Subject: Re: 'The Oregon Standoff' Thu Jan 21, 2016 7:19 am
Goethe once said "Where there is water, there are not always frogs, but where there are frogs, there is always water."
Jews and their slime:
New Campaign Turns Malheur Occupation Into an Occupy-a-Thon for Burns Paiute Tribe, Gun Control [and Southern Poverty 'Law' Center]
[A] new campaign will attempt to use social puppeteering to get the armed seditionists to leave Malheur National Wildlife Refuge.
The campaign, a personal project organized by "special assistant" to Mayor Charlie Hales Zach Klonoski and his older brother Jake Klonoski, has turned the occupation of the Harney County refuge into an "occupy-a-thon," meaning people pledge to donate a certain amount per day of the occupation to four organizations: Friends of Malheur NWR, Burns Paiute tribe, Americans for Responsible Action, and the Southern Poverty Law Center.
Jake and Zach Klonoski are sons of Chief U.S. District Judge Ann Aiken, who happens to be the judge who resentenced the Hammonds to prison back in October.
The brothers are calling their protest of the protest "Getting the Occupiers of Historic Oregon Malheur Evicted (G.O.H.O.M.E.)." According to a press release, this style of protest of a protest actually comes from Germany:
The G.O.H.O.M.E. campaign found inspiration in the story of Wunsiedel, a small town in southeast Germany. Despite the desires of locals, for decades neo-Nazis marched through the town in celebration of the Third Reich. But in 2014, local residents and businesses organized a fundraising campaign entitled “Rights Against Rights” and, unknown to the extreme right attendees, turned the march into a walk-a-thon against extremism. For each meter marchers traveled, 10 euros went to an extremism recovery group. With banners and asphalt markings announcing the fundraiser to confused marchers, the neo-Nazis pressed on and raised 10,000 euros against themselves.
Zach Klonoski says his brother came up with the idea of applying this to the Harney County occupation after reading a Washington Post story about the Wunsiedel protest.
"Every meter they marched, they were funding their own demise," said Zach Klonoski by telephone. "Every day the occupiers stay, they are funding organizations that are completely contrary to the occupiers' beliefs."
The brothers picked the organizations carefully to be as obnoxious as possible to the Bundy clan: Friends of Malheur NWR supports the refuge, the Burns Paiute tribe has the most reasonable claim of any group of humans to the land in Harney County, Americans for Responsible Action supports gun control ("we thought they would really hate that quite a bit," says the younger Klonoski), and the Southern Poverty Law Center monitors extremist groups.
The brothers, native Oregonians from Eugene, started the campaign because they see the occupation by out-of-staters as anti-Oregon and wanted to give actual Oregonians a chance to do something about it.
Zach Klonoski quotes Oregon Democratic Congressman Peter DeFazio: "'In my state of Oregon, we abide by the laws. Yeah, we disagree over a lot of federal policies, but we abide by the laws.'"
The Klonoski brothers hope that by raising money for these groups, they can help bring about a peaceful end to the standoff in Harney County. "Every Oregonian who jumps on board is standing for rational, reasonable debate rather than domestic terrorism by this militant group," says Zach Klonoski.
So far, the brothers have attracted more than 550 pledgers and have raised over $23,000.
"At the very minimum, it's going to go up by $1,300" a day, says Zach Klonoski.
After the initial stop, they take off in the truck again [shortly after the 8 min mark], then reach the roadblock [shortly after the 9 min mark] -- driver (presumably Finucum) runs out of the truck waving his hands (hands go down briefly - could have been response to getting hit by an initial shot, surely didn't 'charge' the cops), goes down moments later. Shooter coming out of the trees would have shot in the direction of his own guys. Video release is weird.
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Subject: Re: 'The Oregon Standoff' Fri Jan 29, 2016 12:58 pm
Perhaps the Chopper pilot was a local and not happy about this fbi Assasination squad. Or it is published as a warning to others. Resist the governement and get shot like a dog.
Lavoy comes out hands up and he gets fired upon ( by cop coming up between the trucks , footage appears to show weapon recoil ) after which he may have tried to reach for his handgun and gets shot again.
After lavoy is taken down quite a few shots get fired upon the truck for no reason. bullet hole in front window suggests sniper fire , as there were no cops in front. showing that they were also trying to kill everyone inside the car. Only after more cars arrive this assassination attempt stops and they start following normal procedures.
There was absolutely no reason for this level of FBI Operation , With battle ready agents in full combat gear, Roadblocks and snipers in trees for some honest hardworking farmers going to some town meeting.
And Mark McConnell is obviously a coIntelpro disinformation prick.
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