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Alex Jones Wants "1776 To Commence" But Isn't That Treason?

English: Alex Jones outside Bilderberg meeting...

English: Alex Jones outside Bilderberg meeting taken by is own crew. Fair Use non-Copywrited. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

The United States Constitution, Article 3, Section:

“Treason against the United States, shall consist only in levying War against them, or in adhering to their Enemies, giving them Aid and Comfort. No Person shall be convicted of Treason unless on the Testimony of two Witnesses to the same overt Act, or on Confession in open Court.” The Constitution

For the moment, let me overlook Alex Jones‘ anti-semitic and crackpot ramblings about the New World Order. Chris T. pointed out to us today that he is just a dancing monkey to entertain libertarian conspirators :Alex Jones Is A Dancing Monkey and Alex Jones Is a Paranoid Narcissistic Dancing Monkey. It’s all fun and games but if you did like I did last night, and watched Alex’s interview/”debate” with Piers Morgan. Jones insisted several times that “1776 would commence again” but does he really understand what he’s saying. For 1776 to happen again, a group of citizens must agree to take up arms and risk their lives against a legitimate government (and for a sillier reason no doubt).

Also, I must ask, isn’t Piers Morgan guilty in giving Alex Jones and Sheriff Joe platforms? He should be deported just for that!

What say you? Is Alex Jones advocating treason?

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More Ties to NeoNazis for Ron Paul?

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Well well. It seems like Anonymous stumbled upon some e-mail conversations, and found NeoNazis (American Third Position Party) collaborating with Ron and Rand Paul at CPAC (Conservative Political Action Committee). Should anyone be surprised, really? Paul’s charade has gone on long enough. He is free to be a member of A3P if he wants, just be honest about it, dude.

For more:




Read– The International Business Times: Anonymous Expose Nazi Third Position ‘Bridging Tactic’ with Ron Paul

Muchos gracias to Joel Watts

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The Road to the GOP Nomination is Paved by Lazy Blacks

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May I ask you a question? Do you know of any lazy Negroes? Apparently, the Republican Party knows a lot of lazy black people. These people are a hott topic on the campaign trail nowadays. How about Iowa Caucus surprise runner-up Rick Santorum:

“He added: “I don’t want to make black people’s lives better by giving them somebody else’s money; I want to give them the opportunity to go out and earn the money.”
“And provide for themselves and their families,” Santorum added, to applause. “The best way to do that is to get the manufacturing sector of the economy rolling again.”

I side completely with Chauncey DeVega on this one:

“First, poverty in America is racialized. The image in the public imagination is of black welfare queens, or illegal aliens birthing “anchor babies” who live off of the government tit, profiting from food stamps and the generosity of the American people. The white poor rarely, if ever, enter the picture. Second, black people are parasites of white people (Santorum’s “someone” else). Here it is implied that black people are also “lazy,” and a dependent class, unable to take care of their families except for the generosity and benevolence of white people.”

Black means poor and lazy and bodily and sexual promiscuous and angry and emotional; white continues to mean pure and virginal and virtuous and hard-working and American and middle-class. It does not matter if historically whites have benefitted from social welfare programs–remember that Social Security was established during legal segregation, and the tax dollars of African Americans were used to pay for the retirement funds for many of their racist oppressors. Who’s the racist? Who’s doing the class warfare? It’s the rich, the privileged, the status quo, that’s who!

If indeed politics is about the creation of imagined communities, as DeVega correctly argues in Iowa and Beyond: for the Tea Party GOP the road is paved by lazy blacks, then the racial imagination is quite essential to politics, particularly to conservative white folk who claim not to see color. The Tea Party and the Rest of the GOP may as well just join the movie, Disney’s Beauty and the Beast, “Be Our Guest!”

No matter the contributions by people of color, the message will always be the same: you still owe us whites, therefore, shut up and mop our floors. Right,Newt Gingrich? Even sadly, Ron Paul’s racist rants against the Civil Rights Act of 1964 goes to show just how perverted the racial imagination of many conservatives are. Now, honestly, I think that liberals and conservatives can be equally racist; political ideology is not the point. My point is that the practices within the conservative movement, the pointing to the poor racial minority as lazy, require a particular racial imagination that is unhealthy; in a word–


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