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Unified Serenity
12th May 2012, 03:51
The Blaze has an interesting story about encouraging civil unrest. Now, the Blaze can't be trusted imho because Beck has thrown truth under the bus as far as I can tell when it's meant to make us look like complete wackos. For instance, his "fema camp" reveal that got 86'd.

So, is Beck helping foment unrest? I think he's a tool, but whatever they are doing it's important to note these stories as it does point to what is very likely part of the agenda of the elites. This may kick off very soon btw, as more rallies are started, and it's "a badge of honor to get arrested now".

The story title is:

Union Guru’s Shock Charge to College Class: You Must All Vow to Be Arrested This Year (And Why He‘s So Proud of His Son’s Arrest!)

While giving a talk to Georgetown University’s Labor Lab (http://guevents.georgetown.edu/event/labor_lab_99_spring_with_stephen_lerner_and_michae l_kazin) on April 30th, renown community organizer Stephen Learner boasted some peculiar parenting accomplishments, while bringing into question his version of the Jewish tradition of Bar Mitzvah.
(Related: Who is Lerner? Occupy mastermind and SEIU legend (http://www.theblaze.com/?s=lerner))

Lerner began his speech by bragging about his disruption of Washington DC in the Justice for Janitors (http://www.seiu.org/division/property-services/justice-for-janitors/)
campaign of the 80‘s and 90’s:

“Do people know about when we shut down Washington, D.C.? Does anybody know that story? So we had this idea to get– that if we couldn’t picket the buildings anymore because of secondary boycott law, maybe we should just shut the city down. So we parked school buses across the bridges into the city and set up classrooms to symbolize that pacts weren’t being paid, and the schools were in deterioration.”
He then announced a point of personal importance and pride over the protest:

“An important event in my life because my oldest son got arrested for his first time. And it was very big event, [we're] joking now that the leftist bar mitzvah is when your son gets arrested for the first time. And he then– just a great side story– at our local elementary school my youngest son, they said during story time, “do you have anything to share?” And he said, “yes, my brother went to jail last night.” And the teacher said, “Oh, that’s ok it happens to all of us, you know it will get worked out.” And my youngest son said, “We’re so proud.”

you can read the rest here. (http://www.theblaze.com/stories/scott-following-daddys-orders-to-shut-down-d-c-so-janitors-could-unionize/)

The thing is there is truth in the fact that those willing to make themselves uncomfortable, get harrassed or even go to jail are the ones who usually make change happen. The problem is the Marxists have used the strategy very well in the past, and how well have we done since the 60's with our war on poverty, equality between the sexes and ending racism? We have made some gains forward, but we have not moved in other areas, but we have lost some pretty important liberty along the way.

This is a double edged sword.