It’s beginning to look a lot like the 1990s again when Bill Clinton’s famous liberalism and fears of government take-overs followed by gun bans inspired the creation of right-leaning militia organizations willing to stand and fight against imagined tyranny.
Only, this time around it’s the far Left that is doing the preparing.
A web-based group that keeps an eye on Left-wing militancy is reporting that one movement claiming at least 30 branches nationwide are preparing members to wage civil war against conservatives and Trump supporters.
As noted by Far Left Watch, a recent “controversial” ad put out by the National Rifle Association featuring conservative talk radio host and Fox News contributor Dana Loesch, was denounced big time by far-Left organizations and liberal publications that claimed it was nothing more than a call to violence.
“Interestingly enough,” Far Left Watch noted, “the recent spike in political violence has come overwhelmingly from the left. Even more concerning is the growth of far left organizations openly advocating ‘armed struggle,’ especially considering the targeted shooting of Republican Majority Whip Steve Scalise and three others by a deranged left wing activist.”
One of the faster-growing organizations is called Redneck Revolt, which describes itself as “above ground militant formation” that was founded in June 2016. The organization claims to have 30 or more vetted branches around the country.
“Redneck Revolt is a national network of community defense projects from a broad spread of political, religious, and cultural backgrounds. It is a pro-worker, anti-racist organization that focuses on working class liberation from the oppressive systems which dominate our lives,” the site notes, adding that it is “putting the RED back in Redneck.” Red, in Leftist parlance, is most often a reference to Marxist/communist political and economic principles.
“If we, as working class people, want to see a reality of political, social, and economic freedom, REAL freedom for all people, then we must directly contribute to a struggle against all oppression, especially white supremacy,” the site notes further.
So yeah, you’re getting the drift. But to dismiss this movement as knee-jerk anti-Trumpism is to badly misjudge what is taking place. This organization also sponsors the formation of local chapters of the “John Brown Gun Club” — John Brown being the famous pre-Civil War abolitionist. The Phoenix chapter sent a band of armed, “rednecked” members it described as an “open carry community defense contingent” to a “Make America Great Again” rally in March. (Related: Dangerous leftists are preparing for an armed confrontation with Trump supporters.)
Why would they do that — bring firearms to a political rally? Because not only does this organization not back President Donald J. Trump and his supporters, they obviously also don’t believe his supporters should have the right to peacefully assemble either, as the First Amendment guarantees.
Why hasn’t the disgustingly dishonest “mainstream” media reported any of this? Oh — seems I just answered my own question (“disgustingly dishonest.”)
Where’s the Southern Poverty Law Center, that hoax of an organization that claims to “monitor hate groups?” Great question. A search of the group’s site using the search term “Redneck Revolt” and “John Brown Gun Club” turned up nothing, proving once again this sham organization is nothing but a Left-wing shill and front group.
Far Left Watch notes further why this organization is becoming alarmingly dangerous:
They promote several PDFs that endorse “armed struggle” and even offer a 36 page “Mini-Manual Of The Urban Guerrilla” which pictures left-wing militants using RPGs and outlines tactics for guerrilla warfare including sections on “sabotage,” “kidnapping,” “executions,” “armed propaganda,” and “terrorism.”
This all sounds like typical Leninist/Marxist ‘revolutionary’ claptrap. But these fools believe it.
Which makes taking them seriously a mandatory endeavor.
You really should be adding three things to your prepper repertoire:
— Advanced firearms training
— Military skills training
— Extreme fitness training
Suddenly the hard Left doesn’t have a problem with so-called “assault weapons” anymore.
J.D. Heyes is a senior writer for NaturalNews.com and NewsTarget.com, as well as editor of The National Sentinel.