The Forbidden Thoughts Of Quiet Men

I’ve been a little surprised lately at the talk I’ve been hearing from a few acquaintances of mine. People with varying backgrounds and disparate tastes — from a doctor and a warehouse worker, to a biker and a part time musician– all have been speaking quietly about the unsettling political landscape they not only see but feel. They don’t like what’s going on with this schizophrenic economy.

They don’t like the guy in the White House and his socialist-looking policies, either.

It appears alienation and fragmentation are seeping into their psyches from numerous vectors in the form of toxic propaganda; as the rest of their people appear to be living in denial. They see the high profile leaders of the US and the world, who babble endlessly from Fortress Untouchable and yet say nothing, are unable to allay anyone’s fears in terms of international upheaval, domestic unrest, and political and social corruption.

The world has become a dark threatening thunderhead about to unleash full blown hell.

These people I speak of, who are minding their own business, who are paying their share of taxed Federal Reserve Notes while obeying the law — like they are now — have begun talking about things that go along with guns and canned goods; with one of them having purchased a firearm and a healthy serving of ammunition for the first time in his life. Maybe it’s because he and the others, who don’t even know each other, are sensing something is wrong, very wrong, with the very fabric of existence becoming threadbare enough to expose the ugliness lurking on the other side. Maybe what was once, to many of us, safely implicit has now become dangerously explicit. To them there has been a shift in civilization’s  machinery, and it has thrown closed an intuitive switch in the minds of only the most perceptive.

Take a look at the following….

Dec 23 2008, NY Post

Are you afraid that the economic downturn could get out of hand? I mean, really out of hand?

Well, don’t worry.

The US Army War College is on the case – ready to handle “unforeseen economic collapse” and the “rapid dissolution of public order in all or significant parts of the US.”

And you thought we were just dealing with a recession!

In a report published Nov. 4 – just in time for the holiday season – the War College’s Strategic Studies Institute posited a number of shocks that the country should be prepared for, including unrest caused by the economy’s failure.

The report has a snappy title, “Known Unknowns: Unconventional ‘Strategic Shocks’ in Defense Strategy Development,” and was written by Nathan Freier, a visiting professor at the college. The foreword was written by Col. John A. Kardos, director of the Peacekeeping and Stability Operations Institute.

Freier lists a number of possible things we should worry about – because we probably don’t have enough of our own – including run-of-the-mill terrorism and the fact that China and Russia could align against us politically and economically.

“Some of the most plausible defense-relevant strategic shocks remain low-probability events,” Freier soft-pedals before going on to scare the hell out of us.

The War College says “widespread civil violence inside the US would force the defense establishment to reorient priorities in extremis to defend basic domestic order and human security.”

Among things Freier wants us to worry about are “deliberate employment of weapons of mass destruction. . . unforeseen economic collapse, loss of functioning political and legal order, purposeful domestic resistance or insurgency and catastrophic natural and human disasters.”

Oh, and by the way, have a Merry Christmas!

And a Happy New Year, too?

If the fundamental principles of our economy are so great, as Bush Obama and McCain have said, and President Obama is so dead set that his economic stimulus will save or “create” 4 million jobs, then why are our armed forces preparing for “economic riots”? Not only that, why is the Federal Government funding the construction of  ‘detention centers?’

And then there’s this:

Rep. Alcee L. Hastings, D-Fla., has introduced to the House of Representatives a new bill, H.R. 645, calling for the secretary of homeland security to establish no fewer than six national emergency centers for corralling civilians on military installations.

The proposed bill, which has received little mainstream media attention, appears designed to create the type of detention center that those concerned about use of the military in domestic affairs fear could be used as concentration camps for political dissidents, such as occurred in Nazi Germany.

Okay, so he forgot to mention “Uncle Joe” Stalin’s network of gulags-of-death-for-dissidents to which the United States turned a blind eye after the war.

We who oversee the daily operation of EAU fully believe the spirit of European Americans will never be crushed by force of arms, nor by decades of toxic propaganda, or even by a treacherous plutocratic elite groveling to yet another special interest.

The way I see it: the next four years are going to be the most important years of your life, if the above articles have any credence. I believe they do. If and when things take a screaming nosedive into the abyss of naked totalitarianism, a cohesive and dedicated subset of the European American population is going to be desperately needed, and needed badly.

While we urge our people to partake of the all important task of regaining their rightful place in America as it was intended by the Founding fathers — by whatever legal means necessary– we also urge them to take a second look at a more fundamental kind of thinking in terms of survival and progress.

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