by Stephen D.
The Origins of the American
Military Coup of 2012, by Charles J. Dunlap, Jr.
Transcript of Alex
Jones Interview With Dr. Steve Pieczenik, 5/3/11
October 23, 2011
What began as the
gathering of just a few US Marines has now become a major organized
movement to get Marines and military personnel of all branches to Occupy
America nationwide. You can thank Marine Sgt. Shamar Thomas for that.
His actions last week have inspired service men and women across the
country to take a stand for the American people and join the Occupy
Sgt. Thomas, as you’ll recall, stood up to the NYPD during the protests
in Times Square and told the officers that hurting peacefully protesting
American citizens is wrong. His message seemed to work on the officers
present since they backed down. Now more members of the military are
joining the movement in a strong organizing effort to help the protests
get through the winter and beyond.
“#OccupyMARINES Are Currently Assessing The Current Situation To
Ascertain What Is Currently Needed To Support OWS America. We Are
Humbled At The Substantial Support OWS America Has Provided And Ask That
Everyone Continue As You All Do While We Implement Organization
Nationwide. As We All Know, ‘Occupy’ Groups Are Being Established Even
Now And Would Like To See This Trend Continue. “
Their website OccupyMarines.org, is calling for “Non-Active ‘Occupy’
Military Supporters Only” and they are organizing a dress code which
will help identify their branch affiliation. So we should be seeing
Marines, Army, Navy, and Air Force personnel dressed to impress at
Occupy events across the country. Their goal will be to talk sense into
police officers and recruit them into supporting the cause.
#OrganizeMarines states, “Security forces/police should be seen as
potential recruits to our cause and message, not as adversaries.
Ultimately, they are accountable to the people. Defensive strategies
never win. Do not respond to verbal attacks or hostile propaganda from
Nay-Sayers by using the language of the opponent. Reframe.”
One Veteran, Alex Limkin said:
“There is nothing more central to a free and democratic people than the
right to dissent, the right to disagree, the right to stand up in the
town square and be heard… I feel quite sure that in standing in
solidarity with the peaceful Occupy Wall Street movement, I am doing no
less than upholding my oath as an American soldier.”
Marines were already beginning to support the Occupy Wall Street
movement. Now they are bring reinforcements from the Marine Corps and
other branches of the United States military, to put their
organizational skills, patriotism, and resilience to good use in the
effort to give more weight to the protests and help them continue the
fight to change America indefinitely. For years, they have fought for us
in countries far away. Now, they fight beside us in America.
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