The 2010 Mutiny & Revolution!
April 7, 2010
There’s two dynamics in the above title to today’s commentary. A mutiny is a rebellion against legal authority, especially by the military- refusing to obey orders. Whose orders? Well, in this case the Commander-in-Chief, otherwise known as Barack Hussein Obama. A revolution is the overthrow of a ruler or political system. Can you say the Democratic Party? Can you say Tea Party?
Can you say web bot linguistics? Say what?
Those who are familiar with Cliff High (HalfPastHuman web site) and his web bot linguistics time machine know that the revolutionary meme has been showing up for some time, especially around July 4-8. George Ure (Urban Survival web site) has chronicled this many times; however, what’s it all mean? Let’s look at some recent events and see if you can connect the dots.
>Nov. 2009 we saw the suicide attack at Ft. Hood
>Feb. 2010 we saw the suicide attack on the Austin IRS office building
>Mar. 2010 we saw the suicide attack outside the Pentagon
>April 2010 we SEE a Congress that has 9-11% approval ratings and polls showing that more than 80% of the citizenry feel that the Federal government (as opposed to State and local) is dysfunctional and doesn’t work.
Add to the growing discontent the fact that more than 26,000,000 Americans (once workers) have exhausted most of their savings if not all, many have lost their homes, and more are becoming desperate: revolutionary-style desperate.
Add to the above the fact that Obama has now put his cards on the table so the world can see what hand he’s playing (nuclear disarmament) leaving us and especially our military vulnerable. Have you read the Armed Forces Journal recently? The February 201 issue has a copy of the United States Constitution along with the title “Dereliction of Duty”. Additionally you can read, “The U.S. faces a number of difficult challenges in civil-military relations that carry with them profound effects on our national security. Among these issues are declining popular support for the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, growing isolation between the U.S. military and the society it serves, and unresolved disputes over the limits of executive authority.”
Unresolved disputes over limits of executive authority is code for… MUTINY!
Who would have belied that we would find America where we do today? And my take is that TODAY is much better than what TOMORROW potentially has in store and I’m talking about the next nine months of 2010, not December 21, 2012.