A Good Question

30 May

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20 responses to “A Good Question

  1. mike

    May 30, 2013 at 10:20 AM

    A good question indeed; however, there are so many who worship at the alter of government that I never expect an answer. Also of note, the government killed more women and children at Ruby Ridge than we should have allowed them to get away with…they also kill more weekly now with their drones than universe can possibly be happy with. Murders!!!


  2. Peg-Powers

    May 30, 2013 at 12:27 PM

    I join with many others in proclaiming: NEVER AGAIN!

    However, now the guv-co buggers are hiding behind the so-called “terrorists”, the mind-controlled psycho-dummies who receive the blame for these atrocities….temporary blame, until the uproar has passed and attention is drawn to new matters. This ploy seems to be successful so far. Question is, how much of this are we prepared to tolerate?

  3. Forster

    May 30, 2013 at 12:40 PM

    Answer: The outrage was pretty much everywhere.

    This was before the internet got big, so if the mainstream media didn’t cover it, it didn’t exist. But the outrage was definitely there, and those who were paying attention knew about it.

    Another good question:

    What are you doing to prevent similar abuses in the future?

    • Carlton

      May 30, 2013 at 2:50 PM

      “What are you doing to prevent similar abuses in the future?”

      I’m being reactive as much as possibly and proactive as little as possible, because that’s always worked in the past.

      And you?

  4. Andrew

    May 30, 2013 at 1:16 PM

    It was spun by the media to make it David Koresh’s fault for the fire instead of the ATF and FBI. Then they used it again later when Timothy McVey singlehandedly shut down the patriot movement by allegedly bombing the Oklahoma FBI building on the anniversary of the Waco massacre. So, the power of media spin, government false flags used to blame, and the misdirection to point the blame somewhere else is what shuts down public outrage.

    I do recall a list of pictures and names. The article asked, “Have you heard of any of these 18 children? No. You don’t, because they died in the Waco massacre and the media won’t tell you who they are.” I was like, Woe! Even back then the alternative media was on it. Just like you Al.

  5. Buck

    May 30, 2013 at 1:41 PM

    Unfortunately, Feinstein must have been on vacation when she neglected to write a congressional bill proposing to outlaw all firearms and matches in the hands of government agents in order for the killing of innocent children to stop. The cries of justice were so loud that the silent hypocrisy was deafening.

  6. gary

    May 30, 2013 at 4:17 PM

    Buck, that’s just plain silly! Everyone knows it’s okay for the government to kill innocent children and American Citizens. Hell even Fuqenstein believes its all okay, she probably actually condones it and thinks it should happen more often. Only the peons need to be restricted. After all, we’re just slaves, right? Brainless, dumbed-down slaves……don’t believe it? Ask her! maybe she needs to have an accident…. ; )

  7. Peg-Powers

    May 30, 2013 at 5:27 PM

    Overt hostilities are enough to announce a War. Bashing, burning and shooting are obvious Acts of War upon the American people. An Act of War indicates continuous warfare. So what about similar destruction and suffering of middle-class families totally RUINED by the IRS? Good example of this is LARRY CONNORS, St. Louis TV newsman, now fired from his job because he believed the IRS had targeted him after his unpopular, but truthful, interview with president Obumination. (see Coast to Coast AM, May 29th)

  8. Yartap

    May 30, 2013 at 9:17 PM

    All Waco was about was the possibility of unpaid taxes and registration of possible automatic weapons or converted semi’s to auto’s (fully automatic weapons are not illegal). Under this criteria, we are all subject to a possible raid by BATF.

    The Sheriff of Waco should have stopped the ATF – But instead – HE DID NOTHING!

    What will your Sheriff do, if this happens again?

    Not only befriend your Sheriff, but also your local media, so they want write bad PR about your group.

    But further, WHERE IS PETA? The first victims of the raid were the dogs. Now, tell me again, who fired the first shots?

    Lying government bastards!

  9. ibfreeamerican

    May 31, 2013 at 2:21 AM

    I was outraged then and haven’t stopped the rage since.

    • Doug

      June 1, 2013 at 6:21 AM

      I completely lost what little respect I ever had for AmeriKa that day ! End the FED – and FED GOVCO by hanging them all if necessary.

  10. Donald T. Grahn

    May 31, 2013 at 3:56 AM

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  11. Anthony Clifton

    May 31, 2013 at 6:05 AM

    waaay too much…

    the Laws violated even before – 28 FEB 93 – by the TERRORISTS working for the

    the right to be secure in your home…

    did other Texans not Notice the Helicopters firing through the roof…of a Church / Home ?

    the right to due process…can we see the warrant, please ?

    the right to be free from harassment by Zionist busybodies…er um – ” AGENTS ” …with gangstalking methods, microwave/sattelites…and “accusations”…..,7340,L-4386582,00.html

    the right to own weapons that are bigger and meaner than your alleged servants weapons…

    the right to not believe the lies on Talmudvision…

    the right to not have the ADL/FBI and ADL/ATF telling lies on Talmudvision without a chance to tell the truth about the ADL/FBI & ADL/ATF…

    the right to trauma based mind control to further the satanic global hegemony agenda…
    on account of who prints the currency and owns the media and starts wars for profit…
    cause they HATE Jesus as a religion…

    Just the Facts…

    • Doug

      June 1, 2013 at 6:23 AM

      I know this event altered your life permanently and I apologize for the miscreants and murdering baby killing scum in D.C., “the new jer USA lem !

      My life has never been the same either.

    • kennywally

      June 1, 2013 at 5:02 PM

      About 5min into the video, the moderator is describing shrapnel coming off the concussion grenade that got tossed in. Concussion grenades don’t have traditional shrapnel, and those holes that were made came from a weapon from inside the room, probably from his comrades! Why this “officer” tossed a grenade after 3 officers just went in, makes no sense! A cpl minutes later he correctly identifies the people in the room are friends [ fellow officers ] of the man on the roof! I watched the FLIR video of this attack and it clearly showed the aggressors were from outside
      firing in and not the other way around. The american people don’t know, cuz they don’t wanna know….they are cemented to their couches and can’t get up out of fear of knowing the truth!
      The real wackos in WACO, were dupes too, who wore armored uniforms , helmets, riot gear, and were also on the teevee spinning truth out of fiction [ lies by omission ] to the gullible public. Credit goes to folks trying to get the truth out, they way they seen it. Is there a condensed version that tells the whole truth in a short video? But would anyone watch it now, after all this time, since they think they already know and don’t want to go over it one more time?! And the sheriff did nothing….maybe because he was in shock? or outgunned?! Not much of an excuse tho if true!

  12. Nemry

    May 31, 2013 at 7:09 AM

    I realize this is probably a lousy question, but is ANYONE out there keeping a tally with notes on these “incidents”?

    If not, some of us need to get together and start pulling all of this data together, with documentation. It needs to be formatted in the style of a legal affidavit. It should name names. Both defendants and plaintiffs, or the plaintiffs nearest surviving relatives. It should then be submitted to the court of world opinion, and possibly sent round to the Hague for international judicial attention. Of course, some of the defendants would include the United Nations, International Banking cartels and their families, etc. as well as many former and current heads of state.

    The charge is a solitary principle on, and derivatives thereof: Crimes against Humanity. War Crimes tribunals have used it at Nuremburg(sp), and many other places.

    • Adask

      May 31, 2013 at 7:54 AM

      No, that’s not a lousy question. There should be registry that tracks every instance of an unjustified homocide commmitted by the FBI, ATF and local police. How many innocent civilians are shot every year by “law enforcement”? Yes, the “police officers” are usually exonerated by grand juries and not charged with an offense, but just the same, how many innocents are shot (or even die) each year from law enforcement bullets?

      I don’t know nor do I predict whether that number would unreasonably large or fairly small. But I’ll bet that that number would be extremely helpful every time the government advocated more “gun control”. I could be wrong, but I’ll bet that if you divide the number of innocent people shot by law enforcement by the number of police officers in this country, you might find a statistic that would suggest that “law enforcment” is, man-for-man, almost as dangerous as most gangs.

      I don’t know what the number is today, but I know that in the 1990s, the one organization most likely to kill cops was . . . ta-da! . . . the cops themselves. 20 years ago, 30% of the police officers shot and killed died from bullet wounds accidentally inflicted by other police in gun fights. Although I don’t know what those numbers are today, I’d bet that the average cop is far more likely to be accidentally killed by his own partner than he is to be killed by some “sovereign citizen” out on the street.

  13. mike

    May 31, 2013 at 9:18 AM

    Yet another example:

    Also, several more in the related links at the end of that report. I, for one, do not give the military a free ride on killing innocent people…just because they do not live here and do not look like us does not make it any less of a crime by a criminal gang. For the record, I am retired military and I did not kill the innocent.

  14. mike

    May 31, 2013 at 9:24 AM

    “War is just a racket. A racket is best described, I believe, as something that is not what it seems to
    be to the majority of people. Only a small inside group knows what it is about. It is conducted for
    the benefit of the very few at the expense of the masses. I believe in an adequate defense at the
    coastline and nothing else. If a nation comes over here to fight, then we’ll fight…I wouldn’t go to
    war again as I have done to protect some lousy investment of the bankers. There are only two
    things we should fight for. One is the defense of our homes and the other is the Bill of Rights. War
    for any other reason is simply a racket,”  Gen. Smedley Butler, USMC, 1933, a two-time Medal of
    Honor winner.

    “War is the Health of the State.” Randolph Borne

    All wars are banker wars:


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