Another Bundy AAR

May 6th, 2014

This one straight from the horse’s mouth:

Our peaceful community has been shaken. In many ways, we are still processing the magnitude of what took place. We ask ourselves so many questions; did the federal government really come into this valley and terrorize our community?

Did hundreds of armed forces, in Red Dawn fashion, lock down the hills and valleys of our peaceful home-threatening at gunpoint, anyone who stepped off the paved road, with forceful and lethal action?

Did we really see armed forces convoying through the streets of our town, diligently recording names and identities of anyone who glanced wrong or opposed them in any way?

Was there really heavy equipment in the form of dump trucks and backhoes, on our mountains, tearing up infrastructure that we have used for hundreds of years, and is vital to our survival? Were we truly in the cross-hairs of snipers, and under surveillance by the latest in technological weapons?

Did these forces actually point their rifles in the faces of our little children, while beating their unarmed fathers to the dirt and hauling them off in chains?

Did they really body-slam our friend, a 59 year old woman to the ground, and sic German Shepherds on our neighbors-even a pregnant woman?

Did they actually shock a man multiple times with a 50,000 volt Taser for honorably protecting his aunt, while she gathered herself out of the dust?

We reflect in sadness and awe that this could take place in our little town.

And in what used to be America.

During quiet reflection, we may ask ourselves if we did the right thing by resisting. Were we in the right when we acted to safeguard ourselves? When the only response to our multiple pleas for help was silence, when we were left alone to clean our cuts and wounds, did we have a divine right, duty, and obligation to protect our family and ourselves?

Be assured: you damned sure did, as do we all. And the sole bright spot from the whole thing, which is pretty bright indeed: you did not do so alone. May it ever be thus. And may it be the cornerstone of an ever-building new consensus for liberty, against rapacious tyranny.

Read all of it; she has many more questions to ask, all of them good ones. Her closing statement, too, is good:

It is time to understand right, stand for what’s right, and do whatever it takes to make it right. We must continue the vision of our Founding Fathers in preserving the freedoms of the American people and the sovereign rights of the States.

A nation can never abandon its fate to an authority it cannot control.

Yes indeedy. But I’d replace “can never” with “should never,” because it’s precisely what we have done, and we’re long overdue to set about correcting that grievous mistake.

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  1. May 6th, 2014 at 07:51 | #1
    I wonder how many people were radicalized by these events?as more and more over the top leo actions occur when do we reach a tipping point?im not smart enuff to answer these questions but I think in the next few yrs it will happen.once the fedgov started down this road they not only wont quit but they cant.in Dixieland ill take my stand where will you? your friend truckwilkins
  2. May 6th, 2014 at 23:11 | #2
    Amen.

    We must stand together or hang separately.

  3. May 14th, 2014 at 14:10 | #3
    Here's my (late) analysis: http://the-other-side-of-history.blogspot.com/2014/05/how-history-is-made.html
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