"Do not let that happen in the darkness."
With this much "misunderstanding" evident about the nature of what they're briefing themselves on, it's a fair question to ask if law enforcement is truly interested in learning first-hand about the subject of their brief? Or does it serve their purpose to stick with SPLC talking points in order to justify potential future actions with the media?
Vanderboegh's not going to give them that out, at least not to where anyone capable of basic fact-checking can conclude anything other than the forces directing domestic "lawfare" are deliberately avoiding learning--and then disseminating--the truth. So he's made an offer on his Sipsey Street Irregulars blog that no honest officer of the law could refuse:
I would be happy to venture out amongst the clueless heathen in our newly-federalized system of political police spying (aka "fusion centers" and "joint task forces") and give an in-service to KCTEW or any other law enforcement group who would like a direct briefing on the constitutional militia movement and the Three Percent concept straight, as they say, "from the horse's mouth.".
For free. Such a deal!
Click here to read his entire proposal.
Will they take him up on it?
I don't think there's a chance in hell. I pray I'm flat-out wrong.
So if it's a moot point, why report on it?
It's important to recall that David Koresh offered to speak with the government, too, before their murderous raid, which a peaceable conversation could have preempted entirely. They refused.
It's evident Vanderboegh is being focused on. It's imperative we--that means you too--do not let that happen in the darkness.
If you agree, please share the links to his offer and to this column far and wide, via email lists, on blogs and forums, and why not even with the "mainstream press," so the "Authorized Journalists" can't claim plausible deniability if the time comes when they would prefer to parrot the "official" line?