The ORIGINAL gathering place for a merry band of Three Percenters. (As denounced by Bill Clinton on CNN!)
Having run out of ammunition, the ATF asked the Davidians if they could retreat. The Davidians held their fire and let them go.
Today is the day of the original raid in 1993.
You start it, expect it to be finished one way or another, expect no mercy.
The bully who picks a fight, realizes he's about to get his ass kicked and screams "no fair!"
May every one of these people burn in Hell for eternity.
also the end of the Sweeney Seige in Hamilton,MAhttp://articles.courant.com/1998-01-07/news/9801070159_1_sweeney-s-wife-john-sweeney-standoff
They should've gone out and killed them all. Had they known how it would turn out...they might have. Hell, WE should have surrounded them and done the same during the standoff. Hindsight is 20/20.
The first comment posted in response to this short reminder was interesting. Is that you, Waco Jim?The flip side of that comment from any liberty minded American to Waco Jim et al. is, Next time you fed clowns go overtly rogue, don't be surprised when you realize that you can't handle what you have let loose!KPN3%
Then the FBI/ATF returned with more ammo ... then killed women and children ...Object lesson?III
Going to watch Waco: Rules of Engagement again right now on youtube. Then maybe A New Revelation.Hope the NSA likes the vid, I'm sure it's getting a lot of "hits" today.PS: "F" you, Lon, you murderous stooge, wherever you are. May you and your family endure the pain and suffering you inflicted on the Weavers and at Waco.
In hindsight, if Koresh were alive to do it again, I would hope he would've hosed them all down. Sure, the retribution would've been swift and deadly, but it was deadly nonetheless. He and his died anyway. May as well have taken a bunch with them. Koresh may have been an odd duck, maybe not, but he got far worse than any American deserved. I am saddened that most don't see the tragedy in what happened to the Davidians and only see the loss of four ATF agents as tragic. All loss of life is tragic, but it didn't have to happen if the ATF exercised the slightest restraint.
Michael McNulty, who produced Waco: Rules of Engagement died last week at 68. RIP.
I tried to get involved with the situation in Waco very early on, and offered to be a go between with the Feds and the Davidians. I tried calling the radio station, WACO, and Gov. Ann Richards. All I got was crap that should contact the FBI. I talked with a guy at a broadcasting company in Arlington, VA that was the producer of The Larry King Show. His name was Pat Piper. I told him I was willing to be a liason between the Feds and Davidians.He asked what my interest in the situation was ? I told him to prevent anymore blood shed. He asked what my qualifications were. I told him I was a listed Neutral Arbitrator with the National Mediation Board in Washington, DC, and a trained, experienced and certified mediator. When I didn't hear back from him, I called him again the next day. He wanted to know what I wanted out of the situation ? I told him, nothing, except to remain anonymous. He asked if I'd be willing to go on the air with Larry King live for 15 minutes? I told him, No, because that would discredit any neutrality credibility I had. I never heard another word from him or other authorities I contacted. Then I got really pissed off when it was over and a Texas newspaper had an article about how the authorities didn't have anymore negotiators and theirs were all worn out. Just one more lie as far as I'm concerned. The entire Fed operation was a cluster fuck from go, and a lot of people were murdered under the color of law. And that same kind of shit is on going today all over the country.
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