Is there anything, anything a all, that you would be willing to put your life on the line for? Most of you would cower in a corner, like cowards. Agree or disagree with them, the “Bundy Militia” were willing to put their lives on the line for what they believe, which is the US Constitution, of which few to none have ever read.
You might begin with Article 1, Section 8, Clause 17, which really does prohibit the federal government from owning land, except in specific circumstances, which none of those apply to the Burns situation. Only a Constitutional amendment can change the parameters of federal ownership. No law Congress passes can change this. What do people think this fight was about anyway?
The FBI claims that the most helpful evidence in the entire case was Pete Santilli’s podcasts. Santilli is an activist that was there acting as press. Santilli was broadcasting live conversations with the activists. Often times things were said that were not intended for a public audience. Santilli was arrested the same night as Amon Bundy. He was charged at 6:30 p.m. with conspiracy to impede federal officer. This is a felony offense. More
A corrupt federal government, who has been selling our lands to foreign nations, and running ranchers out of business, so they can ultimately gain complete control the food sources. It's too bad that most of the intellect of our citizenry has been successfully dumbed down enough that by the time they catch on to the process of the government building a George Orwell's 1984 style police state, it will be too late.
Rat: Alternative Media Host Who Snitched on Oregon Militia Was Already a Known FBI Informant
Alternative media personality and radio host Pete Santilli was feeding live conversations directly to the feds. We know why you keep showing up to alternative media events like Oregon, but why people keep allowing you to stay is a mystery. The Oregon standoff was an obvious surveillance trap, exposing exactly who is down with the “revolution” they see portrayed. The purpose of this post is so when the real events happen, there will be one less snitch. IND
With Finicum lying in the snow, the video shows the arrest of two other occupiers as they got out of the stuck truck: Ryan Bundy, who is Ammon's brother, and Shawna Cox. Bretzing said another woman (Victoria Sharp) was in the truck but was not arrested. He did not identify her. Bretzing said agents and troopers "provided medical assistance to Finicum" after they were "confident that they had addressed any further threats." Link Joint FBI and OSP OP Video Shawna Cox interview TCSS
Ammon Bundy and other Oregon standoff leaders considered flight risk, denied release
Of course, they weren't going to get bail... A federal court judge Wednesday ordered Ammon Bundy and six others accused in the armed takeover of the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge to remain in jail, calling them flight risks and a danger to public safety. The erstwhile occupiers made their first appearances in a U.S. District Court in Portland, each charged with a single count of conspiracy to impede officers from discharging their duties through the use of force, intimidation or threats. Oregonian
Is it standard SOP to shoot before confirmation that a weapon is on your person? I watched the unedited version of the LaVoy "execution video." Apparently, something happened that spooked the driver and he fled, later driving into a snow bank. LaVoy exited the vehicle, with his hands up. After being shot, he put his hand on his stomach. An agent comes out of woods, as Lavoy staggers forward gathering footing like he was shot, turned around and was shot again, before falling dead.
I also saw one officer run in front of the vehicle, before LaVoy put it into the snow bank to avoid hitting him. I'd call this a "government hit." What are "we the people" going to do? Nothing, because they are scared, knowing that if they step out of line, the government, at any time and any place, can have them eliminated. Remember, the ROE for a soldier in Afghanistan is to shoot, only when fired upon... NOT shoot first, ask questions later.
Enhanced and Zoomed Video: Death of LaVoy Finicum, Look CLOSELY at His Right Hand
Others, who claim Finicum’s innocence, will say that the rancher was simply clutching his chest out of reaction of being shot by the agent on the right side of the screen. From his posture however, it appears as though he is slightly lurched forward with knees bent, which would go along with the theory that he was reacting to being shot. More
I personally feel that the Bundy protest at Malheur effectively puts a spotlight on a rogue Federal Government that sent good men to prison on a terrorism charge, over a minor grass fire. A government, which has been at war, with the American people in the western states, for a century.
This was a clear message sent by the outlaw administration. Resist us and you will be murdered. However, if you want to burn, rape, loot, and assault our cities and citizens, while protesting against "Whitey," it's okay.
Government makes an example of Hammonds
So why is the federal government so insistent on making an example out of the Hammond family? They did their time and are paying the price. Why are they so dogged and relentless in spending so much time and money in trying to continue to persecute one family? Could it have anything to do with a water right case the Feds lost to the Hammonds a few years back, and they are trying to get revenge? Capital Press
"The people are the rightful masters of both Congress and the Courts. Not to overthrow the Constitution, but to overthrow the men who pervert the Constitution.” -Abraham Lincoln, February 12, 1865
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