Sunday, March 7, 2010

The miss Labeling of Labels

Here is an article from the Washington Post. In this article the author is trying to put us into these different camps. He takes the different tragedies of late and tries to put these people into the group of right wing extremists. There is only one problem these people have a wide range of views that cross ideological lines. Again the msm tries to divide and conquer us. All of this is to keep us from having a united front.

The full Washington Post article HERE.

By Joby Warrick and Spencer S. Hsu
Washington Post Staff Writer
Saturday, March 6, 2010

The setting was seemingly random: an outer gate at the Pentagon at evening rush hour. But John Patrick Bedell's violent rampage Thursday made him only the latest in the growing ranks of the disaffected and disturbed to take aim at a symbol of official Washington

The shooting contained jarring echoes of other recent attacks, from last month's plane crash at an IRS building in Texas to the shooting last June of a museum guard at the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum in the District. Although the circumstances differ greatly, all were acts of rage by men who blamed their personal misfortunes on what they perceived to be sinister forces within the government

All three also appear to have drawn ideological nourishment from the same well: online communities of like-minded people who validate and amplify extreme views. Today, more than in recent years, such communities are tapping into a broad undercurrent of anti-government discontent fueled by economic recession, joblessness and concern over the growing federal deficit, according to experts who have studied the phenomenon

For Bedell and others like him, Washington and its institutions are an irresistible target -- the "ultimate symbol of power for the powerless," said Jerrold Post, a professor of political psychology at George Washington University.

"We've always had individuals who strike out at the giant 'system' when they're feeling a sense of powerlessness and insignificance," said Post, author of "Political Paranoia: The Psychopolitics of Hatred," a book on extremist movements. "Now we see an alarming tendency in which these same individuals can find substantiation online for almost any point of view."...

Get ready for the msm attack machine to go into high gear. They will use every trick in the book to get you to think that the other guy is a radical. This is a sure sign that the establishment is in fear of loosing the power they have had for more than sixty years. Don't underestimate these people, they are ruthless, and will do whatever it takes to maintain their control.

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