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- 10-15-2012, 09:51 PM #1
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More reports of riots if Obama loses. Do you all have what you need?
Do you have what you need, who you need, and plans you need if mass violence occurs over the 2012 elections.
The charge is primed!
Look at this new report coming out from our trusted friends at Infowars.
More threats for Minorities to Riot nationwide if Obama loses
» New Threats to Riot if Obama Loses Election Alex Jones' Infowars: There's a war on for your mind!
We need all of you to rally here at ALIPAC between now and the elections to help us A. Monitor for accurate reports of any trouble and B. Accurately advise our supporters of any problems FIRST.
Let me know if we can count on you if we have to go into crisis monitoring mode and are you prepared?
- 10-16-2012, 01:10 PM #2
This is really getting scary. I lived through the spread of riots, during the Watts riots, lived through riots in Okinawa, but I never had the feelings I now have. The one thing I learned was to watch and be prepared and prepared I am.
- 10-16-2012, 01:18 PM #3
I'd like to know why the CIA is not knocking down the doors of those who are threatening to assassinate Romney if he wins! WHY are they allowed to get away with this?It's immoral to vote for any candidate who is not going to uphold the fundamental tenets of our Constitution ~ Chuck Baldwin
- 10-16-2012, 01:37 PM #4
- 10-16-2012, 01:53 PM #5
Before we panic, we should stop and think this could all be a setup to start riots between blacks and whites, Obama supporters and Romney supporters. Who would benefit? Let's be cautious while being prepared.
- 10-16-2012, 08:56 PM #6
[QUOTEBefore we panic, we should stop and think this could all be a setup to start riots between blacks and whites, Obama supporters and Romney supporters. Who would benefit? Let's be cautious while being prepared. ][/QUOTE]
I agree. I also believe it more hype than substance:
1. Obama grassroots support this year is nothing like 20008. Early voting in Ohio ( I heard on Laura Ingrahmam last week) was about half of 2008, with only a 4 per cent difference between Dems and GOP vice double digit difference in 2008. Indicates low turnout, not to mention Romney's surges in most swing states, among women, and even in California.
2. Conservative black ministers are telling their congregations that Obama is not supporting their core principles, especially with regard to homosexual marriage and abortion.
3. My opinion of the riots in LA, Watts, etc is that they were as much a looting opportunity as they were a method of expressing dissatisfaction with social conditions. Those conditions may have been the spark, but I think the 'all you can carry' syndrome provided the flames.
4. If Obama loses, and I believe he will, then there will be some to try seize the situation to try and justify riots, but I believe most of it will be in the form of flash mobs and will be limited to a relatively small number of urban areas.
5.None of this makes the situation good, but I think it is a more accurate perspective in that there should be no nationwide panic.
6. One thing this all does prove is that Obama does not care about uniting the country or he would be taking affirmative action to quell the spread of riot fever."We have met the enemy, and they is us." - POGO
- 10-16-2012, 10:52 PM #7
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I think the real danger here is that we have just watched two, and almost three if we count Syria, status quo nations overthrown by what started as street protests which turned into street riots that were then backed by outside forces.
In Egypt and Libya, those that had been in power in each country were overthrown by even more extreme elements of Islam that appeared to have backing from the current Executive Branch of the United States Government.
If there are riots, those riots could be being encouraged and agitated by outside power players or even the Obama administration. And if it comes time to deploy national guard to restore order, they could make the culprits out to be the same script we have seen them run with again and again.... evil white gun owning Tea Party people.
So if the illegal aliens and the Trayvon Martin and Obama supporters start riots across America will the government move to quell them or to organize them to overthrow the traditional Americans that have been economically and politically pummeled for the last several years?
- 10-17-2012, 07:27 AM #8I think the real danger here is that we have just watched two, and almost three if we count Syria, status quo nations overthrown by what started as street protests which turned into street riots that were then backed by outside forces."We have met the enemy, and they is us." - POGO
- 10-17-2012, 01:58 PM #9
I have to say, that even before all these threats started to come out...ive had a very uneasy feeling about this election and its outcome...we've been preparing for the fallout already....
The hard thing is...i have a very liberal daughter and son in law...and i brought this up to them because my daughter has moved to downtown SF where she now works....Im very concerned for her saftey and she thinks im nuts! I hope im wrong, i hope we're all wrong...
But never in my life have i felt this strongly about our saftey as i do now.
We also have to remember the executive orders that Obama has .....we may not be able to stay in touch with each other here....my fear is that if things get bad ...he'll do exactly what those executive orders say and take control of all communications, etc....and we won't know who is safe, and not.
We're as prepared as we can be...i hope...I hope you all are as well.
- 10-17-2012, 02:24 PM #10
I find this troubling....silence from our government on these threats
Threats of election violence ignored by government, mainstream media
Photo representation of a riot scene
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Threats of rioting, chaos and death over the upcoming presidential election are racing across Facebook and Twitter, while the silence is deafening from the government and most of the national mainstream media.
Thousands of posts on the social media websites call for harming presidential candidate Mitt Romney and his supporters if President Barack Obama loses the November election. InfoWars.com, Examiner.com and the Drudge Report are among the online sites reporting the story.
The government's lack of public outrage over the threats shows how it selectively sanctions what people say. It’s also a potential way to use racial violence to justify martial law.
“I am afraid of division in this country and mindless racism being used by the Democratic Party to control people,” journalist and radio host Alex Jones said in a video report. “And the way they’ve been hyping that you’re racist if you don’t vote for Obama; trying to give people a political blank check to feel like they can go out and do this.”
That does not mean the Republicans are perfect, either, he said.
During an interview with The Western Center for Journalism, economist and political commentator Thomas Sowell, who is black, also said he fears riots will ensue if Obama loses the election.
Violence between racial and political groups feeds into the globalists’ mission of dividing and conquering the public. Threats over the presidential election could also be used to stage a false flag event or to set-up an October surprise – an event that can alter or influence a November election, Jones said on Monday’s broadcast.
If widespread rioting occurs, it could become an excuse for the government to place military checkpoints on our streets in the name of controlling civil unrest.
Threatening to riot is supposed to be considered a form of terrorism.
“If I said this, I’d be arrested,” Jones said Monday.
Government documents obtained through a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request proved that Jones’ media operations, including his website InfoWars.com, were monitored by the Department of Homeland Security. The surveillance was related to criticism of the government’sSee Something, Say Something program, which urges people to turn in others who appear suspicious.
“Alex Jones is calling on people to place campaign posters in public places to counter a perceived ‘police state,’ ” the FOIA documents stated. “Supporters also might write the letter V on public property as a protest effort.”
Criticizing the government, displaying activist posters or believing in ‘conspiracy theories’ will land you on a government watch list. What about thousands of people making death threats and plans to trash their cities?
As of 2:25 p.m. Monday, the Department of Homeland Security had not posted an official statement denouncing the death threats and threats to riot over the presidential election. The story is also being ignored by most of the national mainstream media, although it has received widespread play in the alternative media.
If riots do occur and the police stand-down, that is a sure sign it was staged, said Jones.
“Exposing it may back this off,” he said.
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