How can so many not remember how life was for the common man under communism and Nazi totalitarianism? The KGB, the Gestapo, the Stasi, the Brown Shirts followed by the SS…how can they be so blind?
You’d think they thought the Berlin Wall was to keep people out instead of in, again how can they be so blind?
Are we that caught up in our sporting events, our soaps, our Ipods and Ipads, and Iphones, our X-boxes and Wii’s?
Have we been fed brain cell killing additives in our foods and drinks; received in our vaccinations and meds, breathed in our chemtrailed atmosphere?
Has our school system dumbed us down so much that we aren’t able to use the remaining brain cells that we have to use deductive reasoning to distinguish what is good for us and what is not?
Have the media, academia, Hollywood, and the politicians been that successful in twisting the truth and hiding it from us?
This note is an omen!
(Before It's News) Monday, October 28, 2013 10:33
It’s no secret that Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker is intensely disliked by organized labor and Democrats.
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Indeed, the Republican governor’s opponents have made their feelings toward him very clear since he was first elected — especially during the state capital protests in 2011 and the defeated effort to have him recalled.
But if you thought the rhetoric aimed at Walker during the 2011 protests was bad, just wait until you hear his version of events included in his upcoming book, “Unintimidated: A Governor’s Story and a Nation’s Challenge” — particularly the chilling note that was sent to his wife.
State Patrol Capt. Dave Erwin, a former United States Marine, brought the governor a particularly eerie piece of hate mail during the protests that contained very specific information about his wife and children.
“[A]s I prepared to go out to the conference room for my daily press briefing, Dave came into my office and shut the door,” Walker recalls, according to a book excerpt published online.
“Sir, I don’t show you most of these, but I thought you ought to see this one,” the officer said.
The letter was addressed to Walker’s wife, Tonette. It read:
Has Wisconsin ever had a governor assassinated? Scotts heading that way. Or maybe one of your sons getting killed would hurt him more. I want him to feel the pain. I already follow them when they went to school in Wauwatosa, so it won’t be too hard to find them in Mad. Town. Big change from that house by [BLANK] Ave. to what you got now. Just let him know that it’s not right to [EXPLETIVE] over all those people. Or maybe I could find one of the Tarantinos [Tonette’s parents] back here.
Walker eventually told his wife about the threats — but only after some time had passed.
Erwin worked tirelessly to ensure Walker’s safety, the book notes. And it wasn’t just for him: Walker’s entire family was apparently being stalked.
“Governor, I’ve been at this awhile, and when the hairs stand up on the back of my neck, you have to be concerned,” the former Marine told Walker. “They know where you go to church; they’ve been to your church. They’re following your children and tracking your children. They know where your children go to school, what time they have class, what time they get out of class.”
“They know when they had football practice. They know where your wife works, they know that she was at the grocery store at this time, they know that she went to visit her father at his residence,” he said.