Skip to comments.Obama and his 73 private armies of Gestapo Government
Posted on 09/16/2013 3:31:49 AM PDT by Red Statements
The recent dispatch of EPA storm troopers into tiny little Chicken, Alaska, is just one further bit of proof of what happens when this or any administration places itself above the law and it should concern every single American. This past week, the EPA sent a heavily armed force to the gold mine in Chicken, Alaska, population 17, to conduct a raid. All told there are 73 armed groups within the federal government, including the Library of Congress.
Gov Sean Parnell has ordered an investigation into the incident and both senators, Lisa Murkowski, (R) and Mark Begich, (D) have added their concerns about a raid used to terrorize and intimidate Alaskan citizens.
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Where’s my government check?
Then what? It does not pay to pay three watchers watch one worker.
Watch the economy spiral when ObamaCare is fully implemented. The watched will not work for nothing.
The enemies are inside the wire.......we will have to turn our weapons inward to survive
And this won't end pretty.
More Nazification of America!
For some you are most correct. But from one of the great movies, “there are a whole lot more things that grind on a man than dieing”....
Other agencies police powers should only have jurisdiction and powers only on the property that agency patrols. Agencies like the FDA, Dept of AG, EPA, DOT, OSHA, BLM, etc do not need a police force. The militarization of the United States Federal Government as well as the militarization of state and local law enforcement needs to be ended now.
Yeah, was just reading about this. I’ve posted before that Obama is NOT the problem, the heads of Federal agencies and big donors of the Democrat Party ARE the problem. We are becoming a quasi-oligarchy which is Fascist. The founding fathers are turning over in their graves.
It's too late. And, look at it from THEIR point of view. They are NOT going to give up THEIR guns which allow them to intimidate others. No way.
I just read an article that said Alaska State Troopers stated that drugs and human trafficking were rampant in Chicken Alaska.
How many drugs and how much human trafficking can 17 people do?
This raid cost the Government thousands of dollars, when one guy from EPA could have driven up there in a Chevy Suburban and done the same job.
America needs to get a firm handle on its armed government groups, agents, and SWAT forces! The police state needs taming.
” but there are enough patriot-minded Americans left that have not drank the Kool-aide - and know there are worse things than dying.
This will be much tougher for them than they realize.....”
Outside of maybe Tim McVeigh, who became unhinged after Waco and reading what I thought was pure fiction “The Turner Diaries”, (which NOW looks 10,000 times more accurate than Nostradamus), I don’t see any push back!
Hell, even the elections seem rather milk toast with the GOP offering nothing but Democrat light and the democrats almost coming right out and admitting they are now full fledged communists (albeit, still hiding behind the progressive label).
Excerpt from Toledo Blade article in link:
The legislature created the Ohio Turnpike Commission in a 1949 law that included a provision to dissolve the agency when the construction bonds issued to build the 241-mile roadway would be paid off in 1992.
But in 1990, the turnpike commission and its lobbyists convinced the legislature to keep the tolls on and to allow the agency to operate indefinitely.
When the only option left is the unspeakable "Plan B" you tread very quietly - we are not there yet (maybe close, but not yet, although Patrick Henry might take me to the wood shed for that view....)
>>Yeah, was just reading about this. Ive posted before that Obama is NOT the problem, the heads of Federal agencies and big donors of the Democrat Party ARE the problem. We are becoming a quasi-oligarchy which is Fascist. The founding fathers are turning over in their graves.<<
It didn’t happen without the cooperation and collusion of our so called Republican Party billionaires and RINO legislators. Issa, Boehner, McCain, Lindsey, Hatch, and the list goes on for many pages.
Demilitarize the beauracracies. Re-institute school vouchers or education tax credits. Medical Savings Accounts. End Daylight Savings.
Four simple steps to victory for any Republican.
“When the only option left is the unspeakable “Plan B” you tread very quietly - we are not there yet (maybe close, but not yet, although Patrick Henry might take me to the wood shed for that view....)”
Not only do we have the elected ruling elite erecting a super security wall around themselves but in every government department, the communists, hiding as progressives, are dug in so deep as to be impossible to remove.
When I grow up, I want to be on the Library of Congress SWAT team so I can take out all of those lying bloggers who are threatening the American Way. :)
I am very interested in finding out what the hell happened here. I used to visit this area a couple of times a year as a tour guide for a cruise line and there are more animals to each acre than people. Unless someone secretly and magically airlifted a whole compound of criminals into the wilderness without anyone noticing... this is BS to the hilt.
There is absolutely nothing but a couple people and miners for a hundred miles or more each direction. In fact, it is pretty much under snow for more than half the year. Drugs and human traffic is utterly absurd. Who the heck would be the customers????? Every time I traveled that dirt road from Dawson, all there is are an occasional RV with mom and pop and a bus or two of tourists traveling between Dawson City, YK (or Eagle Village on the Yukon) to Tok, AK with 1200 people. You can hardly get to a more remote place.
Wow! i have never guessed that recovering overdue books and unpaid late fees was such a dangerous endevour.</sarcasm>
including the Library of Congress. ....Is this the place Sandy Berger stole from, or was that the Archives? Either way they should have shot the SOB when they knew he was stealing them.
No, i doubt that they'd have kept classified documents at the Library of Congress. As for Berger, at the very least he should have been jailed for espionage among several lesser charges.
Personally, i think that setting him and the documents on fire would have been adequate punishment. It would have given him a foretaste of his soon-to-be eventual reward.