Getting to the last paragraph, I found that the author did indeed make that very clear, and he goes on to say something we all need to hear:
"we must reinforce and broadcast to the world that violence is not the answer .... just as Tea Partiers effectively quashed the allegations of racism, we must police our ranks to insure that no one countenances anything even remotely close to what the Alinsky-inspired left is goading us to do."
If you need proof, go check how the politicial atmosphere was in Germany particularily from 1934 on. As the National Socialist Worker's Party, aided by Gerbbles, the propgand minister and others, made the Jews more and more scapegoats of all of Germany's problems.
As it stands now Conservatives, paricularily Christian Conservatives are being named as the cause of all wrongs. In time,all Whites and those who identify with them will be included.The attacks by the media are going to increase in volume, intensity ,and content until the desired results are achieved.
There is a balance to be maintained, there.
It is not a question of whether segments of the Conservative population would defend, with any means necessary, their way of life and indeed, their lives and those of their loved ones.
It is a question of whether that segment would seek the violent overthrow of the legitimate Government.
The danger comes in where the assumption is made that those who would defend are actively seeking revolt, and while there may be a rare few who would revolt for minor causes, I think the general case is that the vast majority of people would reserve such options for a last resort.
The other danger, is that so much effort would be put forth to 'prove nonviolent aims', that that the option of revolt in extremis, becomes removed from the public psyche.
The credible power the masses hold over government is not at the ballot box, but the ability to forcibly, if necessary, revoke such consent as given there, should the situation warrant.
Government should have a healthy, rational, fear of its constituents, such is the first check to unbridled power.
When government irrationally pursues the means to forcibly remove any perceived source of that fear rather than control its own aims, ambitions, and usurpations, it is a sign that something is grievously wrong with the mindset of our servants in the public sector, military or civilian.