Thursday, September 1, 2011


Last week I received an email from a friend that alerted me to something I had not previously heard about and that I found to be most disturbing. Did you know there are massive demonstrations planned for September 17 called “A Day of Rage in America”? I had not seen or heard one word about this in any media outlets yet. Please take a look at just one of the numerous websites I found upon conducting a Google search.

Please check out Google for yourself by entering “A Day of Rage in America” and you will find several other entries. Apparently former Fox News Channel host Glenn Beck (I am not a fan) alerted viewers back in February, but I never heard about it and the mainstream media seems to remain silent at this time, too.

This is serious because it holds the potential for great disruption and damage and even possible violence in our streets. Demonstrations are planned across the country.

Also, here is a link to another disturbing article from the Chicago Tribune relative to planned training meetings in Chicago for the G8 and NATO Summit demonstrations taking place there next spring.,0,4309047,print.story

Add these planned demonstrations to those that occurred in New Jersey, Michigan and Wisconsin this spring by various union groups protesting state changes to unsustainable pension plans and there is an increasing opportunity for demonstrations to take place. Sad, but true.

When we read of planning sessions as outlined in the Chicago Tribune article, I see little difference in these from the terrorist training camps in the Middle East that have resulted in violence. Some say these kinds of events correlate with the revolution that led to America’s independence, but you and I know they are distinctly different.

The purpose of the American Revolution was to obtain freedom and independence from distant taxation and rule. These planned special interest group demonstrations are focused to stifle capitalism and democracy. Please stay away from the September 17th “Day of Rage” and other planned demonstrations that day for your sake and the sake of America’s best interests.


No comments: