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Finicum’s ghost

Monday, November 21, 2016 23:46
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A REDNECK’S GUIDE TO REVERSING THEIR CONTROL OF YOUR BRAIN

Finicum’s ghost Uneven justice shatters the illusion of freedom By John Kaminski

pseudoskylax@gmail.com

http://therebel.is/news/kaminski

For sure, the vast majority of people refuse to realize the magnitude of the emergency we are in. They munch their snacks, burn their gasoline and think the road goes on forever.

They ignore the fact that their road could end as easily as it did on that snowy highway in eastern Oregon earlier this year, when an honorable man speaking on principle to cops who were ordered not to listen was shot down for defending our own rights as a citizen — which it is now virtually against the law to do.

A few days ago, in a moment of visceral irony, a jury found seven of LaVoy Finicum’s comrades at the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge incident not guilty of all the fabricated charges the government had concocted in its sickening attempt to cover up its massive program of unethical land grabs it has conducted throughout the western United States for decades which has driven small farmers and ranchers to near extinction.

So, had the cops not murdered Finicum, he would have been found innocent.

And what this bodes for all those who believe that the truth should come out is truly ominous.

An unexpected victory

The day of the verdict was scandalous. The judge, heavily prejudiced toward the One World Government prosecution of this group of seven patriots, refused to release them after a jury had unexpectedly found them innocent of all charges. A defense lawyer, Marcus Mumford, was tased by U.S. marshals in the melee that followed.

Seven innocent men, kept in jail after being found innocent by a jury, now stoically prepare to face more trumped up charges from their New World Order government while they continue to be abused by the authorities who incarcerate them.

At the opposite end on this lopsided scale of curdled justice are the mass of so-called law enforcement officers — feds, locals, state police — who should be charged, tried and convicted of the premeditated ambush murder of Robert “LaVoy” Finicum on Jan. 26, 2016.

A busy rancher enmeshed in a family life that everyone can only envy, Finicum had only come to Oregon for the weekend to show support for Ammon Bundy and his friends in their protest over the unjust jailing of the Hammonds father and son, whose ranch was the prize in a controversial strong-armed robbery by the Bureau of Land Management.

This ugly tangent later connects to the military eagerness of the government to make more out of the Malheur Wildlife Refuge than it actually was, because the priority was to cover up the fact that the Hammonds land had already been sold to the Russians through a clever international scheme in which Hillary Clinton figured prominently. It was all about the uranium the property is said to contain. < http://www.nytimes.com/2015/04/24/us/cash-flowed-to-clinton-foundation-as-russians-pressed-for-control-of-uranium-company.html?_r=0>

Perhaps it was only a preternatural coincidence Clinton should jump into the news from another angle that contrasts the fate of a good man who only told the truth about what the government was doing with a corrupted woman whom it appears will never get arrested no matter what she does.

The vivid example of the unfairness and the illegitimacy of American justice is shattered when you compare the preferential treatment of Hillary Clinton, whom the FBI chief admitted had committed crimes but would not be prosecuted because she had not attempted to commit them, to the rough justice LaVoy Finicum received — a death penalty for “crimes” a jury ruled his friends innocent of.

The contemporary rough justice of the United States allows millionairess Hillary to walk, while LaVoy Finicum gets brought down in a hail of bullets for trying to advocate justice for farmers and ranchers whose lands are being stolen by the federal government.

And not for legitimate government purposes, either, but for the ill-gotten gains of sleazy politicians like Hillary Clinton, Harry Reid, and assorted Oregon princelings.

Without getting too bogged down in the details of past events, it is safe to say that the new way of dealing with individuals who say things that those running the government don’t like is simply to murder them.

Chief among the recent victims have been the 25 holistic doctors that Big Pharma does not want curing cancer, or, a few years back, the 53 microbiologists all dying strange deaths because the government didn’t want them talking about what was really in those flu vaccines. Banker “suicides” are also high on the list.

It should come as no surprise that a government that would murder people at random all over the world and call it collateral damage would have no trouble murdering its own citizens. Just look at 9/11 or any of the other false flag atrocities that have been inflicted upon American citizens in a futile attempt to get us to give up our guns.

All these people were killed because of the sinister plans of this demented band of neocons who think people’s lives are only blips on a screen by which their profits are measured, and when it comes down to it, are not really Americans at all.

It’s the state vs. you, my friend

The brave efforts of the Bundys and their friends of course stretches back a couple of years when the Bureau of Land Management started killing the cows of Ammon Bundy’s father Cliven, claiming he was illegally grazing them on public land. While Cliven argued his family had pastured its cattle on the land in question since the 1880s, the government insisted the laws had changed and declared Cliven was in arrears on his taxes.

That fracas ended in an uneasy, much publicized standoff, but less than two years later, the moment Cliven flew to Oregon to support his son’s principled efforts on behalf of the Hammond family — whose land was also being stolen by the feds — he was arrested and slammed into jail, where the 72-year-old rancher has been held under duress ever since.

The Oregon farmers Dwight and Stephen Hammond had already served time for a fire the BLM insisted they illegally started, but the feds wanted to remove them from the picture so they brought in another judge to resentence them who forced them to sign an agreement that if they sold their property, it must be to the BLM.

With the leaders of the Hammond clan in jail, there is no way the remainder of the family can run the ranch.

It was a situation much like the Bundy dilemma, with the feds driven by corrupt politicians — notably Sen. Harry Reid (D-NV), who had a deal in place through his son to sell the federal land the Bundy family had grazed on for years — to evict landowners because of the moneymaking plans of Washington insiders.

This struggle is far from over. Many of the protesters remain in jail as the government configures new ridiculous charges to keep them incarcerated.

Subsequent testimony during the trial revealed that the protesters were sabotaged by more than a dozen police informants among those pretending to be patriots (which indicates the importance the government placed on this case).

But the tiniest hope for freedom flickers in actions taken like those of the Bundy jury who were not afraid to tell the government its trumped up charges in defense of international corporate intrigue were going to be laughed out of court by a populace that is actually much smarter than the government thinks.

Attorney Mumford’s colleague, Morgan Philpot, termed the attack “very symbolic of the inappropriate escalation of force by the federal government.”

Elated by the surprise verdict, Ammon Bundy’s lawyer Morgan Philpot said, “The Constitution of the United States won a much needed victory.”

Another attorney monitoring the case, Roger Roots, said, “Our executive branch has become an overly violent and chronic abuser of the people and the Constitution.”

‘Fabulous’ Fabio

The turning point of the trial, according to Roots, came with questions from Tiffany Harris, standby counsel for defendant Shawna Cox, eliciting the testimony of “fabulous” Fabio Minoggio — who went by the alias of John Killman — who admitted teaching protesters how to pull people out of cars at gunpoint as well as giving lessons in hand-to-hand combat. He admitted on the stand that he was a government informant. < http://www.oregonlive.com/oregon-standoff/2016/11/who_was_john_killman_a_tip_and.html>

Interviewed on Sacred Cow BBQ

Filed under: Corruption, Guest Post, John Kaminski, Uncategorized Tagged: Ammon Bundy, Bureau of Land Management, Dwight Hammond, Hillary Clinton, Lavoy Finicum, Malheur National Wildlife Refuge, Marcus Mumford, Oregon, Stephen Hammond, uranium



Source: https://buelahman.wordpress.com/2016/11/22/finicums-ghost/

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