Skip to comments.Don't Get Behind Adam Kokesh
Posted on 05/15/2013 12:01:54 PM PDT by IChing
When I first heard about plans this coming Fourth of July for an armed protest march from Arlington, Virginia, into and around the heart of Washington, D.C., I was all for it, and excited about it. I even thought I might join it, if the organizers stated sufficient numbers (10,000 people with guns) showed up for the event to be attempted.
Of course, I learned immediately that the march is supposed to be led by none other than the Alex Jones-like, rabble-rousing Iraq veteran & anti-war activist Adam Kokesh, a person of whom I have been pretty leery during these last couple of years.
I already knew, to some extent, that Kokesh is rather a rogue wild card in terms of his anarchist flavor of Ron Paul-esque, blame-America-first libertarian views and aims, and for his previous controversial protest exploits. Despite being a bit troubled by that aspect, I still thought the protest march to be a great idea, and high time someone stepped up to the plate and openly defied the unconstitutional regime in the District of Columbia and all that.
In earnest, I set about to argue the merits of joining the demonstration, along with others, against the myriad voices from all over the political spectrum who warned against it. I waded into various online forums and locked cyber-antlers with opponents, and as well, considered the evidence against Kokeshs motives, character, and allegiances proffered by some friendlies on the right.
I still think such a protest is a great idea in and of itself, and high time for someone to lead such an armed march on Washington. However, having weighed more factors than I previously realized were there, I now believe that Adam Kokesh is the wrong person to lead it.
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Especially with Obama backed into a corner.....
Just looking for an excuse to take the heat off himself.....
You don’t want them to say “See, this is exactly why the IRS was giving these ‘Tea Party Groups’ such scrutiny”
You still think this provocation is a great idea???
this sounds like a provocation-event orchestrated by the O administration
I’d be more worried about getting in front of him.
Oh gollygeewhiz, I almost followed Kokesh, but now I see that I really ought to follow this really good and sincere guy instead. Whew, what a close call...
They really do think we are stark raving mad, don’t they.
Worth repeating, watch who is behind Kokesh-
1. John Kerry (IVAW/VVAW connection)
2. Communist press (employed by Russia Today)
3. Code Pink (direct partnership)
He is worse than a liberal troll. He is an agent provocateur.
Best case scenario if you go: You are arrested, your weapon confiscated and you are left with a Felony which keeps you from voting, holding a good job, owning a gun or concealed carry.
Worst case scenario: Police and military fire on the attendees because someone in the crowd triggers an event which results in a National crack down on Conservatives and pro 2nd Amendment Patriots.
Though we correctly feel strongly about our 2nd Amendment rights, this is no way to show it. The left, liberals, the press and anti-constitutional members of Congress will use the march and any violence that may erupt as an excuse to further demonstrate why guns should be confiscated from otherwise law abiding Americans.
It does not matter who leads the march. A bad idea is a bad idea.
Some Bill Ayers parallels, going to Europe to undermine the war effort, etc.
Exactly. Kokesh is an agent provocateur of the regime.
Not preannounced and hyped as such, not planned in such a way so as to be so easily thwarted. Marchers should instead just arrive in D.C. under wraps, then muster inside the District and holster/shoulder/sling arms and proceed. With sufficient numbers of protesters, police would be unprepared, and more likely to give them a wide berth and deal with them the same way Occupy was dealt with—give them a pass. Or, at least arrest only a small number of “examples.”
The Tea Party should not call itself that unless it is willing to act in the spirit of the original, and engage in illegal activity on principle, risk arrest and consequences and hardship, etc. Tea Party is NOT about asking permsission, and backing down when permission is not granted , as was the case on Tax Day 2009, when the truckload of teabags intended to be unloaded near the White House was instead obediently turned around and driven back to Virginia, because the U.S. Park Police told the Tea Party organizers that the proper paperwork/permits were not in place. FUBAR
That’s awesome! LOL
The NRA better come out and denounce this. This ain’t no George Washington leading this.
“Let’s you and him fight.”