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Gun Activists Warn Obama is Raising a Private Black Army to Massacre White Americans

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Gun Owners of America president Larry Pratt appeared Tuesday on the Talk to Solomon Show alongside conservative blogger Greg W. Howard, of Twittergate fame, for another chance to spew anti-Obama conspiracy theories.

Pratt predicted that President Obama may begin confiscating guns in order to provoke a violent response to justify further oppression, which host Stan Solomon feared would lead to the imprisonment of hundreds of thousands of people.

Pratt once again insisted that Obama is acting like King George III, a sentiment with which Solomon concurred, saying, “That will happen quickly and they will wipe those people out to set an example.”

But Solomon wasn’t finished: “I believe they will put together a racial force to go against an opposite race resistance, basically a black force to go against a white resistance, and then they will claim anyone resisting the black force they are doing it because they are racist.”

Howard agreed: “You may be right because he has been sowing the seeds of racial hatred; we were healing quite well as a nation on racial issues until Obama came along and now we have a lot of racial discord.”

After arguing that Obama is “not American” and not a natural born citizen, Howard maintained that Obama may begin “wiping out a few hundred people who own guns, pull a large scale Waco or a Ruby Ridge type incident” and have it “tinged it with racial overtones.” But just in case Obama goes through with his plans to “take down” the Internet, “people are setting up phone-trees all over the place” to stop Obama in his tracks.

“If Obama can take your guns away he can take your car, he can take your home, he can take your bank account, he can take your very life,” Howard said.

Unsurprisingly, Pratt agreed with their insane ramblings: “I do agree that the Obama administration would definitely be capable of something as evil as you were suggesting.”

However, Pratt warned that “a lot of people resolved, ‘no more free Wacos,’” and that if Obama “starts playing the massacre game the way you did at Waco, well, you’re going to get surrounded, you won’t be able to go home safely, your family won’t be safe.”

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by on Mar. 6, 2013 at 7:34 PM
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FromAtoZ
by AllieCat on Mar. 6, 2013 at 8:30 PM

Just the title of this post, alone, is enough to make me giggle for a half hour.

Let me guess, some one really believes all of this?

Goodwoman614
by Satan on Mar. 6, 2013 at 8:37 PM



Quoting FromAtoZ:

Just the title of this post, alone, is enough to make me giggle for a half hour.

Let me guess, some one really believes all of this?


Yes. Scarily, yes. And many more than you might guess.

charleyd68
by Platinum Member on Mar. 6, 2013 at 8:56 PM

Wow! Healing,huh? Well I guess I missed that memo. And in this insane ramble,why is it a "black army"? Obama is half white!!!!

AdrianneHill
by Platinum Member on Mar. 6, 2013 at 9:44 PM
That's crazy. I bet their uniforms are bitchin. I mean really, a cross between the guys in the background of Public Enemy and maybe a Nehru jacket kinda thing.
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turtle68
by Mahinaarangi on Mar. 6, 2013 at 9:46 PM
1 mom liked this

 didnt read the post or watched the video....but the title just made me giggle :-)

WesternNYmom
by Silver Member on Mar. 6, 2013 at 10:17 PM
3 moms liked this

It scares me to know that there are people out there who actually believe this.

soonergirl980
by Silver Member on Mar. 6, 2013 at 11:06 PM

lol you sound as paranoid as he is.


Quoting Goodwoman614:



Quoting stringtheory:

Oh my.


They walk among us, here.

Oh sure. Some sense it won't go over well in mixed company, & try to hide their views that are on board with this crazytrain, but then... But then we have those *darling few* who have the nerve (because they lack in self-respect - and who can blame them? - and therefore any respect for others) to come on social media, & pretend...try to "cloak" their sh*t to appear like it's something else. 



gdiamante
by Silver Member on Mar. 7, 2013 at 1:02 AM

The Southern Poverty Law Center has this guy on a list of "false patriots."

http://www.splcenter.org/get-informed/intelligence-report/browse-all-issues/2001/summer/false-patriots?page=0,8

Eight Lanes Out
Larry Pratt, 58

Larry Pratt, a gun rights absolutist whose Gun Owners of America (GOA) has been described as "eight lanes to the right" of the National Rifle Association, may well be the person who brought the concept of citizen militias to the radical right.

In 1990, Pratt wrote a book, Armed People Victorious, based on his study of "citizen defense patrols" used in Guatemala and the Philippines against Communist rebels — patrols that came to be known as death squads for their murderous brutality.

Picturing these groups in rosy terms, Pratt advocated similar militias in the United States — an idea that finally caught on when he was invited for a meeting of 160 extremists, including many famous white supremacists, in 1992.

It was at that meeting, hosted in Colorado by white supremacist minister Pete Peters, that the contours of the militia movement were laid out.

Pratt, whose GOA has grown since its 1975 founding to some 150,000 members today, hit the headlines in a big way when his associations with Peters and other professional racists were revealed, convincing arch-conservative Pat Buchanan to eject him as a national co-chair of Buchanan's 1996 presidential campaign.

The same year, it emerged that Pratt was a contributing editor to a periodical of the anti-Semitic United Sovereigns of America, and that his GOA had donated money to a white supremacist attorney's group.

Pratt is today close to the extremist Constitution Party and its radical theology."

Goodwoman614
by Satan on Mar. 7, 2013 at 1:11 AM



Quoting gdiamante:

The Southern Poverty Law Center has this guy on a list of "false patriots."

http://www.splcenter.org/get-informed/intelligence-report/browse-all-issues/2001/summer/false-patriots?page=0,8


Eight Lanes Out
Larry Pratt, 58

Larry Pratt, a gun rights absolutist whose Gun Owners of America (GOA) has been described as "eight lanes to the right" of the National Rifle Association, may well be the person who brought the concept of citizen militias to the radical right.

In 1990, Pratt wrote a book, Armed People Victorious, based on his study of "citizen defense patrols" used in Guatemala and the Philippines against Communist rebels — patrols that came to be known as death squads for their murderous brutality.

Picturing these groups in rosy terms, Pratt advocated similar militias in the United States — an idea that finally caught on when he was invited for a meeting of 160 extremists, including many famous white supremacists, in 1992.

It was at that meeting, hosted in Colorado by white supremacist minister Pete Peters, that the contours of the militia movement were laid out.

Pratt, whose GOA has grown since its 1975 founding to some 150,000 members today, hit the headlines in a big way when his associations with Peters and other professional racists were revealed, convincing arch-conservative Pat Buchanan to eject him as a national co-chair of Buchanan's 1996 presidential campaign.

The same year, it emerged that Pratt was a contributing editor to a periodical of the anti-Semitic United Sovereigns of America, and that his GOA had donated money to a white supremacist attorney's group.

Pratt is today close to the extremist Constitution Party and its radical theology."


How unsurprising. Thanks for posting this info.

Goodwoman614
by Satan on Mar. 7, 2013 at 1:17 AM


And wait...what?

Quoting gdiamante:

The Southern Poverty Law Center has this guy on a list of "false patriots."

http://www.splcenter.org/get-informed/intelligence-report/browse-all-issues/2001/summer/false-patriots?page=0,8


Eight Lanes Out
Larry Pratt, 58

Larry Pratt, a gun rights absolutist whose Gun Owners of America (GOA) has been described as "eight lanes to the right" of the National Rifle Association, may well be the person who brought the concept of citizen militias to the radical right.

In 1990, Pratt wrote a book, Armed People Victorious, based on his study of "citizen defense patrols" used in Guatemala and the Philippines against Communist rebels — patrols that came to be known as death squads for their murderous brutality.

Picturing these groups in rosy terms, Pratt advocated similar militias in the United States — an idea that finally caught on when he was invited for a meeting of 160 extremists, including many famous white supremacists, in 1992.

It was at that meeting, hosted in Colorado by white supremacist minister Pete Peters, that the contours of the militia movement were laid out.

Pratt, whose GOA has grown since its 1975 founding to some 150,000 members today, hit the headlines in a big way when his associations with Peters and other professional racists were revealed, convincing arch-conservative Pat Buchanan to eject him as a national co-chair of Buchanan's 1996 presidential campaign.

The same year, it emerged that Pratt was a contributing editor to a periodical of the anti-Semitic United Sovereigns of America, and that his GOA had donated money to a white supremacist attorney's group. Holy shit - 150,000 members?? Yeah, like I was saying-way more of the crazy than you'd ever guess. And freakin' co-chair of Buchanan's pres campaign...yeah, I remember hearing about his ties o white-supremacists/anti-Semites, but don't remember this detail. Oh but hey! That didn't stop Fux notNews from hiring him.

Pratt is today close to the extremist Constitution Party and its radical theology."



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