Civil Unrest is Immniently possible -James Carville

I caught James Carville on Imus and found a vid of his comments regarding the Economy. It is in the last 15 seconds of the clip that he talks about Civil unrest. So looks like he is the town crier who is starting the drumbeat of “Civil unrest”. Clear to me, this is the agenda. Does Obama really want to create jobs? There is nothing in his actions or policies that indicate that. No to oil drilling, EPA regs out the kazoo. Bankrupting the country. I will go out on the limb. Soon, very soon the agitation will begin. Remember Ms Piven? Where is the Anger? The demonstrations?

Ms Piven:

“So where are the angry crowds, the demonstrations, sit-ins and unruly mobs?” she writes. “After all, the injustice is apparent. Working people are losing their homes and their pensions while robber-baron CEOs report renewed profits and windfall bonuses. Shouldn’t the unemployed be on the march? Why aren’t they demanding enhanced safety net protections and big initiatives to generate jobs?”  Piven’s recent Nation editorial calling for a mass movement of the unemployed [“Mobilizing the Jobless,”

In a chilling and almost unbelievable editorial again in The Nation (”Mobilizing the Jobless,” January 10/17, 2011 edition), she calls on the jobless to rise up in a violent show of solidarity and force. As before, those calls are dripping with language of class struggle. Language she and her late husband Richard Cloward made popular in the 60s.

“[B]efore people can mobilize for collective action, they have to develop a proud and angry identity and a set of claims that go with that identity,” she writes. “They have to go from being hurt and ashamed to being angry and indignant.”

And along with anger must come a denunciation of personal responsibility. Instead, workers must realize that others have put them in their current, uneasy situation: “[T]he out-of-work have to stop blaming themselves for their hard times and turn their anger on the bosses, the bureaucrats or the politicians who are in fact responsible.”

Only then, once their rage has been properly stoked, can the angry take action. And when they do, sh says, the “protesters need targets.” Read more here from the Blaze

WikiLeaks Cable Discusses North American [economic] Integration Strategy

I am getting to accept the fact that Wiki-Leaks was not all so bad. We are learning much that can verify what many of us have believed was the end game of our Government. That “incremental” thing seems to be the path to all the Progressives.

H/T:   Infidel Bloggers Alliance

As part of the Security and Prosperity Partnership, left to right The Hon. Maxime Bernier, Canadian Minister of Industry; the Hon. Stockwell Day, Canadian Minister of Public Safety; Condoleezza Rice, United States Secretary of State; and the Hon. Peter MacKay, Canadian Minister of Foreign Affairs met in Ottawa on Friday, February 23, 2007.Leaked U.S. cable lays out North American ‘integration’ strategy National Post:

The integration of North America’s economies would best be achieved through an “incremental” approach, according to a leaked U.S. diplomatic cable.

The cable, released through the WikiLeaks website and apparently written Jan. 28, 2005, discusses some of the obstacles surrounding the merger of the economies of Canada, the United States and Mexico in a fashion similar to the European Union.

“An incremental and pragmatic package of tasks for a new North American Initiative NAI will likely gain the most support among Canadian policymakers,” the document said.

Another example of our Government initiating major policy on which we never had the opportunity to vote. Full Story here: CONTINUED

AOL – Huffington Post merger going down in flames?

Here is a story that might put a spring in the good news department. Business Insider lists 12 reasons why things are not so swell with the merger. Take a look at the full read if you would appreciate a story that has a nice ring to a possible defeat. There was concern that this merger was going to turn into another rag to promote the Progressive agenda.  Here tis:

AOL bought Huffington Post for $315 million earlier this year. So far, according to an insider, the intergration is going very badly:

The tragedy here is that not only will the deal ruin AOL, but it will also ruin the Huffington Post. Right– a real sad story for George Soros.

As we noted when the deal was announced, successfully integrating these two companies while also turning around AOL is going to be extremely challenging. It will involve the purging of those who disagree with or resist strategic choices, and it will no doubt create dissent and frustration in the ranks. This note presumably captures the “dissent” perspective.

Read more: Business Insider

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