Thursday, January 7, 2016


In the State of Oregon a rebellion has broken out after two farmers were sentenced to five years in federal prison for starting a preventative fire on their own land. The government charged the ranchers as terrorists. Revealing, because resistance to Government overreach is only called terrorism by dictators. 

Ammon Bundy speaks to Good Morning America on what his group feels is at stake and why they're armed:

UPDATE: For many people it has become incomprehensible that someone should be willing to kill or be killed for his values. Pacifists and many Christians draw the line at being killed. Altruism demands sacrifice, but to kill is a huge nono. The Nihilist Left have given up on values altogether. They want peace at any price which rather ironically, is leading straight to the grave. Whether we like it or not, power comes from the barrel of a gun. Freedom isn't free. 

Jan. 4, 2016


The US federal government’s claimed ownership of nearly 650 million acres of land, almost 30 percent of the area of the United States.

The federal government is not authorized to own land. The Constitution restricts the feds to establishing “Forts, Magazines, Arsenals, dock-Yards, and other Needful Buildings” and reserves for the States the right to own land. “Our Founding Fathers specifically restricted what land the Federal government could own,” explains the Constitutional Concepts Foundation. “Even then, the Federal government had to purchase the land from the State, with the approval of the State Legislature. Further, the Constitution stipulates that all new States will become members of the Union on an equal footing with all other States. This is not true of the Western States where the vast majority of the land within the boundaries of the State was simply taken by the Federal government.” Supporters of large, centralized government argue the massive theft of land is permitted under the Property Clause of the Constitution.(...) “The founding fathers never intended to create a Republic where the feds could impose draconian fees on peaceful individuals and force them from the land. As a matter of fact, that is exactly the arrangement that the Constitution was written to prevent, as it clearly violates the principles of fiduciary government, sympathy and independence.”

Omitted from the discussion playing out in the media is the fact the feds have gobbled up millions of acres of land in Pacman fashion not out of concern for the “public interest,” but for profit and concession to large corporations in control of the legislative, executive and judicial branches of government. For instance, the states of Colorado, Utah and Wyoming have the largest deposits of shale oil in the world. In addition, the West has an abundance of bauxite, phosphate, trees, oil, gas, clay, fish and is cultivated for a wide variety of agricultural products. (...) The occupation of the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge center is about the federal government’s unconstitutional claimed ownership of land and the rules it imposes on ranchers (and its effort to drive the few remaining independent ranchers off the land). The corporate media, however, will continue to minimize this and portray the occupation as an illegal act by gun-toting militias bent on armed confrontation with the federal government. This may sell newspapers and result in web page views, but it does a disservice to the overriding issue—the continued expansion of government and its zeal to abrogate property rights and implement Agenda 21. (Source)

(VIDEO) AGENDA 21 FOR DUMMIES (SOURCE). The principle at work is basically the reservation concept. The population is concentrated in urban areas, while federal agencies rule over federal lands as virtual tyrants.

Jan. 3, 2016


USA Armed Militia Overtake Federal Building.

In October the Obama administration sentenced two Oregon farmers to five years in federal prison for starting a preventative fire on their land. The fire spread to federal land and burned less than 140 acres. The government charged the ranchers as “terrorists.” This is an example of gross government overreach, and the public should be outraged. A parade of militia members and Harney County residents marches up Court Avenue to show their support for the Hammond ranching family. Then after the march 150 militiamen took over the Malheur National Wildlife Headquarters in Oregon to protest the prosecution of the two ranchers. 

The Bundy family of Nevada joined the militiamen Saturday to take over the headquarters of the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge, vowing to occupy the remote federal outpost 50 miles southeast of Burns for years. Militia members at the refuge claimed they had as many as 150 supporters with them. The refuge, federal property managed by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, was closed and unoccupied for the holiday weekend. In phone interviews from inside the occupied building Saturday night, Ammon Bundy and his brother, Ryan Bundy, said they are not looking to hurt anyone. But they would not rule out violence if police try to remove them, they said, though they declined to elaborate. Two family members will report to prison Monday. (Source

The official story by CNN:

The unofficial story (source)

Ammon Bundy posted a video on his Facebook page calling on patriots from across the country to report to the refuge – with their weapons.

Bundy Ranch Facebook Page