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    What Will They Say About The Blaze Now?

    What Will They Say About The Blaze Now?

    The website The Blaze has obtained audio of a union organizer presently or recently working for SEIU divulging a plan to collapse the banking system:

    A partial transcript is here.

    The interesting thing is that The Blaze received critical acclaim from the left for its assertion that the NPR tapes were improperly edited. I did not agree with that assessment.

    So I can’t wait to see how The Blaze is attacked by those who just a couple of weeks ago were holding The Blaze up as the paradigm of integrity.

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    This is the left. If we had more people recording liberal meetings, I would bet that there would be quite a few more of these to post.

    Perhaps it's SEIU that needs to be destabilized. And i mean through undermining their public image from within their organization. That and a 'war of attrition' challenging their "community organization" aspect by offering people a better, less organized/more autonomous alternative.

    "Treason. Plain and simple." How so? The banking system has been a huge burdan for much of the country. Besides, the bailout provided liquidity for countries not our own. Treason?

    Anyway, you have nothing to worry about.I can't see people getting on board for such an elaborate campaign.

    I think with the previous story… there is an instinct in some people to be just contrarian now and then. i think they think it demonstrates independance. now of course when you think most of the people on your "side" is wrong about something you should let them know. but some people go out of their way to disagree.

    i think that is what happened with the prior blaze piece.

    also it is very much a creature of glenn beck and he is not a simple conservative or whatever.

    and that tape goes directly toward what he is saying all along, which is that there are people on the left literally trying to take down the government. that is frankly true, my skepticism is this. it has been true many times and many people have talked big about destroying the US, but it all turned out to be mainly talk in the past and i am not sure why he thinks it won't be in the future.

    Wisconsin is ground zero – in more ways than one…If someone has already pointed this out, my apologies, but…

    THIS THING IS ALREADY IN PLAY: If you listened to the tape at or on The Blaze – where Stephen Lerner brags about an unfolding campaign to be launched to take down JP Morgan Chase and destroy the financial industry – you heard the plan: "The goal would be that we will roll out of New York the first week of May. We will connect three ideas:

    — that we are not broke there is plenty of money

    — they have the money – we need to get it back

    — and that they are using Bloomberg and other people in government as the vehicle to try and destroy us

    And so we need to take on those folks at the same time. And that we will start here we are going to look at a week of civil disobedience – direct action all over the city."

    Then he says it can't look like the Labor Unions are doing it. It's gotta be the "community organizers" that are doing it…

    Then, in Wisconsin, MICHAEL MOORE says:

    — "we're not broke.

    — This country is not broke; state of Wisconsin is not broke.

    — There's a ton of cash in this country, trillions of dollars of it….What's happened is that we've allowed a vast majority of that cash to be concentrated in the hands of just a few people …We've allowed them to take that.

    — That's not theirs, that's a national resource, that's ours."

    It's already in play – and no one even saw it coming.

    "They play on your fears." And more.

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