Wednesday, March 23, 2016

Resistance Against Tyranny

This may be late but whatever. Here it is.

Lavoy Finnicum is dead. I don't know the guy. Never met him and never will. Does his death/assassination/murder sound the alarm to grab our guns and start fighting? Maybe, but I don't think so. 

The FBI was set on making an example out of someone. I'm not going to get into what happened and how it happened the day he was killed - that is public knowledge and can be found anywhere across the interwebs.

Finnicum's death was an unnecessary one not only on the FBI's part but also on the Bundy side. Each group shares the blame in his death. The FBI gets a good portion of it for their obvious ambush and the Bundy group for being absolute morons. They literally had no chance of success from the outset. It made literally zero sense for them to occupy that site. I firmly believe had they been allowed to occupy some private property from which to state their case they would have been allowed to leave peacefully. That is until the FBI raided their homes to get back at them for the Bundy Ranch standoff, of course. That's a different post. 

The leadership as well as the Bundy group had no support locally BEFORE arriving to their site. That left them, basically, begging for an incident. Couple that with the fact that the guys carrying the guns looked like and probably were backwoods dorksticks with, probably, little to no squad based training and they wouldn't have stood a chance against the FBI. Guess who did have squad based training...

I'll wait for your guesses...

That's right, folks. The freaking FBI. While their focus may have been more SWAT/HRT style CQB oriented, it was something. And that's more than those clowns had. The FBI also had the support and blanket approval of their SugarDaddy, the government. Also, when you tell the police, any of them, that "You're gonna have to shoot me." They're gonna want to shoot you even more.

I digress.

Back to the topic at hand. 

This is not our Boston Massacre moment. This is not our Lexington and Concord Actually, I don't think the Finnicum instance is even close to that moment. 

This brings me to the article I wanted to share from Oath Keepers. It's a good article.  I encourage you to give it a read. 

"Oregon and the death of Finicum are not failures on the part of the liberty movement. They are failures on the part of Bundy and team, who refused to listen to scores of people with far more experience and knowledge in such situations; the same people who tried to help the occupiers adjust their tactics and offer them safer ground and safer footing. The failure in Oregon is what happens when amateurs, not just in training but in tactical philosophy, undertake a rebellion." - Brandon Smith

Freedom has no compromise, by definition it is absolute!


Tuesday, December 1, 2015

Bracken's New Essay - Tet, Take Two – Islam’s 2016 European Offensive

It's been a while, y'all.  For that I apologize.

"Radical Islam is the pure Islam, the Koranic Islam, the real Islam.

Anyone who does not understand this bitter reality is dangerously ignorant of the past 1,400 years of human history."

What is vitally important in understanding Islam is an understanding of its theology. While most people don't want to talk about religious ideas or theologies, it is vital in understanding the thought process of Islam. 

Islam is a place that allows the depravity of man to be exalted and used as a tool for global conquest. That's why rape, murder, torture, etc. are acceptable in Islam. Could you imagine what would happen if Christians (or Jews for that matter) stormed abortion clinics or public schools and systematically murdered and raped women and children and beheaded the men? What if it happened everyday for 1,400 years? 

You see, Islam doesn't just tolerate these depraved acts - it approves them as SOP for the faithful. The theology of Islam is not a divine one. The theology of Islam is based in the depravity of man in hopes of gaining the world to subjugate all those considered to be kafirs or unbelievers. 

Make no mistake - Islam is not a religion. It is a political system, ideology and worldview that masquerading as a religion to deceive those who might be tolerant of others' beliefs in order to create a global caliphate.  

The theology of Islam is one of submission - after all, Islam means submission, right? - not for Muslims but for the kafirs, the unbelievers. All unbelievers will submit to Islam either by law or by force (one and the same, perhaps?).  When you boil Islam down to its core all you have is submission to Islam by force. 

Compare the theology of Islam with the theology of Christianity. Christianity commands not murder or conquest but repentance from sins.  The Gospel presented in the Bible is simple. Repent and believe that Jesus Christ is Lord. Our sin separates us from God and apart from Christ, we have no hope. This theology is not one of force but one of grace and mercy - two elements missing from Islam, btw.
(as a note - I am not lumping Catholicism and Christianity into the same lot as many do. They are quite different in regards to their theology and therefore cannot be linked under the umbrella of Christianity.)

That's all i have time for today, kids. Just some thoughts that have weighed heavily on me of late. 

Tuesday, April 21, 2015

Supreme Court Rules Cops Can't Hold Suspects to Wait for Dog

Finally, a ruling that will possibly put a damper on the violations of our rights perpetuated not only by the "war on drugs" but the "war on fill-in-the-blank".

The use of drugs dogs during a traffic stop to initiate probable cause and therefore a "lawful" search and seizure - in the minds of the police, not that the law matters anyhow but for the sake of paperwork - has got to be one of the most egregious of law enforcement tactics.

Thankfully, in a 6-3 ruling, the SC has decided that cops can't hold you for even ten minutes while they wait on drug dogs to show. You can read the rest of the article here:

Thursday, April 16, 2015

Sugar Pine Mine - Update

"A land grab pure and simple". Those are the words used by mine owner Rick Barclay in a recent interview.

I have little hope that the courts and judges will actually work in favor of the common man, especially one that is asserting his right. I wouldn't be surprised if the BLM has a list of properties they will try to confiscate. Bundy Ranch was the first one (that I know of) to receive an armed response from the citizenry. I believe Sugar Pine Mine will be the second one. Guys like the HossUSMC and Oath Keepers are on alert still and have not deployed to the mine just yet.

And surprise surprise surprise, an officer of the Constitution, otherwise known as a sheriff's deputy, who made contact with Mr. Barclay said "I have a problem with the Constitution." Straight off the bat I know that type of cop would have gladly beat Mr. Barclay with a baton with 9 of his buddies until Mr Barclay "stopped resisting, er, breathing, living." This officer has no respect for the rights of the people he should be protecting from the federal land grabbers. I guess the local PD likes the teet of  federal government too, right?

Big H/T to HossUSMC again for keeping up with this situation. Keep a watch on this. Don't forget what happened at Ruby Ridge when federal thugs murdered a man's family over a mistake the feds made in the first place. You can see the interview below. 

Freedom has no compromise, it is absolute!

Wednesday, April 15, 2015

Galice Mining District

Looks like the BLM is up to it again - this time in Oregon.

H/T to the HossUSMC's blog for factual information. Oath Keepers and the state militias have been alerted and told to stand by and be ready.

Check it out the rest here.