It is not paranoia if there is proof.

Security exercise at Ft Knox targets the Tea Party. “Them peoples are dangerous!”

Ft. Knox requested that the memo containing the instructions of the exercise be removed from Mark Alexander’s blog and he politely complied. But the problem with the internet is that many people will make copies and keep them.  Something about Free Speech and the need to be informed, that pesky First Amendment! Somebody kept a copy and then somebody else made a copy and so on and so forth till I landed one.

3 Replies to “It is not paranoia if there is proof.”

  1. And just how many incidents of violence have there been at Tea Parties? Not counting violence from left wing anti-demonstrators, exactly NONE.

    And how many threats of violence have there been at Tea Parties? Again none, unless you count the Declaration of Independence as a terrorist threat.

    Tea Parties, in fact, stand out for their completely peaceful nature — in sharp contrast to almost all left wing protests, such as the recent pro-illegal alien marches.

    If there were any real reporters (as opposed to propagandists) left in the MSM, they would be asking Ft Knox authorities to explain themselves. If the answer is “It’s just an exercise”, then ask when they are going to be holding exercises where the “bad guys” are assumed to be Unions, anti-war marchers, or Islamic jihadists.




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  2. Unions, anti-war protesters and Islamic jihadists, I might point out, are all groups with an actual history of violence.




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