Elitists # 1: How long before they riot? I put big money into my vending service for the camps, and nothing's kicked off yet!
Elitist # 2: Don't worry about it. We'll keep letting the #cops kill 'em. But if they don't riot soon, we'll use Plan B - have our brown imports riot and say it was them.
Elitist # 1: Got NDAA in place – the concentration camp law?
Elitist # 2: Check.
Elitist # 1: Got the Peacetime Martial Law EO signed?
Elitist # 2: Check.
Elitist # 1: Got enough low-I.Q. police officers to carry this thing off? Wouldn’t want any of them thinking for themselves.
Elitist # 2: Check. We stopped hiring intelligent cops years ago. One candidate sued. The Supreme Court backed us up on that.
Elitist # 1: Got them trained?
Elitist # 2: Check. Been having drills in cities for years. Sent some overseas to train, too.
Elitist # 1: Got enough biomass incinerators? Wouldn’t want to smell their stinking bodies.
Elitist # 2: Check. Most of them are positioned on or near prison grounds.
Elitist # 1: What about the soldiers?
Elitist # 2: We keep most of them deployed. The rest – we can handle them.
Elitist # 1: Damn shame gun control didn’t work. That damn Second Amendment.
Elitist # 2: Some of them have guns. So what? Our boys have tanks, drones, bombs that can kill entire neighborhoods – every human, pet and insect – yet leave the buildings intact.
Elitist # 1: Got Toms in place to sign the orders? Wouldn’t want the world to think we’re racists.
Elitist # 2: Got them on standby everywhere they have a high population.
Elitist # 1: Well, seems like we’re all set. Cops kill their men, women, and children daily. It can’t take much longer, can it? Have we got enough radicals telling them it’s time to kill whitey?
Elitist # 2: Yes. They’re all over the Internet. We backed production of violent music, too.
Elitist # 1: Some of them say. “Don’t riot.” They say, “Boycott4Justice.” You got them censored?
Elitist # 2: Yes. NSA and neighborhood police have the peace-lovers’ messages contained.
Elitist # 1: Lots of whites won’t go along with it.
Elitist # 2: They will when they see white people being killed on breaking news. We’ll do false flags if necessary. Anybody who’s not onboard after that will be sent to camps, too. It will look better to other countries if they see both races going camping, anyway.
Elitist # 1: Well, when does it begin?
Elitist # 2: If they don’t start rioting on their own, we’ll use the imports – soon.
Elitist # 1: I should hope so. I have to answer to investors for the money I put into the business for the camps, and some of them are getting antsy.
Elitist # 2: Tell them to relax. Everything is arranged. A date is set. If they don’t riot, somebody who looks like them will. [Laughter]
BOYCOTT4JUSTICE: It's a peaceful, highly effective way to protest without leaving your home. Nobody gets prosecuted for not shopping. You have not tried everything until you boycott. Elitists do what they do for money. Control yourselves and stop spending; then we may see change. But if you ever do start feeling overwrought and frisky – and suicidal – remember who to blame for this mess. If they start rioting without us, remember. It's not your white or black neighbors. It's not even the cops, really. It's THEM - the decision makers: so-called "giants among men." I heard four radio presentations about them recently. Links to listen are available at "Giants Among Men, by MaryLovesJustice." The url is below:
++ Curtain ++ First paragraph repeated: I WRITE PLAYS. I started as a child. When I was a sixth grader, I wrote a Christmas play that my principal liked so much that he let me produce it. I chose the students to star in the play and made the rest of our class the choir. The entire school came. I was so nervous that I giggled while my friends said their lines - my lines! I didn't assign myself a role and watched from backstage. My proudest moment was when they all bowed. It was a tremendous honor for a 12-year-old. I wrote a quick play tonight. Six people speak in the play called "CAMPS AHEAD." First two men speak 14 lines each. Then the scene changes to a meeting. There, only four people speak: meeting organizer plus three. This play is a little like Twilight Zone, something I watched lots.