Readers may recall my previous stories on the FBI operation known as PATCON, short for "Patriot Conspiracy." If not, you may go here and here to get up to speed. PATCON was a very deadly conspiracy in its own right by the FBI against the Constitution of the United States, using useful idiots in the so-called "Patriot" community. They are still desperate to cover up the links between PATCON and the Oklahoma City Bombing.
So imagine my amusement when I learned that Kerodin and Kompany are hosting a gathering they call "PatCon" on that God-forsaken piece of undeveloped scrub in Idaho they call "The Citadel." See "Event planned for Citadel."
So are these people -- who attempted to steal an idea, hijack a movement and trademark the Roman numeral III* (see below) -- being ignorantly, unconsciously and unintentionally funny or is this a hat tip to the constitutional criminals of the FBI?* (I'm not kidding. They send threatening letters to anyone who uses the Roman numeral III on products, claiming it to be a "violation of trademark." Seems to me that they might as well threaten to sue the Roman Republic. It was yours truly, after all, that THEY stole the idea from in the first place. Heck, I was using the concept of the Three Percent when Kerodin was still in federal prison for extortion and firearms charges. But you've got to give them credit, they're nothing if not breathtakingly unrepentant bullies, even if they are absolutely ignorant of the history of the movement they claim to represent.)