Ferguson is just another Example of the Revolutionary Formula

AGENDAS: The Role of Violence in the Revolutionary’s Plan

I want to ask you to think back over the past few years.  Try to remember how many times you have seen organized violence employed on a massive scale.  I am going to ask you to reject the media’s claim that it has been ‘spontaneous.’  It hasn’t.  It is well known that it was all planned: from Occupy Wall Street to the Arab Spring.  All of it was ‘organized’ by violent revolutionaries, and the violence is used as part of their formula for toppling governments.  This is because the model works.  It was how Russia fell to Lenin, and how Hitler tried to take over Germany — the first time.  The idea is, if you can create enough hatred within society, then cause it to just break out into social unrest, then others will ‘stand up’ and the existing government can be brought down.  This is when the revolutionary believes he can step in and ‘direct’ the ‘rebuilding’ of the nation he envisions.  Unfortunately, history shows is never really works out the way the people think it will.  The reason this is important is because it is being used against us in America — again! Yes, I said again!

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4 thoughts on “Ferguson is just another Example of the Revolutionary Formula

  1. Ferguson has some strange features. It almost looks as if someone wants to incite the hatred or stoke the flames more than necessary. The verdict was released for “prime time”, the National Guard was held back, the three months preparation time wasted, fire brigades could not get to burning shops, but TV teams could and about a dozen other things that make you wonder if that really, taken together, could all be pure coincidences …

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