By, Tom Wenn
Friday, September 7, 2012
The other day I received an email from the North Shore Tea Party inviting me to rally with them and to hear from Lord Monckton and Pamela Geller. I have been interested in this organization for years, and attended several Tea Party meetups in the past. This particular Tea Party is located across Lake Pontchartrain from New Orleans and is basically an extension of the metropolitan New Orleans bed room community with a touch of country. I went to several Tea Party meetups in this area and my participation did not last very long. You see, the “play book” showed its ugly face immediately. Ah, the “play book”, the Achilles heel of the political fool. The rules used from the “play book” at these Tea Parties were the classic divide and conquer and switch and bait.
Listen, I seriously love my unalienable rights folks and when I enter the political arena, I mean business. During these Tea Party meetups, I brought up several constitutional rights and it seemed that almost everyone at these events, including the coordinators, knew very little about a lot. One subject I always bring up at political gatherings is the right to reserve ones rights under the 9th amendment. This, I tell people, is the mother of all rights; it is the amendment that you access to secure all of your other rights. This right of contract scares the hell out of the globalist ilk, and they do not want us using it in any way whatsoever. This right secures all others. Thus, I always search out the true constitutionalists by talking about the 9th amendment. Sadly, very few know.
I have received many emails from the North Shore Tea Party throughout the years and they clearly indicate to me that this group is heavily influenced by the powers that be. Basically, they appear to be an extension of the Republican matrix, i.e. globalist. Moreover, I did a little research on Lord Monckton. He seems like a pretty decent chap, although the appropriateness of having a member of the British aristocracy give advice to a Tea Party on the benefits of democracy is about as appropriate as having someone from New York being head of a Confederate organization.
Another rule from the “play book” I notice being used at these Tea Parties was triggering the emotion of “Hate”. For example, there was a real unhealthy display of hatred toward George Bush as if he were the devil himself. My opinion has always been that George was a tool and a figure head, the same for Barrack. This brings me to Pamela Geller. I did a little research on her also. It seems to me that she is the the one being used to illicit the emotion of hatred through the classic switch and bait tactic with the end result being, ignore the globalist behind the curtain. She is clearly pro-Zionist and not too fond of the Muslim world at all. I have to respect her for getting her opinion out there, but I do not have to like it or agree with it.
So, is this what the North Shore Tea Party, a LLC, is really about? In all fairness, I have not attended a Tea Party in several years. So, I can not speak for the present attendees. Gladly though, here at csagov.org, we have people that have many years of experience with the “playbook” and are not so prone to its tactics. Please remember that you and I are inundated with globalist propaganda on a daily basis. You do not have to hear it straight from their mouths because all you have to do is listen to what others around you are saying and you can quickly see that they have been influenced and are trying to “share” it with you. Most of you have already heard of the proverbial “play book” and knowing its rules will help you see when they are being implemented. Knowing its rules, is rule number one.
Tom Wenn is a member of the Confederate House of Representatives CSA, csagov.org
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