Friday, March 6, 2015

Enemy action in Washington state. No adults in the room. I guess the CIA is cool with the FBI blowing the cover off several of their ops in the Northwest.

"Once is happenstance. Twice is coincidence. Three times and you can be damn sure it's enemy action." -- Military maxim.
Among the aggravations of yesterday was a continual interruption of communications between the Washington state activists and others, including me. Their cell phones were being seriously screwed with -- blocked calls, dropped calls, repeated calls not even ringing into the recipients, a call to a radio station call-in show made impossible. Yes, the empire wanted them to understand what the malevolent eye of Sauron meant. No doubt such fed-induced problems will continue today, as they vector all their snitches, agents provocateurs and badge-heavy thugs on Spokane.
It is evident that no one in responsible authority got my message about potential blowback from a light-switch operation to spook operations in the Northwest. Either the CIA doesn't care, doesn't take us seriously, or finds itself no longer the adult in the room, now hostage to the children of lesser gods of the FBI.
Motivating me to pick up the cudgel of the PATCON scandal would also be directly counterproductive to the FBI. It is equally evident that they don't care.
Keep Anthony and Maria Bosworth, Kit Lange and all the WA state activists in your prayers this day. The thoughtless federal thugs are moving to some conclusion that they will, in the end, find laden with unintended consequences.


Anonymous said...

They could be using a Stingray, which would explain a number of things.

Anonymous said...

Cell phone games are going on all across this land. It's not just happening to you folks. It's not the CIA or the fibbies (not directly targeting certain individuals anyway) it's hackers playing their games attacking our people.

In the last week I've had calls just drop, over and over, I've had calls not even ring, I've been able to call but not hear or be called and not be able to talk, I have had messages come hours and hours after they were sent, I have even had my phone go dark screen but still make calls without being able to see who's dialed. I'm experiencing endless "error occurred so the page was reloaded" but coinkydinkly only on "certain" set of pages (wink wink).

There was news recently in Arizona of a attack on phone network (though called "vandalism".

Might .gov be behind these games? Might they be targetting you guys directly? I suppose. But what about the rest of us? Are my examples due to reading your page? If so, then those "good guys" you have referred to inside the ATF better step up TODAY or understand that such labels can never again apply - fact is, any op underway would have to include ATF....

Informed42 said...

Speaking of the ATF, I recently printed off the 170 pages of the Senate Floor Debates for the 1986 Firearms Owners Protection Act, and started going through them and marking up numerous statements and information Senators entered. I'm still working on it because I think it should all be brought to the attention of the general public, and the ATF should be shown for what it actually is. The Government's own Mafia.

For decades now, the ATF has been targeting gun owners and charging them with 'technical infractions' of the firearms laws where there was no criminal intent, but a mere lack of knowledge of the laws.

The old saying that 'Ignorance of the law is no excuse', may have been true at one time, but that time is long past. Especially where changes are made and buried in pyramids of political rhetoric and deliberate obfuscation.

The ATF is really a Racketeering Influenced Corrupt Organization that has abused its authority and ruined people's lives, extorted money and guns from them, schemed and orchestrated cases of entrapment, and conspired against the American public repeatedly.

One of the entries in the debates was very clear and affirmed these things. Here it is from a letter sent to Senator Tower:

[241] One former enforcement agent wrote:

I entered the BATF, after several years of service as a border patrolman, immigrant inspector, and customs inspector, to realize a long time goal of becoming a Treasury agent. It was the biggest disappointment of my life. During those four years, I witnessed entrapment and conspiracy on the part of agents and high ranking supervisors that time and time again resulted in the arrests of honest, law-abiding citizens who had no prior arrests [sic] records. Generally these arrests resulted in [sic] the victim's selling of three firearms to an undercover BATF agent.

In northern Illinois at that time, and probably so now, one had only to sell three firearms to be classified as a dealer in firearms. This gave enormous entrapment powers to an agent who desire [sic] to make a lot of cases to impress his supervisors. Here we had a man who owned some guns. He could go to any store and buy more. It was not illegal to own guns. Who would have thought that by selling three of his guns that he would be committing a Federal felony? Yes, in this manner hundreds of people went to jail.

There are other entries that very clearly state that ATF agents had to focus on something other than moonshiners when sugar prices went up and the number of stills decreased. They had to generate more cases some other way, and by targeting gun owners that were by and large law abiding citizens, instead of criminals, there was a lot less danger involved.

The things recorded in these debates need to be revisited by those in government, and changed, because ATF is continuing the same practices today that Senate sub-committee hearings brought out in the late 1970's and early 1980's, and deemed 'reprehensible', amongst other things.

It's way past time to eliminate the ATF as an Agency, and to hold agents personally liable for their actions and abuses of citizens.

Anonymous said...

Ignorance of the law is a common law quote. However as they say we don't use common law anymore so it is the written law that counts.
For you to break a law intent is one of the conditions of infraction.

I tried to view this forum early in the morning today and I was redirected every time to the google search page with the web address of this forum in the search box. The strange thing is that I never use google.

Anonymous said...

"Once is happenstance. Twice is coincidence. Three times and you can be damn sure it's enemy action." -- Military maxim."

Yeah but that's until you understand who you are actually dealing with and how far along this is. Things get crystal clear at that point.

Anonymous said...

They did the same thing at the Bundy Ranch confrontation. Cell phone service cut off, helicopter circling taking pictures and video in "closed air space", etc... Not sure if they can block walkie talkies, but they might not be a bad alternative at the next event?

Informed42 said...

Anonymous at 7:16 AM said-
Anonymous Anonymous said...
"Once is happenstance. Twice is coincidence. Three times and you can be damn sure it's enemy action." -- Military maxim."

Yeah but that's until you understand who you are actually dealing with and how far along this is. Things get crystal clear at that point.

What would you call it if three guns were sold and all buyers just happened to be undercover agents ? Coincidence is out I think.