How to Start a Civil War:
Step 1. Identify your opposition
Step 2. Isolate the leadership
Step 3. Marginalize the target
Step 4. Ridicule the target
Step 5. When all the above steps fail---force a "situation" i.e. send 500 trashy, low class people to a private citizens house to"protest", but what that really means is terrorize the family...
And that is exactly what the SEIU thugs did--under the protection of the D.C Metro police department. Remember though, your government considers peacefully protesting TEA partiers as domestic terrorist---these SIEU thugs are just...community organizers..
"A caravan of SEIU buses receive a Metropolitan (D.C.) Police Department escort to a private home in Maryland where the protesters, from all appearances, violate Montgomery County law by engaging in a stationary protest. The Montgomery County police were not informed by their cross-jurisdictional colleagues of the impending, unusually large protest pending in their jurisdiction.
What’s up with that? Had the mob decided to torch the house, the D.C. police would not have been authorized to intervene. Not their jurisdiction. They’re just escorts. Meanwhile, a teenage boy is home alone, frightened by what’s happening outside his front door.
There’s something very wrong with this picture."
read it all here at BigJournalism
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