Bundy Ranch — The TEST is over

Tough-talking Harry Reid vows Bundy ranch showdown ‘not over’ for feds

Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid weighed in on the Nevada ranch standoff, warning that even though federal agents retreated over the weekend, “it’s not over.”

Mr. Reid’s remarks Monday appeared to be his first public comments since Bureau of Land Management agents touched off a confrontation with demonstrators last week by seizing cattle from the Bundy family ranch in a dispute over grazing fees. The agency, which says Cliven Bundy owes more than $1 million in unpaid fees, backed off Saturday and returned the cattle.

In impromptu remarks Monday after a speech at the University of Nevada, Reno, however, Mr. Reid struck a defiant tone on the matter of lawbreaking.

“We can’t have an American people that violate the law and just walk away from it,” Mr. Reid told Reno TV station KRNV. “So it’s not over.” SOURCE

There is NO nice way to say this, so, here it is; Harry Reid is an ASS, a hypocrite, a stain on the face of America and he is readying a heavily armed response to the standoff at the Bundy Ranch.

There IS a heavily armed response being orchestrated by one of the most anti-gun Senators imaginable and the mainstream media, the American Media, is not even bothering to make a cursory *pass* at a story.

You doubt that the heavily armed response is being set into place? Well take a look at this YouTube video shot on site at the Bundy Ranch on 4-14-14.


As soon as the BLM Rangers pulled back the blog world erupted in celebratory cheering as many that were covering this story declared VICTORY over the Feds.

People; pay attention, what withdrew was a handful of BLM Rangers, federal law officers to be sure, but they are NOT attack troops, they are just your basic federal officers.

What you see in the above video is the hard-core riot police, SWAT Teams, *reactionary* officers with full blown ATTACK capabilities arriving, and as some are so fond of saying; this shit is about to get REAL!

Many of them (protesters) remained Monday at the property, despite pleas from federal and state officials to disband and return home.

“I feel sorry for any federal agents that want to come in here and try to push us around or anything like that,” Jarad Miller said in an interview with KRNV-TV. “I really don’t want violence toward them, but if they’re going to come bring violence to us, if that’s the language they want to speak, we’ll learn it.”

That’s some tough talk from Jarad Miller, much bravado, highly inspirational words that are spoken to a bunch of *militia* members armed with pistols, shotguns and rifles.

In case Jarad Miller hasn’t noticed; the Feds are bringing in HEAVY weapons; armored personnel carriers, mobile command centers and the like, and you can bet your bottom dollar that there ARE armed drones in the air right now, as well as attack helicopters standing off just out of sight that can rain the fires of HELL down on these militia men and women.

The forethought and preparation that has gone into this Bundy Ranch protest is seriously lacking; there is NO WAY a band of militia, a *rabble* basically, can take on the United States and Federal law enforcement that is backed by the U.S. military and win.

Sure, they might fight well and die bravely, but die is exactly what they will do.

Have you ever seen the videos of the Army helicopters taking out the Taliban when they were in the process of setting up IEDs and so forth? It’s not a pretty sight I assure you, and that is exactly what will happen IF these militia members try to go head to head with the power that Obama and Company can muster.

AH-64

But all is not lost. The Americans supplied the Taliban with weapons to take down the Russian attack helicopters and jet fighter/bombers when the Russians occupied Afghanistan, and the Russians were defeated by a group of militia, a *rabble* that had the will to fight and had the courage to take on the Russian military mano y mano, but until the AIR threat was neutralized the Taliban were being killed in great numbers.

There are American Patriots around today that KNOW how to take down U.S. air power and how to defeat the U.S. military, but I sure as hell don’t see anything that resembles them in the videos from Bundy Ranch. This is going to be a sad start for the 2nd American Revolution.

So, bottom line; I would suggest that unless there are some Stinger missiles involved that this protest is simply an exercise in futility.

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31 Responses to Bundy Ranch — The TEST is over

  1. “Perfectly executed political analysis” Fred.

  2. BobF says:

    Excellent analysis Fred. It’s impossible to defeat that kind of firepower and virtually unlimited resources in a small of a geographical area. In most of our wars where airpower was used, our bases of operation were well away from the theater of operations. In Vietnam when the VC were able to attack fighter bases with small arms and motor fire, it wreaked havoc and required large numbers of Army personnel to protect the bases; bombers were bases hundreds of miles away.

    Here’s what they can do with an infrared spotlight.

    http://youtu.be/GmTIE2kDft4

    • TexasFred says:

      Thank you Bob… Some folks just don’t understand; if the military doesn’t side with We, The People, we’re going to be We, those dumbass dead guys… :(

  3. Ron Loken says:

    It’s a sad state of affairs when an American rancher, involved in a small dispute over grazing fees, is dealt with by our government with this heavy a hand, but the daily incursions over our border that are suffered by our country, by illegal liens, is basically shrugged of with a “well, what can we do about it?” We have to be the biggest laughing stock on the face of the planet right now to the rest of the world.
    Indeed, this is preposterous, absolute tyrannical action from an America hating President.. Mr. Bundy is being purposefully demonized, the situation has been changed by our government from what it originally was to make a wrong point,
    and underlining the Obama administration’s need to show cause to disarm the populace.
    I applaud your clarity on these matters, Fred, but I fear this will not end well and the purpose will be further modeled into something it never was.

  4. Alan Caruba says:

    Good one, Fred. Could this be the case that the Obama regime has chosen to send a message to ALL Americans? “The government is in charge and you are our servants, not the other way around.” None of its firepower is needed to resolve this minor case of grazing. There’s much more to the government’s actions at this time.

  5. DrummerXD says:

    As usual, the government has chosen to make its fight well away from the decision makers. Anyone, on either side, that may die in this conflict will not have solved nor proved anything. Until you make the decision makers “uncomfortable”, you can not incite change.
    The scariest thing that I see here is that there are so many Americans that have taken an oath to protect and defend Americans so ready to obey their masters.

  6. Steve Hollar says:

    Judge Napolitano got this exactly right. The courts have decided that Mr. Bundy does in fact owe these back grazing fees. What the Feds should have done is simply put a lien on his property. End of problem. Eventually, when he dies or sells, the money gets paid. He went on to say the State of Nevada should have charged the Federal Officials with theft of the cattle and had them arrested. They had no legal right to just start confiscating personal property.

    This is what needs to be spread far and wide so if the Feds do escalate this into bloodshed, the people will know it did not have to come to this. If they do attack, it is pure government tyranny and repression.

    • TexasFred says:

      Best solution I have heard so far.. Thank you!

    • Now that makes a lot more sense than anything that I have heard to date.

    • abigail says:

      If they had put a lien from the beginning it would have been reasonable. But now? What would happen if the Feds did put a lien on Bundy’s ranch, could they then try to seize the ranch to cover said debt?
      I had read that he tried paying the fees to the local government but they didn’t cash his checks. Didn’t say they returned them though.

  7. Doctor Detroit says:

    Anybody wonder why the Feds (Obama, Inc) have taken all the attack choppers from the states National Guard?

    There you go.

    • TexasFred says:

      Exactly… I have long contended that at least 75% of the military would refuse the orders to shoot Americans, I hope I am right, but as of now, I have serious doubts…

  8. minuteman26 says:

    Fred if your analysis is correct and the fed is willing to use the US military against US citizens then it is now time for civil war. My wish would be that all in the military that received orders to fire on US citizens would refuse to obey and turn on the people who gave the orders. Goes for all the other federal agencies also. Would like to see the Gov of Nevada mobilize the Natl Guard if this is the case use them against the feds if needed.

  9. abigail says:

    While this is going on in Nevada. THIS is going on in Texas:
    The Red River is the boundary between Texas and Oklahoma…or is it?
    Byers, Texas along the Red River —
    The BLM stole 140 acres of the Tommy Henderson ranch thirty years ago. They took his land and paid him absolutely nothing. He sued and lost. Now the BLM is using that court case as precedent to do it again. The problem is, the land they want to seize is property that ranchers have a deed for and have paid taxes on for over a hundred years.
    The BLM claims that about 90,000 acres (116 miles along the Red River) have never belonged to Texas in the first place. They will seize the land and it will seriously change the boundaries between the two states…Since 1803 when the Louisiana Purchase was completed, there has been a controversy over the boundary between Oklahoma and Texas. The boundary is supposed to be the vegetation line on the south side of the Red River. But the River has moved over time. The problem is the definition of that boundary line- Oklahoma and Texas each use different semantics to define it. And the BLM is finding ways to use the disputed words to give them the ability to seize the land
    They are looking to re-draw the entire portion of the Red River boundary. That includes 90,000 acres of land along a 116 mile stretch of the river.
    http://www.americasfreedomfighters.com/2014/04/11/red-river-rumble-blm-wants-to-seize-90000-acres-of-texas-ranchers-land/

    Came across the horrifying story of Kit and Sherry Laney and their Diamond Bar ranch in New Mexico. http://reclaimourrepublic.wordpress.com/2013/01/31/video-agenda-21-nightmare-on-the-diamond-bar-ranch/ Reading the story of what they went through sounds like a precursor for what’s going on with Bundy, only difference is what happened to them was before internet and alternative media. It is hard to believe such goings on really are possible in my country.

    Looking at only one story, eg., Cliven Bundy, whilst important, I believe is just the tip of the iceberg and should be viewed in the context of what has gone on before. I think what is happening now is the culmination of a long ongoing process which has its roots, simply put, in the slogan “Cattle free by ’93”. Cliven Bundy is not the only rancher whose woes began almost 20 years ago. If someone had the time and resources I wonder how many of these stories would be found. What makes it different today is the ability of alternative media to inform people, the feeling of an out of control, ever increasing government and the increasingly antagonistic stance towards its citizens by that same government.
    ‘Cattle Free by 93″ That was the goal then and it continues today.
    I hope cool heads prevail at the Bundy Ranch. At least until after the elections.

  10. Bunkerville says:

    Our border agents are told to turn and run if aliens throw rocks. For Americans? Kill them if need be. They did it before in Waco and ruby ridge, and they will do it again.

  11. NativeSon says:

    “We can’t have an American people that violate the law and just walk away from it,” Mr. Reid told Reno TV station KRNV. “So it’s not over.” Why not??? Congress critters do it DAILY if not HOURLY!!!

  12. NativeSon says:

    Not to mention the AG of the US, his “boss” and hundreds or thousands of other “non-caucasoid” “Americans…

  13. Wayne says:

    Another great post Fred. I have always said that BO will be the last pres. of the United States. It’s just a feeling I got when the election results were broadcast. Too many phony stories about where he was born, educated and introduced as a wonder boy from Chitown. All the so called conspiracy theories are beginning to make sense. Agenda 21 is not a scary story anymore, and the Trilateral Commission is seeing to it that we move toward a one world government. I fear it’s going to move at a terrific pace, too fast for us to respond to as a militia or whatever group you care to label as resistance to federal tyranny. It started with Carter and it will end with BO. I hope I’m wrong.

    • TexasFred says:

      I know as well as can be known; we can’t take on the military and win, they have too many great toys that we don’t have… That said, I won’t live to see the end of the fight, I WILL stand against these tyrants, but I know where the great toys are kept… 😈

  14. If the feds keep arbitrarily “picking and choosing” which laws they wish to enforce, the electorate is left with no other option but the same thing: picking and choosing which laws THEY wish to obey. Or not.

    BZ

    • TexasFred says:

      Yeah, we *should* do it that way, but you know, as well as anyone, that’s not how it goes down in the Law Enforcement community… :(

  15. You know, Fred, I’m starting to have to re-evaluate how effective my work in Oathkeepers really is. I’m beginning to believe that LE and our military is too rife with simple Obeyers. People who just want to keep their jobs and turn a blind eye.

    I’m starting to worry about this.

    BZ

  16. Good show by the bad boys that just ain’t gonna take it anymore… But defeat would be the inevitable out come.

    This is where classical unconventional warfare would come into play. But that takes a whole lot of know how. Not just guts and glory. Note to the militia folks; Go home, and listen to your friends that have been there and done rude things.

    SpecOps and asymmetrical warfare has, and does work. Now, just how many people really can be a SEAL, SpecOps Marine, AF/ PJ or HTG Special Forces..?

  17. Question: What’s transpiring at the Bundy Ranch right now?

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