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Thursday, October 23, 2008

The Plan

From The Belmont Club:



Undercover agent Larry Grathwohl discusses the Weather Underground’s post-revolution governing plans for the United States on a YouTube video. The video is taken from the 1982 documentary "No Place to Hide".

Editor's note: All six parts of that documentary are here:

Part 1
Part 2
Part 3
Part 4
Part 5
Part 6


The Weathermen’s plans included putting parts of United States under the administration of Cuba, North Vietnam, China and Russia and re-educating the uncooperative in camps in located in the Southwest. Since there would be holdouts, plans were made for liquidating the estimated 25 million unreconstructable die-hards.

The most interesting moment of the video comes when Grathwohl asks the viewer to imagine what it’s like to be in a room with 25 people, all of whom have master’s degrees or higher from elite institutions of higher learning like Columbia, listening to them discuss the logistics of killing 25 million Americans.

Actually, it’s easy. What’s hard to imagine is sitting in a room full of plumbers discussing the same thing. The longer I live the less I believe that humanity is able to live without submitting itself to some kind of belief system. Western Civilization decided to liberate itself from a belief in Christ — whose Kingdom was not of this world — and went straight to the altars of Nazism and Communism, whose kingdom was in the camps. People like Ayers aren’t atheists, they’re true believers. GK Chesterton was right when he said that a man who declares he has stopped believing in God often doesn’t mean he believes in nothing. It only means he’s willing to believe in anything.

Jean Paul Sarte believed Che Guevara was “not only an intellectual but also the most complete human being of our age … [the] era’s most perfect man”, which just goes to show you can get a fancy diploma from the École Normale Supérieure and still graduate with not an iota of common sense.

Unclogging a drain with a snake is something anyone with a little intelligence and persistence can do.

Planning the death of millions of Americans takes an education.


Alea iacta est.

7 Comments:

Anonymous A Militia Member said...

Nice folks that our CINC-wannabee hang out with, huh?

This crap from Obama that he was only 8 when Ayers did his bombings is a complete cop-out. KNOWING who Ayers was (and has remained-he's unrepentant), he STILL associated with him (and more, probably involving strategizing and active cooperation). In light of the information in the video here, THAT is cause for great fear if he should get into the White House (esp. with super-majorities in Congress).

All that I can say about those who would attempt to murder large numbers of Americans for trying to preserve our way of life is: "Weatherman, come and take them!" http://moviesonline.ca/TheFeed/index.php?id=300-laydownyourweapons

Molon Labe!

III

October 23, 2008 at 6:34 PM  
Anonymous Billy Beck said...

"GK Chesterton was right when he said that a man who declares he has stopped believing in God often doesn’t mean he believes in nothing. It only means he’s willing to believe in anything."

I must say it: it pains me to see you headed in this direction.

I'm an atheist, C.A. I'm living proof that Chesterton was wrong.

October 23, 2008 at 7:15 PM  
Blogger Concerned American said...

B: That quote ain't mine - it's Fernandez quoting GKC. I've tweaked the entry to be clear.

I happen to believe that there is too much order in the verse to have occurred randomly. But that's me.

I stand on my prior comments elsewhere that the Founding generation had both atheists and believers. If there is agreement on principles, then the origins of those principles can be the subject of debate after the barbarians have been annihilated.

Forward (I hope)...

One other thought: the word "principles" can be substituted into the GKC quote in lieu of God and it remains (becomes?) coherent.

October 24, 2008 at 4:59 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"I'm living proof that Chesterton was wrong."

There are very few Atheists -- or maybe the better word is Materialists -- who hold a Christian worldview, the source of individual rights.

Materialists who espouse individual rights are espousing a contradiction of their own premises (see Without a Prayer: Ayn Rand and the Close of Her System by John W. Robbins).

So in general Chesterton was right, though we are blessed to have a couple of fools on our side (though I'm not sure why).

- a Christian libertarian

October 24, 2008 at 2:31 PM  
Anonymous Vanderboegh said...

Well, Billy, I don't mind having an atheist to tie my flank to. A hungry skeptic ought to be more awake on point than a well-fed Southern Baptist, right?

As far as Comrade Ayers, I wrote this to David Codrea when he forwarded the link to me:

"You know, there's an original copy of Prairie Fire in my 'Benedict Arnold period' papers at the Ohio Historical Society. I remember reading it and thinking it was too haphazard and "bourgeouis" -- full of horseshit and wishful thinking -- written by somebody who had little understanding of the "real working class." On Ayres and the Weathermen I was right, but looking back I've got to laugh at how self righteous the serious full-of-shit leftist can be. And boy, was I full of shit back then. ;-)"

Of course, I didn't know they'd got as far as talking about disposing of the "dregs of the old society." Not surprised though.

However, Billy, I will say that if I can make the journey from commie puke to a Christian advocate of republicanism, hope still springs eternal for you. ;-)

Even so, I promise not to proseletize on insecure tactical channels. I'll leave that job to my RTO. ;-)

Mike Vanderboegh
III

October 24, 2008 at 3:24 PM  
Anonymous Seerak said...

The longer I live the less I believe that humanity is able to live without submitting itself to some kind of belief system.

Then,

People like Ayers aren’t atheists, they’re true believers.

Poison as cure, and poison as antidote. Sure, that makes sense. :P

Western Civilization decided to liberate itself from a belief in Christ — whose Kingdom was not of this world — and went straight to the altars of Nazism and Communism, whose kingdom was in the camps.

You blew right by 1776. Nice try, but some of us are paying attention. 1776 was the first stop on that great burst of freed minds. But then something happened on the way to a thinking morality: some sonofabitch denied reason in order to preserve morality as the domain of faith/feelings. And lo, the Left was born out of the aborted Age of Reason, spurning God -- but not belief itself. Oh, no sir.

Planning the death of millions of Americans takes an education.

So did planning America.

This sort of thing didn't.

Evidently, it has to do with what kind of education you have.

GK Chesterton was wrong. A man who tells you he has stopped believing, may simply have started THINKING.

No one calling himself an American should be talking about "submitting" to anything.

October 29, 2008 at 7:14 AM  
Blogger Concerned American said...

Folks:

Remember - the text above comes from the owner of the Belmont Club, Richard Fernandez.

October 29, 2008 at 12:33 PM  

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