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I think a legitimate post-election question/concern

I have to wonder if law enforcement in some U.S. cities could be anticipating the possibility of "extracurricular jubilation" and be preparing for it....or is this thinking purely paranoia?

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Re: Extracurricular jubilation:

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The folks in law enforcement I've read and heard and talked to all seem prepared for something to happen Tuesday night. They figure that if Obama wins it'll be celebratory rioting like that which all too often happens when a pro sports team wins a championship - maybe with an dose of "get Whitey" tossed in for good measure.

If Obama loses? As one Indianapolis cop I know said, "Then, all bleepin' hell breaks loose."

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It would seem that, in either event...win or loose....,

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the onus of speaking out to quell any violence would fall to Obama and his supporters.

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Fear has been raised

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.... among "whitey" with such statements that you have not been alone in hearing.

Also, fear has been raised generally re: the that we would have a president that promotes terrorism and socialism>communism>Marxism if McCain doesn't win,

So there could be equal opportunity fear-driven riots should McCain lose.

I suspect law enforcement would monitor the sale of diesel fuel and fertilizer as well.

Angeline
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Racist site indicates no riots from white power groups.

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http://www.stormfront.org/forum/showthread.php?t=535473

Decided to read through some of the posts. They DO NOT want to see Obama killed due to the Martyr factor, for one. Surprised? Here's one such comment. I suspect they are more worried about some black group or person doing it for the political mileage they can get from a new Martyr like MLK was. The general consensus there seems that liberals are out to try and make trouble and the ones already targeted for "death threats" were just idiots best ignored.


"There are far worse things than having a black president--for instance, killing one is far worse! If anyone wants to see things get really bad for whites, then this is the way to go, folks! Might as well wrap up the whole movement and invite oppression.

I'm glad they got picked up, and I hope they go down the road long enough to keep their germs out of the gene pool. I would not be surprised if at least one of them were mentally ill and undiagnosed, though an insanity defense is not good enough. This situation should be an example to us--of what not to tolerate, i.e., violence in any case except real self-defense.

The southern state of Virginia voted in the first black governor--Wilder--guess what? WE ARE STILL HERE."


another comment;

I agree that behavior like this will not help our cause - it just gives the Jewish MSM more ammo to attack White Nationalists (not "supremacists"), labeling us as mentally unstable, psychopathic killers.

one more;

I dont think we should be talking about this as this has absolutely nothing to do with us. This whole story stinks, and these two clowns have nothing to do with Stormfront or white nationalism as a whole. I would say that these are the people we need to distance ourselves from but they were never here to begin with.

No, I think if there are riots, they will start in the same places and by the same groups that always start them. There's no plans it seems to start them from the opposite side.
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Yeah, right. Republicans are gonna riot!

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Unbelieveable.

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I have heard:

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Best case, cars burn
Worst case, houses burn.

All I know, it means a LOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOONG day for me.

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I dunno, Steven but it

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... is possible that the well has already been poisoned enough that perhaps expectations are, shall I say, preferred over disappointment?Sad


Angeline
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I agree

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The Democrats have done a wonderful job of fomenting the "racism" issue.

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(NT) You're kidding, right?

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Once more, it is a case of certain "conservative" groups...

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... predicting the sky will be falling.

**** Cheney swore that the US would be attacked if the country voted for John Kerry back in 2004. Now, "conservatives" see race wars whether Obama wins or loses. The Atmosphere of Fear that politics has re-adopted in this country just saddens me. The delight of certain people as they predict doom is palpable. Have these people lost all confidence in the American way of life... or are they hoping it will all fall apart, just because their particular flavor of political philosophy is on a downswing?

Most of the discussions on this forum just saddens me anymore.

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Total BS

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I guess you didn't read Erica Jong's rant. It's the lefty loons who are predicting/threatening violence oif Obama should lose.

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I read it...

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I am curious when you became so concerned over the opinion of the woman who wrote "Fear of Flying" ?

The sky is falling, the sky is falling, and the proof is from the woman who coined the term "zipless ****". Sheesh, you need to get a life.

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It's news..

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is it not when the lefties threaten riots?


Moronic insult ignored.

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(NT) Wow, you are desperate for attention.

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In 2012 you might get the Iraqis to run the election.

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Paper ballots, Purple ink on the fingers, no violence

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Remember though...

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just because they voted in a freely held election... that doesn't make them winners.

Wink

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I recall something like that a few months ago.

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But I thought it MADE them winners

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Weren't there lots of

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armed troops in the streets and curfews and travel restrictions on election day in Iraq?

Do you recommend those for the US?

Dan

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Travel restrictions?

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Did that stop them from getting to the polling places?

Are you suggesting that election wasn't representational of the Iraqi people's mandate?

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Yes, restrictions.

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If memory serves, vehicular traffic was banned during polling. That may have been just in the cities.

I'm not making that suggestion. Why would you think I am?

Dan

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