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Feds Prepare To Use Anarchists To Provoke Tea Party Violence

April 2, 2010
Paul Joseph Watson

Look behind the balaclava of many a self-proclaimed “anarchist” and you’ll find a statist thug

Given the past history of how so-called “anarchist” groups are so easily infiltrated and provocateured by the authorities to commit meaningless acts of violence that only serve to discredit political causes, we should be alarmed by the possibility that anarchist plans to “crash the tea parties” will present the perfect opportunity for the establishment to create a flashpoint with which to demonize constitutionalists as unruly extremists.

According to leading anarchist website Infoshop News, “On April 15th thousands of right-wingers will attend rallies in cities and towns across the United States. The organizers of this nationwide day of protest call it a tea party. This tea party movement that emerged only a year ago is a coalition of conservatives, anti-Semites, fascists, libertarians, racists, constitutionalists, militia men, gun freaks, homophobes, Ron Paul supporters, Alex Jones conspiracy types and American flag wavers.”

In one paragraph, the so-called “anarchists” have regurgitated wholesale the exact same rhetoric that the corporate-owned media, their supposed adversaries, have been spewing ceaselessly for months on end – that anyone who opposes big government (which is what “anarchists” are supposed to do), is a racist and an extremist, while also lying about the origins of the Tea Party which in fact was started by Ron Paul supporters as early as 2007.

The anarchists’ primary reason for wanting to crash Tea Party demonstrations, because “If the tea party movement takes over this country they will really hurt poor people by getting rid of social programs like food stamps, unemployment benefits, disability benefits, student aid, free health care, etc,” is completely at odds with the traditional anarchist political doctrine of extremely limited or no government whatsoever.

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3 Comments leave one →
  1. Nick permalink
    November 8, 2010 2:41 am

    Also, they look a little young to be feds. They are young people exploring their beliefs. If you think they are a government plot, maybe its time to put the pipe down.

  2. Nick permalink
    November 7, 2010 8:18 pm

    There is NO evidence beyond pure conjecture from Prison Planet that Anarchists are by and large infultrated….if anything they are HARDER for the government to control. Perhaps a singular agents or a handful could pose as Anarchists but they are unlikely to be able to control the groups actions.

    The Teaparty on the other hand has been 100% usurped and overran by government forces, both covert and overt like Sarah Palin making it just another Republican recruiting ground rather than the anti-government movement it could have been.

    Anarchists are real. They are not a government conspiracy.

    Put down the meth pipe and stop pretending like every third person you meet is a government conspiracy. Yes the feds infultrate movements, but you are trying to specifically discredit the Anarchists while ignoring the feds in your own ranks.

  3. Rwolf permalink
    April 5, 2010 8:36 pm

    Could U.S. Government Force Americans Into Underground Resistance?

    In America one need only visit websites to determine the United States might be approaching a threshold similar to Belfast, Ireland in 1980.

    It is apparent at some point there could be a major conflict between conservative Americans and leftists that appear intended on imposing their ideology on America. Similar to Northern Ireland in 1981, the U.S. Congress is proliferated with members that don’t represent most Americans, but instead support a socialist ideology that they are relentless in shoving down the throats of the Citizenry.

    It has been recently alleged in publications that the current U.S. Government intends to use Anarchists and provocateurs to incite Tea Party members to violence, to criminalize the Tea Party Movement. While that sounds absurd, governments in other countries have done precisely that to crush political opposition. In Northern Ireland during the 1980’s the British Government increasingly used provocateurs including the famous “steak knife” to incite violent conflicts between Catholics and Protestants in order to justify British Forces crushing the freedom and rights of Irish Catholics. Peaceful Irish protesters who opposed British occupation were beaten and gunned down. But N. Irish Citizens that supported British occupation were seldom charged after inciting or committing violent acts against Irish Catholics. The British increasingly arrested their political opposition. In Northern Ireland during 1981, Bobby Sands a Catholic anti-British activist and member of the United Kingdom Parliament locked up in jail, initiated a prisoner hunger strike to oppose British policies that favored Protestants over Catholics. Bobby Sands eventually died of starvation, but meanwhile it became increasing clear to peaceful Irish protesters they could not speak out or protest without being assaulted, arrested or killed by British forces or their provocateurs. Consequently law-bidding Irish Citizens when underground, joining the IRA. Bobby Sands because a symbol of government repression. If the U.S. Government were to actually use Anarchists and provocateurs to incite similar violence against law-bidding Tea Party members, could Tea Party members injured by U.S. police, state inspired Anarchists or provocateurs cause American Patriots to take to the underground like the Irish to resist what they might believe to be government repression?

    Is it coincidence that Sen. McCain on March 4th 2010 introduced the “Enemy Belligerent Interrogation, Detention, and Prosecution Act of 2010” that would give Government the power to detain and interrogate any individual without probable cause. Government would need only allege an individual kept in indefinite detention, is an Unprivileged Enemy Belligerent suspected of; having engaged in hostilities against the United States or its coalition partners; or has purposefully and materially supported hostilities against the United States or its coalition partners. “Materially Supporting Hostilities” against the United States or a civilian population could include any person or group that spoke out or demonstrated disapproval against an agency of U.S. Government.

    Had McCain’s “Enemy Belligerent Interrogation, Detention, and Prosecution Act of 2010” already passed, anarchists in the future would only have to incite and bate Tea Party members into a violent confrontation to provide Obama an excuse to continuously use S.3081 to arrest and detain without probable cause Tea Party members protesting anywhere for “supporting hostilities” against civilians or the United States: that probably would be the end of the Tea Party Movement. In Nazi Germany, Hitler’s Brown Shirts purposely caused confrontations with their opposition; expectantly German Police arrested only their Nazi “opposition.” That is not to say Obama would use S.3081 to only arrest Conservatives but a corrupt government could.

    It cannot be ignored Palin’s endorsement and support of Sen. McCain’s reelection could make the difference whether McCain is reelected. Is it time that Tea Party Groups ask Palin why she is supporting McCain after he introduced his anti-Free Speech Police State bill S.3081, that blatantly contradicts Palin’s purported position to protect the Constitution? If Palin does not object to McCain’s bill, would you want her for President?

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