ZH: A Warning To The Feds On Incremental Prosecutions Of The Liberty Movement

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Brandon Smith teaches the history lesson.

As does this flick:

 
Both recommended, especially in light of this development in Virginia.

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33 responses to “ZH: A Warning To The Feds On Incremental Prosecutions Of The Liberty Movement

  1. Either you do this to the enemy.
    Or.
    They do this to you.

    Did you think this would end any other way?

    100-200 million along with the cop scum who will gladly follow orders.

    http://www.commieblaster.com/bill_ayers/index.html

    You have been warned.

  2. colddeadhandsdays

    Ballsy. Smith puts it right out there that they can and WILL be gotten to. Yup. The time is getting close it seems. There’s a Million of them…TOTAL. They are over confident.

  3. Suspect vaginitis legies are circling the wagons or the sharks are tastn
    Freefor blood until they find Cheka in the diet!
    No doubt Brandon incrementalizm! Sounds like fair fun to me. Eye for an eye numbers work. F***€d the planet up so bad until there was nothin left to steal there eh? This is the end of the line nutless bullie. No bad ass, just real sore ass!

  4. THEY. DON’T. CARE.

    They stand behind their Blue Wall and laugh.

    And the Only Ones do WHATEVER they are told, as long as that paycheck keeps comin’ in.

    Lon Horiuchi, baby!

  5. Reminder: There are no good badged thugs.

    There.

    Are.

    No.

    Good.

    Cops.

  6. So cops can just start wearing balaclavas full time like in other countries known for state sanctioned death squads and/or corruption by cartels.

    Any cop not going along with this and voicing concern about the changes ahead can be weeded out after the rest of the department has completed their insider threat training.

    “Patrolman Smith, your early retirement has been approved. Please report to Detective Muhammad for expedited processing.”

  7. pathfinder1776

    The money quote: “Incremental prosecution and oppression is effective when the establishment wishes to avoid outright confrontation with a population. Attempt to snatch up a million people at one time, and you will have an immediate rebellion on your hands. Snatch up a million people one man at a time, or small groups at a time, and people do not know what to think or how to respond. They determine to hope that the authorities never get to them, that it will stop after a few initial arrests, or they hope that if they censor themselves completely, they will never be noticed.”

    This is something to keep in mind during the ‘No more Fort Sumters’ debate. If TPTB think that they can’t “win” (however they define it) against an armed insurgency they will do everything they can to prevent it. I have not come to any conclusion on TPTBs strategy, or even if they have one. YMMV

  8. Same ish will happen here despite the citizens “being armed to the teeth”. Many of those said armed folks would walk off a bridge if tbe law required them to do so.

    Its a total false sense of security having an armed populous who are still nothing more then a modern version of the sheepish masses history has told us about.

    • Every Iraqi man owned a fully automatic AK47 even when Saddam was in power. Fast forward to the current time and 10,000 men flee as 5 ISIS guys roll up on mopeds.

      American men aren’t much different. Arming them doesn’t give them real spirit or confidence. Strap claws on a sheep and it’s still a sheep. The real fighting will still be between the dogs and wolves.

      • SemperFi, 0321

        I’ve been saying this for yrs now. Read the gun building blogs and make note of all the uber compliant gun builders, they scream at each other for not having all the number of batf compliant gun parts installed (on assault weapons mind you) and will rat each other out for special protected status some day. The useful idiots don’t realize they will be the first to visit the knackers.
        Our gun culture is comprised of mostly a bunch of whiny adolescents who spend more time building collections and stroking themselves than actually knowing how to use those weapons in defense of freedom. Half of those gun owners are too fat to waddle to a firefight anyway, last year Sparks, LP, and I watched young 250-300 lb militia types wandering the local gun show, I doubt most of them could have made it it to the fire exits. The number of obese 30 yr olds is shocking, they hunt off 4wheelers instead of running the woods with a pack. Being armed does not make you a hunter/warrior. Of course, starvation could change that.

      • Jimmy the Saint

        ISIS believes in what it’s fighting for. The average Iraqi isn’t quite so sure about “Iraq”. It’s not necessarily a lack of balls, it’s just that without a good reason to stand and fight, it makes little sense to do so. Same problem here – even if you don’t like the status quo, there really isn’t any concrete Option B to rally behind.

    • It won’t take many. Extrapolate the last few “roaming sniper” television extravaganzas out to about 100 at a time and see what happens.

  9. Jeffery in Alabama

    I watched it all and it was a pretty good film. As Matt stated it is “the same devil, but another century”. The underlying message is excellent. However, most liberals could watch this film over and over and still the ironic message of gun confiscation would go right over their heads. Without being armed those in power are free to treat the citizenry (in this case “enemies of the state) as they wish. Those with guns can indiscriminately slaughter those without them, steal lands, confiscate goods, plunder homes, rape women, drive them onto barren lands to starve them, or herd the defenseless into concentration camps to be worked to death as slave laborers. Surrendering arms is not an option for those who wish to live and prosper. Deo Vindice

  10. “Never do your enemy a slight injury” cuts both ways.

  11. During the entire debacle in Oregon at the refuge, I was appalled by the stupidity. This has been covered by many so I will not digress into it unless forced too. Boys should not play grownup without some form of adult supervision. That being said…
    One can not be awake 24/7, let alone be “switched on” 24/7. This is recognized and known by those who have been there.
    Why building community is so important, why I attempt to recruit known operators, family and friends into close proximity in out of the way places.
    In my case it is the “highlands” of the Northern Rockies.
    An individual whom I have read everything I could of his and their writings (Especially of the days when the Ninja clans were outlawed and hunted).
    is Dr. Masaaki Hatsumi, 34th grand-master of the Togakure-ryu Ninja clan. And senior to 8 other various Ninja styles and families.
    Getting into the hard to get to places, into the mountains and desolate areas, away from the castles and cities of the ruling clans and Samaria.
    Appearing to be poor priest and farmers with nothing visible of value. The ancient version of “cover for status, cover for action”.
    And something I will continue to preach … at least to those I think will listen and understand. Get out of the cities. Get out of the cities … I do realize this is very difficult for some.
    But the above … is why the Ninja philosophy, heritage, religion, style, beliefs and attitudes have survived for 34 generations. It is preservation of the tribe.
    Nuff said.

    • If you can’t get out of the cities at the very least have friends that have and start stocking things at their place…

  12. When cops get anonymity, any cop will be sufficient for someone seeking revenge.
    That is probably not one of the effects that they intend, but likely.

  13. Alfred E. Neuman

    Reblogged this on MCS.

  14. Jeffery in Alabama

    A prime example of the “mindset” occurred tonight. My wife and I were in downtown Birmingham. I made a mistake and turned a block too soon. I dodged to homeless/crackheads hand-jiving in the middle of the street and went to the end of the block. Suddenly a 350lb black man is running towards our car shouting. I just keep going, but am forced to turn around as there are seven “Trailway” size buses hauling ass out of the back of the minor league ballpark. It is then I realize the guy who was running towards us was a cop and was trying to get me turned around and not block the buses. After doing a “U-turn”. I go right back past him as he has scrambled back to his shiny new .gov all black and unmarked pick-up truck. He was probably going to run me down and disable me using the PIT or some similar maneuver. I then get a good look at the gun, badge, the radio, etc.(I thought for a second he might have been a “mall cop”) and knowing I am at a safe distance with buses rolling our way, I ask him if he needed something (LOL). The guy goes apeshit ballistic and screams at me in a barely intelligible voice, “when somebody tells you to do something, you better do it”. Then it was “get the hell out of the way you almost messed up my all buses”. My first thought was “he actually believe that obey part”. My wife and I were both amused and angered. The man was in an unlit alley. He didn’t identify himself as the police, and he was assailing our vehicle. The fellow is in need of some serious training. He did not even realize he was potentially only seconds away from being target practice. If his job was to insure the buses got away unencumbered, He should have been sitting there with all of his lights going and his headlights on, etc. How quickly our lives or his could have changed just by me making a wrong turn and he behaving so rudely.

    • Jeffrey,

      Read the above.

      There are no good cops.

      Once upon a time there were good cops…..as Don McLean sang “Long, long time ago I remember when….”. Today….

      There.

      Are.

      No.

      Good.

      Cops.

  15. Seems to me that the ‘process’ has already begun. Probably started small and incrementally moving forward a long time ago but now in the open. Think: the current mantra of the ‘war on police’. Even with statistics and numbers showing otherwise, the narrative is that the police are under siege and to that end must ‘protect themselves’ hence break down doors, SWAT homes, protect each other ad infintium ………..
    We are just about ‘here’ and when ‘here’ there will be no turning back unless you and yours are prepared to disappear into our FSUA gulag or worse. Just who is going to push back? Just who will stand for me if they come for me? Just who will stand with you knowing the horrible cost? Better think about it ……………

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  17. Read an interesting article Thursday morning (it was on Yahoo news, not local news). It seems that Jefferson Parish Sheriff Newell Normand, a republican, called Bobby Jindal an idiot, and also stated he was tired of hearing about Obama, Obama, Obama, Obama. The bottom line in his article was that Louisiana needs to be taxed more (for more guns, ammo, mrap’s, etc.). The area I live in, Tangipahoa Parish, more specifically the Hammond area, has changed drastically since Katrina hit. The Katrishuns came here, most stayed, their customs and sorry attitudes came and stayed too, but worse was that the locals accepted to be the same way. Louisiana’s new governor J.B. Edwards is from Tangipahoa Parish. We are on our way to serfdom. But, not all will accept being a serf……………..

  18. If any of you think that we are far away from this you are delusional. Right now in every major urban area there are a significant number of police that would round up every “usual” suspect and have them “face the gates” for permanent processing. They are only one step away from considering everyone else a criminal as well.

  19. They already DO consider everyone else a criminal. Their worldview is that there are 2 kinds of people: Cops and everyone else. Everyone else is a lying scumbag who is up to no good. This is problematic enough, but they also believe that the rules don’t apply to them, and they act accordingly.

    In my job, I interact with law enforcement on a daily basis, and have for 25 years. I have seen the incremental changes in mindset and behavior. And, it’s true. There are no good cops.

    • This is just the last 3 days worth of the badged thugs – and his “everyone else is a lying scumbag who is up to no good…….. May they all burn in hell.

      February 26, 2016 @ 5:04 PM by Jonathan Blanks

      Update: Spokane, Washington (First reported 07-17-15): An officer was suspended for five days after pleading guilty to misdemeanor trespassing for domestic violence arrest. ow.ly/YKbcY

      Marion County, Florida: Three deputies resigned after they were accused of misconduct. Dash cameras revealed one deputy was using excessive force, conducting traffic stops without sufficient cause, and conducting searches pursuant to those stops without proper consent. The other deputies’ violations were related to suspected drug use. ow.ly/YKboN

      Columbia County, Georgia: Two deputies were arrested and fired for stealing cellphone accessories from a crash scene. ow.ly/YKceI

      Prince George’s County, Maryland: An officer was arrested for threatening and hitting his wife with a gun. He is alleged to have said, “You know I can kill you.” ow.ly/YKekS

      Winston County, Alabama: The sheriff resigned amid allegations he pressured deputies to give him marijuana. ow.ly/YKx96

      Update: Chesterfield, Missouri (First reported 06-09-14): A now-former officer pled guilty to recording men in bathrooms engaging in sexual acts in two jurisdictions. He is slated to be sentenced in both cases in April. ow.ly/YKVp4

      San Antonio, Texas: An officer was fired again. He was reinstated after the DWI that led to his termination was thrown out of court. This time, he was fired for getting in a bar fight the night he was celebrating his reinstatement. ow.ly/YKWFZ

      Update: Albuquerque, New Mexico (First reported 01-12-15): A review panel has recommended firing the officer who shot and critically wounded an undercover officer during a drug operation. ow.ly/YKXN7

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      Here are the eight reports of police misconduct tracked for Thursday, February 25, 2016:

      Update: Spokane, Washington (First reported 07-17-15): An officer was suspended for five days after pleading guilty to misdemeanor trespassing for domestic violence arrest. ow.ly/YKbcY

      Marion County, Florida: Three deputies resigned after they were accused of misconduct. Dash cameras revealed one deputy was using excessive force, conducting traffic stops without sufficient cause, and conducting searches pursuant to those stops without proper consent. The other deputies’ violations were related to suspected drug use. ow.ly/YKboN

      Columbia County, Georgia: Two deputies were arrested and fired for stealing cellphone accessories from a crash scene. ow.ly/YKceI

      Prince George’s County, Maryland: An officer was arrested for threatening and hitting his wife with a gun. He is alleged to have said, “You know I can kill you.” ow.ly/YKekS

      Winston County, Alabama: The sheriff resigned amid allegations he pressured deputies to give him marijuana. ow.ly/YKx96

      Update: Chesterfield, Missouri (First reported 06-09-14): A now-former officer pled guilty to recording men in bathrooms engaging in sexual acts in two jurisdictions. He is slated to be sentenced in both cases in April. ow.ly/YKVp4

      San Antonio, Texas: An officer was fired again. He was reinstated after the DWI that led to his termination was thrown out of court. This time, he was fired for getting in a bar fight the night he was celebrating his reinstatement. ow.ly/YKWFZ

      Update: Albuquerque, New Mexico (First reported 01-12-15): A review panel has recommended firing the officer who shot and critically wounded an undercover officer during a drug operation. ow.ly/YKXN7

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      Here are the eight reports of police misconduct tracked for Wednesday, February 24, 2016:

      Update: Reynoldsburg, Ohio (First reported 02-19-16): Two officers were suspended in connection with the drug investigation of a fellow officer, but have not yet been criminally charged. The officer and DEA task force member who was arrested killed himself in his jail cell. ow.ly/YHjTe

      Washington, District of Columbia: An officer was charged with DWI after off-duty chain reaction crash. ow.ly/YHpeK

      Florien, Louisiana: An officer was arrested for possession of methamphetamine and weapons violations while on duty. ow.ly/YHpyd

      Camden, South Carolina: An officer was arrested for misconduct after fondling himself in his patrol car while on duty. ow.ly/YHpKS

      Virginia Beach, Virginia: An officer was charged with DUI for an incident off duty. Her BAC was nearly three times the legal limit and she had two young children in the car at the time. ow.ly/YI7ZF

      Lithonia, Georgia: The chief and another officer are being investigated for excessive force after allegedly abusing a handcuffed teen. ow.ly/YIcaC

      Pennsylvania State Police: A trooper was arrested on two counts of access device fraud and two counts of theft. ow.ly/YIguT

      Columbus, Ohio: The City settled a lawsuit for $85,000 with a man who was sucker punched by an officer. The man had been trying to break-up a fight outside of a bar when the officer came up from behind him and punched him. The officer did not report the use of force to his superiors and did not offer medical assistance to the man, who suffered facial fractures as well as neck and teeth injuries. The officer was ordered to pay $5,000 to the plaintiff and was suspended 120 hours for the incident. He was not charged with a crime. ow.ly/YIknD