Wednesday, January 6, 2016

"Oregon standoff may be small, but it’s just the tip of a growing militia iceberg."

“The federal government needs to understand that as much as we disagree with these people, as much as we suspect the motives and the character of the people behind it, we won’t stand idly by and give the feds a free pass to kill them,” he said. “If they go in and take these people down violently and kill some people, there will be a national response to that. There are no more free Wacos.”

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Everything they said must be true. After all, they quote the SPLC and a former NYC police officer.

B-4 said...

"In April 2013 the Los Angeles Police Department paid a $4.2 million settlement to Margie Carranza and Emma Hernandez, the two women who were mistakenly shot by police on the morning of February 7, 2013" Both were grandmothers who were shot up because LAPD thought they were Christopher Dorner.

I am supposed to believe the police, media, an elected with this sort of behavior running rampant in this country? The COTUS has no provision for .gov to own or control land within any State. Gov intimidation of late has reached the point were the frog/s are now self aware and starting to understand how the boiling water trick works. Took a long time to get to this point but it all could/can be reversed very quickly once good men start doing do bad things. Keeping you fingers away from the fail-safe button is job one, as once it's pushed, there will be no going back B-4

Anonymous said...

The tip of the iceberg indeed.

Chiu ChunLing said...

For my part, I don't care who doesn't understand "Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances."

You don't understand that, and you have no right to call yourself an American. This refuge is open to the public. There is no compelling reason to prohibit people from holding a protest there. The protest is non-violent and has inflicted no damage.

This is purely an issue of whether the government can consider non-violent protest a crime. Oh, we already know they do, but usually there is some kind of "officer/public safety/interest" pretext. Not this time. There is absolutely no suggested justification for taking any action against these people other than because the government doesn't like what they are saying.

I guess I already let out that they crossed my line already, attempting to murder me without any other pretext than because I said those who enforce the law must first obey it themselves, starting with the Constitution. Now too many people are saying it for them to kill us all, but I haven't exactly forgotten that they tried to kill me personally, nor can I forget those they didn't fail to murder.

Not while they continue to threaten others for condemning their tyranny.

morsextenebris said...

Right off the bat in the first sentence you can see that the narrative is set using words or a combination thereof such as, armed, armed militiamen or anti-government. The propaganda machine is in full swing anytime the people exercise their right to reign in an out of control and illegitimate government. We freedom lovers are not anti-government, but we are getting fed up by the despotic liars, thieves and murderers within this fictional government. The Constitution outlines the limited powers of a legitimate government and we definitely do not have one. As B-4 stated, there is no provision within the COTUS for land ownership by any of the alphabet agencies, or for their existence for that matter, no EPA, BATFE, FBI, CIA, NSA, etc.

Anonymous said...

The comments are much more informative than the presstitute's article. Maybe a good sign that the media whoring is becoming understood by many.

Steve Miller said...

So many lies, so little time but I'll address this one:

“Having the county sheriff involved is a smart move, because the sheriff is the person they answer to in much of the movement,”

Er um, the sheriff is the person the FEDS answer to dumba**! He REPORTS to US!

MikeH. said...

So much for due process.

If I am catching the full thrust of what this gargantuan excretory orifice is spewing; anyone who says or does anything, or nothing, should be "taken out" rather than be permitted the opportunity to seek redress over perceived or actual evil deeds committed by the government.

Yet another moron who didn't pay attention to the words he spoke when administered his oath.

MikeH.
A Geriatric Threeper With A Heavy Heart