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Forum Post: I honestly start to believe this is not a legit forum and used as a tool to instigate in order for Martial Law to be implemented

Posted 6 years ago on Jan. 29, 2012, 5:24 p.m. EST by Dutchess (499)
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Just a gut feeling....



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[-] 3 points by TrevorMnemonic (5827) 6 years ago

If one web page could instigate martial law, then I am Mickey Mouse.

[-] -1 points by Dutchess (499) 6 years ago

the entire movement silly ;) Read on on how the CIA operates in other countries to get their political objectives get a foothold ;)

[-] 2 points by commonsense11 (195) 6 years ago

Paranoid? Martial Law will not be instituted because of a handful of people on an internet forum. Yes handful and that is being generous when considering the population of the United States. Relax, take a deep breath.

[-] 0 points by Dutchess (499) 6 years ago

History my dear will prove you deadwrong.

[-] 2 points by ithink (761) from York, PA 6 years ago

Perhaps. Mind control is difficult to prove. We should be wary not to let fear make the wolf seem bigger than it actually is.

[-] 1 points by nomdeguerre (1775) from Brooklyn, NY 6 years ago

There's always that fine line we have to walk. Also we don't want newbies to become discouraged and not take part, sometimes they become overwhelmed facing the layers of deception and not being able to know who's who.

[-] 2 points by shoozTroll (17632) 6 years ago

You left off bigfoot!!!

Why, oh why, do they always leave off bigfoot.

I think it's a HAARP mind control experiment. The more we post, the more potential is raised in the HAARP mechanism.

It's particularly potent with conse(R)vative style postings.

And as we all know, HAARP is controlled by bigfoot.

[-] 2 points by epa1nter (4650) from Rutherford, NJ 6 years ago

Bigfoot? I thought it was the aliens from Area 51.

Must.....do... more......conspiracy.......reseach.

[-] -1 points by Dutchess (499) 6 years ago


[-] 1 points by freewriterguy (882) 6 years ago

yea martial law by a militia formed by we the people in order to take back our liberties, good idea, im on board. lol

[-] 1 points by FriendlyObserverB (1871) 6 years ago

This forum doesn't seem interested in economic solutions.

[-] 1 points by nomdeguerre (1775) from Brooklyn, NY 6 years ago

How can that be?! What's our name -- OCCUPY WALL STREET. We need to be fine tuning our economic message. It's so frustrating.


[-] 1 points by DiMiTri (134) 6 years ago

What i dont get is why the fuck don't we have inbox's?!

[-] 1 points by nomdeguerre (1775) from Brooklyn, NY 6 years ago

Perhaps, but we can use it to educate ourselves, plan for the future and hone our message.

I visit the other forums occasionally, but none have this number of members. While there's still too much spam, I haven't seen certain obsessive trolls lately.

You do bring up a very serious issue. For example, DemocraticUnderground was clearly created as a venting site not a change site, run by enemies of its stated causes. Its hard to know who's who.

We should view this as a traveling circus, and be willing to move somewhere else if we ever need to.

[-] 1 points by MattLHolck (16833) from San Diego, CA 6 years ago

Falun Gong emerged at the end of China's "qigong boom", a period which saw the proliferation of similar practices of meditation, slow-moving exercises and regulated breathing.[


Martial Indeed

who can forget the Boxer rebellion

[-] 1 points by JIFFYSQUID92 (-994) from Portland, OR 6 years ago

Perhaps you are just new to this war. Much like the class war, the right does most of the fighting and causes the most damage. In the war with words, the left actually fights back, but like the tree falling in the forest, if no one's listening the effects are dubious at best.

On Craigslist, the right is allowed to freely censor and control what is posted. Here, they can only speak up. I like to hear what they have to say, it's an education (into the mind of evil).

On this wonderful OWS Forum, the RW poster who uses the handle "Mooks" is especially entertaining (for me) because he's soooo subtle and dripping with pseudo "conventional wisdom."

Unite and Win! Unite and Win! 2010 Never EVER Again!!

[-] 1 points by NKVD (55) 6 years ago

Nope. Wrong.

[-] 1 points by TIOUAISE (2526) 6 years ago

That's a definite possibility. I have personally done battle with dozens of trolls of the AGENT PROVOCATEUR variety, calling for violent revolution and playing of course in the hands of the 1%.

We must be not only committed to non-violence - in stronger terms than in the OWS mission statement - but also PATIENT and SMART, as time is on our side.

I feel very uncomfortable with those who romanticize "revolution" without the requisite knowledge of history...

Here is an excerpt from a recent interview with Noam Chomsky, who is much more sensible than those "armchair commandos" who appear not only ignorant of the lessons of history, but seriously disconnected from the American people:

Chomsky: "I don't think anyone is seriously talking about a revolution. To have a revolution you have to have a substantial majority of the population who recognize further reform is not possible within the institutional framework that exists. And there's nothing like that here, not even remotely."

Q: "Should we be trying to achieve that?"

Chomsky: "First of all, We're nowhere near the limits of what reform can carry out".

We must FIGHT HARD for real reform, hard but non-violently.

[-] 1 points by Dutchess (499) 6 years ago

Well...Chomsky needs to take a look at history. Revolutions are never faught by 'majorities'. Also, I do think a majority of people recognize that reform under the current system is not possible....

[-] 1 points by nomdeguerre (1775) from Brooklyn, NY 6 years ago

Chomsky is a great one for proffering unprovable conspiracy theories, concerning provable conspiracies he's strictly a government man.

Chomsky = controlled dissent.

[-] 1 points by Dutchess (499) 6 years ago

I lost my respect for Chomsky on some of his half baked arguments with regards to economics.

[-] 1 points by nomdeguerre (1775) from Brooklyn, NY 6 years ago

I'm not familiar with those. But anyone interested in Chomsky should google "Chomsky Left Gatekeeper". The man is a total fraud.

[-] -1 points by owsleader2038 (-10) 6 years ago

Chomsky is a tenured MIT professor that is on the DARPA payroll. He's as much of a technocrat insider in the CIA as you can get. Chomsky invented computational linguistics of which all language in computer science is based.

DARPA is the USARMY defense budget for those not in the know. MIT has been the think-tank of the US-MIL since the OSS was created well before being renamed the CIA.

[-] 0 points by relthinkr (64) 6 years ago

damn u r right on hellva sharp dude yo get on jinnwe need minds like urs

[-] 0 points by TruthRightsFreedom (259) 6 years ago

Apparently a new form of techno censorship is being used through the forum software and web 2.0. Threads never appear and only the poster can see themselves. Spooky.


I'd have to say that the forum only serves to keep people corraled and head off any unity while the tight knit protestors chanting "kill the police" are the tools for false reason for the governmental imposition of marshall law.

[-] 0 points by Dutchess (499) 6 years ago

exactly! You hit the nail on the head.

[-] 1 points by TruthRightsFreedom (259) 6 years ago

Accordingly, the one thing we can do is work in the open with constitutional principles and the due process aspects of law therein. The opposition cannot do this with what they share. This is our one advantage.

It's also very good for testing those that pretend to be activists. No matter why they are not, whether they know it or not, they will not talk about the constitution meaningfully.

I just thank the creator for people as wise and perceptive as yourself, we will prevail. Mostly because of all those perfectly good, but compltely decieved Americans sitting in front of their TV's, we just have to find way to show them how we can share the constitution, which they love, but might not understand.

America is also a feeling. A complex thing that many cannot put into words, But, . . . if we put it into words, they will recognize the feeling they get when they percieve the words. They will join with us to defend our constitution.

[-] -2 points by corralled (23) 6 years ago

You have no idea how right you are