This short post below explains how we are witnessing the entrenchment of Leftist “rebels” (BLM/Antifa) throughout the country akin to what has happened step-by-step for decades in third world countries where Communists have taken over.
With Trump’s failure to designate Antifa a domestic terrorist organization (perhaps due to Soro’s business partner, Jared Kushner) and his weakness in dealing with “mostly peaceful protestors,” these groups have firmly established strongholds in Leftist cities across the country – and have even established “No Go Zones” where they reign supreme on American soil.
The next phase will be increasing crime, death and mayhem. With the “legitimate” Government unwilling to take effective action and attempts to appease these Communists, the Left will continue to take more ground.
Civil War is coming as our society is being ripped apart. You cannot keep your head in the sand or pray your way out of it. You can take a stand now, or be confronted by it very soon. “Not to act is to act” – Boenhoeffer.
Even when they call 911 for help, citizens near 38th street and Chicago Avenue in Minneapolis (the area called “George Floyd Square”) will get no help. Why? Because police have abandoned the area due to the threat of violence. It is an area where police, and to a large extent white people, are not welcome.
This is right out of the CIA insurgency handbook, which describes the second of the three phases of a revolution:
Phase II (guerrilla warfare phase) is the first level of armed violence. Irregular forces engage in sabotage, interdiction of communication and logistics links, assassination, and selective attacks against government forces. Insurgents expand their secure base areas and, where possible, link them to form strategic enclaves of political autonomy.
The second phase continues until it has caused the government to lose authority and legitimacy. This is soon followed by financial collapse, a breakdown in authority, strong symbolic actions, and perception of dual sovereignty or provisional authority, among others.
A great example of this would be Northern Ireland in 1972 was in the crisis state. The maintenance of barricaded “no-go” and “free” zones in Derry/Londonderry and Belfast during this period contributed to perceptions of provisional authority and separation of resistance from opponents. This is exactly what is happening.
Citizens then cry out for protection. The would be revolutionaries then step in and restore order. The revolutionary forces are then seen as a better solution than the now ineffective government.
This is where we are headed.