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Is this the start of armed resistance against totalitarian government in the US?

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posted on Apr, 15 2014 @ 10:28 AM


OH wow, this youtube video of this idiot with a couple of guns and a bag. HAHA

This is what the FEDS have to fear? Oh and lets tell them the plan too.

Get off the land and give it back to the feds. People are going to die one day trying to defend losers.

posted on Apr, 15 2014 @ 10:31 AM
reply to post by projectbane

that is not what the feds have to fear
every one [otherwise known as the majority] who's opinion is diametrically opposed to yours is what the feds have to fear

who chickened out again?

posted on Apr, 15 2014 @ 10:46 AM

reply to post by deadcalm

Well on its way? disputable.

Is it a Totalitarian State? NO.

For me the whole AHCA thing from its days in the house, the support of the SCOTUS and its reasoning's for support, to current are all symptoms of a totalitarian mess. The new mass spying game on the american public, unreasonably search and seizures par for the course, calls for a constitutional convention ect. being afraid to speak very openly or display certain patriotic symbols in light of revelations made on the governments behalf by HLS chief memo ect

Oh and I forgot the resent revelations about the "don't go there" IRS being used to intimidate political opposition and the IRS attempts to collect overpayments by collecting them from relatives.

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posted on Apr, 15 2014 @ 10:59 AM

US Is an Oligarchy Not a Democracy, says Scientific Study -

who was running the nazis? the bolshevics, the maoists?
the shaw, pol pot...etc...etc...etc

bunch of tyrantis sore assed wrecks

posted on Apr, 16 2014 @ 01:23 AM
reply to post by raedar

Yeah, like I said the feds are just showing off now. This case is symbolic. Really I agree the fed did a lot of unnecessary stuff. But you said the rancher is not foreclosed, do you have proof? And anyway, if he's a million in debt to the government he's basically foreclosed to me. It's funny that the fed didn't go in his house with a warrant and just arrest the guy. Instead they tazed his son. Crazy.

posted on Apr, 16 2014 @ 06:27 PM
here is a nice summary of the events:

Gradually, the real back story has emerged. The original bullhocky story about the cattle endangering desert tortoises fell apart when the truth was discovered that only recently the BLM had gerrymandered the boundaries of endangered habitat and created a mitigation area needed to replace habitat where Harry Reid’s son and a Chinese energy company planned to build a 5 billion dollar solar energy project.

The federal subsidies for that project have yet been fully discovered. The BLM web site has been scrubbed of details except for some limited images that got reproduced by Free Republic and now abound on the internet.

However, it takes more than a few days to develop a plan for a 5 billion dollar solar farm covering more than 5000 acres. It is now known that in order for “Non-Governmental Organizations” (the Chinese) to move forward with development of the “Dry Lake Solar Energy Zone” that project will destroy desert habitat in the Zone.

Therefore an “offsite mitigation for impacts from solar development” area needed to be established. Those exact words remain available on the reproduced sections of the BLM web pages.What that means is, the developers needed to replace one habit with another.

Such a new site would need to be far enough away from the toxic solar energy farm to attract the occasional migrating southwestern willow flycatcher ( a bird more commonly found in southern California and Arizona ). Do flycathers eat flies? Yes. Do cow patties attract flies? Usually.
But ignoring all the developments since 1993, a critical issue still remains. The United States government – we the people – gave 1870′s settlers a promise of an open range for cattle if they would homestead and ranch on the land recently annexed from Mexico.

The Bundy family answered that call and have honored their part of the contract ever since. In 1993 the Clinton administration unilaterally decided to completely rewrite the original promise conditions and, like so many treaties the U.S. has signed with so many, we simply threw the original promises in the trash and told the Bundy family to take it or leave it! In this case one and only one rancher, Bundy, told the government he was holding the government to its word.

What we have seen then since 1993 is that the word of our government isn’t worth a damn. It seems those 1870′s settlers were told, “If you like your ranch you can keep it.”
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posted on Apr, 16 2014 @ 06:31 PM

Today, the alternative media has begun to cover another BLM land grab. In Texas, rancher Tommy Henderson is being told the government is confiscating his 90,000 acre ranch along the Red River. Henderson is also told that once the BLM takes his ranch for public land, he might be able to arrange a grazing contract; you know, like Cliven Bundy and his neighbors used to have in Nevada.

Henderson has a clear deed to his land in the state of Texas. He has no back taxes or fines or other issues pending. So how is the BLM taking his family ranch? The BLM has decided to declare that his land is now in Oklahoma and therefore his Texas deed became invalid when the Red River moved its banks south.

this is why the whole story is important...
next it might be your house

posted on Apr, 16 2014 @ 10:11 PM
I was just listening to an interview with pete santilli and Clive Bundy on Rense
santilli was the go between between Bundy and the feds

The point Bundy makes is that the feds pointed guns at peaceful protesters and threatened to kill them because they wanted to know why the feds needed back hoes, and suspected it was to bury slaughtered stolen cattle
( not to mention the constant cross hairs (on the men, women, and family) of a bunch of merc hitters )
try doing that in reverse and see what happens

The sherrif was constitutionally bound to protect the peaceful people from that threat and did not do it
Bundy asserts that the feds must be disarmed before they turn that full weight of tyranny against the american people
as they just showed that they fully intend to do as they sell the country out from under them.

And to those that think the court filings against Bundy are valid
Everyone knows what happens when you fight city hall...and clark county is considered one of the most corrupt in Nevada, maybe in the US

remember also the Governor spoke up against the heavy handedness of the feds
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posted on Apr, 17 2014 @ 01:51 PM
The most concerning issue is that the agents (American citizens) of the three letter agencies are willing to do this to fellow Americans. To me, that's more disturbing than anything else.

The real question is whether they'd really fire on fellow citizens for standing up for constitutional rights.

posted on Apr, 17 2014 @ 08:18 PM
a reply to: EternalSolace
Im thinking the answer to that question is how many cops have senselessly killed campers in parks and homeless people:

Category:Unarmed people shot by police...The following 36...
Dudley George (Canada)...oh yeah, turns out the land did belong to the natives...

there's your sign

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posted on Apr, 22 2014 @ 06:31 PM
oh look

Oklahoma militia joins Bundy ranch defenders against feds
Published time: April 22, 2014

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