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The Tea Party in a Time of War

A real threat to the Anglo-American banking empire, the Tea Party’s tax revolt message could destabilize the financial engine that empowers the imperialist war machine and the socioeconomic totalitarianism that accompanies it.

Unfortunately, while Neocons are moving to co-opt and sabotage the Tea Party from within, the establishment statist Left are engaging in a frontal assault.  Both of these lackeys of the elite are desperate to defuse the populist challenge to the present paradigm.  Virtually working in a coordinated effort, Neocons are injecting militarist jingoism into this movement, comprised of fed up and frustrated everyday Americans happily unschooled in political correctness, giving the disingenuous Left fertile ground to attack the Tea Party as racist and fascist.[1]

If your only source of information is mainstream corporate news, the ideological roots of the Tea Party are completely obscured.  We passively watch TV and infer throngs of conservative white folks primarily complaining about “that Black guy in the White house”.  Started during the Bush years by Ron Paul pro-Constitution activists the original attempt to recapture the ideals of the founders of our republic is long lost from the picture.[2]

Helping to perpetuate the charade professional Republicrat henchmen, serving the banker-military complex, will do their best to cloak this timely populism and ideological mass appeal.  They will continue to depend on their respective Democrat and Republican congregations to swallow the lie that there is a substantial difference between each party.  Faithfully, they will plant campaign yard signs for Henchman A or Henchman B on their front lawns.  Tea Partiers, themselves, will allow neocon and status quo media celebrities, such as Palin and Beck, to speak for them.[3] 

Author, David Icke, succinctly warns, “anyone who seeks to prevent the free expression of thought by anyone else is an agent of control and they should know that before their self-delusion leads to the very fascist Orwellian state they claim to oppose.”[4]  Pseudo revolutionaries, on the left, will continue to harangue “tea baggers” in condescending and meaningless tirades.  Robot radicals will be willing stooges in parroting misrepresented views of any alternative outside of the corporatist mandated Left/Right paradigm. They will enthusiastically work for their own eventual destruction. 

Leftwing Racism

African-American Tea Partiers will continue to befuddle leftist ideologues. Anomalous to the standard Left/Right paradigm are Black conservatives.  The Leninist concept of Black Nationalism, as a tool to topple the white racist ruling class, is blunted upon the rock of individualism.   Freedom and the spirit of enterprise are attractions that cut across racial lines.

Nevertheless, Marxists will exhort the oppressed Blacks.  A current socialist propagandist writes, “.., the national liberation struggle of Black people in the U.S. must include the heightening of national consciousness, identity and self-respect. But these are not the same as nationalism, an ideology a world outlook, promoted by the bourgeoisie and petty bourgeoisie that advocates the primacy; exclusiveness and privilege of “their” nation.”.[5]

Prominent Tea Party figure, Rev. C.L. Bryant, a former president of NAACP’s Garland, Texas chapter, is one who doesn’t fall prey to the separatist hype.  He says the idea that the Tea Party is racist or is trying to instigate a racist climate is “simply a lie.” Bryant claims the NAACP wants to “create a climate where they can say that those on the right are in fact racist and those on the left are their saviors”…[6]

What is the Tea Party?

One activist writer accurately captures its populist nature and potential:  “Do any of us even know how to define a Liberal or a Conservative these days? After all, in 8 years of a “Conservative” president we saw preemptive interventionist wars and nation building on the backs of the taxpayer, runaway borrowing and spending, and massive growth in government.  Meanwhile, the “Liberal” savior Obama continues to expand the wars, torture captives without trials or evidence, and target all forms of free speech.  Where it matters most, both political parties cater to Wall Street over Main Street, while working to restrict our Constitutional rights.  Fierce populist revolutions have been fought over far less oppression than we see today (see 1776), and yet the generally angry public can’t seem to focus long enough to form a strong common consensus…  Indeed, the Ron Paul crowd and the Liberal crowd have much in common when it comes to very important issues such as Peace, Auditing the Fed, Individual Liberty, Economic Freedom and Justice, and the Human Rights defined in the U.S. Constitution.” .[7]

Pollster, Scott Rasmussen, describes the mindset:  “Americans don’t want to be governed from the left or the right,” Scott Rasmussen tells the American Legislative Exchange Council, a conference of 1,500 conservative and moderate legislators. “They want, like the Founding Fathers, to largely govern themselves with Washington in a supporting — but not dominant — role. The tea party movement is today’s updated expression of that sentiment… The major division in this country is no longer between parties but between political elites and the people,” Mr. Rasmussen says.”[8]

Rasmussen also observed that, although the GOP stands to benefit in the 2010 elections, 75 percent of Republicans believe that the party leadership is out of touch with them.

War, what is it good for?

Researcher-author, William Bramley conducted a seven year investigation into the causes of war.  He fully expected to find profit as the primary motivation, however, he concluded that war can also be used to encourage populations to think in ways they would not otherwise do, and to accept the formation of institutions they would normally reject.  The longer a nation involves itself in wars, he noted, the more entrenched those institutions and ways of thinking will become.[9]

The Tea Party, regardless of its current problems, conceptually embodies something new and revolutionary beyond entrenched ways of thinking.  It is anomalous to generations of accumulated unquestioning reverence for, and dependence on, an all powerful centralized federal government.  As its name implies, it hearkens back to an era and mental outlook unfettered by ‘endless war’, states of emergency, and presidential directives.

Riding the Tea Party wave and pandering to the rhetoric of “limited government”, the establishment GOP will, no doubt, recoup some electoral losses incurred in 2008.  No fundamental change will occur.  Only a people’s movement able to connect the dots between the financial elite’s wars of occupation abroad and the loss of freedom at home will be able to make revolutionary change.  

Only a people’s movement, ready to fully embrace the spirit of 1776, will be able to restore our republic.  A priority for peace and freedom advocates is to expose the false dichotomy offered by the Republicrat duopoly dictatorship and its singular agenda of serving the transnational financial elite.  Concurrently, the masses must be reminded of their inherent capacity for local self-reliance and self-determination.


[1] Protofascism Comes to America: The Rise of the Tea Party, By Ted Rall, July 22, 2010 “Information Clearing House”: http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/article25994.htm 
[2] Yahoo News Rewrites History of Tea Party: http://www.infowars.com/yahoo-news-rewrites-history-of-tea-party/  
[3] We Need a Revolution, Not a Movement: http://www.infowars.com/we-need-a-revolution-not-a-movement/
[4]  Tales from the Time Loop, David Icke, Page 448.
[5] Nationalism, Self-Determination and Socialist Revolution, By Amiri Baraka:     http://www.leftspot.com/blog/?q=node/343
[6] Uncommon Sense: America, Racism, & Hypocrisy: http://davegj13.wordpress.com/2010/07/13/america-racism-hypocrisy/
[7] Celente Says Populists Will Break the False Left-Right Political Paradigm: http://www.activistpost.com/2010/07/can-populists-break-false-left-right.html
[8] Rasmussen: Tea Party Sweeping US, Anger at GOP: http://www.newsmax.com/InsideCover/Scott-Rasmussen-pollster-wall-street-journal-john-fund/2010/08/22/id/368091
[9] Alien Agenda, Jim Marrs, p. 529.

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