Now, this video is not new; I've posted it before but it should be viewed in the context of some disturbing current events and developments. Here is Larry Grathwohl in 1982, the only man to successfully infiltrate Ayers' Weather Underground for the FBI (in 1969), describing in great detail, the intentions of the Weather Underground. Grathwohl insists that Ayers, who was at the very top of that terrorist group and to this day is not remorseful, shared this vision:
Here is an excerpt of the video that warrants analysis in light of recent developments:
"...they (WU) expected that the Cubans, the North Vietnamese, the Chinese, and the Russians would all want to occupy different portions of the United States. They also believed that their immediate responsibility would be to protect against what they called the 'counter-revolution' and they felt that this 'counter-revolution' could best be guarded against by creating and establishing re-education centers..."Fast forward to an article in the American Thinker, penned by Alan P. Halbert just days ago, entitled "New Nationwide FEMA Camps Should Raise Eyebrows." It starts thusly:
Of all the rumors flying around on the internet, one just refuses to die, and it concerns America's FEMA camps.Consider Grathwohl's claims that different countries would want to occupy 'different portions' of the United States. In essence, this would require partitioning the United States into regions. FEMA has done that with its camps:
In a nutshell, there seems to be a solicitation of bids occurring for the staffing of FEMA camps within 72 hours of implementation by an order from either Homeland Security or the president. This situation begs to be investigated, with special consideration paid to the motives of the present administration.
The staffing requirements or cadre for FEMA personnel for these camps -- which are identified as being located in five (5) distinct regions throughout and within the borders of the USA, with camps located in each and every state -- was three to fifteen each. The size of these camps will vary around 5 acres per 1,000 inhabitants, though they will never be less than 3 acres for populations of 500 or fewer inhabitants within the camps' boundaries.
Ostensibly, these camps are to be used in the aftermath of natural disasters but Halbert concludes with a head-scratching question in that regard:
To sum up: the solicitation to bid for the staffing of FEMA camps within 72 hours is a curious proposition, since it appears to predict a calamity that will affect the entire nation simultaneously --completely unlike a location-specific natural disaster.There are two other developments - one completed, the other pending - that should be a source of concern. First, on New Year's Eve, Barack Obama signed the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), which allows him to detain American citizens, with the only caveat being that those citizens be identified as 'terrorists.'
Via ABC News:
In his last official act of business in 2011, President Barack Obama signed the National Defense Authorization Act from his vacation rental in Kailua, Hawaii. In a statement, the president said he did so with reservations about key provisions in the law — including a controversial component that would allow the military to indefinitely detain terror suspects, including American citizens arrested in the United States, without charge.The next item of concern is the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA). Red State's Erick Erickson is so angered by this piece of legislation that he has pledged to do all he can to unseat a staunch conservative in Congress - Rep. Marsha Blackburn (R-TN) - for co-sponsoring it with Rep. Debbie Wasserman-Schultz (D-FL):
The Act intends to stop online piracy. The way the Act goes about doing this is, in large part, allowing Eric Holder to take control of the internet and shut down websites he does not like. It is a totalitarian response from a bipartisan coalition of Congresscritters most of whom admit they have no freaking idea how the internet even works.Holder would be given the authority to shut down dissent, Obama already has the authority to detain Americans without cause, and the infrastructure necessary for Bill Ayers' sick vision is, to some degree, theoretically in place.
This brings us back to something Halbert points to as reason for concern - "the motives of the present administration."
Read all of Halbert's piece here.