It gets even uglier in Wisconsin

Lee DeCovnick
Disturbing news continues to trickle out from Norte de Venezuela, the state formally known as Wisconsin. Despite the best efforts of the MSM to embargo information concerning the shockingly bad behavior of thousands of public employee union members, more ominous information has come to light.

From the Pierce County Herald on March 14th, 2011 we read of the uncivil reception Governor Walker received before a speech to a GOP Lincoln Day fundraiser in Washburn.

WASHBURN - Wisconsin's protracted family fight over the budget and public employee unions moved to this Bayfield County town Saturday evening, as embattled Gov. Scott Walker spoke at an invitation-only event and was greeted by at least 2,000 angry protesters outside.

Walker arrived in a convoy of six unmarked police cars that pulled up at 5:45 p.m. to the Steak Pit for a Republican Lincoln Day fundraiser. The large, boisterous crowd, which had been lining the streets leading to the restaurant since 4:30, quickly recognized him and erupted in boos and shouts of "Recall Walker."

The convoy moved through quickly and without incident, and most of the protesters began to follow a circuitous route on public pathways to a spot behind the restaurant where they continued the protest within earshot of the Republican Party faithful inside.

Bayfield County Sheriff Paul Susienka said Saturday evening that he didn't have a crowd estimate, but various people had estimated the size at between 2,000 and 5,000. So the protest likely at least doubled the size of Washburn, which has a population of 2,271.

Susienka said there had been no incidents and no arrests.

We wanted to be able to let people say their piece," Susienka said. "Our primary focus was for the safety of the governor and the congressman." He referred to Rep. Sean Duffy, who arrived at the event well before Walker.

People were definitely saying their piece, greeting each vehicle that arrived for the dinner with shouts of "Shame!" while waving protest signs and shaking their fists. One person videotaped the license plates of at least some of the vehicles that entered. [emphasis added]

Protesters banged pots, shook tambourines at car windows and sounded horns. Most of the drivers and their passengers stared straight ahead. They had to navigate through a narrow tunnel formed by protesters on both sides, held back by Bayfield County Sheriff's deputies and rally organizers.

Yes, unionistas are videotaping.  This may be the first step in setting up counter-intelligence databases to be used against Americans citizens based on their political inclinations.  How does this all work?  First, a few feckless law enforcement folks will have to illegally access the Wisconsin DMV for the names and home addresses of these drivers. Then using a reverse address directory, the unionistas will get access to landline phone numbers, followed by a quick look at a public campaign databases, which will yield the amounts of their political contributions. With this much information, a good opposition security search could easily access property tax records, arrest records, credit reports, children's names and ages, employers' names, and in many cases, social security numbers.

There are no limits to the nasty financial mayhem that could be brought against these GOP attendees. Of course, blackmail and extortion are the well-worn tools of the union movement. Old school union tactics usually meant slashing tires; these new school unionista's know that messing up your credit, boycotting your employer, and reducing your ability to find another job would be just as effective as sending a goon with a baseball bat to break a few windows.

To those who attended the Lincoln Day fundraiser, I might suggest you file a request with the Wisconsin DMV to see who has accessed your car registration file in last few days. I'm sure it would make interesting reading for your family, your lawyer, and your local District Attorney.

So, why are the unions speeding down this dark road of thuggery and intimidation?  Especially at a time in this country where level headedness and reason are in desperately short supply.  One possible answer is that the leftist MSM, the Obama Administration and the public employee unions are purposely baiting a media trap for white conservatives and the GOP. The forces of progressive collectivism are hoping that just one white husband or father will take these acts of intimidation personally enough to launch an attack upon a union rally using a pistol or rifle.  Conservatives could almost write the national news headlines for the following five weeks; the White House calling for US troops to protect the helpless union members, unions as innocent victims of corporate America, white racism, hysterical editorials for gun control, the list is endless. It would become the perfect storms of liberal victimization, 24 /7 on every channel, in every newspaper.

Finally, there is one other repugnant alternative. The leftists may be already setting up a conservative "patsy" to spring their trap for them. This would be the unions' version of a 21st century Reichstag fire, which places the blame for a horrific act falsely upon a political opponent.

So, "false flag" operations can't happen here, in our oh-so sophisticated open society? Well, with gas expected to reach $5.00 a gallon this summer, the Federal deficit running $4.12 billion a day, retail food prices climbing to record levels, and cataclysmic upheavals in the Arab world, this Administration and the union thugs make no apologies that they desire a domestic political crisis that allows them to slime conservatives over and over again until Election Day, 2012.
Disturbing news continues to trickle out from Norte de Venezuela, the state formally known as Wisconsin. Despite the best efforts of the MSM to embargo information concerning the shockingly bad behavior of thousands of public employee union members, more ominous information has come to light.

From the Pierce County Herald on March 14th, 2011 we read of the uncivil reception Governor Walker received before a speech to a GOP Lincoln Day fundraiser in Washburn.

WASHBURN - Wisconsin's protracted family fight over the budget and public employee unions moved to this Bayfield County town Saturday evening, as embattled Gov. Scott Walker spoke at an invitation-only event and was greeted by at least 2,000 angry protesters outside.

Walker arrived in a convoy of six unmarked police cars that pulled up at 5:45 p.m. to the Steak Pit for a Republican Lincoln Day fundraiser. The large, boisterous crowd, which had been lining the streets leading to the restaurant since 4:30, quickly recognized him and erupted in boos and shouts of "Recall Walker."

The convoy moved through quickly and without incident, and most of the protesters began to follow a circuitous route on public pathways to a spot behind the restaurant where they continued the protest within earshot of the Republican Party faithful inside.

Bayfield County Sheriff Paul Susienka said Saturday evening that he didn't have a crowd estimate, but various people had estimated the size at between 2,000 and 5,000. So the protest likely at least doubled the size of Washburn, which has a population of 2,271.

Susienka said there had been no incidents and no arrests.

We wanted to be able to let people say their piece," Susienka said. "Our primary focus was for the safety of the governor and the congressman." He referred to Rep. Sean Duffy, who arrived at the event well before Walker.

People were definitely saying their piece, greeting each vehicle that arrived for the dinner with shouts of "Shame!" while waving protest signs and shaking their fists. One person videotaped the license plates of at least some of the vehicles that entered. [emphasis added]

Protesters banged pots, shook tambourines at car windows and sounded horns. Most of the drivers and their passengers stared straight ahead. They had to navigate through a narrow tunnel formed by protesters on both sides, held back by Bayfield County Sheriff's deputies and rally organizers.

Yes, unionistas are videotaping.  This may be the first step in setting up counter-intelligence databases to be used against Americans citizens based on their political inclinations.  How does this all work?  First, a few feckless law enforcement folks will have to illegally access the Wisconsin DMV for the names and home addresses of these drivers. Then using a reverse address directory, the unionistas will get access to landline phone numbers, followed by a quick look at a public campaign databases, which will yield the amounts of their political contributions. With this much information, a good opposition security search could easily access property tax records, arrest records, credit reports, children's names and ages, employers' names, and in many cases, social security numbers.

There are no limits to the nasty financial mayhem that could be brought against these GOP attendees. Of course, blackmail and extortion are the well-worn tools of the union movement. Old school union tactics usually meant slashing tires; these new school unionista's know that messing up your credit, boycotting your employer, and reducing your ability to find another job would be just as effective as sending a goon with a baseball bat to break a few windows.

To those who attended the Lincoln Day fundraiser, I might suggest you file a request with the Wisconsin DMV to see who has accessed your car registration file in last few days. I'm sure it would make interesting reading for your family, your lawyer, and your local District Attorney.

So, why are the unions speeding down this dark road of thuggery and intimidation?  Especially at a time in this country where level headedness and reason are in desperately short supply.  One possible answer is that the leftist MSM, the Obama Administration and the public employee unions are purposely baiting a media trap for white conservatives and the GOP. The forces of progressive collectivism are hoping that just one white husband or father will take these acts of intimidation personally enough to launch an attack upon a union rally using a pistol or rifle.  Conservatives could almost write the national news headlines for the following five weeks; the White House calling for US troops to protect the helpless union members, unions as innocent victims of corporate America, white racism, hysterical editorials for gun control, the list is endless. It would become the perfect storms of liberal victimization, 24 /7 on every channel, in every newspaper.

Finally, there is one other repugnant alternative. The leftists may be already setting up a conservative "patsy" to spring their trap for them. This would be the unions' version of a 21st century Reichstag fire, which places the blame for a horrific act falsely upon a political opponent.

So, "false flag" operations can't happen here, in our oh-so sophisticated open society? Well, with gas expected to reach $5.00 a gallon this summer, the Federal deficit running $4.12 billion a day, retail food prices climbing to record levels, and cataclysmic upheavals in the Arab world, this Administration and the union thugs make no apologies that they desire a domestic political crisis that allows them to slime conservatives over and over again until Election Day, 2012.