My question to Cynthia Chase would be; What exactly do you mean by “our way of life”? Who’s way of life? What part of New Hampshire do you claim to speak for? What part of New Hampshire’s “way of life” is being threatened by libertarians and constitutionalists? Is NH not the “Live Free Or Die State”? And, Cynthia, what is it about freedom loving people that you hate so much?
Truly, her words exemplify the attitude of the common socialist/statist. Killing the constitutional values of a particular state in order to drive away those who would seek to enjoy freedom, and thus maintain control of the existing constituency? Welcome to the progressivist ideal of American life!...Prison Planet
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Why you would want to is beyond me, but you could contact Cynthia Chase HERE
Now just today, I see we...the so called "Anti-Federalists" who support the Constitution, and who defend our national sovereignty have been declared enemies of the state by our own military...via West Point.
The study, “Challenges from the Sidelines: Understanding America’s Violent Far-Right,” says the major far right threats are from, “a racist/white supremacy movement, an anti-federalist movement and a fundamentalist movement.”
Author Arie Perliger cites “anti-abortionists” as an active threat for terrorist activity.
“The anti-abortionists have been extremely productive during the last two decades, amassing 227 attacks, many of them perpetrated without the responsible perpetrators identified or caught,” Perliger wrote. “And while, in both cases, the 1990s were more violent than the last decade, in the case of anti-abortion, the trend is much more extreme, as 90 percent of attacks were perpetrated before 2001.”
American Life League President Judie Brown believes this is a smear tactic.
“I can see exactly what is going on with reference to the pro-life movement. The use of two words expose the bias and hatred for what we stand for as a movement. Those words are ‘attacks’ and ‘violence’,” Brown said.
The report comes from a center at the institution where men and women are trained to be Army officers. While the center’s reports often address threats from al-Qaida and other extremists, the latest work addresses the cross-section of America that authors perceive as the “far right.”
It alleges “anti-federalists” are those who have strong beliefs about the government, “believing it to be corrupt and tyrannical,” and those Americans who support individual freedoms and self government.
It claims that those who adopt a liberal philosophy are “future oriented” while conservatives are linked to the violence of the “far right” and live in the past.
“Liberal worldviews are future- or progressive-oriented, conservative perspectives are more past-oriented, and in general, are interested in preserving the status quo,” wrote the authors.
“The far right represents a more extreme version of conservatism, as its political vision is usually justified by the aspiration to restore or preserve values and practices that are part of the idealized historical heritage of the nation…”
Another suspect group in Perliger’s study are people who support the sovereignty of the United States. And he concludes the anti-government movement is a recent phenomenon.
Islam and terrorism analyst and Atlas Shrugs publisher Pamela Geller says this is another insult towards those who love their country.
“This is another appalling attempt to demonize loyal Americans and whitewash the Islamic threat,” Geller said. “West Point probably is working on orders from higher ups. Or else it has bought into the dominant PC culture.”
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