Guest Post: Liberty Movement Rising

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Submitted by Brandon Smith of,

"Freedom had been hunted round the globe; reason was considered as rebellion; and the slavery of fear had made men afraid to think. But such is the irresistible nature of truth, that all it asks, and all it wants, is the liberty of appearing."  - Thomas Paine

The label of “fringe” is a common one used by statists, bureaucrats and paid shills in order to marginalize those who would stand against government corruption. The primary assertion being sold is that the “majority” joyously supports the establishment; and the majority, of course, is always right.

The liberty movement, which is a collection of numerous freedom organizations and political activists brought together by a shared philosophical bond, has been accused of “fringe” status for quite some time. With corporatist dominance over the mainstream media for decades backing an elitist machine in Washington and a global banking cartel footing the bill with money created from thin air, any such accusation can be made to seem “real” to those who are unaware.

The problem has always been a matter of physical action giving rise to an acknowledgment of numbers.

We have all heard the old story of the debate within the ancient Roman government over the idea of forcing the slave population to wear distinct armbands so that they could be more easily identified among the regular population. The concept was rejected on the realization that if the slaves were given a visual confirmation of their considerable numbers and strength, they would be encouraged to revolt against the Roman tyrants. That is to say, as long as the slaves felt isolated, they would remain apathetic and powerless. Of course, that was not always the case. Sometimes, a small group would stand up despite their supposed isolation, and the rest of the world, wide-eyed and astonished, would take notice.

The liberty movement has just experienced one of its first great moments of realization and empowerment in Clark County, Nev., and millions of past naysayers have been shell-shocked.

I covered my views in detail on the Bundy Ranch saga in Nevada in my article “Real Americans Are Ready To Snap,” amid the usual choir of disinformation agents and nihilists desperate to convince Web audiences that the liberty movement would do nothing to stop the Bureau of Land Management’s militant assault on Cliven Bundy’s cattle farm. This assault included hundreds of Federal agents, helicopters, contractors hired essentially as cattle rustlers and even teams of snipers.

The statists and socialists were certainly out in force to misrepresent the Bundy issue and frighten anyone who might consider taking a stand for the family. The Southern Poverty Law Center, not surprisingly, was hard at work spreading lies and disinformation about the confrontation in Nevada, painting a picture of fractured patriot groups and militiamen with “little training” going to face unstoppable Federal BLM agents and likely “ending up dead.” The SPLC insinuated that the movement was ineffective and in over its head.

The reality was much the opposite. Liberty groups arrived in droves and were staunchly unified — not by a centralized leadership, but in defense of the basic moral principles outlined in the U.S. Constitution and Bill of Rights. Sources on the ground at the Bundy ranching operation relayed to me that at least 1,000 activists and militia members arrived over the weekend, with many more on the way. This one event proved certain points:

  1. The liberty movement is not afraid to put itself in harm’s way for the right cause — even if this means facing off against highly armed government thugs.
  2. The liberty movement has the ability to field a response team or even an army anywhere in the country at any time within a couple of days.
  3. The liberty movement has the ability to change the course of events, even to the point of removing Federal agents from a region who are acting in an unConstitutional manner.
  4. The Federal government is not invincible, nor is it unfazed by liberty movement opposition. They worry about our strength and ability.

Over the past weekend, we witnessed the true influence of the liberty movement. As thousands of activists and militia arrived in the area, the BLM finally began to understand what it was facing. The government agency that has been terrorized farming communities throughout the West for years, the agency armed with military-grade weaponry and hundreds of agents, ran away, as freedom fighters descended on the region.

Nevada Governor Brian Sandoval and Clark County Sheriff Doug Gillespie, two politicians who were deathly silent during the beginning of the Federal incursion on the Bundy ranch, have now suddenly become vocal in defense of Nevada ranchers against the BLM. It’s amazing how “inspired” politicians can become to do the right thing when they see an army of liberty activists marching against tyranny in their own backyard.

Not only was the BLM forced to remove itself from the area, but it was also forced to relinquish all the cattle it had stolen from Bundy over the course of the past week. Here, liberty groups close in on the cattle holding pens of the BLM and take back Bundy’s property.

Statists are indignant and furious over the surrender of the BLM. The same people who boasted that liberty activists would be slaughtered by Fed agents are now frothing at the mouth because they did not get their massacre. Not only that, but the bureaucracy they worship has shown itself to be impotent in the face of Constitutional champions. All I can say is nothing puts a bigger grin on my face than to see statists cry like babies when their delusions of grandeur are trampled on.

This was a major victory for the liberty movement. But let’s be clear; the fight is just beginning.

I suspect that the Bundy event will be spun by news agencies and the government until it is unrecognizable. They will claim that the BLM left not because they were wrong, but because they were trying to keep people safe. They will claim that liberty movement protesters were the aggressors and the poor BLM agents were just trying to do their jobs. They will play the race card as they always do, much like this pathetically lazy and unprofessional article from Slate, which asserts that if the Bundy's had been black, the Liberty Movement would have never supported them. They will argue the so-called Federal legality of the raid itself, and paint Bundy as a “freeloader” who refuses to pay taxes and who is living off the American people. They will do everything in their power to destroy the image of the victory and soil the name of the Bundy family.

What they don’t seem to understand, though, is that the liberty movement does not care what the Federal government deems “legal” or “illegal.” Our only interest is what is Constitutional and what is moral. The dispute was never about the “legality” of Bundy’s use of the land, which his family used for grazing without interference for generations — until 1993, when the BLM used the absurd endangered species protection racket to put all of his neighbors out of business and threaten his ranch with invasion.  Add to this the recently discovered fact that Senator Harry Reid's former assistant and friend Neil Kornze is now head of the BLM due to Reid's influence, and the fact that Harry Reid and his family are reaping financial rewards by driving farmers from all over the region where Cliven Bundy's ranch sits while arranging land deals with Chinese solar companies, and one has to ask, why should Bundy pay any of his hard earned money to the federal government when they are just going to use it to bulldoze his cattle and make Harry Reid more rich?

Disinformation websites like Snopes contend that Reid's "projects" are not being established anywhere near the Bundy Ranch, yet, one such project has already been launched only 35 miles south of Bundy, and, the BLM has erased a page from its website specifically mentioning the Bundy Ranch and it's "interference" with Dry Lake Solar Energy Zone Projects, the same projects Harry Reid and his son are heavily involved in.

What is amazing to me is that in light of this information hardcore socialists are still willing to defend Reid and the BLM.  My question is, if the BLM is so innocent, then why are they erasing such data from their website at all?  What were they trying to hide?

Harry Reid has not responded to the facts behind his financial involvement in the BLM's attacks on Nevada farmers, except to say that they are "conspiracy theories".  He added when asked about the status of the confrontation:

“Well, it’s not over. We can’t have an American people that violate the law and then just walk away from it. So it’s not over...”

Yes, Harry, it won't be over until men like you are thrown behind bars.

Note that he says "an American people"; as if he is separate, as if he is referring to all of us as a subservient organism, or servant class.  What Reid is saying is, the elites can't have "an American people" openly exposing their criminality and defying their tyranny, and then just walking away.  I'm sorry to break it to Reid, but that is exactly how all of this is going to end.

Statists and bureaucrats like Reid continually attempt to argue this issue from the standpoint of Federal legality, obviously because the Federal government has the legislative and bureaucratic power to make any despicable action legal (at least on paper) if it wishes. However, the liberty movement has no interest whatsoever in Federal interpretations of legal precedence. We are only concerned with what is right. As the old saying goes, when injustice becomes law, rebellion becomes duty.

The liberty movement also fully understands that the Bundy victory was only one battle at the beginning of a long war.

The BLM may very well be waiting for activists to leave the area before attacking again. And even if that is not the case, tyrannical systems have a way of attempting to make up for signs of weakness by escalating violence during the next siege. That is to say, we should expect the next event involving the BLM or other government agencies to be even more vicious than the Bundy incident. It is simply the natural inclination of totalitarian systems to exaggerate their power when their failings have been exposed.

That said, it should be noted that corrupt leadership often crumbles in the face of steadfast resolve and courage. We have a long way to go before this Nation is once again truly free, but the liberty movement has proven its invaluable worth over the course of the past several days. We arrived at a crossroads, and we are now moving forward in the right direction — without fear and without regret. It is in these moments when history is made — when common men and women thwart the odds, defy the darkness and make good on their beliefs by risking everything in the name of freedom.

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Ahmeexnal's picture

Is there a PayPal account for the liberty movement?

McMolotov's picture

Liberty is sleeping. And when it wakes up, it'll be pissed.

kaiserhoff's picture

This is just crazy enough to run the table.  The old Rancher has no legal status except squatter, but the symbolism is perfect, cows Vs. stupid desert turtle, which looks a lot like every box turtle I've ever seen.

Throw a Hissy Fit Harry.  Go for it, and see what happens.

McMolotov's picture

In the fight between cow and turtle, my money's on the cow. It's got all those stomachs, so it can eat and digest lots of turtles all at once.

max2205's picture

So the only way amerikans will protest at least is to have a cattle round up on K St in DC

nmewn's picture


They have a 20 X 20 "First Amendment Zone" all set up for Detroit.

See? They're pro-liberty too and respecting our rights! ;-)

Flakmeister's picture

What was that you were going on about?

130934 American Tradition Inst. v. Rector and Visitors 04/17/2014

The circuit court was correct in denying a request for disclosure of certain documents under the Virginia Freedom of Information Act. The purpose of the higher education research exemption under Code § 2.2-3705.4(4) for "information of a proprietary nature" is to avoid competitive harm, not limited to financial matters.

The definition of "proprietary" in prior case law, that it is "a right customarily associated with ownership, title, and possession, an interest or a right of one who exercises dominion over a thing or property, of one who manages and controls," is consistent with that goal and the circuit court did not err in applying that definition. Viewing the facts in the light most favorable to the university that prevailed below, it produced sufficient evidence to meet each of the higher education research exemption’s seven requirements.

Also, in the context of the Code § 2.2-3704(F) provision allowing a public entity to make reasonable charges for its actual cost incurred in accessing, duplicating, supplying or searching for requested records, "searching" includes inquiry into whether a disputed document can be released under federal or state law, and this statute permits a public body to charge a reasonable fee for exclusion review. The circuit court's judgment excluding disputed documents and approving such cost recovery is affirmed, and final judgment is entered in favor of the university.

Bindar Dundat's picture

Bitcoin  would be the way to finace the entire project.   Crowd funding seems so democratic!  

DoChenRollingBearing's picture



MRAPs perhaps are not as tough as they are made out to be.  For everyone's easy reference, here are some photos of interest:

Keyser's picture

Watch for a Liberty Party to be formed by grass-roots folks. Then watch for it to be vilified as devil worshippers and domestic terrorists by the big-money PACs. Same as it always was...


FEDbuster's picture

First thanks Brandon for the thoughtful and thought provoking article.  I suppose I am already on the Fed's radar, but I was there in the wash holding the "Obama, no more Wacos" sign.  Right up on the line with the cowboys (and cowgirls) on horses.   Harry Reid today labled Bundy Ranch supporters "domestic terrorists". He can call us whatever he wants, I tend to like "freedom fighters" (maybe John McCain will come take pictures with the Bundys? ha,ha).   

I met all kinds of people from all over the United States that came that day to support the Bundys and risked our well being (and maybe our lives?) for liberty.  You can debate the cause (basically the BLM said in 1990's "we are going to drive you out of business", and Cliven Bundy said "the hell you are".  They did drive 51 other ranchers in Clark Co. out of business in the past 25 yrs.).  I wanted to go up and exercise my first and second amendment rights, and I did.  It was a good day for the Bill of Rights, and shows exactly why the second amendment was right after the first.

Where this goes from here, know one really knows.  The militia is in it for the long haul (many unemployed Vets and young and older men are willing to stay as long as they are needed).  The Oathkeepers organization is helping with funding and is a worthy organization.  Much of the money they have raised is going to support the people guarding the Bundy Ranch.

I am sure this will divide the gun debate even more.  With one side saying, "this is crazy, you must take away their guns", and the other saying, "Bunkerville proves how important the second amendment is, it worked just like it is supposed to".  Now we at least have a bloodless incident (unlike Ruby Ridge and Waco) to show how armed citizens can change tyrannical behavior by the Federal government.

To keep up with events check out the Bundy's blog or youtube channel:

and these guys seem to be doing a good job covering it on youtube:


GetZeeGold's picture





The Apache, which began service in 1986, is armed with a 30 mm M230E1 Chain Gun (with 1,200 rounds), Hellfire anti-tank missiles, and 70 general-purpose 70 mm rockets. In short, it is capable of fending-off any enemy, foreign or domestic.

SilverIsKing's picture

“Well, it’s not over. We can’t have an American people that violate the law and then just walk away from it. So it’s not over...”

Harry Reid is right and therefore, he should be serving multiple life sentences.

dontgoforit's picture
I am more afraid of an army of 100 sheep led by a lion than an army of 100 lions led by a sheep." -- Charles Maurice de Talleyrand-Perigord,
French diplomat
FEDbuster's picture

I prefer these Isoroku Yamamoto, Japanese Naval Marshal General during WW2, quotes:

"The fiercest serpent may be overcome by a swarm of ants." 


"I fear all we have done is to awaken a sleeping giant and fill him with a terrible resolve."

If I had made another sign, the above quotes would have been on it.


Harlequin001's picture

'would do nothing to stop the Bureau of Land Management’s militant assault on Cliven Bundy’s cattle farm.'

My understanding was that they were there because his cattle WEREN"T on his farm, in which case the cows should be removed should they not?

hobopants's picture

I honestly don't give a shit if he was grazing them on the whitehouse lawn. An overreaching and increasingly violent federal government is the real issue here and they needed something like this to put them in their place. My only hope is that confrontations like this continue until we get the productive change we need one way or the other. The Federal government should be defunded completely and all power returned to the states and the people.

old naughty's picture


No need to be afraid, the Lion is all loving.


Harlequin001's picture

As long as you don't honesty give a shit about the real issue and want to make a point about something else then you shouldn't be too bothered about whether anybody wants to support you or not.

The world is full of zealots, and I honestly don't give a shit about many of them either...

But if it's my 'public' lawn he needs to get his cows off it, either that or pay his dues like I would have to...

hobopants's picture

"point about something else" Wow, so you mean to tell me the main interest this article holds for you is some rancher not paying his fees? You should call up the IRS and ask for a list of people not paying their taxes, you would undoubtedly find that a fasinating read.

What you should be asking is "should there be any fees? are they constitutional?" "Why is the federal government handling what should in fact be a state issue?" "Why are the BLM and police employing military grade hardware?"

Some random guy not paying his fees will not change your life in any meaningful way.

Sitting idly by and paying attention to stupid details like that while ignoring the fact that our government is turning into a police state will.

Harlequin001's picture

Seems to me like if he paid his fees like everyone else he wouldn't have a problem, and you would have to create an arguement about something else, somewhere else.

hobopants's picture

Lol, I really can't tell if you're trolling me, but kudos because it seems like it. Yes pay your fees, stop thinking, suck the government's cock and hand over your free will then you wouldn't have an issue duh! It's so simple, thank you for your wisdom!

Quus Ant's picture

This story has been on the front page for a looooong time now.  900 comments.  Is someone inviting us to speak freely? 


P.S.    I love you NSA!

P.S.S.  oh, now it's moving down the queue.  Ha ha!  Awesome.

FEDbuster's picture

Let's get the story straight on the "fees" bullshit.  This may get "thin", but I want to post it up top.

Bundy's family had paid their grazing fees, since they were instituted with the "Taylor Grazing Act of 1934".  They made improvements to the land, mostly water related (which benefited all animals on this 600,000 acres).  All went well for 60 more years. Then the UN Agenda 21 was signed by George HW Bush, and a study of the public lands of NV concluded the Mr. Bundy had to cut his herd of cattle in half to help "save" the "endangered" desert tortoise.  At that point, he told the BLM to go to hell and tried to pay his grazing fees to the state of NV.  They refused his payment.  The fees were never the issue until recently for the BLM.  They wanted Bundy's cattle off the land.  In the meantime, they did drive 51 other ranchers in Clark Co. out of business.  A couple years ago they took Mr. Bundy to Federal court to collect back fees, interest, legal costs, court costs, etc.... that is where the $1 million + number comes from.  Mostly they just wanted his cattle gone, so with court order in hand this past month they started to round up and kill his herd.  At the same time as the Bundy cattle dispute was going on, the wild horse population on this land has exploded to over 4000 horses.  The study that said Bundy needed to cut his herd in half also said the BLM needed to keep the number of wild horses under 500.  This wild horse problem is all over the West google it.

The Reid family is deeply involved in land deals, solar plants and other shady stuff in NV.  Bundy's ranch and this public land is in play with the Reids.  BLM is headed by a former eight year staffer of Harry Reid.  This is all about Federal government power and corupt politics and UN Agenda 21 goals.  Not some tortoise or $300K (the true number) in back grazing fees.

Squid-puppets a-go-go's picture

well, i think this event proves the precise opposite of Talleyrand-perigord's aphorism: when justice has been perverted for so long, and resister's leadership is constantly decapitated by ridicule, framing, demonising or ignoring - eventually, finally, the little people will become so pissed off as to become united in one bloc of power that does  not require a 'leader' because they all know the cause, they all know the enemy and his tactics, and then, and only then, does an unstoppable revolution start to foment


dontgoforit's picture

Yeah.  I was kind of thinking about America being led by Obama (sheep leading the lions) more than the Bundy situation in NV.  Militia have always been an important deterent to a bully government.

Latina Lover's picture

Liberty triumphs over tyranny

Save_America1st's picture

exactly.  Liberty and tyranny.  Look at the photos of what went down at that ranch and it's easy to label which side was for liberty and which side was for tyranny.

Those soldiers should be ashamed of what they perpetrated at that ranch.  I'm sure many of them knew and felt what was happening was dead wrong and violated everything they stood for and their oath to defend and uphold the Constitution and to protect the people, not terrorise and vicitmize them.  It was obvious that many of those soldiers were in fact military personel of some sort.  Either Army Special Forces or Marines.  I'm sure most of them are having a hard time looking their friends and family in the eye after this whole mess.

But it's pretty fucking obvious that a whole lot of them enjoyed their little power trip over those people and those helpless animals...they're probably the regular BLM federal goons who have no honor.  We saw those fucking scumbags sicking German Shepherds on those unarmed people and tasering them over and over again illegally for no fucking reason at all other than those fuckers were pissin in their pants scared and so they used unnecessary force on those people.

And they're probably the same treasonous fucks who tortured and murdered over 150 of Bundy's cattle.  Fucking douchebags, all of them...but you know we'll never find out who did what and that none of them will be held accountable for their violent crimes.

Take note people.  Those are the same fuckers who work for DHS and all the other goon squads, and they will be more than happy to break down your doors illegally and shoot you dead in the middle of the night whenever they feel like it. 

It's obvious these government criminals have created a new domoestic para-military force full of treasonous homicidal fuckheads who have been given a free pass to abuse and kill American citizens at will.

Just keep what happened in Nevada in mind as well as what happend in New Mexico when the Alberquerque police murdered that guy ON VIDEO for no reason and got away with it.  Keep all this in mind in the months and years ahead as this government continues to slide into the abyss of corruption and uses all the force they can against the will of the American people.

And in the same respect, those fucking goons better remember what happened in Nevada as well.  Good people stood up against them and shut them down.  Luckily those fuckers didn't shoot and kill andybody...but one day they'll try this again and they'll be bolder and more violent and they will turn another situation into another Waco or Ruby Ridge.

Well they have families too and they have to live with the crimes they commit against innocent people.  And they can't hide anywhere in this country where we won't find them once they cross the Rubicon.  They have to sleep and they have to protect their homes and families.  How are they going to oppress us and violate our right to freedom when they have to protect their own families???

It won't last long at that point, because like the article says...we showed that we're serious, fearless, and will mobilize to defend what's right.  We're not going to take this shit lying down and now they know it. 

I'm sure they'll try to provocateur some false flags to blame on patriots, vets, the TEA party, Christians, 2nd Amendment supports, or Ron Paul supporters just like they said they would in their own documentation on record.  But nobody is going to believe their false flags anymore.  Too many people know about their tactics, and the Bundy standoff proved that the people were the non-aggressors and that those fucking Nazi assholes were the real criminal scum in the whole thing.

Arm up and be ready, folks.  The Nevada battle was a win for now, but those assholes will be back looking for a fight soon enough, so it isn't over by a longshot.  They're never going to stop, so we all have to pull together and be twice as vigilant against them as any of those fuckers think they can be against us. 

Save_America1st's picture

thanks...but I'll never be discrete when it comes to these kinds of matters.  They sure as hell aren't discrete in acting out their overt crimes against our Republic and the people, so fuck them.  They will never cool my freedom of speech or action in the face of their tyranny. 

They're gonna have to get me first.  It's not like we all haven't been tracked and traced and checked and recorded for years on the internet and cell phones anyways, right?  So who fucking cares now if we speak of truth and justice and doing what's right and calling those fuckers out for the scum that they are??? 

What's the difference at this point?  Fuck them.  Do you know how many times I've called the fucking White House over the last 10 years to tell them what I think of their bullshit?  And I call from my personal cell phone and use my name and address...I don't really give a damn what those criminal scum think of me. 

They don't even count as American citizens anymore in my book and neither do the vast majority of these so-called elected officials who only mean to go to D.C. to become high level mafia gangsters to steal and oppress and extort money from the rest of us.  Fuck 'em all. 

Is that discrete enough? ;-)

Nobody should ever think that "laying low" is going to get you a pass with these fuckers.  The minute we lay down is the exact moment they will trample all over us.  So being discrete about my stance is never going to be an option and I would never recommend that to anybody if they wish to survive the evil this corrupt, illegal, and unConstitutional "government" has in store for us.    

dizzyfingers's picture


Dear Save: I like General Patton's idea: make the other poor bastard die for his country... (live to fight another day) but to each his own. (Did you know the outspoken Patten was assassinated?)

This is interesting, Kochs funding buybacks of western public lands?

Save_America1st's picture

yes, I believe Patton was assassinated. 

Wish the Koch's would use some of that money and power to get Dingy Harry Reid thrown in jail for his treason.  What a fucking douche bag.  I hope the people of Nevada do the right thing and vote that fucker out in the next election...even if he gets the SEIU and other unions to rig the voting machines.


eatthebanksters's picture

Patton died in a car accident...

Manthong's picture


Barak f’n Hussein has a number of distinctions..

.. in my adult life, I know that I cannot save for the future as my savings are worthless unless I put them into “risk”

--in my adult life I worry about the bugs that are being imported into my country from a negligent immigration policy… my adult life the US stopped being able to put a man in space.

 go f’n research   TB    , Lice,--  Cholera   and all the other f’;n diseases that the f’n bankers allowed to infect the country after they convinced the politicians to stop controlling immigration so as to get population up and f’ with the statistics.

heck.. I'll just go have a drink and let your poor kids deal with the issue.

and WTF.. a diseased Lolita or Bertha is soft and warm.

oops.. ..don't want to neglect the moist part.

FEDbuster's picture

Save America 1st,

First, wish you were with us last Saturday.  You would have had a good time and met some good people.

Second, here is the link to Daniel Love, BLM agent in charge for NV and UT, decked out in his "contractor" outfit.

This is the same guy who told Pete Santilli that "Bundy better have 10,000 people show up to support him, and we will have forces to arrest them all".


Save_America1st's picture

Thanks man!  Glad you were there and I wish I coulda been too.  I live in Tampa, FL.  But I was most definitely there in spirit the whole time.  Did you talk with David Knight from Infowars at all?  They kicked ass covering everything from start to finish.

"Daniel Love" (if that's his real name) is NOT BLM...he may have been wearing their patch, but it looks like he's obviously Army Special Forces or some other outfit.  Those who took the side of the government should be ashamed for obeying crimininal orders to terrorize the Bundy's.  They should be thrown out of the military, and the ones who tasered people, sicked dogs on them, physically assaulted them, and killed those cattle should be thrown in jail too.

Makes me fucking sick to see that shit happen on American soil. 

Good for you for getting out there with them.  I'm glad everyone came out safe in the end.  I highly doubt this is over by a long shot though, and I hope the Bundy family and supporters out there continue to stay vigilant.

FEDbuster's picture

Pete Santilli and David Knight were both right there, and yes I spoke with Mr. Knight for about 30 seconds (he was focused on reporting the event).  Pete did a great (sometimes over the top) job.  He seemed to be everywhere.  His videos sparked the response to make the trip for many people.

If you have the time here is a nice picture montage just posted at youtube from Saturday:

Philalethian's picture

Beautiful America.

Thanks to all the positive contributors...and may God forgive all the traitors and foreign agents(splc) of evil America that waste their time here on ZH.

Does anyone know WHERE these splc asshats are at now? They will need to be found out in the coming revolution and hanged for being the evil traitor enemy agents they all are.


Philalethian's picture

Pondering this again today.

Is this the real reason reid is so interested in this land?


Happy Day of Peace and Family on Easter Day to ALL!



RichardParker's picture

Hold a spot for him at the front of line for the gullotine if it goes down !789 style.

DblAjent's picture

This "Liberty Movement" is the real Tea Party. NOT the neocons sucking on the GOP tit.

yrbmegr's picture

Next step is the federal government gets a judgment from a Clark County court, gets a writ on the cows, and sends the county sheriff to collect them.  You want it all local, it can certainly be local.

Nick Jihad's picture

I don't understand the downvotes - it wouldn't make me happy, but you can't count on your enemy to always do it the dumb way.

nmewn's picture

It is interesting, how the terms used have changed to define "things" (affecting the brain, the perception of, "things").

From...the peoples the publics the governments land, seemed like just the blink of an eye, on a historical scale.

But most people, skipped right by it, without even batting an eye ;-)

Unknown User's picture

Either way, this guy is a moocher. He has about $1M of cows for which he did not pay grazing fees since 1993.