Tuesday, March 17, 2009

Red Lists, Blue Lists and Yellow Lists! OH MY!

A steady stream of alerts, bulletins and FAQS,
are being presented to law enforcement agencies vilifying Patriot and Militia groups across the nation as "domestic terrorists".

You've probably seen some of the more visible cases like the recently publicized
Missouri Information Analysis Center (MIAC) report.

We can't hold your hand and tell you everything will be OK,
because more than likely someone's nightmare scenario is correct.

Fear is a great control agent, and those in power know this.
On the opposite side of the coin,
fear can be a great motivator for those willing to take personal responsibility for the protection of their freedoms.

For those people called "conspiracy theorists",
you may want to examine some of their so called rhetoric for information that can be coordinated with these reports.

We'll play a little devils advocate by putting ourselves in the position of a totalitarian regime.

The first thing we would do is classify the population,
like the rumored "color lists" of the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA).
Not caught up on your conspiracy theories?

The "colored lists" are supposedly lists of those to be rounded up and shot prior to martial law,
or after martial law, rounded up and put in concentration camps to be re-educated,
or merely left alone for a while, and then killed or starved.

There is said to be:

Red List - These people are the enemies of the New World Order (NWO).
They are the leaders of patriot groups, outspoken ministers, outspoken talk show hosts and community leaders.

As popular rumor goes,
these people will be dragged out of their homes at 4:00 am and will be taken to FEMA detention centers and killed.

This is all supposed to take place approximately 2 weeks before martial law is enforced.

This sounds like a plot to a late night "grade B" thriller, and also doesn't account for those with the backbone to actually stand and fight their oppressors.
There is still a very small percentage of individuals who would fight.
Taking any survivors to detention centers rings true as they would need to be interrogated.

Blue List - these are also enemies of the NWO, but are followers of the Red List folks.
These people will be rounded up after martial law is in place,
and will be taken to the detention centers and "re-educated".
Various mind-control techniques will used on them.
Most will not survive this.

This makes sense tactically, it is a standard tactic of the Department of Defense (DoD).
By cutting off the head of the snake (red listers),
the body of the snake (blue listers AKA followers) will have neither direction or leadership.
The line "Most will not survive this", is an obvious attempt to scare people and impart the seriousness of the matter.

Yellow List - these are citizens who know nothing about the NWO and don't want to know.
They are considered to be no threat at all and will be instructed as to how to behave and will most likely do whatever they are told.
Unfortunately there are too many of these to be effectively controlled,
so many will be killed or starved.

These are the John/Jane Does of the population.
They will succumb to disease and starvation as conditions worsen.
They will be traded like cattle and considered no better than cattle.

If such lists truly do exist, the red listers would
have to be vilified as "domestic terrorists" to justify moving against them.
We would release alerts, bulletins and FAQS to law enforcement to accomplish this.

As you can see, this devils advocate scenario is exactly what's happening.
Should you believe everything out there?


We have met some of the deviant personalities out there,
that like stirring up trouble just for the fun of doing so, "these idiots are so gullible, watch this".

There is a lot of disinformation out there,
some dangerous and some harmless but useless.

Case in point, some of the lists of FEMA Detention Centers.
Some list WWII internment camps that are now empty fields.

RESEARCH, we cannot stress that point enough!

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