reply to post by AboveTopSecret.com
Johnny, I have a question -- why is Oath Keepers characterized as an "extreme right-wing" organization
(they're actually non-partisan)
and why did you say "the movement is blamed for spawning Timothy
What "movement" are you referring to? Military and police officers who are serious about the sworn oaths they've taken to uphold and defend the
Constitution? Oath Keepers was formed this year (founder Stewart Rhodes is a Yale constitutional lawyer, former Army paratrooper and Ron Paul
staffer), so what possible association is there with an event that occurred almost 15 years ago?
BTW, are you aware that every military and law enforcement agency who responded
to the Oklahoma City bombing(s)
(even the governor of Oklahoma) reported in their daily logs that two additional "powerful explosives devices"
were recovered and defused from INSIDE the Murrah Federal Building?
Are you aware that four different CCTV surveillance video tapes from businesses near the Murrah Federal Building that were released by the FBI a
couple weeks ago showed that EVERY tape was edited?
(the explosion(s) were edited out
because some were INTERNAL.)
I expect better reporting from ATS -- not just a rehash of slanderous innuendo from the Southern Poverty Law (Hate) Center.
Originally posted by Frankidealist35
I really liked it! Two things. My first question is if we can trust the oath keepers or not. I've seen a lot of things said about them and I don't
trust any radical group that plans violent action.
Yes, you can definitely trust the Oath Keepers. Where do you get this notion that ANYONE is planning "violent action?" This is absolutely untrue and
there's nothing "radical" or "violent" about refusing orders that violate the Constitution or destroy the freedoms, rights and civil liberties
that were put in place by our Founding Fathers.
Are you aware of the gun confiscations that took place in New Orleans
after Hurricane Katrina --
just when people needed their Second Amendment rights the most?
Have you ever heard of the 1960s Operation Northwoods false-flag terror plot
approved by every member of the Joint Chiefs of Staff? (a plan that's amazingly similar to the events of 9/11.)
Do you know about the unconstitutional provisions contained in the "Patriot Act" and the "Military Commissions Act?" Ever read Naomi Wolf's
The End of
that documents the 10 steps that every fascist government throughout history has implemented -- with every step being put in place
in America since 2001? (domestic spying is one of them.)
And please tell me, what's "radical" about a group that pledges itself not to politicians, but to the Constitution and protecting the American
people from potential
tyranny and fascism?
Do you really
think it couldn't happen here?
[edit on 23-10-2009 by GoldenFleece]