[size=12]THE GRAND OWS PLAN
It's clear that the little men behind the curtain here, the folks pulling the strings, are the collectivists. Just pick a list of demands at random
and read through it with that in mind, and you'll see it. Another indication is the target they've picked. The gripes are more properly addressed by
government, but inexplicably they've sent the crowd to Wall Street. One must wonder why that is, and the answer is that they already have a solid toe
hold in government, and don't want to upset the apple cart by directing the protestors to DC, where some remedial action could actually be expected,
more so than from a bunch of bean counters in New York. Some of the demand lists specifically address their demands to DC, so why in the hell are they
in New York to deliver them? They have a goodly number of these folks hoodwinked, having sold the event with whatever they wanted to hear.
Now they have their mob collected, with some still straggling in.
If this goes true to form as it has in other places with the same folks pulling the strings, they will start sending in organizers, like unions, to
try to get this thing organized and give it a more pointed focus and direction. That's when you'll get better view of the Dragon's Head, and that's
when the fireworks will start.
This is how it's done. More or less random mobs are collected, with their own individual gripes which are all over the map. The only thing in common
is that the people in the mobs are always pissed off about something. The collectivist organizers channel that anger, give it a focus, and start
throwing these people against the walls of the collectivists' choosing. It's easier to do with angry folk, whose emotions are already set to stun. You
just work up the pitch, point 'em in a direction, and turn 'em loose.
All the while the top dawg organizers stand back from the action and watch the show. You'll never find them in the front. That's what underlings are
This serves as notice that it's known who the string-pullers are, and if they get our people hurt by misusing and misdirecting their best intentions,
when the dust settles we will hunt them down like rabid dogs. There will be no hole deep enough, no mountain high enough, and no stone will be left
unturned. There will be hell to pay.
Not on our watch. Be careful of the wars you wish for.
Change simply for the sake of change is seldom a good thing. To effect real, solid, lasting, GOOD change starts with an idea, progresses through an
articulation of achievable goals which are a benefit to the People, rather than just a destruction of "the system" leaving a vacuum, THEN on to
action. What has been missing here is the articulation part. I see that they want to "tear down the system", but they aren't very articulate on what
they intend to REPLACE it with.
That sends up red flags - all over the place. Fine. You've got people mobilized. Now pull any ten out of that crowd and find out from THEM what the
goals are beyond destroying the system. If they can't articulate the end result beyond destruction of the system, and they aren't on the same page of
what they CAN articulate, what you have here is a bunch of "useful idiots". They will be used and abused to further someone ELSE'S goals, then tossed
by the wayside.
I don't believe they'll be able to effect any sort of "lasting change", or even approach their stated
objectives. I further believe that the
real objective is to set fires at several different points, in several different cities, with the real objective being to burn the whole thing down.
Then they hope to "reorganize", after their own likeness and in their own image, in the ashes of the aftermath. That is the consolidation phase, the
point where the collectivists traditionally "liquidate" the opposition that they had previously employed and directed to achieve their own goals (aka
Stalin's "useful idiots"), and there is a phase, either longer or shorter, of fighting "counterrevolutionaries", ensuring that their own faction comes
out on top.
I see that as the plan in operation, but how far it gets along that path is dependent upon a lot of variables. So far, in the US those sorts of plans
have fizzled out in the inception for the most part, and this one may, too. The thing to watch for is how many points these "fires" flare up at, and
when they turn violent. "Agent provocateurs" are not a uniquely GOVERNMENT monopoly. Collectivists have used them to good effect time and time again,
all the while BLAMING the first shot on the government. The idea is to PROVOKE a government crackdown, thus galvanizing public opinion against the
government for it's "heavy-handedness", and in favor of "the movement", while the collectivist directors of that movement remain in the shadows to
avoid attention, making it appear to be a "spontaneous popular uprising".
Colletivists have a history of sacrificing "martyrs" to "the cause" with the objective of villifying the opposition an making it appear that THEY are
the ones who "started the fight". That's what they do to try to sway popular support to the agenda they want to formulate. Provoking a crackdown is
how they do that. Perhaps oddly, the ones who die in martyrdom seem never to be the ones actually directing things, the ones with the grand plan to
come out on the top of the collective... and no "movement" ever gets off the ground without that popular support gathered by "fighting for the
They first have to manufacture some underdogs as a rally point. The photos of the deceased on the signs at the ensuing protest narches do a pretty
good job of that. Doesn't matter if the "martyr" was actually for the cause, or just a bystander. As long as they get a death to work with, they'll
abuse that death for their own purposes.
How far will it get this time? Who knows? We can hope it fizzles out again, and that room will be made for meaningful change in it's place. I just
think it's prudent to be aware of the strategies, and watch for the signs. When you see them, you will recognize them if you know what to look for. In
that way, we can all plan accordingly to insure our own survival - and hope that we never have to activate those contingency plans.
SOME ONE knows the ultimate goal, and the system they want to replace the current one with. THOSE are the people who need to be looked into before
just jumping on the band wagon, because THOSE are the ones who will fill the vacuum with "something" other than just nebulous "change". We need to
know what the intended "something" is.
I can't support the protests themselves, because it's not overly difficult to see who's pulling the strings. They've not got your best interests at
heart any more than the wall Street bankers and traders do.
I was asked recently if these people were fired upon, would I revolt? Without hesitation, the answer is yes. Not in support of the ideology, but in
support of American Citizens and against their getting bum rushed. I may not agree with the ideology, but they are still "my people". I think that the
majority of them have good intentions, but are being misled and manipulated by inimical forces.
Being misled doesn't equate to being worthy of being fired upon.
I'll come a-runnin' if they're fired upon by the government, because stomping down the people I cannot abide, whether I agree with their philosophy or
not. It only makes it that much worse when the people getting stomped down don't really know why they are there to begin with, and are acting under an
unseen hand. They are innocent, and their good intentions are being hijacked and misused, such that they are to be human shields to bear the brunt of
any repercussions. Until and unless that happens, they'll have to throw their protest party without me or my support.
So yeah, if that were to happen, I'd be right out there. HOWEVER - when the dust settles and the smoke clears, and the real powers behind this came to
claim their prize, those string-pullers I mentioned above, then, sir, then... there will REALLY be hell to pay!
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