October 23, 2013
Speaking to mainstream media (MSM), former vice president Dick Cheney said that the Tea Party “has been a positive influence on politics.”
The Tea Party was hailed as a good influence on the Republican Party because they “raised issues that an awful lot of Americans care about.”
Cheney said: “They raised issues Americans care about. We have terrible track records with respect to federal spending. Nobody seems to be able to solve the problem. It’s an uprising, in part, and it’s taken place within the Republican Party. I don’t see it as a negative. It’s better to have that turmoil and change in the Republican Party than it would be to have it outside.”
The former vice president referred to President Obama as the “most radical operator” in Washington.
Speaking about the Tea Party, Cheney joked: “I’m not a card-carrying member. I don’t think there is a card, but I have respect for what the people are doing. These are Americans. They’re loyal, they’re patriotic, and taxpayers and fed up with what is happening in Washington. It’s a normal, healthy reaction, and the fact that the party is having to adjust to it is positive.”
Cheney did say that the Tea Party was “an uprising” but that this is a good thing for the Republican Party to learn how to be more radical.
This group was described as a “new wave”.
Cheney said that “we really do need new talent. Here we’ve got a woman who’s got five children, has got the drive and the energy to represent that next generation. We need to be passing on leadership in the party to that next generation.”
Senator Ted Cruz was given Cheney’s seal of approval: “He represents the thinking of an awful lot of people, obviously in Texas. But my own daughter is running for the U.S. Senate from Wyoming, partly motivated by the concern that Washington’s not working, that the system is breaking down and that it’s time for new leadership.”
Florida State House Representative Alan Grayson released fund-raising emails to potential donors that claimed the Tea Party is comparable to the Klu Klux Klan (KKK).
He said: “One could go on and on, because there is overwhelming evidence that the Tea Party is the home of bigotry and discrimination in America today, just as the KKK was for an earlier generation. If the shoe fits, wear it.”
While speaking with Al Sharpton, Grayson said that “everyone who is willing to cater to the tea party has to go, so Americans finally get the government that they deserve.”
Earlier this year, MSM was painting the Tea Party as radical leftists who force candidates through on a Republican ticket.
This phenomenon became known as the Tea Party effect and was viewed as a hurdle to overcome during elections.
The main gripe about the Tea Party was the ideology of Constitutionalism.
In 2010, Senator Mike Lee called for the dismantling of the federal Departments of Education (DoE), and Housing and Urban Development (HUD).
Lee insisted that “the Constitution doesn’t give Congress the power to redistribute our wealth” and vowed to phase out Social Security.
In addition, Lee suggested that the 16th Amendment (which was never fully ratified) to repeal the stranglehold of the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) over the American people by relieving income taxes; and condemned the 17th Amendment as a “mistake”.
The Tea Party Nation (TPN), once named a hate group by the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) sent emails stating that the Boston Bombing was an example of “radical Islam”.
Judson Philips, head of the TPN, said : “Unfortunately the sad truth is we will be hit again. It will happen sooner or later. It will probably be sooner than later. . . . we have a government that is not committed to protecting America.”
Philips continued: “It is a pretty safe bet right now that this attack was carried out by an Islamist. Barack Obama could not force himself to use the word “terrorism” in his speech last night and the FBI right now won’t call this a terrorist incident. The reason we will be hit again is because our government is not committed to destroying our enemy. Radical Islam is our enemy. Some in the far end of the Liberty Movement will start screaming about war mongering ‘Neo-cons’ . . . Nothing could be further from the truth.”
The TPN leader asserted: “Reagan knew that America had to stand up to the Communist threat. Bill Clinton wanted to ignore the Islamist threat. George W. Bush just wanted to hold the hand of the Saudi king and Barack Obama just wants to bow to him. As we mourn the victims of Boston, we need to make a solemn vow that we will not allow this to happen again. The only way we make sure this never happens again is to identify our enemy and then craft a strategy to totally defeat that enemy.”
MSM was quick to point the finger at a right-wing domestic terrorist as the reason for the Boston Bombing.
Attacks on the Tea party came swiftly after the re-selection of Barack Obama. Renaming the movement, a “remnant party”; meaning that its days were numbered because of its inability to get hip with the times.
The ultimate goal is the tie in to the Tea Party and right-wing extremism.
Reports have continued on in a fervent campaign to demonize Constitutionalists by claiming that “increasingly frightening numbers, cells of angry men in the United States preparing for combat with the U.S. government. They are usually heavily armed, blinded by an intractable hatred, often motivated by religious zeal.”
These patriots are demonized as “white, right-wing Americans, nearly all with an obsessive attachment to guns, who may represent a greater danger to the lives of American civilians than international terrorists.”
It is clear that the latest social meme being perpetrated is that “it only takes one person to create another Oklahoma City situation.”
In 2009, the Office of Intelligence and Analysis published a report entitled “Rightwing Extremism”, wherein patriots/constitutionalists are extremists. The ideal was proposed to be the newest and most dangerous threat to the US since al-Qaeda.
Although the DHS and the Office of Intelligence and Analysis (I&A) admit that they are basing this assertion on conjecture, yet still insist that “rightwing” terrorists are scheming to commit “acts of violence” and recruiting at exponential levels.
By using the “war on terror” the patriot movement can be aligned to those overseas Boogeymen that somehow cannot be caught. The document states: “The current economic and political climate has some similarities to the 1990s when rightwing extremism experienced a resurgence fueled largely by an economic recession, criticism about the outsourcing of jobs, and the perceived threat to U.S. power and sovereignty by other foreign powers.”
Desires to restore America to a Constitutional Republic are radicalizing US citizens and “growth in the number of domestic rightwing terrorist and extremist groups and an increase in violent acts targeting government facilities, law enforcement officers, banks, and infrastructure sectors.”
The cause of this radicalization is the growing numbers of Americans that are realizing that the Oklahoma City Bombing was a false flag perpetuated by the US government; combined with the foiled fake terrorist plots conducted by the FBI, the economy domestically and globally and the pervasive rejection of ideologies such as one world government.
The document states: “The possible passage of new restrictions on firearms and the return of military veterans facing significant challenges reintegrating into their communities could lead to the potential emergence of terrorist groups or lone wolf extremists capable of carrying out violent attacks.”
In fact they claim that: “Proposed imposition of firearms restrictions and weapons bans likely would attract new members into the ranks of rightwing extremist groups, as well as potentially spur some of them to begin planning and training for violence against the government. The high volume of purchases and stockpiling of weapons and ammunition by rightwing extremists in anticipation of restrictions and bans in some parts of the country continue to be a primary concern to law enforcement.”
Indeed, the US veterans could become integral to this scheme to provoke the American public by recognizing that those individuals “possess combat skills and experience that are attractive to rightwing extremists.”
To combat this, the DHS and I&A plan to bolster the threat that US veterans are dangerous and could snap at any moment; posing “violent capabilities.”
Placing the idea that a “lone wolf” extremist who is a US veteran involved in terrorist cells (or the patriot movement) the public will protect the current government as a social meme and assist in the creation of the next Boogeyman.
The breeding ground of rightwing extremism, according to the document, “appears to be a strong association between a parent’s unemployment status and the formation of rightwing extremist beliefs in their children—specifically xenophobia and antidemocratic ideals. ownership and use.”
The ultimate end game is to introduce a “lone wolf” that would threaten President Barack Obama.
Local police departments must be utilized to monitor and report “threatening activity” with the recruitment of these privately –owned security firms for use by the DHS as non-federalized law enforcement.
It is encouraged that because of the issue of gun control, the patriot movement combine fear-mongering the public with “conspiracy theories involving declarations of martial law, impending civil strife or racial conflict, suspension of the U.S. Constitution, and the creation of citizen detention camps often incorporate aspects of a failed economy.”
This breeds “antigovernment conspiracy theories and “’end times’ prophecies could motivate extremist individuals and groups to stockpile food, ammunition, and weapons. These teachings also have been linked with the radicalization of domestic extremist individuals and groups in the past, such as violent Christian Identity organizations and extremist members of the militia movement.”
Propaganda can be installed into the patriot movement by using the “new world order conspiracy theories of the 1990s.
The dissolution of Communist countries in Eastern Europe and the end of the Soviet Union in the 1990s led some rightwing extremists to believe that a ‘New World Order’ would bring about a world government that would usurp the sovereignty of the United States and its Constitution, thus infringing upon their liberty.”
At this point, a lone wolf could be introduced as threatening to commit an act of terrorism against the US on American soil. This patsy would be linked to a militia or constitutionalist group that could become the public focus of hatred. Using the public’s emotional reaction to the situation, the US government would successfully blame a Boogeyman when then could perhaps be linked to China or India.
This would facilitate an al-Qaeda connection and tie in the various fake terrorist cells around the world.
Outlined as the most dangerous document is the US Constitution as it keeps that militia and patriot group hoping for success. The fake heroes that can be introduced will gain acceptance by the fringe because of their “leaderless resistance” and encourage the acts of a lone wolf.
Enter a disenfranchised US veteran who “woke up” after having been discharged from recent duty who joins an extremist group. The other tool to be utilized is the internet to recruit like-minded constitutionalists for the sake of identifying persons and accessing their threat level.