1. After making a point about his “25 years of non-violence”, Terry gets right down to hurling some not-so-veiled threats– oh sorry, “warnings” — to the Obama administration about the upcoming violence and “convulsions” (I think it’s more than a little creepy that he felt compelled to specifically mention Nancy Pelosi and Harry Reid, as if to point out alternate targets):
2. Then he gives what’s basically a “things to do” list to his nutzoid followers — non-payment of taxes, random acts of vandalism and violence and, “God forbid”, reprisals on “individuals deemed guilty” by persons “on the fringe”:
The shorter version: Do it my way or I’ll unleash my army of crazed freaks.
Last but not least, to show how much respect he has for those who think his violent rhetoric is an incitement to, um, violence, he does an impression of a whiny liberal:
There’s actually nothing new about this kind of rhetoric; “civil war” over abortion is a recurring theme even on nice polite Canadian anti-choice blogs. So when Randall Terry refers to persons “on the fringe” as if that doesn’t include him, he’s actually right. He’s a mainstream anti-choicer, and his ideas are those of the anti-choice mainstream. Never forget that.