Saturday, January 16, 2016

On presenting the enemy with a hammer to hit you over the head with. Well, I guess they really thought this targeting stuff through thoroughly before they acted, huh?

"Stupid is as stupid does, Forrest."
Why don't we think through the propaganda of letting the enemy make us look like ISIS whether it is real or not? Maybe because they are incapable of thinking ANYTHING through if it doesn't fit with their preconceptions. "4,000 Artifacts Stored at Oregon Refuge Held by Armed Group."
You know, they could have realized a disinformation danger ahead of time and publicly announced at the start they were posting guards on the artifacts, but that would have (1.) made too much sense; and (2.) been impossible given the clown circus personnel pool they had to draw from. Proper planning prevents piss poor performance. And these guys aren't exactly Dwight David Eisenhower before D-Day.


Anonymous said...

I'm reading the articles out of curiosity at this point.

Do you still feel you are relevant in the movement, Dutchman? The men in Burns have simply done what so many have talked about, yet, along with the "left", you denigrate them. You seem to truly hate them.

These blog posts of yours, abusing and mocking men of action, in your view wise or not, could be what you are remembered for in some communities.

It's a shame. Regardless, take care, and good luck.

P.G.T. Beauregard said...

Mike: You are a national treasure, and have brought so much to the liberty movement. But youve let your prejudices and limitations cloud your thinking on this one. Maybe the boys in Malheur arent the sharpest cats, but they are brave men, standing up against a tyranical govt., and they deserve our support.

Sad to say, you are on the wrong side of this one.

Long life my friend.

Anonymous said...

Seems to me this Native American spokesperson hasn't listened too closely to Russell Means on partnering with Federal agencies. The tribal authorities could have made their wishes known to Bundy & Co. without using the Feds. as intermediaries, as they always speak with forked tongues..

Oregon Hobo said...

Sounds like Bundy is being a bit of an ass, but then that relies on the objectivity and honesty of ABC News, so... kinda pointless to draw any conclusions there.

However, I do have something to say regarding the steady drumbeats of "concern" I hear about the impact of cattle supposedly stepping on the environment, archeological artifacts, people's tender feelings, and whatever else they can dream up.

I look forward to being told how herds of buffalo that took days to pass by didn't graze and trample the **** out of everything in sight as compared to some rancher's rinky-dink little cattle herd. ...perhaps because the buffalo are "natural", or some equally brilliant argument.


Chiu ChunLing said...

The reason these "artifacts" aren't in museums is because they are a bunch of stone chips that are not even particularly interesting, not because "scientific research" can be more easily accomplished at a remote location with no laboratory facilities.

Everyone actually involved knows this, which is why the protesters are perfectly happy to give them to the tribe and the tribe doesn't want them. Defining the removal of 'priceless' (i.e. worthless) bits of stone from "Federal lands" as a felony is just one more grievance. North American "archeology" is joke science because of the political influence of surviving tribes making it impossible to seriously investigate the remains of the many peoples they genocided out of existence.