Under the influence of homegrown terrorists, activists have take over the government of Darlington, SC. They now occupy City Hall, have disbanded city council, put the mayor under house arrest and disarmed local police. With Darlington now under their control, the militia have quickly moved beyond city limits to establish “check points” on major transportation lines. All traffic on I-95, I-20 and commercial and passenger rail lines are have been stopped and searched for illegal aliens.
Leaders called a press conference to invoke the Declaration of Independence, calling for all people to alter or abolish existing governments and replace it with a constitutionally derived government. As mainstream politicians and citizens react with alarm, the “tea party” insurrectionists enjoy a groundswell of support from other tea party groups, militias, racist organizations, anti-immigrant associations and other right-wing groups.
Okay, you caught me – it’s not true. But I didn’t make it up. Retired Army Colonel Kevin Benson and Associate Professor Jennifer Weber at the University of Kansas created this scenario for the U.S. Army on how to properly destroy “extremist militia [insurgents] motivated by the goals of the tea party movement.
According to these two delusional people, after a change in control of the White House and Congress in 2012, “the governing party cuts off all funding that had been dedicated to boosting the economy toward relief.” And, as a result a “high profile and vocal minority [tea party] has directed the public’s fear and frustration at nonwhites and immigrants. After more almost ten years of race baiting and immigrant bashing by right-wind demagogues, nearly one in five Americans report being vehemently opposed to immigration, legal or illegal, and even U.S. born nonwhites have become occasional targets for mobs of angry whites.”
The military will have to define the battlefield and determine the actual threat so they will have a course of action. All federal military forces must follow the standing rules for the use of force specified by the Chairman of the Joint Chief of Staff, assuming that all instances of gunfire will be investigated. Combat units will conduct overt Show of Force operations to remind the insurrectionists [tea party] that they are now facing professional military forces with all the training and equipment that implies.
Of course after they call Obama and he adds the tea party member names to his kill list of potential terrorists I’m sure they will be mowed down without any fanfare.
Lest we forget the published warning from Janet Napolitano at the Department of Homeland Security as to what constitutes extreme right-wing:
“Extreme right-wing: groups that believe that one’s personal and/or national “way of life” is under attack and is either lost or that the threat is imminent (for some the threat is from a specific ethnic, racial or religious group), and believe in the need to be prepared for an attack either by participating in paramilitary preparations and training or surviva-ism. Groups may also be fiercely nationalistic (as opposed to universal and international in orientation), anti-global, suspicious of centralized federal authority, reverent of individual liberty and believe in conspiracy theories that involve grave threat to national sovereignty and/or personal liberty.”
Guilty as charged but too darn tired to take over government.
Doesn’t it seem a little strange that these two delusional people, along with the delusional people that work in the Obama Administration, would create a scenario that involved a peaceful grass-roots organization? Would’t it be a little more realistic to have use Occupy Wall Street, the Mexican Drug Cartel which has already taken over much the border states, or active Terrorists groups that are already operating within the United States?
Oops, I guess it is racist of me to suggest that nutty liberals, Mexicans or Muslims would want to inflict harm on American citizens.