Posts Tagged ‘civil unrest’

Flash Mobs, Greece, Wolf Packing – Coming to a City Near You

Posted by Troy on 28th June 2011 in Current Events

We have seen the effectiveness of Facebooking in the “Muslim Spring.”  I have wondered if these are dry runs.  Now, gangs of youths are using Facebook and other media to mimic flash mobs to show up at a given store and rob it blind.  The kids are calling this “Wolf Packing.”  Finally, I look to Greece and the riots in the street.  Given the Democrats insistence that they don’t have to do anything about spending (let alone the fact that they say that cutting spending at all would be irresponsible), we are headed that way. When it comes time for us to cut “benefits” (legal theft), look for the Left to use Facebook and other ways to organize massive protests and riots to try to overthrow the system.  Go ahead and figure out what you want to do.  Thank God, I live in the country.  You people in the big cities are going to have problems.  I’d arm yourselves if I were you.

War in Arizona

Posted by Troy on 19th May 2011 in Current Events, Political

Civil unrest has always been a tool of revolutionaries.  Interestingly enough, their plan to make us weak and helpless has mainly affected their solider pool.  However, let’s host a hypothetical (using Arizona as an example as this is the most likely location).

The revolutionary leaders in Arizona give the green light and tell their zombies to start rioting.  They start looting and setting fires and overturning cars and raping and beating people, et cetera.

Arizona’s citizens, being Arizonans, respond appropriately by using guns to defend themselves, their families, and their property.

Obama sends in the military to intervene (technically against the Constitution, but he doesn’t really care about that kind of thing).

Question:  Who do you think Obama tells the military to engage?  The racist Arizonans?  Or the protesters who where exercising their right to protest?