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PostSubject: 'The Oregon Standoff'   Sat Jan 09, 2016 2:45 pm

Where I've been going for updates, though mainstream and still with much of the bs slant. But at least it's a more localized news source.

http://topics.oregonlive.com/tag/showdown%20in%20burns/


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PostSubject: Re: 'The Oregon Standoff'   Sat Jan 09, 2016 2:47 pm

Another silly jew stunt
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PostSubject: Re: 'The Oregon Standoff'   Sat Jan 09, 2016 3:40 pm

Talked about staged juden scenes






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PostSubject: Re: 'The Oregon Standoff'   Sat Jan 09, 2016 4:00 pm

Jacob Gold wrote:
Another silly jew stunt

Notice how this pseudo Marine 'Blaine Cooper' throws on a drawl when he's got camo on and is talking in front of the press cameras and cowboys, but in other videos has almost an entirely different personality and the drawl is almost nonexistent.


'Marine bro personality'




'Playing militia', throwing on the drawl -- @ 1:15 mark




Probably closer to the real thing -- "Embarrassed because we're filming at our hotel instead of the actual Wildlife Refuge we are supposedly occupying" -- note the gung-ho boldness is replaced by a sort of passivity and nervous hesitancy



Stanley Blaine Hicks [Blaine Cooper] [1][2] was a leader in the 2016 militia occupation of the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge.[3][4]

He claims to be a member of the Praetorian Guard, however the Praetorian Guard website says "If you are convicted of a felony, your membership will be terminated immediately." [5] The Praetorian Guard is a rump [?] militia based in Arizona, US, many of whose members are "military contractors" and active-duty personnel in the U.S. Armed Forces.[6][7] Cooper himself claims to be a former U.S. Marine Corps recruit who enlisted through the delayed entry program. According to service records, however, he did not report for Marine recruit training.
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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blaine_Cooper

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PostSubject: Re: 'The Oregon Standoff'   Sat Jan 09, 2016 4:02 pm

Jacob Gold wrote:
Another silly jew stunt

Might be. 

Gov Abbott of TX, talk about timing, is recruiting Governors and their populace to assemble a neo-constitutional convention to essentially restore the 10th Amendment (preventing federal gov't over-reach), which is arguably the most pressing current issue.  http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2016/01/09/texas-gov-abbott-calls-for-constitutional-convention-proposes-constitution-amendments.html

Rubio, the jew puppet, just jumped on the 10 Amendment bandwagon, a strategic pander.  Were he to get elected, this would be all forgotten.  Jews must be reading the tea leaves.  Cruz, the Harvard charlatan, is pushing for constitutional ban on same sex marriage and other moral crusades, which go against the 10 Amendment.  Seemed all along Cruz is in the race to prevent somebody (e.g., Perry initially) Jews don't like from being elected.  Polls have Cruz and Trump close in Iowa.  Trump hasn't weighed in specifically on the 10th Amendment but he must be thinking about it.  10th Amendment confirmation would work for well-run states, but have poorly-run states flailing.  Interesting issue.

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PostSubject: Re: 'The Oregon Standoff'   Sat Jan 09, 2016 5:16 pm

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Talked about staged juden scenes



Then you have this clown Ritzheimer (another pseudo Marine)





"Spare me this melodrama"



Manufactured for defeat -- fake tears, fake emotion, fake inflections, fake pauses (video was posted by 'Mr Militia' Blaine Cooper on his youtube channel, and the mainstream sites ran with it)


In the YouTube video, Jon Ritzheimer explained tearfully why he was going to miss Christmas with his 3- and 5-year-old daughters in Arizona to protest on behalf of ranchers in a remote corner of Oregon.

By Monday evening, the video had been viewed more than 360,000 times, as Ritzheimer and a group of about 20 other anti-government activists settled in for an occupation of Malheur National Wildlife Refuge headquarters.

The trip to Oregon that elevated the 32-year-old Phoenix-area motorcycle mechanic and Marine Corps Reserves veteran to a new level of Internet stardom was only the latest in Ritzheimer's travels to publicize controversial causes.

A self-described extremist, Ritzheimer until now was best known for a series of provocative anti-Islam demonstrations and blog posts in 2015.

Ritzheimer's role in Burns includes appearing in a video made Dec. 26 to appeal for help in Oregon from the Oath Keepers, a group of former military, law enforcement and first-aid responders. The group previously said it had suspended Ritzheimer's membership following his statements against a senator supporting the U.S. nuclear deal with Iran.

Military records show Ritzheimer, who is originally from the San Diego-area, served two tours in Iraq as a motor transport driver. While he often claims to have served in the Marines, records show he served only in the reserves from December 2002 through July 2014. No discharge information was available Monday. Ritzheimer has said he was discharged due to the Marines' tattoo policy.

Ritzheimer arrived in Burns just two weeks after calling for a protest in Seattle over a separate issue: gun ownership.

He posted a video to YouTube asking for current and past members of the military to rally in front of the federal courthouse in support of Schuyler Barbeau, whom Ritzheimer described as a military veteran "illegally kidnapped" by the federal government.

The FBI had arrested Barbeau in December on suspicion of having a 5.56mm caliber assault rifle that required registration because of its short barrel and potential use as a fully automatic machine gun, court documents show. A confidential informant told authorities that Barbeau often carried the rifle, along with a handgun, body armor and a helmet, in his vehicle and that he repeatedly threatened to shoot government agents, a federal criminal complaint said.

FBI Special Agent in Charge Frank Montoya Jr. told Seattle's King 5 News after a court hearing that he worried Barbeau's arrest could spark action from his friends, many of whom identify as members of the patriot movement.

The confidential informant in the case was threatened and named online, and the personal information of the federal agent leading the investigation was also posted, court records submitted later show.

Ritzheimer's video appeal for support for Barbeau is passionate. In the background is a flag bearing the logo of III%, a reference to the percentage of the American population that is believed to have actively fought the British during the Revolutionary War. But that video was viewed just more than 2,500 times. Footage from King 5 News shows few people ultimately showed up at the Dec. 21 protest, and Ritzheimer didn't pass in front of the camera.

Whether it was Ritzheimer's video or broader social-media networking, Barbeau's arrest in Washington does appear to have attracted the attention some other people now occupying the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge. At least two other the Burns protesters, Jason Patrick and Maureen Peltier, showed up outside the Seattle courthouse.

They are part of a network of activists who identify as patriots and generally coalesce around issues of rural land ownership, gun rights and immigration. Barbeau aided Cliven Bundy in his standoff with federal agents over grazing rights in Nevada in 2014, Barbeau's Facebook postings show.

In a brief phone conversation Monday evening, Ritzheimer downplayed his role in the wildlife refuge takeover.

"I'm sitting in my truck at the end of the road to the refuge," he said. "I'm not representing any militia group."


Ritzheimer declined to answer further questions, deferring instead to an upcoming news conference.

Against Islam

Until now, Ritzheimer's biggest claim to fame was a series of anti-Islam demonstrations he organized in Phoenix in 2015 that prompted the FBI to notify a local mosque leader.

Ritzheimer began demonstrating after police killed two Phoenix residents who opened fire outside a Muhammed cartoon-drawing contest in suburban Dallas in May. He planned similar contests to be held outside the Islamic Community Center of Phoenix during Friday prayer and billed the events as pro-free speech. He invited attendees to come armed and carried a handgun. Hundreds turned out to the biggest event, along with about an equal number of counter-protesters.

Ritzheimer explained to the Washington Post: "I can't let my kids grow up in a society where tyranny is reigning over. I've got ISIS posting my address. This is terrorism at its finest, right here in America." Afterward, Anderson Cooper interviewed Ritzheimer on CNN. The protester compared himself to the signers of the Declaration of Independence.

That wasn't the end of the headlines, though.

In July, Ritzheimer showed up at a rally against Walmart for its decision to stop selling confederate flags. The same month, he posted a video to Facebook suggesting banning the Quran "because it promotes terrorism."

In another July video, Ritzheimer shot at a Quran and described Islam as an ideology. "It is more than a religion," he said. "This (expletive) runs governments, countries." The rhetoric is similar to that of Pamela Geller, whom the Southern Poverty Law Center has classified as an extremist. Ritzheimer does not have a listing in the catalog of extremists on the group's website, but his videos are referenced.

In September, Ritzheimer threatened to arrest a Michigan senator who supported a nuclear deal with Iran for treason, prompting an investigation from the U.S. Capitol Police.

Then came his November cross-country road trip.

The blog Outpost of Freedom said Ritzheimer helped a high-school friend move from Arizona to New Hampshire. Along the route, Ritzheimer posted selfies at 11 mosques, most featuring a raised middle finger or a shirt that says "F--- Islam." This product is sold by his apparel business, Rogue Infidel.

The blog post quoted Ritzheimer saying he received a three-way phone call from an FBI agent and a New York state trooper as he drove through Pennsylvania. He was told he would be arrested once he passed into New York because officers had seen video of him with a gun, the post said.

Ritzheimer's solution: turn off cellphones, retrieve cash at an ATM and change routes.

"If I was going to attack them as they claimed I was headed to do, I would have brought way more fire power, and they never would have known I was coming," he wrote. "Shame on New York State Troopers and shame on the FBI agent who rather than protecting a citizen and their rights fell into the trap set-up by the Muslims who play the victim," he later continued.

A spokesman for the U.S. Marshals Service declined to comment Monday on whether Ritzheimer had outstanding federal warrants, and an FBI spokeswoman declined to say whether he was under investigation.

The FBI told the New York Daily News during Ritzheimer's November road trip that the bureau had taken the unusual step of notifying other law enforcement agencies following another video Ritzheimer had posted, in which he cocked a handgun and said, "We're coming for you," referring to Muslims.

Ritzheimer appeared Dec. 16 in one of his Rogue Infidel shirts outside a Donald Trump campaign event in Phoenix. He said he was there to support Trump in halting immigration to the U.S. for Muslims.

Saying no to "terrorism"

A common thread in many of Ritzheimer's online postings is a bristling at the use of the word terrorist to describe non-Muslims.

During his November road trip, Ritzheimer appeared to stew on being called a terrorist by some Muslims following his "Draw Muhammed" events, and in his more recent video, he lingers on the fact that 73-year-old Dwight Hammond and his son Steven Hammond, 46, the two ranchers whose resentencing prompted the outcry, were prosecuted under an obscure anti-terrorism law.

"Dwight, he's so old he may die in there," Ritzheimer said in the video. "And I'm hoping he sees this video, 'cause it's real simple. Dwight, do you want to die in prison, labeled as a terrorist by these oppressors, or do you want to die out here with us, as a free man?"
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http://www.oregonlive.com/pacific-northwest-news/index.ssf/2016/01/rogue_infidel_jon_ritzheimer_a.html


The tune constantly changing -- this was before, the initial 'call to arms' - so you can see the backtracking in the later videos and statements



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PostSubject: Re: 'The Oregon Standoff'   Sat Jan 09, 2016 5:20 pm

If I were a genuine militia leader (vs the fake one in this case), and my goal was to encourage patriots et al to a rally point, to encourage victory (vs defeat) and the will to win, why post a video of my co-'spearheader' acting like he's on a fatalistic suicide mission not coming back to his family? Unless I wanted to encourage the loose cannon suicidal types to come. Must not have happened, since the later tone of Cooper and Ritzheimer in the video at the hotel is telling. "Oh and hey, more patriots -- come out, we could use you." (@ 1:00 min mark)

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PostSubject: Re: 'The Oregon Standoff'   Sat Jan 09, 2016 10:26 pm

Jews fear the 10th Amendment becoming a big issue.  How would they use this to silence 10th Amendment advocates? 

The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people.[4]

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PostSubject: Re: 'The Oregon Standoff'   Sat Jan 09, 2016 10:43 pm

wag wrote:
Jews fear the 10th Amendment becoming a big issue.  How would they use this to silence 10th Amendment advocates? 

The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people.[4]

I agree. it was always one of Perry's strong points (states' rights) -- and a reassertion of them via this new convention/amendment proposal could be one of the few ways besides a fully national movement, that 'Americana America' (for lack of a better term) can protect itself from the ever-accelerating jew-driven national transformation over the cliff.


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PostSubject: Re: 'The Oregon Standoff'   Mon Jan 11, 2016 12:46 pm

Watch these in order








The document delivered to the FBI:

http://www.pacificpatriotsnetwork.com/downloads/Proposed%20Resoulition%20of%20Peacful%20Occupation%20-%20Malheur%20National%20Wildlife%20Refuge.pdf


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PostSubject: Re: 'The Oregon Standoff'   Mon Jan 11, 2016 7:06 pm

As Sun Tzu says, best to attack the enemy's plans.

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PostSubject: Re: 'The Oregon Standoff'   Mon Jan 11, 2016 11:25 pm

wag wrote:
As Sun Tzu says, best to attack the enemy's plans.

Yep, this guy and his outfit seem to be made out of the right stuff. Interesting how they brought the issue of return of land to the local Native American tribe to the surface, as well.

Three main requests and grievances are being issued which include; grievances being addressed in writing with an intent to work towards resolving said grievances, criminal investigations of prosecutorial misconduct which resulted in the violation of the Hammonds Constitutional Rights, as well as the transfer and unconditional return of the lands in question to Harney County and Burns Pauite Tribe.

http://www.pacificpatriotsnetwork.com/proposed_resolution_2016-01-10.php

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PostSubject: Re: 'The Oregon Standoff'   Tue Jan 12, 2016 6:34 am

Anyone wonder what four fully combat ready ( bearded special ops straight out of Afghanistan looking ) fbi agents are doing in a barn in the middle of nowhere  ?

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PostSubject: Re: 'The Oregon Standoff'   Tue Jan 12, 2016 11:12 am

Vidarr wrote:
Anyone wonder what four fully combat ready ( bearded special ops straight out of Afghanistan looking ) fbi agents are doing in a barn in the middle of nowhere  ?

Apparently the location is a small airport/landing strip. Probably have a larger military-type contingent hiding somewhere nearby (that's the rumor, anyways). Location of FBI was probably given to the Idaho patriot guys anonymously by a local. The more rural location is definitely a factor in how things play out.


The darker red areas indicate 'more support for the NRA' (in other words generally more pro-gun, independent)
http://knowgazine.com/blogs/the-oregon-standoff-is-in-one-of-the-most-pro-nra-districts-in-the-country.html





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PostSubject: Re: 'The Oregon Standoff'   Wed Jan 13, 2016 3:30 am

So are these buffer zone warriors on a kind of trojan horse false flag gig meant to close off the area before a communications blackout in a polished Waco deal, or what?
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PostSubject: Re: 'The Oregon Standoff'   Wed Jan 13, 2016 7:09 am

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So are these buffer zone warriors on a kind of trojan horse false flag gig meant to close off the area before a communications blackout in a polished Waco deal, or what?

I don't believe so. The buffer zone guys (Idaho 3%) seem legit to me. Have stated that their purpose is to prevent another Waco... Notice that the jew media (except for tidbits from the more local news) has for the most part ignored these guys (including their Articles of Resolution document), and keep the focus on the 'zany' crowd 'occupying the Refuge', who were calling far and wide for any patriots from the four corners of America to show up - then when the Idaho 3% guys show up they're told by the Bundy crowd to leave (there appears to be plenty of 'divide and disrupt' drama going on with these guys at the Refuge, as half of them are likely provocateurs).

The 'leadership' of the occupiers is suspect in my eyes. It should be kept in mind that any bogus actions on their part would directly effect the rest of 'pro-gun, pro-liberty' America, across the country (remember what happened to the militia movement after OKC). You have this clown Ritzheimer posting a suicidal-leaning video online that went viral (thanks to the jew media), and this guy 'Blaine Cooper' who apparently is a multiple felon (probably why you never see a sidearm or long rifle on him) posing for photo ops left and right, and then the fact that Ammon Bundy lets these guys have free reign with the press. So if anything, it seems like the actions of the buffer zone guys are just as much about preventing provocateur actions from the inside as it is preventing the feds from completing that (likely planned) equation.

I could be wrong, but that's what it looks like to me so far with that aspect of the situation.


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PostSubject: Re: 'The Oregon Standoff'   Thu Jan 14, 2016 6:54 am

Some good comments attached to this article (which gives a general idea about what the standoff is supposed to be about with the case of the Hammonds)

http://tvoinews.com/featured/the-inside-story-of-occupy-malheur/


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The federal government should be restricted to the land ownership authorized by the US Constitution in Article 1, Section 8, Clause 17. All of the land currently (and illegally) "managed" by the federal agencies should, in accordance with the "Resolution of October 10th, 1780" and Article 6, Clause 1 be immediately "disposed of" by turning that land over to the State of Oregon. The people of Oregon should be deciding on what to do with that land through their legislature, not some unelected bureaucrat in DC.

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Originally originally, it belonged to the Paiute tribe. Some of it still does, technically. I think the ranchers and the tribe have common cause. At least they have a common enemy in these times, the federal and state government. Animosity and division has been fomented between native people and settlers since the beginning, but if you look closely now, you will see that they are actually allies against the tyranny of the government and the global bankers behind that. I have read Vicki's other essays exposing the 'debt for nature' swaps, and the global banksters don't care whether the people on the land are native or settler, they want them gone so they can reap more massive profits from the resources.


More on the Hammond case here:
http://tvoinews.com/featured/hammond-family-travesty-highest-degree-justice/


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PostSubject: Re: 'The Oregon Standoff'   Thu Jan 14, 2016 7:44 am

Found a very interesting video after reflecting on when the Idaho 3% guy Brandon Curtiss mentioned the rumor about uranium being in the area, as being a factor in this whole thing. Take in the info about the land resources (gold, uranium etc) - the tidbit about Russia is interesting too - but some of the opinionated rhetoric from the author of the video should be taken with a grain of salt:




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PostSubject: Re: 'The Oregon Standoff'   Thu Jan 14, 2016 8:37 am

FrontierJustice wrote:
but some of the opinionated rhetoric from the author of the video should be taken with a grain of salt:


lol that's true .. first he shows the wrong area under malheur national lake instead of Burns and then claims it's right next to a crater.. that's like saying Calais in France is right next to Dover UK .

Nevertheless the Uranium and Gold might be indeed the real reason why the "government" tries to disposess the farmers of their land.
Google maps clearly shows that burns is indeed used for farming. And Bundy supports the farmers while the guy insinuates he's there to persue stripmining for gold and uranium. It appears he's twisting things around.






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PostSubject: Re: 'The Oregon Standoff'   Thu Jan 14, 2016 10:08 am

Dig deeper into the federal land issue, and you will see that when the market conditions are favorable, politics ensues, and large parcels of land are stealth-sold for proverbial peanuts.   To whom?  Take a guess. 

Land conservancies/conservatories/trusts, etc. are largely shams under the guise of protecting the environment or preserving heritage.  They can be 100s of square miles or just acres of very valuable pieces of real estate in otherwise populated areas.  Like old military bases on the water.  But again, when the economic conditions are ripe, enter the puppet politicians and the jusual profiteers.

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PostSubject: Re: 'The Oregon Standoff'   Thu Jan 14, 2016 2:45 pm

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Dig deeper into the federal land issue, and you will see that when the market conditions are favorable, politics ensues, and large parcels of land are stealth-sold for proverbial peanuts.   To whom?  Take a guess. 

Land conservancies/conservatories/trusts, etc. are largely shams under the guise of protecting the environment or preserving heritage.  They can be 100s of square miles or just acres of very valuable pieces of real estate in otherwise populated areas.  Like old military bases on the water.  But again, when the economic conditions are ripe, enter the puppet politicians and the jusual profiteers.

Well said, man.


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PostSubject: Re: 'The Oregon Standoff'   Thu Jan 14, 2016 3:17 pm

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Google maps clearly shows that burns is indeed used for farming. And Bundy supports the farmers while the guy insinuates he's there to persue stripmining for gold and uranium. It appears he's twisting things around.

Yeah the video presenter gets carried away, but the info is valuable - should be applied to the situation and further researched.


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PostSubject: Re: 'The Oregon Standoff'   Sat Jan 16, 2016 8:13 am

WATCH: OREGON FIRE CHIEF CATCHES FBI AGENTS POSING AS MILITIA – QUITS HIS JOB IN PROTEST


This week, Harney County Fire Marshall Chris Briels resigned after discovering undercover FBI agents posing as militia members near the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge, which has been the site of a standoff for weeks now. According to Briels, he found FBI agents who were impersonating militia members lurking around the town’s armory. When he inquired about the undercover operation with county Judge Steve Grasty he was told to back off.

Just before this discovery was made, there were reports of people who looked like militia harassing locals, which is uncharacteristic of the protesters who initially assembled at the refuge. It turns out that these militia members suspected of harassing locals were actually undercover FBI agents.

During an impromtu press conference, Briels explained how he was so disrespected in his encounter with Grasty and was so disgusted with the situation in general, that he no longer wants to work for a government that he does not believe in. Briels added that he would still be helping people in the community with fire prevention and other issues that he has helped with in the past, but he will just no longer be doing it as a government employee. Briels went on to describe how he exposed undercover FBI agents who had come to town and were creating problems amongst the locals.

When announcing his resignation, Briels described his encounter with the judge.

“I’ve been told by Steve to distance myself from this committee of public safety. I’ve been told that we don’t know what we’re doing. I’ve been told that my life is in danger. I’ve been told all kinds of things. I will not be told what to do. I have my own mind, and I will use my own mind, not somebody else’s,” Briels said.

Many activists and militia members are now suspecting that the undercover agents were planning to act as agent provocateurs and create trouble in order to frame the protesters for things that they did not do. This theory is supported by the fact these undercover agents were reportedly bothering locals and acting in a threatening manner.
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PostSubject: Re: 'The Oregon Standoff'   Sat Jan 16, 2016 12:19 pm

Maybe we are actually heading into the age of enlightenment?  A small few for now.

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PostSubject: Re: 'The Oregon Standoff'   Sat Jan 16, 2016 6:54 pm

wag wrote:
Maybe we are actually heading into the age of enlightenment?  A small few for now.

I'd like to think so. The signs are there, light shining through the dark
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