posted on Feb, 10 2016 @ 03:33 PM
Today, ATS, I submit to you for your consideration this article posted to The Oregonian's website, oregonlive.com:
Former Malheur refuge occupier
arrested on Kansas warrant
I've encountered posters in the threads regarding this topic who seem to have the impression that everyone occupying the refuge were a bunch of
racist, white supremacist people. I thought this article about a man from Kansas, who happens to not be white(appears to be African American) might
help to deconstruct that disinformation. I don't really know what else to say about this. I guess I could add that I personally find disgusting the
whole notion that anyone involved in a pro-constitution movement who is white must necessarily be a racist. I am white, I believe in the constitution
and constitutional government, and I am not a racist. A snippet:
A Malheur National Wildlife Refuge protester was arrested Monday on a warrant from Kansas.
He's not among the last four holdouts at the refuge.
I would post more, but in keeping with this website's terms and conditions, I shall refrain. It's not a very lengthy article. I'm actually a
little surprised that it was printed at all, as it doesn't seem to be in keeping with the overall obfuscating agenda that the media has perpetrated
in covering the events surrounding the occupation of the wildlife refuge as they have unfolded. Let's see if they pull it.
I uploaded a photo from the article in case it does get pulled, so that people will still believe me if that happens. Yes, it appears there were
actually people at the occupation who weren't white. Imagine that. It seems constitutional government and liberty are not just a "white man's"
The caption under the photo in the article reads: Brandon Dowd was arrested Feb. 8 under a warrant from Kansas. He's seen here in a common area of a
bunkhouse at the Malheur Wildlife Reuge, on Jan. 14. Thomas Boyd/Staff (Thomas Boyd)