Arlen Williams
Final: 'U.S. Day of Rage' orchestrated for 'worldwide democracy' (think pseudoanarchist, neo-Marxist, globalist)
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By Arlen Williams
August 12, 2011

We thought this would be happening, now didn't we.



A movement is suddenly springing up from nowhere (ah-huh) to take on the free enterprise, "capitalist" system. In America, they are especially targeting Wall Street, a place still somewhat constitutionally sovereign to the U.S.A. and not thoroughly controlled yet by authoritarian global collectivism.

That is a Wall Street which has already been damaged by the Cloward-Piven orchestrated mortgage meltdown and stemming from that was assailed by protorevolutionary Obama-Peloisi-Reid government, which brought boa constrictor regulation. Dodd-Frank came as "reform" very tough on small institutions, but with loopholes wide enough to shelter Brinks trucks for large and coordinated hedge fund manipulators. And it shielded a Securities & Exchange Commission gone dark, from the kinds of Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) inquiries that uncovered Bernie Madoff. Cloward-Piven government, indeed.

Revolution indeed. While the harder working American banks have long been targeted by communisty organizations, the corrupt central banking system of this world is ignored by the vanguard of our pampered proletariat — to the point that it cries out in the streets — and speaks volumes. Central banking is one of the demands of the Communist Manifesto. And the relationship between national and transnational central banking and the world's manifestations of both Marxism and fascism are both historic and, one might say, legendary.

The wealthiest one percent, of one percent, of one percent always seem to want it all, as the insurrection, whatever setbacks (or feints) have occurred, must progress one step after another. And, as Van Jones has recently mentioned, what must appear to be a bottom-up movement has to be fed from the top-down (such egalitarianism).


So, a "U.S. Day of Rage" is scheduled to start an "Occupy Wall Street" camp-out on "17/9/2011Āć (which would denote orchestration by those who use the British means of writing dates). And as with the "Arab Spring," much of the organizing is being done through social media, especially super-popular Facebook and Twitter.

Immediately upon clicking links, one finds it to be the America-targeting element of a worldwide movement, especially popular by the looks of it, in Old Europe. Again, that is no surprise to those who have looked into the updated mode of Marxist revolution stemming from the Gramsci and Trotsky schools and historically, even the days before Marx and Engels. Revolutionary proponents likes to hide behind the non-American ideal of democracy (as in permanent rule of the proletariat majority, forget about a republic) along with nebulous and mysterious anarchistic labelling.

From the U.S. Day of Rage "About" page:

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The term "Day(s) of Rage" is the product of Chicago's Weathermen, led by Obama workmate Bill Ayers and cohabitants.

This Day of Rage speaks of non-violence, yet plays up the violent terrorism of the current rioting proceeding in Great Britain. It is eschewed by a disclaimer put up since this article first posted, but it is featured, pronounced, highlighted, and utilized on the Europeanrevolution.net site. It's kind of like "good cop, bad cop," only played by the robbers.


One more aspect which may seem odd to those who have not been visiting the Gulag and other resources keeping up with the Unholy Alliance as David Horowitz has put it, is the distinctive skew toward ostensibly Egyptian, Arab, and quite potentially, Islamist interest.

See the following tweets, hardly atypical.




Rhymes and reasons — what a coincidence we have a White House presided by Barack Hussein Obama, the "favorite son" of his very peculiar parents, grandparents, Frank Marshall Davis, Bill Ayers, Rashid Khalidi, and so many others of these very kinds.

This may take off, or fizzle, or sort of do both. Let us continue to discover how such events, proposed to begin this Constitution Day, September 17, 2011, suit the agenda of social... justice... worldwide....

© Arlen Williams

 

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