Wielding a sign that read, "Obama, no more Wacos", one man said: "I studied what happened at Waco and I've seen the way they burned those people out of their church. I'm not going to allow that to happen again."
excellent photos of the standoff.Mike,Spent yesterday at the "Battle of Bunkerville", what a great day! I have attached some pictures, which you are more than welcome to publish.My reflections of the day after getting a good night's sleep are that two factors are very important in securing victories over the Fed agents (or any tyrant attack dogs), NUMBERS and ARMS.One or another isn't good enough. The "Occupy" movement only had numbers and were eventually put down and disbanded. A few armed "domestic terrorists" would be put down like the Branch Davidians in Waco.Yesterday we had a thousand+, 80% armed group of patriots standing up for the Bundy's against the 30-40 armed BL:M and contractor forces, and we won. The BLM left, the Clark Co. sheriff had no option, but to stand up for the Bundy's (I am sure he didn't like that position he was forced into).Perhaps we should call this Fifth Generation warfare? The keys again are large numbers of ARMED people. They could not deploy tear gas for fear of getting shot, plus the wind was blowing back in their direction. They could do nothing but threaten us with words (which no one could understand due to bad speakers and the wind). We kept advancing with the "cavalry" in the front center and everyone else either on the sides, behind the horses or on the bridge above. The BLM hid behind their trucks and SUVs, but you could tell they wanted to leave. Finally, they said they would leave and release the cattle, if we would back up about 50 yards. The Bundy's asked the crowd to back up, and we did. Then they retreated, and two hours later the cowboys brought the cattle through the wash back towards the Bundy Ranch.I was able to give Cliven Bunday one of the copper tokens I sent to you. He was preoccupied and didn't have a chance to take a close look at it, but he thanked me for it.Here is an article from The Guardian online edition on the event. I am the one interviewed about my "Obama, no more Wacos" sign.Best wishes and hope your health issues resolve themselves,Bill from Arizona