Monday, June 9, 2014
I'm going to bump the ammo post back to the top in a moment.
First - Gary Hunt did an excellent piece of Fifth Estate Journalism to confirm that we were correct - these are the same people that were turned away from Bunkerville.
Now I have to offer my analysis of what happened:
The circumstances are classic. Fringe, not-too-bright guy and gal get turned away from "their people" at Bunkerville. They are intercepted by a proper recruiter for Bad People who Rah-Rah them into this operation. The Gadsden on LEO is the perfect punctuation point to painting Patriots - the dead woman at Walmart is the Bad People trying to link Patriots with whatever expanded agenda.
The Millers are financed, they get help from the recruiter to target the right LEO, then they are unleashed, with orders to the effect: "When you are done, get into Walmart, in the confusion I will meet you there, we'll get out in the chaos, and we'll have started the Revolution!"
Only "The Recruiter" puts bullets in their braincases, and the anti-Right operation is a success, as "The Recruiter" slips off into the ether, looking for his next dupes.
I am convinced this is what happened, or awfully darned close.
Now, here is where I may differ with some of my allies. Many in the Patriot Community are quick to point fingers at FedGov for False Flags. And, there is no reason in my mind that our current Regime is not capable of sanctioning this sort of operation (though I have a bit of indigestion that too many folks at CIA/FBI could be involved - a LOT of very patriotic people go into those agencies in good faith - not to overthrow 'murica.)
Given the resources and the demonstrable Evil of Bloomberg and his allies, why could not some of these operations, which are so nearly caricaturistic, be privately funded and run by agenda-driven private sector animals?
Free Enterprise, and all that...
You know, it ain't just us on the Right who have Militia and people willing to take arms for their ideals...
...and let's consider the very real possibility that they are better at it than are we...
Here's Gary's piece.
Posted by K at 4:09 PM