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‘U.S. Day of Rage’ Being Orchestrated for ‘Worldwide Democracy’ (think pseudoanarchist, neo-Marxist, globalist)

Submitted by on August 10, 2011 – 1:14 pm EST31 Comments

Gulag Bound

European Revolution

We thought this would be happening, now didn’t we.

A movement is suddenly springing up from nowhere (ah-huh) to take on the free enterprise, “capitalist” system. In America, they are especially targeting Wall Street, a place still somewhat constitutionally sovereign to the U.S.A. and not thoroughly controlled yet by authoritarian global collectivism.

That is a Wall Street which has already been damaged by the Cloward-Piven orchestrated mortgage meltdown and stemming from that was assailed by the protorevolutionary Obama-Peloisi-Reid government, which brought boa constrictor regulation — by “reform” with loopholes wide enough to fit Brinks trucks for large and coordinated hedge fund manipulators, and which shielded a Securities & Exchange Commission gone dark from the kinds of Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) inquiries that uncovered Bernie Madoff. Cloward-Piven government, indeed.

A “U.S. Day of Rage” is scheduled to start an “Occupy Wall Street” camp-out on “17/9/2011” (which would denote orchestration by those who use the British means of writing dates). And as with the “Arab Spring,” much of the organizing is being done through social media, especially super-popular Facebook and Twitter.

Immediately upon clicking links, one finds it to be the America-targeting element of a worldwide movement, especially popular by the looks of it, in Old Europe. Again, that is no surprise to those who have looked into the updated mode of Marxist revolution stemming from the Gramsci and Trotsky schools and historically, even the days before Marx and Engels. Revolutionary proponents likes to hide behind the non-American ideal of democracy (as in permanent rule of the proletariat majority, forget about a republic) along with nebulous and mysterious anarchistic labelling.

From the U.S. Day of Rage “About” page:

Our Partners

The term “Day(s) of Rage” is the product of Chicago’s Weathermen, led by Obama workmate Bill Ayers and cohabitants.

This Day of Rage speaks of non-violence, yet plays up the violent terrorism of the current rioting proceeding in Great Britain.

This entry in GulagBound.com will be updated, so we may bring you the news immediately and fill it out as we go.

h/t: CFHeather

31 Comments »

  • ROBERT HERSEY says:

    Who wants to bed we see Stephen Lerner there !!!!! Great job Trevor and Gulag Bound !

  • Admin says:

    Dear Sir or M’am,

    I am the admin of usdayofrage.org.

    Special influence corrupts our political parties, our elections, and the institutions of government.

    What use is there taking about the separation of executive and legislative power when both are owned by the same special interest.

    And by special interest we mean both corporation and unions. Corruption is corruption.

    Bought by hard and soft dollars, disloyal, incompetent, and wasteful special interests have usurped our nation’s civil and military power, spawning a host of threats to liberty and our national security.

    Free and fair elections inspire good citizenship and public service, because they engage the intelligence and genuine good will of the American people.

    They produce the kind of stewardship our nation desperately needs, because they ensure that citizens can influence their destiny, and make genuine contributions to society.

    Free and fair elections remedy the myriad ills and abuses of a corrupt and illegitimate government, which preys on the resources and spirits of citizens.

    These abuses and ills are listed on the official US Day of Rage twitter hash tag #usdor.

    For these reasons, we come together now to organize a national and non-violent protest.

    We demand that integrity be restored to our elections.

    One citizen. One dollar. One vote.

    That is our only demand.

    Our Principles:

    Non Violence

    US Day of Rage is non violent. Violence is behavior involving physical force intended to hurt, damage, or kill someone or something. Please see resources for information about how to organize and practice non-violent resistance and civil disobedience.

    Principles before Party.

    We place principles and our objectives before party. US Day of Rage will never endorse, finance, or lend our name to any candidate or party. We support a citizens right to so affiliate, and we understand that individuals and groups participating in the US Day of Rage may be so affiliated.

    Volunteer.

    Every US Day of Rage organizational committee on the state, city, and federal level should be entirely self-supporting, declining outside contributions from any political party, association, or candidate. US Day of Rage is not a money making operation. We are volunteers. No treasury should be kept. We do this lest problems of money, property, or prestige divert us from our primary aim, reforming our elections. Our logo and content is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 United States License, unless otherwise noted. Use it, just don’t abuse it.

    Autonomous Except in Matters Affecting the Whole

    Individual state, city, and federal demonstrations are autonomous, except in matters affecting the whole. We do not support, for example, violations to our principle of non-violence. US Day of Rage dot com, org, etc. is here to help facilitate state and city level organization, and to organize the federal protest at the US Capitol.

    (http://www.usdayofrage.org)

    • SpenceRus says:

      And why are you planning this gathering on Constitution Day?

      • Admin says:

        Constitution Day was not the reason Sept 17 was chosen. The date could as soon been yesterday, last year, or tomorrow. When will it be too late to save our democratic republic from divisive politics that are only a bandaid approach to our institution rotting every check and balance intended to protect the proper functioning of government?

        Our nation is facing a crisis or credibility like no other. Party politics, I fault no man, but while the pseudo left and right rip each other to shreds, our resources are beings wasted and used by incompetent and disloyal interests. We need to fix our institutions so they function in the manner our founders intended.

        What use is it, as I said above, waxing poetic about executive power versus legislative power when both are owned by fickle and disloyal special interests?

        • Professor says:

          While I have to agree with many of the grievences, I fear your end goals. My concern is usdayofrage’s affiliations w/ non-psuedo leftists groups. While any silly notion is Constitutionally protected in speech and press, Progressivism, Socialism, Marxism, Globalism, you name the ism… cannot exist within the bounds of Constitutionalism.

    • I have one thing to say to you: Bring. It. On.

    • J says:

      Nothing you’ve said here or on your website is disagreeable. But what is your solution?

      • Admin says:

        Only citizens should be allowed to make campaign contributions. They cannot exceed one dollar.

        • J says:

          O.K. well have fun pushing for campaign finance reform. We’ll be paying attention; people like myself are skeptical of your affiliates, not to mention your choice of place of gathering, name of gathering, and slogans.

          • Greycoat says:

            Make no mistake, these people are anti-capitalists. They are Marxists. They may tell you otherwise, but they are liars when they deny they aren’t Marxists and/or anti-capitalists. Look who they target AND look at who they DON’t target.

        • Doug says:

          Corporations are effected by the decisions made by politicians, they deserve a voice. They are the ones that provide the jobs, and yes despite what you hear, they also pay the lions share of the taxes collected in this country. Many would love to bring their overseas profits back into this country, but the tax for doing so is prohibitive. Until this asinine administration understands that the corporations are not the enemy, but can be the answer to our problems we will continue to see a decline in our country that is unprecedented.

    • Greycoat says:

      Lies. You target Wall Street, but when was the last time you had a Day of Rage in front of the Marxist thug offices of the AFL-CIO? SEIU? Never and never will because you share their Marxist agenda.

      Have you marched on the Marxist in the White House? No. Why? Because the corrupt unions and the Marxist ideology is your ideology.

      You’re anti-corporation, i.e. anti-business. You preach against greed as you practice the sins of envy, covetousness, and thievery through the coercion of the government. You speak the language of Karl Marx. Corporations are not destroying the economy, Marxism is. Big government. The more government the greater the tyranny. Government does not create prosperity, but business does and you want to destroy it. You want to bring down Wall Street.

      Do you not realize that everyday people have investments in Wall Street? Their retirement funds? 401k(s)? And those “evil” corporations have shareholders many of whom are every day people and retired folks who depend on their investment returning a dividend. But you want to destroy all they’ve worked for and bring Wall Street down.

      Part of me would like to see you folks start the revolution, because when you do we everyday folks are going to exercise our Second Amendment.

      By the way, if you believe in more taxes will you join with me and demand unions be taxed like corporations? I bet not. Furthermore, when you tax the corporations you tax consumers because taxes are a cost of doing business and taxes are just passed onto the consumer.

      As to your “catchy” one citizen, one dollar, one vote.

      Hell no. People, including unions, have the right to assemble and spend more than just $1 each per person to express their views.

      Finally, citizens that don’t contribute to the pot (pay taxes) shouldn’t be allowed to vote. Why should someone who does not contribute have a say with others who do? You don’t pay, you don’t play. People on welfare should not be allowed vote on issues requiring others to pay any tax. When people are forced to pay for others, you have slavery.

    • Doug says:

      Good luck keeping it nonviolent. The same rioting asshats that screw up the G-8 summit will be there to make sure that violence does happen. You want nonviolence go to a TEA party rally.

  • dogismyth says:

    So which rage are we expressing? The one related to the corrupt banking system? The one related to Wall Street and its machinations manipulated by the fed reserve? The trillions gone missing since 9-11? Another 9-11 investigation? Fast and Furious? Backdoor payments to banks of taxpayer (TARP) moneys (most recently…Bank of Amerika!!)? The illegal war in Iraq that was started on lies? The fake Osama capture and death and burial (all within 24 hrs)? The utter destruction of Libya because they are not in debt and do not rely upon the western/british banking system? The super Congress that has no constitutional roots? The ability for Congress members to profit legally on insider information on markets?

    Yeah…its a long list. And I’m sure someone somewhere has a few more things to add. But what’s the difference. We need a new and improved government…kinda like what Egypt was hoping for. I would be much more motivated if these kind of protests had some simple defined meaning.

    How about…WE ARE SICK OF IT ALL. THE GOVERNMENT, THE MEGA-CORPORATIONS and THE FEDERAL RESERVE/CENTRAL BANKS.

    and…

    WE WANT INVESTIGATIONS, INDICTMENTS, AND CONVICTIONS WITHIN A YEARS TIME.

    and…

    THE ONLY WAY THAT WOULD HAPPEN IS IF THE MILITARY TOOK CONTROL AND HAD THE GOVERNMENT STAND DOWN UNTIL THE INVESTIGATION WAS COMPLETED.

    I’m sure someone thought this all out…right?

    Get a theme guys. Make it simple. Otherwise, you’ll lose control and recognition.

    Good Ruck.

      • Tammy says:

        Bring it, Admin.
        If we see a peaceful demonstration, we will commend you.

        If we see England, we will shoot you.

        Unlike the UK, we own guns. And I don’t know about the rest of you here, but if anyone tries to destroy MY property or tries to kill me, I will shoot to kill.
        I promise.

        • Mark Matis says:

          Don’t expect to be able to shoot them in the Big Crapple. Nor in Sh*tcago either. San Franksdicksco? Yeah, right! And you know the REST of the metropolitan areas you can add to that list. Because if you even TRY to defend yourself or your property there, the pigs will be on you like stink on Barney Frank.

    • Doug says:

      Perhaps our anger should be directed at those that contribute nothing, yet expect to be supported by those that do pay-into the system. We have an entire culture that is parasitic by their very nature. They sit at home and watch Oprah, except on the days that they have to cash their government check. We have shown a generation that if they need a raise just squeeze out anouther kid, and you get more welfare, more ADC, and maybe even a new bigger apartment, all at no cost to you. It is the entitlements that are bringing this country down. Take your day of rage to Harlem, where it belongs.

  • Nancy Raabe says:

    “Day of R-a-g-e”, in my own humble opinion, cannot be ‘non-violent’.

    Me thinks the Tea Party is more civilized.

  • Dean Procter says:

    Liberty isn’t telling people what to think. It’s giving them a voice. 1 Citizen 1 Vote $1 campaign contributions sounds more like giving a voice to the citizens in a chamber where all that can be heard is the corporate echo.

  • Thank you for the warning Tevor, thanks very much.

  • Stan says:

    Just not going to happen. World leaders and their backers are just paniced because of what has happened to England. That’s why there’s been so much INACCURATE speculation about what the rioters were. This kind of early warning story, is just a panic response.

  • Johnny Bailey says:

    Beware! I don’t like the way this smells at all! If this is an attempt to get folk’s guard down, to allow you to amass on Wall St. under a peaceful guise, and then at a pre-arranged time, turn into a London-style mob, woe be to you all. Like the lady said above; after watching the Anarchy of England (and the limp-wristed Government response to it) you all break out into a looting, raping mob, lots of folks are gonna get ventilated.
    I would warn further that this smacks of folks trying to incite spontanious uprisings in cities all over America. This stinks of Leftist coordination. Again, beware. A yankee city is one thing. Short of shopowners, most folks up there aren’t packing. I wouldn’t reccommend “spontanious rebellion” ala Philidalphia and Wisconsin, in southern cities and locales. I PROMISE, it doesn’t end well for looters and Anarchists.

    Conclusion 1) Dumb idea. Folks are WAY too itchy right now for something like this to come off without a hitch. After watching the “Social Justice” crowd demolish a proud city like London, I won’t HESITATE to shoot anything that even REMOTELY looks like a threat to my family if this gets out of hand and spreads across america. Further, I’ll know you are coming, courtesy of the media, and will have ample time to prepare. Not good news for you.

    Conclusion 2) Patriots have been relatively peaceful so far. Are these Leftist-coordinated uprisings DESIGNED BY THE LEFTIST ADMINISTRATION to create chaos and then order Martial Law when law-abiding citizens respond to threatening situations? Think this one through, folks.

    Conclusion 3) The city of New York is out of their minds if they are even REMOTELY considering issuing permitting for something like this.

  • Greycoat says:

    Admin: Don’t piss down our backs and tell us it’s raining.

    (PS – I’ve wanted to use that line from Clint Eastwood’s Josey Wells for a long time and now I have the perfect opportunity to do so)

  • Ron Harders says:

    Another bunch of liars bent on leading the uninformed down the garden path to marxism. Should they get out of hand and start to be violent, we should be making serious notes on who they are and when they have dispersed taking them individually to task and to local hospitals. They have no problem hurting us. We can no longer allow them the freedom to demonstrate without the fear of reprisal from an upset public.

    Ron

  • Brian Bonner says:

    The Constitution is the Solution! :et us get back to our Republic, nothing else is exceptable

  • BetterDays says:

    @Admin
    You take great liberty with concepts from 12 step programs, with intent I’m sure. Are you aware that it’s impossible to have honestly worked the steps and come out LIBERAL afterwards? It’s just the facts, one can not have done a searching a fearless moral inventory and then end up with the same mindset that one began with, it defy’s physics to do so.

    Without a greater discussion as to what lies beneath your desire to act with the ” day of rage”, I hesitate to tell you your program(s) are a farce. But there are wrong ways to do a right thing, your little idea (DoR) is such an endeavor IMHO.

    If you truly wanted to impact those who are through usury and manipulation are ruining this nation and with us the world, your (DoR) would be at the UN or within the callow halls of the Council on Foreign Relations. Or perhaps at all the FED branch’s, but Wall Street is NOT a well thought out target, for it has far too much to do with ” every man ” in terms of ” investment”. The “middle class” that’s supposedly near and dear to the “liberally minded”, have their retirements ensconced within Wall Street, your little (DoR) damages those you espouse to protect. Again your targeting is either skewed badly, or your rhetoric is banal and full of feltergarb, which is it?

    One voice, one vote, that’s how this fine REPUBLIC is supposed to work, but one gets BACK the REPUBLIC by electing like minded individuals to congress, not by having temper tantrums on Wall Street, or any street.

  • Patriotagent says:

    Is there going to be a Day of rage in Sacramento on Sept17th??

  • All,

    About GulagBound.com being down: after hours of trying, today, I was finally able to reach the server hosting company and they are told there was a power outage, wild timing.

    I was on my ear, since GulagBound.com got hit with an actual DoS attack toward the end of 2010, right after we posted an article profiling WikiLeaks (and Anonymous and related) as seeming to be tools of what has been described as “the coming insurrection,” So, “fool me once, shame on me,” then one must be careful not to get fooled in the other direction, when the server goes down within minutes of linking, with further analysis to such as these and Lulzsec.

    Look at the duplicity of their “non-violent” stance (while they boldly list their partner to be European Revolution, which graphically celebrates the current terrorism in the UK).

    There is more to relate once the Gulag is stable.

    Live Sovereign…
    Arlen Williams
    Gulag Bound

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