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Ruby Ridge and Waco happened 33 years apart from LaVoy Finicum. There is literally nobody who was working for the FBI at Waco that was still around for the BLM debacle.
HRT was at the Finicum suicide by cop event but they didn't kill him. Oregon State Police did. HRT snipers attempted to shoot him but missed at Daisy Air Rifle distances. When the "Sniper" was asked if he fired his weapon he replied "I'm good dude" He was prosecuted but not convicted and as far as I know he is still working for the bureau.
 

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Correct me if I’m wrong but didn’t he fail to show up to court on charges? Then resist arrest when being served with a warrant, get into a gun fight with US Marshall’s, and kill one of them?
 

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I don't have proof, but I'd suspect we're all surrounded by these people.
There are a lot of parallels between now and colonial America during the days of the revolution from King George III's rule.

You could be living next door or up the road from a Tory snitch. They would gladly send a message to the local British Commander letting him know that you had sympathies toward the Rebel cause.

That Tory snitch probably grew up with you and dated your sister. You might have entertained each other in your respective homes. Yet, deep down inside he could care less if you swung from a tree for treason and your wife a widow and children fatherless.

Let that sink in and tell me that some of you may not have neighbors who would kiss Horiuchi's ass in a New York minute to see others like him put a bullet in your head over a half inch piece of steel.

@silentwoods speaks the truth.
 

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We both know how but should not discuss that here. Lets just say following the instructions of along dead Jew carpenter is a beginning.
If he's the carpenter that I think you are referring to, he was last heard of dictating a letter to the Apostle John on the Island of Patmos about 95 AD. I don't believe he's dead.
 

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If he's the carpenter that I think you are referring to, he was last heard of dictating a letter to the Apostle John on the Island of Patmos about 95 AD. I don't believe he's dead.
Semantics.

In his spiritual, or glorified body. Would you settle for "No longer in his earthly physical form."?
 

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There are a lot of parallels between now and colonial America during the days of the revolution from King George III's rule.

You could be living next door or up the road from a Tory snitch. They would gladly send a message to the local British Commander letting him know that you had sympathies toward the Rebel cause.

That Tory snitch probably grew up with you and dated your sister. You might have entertained each other in your respective homes. Yet, deep down inside he could care less if you swung from a tree for treason and your wife a widow and children fatherless.

Let that sink in and tell me that some of you may not have neighbors who would kiss Horiuchi's ass in a New York minute to see others like him put a bullet in your head over a half inch piece of steel.

@silentwoods speaks the truth.
I agree 100% with your statement. We're behind enemy lines every day no matter where we are. Someday we'll all be tested and ran like a deer in a drive.
 
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Most Texans who were alive when the Waco siege happened won't forget it. It's been many years, but I've been on the property to the north of the compound. My brother used to live in the area, and we did a lot of hunting together. As I recall, there was a small pond with a berm across the fence NE of the compound about 600 yards surrounded by trees. I had a Rem 700 I hunted with at the time that I used to shoot 800 yard watermelons with after they were through picking them from the field next door to me. Hell, my eyes were better back then, too. It's one of those things that will keep you up at night hoping you would do the right thing if given the opportunity.
 

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If the JBTs try and murder women, children and innocents again they better have a strong outer perimeter. Better have good home security too. This isn’t iraq. They live here. Lot of fed up crazies out there

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Yea it's all fun an games until the hunter becomes the hunted,... just ask LAPD,.... What if it was not just one guy, but a 100,000 or more,... saying No.
Words on paper, worthless if not enforced by hard men.
Words on a digital screen, worthless if not enforced by hard men who WILL suffer, sacrifice and lose everything they hold dear and finally die brutally after being hunted by the most well funded and invasive surveillance/enforcement machine in history.
Just posting this shit triggers algorithm madness that locks in binary combinations to be studied at a later time.
Please don't feel like explaining sacrifice, patriotic sentiment or who will by god go hard when the time comes.
Some will, damn few, most will be rolled up within months before ever having the experience of a pile of brass etc.etc.etc.
This shit needs to be avoided, and it isn't so far. Hopefully it is. I'm doubtful that this republic will exist another 20 years.
Hopefully I'm wrong.
 

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If the JBTs try and murder women, children and innocents again they better have a strong outer perimeter. Better have good home security too. This isn’t iraq. They live here. Lot of fed up crazies out there

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I dig the sentiment. Probably most were informants on the bridge too. Apparently most in malhuer was ( spelling).
No, the spirit was good.
The tactic was fucking retarded. Total failure on the bridge for anything but pics.
Assuming most of these folks were fed informants during surely are after, what Intel did they provide the .gov from their positions?
Things to think about.
 
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Yea it's all fun an games until the hunter becomes the hunted,... just ask LAPD,.... What if it was not just one guy, but a 100,000 or more,... saying No.
And he died in a fire. Dorner never accomplished anything of value. Nothing. And it didn't take very long for the machine to nail his ass.
Not a great selling point sir , but I get your point.
It's just that this shit would make Rwanda look like Disney in the fusa.
Not gonna happen unless the lights go out for good. And then it's on like Donkey Kong.
They won't allow it unless they're ready to win.
Or a foreign power hits us with a scada attack or emp.
Just .02 here.
I work in generation.
If everyone knew..... things, they would be stacking stuff high, deep and in multiple locations picked out for strategic reasons.
Probably our biggest true threat.
 

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I'd never post certain things.
Hell, I only mention those certain things to very select people. The very last part of my post is accurate and could be a causative influence on the destruction of this republic. Arguably many other areas of the world, developed and undeveloped.
Sadly, the all mighty "they" know this.
It's our Achilles heel.
Bad actors know this too.
Way bigger than a virus.
 

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I work in generation.
My field, as well before retirement. The series "Going Home" or "One Second After"could happen any day for a whole host of reasons. I doubt it will be as the authors wrote it in the first books, but I think they hit it damn close.
Bread crumbs, I could care less. The kid game on the left coast awhile back, was interesting to watch as it gave meaningful insight, on what happens when perception meets reality at the opening of the game. Once the play ground opens, failing to make the most of others simple mistakes, is a major mistake. I find machines only function properly when all involved pull on the same end of the rope, however one person with a knife it the front can change the equation rapidly, should it be time to play that card.
 
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I forgot what all these pictures were from. The country looks familiar to me, but I can't place it.
Worth a read


Amazing the resources .gov will throw at someone who disrespects them. Meanwhile thieves rapist and murderers run rampant
 

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Amazing the resources .gov will throw at someone who disrespects them. Meanwhile thieves rapist and murderers run rampant
The truly amazing is where people are to the point they will not speak out in any fashion do to cow-toeing because they might get tagged as a subversive, or domestic terrorist. I do believe it was "Domestic Terrorists" who started this country. When people are afraid of the bread crumbs they might leave on the web they might as will get their favorite lube as they have been living on their knees longer than they know. Free men in body an mind started this country, the only thing "They Feared" was the wrath of, God all mighty. Mans world, holds no bounds on free men, as they will die but once, while walking this earth,...
 

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For a study of "Conspiracy Theory" governmental understory read Dean Koontz' Jane Hawk Series starting with The Silent Corner.
Couple that with the "Accident" yesterday of Alan West, "unknown car" cut him off on his motorcycle (a common--enough incident), causing a crash, car disappears. West is currently in the hospital near Waco, with fractures and concussion.
Anybody who appears to be a threat to the "status quo" can be taken out. Brazen incidents like Waco, and Ruby Ridge are simply flexing their ability to get away with almost anything.
 

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The truly amazing is where people are to the point they will not speak out in any fashion do to cow-toeing because they might get tagged as a subversive, or domestic terrorist. I do believe it was "Domestic Terrorists" who started this country. When people are afraid of the bread crumbs they might leave on the web they might as will get their favorite lube as they have been living on their knees longer than they know. Free men in body an mind started this country, the only thing "They Feared" was the wrath of, God all mighty. Mans world, holds no bounds on free men, as they will die but once, while walking this earth,...
Lol.

I don’t think you have dealt with our .gov much.

Be a critic of big .gov and crooked .gov and you can get a Stasi file that says you are “anti government “ and filled with Lies that you have no way to rebuke
 

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My field, as well before retirement. The series "Going Home" or "One Second After"could happen any day for a whole host of reasons. I doubt it will be as the authors wrote it in the first books, but I think they hit it damn close.
Bread crumbs, I could care less. The kid game on the left coast awhile back, was interesting to watch as it gave meaningful insight, on what happens when perception meets reality at the opening of the game. Once the play ground opens, failing to make the most of others simple mistakes, is a major mistake. I find machines only function properly when all involved pull on the same end of the rope, however one person with a knife it the front can change the equation rapidly, should it be time to play that card.
Roger that sir.
Rebar, while a simple metal with very simple uses ,is massively critical in foundation work.
As is the simple wire used to tie.
As it is, the person winding and carrying it to it's final destination.

God help this country. We won't.
But why would he?
 
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Worth a read


Amazing the resources .gov will throw at someone who disrespects them. Meanwhile thieves rapist and murderers run rampant
I hate to tell you that story is bullshit. You'd have to be from cattle people in Nevada to know the truth.
The sick truth is they killed every animal they rounded up. They rounded them up and tried to run them through several points of sale. No one would buy them as the Gov't hadn't followed their own rules on brand inspection. Not being able to sell them, they had the other option, that is part of the laws of running cattle on open range, and destroyed them.

To tell you the truth, I'm not all that sad for the Bundy's. They can go to hell as far as I'm concerned. He wants to run his cattle for free out there because he is a "sovereign citizen" $8.00 a pair per month. That an animal~and it's calf, if it has one~. and that is too much for him? FUCKING REALLY?!?!?! You spend $2.00 a day feeding them in a feedlot. And that is without a calf!

Face it, Bundy's a cheap low down piece of shit conniver if there ever was one. He claims "Sovereign Citizen" so he thinks he doesn't have to pay. Meanwhile all the other ranchers who have public grazing rights are paying and appreciating the chance to have that deal. He's a fucking thief as far as I'm concerned. Got a great deal and he still don't want to pay.

As to his kid that lead the group up to Malhuer. They were told the Hammonds don't want their help. So, they go anyway. Then on the way down to the courthouse, Finnecum wants to mouth off and challenge a LE officer tasked with bringing the stupid son-of-a-bitch in. He won't cooperate, looks like he's going for a gun, all the while shouting, "You gonna kill me?" Challenge met. He got shot doing what he thought he should die of. He had alternatives, but wanted to die a martyr.

As to the Hammonds, I agree that they should never have gone to jail in the first place. The poaching charges are State, not Federal. The "burn" they were charged with was an agreed upon management tool between them and the BLM (FED.) So, no they never should have been charged except one enviro-terrorist accused him of trying to kill them. They didn't try to kill them, they were trying to start a backfire so the main fire didn't have something to burn when it got to their property. The point in that was the fire WAS PRESCRIBED by the BLM. That part about the Federal Government abusing it's power over an issue that had already been discussed and what was going to be done, is where I have the issue. And, the spineless prosecutor who came back to court and appealed the sentence is absolute horseshit. Again, the Bundy "self appointed do-gooders" needed to stay the fuck out of it. I got "0" sympathy for those jackasses.
 
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Roger that sir.
Rebar, while a simple metal with very simple uses ,is massively critical in foundation work.
As is the simple wire used to tie.
As it is, the person winding and carrying it to it's final destination.

God help this country. We won't.
But why would he?
First off it take balls and a strong back to be a rob buster.
If you're any good you'll never want for work.
 

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That's a lot of horsepower imho.
But,, it's shutting down within a few years.

I'm hoping to score a job as an escort for blue haired widows after I lose my job.:cool:
 
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345kv, lots to go wrong.
Yes it can, an many items required for transmission are not shelf items, much less same day/month/year shipping. The other issue is most shit these days are not black start capable. Many a story about what some do right after mother nature gets to rearrange shit. Like Forrest says,...Stupid is as stupid does.
 
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