posted on Jun, 14 2008 @ 06:25 PM
reply to post by Valhall
So what is your point?
More of a question really. Could there be a connection? There is plenty of conspiracy theory surrounding the events of that day. And now Oklahoma may
find themselves at the forefront of a battle for the return of sovereignty. Such declarations of liberty are not taken kindly by the Federalists.
If there is some connection, it would certainly have to be found in the reasons of why Oklahoma has decided to take this step. What do they hope to
gain? What have they suddenly lost? Why are they doing this now?
By the way, to be clear, I am all for it, but something just doesn't feel right here. Is this just going to be something that gets swept under the
carpet and forgotten about again?
I am also against violent action unless absolutely necessary. If OKC was meant to spawn a new revolution, they failed miserably, and actually paved
the way for further erosion of liberty. But of course, that's just my opinion.
EDIT to add: Just seems to be too much of a coincidence for me, that the affront against Federal authority centers in Oklahoma once again.
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