized, rather, into the means of enforcement of corporate interests, upon that population; and the vehicle by which the civilian population can be prevented from resisting the interests of said corporations.



posted on Sep, 18 2011 @ 06:04 AM
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You´re right. Perhaps this image might remind some what is to come, soon...very soon.




posted on Sep, 18 2011 @ 06:05 AM
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Where to begin....

In order to have a "revolution" or a "day of rage"...you have to have people that are "enraged"

Yesterday, the "day of rage" was like any other here in NC...people were working on their farms, enjoying the rain, out shopping with their families and friends...buying things, going out to eat, running errands...infact it was cool and felt like fall.

I help manage a farm supply store...lots of request for electric heaters, lots of interests in log splitters and wood stoves...sold a lot of grass seed.

My point is..in order to have a protest...there must be a people educated to what they are protesting. Until that happens, you are literally spinning your wheels. The outrage has to be so intense that thepopulace has more to gain than lose by protesting.

You can talk about people being asleep and the sheeple all you want... but you have to get the word out. That was key to the American Revolution... Thomas Paine, T Jefferson, B Franklin...get the word out.

As long as people are having a good life...and they are....I am....they will wonder what all the fuss is about. Times are tough but for the most part, people are waiting for the elections of 2012 and biding their time until things get better.

Bill Cooper in "Behold a Pale Horse" said..."it's not what you believe, it's what they believe."

"They" believe things eventually will be OK," they" are doing OK for now...and until" they" see some hardship, "they" are not going to revolt

In 1776, only 30% of the colonists wanted a revolution and indeppendence from England...

If you want a revolution...a real "day of rage"...get the word out



posted on Sep, 18 2011 @ 06:06 AM
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Some of the posting on this thread really does highlight the problems and divisions within the US. No wonder TPTB can maintain SQ. Divide and conquer, works everytime. Unite and give TPTB a fright/fight!!!



posted on Sep, 18 2011 @ 06:07 AM
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That means, that there would be no chance whatsoever, for the civilian population overcome said monopoly. The American police now are becoming less and less distinguishable from the regular army. The government knows people are angry with it. It knows very well that people want to overthrow it, and it also knows why. So it has armed itself absolutely to the teeth. Any attempt on the part of the civilian population to overthrow it would result, as you say, in a bloodbath of unprecedented proportions.


Petrus, your comments are a true joy to read. Great wisdom from a sharpeyed american (old school I believe).




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