Joe Klein on MSNBC: Seditious Speech Is Rampant

“I looked up the definition of sedition which is conduct or language inciting rebellion against the authority of the state. And a lot of these statements, especially the ones coming from people like Glenn Beck and to a certain extent Sarah Palin, rub right up close to being seditious.”

Mr. Klein is a CFR member and has held numerous positions as a journalist working for globalist institutions such as newsreek and cccpbs so it stands to reason he would be against any form of speech that questions the “authority of the State.”   In my opinion, Mr. Klein is guilty of treason under the Constitution’s definition.  In his position as a prominent journalist he has waged war against the sovereignty of the US and has given aid and comfort to its enemies – the banks and globalist corporations.

Of course, Mr. Klein feels people like myself should be in reeducation camps where we can be properly indoctrinated to support the “greater good” of fiat currency, cartelized banking, and monopoly power for the elite.

Never mind the First Amendment or the rest of the Constitution.  People who question the State must be rounded up and shot.  See Soviet Russia and East Germany for great examples of what Mr. Klein feels is an ideal society.

America has had anti-sedition laws in the past which I’ve spoken on.  I’m sure Mr. Klein would support such legislation today.

Praise Mao.

  • Jason Eisenstadt

    Its called projection, a technique often employed by the progressives (neo-marxist collectivist). Outfits like MSNBC are actiually the ones guilty of this; attacking U.S. military for being “racists” while stoking racial hatred by the one-sided, Al Sharpton tirades and select stories promoted in a propganda-like manner.

    Collectivist politics of any stripe requires enemies, because they rely upon coercion. Socialist utopias don’t come into existence spontaneously. There would be no need for confiscatory tax rates on the wealthy, if the wealthy voluntarily used their money to buy cars and houses for everyone in the lower income brackets, without requiring them to work in return. Nobody would be talking about nationalizing health care if doctors and hospital staff were happy to work eighty hour weeks for minimum wage, and pharmaceutical companies were run as giant charities that cheerfully sank billions into developing drugs they resell at cost. Few people would leave a sizable chunk of their estates to the government, if the government didn’t seize the money through death taxes. No large group of people on Earth has every freely chosen to peacefully organize themselves into a socialist collective – they either slip into it through small losses of freedom that seem relatively painless as they happen, or they are forced into it at gunpoint. If Franklin Delano Roosevelt had proposed Obama’s current budget and regulatory plans at the outset of the New Deal, he would have been laughed out of office, and if he had attempted to impose Obama’s policies by force, he would have needed infantry platoons and tanks.

    The basic premise of socialist government, as Obama famously explained to a plumber in Ohio last fall, is to take wealth away from the more successful people in society, and “spread that wealth around.” This will always be a more attractive proposition to the people serving as the bread, than the people being used as the peanut butter. The creators of wealth must be forced to participate in the system, far beyond the point where a sense of civic duty or compassion for the downtrodden would keep them in line. After all, nearly half the country currently pays no income taxes, and they’re not all “downtrodden” people deserving of charity. In fact, the socialist dream is to reach the point where over half the population pays no taxes, and will thus be inclined to support all expansions of government power. You can’t get to the magic 51% of tax dependents just by using hungry orphans as props.