United for Peace and Justice is behind this nonsense.
We are calling on all citizens and governments in every country to stand with us. We are calling on all Member Nations of the U.N.; All Representatives and Justices in the World Court and International Criminal Courts; All Human Rights Advocates; All Soldiers and CIA agents and government officials who have been blackmailed or are in fear of the dictators to join us in ending this reign of corporate terror in our government.
Okayyyyyyy...I guess the fact that the President was legally elected escapes them. I also guess that nobody ever told them (or most likely they didn't understand) that just because you don't like something does not make it illegal. I guess that they also think that forcing somebody to listen to Christina Aguilara is the thing as an acid bath.
...we must storm in, show them how many of us do not accept a criminal government.
This not "peacable assembly" as protected by the Constitution. This is an act of open rebellion that can, and should be met with force necessary to quell it. If this was a protest march, I would say, "have at it" it is the right and duty of Americans to do such to redress grievences with the government. This, however, goes wayyyyyyyy beyond that.
I rather like Pirate Cove's take on this, "Nutarama: now with more insanity!" I really hope this does not end with these any of clowns getting Darwin Awards. But given the tenor of the "call to arms", I'm not holding out much hope.