31
Mar
10

Hutaree Militia And Che Guevara

I was waiting to post on this until some of the information was more established as the first reports are fairly reliably wrong. First report I read was that they were being arrested due to threats against muslims. Now the official story is that they were planning to kill cops.

First off, I think that a name is important. Hutaree. Supposedly means Christian Warrior and as an aside I’d like to know in what language that is. Names are important as they will be remembered down the road and become rallying cries like “Remember the Alamo!” Remember the Hutaree doesn’t have the same ring however and it would be hard to have a rebellion rise up around it. Perhaps if they dropped the “ee” at the end? Then the cry would be “Remember the Hutars” which of course would be pronounced “Hooters” and if ever there were a cry to rally around, that would be it. I mean, hooters regularly get a rise out of guys and the revolution would be over in a short period of time, tho no doubt many guys would be confused as to just what they were fighting for.

But on a more serious note, I have some doubts. The official story is that this group was planning this for two years? Seriously? Thats an awful long time to plan something so simple. Kill one person, wait a week, kill a bunch more then retreat and make a stand? That doesn’t require two years planning. Also, they were contemplating killing police for two years, but offered up no resistance when those same police came to arrest them? I don’t think so. It seems HIGHLY unlikely to me that of 9 members, all of whom are supposedly plotting copicide, not one makes a stand and are all meekly arrested.

Oh, and then there is the timing of the whole thing. Nothing quite like bombing an aspirin factory finding terrorists just in time to save yourself from being impeached deflect the populaces attention from the government takeover of two industries in a week, health care and student loans.

But lets look at some mistakes they made, assuming the official story is correct:

They were looking to spark a rebellion:
That won’t happen with violence perpetrated initially by the civilians. Look at the following quote from Che Guevara’s Guerilla Warfare

Naturally, it is not to be thought that all conditions for revolution are going to be created through the impulse given to them by guerrilla activity. It must always be kept in mind that there is a necessary minimum without which the establishment and consolidation of the first center is not practicable. People must see clearly the futility of maintaining the fight for social goals within the framework of civil debate. When the forces of oppression come to maintain themselves in power against established law, peace is considered already broken.
In these conditions popular discontent expresses itself in more active forms. An attitude of resistance finally crystallizes in an outbreak of fighting, provoked initially by the conduct of the authorities.
Where a government has come into power through some form of popular vote, fraudulent or not, and maintains at least an appearance of constitutional legality, the guerrilla outbreak cannot be promoted, since the possibilities of peaceful struggle have not yet been exhausted.

(emphasis mine)
Che brings up an important point and something that we can see from our successful rebellion from England. We tried to work within the system and exhausted all peaceable options and only then was armed resistance a tool that the people would accept. The was the point our Founding Fathers were at when they wrote the Declaration of Independence. They had exhausted all reasonable means and saw no other way to have their concerns heard but to separate from their parent country.

The Hutaree also made their plans too widely known:
At least nine people have been arrested at this point. That is really more people than should be involved in an urban/suburban cell. To quote again from Che:

[The suburban guerrilla band] ought not to number more than four or five men. The limitation on numbers is important, because the suburban guerrilla must be considered as situated in exceptionally unfavorable ground, where the vigilance of the enemy will be much greater and the possibilities of reprisals as well as of betrayal are increased enormously.

Apparently the ex-wife of the leader, Captain Hutaree, was not being paid chilimony and yet she knew of their intent? Yeah. Not an overly bright leader if all is as the media has it. And if the media indeed has it right, it casts another doubt about their ability to do real harm.

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8 Responses to “Hutaree Militia And Che Guevara”


  1. 1 njartist49
    March 31, 2010 at 7:11 AM

    That this “raid” was a false flag is understood the moment one realizes that there are over 30 armed Muslim militia camps scattered throughout the rural U.S. Thy are called Jamaat ul-Fuqra. For further information on these camps go to http://gatesofvienna.blogspot.com/. A site that reports on the Islamificaiton/dhimmification of the West. Follow the above link and you will find a series of links about Jamaat ul-fuqra sites as you scroll down the left-hand side.

  2. March 31, 2010 at 8:01 AM

    This was obviously just a “get drunk and shoot at stuff” club. It now looks like the FBI had an agent inside. So now it looks like they were just trying to make good on a surveilance investment, instead of calling it a bust and walking away.

  3. March 31, 2010 at 8:02 PM

    From Rood of Wood to Dream of the M-16 [Today’s News Poem, March 31, 2010]
    http://toylit.blogspot.com/2010/03/from-rood-of-wood-to-dream-of-m-16.html
    “An Internet posting declaring war on a government agency was what provoked federal law enforcement to close in on the nine Christian extremist militia members who are now charged with plotting an attack on police.”
    -Emily Friedman and Tahman Bradley, ABC News, March 31, 2010
    http://abcnews.go.com/US/militia-members-plead-guilty-detroit-court/story?id=10251918
    “Mr. Putin said it is a matter of honor for law enforcement agencies to dredge the militants out of sewer and to bring them into God’s daylight… Umarov says that if Russians think the war is far away in the Caucasus, then “praise Allah” his organization intends to prove that the war will come home to them.”
    -Peter Fedynsky, Voice of America, March 31, 2010
    http://www1.voanews.com/english/news/europe/Russia-Seeks-to-Eliminate-North-Caucasus-Terrorists–89627452.html
    “Drain the pond to catch the fish.”
    -Mao Zedong

    The holy word was written the stock
    “I dare you: face the other end and mock
    The Lord again.” Theology is lead.
    And true believers? Alchemists who dread
    What coming transmutations might unfold.
    It’s better then to trade the faith for gold,
    Than wait for revelation’s cloudy proof.
    Since fear of death rebuts the gilded roof,
    Since atheists believe we can redeem
    This nothingness, with self-inspired theme—
    That human love exceeds the evils done—
    Rebut them with the barrel of a gun.
    http://toylit.blogspot.com

  4. April 1, 2010 at 7:02 AM

    “Oh, and then there is the timing of the whole thing.”

    It is not lost on me that 44’s administration is pulling a Clinton and going after white rabble-rousers (rather than the more dangerous Moslem ones) after taking a beating domestically. (a) it distracts the populace, and (b) it turns the populace on one another. In other words, divide and conquer.

    As far as revolutions go, Che was a Maoist. Both Che and Chairman Mao worked very hard to gain the loyalty of the populace in an attempt to wedge the people’s loyalty away from the constituted government. These so called Christian Militants did no such thing.

    They were low hanging fruit.

    Which makes me wonder about all the fanfare. The whole storyline sounded like recruiting material for those left wing racists at Southern Poverty Law Center.

  5. 5 Marcos
    April 2, 2010 at 11:55 AM

    These were just teabagging rednecks who watch Glenn Beck.

    “Che’s life is an inspiration for every human being who loves freedom, we will always honor his memory.” — Nelson Mandela

  6. April 2, 2010 at 9:43 PM

    Marcos,

    Do you normally parrot Anderson Cooper or do you just like your initial posting at a blog to be a vulgar sexual reference?

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