Skip to comments.West Point center cites dangers of ‘far right’ in U.S.
Posted on 01/18/2013 8:21:54 AM PST by tgusa
A West Point think tank has issued a paper warning America about far right groups such as the anti-federalist movement, which supports civil activism, individual freedoms and self-government.
The report issued this week by the Combating Terrorism Center at the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, N.Y., is titled Challengers from the Sidelines: Understanding Americas Violent Far-Right.
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>> ‘think tank’ (mental masturbators) at West Point
I think we can safely assume where at least a handful of the queers in the military ended up.
The far left are “activists” and the far right are “extremists”. Hmmmmm. There’s something not right there.
The left is the most dangerous group in this country. Look at the murder rates of democrat communities.
Hmmm. Right leaning bad? Left leaning good? I would think that some emphasis on the “radical left wing extremists” that wish to subvert the constitution and crush the bill of rights would be more of a concern. But we are talking a think tank. Was it funded by g. soros? I could have sworn that when I took the oath (68) it was to protect and defend the constitution from all enemies foreign and domestic. I guess we have seen the enemy and it is.............us? WTH?
Carson City. Noon. Saturday 1/19.
So, they don’t see a problem with government trending Socialist/Marxist/Communist/Fascist/Totalitarian/Tyrannical.
Instead, they warn us about those who might exercise their Constitutional duty to interfere once said government goes too far.
I have no problem with them drawing the battle lines. I e always assumed the military would end up on the government side. But to all military, the oath you took was to the Constitution, not the government. When the phrase “ ...all smilies, foreign and domestic” was uttered who did you think the domestic enemy of the Constitution was likely to be? The People upholding it’s Bill of Rights or the self-aggrandizing, cult-of-personality smug sissy who always found himself too fine to join your ranks? Think on it soldier and decide carefully with whom you’ll throw your lot.
On another note, folks, the Left is now ensconced in the places where future US military leaders receive their training...
1. This follows Panetta making comments to Airborne Infantry troops just yesterday.
2. Note the lengths of enlistment. These west point folks will be in for 6 years, most of the grunts yesterday, 4.
This thing is going hot, during Obama's secodn term.
Damm”smiles” should be “enemies”
Damned autocorrect and flu
Here is WHY We need AR-15’s!!
Video of the story here:
The Battle of Athens: Restoring the Rule of Law
The military isn’t threatened by increased Statism.
That is until the state runs out of money from Statist policies, then the military has a problem.
I like it “all smilies, foreign and domestic
The smilies must be detroyed!
“...such as the anti-federalist movement, which supports civil activism, individual freedoms and self-government.”
THEY JUST DESCRIBED OUT FOUNDING FATHERS!!!!
Apparently this ‘think tank’ is fine with the administration putting tens of thousands of service folks out in the cold with the huge riff that is coming down the pike - as well as adding to the cost of the health insurance for retired military. I bet cutting military pensions will be next big push.
I expect this ‘think tank’ will publish something about the grotesque treatment of our servicemen as a good thing, since it comes from this administration they apparently worship.
I wonder what Sam Adams, Patrick Henry, George Mason, James Monroe, Otis Warren et al would say.
The smilies must be detroyed!
I believe it was "SMILIES DELENDA EST" in the original Latin...
Make them define “Right Wing.”
The smiles of my smiles is my freeper.
As an example of the cryptic twaddle, in the introduction we find the following jewel:
"The typology illustrates that extremists link their behavior with their underlying ideology and reinforce each other in the organizational frameworks of the American violent far right. From a theoretical perspective, this constitutes a further indication of the perception among some parts of the academic community that terrorism is an instrument of symbolic discourse which is shared by violent groups and their adversaries. Target selection is thus not based just on operational considerations, but is one component, among others, that allows extremist groups to shape their message using violent practices. Timing, weapons used, and target locations are only part of all possible components that shape the symbolic message conveyed by any specific attack. In this context, the policy implications are clear. If the different far right extremist groups are driven by different ideological sentiments, and are thus also engaged in distinguishable tactics, then the counterterrorism response must be tailored appropriately for the movement involved."
Perhaps someone more literate can translate this. I'm too dimwitted, and my skill at leftist gobbledygook and baby-talk is a little rusty.
Yeah, the very same nonsense in the Declaration of Independence and Constitution that West Point grads end up swearing to uphold and defend against all enemies foreign and domestic...
So these clowns think their own cadets are future "far right" terrorists??
“...warning America about far right groups ......... which supports civil activism, individual freedoms and self-government.
Sure sounds like a threat to me.
Does West Point teach the Constitution, the law of the land established by the Founders that all cadets swear to protect and defend?
As one who has plenty of friends and associates from all the academies, let me assure you that the vast, vast vast majority of opinion within those institutions is that the Obamdork is a felon/cretin/muslim sympathasizer who runs a party that disdains the military.
That “think tank” is obviously on the marshmallow (e.g., math is NOT their friend) side of the aisle, and most probably only uses the West Point name because of location.
Take a moment to check out these mental masturbators:
"A West Point think tank has issued a paper warning America about far right groups such as the anti-federalist movement"
They go on to describe the "anti-federalist" as...
espouse strong convictions regarding the federal government, believing it to be corrupt and tyrannical, with a natural tendency to intrude on individuals civil and constitutional rights. Finally, they support civil activism, individual freedoms, and self government. Extremists in the anti-federalist movement direct most their violence against the federal government and its proxies in law enforcement.
Someone is finally taking Patrick Henry's little group seriously!
I think all the Army fags were recruited into this “think tank”. That way, the subversive action could be coordinated against sane, common sense Americans. Just like Hollywood.
Your not dimwitted, the quote is a sample of the sort of pretentious psuedo-intellectualism leftists excrete and consume and is a true nonsense sentence. The surest proof of this is found with a logical/grammatical substitutional syllogism. The "this" in the sentence containing "...,this constitutes a further indication..." can only refer to the previous statement which begins with "The typology illustrates that extremists link their behavior..." Replacing "this" with the prior language produces:
*"From a theoretical perspective, the typology [which] illustrates that extremists link their behavior with their underlying ideology and reinforce each other in the organizational frameworks of the American violent far right constitutes a further indication of the perception among some parts of the academic community that terrorism is an instrument of symbolic discourse which is shared by violent groups and their adversaries."
So a typology employed by one group of people constitutes an indication of the perception among a different bunch of people that terrorism is an instrument of symbolic discourse among the first lot. This is claimed without regard for laws of causation or the appearance of telepathy.
How do these pinkos square their oath to the constituional Republic with this anti-American communist war propaganda nonsense?
How does West Point justify host an anti-American, anti-constitutional political communist studies division?
When the Islamic pinko is out of office, we must pursue these “military” treasonous pinkos who have snuck into West Point.
The left has taken over all our institutions of teaching, as shown here, including the military.
The right abandoned institutions of learning in the 1960’s, and conservative money went instead to think tanks. That served conservatives well in the short term. But now the failure of that policy is all too clear.
Generation after generation of Americans have been raised on a steady unchallenged diet of moral equivalency, hatred of capitalism, sexual perversion and promiscuity, and dependence.
I fear for what we have become.
Tried to find contact info for West point.. Google was ummm unable to connect.. Still looking!
It’s probably already too late. We should have pursued this crap when it first started.
Barry “thinks” of himself as another... better version of FDR. FDR served four terms. Do the logic math.
“When the Islamic pinko is out of office, we must pursue these military treasonous pinkos who have snuck into West Point.”
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