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Like, Whoa Dude: Drudge warns of American Civil War 2.0, SOON!

Courtesy of LRC, via Robert Wenzel:

Civil War Coming, Warns Drudge

Posted by Lew Rockwell on May 13, 2013 01:27 PM

But freedom will triumph, and the State's database will be unplugged. Then we need to unplug the State.

Matt Drudge Warns of 'American Holocaust'

Monday, May 13, 2013

Dylan Byers [of POLITICO.com] explains:

Matt Drudge, the influential conservative aggregator, took to his personal Twitter account this morning to issue some extremely dire predictions for America following news that the Internal Revenue Service has been targeting conservative groups:

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MATT DRUDGE ✔ @DRUDGE

And soon the IRS will have your health information. Cough.
5:05 AM - 13 May 2013

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MATT DRUDGE ✔ @DRUDGE

Gov't will have your ObamaCare ID #, access your health records, see your meds, know your diagnosis...
5:27 AM - 13 May 2013

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MATT DRUDGE ✔ @DRUDGE

Hackers will finally know if Bill Clinton has herpes. Hillary takes Topomax. When Pelosi had Botox. Obama's valium dose. Biden's latest MRI.
5:35 AM - 13 May 2013

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MATT DRUDGE ✔ @DRUDGE

White House official will know the health status of a reporter grilling him... "Mr. Woodward, do you really want to go there?"
5:49 AM - 13 May 2013

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MATT DRUDGE ✔ @DRUDGE

And in 25 years after the great civil war, after American Holocaust is over, a brave new president will unplug the database, vow NEVER AGAIN
6:04 AM - 13 May 2013

In another news:

Nullification Picking Up Steam, Says Pollster

Posted by Thomas Woods on May 12, 2013 05:30 PM

Rasmussen reports: "On the general question of 'nullification,' 44 percent believe states should have the right to block any federal laws they disagree with on legal grounds. Thirty-six percent disagree and 20 are undecided."

This despite constant demonization and a relentless stream of long-refuted arguments against nullification and decentralization.

I am covering this very issue Tuesday night (May 14) in Milwaukee at the Wisconsin Forum, and reviving the infamous zombie character in New York City on June 8.




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The revolution point is reached when the pain and suffering

that comes from the present political arrangements exceeds the pain and suffering people perceive will come from rising up against their rulers. When enough people have had it up to their eyebrows, all it will take is a trigger event. A trigger event could be one of many possible unexpected events. For example, had Obama moved unilaterally to confiscate guns, civil war would have probably been the immediate result as people banned together to resist. One bold person might just lose it and instead of just gawking others will be emboldened by his actions and join in. You just can't precisely predict the trigger event. Look at some of the States that today are asserting their 10th amendment rights, or at least making noises in that direction.

When it does come the military will be just as split as the general population. Those in power will not have their full support, and in fact some will defect, taking their weapons with them. There will unlikely be armies in the field fighting conventional battles. It will be guerrilla warfare; assassinations, bombings, small scale raids, and sabotage; those who occupy the seats of power and their supporters along with all their families will be unsafe and this will be true for the rebels too. What is now settled by votes or courts will be settled by violence.

You can't assume that in even 10 or 15 years the economy will be the same as today. There is a strong possibility that it will continue to shrink under the weight of unmanageable debt, and economic suffering will be severe. You can't even be sure the electric grid can survive during a civil uprising or even survive the exponentially increasing cost to acquire the energy to fuel it or the rest of the economy. There is lots of crap going on that is below the surface, and it wouldn't take much to peel away the thin veneer of civility that we now really only pretend.

"Bend over and grab your ankles" should be etched in stone at the entrance to every government building and every government office.

There won't be a civil war...

There won't be a civil war... Just civil disobedience.

Once the dollar crashes, the feds and states will go completely bankrupt... The power structure will crumble under its own weight. They won't be able to pay to enforce all of their laws and regulations so i think millions of people will simply ignore the government... Basically, the government will become irrelevant to modern-day life.

In my opinion we are going to witness a slow disintegration of all government structures and programs and the private economy will take over the government's role in roads, police, food safety, schools etc.

It's not going to be as dramatic as you guys think.

Someone will borrow a lot of money and loot us to pay for it.

What is it we are fighting for? Who are we supposed to hate this decade? The same folks from last decade.

Free includes debt-free!

Possible, but it seems unlikely.

I think this or two primary reasons.
A.) there seems to be a bit of an issue as to how to organize a successful reestablishment of the Republic with the present electronic police state apparatus in place: having a successful counter insurgency requires much planning and communications of said plan. For example D-Day took over two years to plan and implement, and that's with almost perfect secrecy and unhindered assembly; things any erstwhile patriot does not enjoy today.
1.) overcoming technical hurdles of lack of secure communications between widespread parties.
2.) overcoming a vast differential in martial equipment available: the enemy is a juggernaught compared to a flea.
3.) overcoming logistical concerns: an army only fights until its hunger for food exceeds it's hunger for victory.
4.) strategic concerns: counterattack the insurgents where, when, and with whom
5.) the odds of an unorganized open counter insurgency being sucessful are somewhat greater than the odds of winning the power ball lottery.
I'm NOT advocating ANYTHING HERE, I'm only presenting FACTS for thoughtful discussion, hoping cooler heads prevail. Our founders enjoyed several advantages we DO NOT AT PRESENT ENJOY. They had a Martial ( Kentucky Long Rifle ), a tactical ( advantage in terrain knowlege and reinforment ability ), and a HUGE logistical advantage. We are out gunned, out reinforced, and out of supplies: how, if possible do we reverse these conditions?

B.) and it's my first love, Biblical Prophecy. Most here don't know that I'm a very diligent student of Gods word from the oldest of texts ( Textus Recptivus , 5century AD , 1000 individual text documents in Hebraic , Koine, and Araimaic Greek ) and have some small understanding of Biblical prophecy.
1.) America in the Bible : Revelation 13:11-18, we are the Sea Beast, this knowledge is assertained by the correct interpretations of the Book of Daniel , chapters 2,3,7, &8. For the Little Horn power of Daniel 7 is the lynchpin in determining who the Sea Beast is, for the Little Horn is ALSO the Beast out of the Earth in Revelations 13:1-10.
Rather then spending the next 50 hours guiding you step by step through these books, word by word from the Hebraic and the Greek originals ( to get accurate context as well as the meaning of the word as written originally ), I will simply ask that you consider these following truths, and will gladly discuss in minute detail the specifics via an email exchange should anyone request too so as not to contend Gods word, or fill Michaels ( out of respect ) website with discussions of great length.
America is to cause the " whole world to worship the first beast " by creating an " image like unto it ". The First beast is the worlds oldest religious/ political power, and she will do in the last days what is proven history she has once already done: rule the entire known world. Therefor America, in order to create of herself an image like unto the first beast, must become a religious/political world dominating power. The question then is, has America already accomplished this, some say yes, but she has NOT done so in the image of the first beast but in her own image.
To be concise, it's highly unlikely that a fragmented, war torn America can create such an image. But an America, fed up with the present batch of anti-American Socialists can most assuredly move the Overton Window so extreme right that we do become a religious/ political power as a knee jerk response to the evil presently among us. This will be brought about by supposed ( nominal ; in name only ) Christians who will demand a national religion of Christianity as a punishment upon the progressive socialists, not knowing what they have just brought about because they lack knowledge ( and true love of God ) in scripture. At present America is chalk full of such Christians, we've all met our fair share.
I didn't share this to argue, nor to belittle anyone; I believe because of twenty years of a very close personal experience, intensive detailed study habits, and a strong urge towards truth. Much the very same reasons I'm a libertarian.
So, Matt Drudge, my homepage for news dude, your gift of profetic is not nearly as good as your gift for aggregating the news., don't quit your day job.

God Bless
Stēkō

Drew, by the very grace of GOD through the blood of Christ Jesus.
"there shall come after us men whom shall garner great wealth using our system, and having done so shall seek to slam the door of prosperity behind them." George Washington

Not Civil War. Civil

Not Civil War. Civil Insurrection. That's war on our government employees who are tyrannical.

How about

a "civil, Public Servant Employment-contract-cessation"??

lol.D

Predictions in due Time...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zGDisyWkIBM

"Let it not be said that no one cared, that no one objected once it's realized that our liberties and wealth are in jeopardy." - Dr. Ronald Ernest Paul

The war is coming, no doubt

I'm just praying it doesn't last 25 years.

If Tyranny and Oppression come to this land, it will be in the guise of fighting a foreign enemy.
James Madison

Exaggerate much? I read some

Exaggerate much?

I read some satire/sarcasm/maybes in there...

moi, just a messenger:

except:

Like, Whoa Dude: Drudge warns of American Civil War 2.0, SOON!
Submitted by AnCapMercenary on Mon, 05/13/2013 - 16:53

Courtesy of LRC, via Robert Wenzel:

rest are wholly the words of Robert Wenzel, Matt Drudge, the Politico scribe, and Tom Woods.

NOT hoping for one, nor EVER wishing for one, but seeing the current trajectory... I'd be surprised if there isn't one around the corner, soon...

Predictions in due Time...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zGDisyWkIBM

"Let it not be said that no one cared, that no one objected once it's realized that our liberties and wealth are in jeopardy." - Dr. Ronald Ernest Paul

Politicians records won't show because they get to opt out of

Obamacare. We will never get to know about Bill's herpes.

lol.

I'm not even sure, whether Hitlery even wants to know! LOL.

besides, it's just my wild guess, but don't think they actually share a bed together. yes, waaaay gossipy.D

Predictions in due Time...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zGDisyWkIBM

"Let it not be said that no one cared, that no one objected once it's realized that our liberties and wealth are in jeopardy." - Dr. Ronald Ernest Paul

Here's to Tom!

for laying down years of tireless educational efforts!

In another news:

Nullification Picking Up Steam, Says Pollster

Posted by Thomas Woods on May 12, 2013 05:30 PM

Rasmussen reports: "On the general question of 'nullification,' 44 percent believe states should have the right to block any federal laws they disagree with on legal grounds. Thirty-six percent disagree and 20 are undecided."

This despite constant demonization and a relentless stream of long-refuted arguments against nullification and decentralization.

Predictions in due Time...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zGDisyWkIBM

"Let it not be said that no one cared, that no one objected once it's realized that our liberties and wealth are in jeopardy." - Dr. Ronald Ernest Paul