Thursday, October 23, 2008

Evidence that the GOP Plans to Steal the Election

Police departments across the country are 'beefing up their ranks' in anticipation of violence, civil unrest or peaceful protests on election day. Police merely 'gearing up' for unrest is one thing. But a combat brigade has been withdrawn from Iraq for the stated objective of dealing with 'civil unrest'. That's something else! It's against the law.

Clearly --the police powers of established 'government' anticipate that the GOP will steal another election. Cops and troops probably know what we are left to fear: another GOP attack on the Constitution, Democracy and legitimate government.
Police departments in cities across the country are beefing up their ranks for Election Day, preparing for possible civil unrest and riots after the historic presidential contest.

Public safety officials said in interviews with The Hill that the election, which will end with either the nation’s first black president or its first female vice president, demanded a stronger police presence.

Some worry that if Barack Obama loses and there is suspicion of foul play in the election, violence could ensue in cities with large black populations. Others based the need for enhanced patrols on past riots in urban areas (following professional sports events) and also on Internet rumors.

--Police Prepare for Unrest
Another stolen election is cause for 'civil unrest'. Another stolen election destroys the very legitimacy of government. Another stolen election is the only way McCain gets into the White House. Another stolen election is --in fact --a treasonous 'coup d'etat'.
Normally, a coup does not seek to destroy the basic structure of the existing government, which is more typical of a revolution or a war for liberation. Instead, Luttwak explains, those undertaking a true coup d'etat "want to seize power within the present system, and [they] shall only stay in power if [they] embody some new status quo supported by those very forces which a revolution may seek to destroy." 6 (Emphasis in original.)

In other words, the coup takes advantage of the governmental structure itself, as well as the bureaucratic nature of modern governments. There is an established hierarchy, an accepted chain of command, and standard procedures that are followed when instructions come down this pipeline. So long as the instructions come from the appropriate source or level of authority, they will almost always be followed even if from a new, and illegitimate, holder of that authority.

--John Dee, Coup 2K
The framers of the US Constitution did not make the DC bureaucracy 'sovereign'. The Constitution, rather, establishes as a matter of law that it is the people who are 'sovereign'.

The raison d'etre of the government bureaucracy is that of serving the 'sovereign' i.e, the people collectively. [See: Joseph Story, Commentaries on the Constitution] Therefore, I deny that the police or US combat troops, withdrawn from Iraq for illegal use against American citizens, have legal or legitimate reasons to curtail or restrict in any way any protests of another obvious election theft![See: How the GOP Steals Elections]

As Che Guevara pointed out:
Where a government has come into power through some form of popular vote, fraudulent or not, and maintains at least an appearance of constitutional legality, the guerrilla outbreak cannot be promoted, since the possibilities of peaceful struggle have not yet been exhausted.

--Che Guevara, Chapter I: General Principles of Guerrilla Warfare
But --another stolen election --may be pressing the issue. Again, Che Guevara put it this way:
"When the forces of oppression come to maintain themselves in power against established law, peace is considered already broken.

--Che Guevara, Chapter I: General Principles of Guerrilla Warfare
Thomas Jefferson had said the same thing in the Declaration of Independence:
...whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it.

--Thomas Jefferson, Declaration of Independence
Jefferson was not just writing pretty words. Like Che, Jefferson was a revolutionary. He meant every word. Unlike modern, primarily conservative 'politicians', Jefferson was literate. He had, to paraphrase Churchill, gotten into his bones the structure of an English sentence.

Certainly --the peaceful resolution of the disputed 'election' of 2000 was subverted by a gang of GOP 'brownshirts' who rioted and attacked vote re-counters in Florida. The act violated US criminal codes. It was, in fact, an act of 'seditious treason' under US law. No one was arrested. No one was prosecuted. The fix was in.

The peace was broken with that act and the Bush government merely confirmed its illegitimacy with its every blatant and arrogant violation of the Constitution and US Federal statutes and its overt determination to rule by decree. If it was difficult to believe at the time that the GOP was stealing the government, that fact was made clear in retrospect with Bush's every decree, his every blatant, overt disregard for the very principle of the ''rule of law".

I will be surprised if the GOP allows a peaceful transition to a Democratic regime. I hope I am proven wrong. Having gone to so much trouble to trash the Constitution --a 'goddamned piece of paper' --Bush, in cahoots with the endemically crooked and treasonous GOP, are sure to attempt another coup d'etat! The idiot --Sarah Palin --does not reassure one when she calls for 'divine intervention' to reverse the GOPs recent precipitous decline into oblivion.
Palin is turning into a prophet now as she expects God to intercede on Nov 4 and turn the election to the GOP. “It is that intercession that is so needed,” she said. “And so greatly appreciated.

...

Sarah Palin told Dr. James Dobson of “Focus on the Family” that she is confident God will do “the right thing for America” on Nov. 4.

Dobson asked the vice presidential hopeful if she is concerned about John McCain’s sagging poll numbers, but Palin stressed that she was “not discouraged at all.”

--Palin: God will do the right thing on election day
Whenever a fascist idiot expects 'divine intervention', I am predisposed by experience and skepticism to grab a gun with one hand and my wallet with another. I don't 'smell' divine intervention. I smell GOP rats, white-shirted thugs, clean shaven criminals, vote machine hackers, and idolatrous pundits spinning the science of statistics, pushing the frontiers of probability theory, subverting the Constitution, trashing the rule of law, thumbing their snotty noses at Jefferson and Madison.

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