Cliven Bundy isn't a loner in his battle | nor should he be

As the Cabal is now floundering, it may need the Charisma of a few agitated Texans to say this is the borderline and you don't cross it.

Texas is for Texans and No Federal Suits or claim Jumping our Land or Horse Thief Justice will be applied.

Just hanging 5 of these BASTARDS and sending them back in boxes to DC would do much good.

One World of Nations
By P
24 April 2014

Cliven Bundy isn't a loner in his battle. There has been a progressive lynching of small and medium businesses that have been targeted to be put out of business by the "gubernut". In specific those in rural areas. Think about these: Kit Laney, Judy Childs, Dale Burgett, Morningland Dairy, Raymond Yowell, Hann family and so many more. Dale Burgett wasn't put out of business, but the harm done was significant.

And of course, as part of their spin tactic, the feds will send out their schills. Yes, there are some who feel Bundy owes, but the truth of the matter is, they need to be looking over their own shoulder and making sure they are not doing business as a dba. They will be targeted sooner or later. It doesn't matter if you ranch or have a auto repair business, they will come hunting your business and put all involved through hell.

It's not just the BLM, but add in The Federal Forest Service, FDA, IRS, EPA and so on. They will attack and do it in so in many ways, particularly the weakest areas of a business - financially. Have land that you own - if they want it, they will do all they can, including getting the local Sheriff involved and ultimately jail time to further discourage fighting them. They will get it if they want it. They will be very hard on you if you say "no" to their often low ball offer. None of this is to scare, but rather to inform. Maybe you'll be one of the lucky ones with an honest sheriff.

Our Constitution and Bill Of Rights are "Golden" Documents. It will be a glad day when we return to it and common law. People need to take the time to study it and what it really means. Then, you may begin to understand what Cliven Bundy is saying, as he is right. If you need a little more reading, go back to the pure white light of the Declaration of Independence to find the intent of what the 2nd Continental Congress wanted for future generations.

Here are some articles of interest to help keep you informed:

Texas Lt. Governor: BLM ‘Makes My Blood Boil’

by Logan Churchwell
22 April 2014

Texas Lt. Governor David Dewhurst slammed the U.S. Bureau of Land Management in a statement today after Breitbart Texas revealed a federal plan to potentially seize mass tracts of privately-held land. The Lt. Governor said any such plan was “outrageous” and “made [his] blood boil.” The powerful state executive called on the Texas Attorney General to file a lawsuit against the BLM to blunt any federal designs for uncompensated “confiscation” of property.

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Bunkerville Was Not the BLM's First Rustler's Roundup

Pro Liberate
By William N. Grigg
22 April 2014

The raiders arrived at dawn. Contract cowboys backed by BLM rangers and other heavily armed law enforcement personnel fanned out across the desolate but alluring Nevada countryside to confiscate livestock owned by a family who – under a controversial claim of sovereignty -- had allowed them to graze on public lands without paying fees to the federal government.

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BLM Eyes 90,000 Acres of Texas Land

By Bob Price
21 April 2014

After the recent Bundy Ranch episode by the U.S. Bureau of Land Management (BLM), Texans are becoming more concerned about the BLM’s focus on 90,000 acres along a 116 mile stretch of the Texas/Oklahoma boundary. The BLM is reviewing the possible federal takeover and ownership of privately-held lands which have been deeded property for generations of Texas landowners.

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Shoshone Farmer, Raymond Yowell, Set to Take on the Bureau of Land Management

Indian Country
By Thomas Mills
19 February 2012

In the past 80 years Raymond Yowell’s ancestral homeland has had more than 900 nuclear bomb tests, 50 million ounces of gold extracted from its depths, and now, his cattle rounded up and sold to the highest bidder for past due grazing fees from land he has grazed for more than 20 years.

He was born in Elko, Nevada in 1931. His parents lived near the Ruby Mountains, South of town, the location of the signing of the famous Ruby Mountain Treaty of 1863.

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War Makes Us Poor | Top Economists Say War Is Bad for the Economy

Now at last Blogs at least get it. Wars cripple economies. No one wins bar the Cabal and Bankers.

The case for peace dividends outweighs war. What a novel concept in a world consumed by war. What political leader will be first to seize the day?

Image courtesy of Steve Hess

Washington's Blog
23 April 2014

Preface: Many Americans – including influential economists and talking heads - still wrongly assume that war is good for the economy. Many congressmen assume that cutting pork-barrel military spending would hurt their constituents’ jobs.

As demonstrated below, it isn’t true.

Nobel-prize winning economist Joseph Stiglitz says that war is bad for the economy:

Stiglitz wrote in 2003:
War is widely thought to be linked to economic good times. The second world war is often said to have brought the world out of depression, and war has since enhanced its reputation as a spur to economic growth. Some even suggest that capitalism needs wars, that without them, recession would always lurk on the horizon. Today, we know that this is nonsense. The 1990s boom showed that peace is economically far better than war. The Gulf war of 1991 demonstrated that wars can actually be bad for an economy.

Stiglitz has also said that this decade’s Iraq war has been very bad for the economy. See this, this and this.

Former Federal Reserve chairman Alan Greenspan also said in that war is bad for the economy. In 1991, Greenspan said that a prolonged conflict in the Middle East would hurt the economy. And he made this point again in 1999:

Societies need to buy as much military insurance as they need, but to spend more than that is to squander money that could go toward improving the productivity of the economy as a whole: with more efficient transportation systems, a better educated citizenry, and so on. This is the point that retiring Rep. Barney Frank (D-Mass.) learned back in 1999 in a House Banking Committee hearing with then-Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan. Frank asked what factors were producing our then-strong economic performance. On Greenspan’s list: “The freeing up of resources previously employed to produce military products that was brought about by the end of the Cold War.” Are you saying, Frank asked, “that dollar for dollar, military products are there as insurance … and to the extent you could put those dollars into other areas, maybe education and job trainings, maybe into transportation … that is going to have a good economic effect?” Greenspan agreed.

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This Is How Empires Collapse

As we and society are now questioning both consciousness and Cabal criminality, now is the time to look also at how and why this crooked State will and must collapse.

of two minds
By Charles Hugh Smith
22 April 2014

This is how empires collapse: one complicit participant at a time.

Before an empire collapses, it first erodes from within. The collapse may appear sudden, but the processes of internal rot hollowed out the resilience, resolve, purpose and vitality of the empire long before its final implosion.

What are these processes of internal rot?
Here are a few of the most pervasive and destructive forces of internal corrosion:

1. Each institution within the system loses sight of its original purpose of serving the populace and becomes self-serving. This erosion of common purpose serving the common good is so gradual that participants forget there was a time when the focus wasn't on gaming the system to avoid work and accountability but serving the common good.

2. The corrupt Status Quo corrupts every individual who works within the system. Once an institution loses its original purpose and becomes self-serving, everyone within either seeks to maximize their own personal share of the swag and minimize their accountability, or they are forced out as a potentially dangerous uncorrupted insider.

The justification is always the same: everybody else is getting away with it, why shouldn't I? Empires decline one corruptible individual at a time.

3. Self-serving institutions select sociopathic leaders whose skills are not competency or leadership but conning others into believing the institution is functioning optimally when in reality it is faltering/failing.

The late Roman Empire offers a fine example: entire Army legions in the hinterlands were listed as full-strength on the official rolls in Rome and payroll was issued accordingly, but the legions only existed on paper: corrupt officials pocketed the payroll for phantom legions.

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