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U.S. Military Officers Are Told To Plan To Fight Americans: The Civil War Of 2016

Tuesday, August 7, 2012

Imagine Tea Party extremists seizing control of a South Carolina town and the Army being sent in to crush the rebellion. This farcical vision is now part of the discussion in professional military circles.

At issue is an article in the respected Small Wars Journal titled “Full Spectrum Operations in the Homeland: A ‘Vision’ of the Future.” It was written by retired Army Col. Kevin Benson of the Army's University of Foreign Military and Cultural Studies at Fort Leavenworth, Kan., and Jennifer Weber, a Civil War expert at the University of Kansas. It posits an “extremist militia motivated by the goals of the ‘tea party’ movement” seizing control of Darlington, S.C., in 2016, “occupying City Hall, disbanding the city council and placing the mayor under house arrest.” The rebels set up checkpoints on Interstate 95 and Interstate 20 looking for illegal aliens. It’s a cartoonish and needlessly provocative scenario.

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False Flag

Sounds like the blueprint for a false flag operation.

Please submit blueprints with your building permit.

It is the mission of Darlington County to improve the quality of life by planning, organizing, and conducting the public's business and providing public services with commitment to equal treatment, courtesy, high quality, economy, high ethical standards and promotion of unity among all segments and sections of the county through openness and citizen participation.

"Online Forms" even include one for un-licensed builders. Welcome.

Disclaimer: Mark Twain (1835-1910-To be continued) is unlicensed. His river pilot's license went delinquent in 1862. Caution advised. Daily Paul

1860 - 1861. My Military Campaign, by Mark Twain

a.k.a. Samuel Clemens (1835-1910)

[War Among the States... us against us.]

You have heard from a great many people who did something in the war; is it not fair and right that you listen a little moment to one who started out to do something in it, but didn't? Thousands entered the war, got just a taste of it, and then stepped out again, permanently. These, by their very numbers, are respectable, and are therefore entitled to a sort of voice--not a loud one, but a modest one; not a boastful one, but an apologetic one. They ought not to be allowed much space among better people--people who did something--I grant that; but they ought at least to be allowed to state why they didn't do anything, and also to explain the process by which they didn't do anything. Surely this kind of light must have a sort of value.

Out West there was a good deal of confusion in men's minds during the first months of the great trouble--a good deal of unsettledness, of leaning first this way, then that, then the other way. It was hard for us to get our bearings. I call to mind an instance of this. I was piloting on the Mississippi when the news came that South Carolina had gone out of the Union on December 20, 1860. My pilot-mate was a New Yorker. He was strong for the Union; so was I. But he would not listen to me with any patience; my loyalty was smirched, to his eye, because my father had owned slaves. I said, in palliation of this dark fact, that I had heard my father say, some years before he died, that slavery was a great wrong, and that he would free the solitary Negro he then owned if he could think it right to give away the property of the family when he was so straitened in means. My mate retorted that a mere impulse was nothing--anybody could pretend to a good impulse; and went on decrying my Unionism and libelling my ancestry. A month later the secession atmosphere had considerably thickened on the Lower Mississippi, and I became a rebel; so did he. We were together in New Orleans, January 26, when Louisiana went out of the Union. He did his full share of the rebel shouting, but was bitterly opposed to letting me do mine. He said that I came of bad stock--of a father who had been willing to set slaves free. In the following summer he was piloting a Federal gun-boat and shouting for the Union again, and I was in the Confederate army. I held his note for some borrowed money. He was one of the most upright men I ever knew; but he repudiated that note without hesitation, because I was a rebel, and the son of a man who had owned slaves.

In that summer--of 1861--the first wash of the wave of war broke upon the shores of Missouri. Our State was invaded by the Union forces. They took possession of St. Louis, Jefferson Barracks, and some other points. The Governor, Claib Jackson, issued his proclamation calling out fifty thousand militia to repel the invader.

I was visiting in the small town where my boyhood had been spent-- Hannibal, Marion County. Several of us got together in a secret place by night and formed ourselves into a military company. One Tom Lyman, a young fellow of a good deal of spirit but of no military experience, was made captain; I was made second lieutenant. We had no first lieutenant; I do not know why; it was long ago. There were fifteen of us. By the advice of an innocent connected with the organisation, we called ourselves the Marion Rangers...

We waited for a dark night, for caution and secrecy were necessary; then, toward midnight, we stole in couples and from various directions to the Griffith place, beyond the town; from that point we set out together on foot. Hannibal lies at the extreme south-eastern corner of Marion County, on the Mississippi River; our objective point was the hamlet of New London, ten miles away, in Ralls County.

The first hour was all fun, all idle nonsense and laughter. But that could not be kept up. The steady trudging came to be like work; the play had somehow oozed out of it; the stillness of the woods and the somberness of the night began to throw a depressing influence over the spirits of the boys, and presently the talking died out and each person shut himself up in his own thoughts. During the last half of the second hour nobody said a word.

Now we approached a log farm-house where, according to report, there was a guard of five Union soldiers. Lyman called a halt; and there, in the deep gloom of the overhanging branches, he began to whisper a plan of assault upon that house, which made the gloom more depressing than it was before. It was a crucial moment; we realised, with a cold suddenness, that here was no jest--we were standing face to face with actual war. We were equal to the occasion. In our response there was no hesitation, no indecision: we said that if Lyman wanted to meddle with those soldiers, he could go ahead and do it; but if he waited for us to follow him, he would wait a long time.

Disclaimer: Mark Twain (1835-1910-To be continued) is unlicensed. His river pilot's license went delinquent in 1862. Caution advised. Daily Paul

No officer I've ever known

No officer I've ever known would unlawfully attack American citizens.

What IF

what if they wrote a law, many now are unconstitutional,would an officer attack those unconstitutional authors? ... or at least bring them to justice?
If so how come most of congress is still there?

"We can't solve problems by using the same kind of thinking we used when we created them."
Albert Einstein

How come Congress is still there?

"It could probably be shown by facts and figures that there is no distinctly native American criminal class except Congress."
- Pudd'nhead Wilson's New Calendar - Mark Twain

Disclaimer: Mark Twain (1835-1910-To be continued) is unlicensed. His river pilot's license went delinquent in 1862. Caution advised. Daily Paul

If Obama wins in 2012, then 2016 would be prime for Civil War.

Why? Because it will be the end of his second term and he won't step down.

You doubt it?

WHO, four years ago, would have predicted that HOPEY, CHANGEY Obama would have an American's Approved for Assassination list to kill "enemies of the state" even American citizens, without charge evidence or due process?

Who would have know that it would be illegal to protest anywhere near him?

Who would have know that he would advotate keeping suspected Americans under detention without charge or even accusation, indefinately?

And THESE are just things he did while getting his feet wet in his first term! These are things he did with concern for being reelected to a second term.

When the possibility of winning another election is off the table we will see an entirely worse Obama. One that doesn't hold back at all from being a dictator.

With no third term to win through the ballot box - this totalitarian has already shown he will simply take a third term, by declaring national emergency and suspending elections.

(Thats how all dictators do it.)

Misleading headlines

The misleading headlines on the DP are starting to get annoying. We are not supposed to be about propaganda. Don't stoop dont to their level.

This scenario is an SPLC wet dream

But I can only imagine the silliness of a gang of armed septuagenarians storming a state capital.


Or it will be started by a bunch of race-baiting pedophiles....

Picture old men wearing a flag and storming the capital building, throwing things and causing anarchy.

Due to those Teo-Cons, suddenly the military has to immediately respond and lock it all down. This is how they always operate!

It continues to amaze me how

It continues to amaze me how there's still millions of Americans who don't see the dictatorship swiftly creeping up behind them.

"It is the duty of the patriot to protect his country from his government." - Thomas Paine

(╮°-°)╮┳━┳ (╯°□°)╯┻━┻ "RON PAUL 2012 DAMNIT!"

Replace the Word

Tea Party, with slaves.
To my surprise, it actually did manage to make a few classmates think.
Prior to that, they were looking at me like I had um-teen eyes on my forehead.
Don't give up. The sheep must be made to think.

We have now sunk to a depth at which restatement of the obvious is the first duty of intelligent men.
-George Orwell

1861. President Lincoln orders arrest of Maryland Government!

Dear Readers,

1861. Our own United States Government has arrested the Government of Maryland already.

President Lincoln Crossing the Rubicon by Charles Adams, November 2000.

WHEN the [American] CIVIL WAR started...

Fifth, on April 27, he suspended the right of habeas corpus — unquestionably one of the most important of our civil liberties, for it prohibits government from making arrests without just cause, that is, from locking people up and throwing the key away, so to speak. In time, more than 10,000 were arrested and imprisoned by military officers, often for crimes that never existed in any law book, manufactured by the generals, often just plain silly. One unfortunate fellow, while drunk, was arrested and imprisoned for shouting, “Hurrah for Jeff Davis!” Under the Bill of Rights, a person cannot be charged with a crime except by an indictment from a grand jury, nor can a person be convicted except by a jury of fellow civilians. No military trial of civilians was permitted, or so said the Constitution.

Lincoln’s denial of these most basic constitutional rights led to the destruction of civilian government in Maryland, where in late 1861 he had soldiers arrest and imprison the members of the legislature believed to be Southern sympathizers and who might vote for Maryland’s secession. Democratic government ceased in Maryland for the duration of the war.

Preceding the arrest of the Maryland legislators, Lincoln’s most shocking, even treacherous act, swept under the rug by Lincoln’s loving biographers, grew out of ex parte Merryman. John Merryman was a known Southern sympathizer in Maryland. He was arrested by General Cadwallader and imprisoned in Fort McHenry in Baltimore. Merryman petitioned the Supreme Court for a writ of habeas corpus, which was granted by Chief Justice Roger Taney, and the general was ordered to bring Merryman into court for adjudication. The general refused.

Disclaimer: Mark Twain (1835-1910-To be continued) is unlicensed. His river pilot's license went delinquent in 1862. Caution advised. Daily Paul

"Small Wars Journal?" Are you kidding me?

? "... article in the respected Small Wars Journal... ?

It posits an “extremist militia motivated by the goals of the ‘Tea Party’ movement” seizing control of Darlington, S.C., in 2016, “occupying City Hall, disbanding the city council and placing the mayor under house arrest.”


Disclaimer: Mark Twain (1835-1910-To be continued) is unlicensed. His river pilot's license went delinquent in 1862. Caution advised. Daily Paul

And to that end I say, Israel sucks.....

ISRAEL and its globalist financiers suck!!!

Their New World Order is falling like dominoes.

They will never succeed, no matter how hard they push!

Sever all ties to the Federal Reserve system ladies & gents, return your economies to homegrown and local. It easily do so.

I read the official .pdf that contained this info

just the other day. I thought I saved it to my hard disk but I don't see it right this minute. I'll see if I can find it and then point to the link where it can be downloaded if anyone cares to.

Heres a link to the .pdf file

U.S. Military Officers Are Reminded of their oath

to protect US citizens against enemies foreign AND DOMESTIC.

"We are not human beings having a spiritual experience; we are spiritual beings having a human experience"—Pierre Teilhard de Chardin

They should know it didn't work before, it won't work now!!

They tried to order all the troops to round people up during the Swine Flu and they wouldn't participate!!

This is rampant communism, GIVE up your delusions!
Come out with your hands up.

Every single man on deck, get to Tampa, Florida.

More and more the "scenarios"

More and more the "scenarios" that our military and police are trained to fight look like they were taken straight from the pages of the SPLC's Intelligence Report. Wanting balanced budgets and the Constitution upheld is now seen as evidence of terrorist inclinations.

I knew that once the 9/11 inspired "anti-terror" organizations and operations were in place that the actual targets would wind up being our own citizens.

Who's going to enforce the orders then? Clones?

Great, this Freddie Kruger horror show finally flipped its lid.

Lets get this pathetic thing over with.
More than half the country is upset about this.

Send these idiots out and watch them get dropped, we need to make sure the whole entire cartel is done this time so they can't attack our states later.

Apparently they condoned what

Apparently they condoned what Bill Ayers did.

This is what happens when...

This is what happens when mindless, knee jerk "Pro-war, ANY war"/"Support our troops, Support their mission" jingoism meets the "new" role of the U.S. military as policemen of the world. Somebody noticed that "the world" includes South Carolina.

The Virtual Conspiracy

I wonder

if it also includes the scenario of "extreme" policital measures committed by a governor and senators that want to "hijack" the state and secede from the Union.

I am sure it would...

Good old 'Honest Abe' took care of that one long ago.

The Virtual Conspiracy

Why don't they just

imagine a scenario where extremists go door to door and take citizens money by threat of jail. And then they make a list of things they're not allowed to do in their own homes. And then tell them they can be assassinated if they even suspect you of being a terrorist.
Oh wait, they already do that.