Skip to comments.Homeland Security Enlists Clergy to Quell Public Unrest if Martial Law Ever Declared
Posted on 08/16/2007 6:59:53 PM PDT by FroedrickVonFreepenstein
Could martial law ever become a reality in America? Some fear any nuclear, biological or chemical attack on U.S. soil might trigger just that. KSLA News 12 has discovered that the clergy would help the government with potentially their biggest problem: Us.
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We may find out sooner of later.
Prior to the institution of the Dept of Homeland security, I wouldn’t have believed it. Prior to the discrediting of the church and Christian values I wouldn’t have believed it. Now, we’re just another aspiring 3rd world nation...and there’s no reason it couldn’t happen.
It's The Divine Right of The State.
So what do we do? This is the nightly news calmly discussing the institution of martial law, the confiscation of firearms, and the use of clergy as propagandists by the government. All this done by Democrats and Republicans together. It’s as if the Republic is already gone.
Dr. Tuberville elaborated, “because the government’s established by the Lord, you know. And, that’s what we believe in the Christian faith. That’s what’s stated in the scripture.”
And added, plus they are giving us truck loads of cash to help them deliver our sheep to the kool-aid cafe.
My best guess: the reason Homeland Security is going this route is because of inner-city black people. Throughout American history, black ministers have been practically the only form of authority respected by most black people. The Reverend Martin Luther King, Jr., Jesse Jackson, and Al Sharpton are only the most recent of these authority figures. Rightly or wrongly, many inner-city blacks do not trust cops, soldiers, or other forms of “honky” authority to at in their interest; thus, it is far more likely than not that in a major civil emergency they would trust (and follow directions from) a black clergyman. Thus the drive to enlist the support of black clergymen now, before Al-Qaida or Hurricane Zzyzzx gets in its next shot.
You’ll notice that this news report originates in Shreveport, Louisiana a city with a huge (and deeply troubled) inner-city black population. My guess is that the law & order folks in north Louisiana are quietly getting their marbles into one sock in order to avoid a repeat of Katrina if Shreveport ever suffers a similiar civil emergency.
A specter is haunting the Pelican State: the specter of Lootie...
You can also find a discussion of this at the link below;
Hey, if an (R) does it that’s fine. Only bad if from the (D)’s...
Its as if the Republic is already gone.
I know you are not ready to throw in the towel.
Plenty of members of the National Guard were not to happy taking guns away from citizens in New Orleans after Katrina.
Lets just hope our troops are never spread way to thin over in the middle east that the US has to ask the UN to provide non US troops to protect our streets.
Sorry for my opinion , I just got a new tinfoil hat and it may be on a little too tight.
And, by then it's just too damned late. Your rights have been tramped into the earth never to be seen or heard of again. To Hell with that!!
Sadly not too tight. Really the only way it could go down.
The extent to which lawlessness simmers beneath the surface of American life is not appreciated by many Americans. It is masked by nothing more than a plentiful supply of TV sport and fried chicken.
Katrina made New Orleans look like Mogadishu and its effects are still being felt. Al-Qaeda doesn't need to destroy America. We'll do it ourselves. All it needs to do is temporarily disrupt our gasoline supply or damage a few powerplants so we have no air conditioning and our "it's all about me" society will take it from there.
Yep and it’s not just the ghetto tribes that we have to worry about. There are trailer parks and old apartment buildings full of lily-white psychopaths that are every bit as dangerous to civilized people as are the homeboys from the ‘hood. They kill each other frequently enough now, but are kept in check by liberal doses of police brutality; imagine what would happen if these tribes of shirtless, meth-lab running, pit-bull-owning feral humans saw the opportunity to go on the rampage without worrying about Johnny Law kicking their asses. They tend to have lots of guns, too...
And then there are the barrios...
Running to the country is no solution. That’s where the trailer parks are. In a city you’ve got neighbors to cover the other end of the block if everything goes to hell; look at the way Koreatown in LA became a fortress during the Rodney King Riots. In town, you also have a better chance of blending in to the crowd and avoiding the attention of the predators. In an isolated country house, on the other hand, you are nothing but a big fat target and the sherriff and his boys are a long way away...
I think at some time during the 1860's, martial law was a reality in certain parts of the U.S.
Wow, the Clergymen who sign onto this need to ask themselves whom they serve, Govt or God?
True but I recall W.W.II and by golly we survived with those restrictions -- and the enemy was thousands of miles away. I think that our total civilian casualties in W.W.II was about what we've suffered so far in this war. All but a couple over there some place, mostly in the Pacific I believe.
The enemy is among us this time what the hell to you want government to do?
I personally doubt that the Second Amendment will be suspended -- the enemy and his toadies are well known and they'll be sent off to camp for the duration. Good. Many more may follow depending upon whether or not the first roundup stops the killings.
The war will be here, how can anyone expect no impact on our day-to-day lives?
PC restrictions will guarantee our defeat if we try to keep on keepin' on.
If it's a Rat Party (formerly the traditional, patriotic Democratic Party) president then we may be considered their enemy within. I'm counting on our military and most elements of LE to ignore the Rats and do the right thing.
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