Skip to comments.Agent Provocateur Mad Hatters want to crash your Tea Party
Posted on 04/09/2010 10:49:20 AM PDT by sheikdetailfeather
Warning: Marinated-in-Marxism Democrats and supporters are hot on the trail of Tea Party patriots.
They have launched a Crash the Tea Party (CTTP) website: crashtheteaparty.org on the eve of the April 15 anniversary of the Tea Party.
WHO WE ARE, Crash The Tea Party style, is a lesson in Marxism 101: A nationwide network of Democrats, Republicans, and Independents who are sick and tired of that loose affiliation of racists, homophobes, and morons; who constitute the fake grass-roots movement which calls itself The Tea Party.
(Excerpt) Read more at canadafreepress.com ...
WHAT WE WANT: To dismantle and demolish the Tea Party by any non-violent means necessary.
HOW WE WILL SUCCEED: By infiltrating the Tea Party itself! In an effort to propagate their pre-existing propensity for paranoia and suspicion
We have already sat quietly in their meetings, and observed their rallies.
They better be careful because I do not think they will be welcome.
Carry a video camera or video capable phone to Youtube their identities and provocations.
WARNING: They may be armed.
While the CTTP-people says “any non-violent means” I doubt that it will stay non-violent.
Let them walk in the front door so they can be carried out the back.
There is an upcoming tea party (as opposed to Tea Party) rally in Houston soon.
It’s being co-sponsored by 3 different ideologically similar (but separately owned competative) radio stations (700AM, 950AM, and 1070AM).
It’s being held at racetrack rather than a city park or civic venue.
The good thing is that since it is private property, they can evict the trouble makers if they want to (and they are aware of efforts to disrupt their event).
This from the first post at the site listed there:
Post subject: Crash the Tea Party WebsitesPosted: April 9th, 2010, 12:42 pm
Joined: April 9th, 2010, 12:29 pm
These darlings in the Tea Party movement are quite afraid of violent rhetoric. Let us use this. We should begin to create fake accounts, and post such rhetoric and watch as they get extremely upset...it is quite funny to watch. I posted something similar (farther down the page) to this on the Tea Party patriots website and instantly stirred the hornets nest. If we want to corrupt the image of this short-lived populist movement, we should be promoting violence in the name of the movement. Post on their websites and bring the radical rhetoric to their rallies, especially on 4/15.
Consider rhetoric like this:
The Invisible Tea Party
My proclamation is simple: the current Tea Party Movement needs more violence. There is a coming insurrection in this country towards our worthless government and this movement is the vehicle to deliver this momentous change.
Many will mock and preach out against this type of activism, the most cynical would not even call it activism, but do let the cowards fool you. Everything is about to change. Not through a ballot box, not through elected officials, not through any system man has conceived to rule himself. The change will come from the minds of the bravest TPPs and his or her methods will be considered very extreme by those who fear for his/her societal or ruling position.
The mainstream Tea Party Movement that controls this site is afraid of posts like these and often deletes and suspends free thinkers such as ourselves. Such cowardice can not stand in such a beautiful movement
More to follow
The Invisible Tea Party
That would be from:
Then bring your video cams and any other ways to document their behavior. Has anyone collected Breitbart’s $100,000 reward? Nope.
They only want to get one story of one of us at a rally going after then with verbal or physical abuse onto MSNBC, ABC, CNN,..., and they will have won the engagement.
(Self defense against physical attack is of course another matter entirely).
More to read here:
They are planning violence.
Posted as a comment on the article:
Here is the information I came up with on a Whois Search:
Created On: 03-Apr-2010
Expiration Date: 03-Apr-2012
Registrant ID: CR45137659
Registrant Name: Jason Levin
Registrant Street1: 8575 SW Birch Street
Registrant City: Portland
Registrant State/Province: Oregon
Registrant Postal Code: 97223
Registrant Phone: +1.5039366588
Registrant Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone number listed is a cell phone, no such street number listed though.
Two twitter accounts for that name. This one is listed for a Jason Levin in Portland Oregon, http://twitter.com/xenex11 where he tweets about the URL.
This on is listed on the site discussion board - http://twitter.com/tpartycrasher
So they will circulate "viral" propaganda by posing at Tea Parties purely to smear the participants. This is criminal conspiracy as they are seeking to push the "hate speech" mantra. The only ones engaging in such crimes will be the Communist agitators.
Seeing THREE arms on this one makes it suspicious. They clearly want to see it shot in a photo at the event (the photo that was snapped and circulated by a critic of conservative politics)
When they make violent threats, they are engaging in criminal activity (even if it is as a wolf in sheep's clothing trying to smear the "sheep"). Don't look to the Injustice Department to take down the DNC Brownshirts. They are "protected" terrorist agents by this administration.
Also, why are they facing their sign to the “back” of the room, rather than the stage (where they are presumably trying to get Perry’s attention).
But it went viral as a DNC mocking point.
Careful now, because those that you say you spy upon will turn around and rat you out!
Anyone remember the kids toy that was a squirt gun with some colored liquid that washed right out of your clothes? I think it had a purple ink in it.
Something like that would work. Someone starts to act up, and they get squirted, and spend the rest of the day with a big purple dot on their clothing. Lets everyone know they are just there to cause trouble.
"So, is this for real or is it a false flag operation run by the tea party to make anti-tea partiers look like jerks?"Progressive paranoia should do the rest.
They are already “crashing” the Tea Party that is the REAL USA.
They can’t get anymore nasty or despicable.
To me, this “announcement” seems like the tactic they used to help elect Obama: ‘there will be race riots if he doesn’t win blah blah blah “
I think the majority of people are fed up.
That looks like the event in Houston where Sarah Palin campaigned for Perry. There were pre-made signs littered about the floor and presumably the upper seats as well. I thought it a bit odd, astroturf-like, but presumably the Perry people brought them in ahead of time.
Just to be helpful of course.
The MSM (ABC, CBS, NBC, CNN, Time, Newsweek, LA Times, NY Times, Washington Post, Christian Science Monitor, PBS, NPR, MSNBC, etc) should be asked when they are going to expose the CTTP’s plot.
Ha! Just saw this posted on the site:
“And with this website I give you proof that libs just aren’t so bright. Thanks for telegraphing your moves. If you had even a tiny bit of a brains in your head you’d realize that you’ve given “we the people” a group that can be pointed to as proof that the tea party isn’t behind any sort of bad behavior which might occur at tea party rallies. Trust me when I say that the tea party cameras will be rolling when you pull whatever silly stunts you’re planning... and that each of you, as individuals, will be exposed and linked, by photo, to this goofy cause of yours. Technology is great, ain’t it?
You fools would have done much better not to let us all know what you’re up to...
We’ll see who get’s crashed.”
Someone from Portland can determine through the local register of deeds or tax records if the person owns that property.
They may crash the tea parties, however, they will be heavily out numbered in most of the parties and everyone attending the tea parties for the right reason should bring
a good solid wooden cane for support.
typical left wing loons.
Love how they say they are free thinkers and then go onto to write something like what they write.
Dopes all of them
They have to be told what to say and what to think in order to speak out against somethi9ing what they want.
Simple question for them.
Do you want the Govt in your life and do you think Govt has run anything well and successful.
Have you lived in a socialist country?
I have so shut up and go away until you actually know what you are talking about in the mean time enjoy Govt running this country into the ground and enjoy your long waiting time to see a Doc
come on the far left have never been that bright to start with. Why else do you think they have to sue bumper sticker slogans and be told what to write and say at protests.
I’ve not met one person yet form the far left who actually knows what they are talking about or has any idea what their bumper slogans really mean when question and pressed on it.
They too had better be careful as tea party demo’s are policed by tea party people. Any one with a stupid sign is told straight away, anyone with a racist sign is told to leave and throw then sign away and if they do choose trouble then many areas where these are held have police which actually support tea parties.
Take a camera, watch others there and then ask them to leave , if not then call the police first on them.
“mad hatters” at least will be a convenient term to ID those who seek to upset the movement through shenanigans.
But they are trully the “teabaggers” in our midst.
Funny term that Anderson Cooper bestowed on the tea party movement, teabagger. A homosexual coined term and yet the media and the pinko Left call the tea partiers “homophobic” while using a homophobic insult.
Sarah should stay far, far away from the politically toxic Rick Perry.
google: national spelling bee winners that were home schooled
I think it will be obvious who can spell and who can’t.
Okay, so the radicals want to chill the speech of law abiding citizens because they dont agree with their message? How un-American is that?
Heres what you can do to thwart their attempt:
1. Email the teaparty crashers at email@example.com and let them know you do not support their effort of infringing upon the rights of others to free speech.
2. You can email PayPal at firstname.lastname@example.org and let them know that www.crashtheteaparty.org is accepting chartable donations and is not a registered charity in the state of Oregon so naturally we fear they may be committing fraud.
3. Finally, you can email the person who registered www.crashtheteaparty.org at email@example.com his name is Jason Levin. His website is here; http://www.zane-levin.com/ Apparently he is a technology consultant who graduated from San Francisco State University. Go figure.
NOTE: Do not give this guy any ammunition. Just let him know that it is ironic that self-proclaimed proponents of free speech will go to great lengths to attempt to quash the speech of those with whom they dont agree.
Thanks for the advice!
Kristinn - Maybe this should be something to get out in front on with the media (in your spare time ;-) so at least the MSM may have second thoughts about sensationalizing racist or violence oriented signs/interviews, misspelled signs, etc.
Just a thought ... especially with nationwide Tea Parties scheduled for 4/15/2010! Thanks. ;-)
Same for North Texas. We are having the Lone Star Tea Party with 30+ groups in a private facility. Any infiltrators will be ejected. And we have ‘Zo speaking!
Ummmmm.... if the tea party movement is so ‘short lived’, why are they so upset about it?
Try as I may, I simply cannot think like a lib. I guess I don’t drink enough.
You are 100% correct. When Timothy McVey (Scumbag nut) pulled his stunt it all but shut down the patriot and militia movements as people recoiled at the mayhem and wanted to distance themselves from the movements.
I am not comparing the Tee Parties with the militia movement in any way except to note that they are vulnerable to the same things, infiltration by leftwing agent provocateurs attempting to discredit the movement or infiltration by anarchist to sow discord.
Given the very lack of structure of the Tee Parties I dont see how they can overcome this. They cant kick people out of an organization that does not really exist and there is no leadership who can speak for the group as a whole. The left and the MSN already know this and are just waiting for their white knight to step in and fulfill the narrative they have so carefully crafted.
Its going to happen and we can expect 24/7 coverage for as long as it takes to demoralize the movement because no one will want to be associated with whatever outrage they can link to the Tee Parties real or not.
On the positive side we have gotten much better at exposing these frauds quickly and in breaking up the MSN narratives. Stay frosty everyone.
Ok. If the whois info you have was for the actual registrant of the website, he’s now given false, fraudulent registration information to the .org registrar, which should be grounds for having the domain name registration revoked. This is the full whois record that I get this morning when I pull the data:
Created On:03-Apr-2010 22:52:43 UTC
Last Updated On:06-Apr-2010 17:20:20 UTC
Expiration Date:03-Apr-2012 22:52:43 UTC
Sponsoring Registrar:GoDaddy.com, Inc. (R91-LROR)
Status:CLIENT DELETE PROHIBITED
Status:CLIENT RENEW PROHIBITED
Status:CLIENT TRANSFER PROHIBITED
Status:CLIENT UPDATE PROHIBITED
Registrant Name:Ben Franklin
Registrant Street1:3 chestnut lane
Registrant Postal Code:19115
Registrant Phone Ext.:
Registrant FAX Ext.:
Admin Name:Ben Franklin
Admin Street1:3 chestnut lane
Admin Postal Code:19115
Admin Phone Ext.:
Admin FAX Ext.:
Tech Name:Ben Franklin
Tech Street1:3 chestnut lane
Tech Postal Code:19115
Tech Phone Ext.:
Tech FAX Ext.:
The name is now listed as “Ben Franklin” and the address as “3 Chestnut Lane, Philadelphia, PA 19115” - that address does not exist.
Also, the telephone number is now listed as 215-752-1992, which resolves to a publicly available record for a line registered to a “S. Lamonoff” with a street address of “121 Trappe Ln,Langhorne, PA 19047-1432” which does show up in a google maps search.
Apparently, this dweeb is so clueless - or so penniless - that he doesn’t know about private registrations, which would have both kept his info private and also kept his domain name registration legitimate. As it is, since he’s now got false info on the domain name registration, that’s grounds for having that domain name registration revoked. Since we have almost 100% proof of a fraudulent registration, we should all contact the .org domain name registrar, as well as the webhosting company that’s currently hosting the website - ipower.com - and demand that they revoke the domain name registration on account of the false, fraudulent information.