The threat that keeps us apart
Outpost of Freedom
May 24, 2012
Noun: 1. a mass of whirling fluid or air, esp. a whirlpool or whirlwind.
2. Something regarded as a whirling mass.
why Vortex? Well, when something goes down into the bottom of a
vortex, it is spun around and emitted in a different form than when it
A recent discussion brought up
an issue that has been close to me, for quite some time. I have seen
many succumb to entrapment, or, just plain deceived, by agents,
informants, infiltrators and other such ilk.
It seems that many
think the government is squeaky clean, or, that issues, not being of
national security levels of interest, don’t warrant the effort that
would be necessary to ‘move in' on the patriot community.
years ago, I learned that as many as fifty percent of the members of
Richard Butler’s Aryan Nation Church (Randy Weaver country), and of the
old Posse Comitatus, were people who, for whatever reason, had changed
sides, or were not quite honest in their dealings with the respective
I had read the following memorandum, which is
included in the Appendix of Congressman George Hansen’s book, “To Harass
Our People”, while traveling through the Washington, D.C. area, after
Waco. I met with an associate of George Hansen. He gave me a Xerox
copy of the memorandum, and I have no doubt as to its authenticity.
you read the excerpts from the memorandum, take note of the extent in
which the government is willing to ‘get involved’ in the “Tax Rebellion
Movement” (see note 5 to District Directors). Remember, also, that this
memo was written nearly 40 years ago. It would be ludicrous to think
that they have not enlarged and perfected their program. [Emphasis,
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FEB 26, 1973
to: Participants in Conference on Tax Rebellion Movement
from: Western Region
subject: Tax Rebellion in California
I am sending you the minutes of our meeting of February 9, 1973, on
the Tax Rebellion Movement. These minutes enumerate action items for
the Los Angeles and San Francisco District Directors and for Regional
I appreciate your past attention to this
serious matter, and feel confident that all of us working together can
successfully overcome this challenge to our tax system.
Homer O. Crossman
Howard advised he has been conferring with state tax officials who are
anxious to cooperate with IRS in the attack on tax rebels who also do
not pay state taxes; often the state can move quickly to close up a tax
rebel's business or revoke his license; that we should see that the
State uses its enforcement machinery on those cases which are not our
Mr. Crossman reported on his discussions with Assistant
U.S. Attorney Courts and Judge Crocker, Fresno, and of their interest in
enforcement of the law in tax rebel cases. Mr. Hansen commented on the
problem of federal judges appearing to be anti-IRS based on a belief
that IRS is "highhanded". Mr. Howard reported on a change of attitude
in federal judges in San Francisco after he met with a number of them
and discussed the gravity of the Tax Rebellion Movement and the
importance of giving prison sentences as deterrents.
There was a
general discussion of the importance of meeting with U.S. Attorneys and
federal judges to acquaint them with the full picture of the tax
rebellion movement. Mr. Crossman pointed out that after his meeting
with Mr. Couris and Judge Crocker, they requested background information
on the Movement which was furnished them.
Mr. Kingman suggested
the possibility of requesting religious leaders to warn their following
against participation in the movement, pointing to the beneficial
effects of Mormon Church President Lee's message.
Krause pointed out the importance of close planning on common targets by
the tax rebellion project supervisors of the Los Angeles and San
Francisco districts with planning meetings as needed.
Action items for District Directors:
1. Maintain the initiative in the attack on the tax rebels.
2. Know their plans before they arrive at our door to execute them.
3. Identify the leaders of the Movement and concentrate on them.
4. Have a plan of action in coordination with the Region rather than hit and miss defensive reactions.
5. Continue to step up the infiltration in-depth of the Movement.
6. Use all available federal, state, and local laws.
7. Use civil penalties on Porth-type cases.
8. Wage a campaign to educate U.S. Attorneys and federal judges with the importance of prison sentences on cases.
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the same time that the IRS was acting out the above to deal with what
the termed "tax rebels", the federal government also had to contend with
the anti-war (Vietnam) movement. In dealing with what was going on at
the time, infiltration into that movement was also a part of the
One of the larger groups that were active
in the anti-war movement was a broad based group known as Student for a
Democratic Society (SDS). They were of so much concern to the
government that the government actually started some of the SDS chapters
so that they had a degree of control, and, received intelligence from
other SDS chapters. If they didn't start them, they, at least, had
agents and informants join the various chapters.
of the government, during the anti-war movement, was Vietnam Veterans
against War (VVAW). Some of the VVAW members were from Gainesville,
Florida. Among them, however, were informants and agents. The agents
fed them information that the 1972 Republican National Convention (Miami
Beach) was being set up to set up the anti-war demonstrators. They
were told that the police would shoot some protesters. This would lead
to sealing off Miami Beach by raising all of the drawbridges, trapping
the protesters, and making for shooting fish in a barrel. To counter
this tactic, the Eight made plans to attack government buildings, police
and fire stations, and then force the lowering of the drawbridges.
This was to draw the police away from the Beach and allow the
demonstrators to leave the Beach, avoiding the catastrophic scenario
that had been fed to them. Of course, the informants and agents
testified against them, however, their correspondence (which was seen by
the jury) said that their plan was "for defensive purposes, only",
which lead to an acquittal. However, it does demonstrate that forty
years ago, the ability, means, and practice, of infiltration and
entrapment were standard government tools.
For a detailed study of the infiltration of the anti-war movement, see http://www.outpost-of-freedom.com/library/provoca.pdf
Who are the agents and informants?
are any number of reasons and means by which some people will become
agents of the government, or informants for the government. Though
there are variations of each of these, we will cover the more general
types of people and what their relationship to government is.
at the top, we have undercover agents. They can be undercover agents
for nearly any branch of the federal or state government. Most often,
they are very well trained, to include psychology, so that they can get
close to the people they are supposed to encounter and infiltrate. They
generally receive very explicit instructions when they go on an
operation, though they can also adjust, quite well, when a "Target of
Opportunity" arises. They are full time agents (Type I) and will become
very close to those in leadership. They will engross themselves in
their work, often living a life outside of what would be normal for an
FBI agent. They have "handlers" that are often, for months or years,
the only contact they have with the parent organization.
second type of agent, Type II, who is called in for support; for
example, the FBI agent who alleged to have explosives and other material
for sale in the Georgia Militia bust. Often they have desk or other
duties and are called only when needed.
A good example of the
Type I is FBI agent Steven Haug. Haug, who went by "Jersey Steve", had
infiltrated the Hutaree Militia. He got so close to the Hutaree leader,
David Stone, he was asked to be the best man at Stone's wedding.
Later, he would testify against Stone.
Another was a man, back in
the nineties, who went by the name of Bob Chapman. Later, when he
testified against the Florida Common Law Court, he identified himself as
Robert Quigley, "IRS deep undercover agent" and instructor at the IRS
undercover school. (See "Let me tell you about a man named Quigley")
agents are often 'wired', and the recorded conversations are
transcribed to be used for evidence, when their task is completed and
they have turned witness against former 'friends'. A partial
transcription of such a recording can be found at "Record of Activity".
BC = Bob Chapman = S/I Quigley is the agent. You may note how he tries
to blend in but does ask some questions attempting to entice
information that can be used against the parties, later. This is from
the 1995 investigation of the Florida Common Law Court that sent all but
one of the defendants to prison for 12 years.
These paid agents,
regular employees of the government, on special duty, are a blight on
our concept of self-government. Though such agents go back to the
Revolutionary War, where Washington had a staff of agents that mingled
with the British to gain intelligence information, they did not join the
British army or other government forces. It wasn't until early in the
20th century that the practice became common, to deal with organized
crime. However, currently, the government claims to have thousands of
agents working within various patriot or political groups. Must we
assume that political activism is now criminal?
The other form of
agent is the paid agent of a private organization. These are best
described as "infiltrators". One such organization using this tactic is
the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) that claims to have many
infiltrators within the various patriot groups, from militia to Tea
Party groups, and everything in between. Their primary purpose is
strictly information gathering, though if given the opportunity, they
will exploit a situation.
come in different varieties. Some are induced into informing on
friends and associates when they are charged with a crime, themselves.
They will sign a "plea agreement" (plea agreement informants) and
exchange their efforts for, most often, a "withheld adjudication" --
meaning that so long as they provide good information (not necessarily
truthful), and testimony, if required, they will not be prosecuted for
the crime that they are alleged to have committed. See "Informants
Amongst Us?" for an explanation of this process. In desperation, these
informants are capable of lying (since they have already given up their
integrity) and participate in entrapment, to 'save their own skin'.
They are, by nature, weak and unwilling to stand up for their
A lesser version of this is the "states evidence"
witness that will tell all to save his own neck. Though not an agent,
active informant, or infiltrator, he is often the source of conviction
of patriots because he does not have the fortitude to be a true patriot.
An example of this is one of Schaeffer Cox's fellow Alaska Peacemaker
Militia members, Michael O. Anderson. Cox, Lonnie Vernon, and Coleman
Barney are currently (May 2012) on trial. Anderson, who was arrested,
along with the other, in March 2011, has had his charges dropped and
will be testifying for the state, against the other three. (Reference:
Alaska Militia Trial Opens With Former Defendant as Key Witness)
might become informants in custody (jailhouse informants), seeking
favor, or reduction of sentence. These jailhouse informants will
usually testify to anything that is requested of them, to bring
"jailhouse confessions" to trial. They are often used to 'enhance' the
evidence against a defendant to assure conviction.
informants come in two categories. First are those who have been
charged with, or know that they have charges pending, for a crime. They
will contact a government agency and offer their services, hoping for a
reduction, withheld adjudication, or dismissal of charges. This is the
probable scenario in the Joe Sims involvement with the Georgia Senior
Militia, this past year. Joe, according to an Esquire magazine article,
was in jail pending child abuse charges. He contacted the FBI and
volunteered to provide information about members of the Georgia Militia.
volunteer informants are often James Bond wannabes or government
employees seeking beneficial treatment by freelance work to aid law
enforcement. There was the Viper Militia, Phoenix, Arizona, in 1996,
where about a dozen concerned patriots prepared for a Red Dawn type of
event. An aspiring firefighter joined the group. In his John Wayne
machismo, he began suggesting more active pursuits. Later, he brought
in an undercover Sheriff's Deputy, and both encouraged testing bombs,
often made with materials provided by the informant or agent, and making
plans to attack government buildings. Prison was the outcome for those
that followed the lead of the informant and agent. What bright future
lay in store for the informant, we do not know. Presumably, however, he
was rewarded favorably.
Another type of informant, though not
always intentional, is the "easily swayed informant". These sort don't
usually have any idea that they are an informant, though they are, just
the same, because they pass on information that might have destructive
ends, or, they are duped into passing information that is erroneous and,
potentially, destructive to the patriot community. They have, usually,
been contacted by a law enforcement agent (often FBI Special Agents),
or even others down the chain, including others who have been easily
swayed, who convince them that they are really good guys, and an asset
to their country. They are then beguiled, and act in concert with
agents against the best interest of the patriot community, most often
thinking that they are doing right to the community. Often, they will
sway others (usually larger numbers) away from any activity that is not
easily controlled. If the person is susceptible to the charms of the
agent, he can go beyond that easily swayed and become a de facto agent,
and never realize that he is being used. It is the psychological
training that the agent uses to manipulate the person and use him to
influence others, most often away from a professed course. He is, in
essence, a sleeper, and can always be put to greater purpose, if the
need arises. These relationships tend to be long-term, and quite
congenial between the parties.
Of these last, a friend refers to
them as "useful idiots". However, I think it more appropriate that they
should be referred to as "guess what I know" types. Often, they pass
on information just because they have found it and think that everyone
should be apprised of this "wonderful;" or "dreadful" information.
Rumors of foreign troops across the Mexican border, for example, have
been circulating for twenty years, each time, with new adherents and a
new life, with only minor revisions to the original story, and, most
often, without any identifiable source.
All of those described
above are contrary to the Framers concept of government. They are, by
their very practice, violating the concept of the Fourth Amendment, the
right to "be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects".
How do they function in the patriot community?
All of the above identified sources of benefit to the government enter the patriot community, though they do so in various ways.
is the coward who turns state's evidence, but began by believing in a
cause. Once the chips were down, he cowers and turns against those that
do hold the principles highly. The turncoat, in a sense, is the worst
of those who find themselves on the wrong side of the battle. There is
nothing, except his nature, that would lead one to believe that he is
not really on the right side -- since he was on the right side until
imminent threat to his future freedom caused him to turn against those
who had every reason to believe that he was as sincere as they were, and
had nothing to hide.
Next, are those who become paid informants.
Often, they have joined with a true belief that something is wrong;
however, somewhere along the line they change ideologies. It may be the
result of less conviction toward the cause; the fear of doing something
'illegal' (as the Founders did); or simply a change of heart. However,
they are in and, perhaps, they can make a little money by offering
their services to the government. This sort is as bad as the first;
perhaps even worse, for he continues to gather and pass on intelligence,
and may even go further, acting against the best interest of the
Patriot Community and those he has gotten to know.
Next are those
informants who have been charged with a crime and decide to "cop a
plea" and become an informant for the government. Like the first, those
that turn state's evidence, they are cowards and will send others to
prison to avoid their own stay in the "gray bar hotel". However, since
they continue to "play along" with you, they can pass on even more
information, and often will set traps for you to fall prey.
in the informant category, are those who have joined in hopes of
increasing their "job opportunities" with the government. Most often,
they are already employees of government, as noted above, but they are
playing the "spy game" in hopes of enhancing their resume. (Reference:
My Life as a White Supremacist)
Now, we get into the realm of
professional spies. These are the agents whose job is to invade your
privacy, get dirt on you, and even more, which will be discussed later.
We'll begin with the Type II agent. His job is to be available and act
the part, when the need arises. Otherwise, he is just an employee with
other duties. He will be a witness only to what transpired during the
course of his brief interlude with the subject of the investigation.
comes the Type I agent. His dress, his manner, his whole life,
revolves around his active participation in the group that is the
target, or contains the target, of an investigation. Since his job is
playing spy, he will do whatever is necessary to obtain the accolades he
will get for obtaining a conviction and getting the job "well done",
regardless of what techniques he uses to achieve that end.
this person, let's call him the Vortex, will use others to insulate
himself from exposure, if things don't go smoothly. He will also use
others to achieve specific ends. He is, however, the point of contact
between the government and the patriot community, hence, Vortex. The
information swirls in and out, on the patriot side of the Vortex. His
job is to sort out, manipulate, control that information, and pass it
thorough to the government for their nefarious purposes. He is also the
source of misinformation, coming from the government side, and then
thrown into the swirl on the patriot side, though more about this,
Often, the Vortex will never even see a patriot, though he
could be directing the operation from a distance. This is common with
certain types of informants, where the Vortex is most often referred to
as the "handler". However, for any such investigation, there will
always be a Vortex; the agent or other government employee who passes
information in both directions; plans, or passes on plans, for the
control or expansion of the operation; and is the person, who, if
exposed by the patriot community, damages or defeats the government's
These agents have a plan when they go into their job.
That plan can be revised to meet the exigency when circumstances
warrant a change, or an expansion, of an investigation. They will also
know who most of, if not all of, those who are lower level informants
involved in any case they are working on. However, the informants will
seldom, if ever, know who the agents are, until both find themselves on
the witness stand. (Reference for Type I and Type II agents: Patriot
Agents, especially Type I, will seldom be used to testify,
if informants can became the "fall guys" and provide sufficient
testimony to obtain a conviction. Once an agent testifies, he has
probably blown his cover and will have to retire to some other duties.
His effectiveness is lost, so he is a commodity that has to be
protected, unless exposure is absolutely necessary.
agents will create an organization to give itself legitimacy within the
patriot community. In so doing, they have established their
"credentials", though you may have never heard of the organization
before meeting the agent. If he can demonstrate that he has created a
following, you will drop you guard, as he has apparently, achieved what
all are trying to accomplish. (See Patriot Games link, above)
all cases, if the abilities of the individual, in whatever capacity,
are such that he can move up the chain of command of an organization, he
will do so. This allows him to obtain access to information that
others might not have access to. It allows him to obtain information
from individuals in casual conversation, when that individual doesn't
suspect that anything he says is going beyond the two of them. It also
allows him to move upward in command, and perhaps, replace the existing
command, once it is taken out because of his efforts.
Objectives of infiltration - Surveillance, profiling, disruption
must begin to understand just what capabilities the government's has to
keep track of patriots. They have an identification program that
includes anybody who is likely to read this article. It will include
most militia members, even those who have never gone on line, through
use of informants and other means. It will include almost any attendee
at a Tea Party gathering, and, probably, anybody who had gone to a Ron
Paul rally, if the participant gave a name, by any means. Intelligence
gathering is the source/foundation of the entire government verses the
Once they get the information, they have to
retain, store, manipulate, and provide access, to that information.
They also have to sort that information into meaningful data. So, we'll
begin by looking at what the sorting aspect entails.
government has developed a program for categorization of everybody in
this country (except, perhaps, illegal immigrants). The program is
called "C3CM". It defines three major categories, though we will only
concern ourselves with the first one. That is those who have, to some
degree, expressed their disenchantment with government -- the patriot
community. This doesn't require disobedience, or even advocacy. It
only requires that you don't believe that the government is working the
way that it should be.
If you are among this group, you will be
categorized into one of three sub-categories. Those who are simply
dissatisfied, those who are prone to act because of their
dissatisfaction, and, those who are capable of leading others into
exerting effort to effect change. It doesn't matter if those leaders
are of a violence oriented militia, or a group that encourages voter
registration and voting outside of the mainstream agenda. The fact that
they are leaders and can obtain followers poses a problem for
government, though the government may direct more resources at the more
militant. This does not mean that the peaceful sorts are beyond efforts
of government to affect their ability to lead. On the contrary, each
of us has entered the patriot community rather naive, and has learned,
as time went on, which can move us, inevitably, toward the more extreme
means of dealing with the despotic government that we find in control
of our country. If someone can influence large numbers, he is more of a
threat than a few isolated die-hards.
Where would the government
be able to store and manipulate such a large amount of data? Well,
that goes back to a story from the past. Inslaw, Inc., had a contract
with the Department of Justice to develop some tracking software --
"Promis" could be plugged into the 12 petabyte (if you were wondering
about the next level, a petabyte is 1,024 terabytes) database that
Sybase (the company that developed SQL for Microsoft) is developing.
So, once all of the pieces fall into place, there will be little that
you can do to keep from being tracked, along with almost everything that
you do, by the government. (References: see http://www.profoundstates.com/promis.htm)
as they take out any leadership, if they have moved their resource up
into the upper echelons of any organization, they have attained a
position that may soon leave the government resource in charge of the
We began this article with a memo from the IRS
Western Division, nearly forty years ago, about a tactic to be used to
disrupt the "tax rebels'. Not that this was the beginning of government
efforts to manipulate both people and truth, only to demonstrate, with a
provable piece of evidence, that influencing, by whatever means,
including judges and churches, is and has been a part of the plan for
total control of the people and their actions. Would we be doing
ourselves any favors to think that they would not use these same
tactics, today, enhanced by both technology and experience?
Methods of Disruption
now, let's look at objectives that the government might pursue through
their various types of informant, agents, and infiltrators:
Discredit, or, take out, leadership or those who pose a threat to the
continuation of the government's effort to gain absolute control over
the people, removing them from their means of influence over those who
might follow them.
Discredit those who might bring attention to
government tactics by suggesting questionable behavior, or, accusations,
that will occupy them and remove them from any effective contribution
to the patriot community.
Move those who are within government control or influence into positions of influence within the patriot community
Create division, wherever possible, any organization that begins to
grow and may become effective. If possible, splinter the group into
two, or more, factions, so that they don't flee elsewhere, and the
government can retain controlling interest, or at least positions of
influence, within each faction.
Use of a group the government has
control of to create conflict with another group, creating doubt,
disenchantment, and, perhaps, dissolution of the targeted group.
If a group has a structure (rules) that would make it more difficult to
create disenchantment, challenge, ridicule, or ignore the rules, to
create as much disturbance as possible -- hopefully to disrupt any group
that might really organize into a cohesive and effective group working
together for a common goal.
Stimulate discussion of controversial
subjects (Waco, Oklahoma City bombing, 911, Birth Truthers, etc.) to
bring division and, perhaps, conflict, oral or physical, between
adherents of each side of the issues.
Promote identification of
theoretical enemies (Rothschild, Illuminati, Free Masons, etc.) so that
members pursue un-provable resolution, thereby creating endless
squandering of time on insignificant objectives.
For those with
legal pursuit as means of attacking the government, direct them on
fanciful flights with erroneous objectives such as Admiralty Law,
Maritime Law, Uniform Commercial Code, United States government is a
corporation, etc. (reference for the last three items: Divide and
Use of "trolls" on Internet discussion groups and other
forums to detract from discussions that might cause some to think;
includes ridiculing opponent, specious arguments, diversion from the
subject of discussion, and other tactics intended to discourage active
participation in what might otherwise be productive discussions.
consequence of the government meddling in our affairs, if we are truly
self-governed (We the People), is that the government manipulates us to
achieve an increase in power and control over us. It is not our
disenchantment with government that is the problem; it is the government
overreaching its authority that has caused us to be concerned as to the
direction of the government and its impact on us and our posterity.
achieve their goals, they must devise means for keeping the will of the
people from being manifest and force them into compliance with that
will. By their efforts to fragment the patriot community, they have
achieved their goal and will continue to do so.
efforts have identified targets of any effort at political change,
outside of the two controlling parties (Democrats and Republicans), and
have manipulated the others into ineffectiveness, they have effectively
created a one party system, not unlike the Soviet Union's Communist
Party where all power was granted only to party members.
the government has become the master and we have been subjected to
their will -- through the divisive means explained herein.
The solution to this otherwise overwhelming problem is to resist the infiltration, by whatever means necessary.
begin with, look in to the background of all who join your
organization. In the modern world that we live in, we are obliged to
provide a Social Security Number (SSN) to arrange for utilities to be
turned on, to borrow money or establish credit, and for many other
purposes. If we wish to get a job, we are obliged to provide background
information regarding previous work history, education, criminal and
Why should something as important as our
Liberty not require at least such evidence of background and personal
history as our daily lives do? After all, there is far more at stake
than whether I can buy something when I don't have the money, or even
having electricity at my home.
Thorough background information
should be required of all who wish to join any patriot organization,
even those currently members. If someone is reluctant to provide such
information, then you must wonder if they have something to hide from
you that they don't have to hide from their employer or bank. If the
position they are seeking might have potential risk to others, then not
only the background information, but a review of records* would be in
order. If any questions arise that are not properly addressed, then
realize that absent satisfactory answers, you may be subjecting yourself
to influence that is not in your best interest, or, worse, being set up
to take a fall..
[*There are a number of sites on the Internet where
court, criminal, and other records can be purchased for very nominal
fees – perhaps a good investment for the security of your organization]
someone has been charged with a crime and adjudication withheld, then
they may have worked a deal with the government. Don't put them in a
position that would allow them to work a deal with you.
someone demonstrates any characteristics that lend to the possibility
that they are pursuing any of the "Objectives" listed above, there may
not be an indication that they have someone else's interest at heart,
though the method by which they pursue such objectives should be
Disagreement can be resolved through
reasoned discussion/debate. It should be organized and open to all, or
many, of the existing members. It should be void of both personal
attacks and unsubstantiated (with real evidence) accusations.
organization would be wise to adopt some rules and methods of
evaluating all of its personnel, including existing officers and
members, as well as recruits. They should be based upon the above
information as well as interviews with the individual concerned.
organization should include within their structure a means to evaluate
new members, investigate any member who comes into question, and,
establish a review procedure that includes a review board, composed of
already approved members, to evaluate any information, conduct hearings,
and, proscribe remedies, including removal of membership.
is no doubt that on occasion, someone may have the appearance of having
the characteristics that would lead one to believe that their interest
is elsewhere, though it may only be that the person's personality brings
about such suspicion. However, is it better to exclude someone by
error rather than allow a potential risk to the entire organization.
Weigh the risk against the lesser objection to hurting someone's
These are the times that try men's souls. The
summer soldier and the sunshine patriot will, in this crisis, shrink
from the service of his country; but he that stands it NOW, deserves the
love and thanks of man and women. Tyranny, like hell, is not easily
conquered; yet we have this consolation with us, that the harder the
conflict the more glorious the triumph. What we obtain to cheap, we
esteem too lightly -- Tis dearness only that gives every thing its
value. Heaven knows how to put a proper price upon its goods; and it
would be strange indeed if so celestial an article as FREEDOM should not
be highly rated.
Tom Paine, The American Crisis (December 19, 1776)
our policing ourselves, our groups, and, our own patriot community, we
only leave ourselves open to the disruption that the government has
desired to create.
point in time, we have many thousands of people being deprived of their
productive time and participation by "chasing ghosts" created by the
government to do just that -- deprive us of time and confuse us with
At the same time, they have addressed and
attacked many who would be useful to our purpose by accusations of
crime, as explained in the IRS letter, in violation of federal, state,
or local laws. The have, thorough seminars, advised judges to "throw
the book at" patriots charged with made up crimes, removing them from
any active participation in our cause.
The time has come for us
to change the game. They laugh at us, now, because they are far more in
control than we want to recognize. We don't recognize it because we
have faith in the government -- we just want some changes that return us
to the Constitutional government that is our birthright.
They, however, are playing a serious, and often deadly, game, with every intention of winning.
fear them, yet they have no reason to fear us -- because they have
subverted most elements of our movement, and have at least some
influence or control on the reminder.
It is time for us to change
the game around and get them to fear us. Not through violence, rather,
through exposure and removal of those who would seek to undermine our
ability to function productively. It is time for us to be as serious
about ridding ourselves of these subversive elements as we are about our
individual causes, for all are doomed to failure unless we regain
control of our own activities.