POSSIBLE SCENARIO IN FREEMEN STANDOFF
Will the government forces allow the "Freemen" standoff to
continue past the "magic" number of 51 days? (The Branch
Davidian standoff near Waco, Texas, ended in tragedy after 51
days.) "Reading the tea leaves" (i.e., "reading between the
lines" of mass media reports) leads this editor to believe that
some incident with the Freemen may be imminent.
Trusted negotiator Colonel "Bo" Gritz was seen on CNN saying
words to the effect of "I can't reason with them [Freemen]; it's
time for the government to be 'courageous.'" Also coming out was
the story that the Freemen believed that Yahweh had drawn an
invisible shield around their property to protect them --
SUBTEXT: "They're 'kooks', don't you see? They're not
full-fledged human beings."
(This is not, however, Waco. Waco was hugely egregious; the
Branch Davidians had always cooperated with local law enforcement
and had not set themselves up as independent from the federal
government. Whatever your feelings about the Freemen standoff,
don't miss the fact that, while there are similarities between it
and the Waco Massacre, there are also key differences between the
two situations. Don't let Freemen water down the push for the
full truth about Waco.)
Now we have a report by AP (Associated Prostitutes) that "The FBI
warns of Militia War Plan." It is alleged that "militia
extremists plan to wage war on the government and the media if
the Freemen are attacked." NOT noted are how do the various
militias respond to this story: Do they confirm it? Do they
deny it? Supposed targets in the event of an FBI and/or military
attack on the Freemen are "military fuel depots, federal
satellite centers, senior federal law enforcement officials and
1. FBI and/or military attacks the Freemen.
2. "Federal satellite centers," etc. then *are* attacked.
3. Mass media liars then say, "Ah ha! Just as was warned.
Militias have retaliated for the attack on the Freemen."
4. Hysteria and King of Liars Billy Boy Clinton do their
routine; big crackdown on "extremists".
Writing in *The Right To Bear Arms: The Rise of America's New
Militias*, New York Post reporter Jonathan Karl reports that
militia leader Bob Fletcher had warned about similar tactics
months before the April 19, 1995 OKC bombing. "Watch and you
will see an increased amount of terroristic activities pick up
here in America. Now, you watch, they will try and pin this on
the militia/patriot movement." Mr. Karl, in his
better-and-cheaper than Dees' book, adds that militia leader Jon
Roland had similar suspicions just 3 weeks before the OKC
tragedy. Roland is quoted as warning, "We have several reports
of possible plans for atrocities to be committed by [federal]
agents against innocent persons and blamed on militia activists."
It's the old Hegelian Dialect strategy: thesis, antithesis,
synthesis. The thesis is the raid on the Freemen. The
antithesis is the fake "militia retaliation"; the "retaliation"
is really carried out by federal agents. The synthesis is a
crackdown on militias. *Cui bono*?