Saturday, July 22, 2017

Oregon Occupation

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The occupation of federal land in Oregon by protesters may be hard to follow if you rely on the reports of the mainstream media.

The protesters holed-up in the wildlife refuge are not spokesmen or attorneys and understandably have a hard time expressing to the public why they’re taking a stand and explaining the events that have led up to the occupation.

The video below speaks for itself (skip to 3:10 to see what this is all about):

If you made it to the end of the video, you’ll see the home catch fire and the burned faces and hides of cattle that did nothing more than get in the way of the federal government.

The government has provided no legitimate reasons for its actions and it appears the fires were set and spread only to instigate local ranchers and kill their livestock through fire or starvation.

Make sense now?

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Chris Briels just quit his job in disgust.

Briels was the Fire Marshall for Harney County, Oregon last week but resigned after being told to “back off” after he blew the whistle on the activity of the FBI.

As the standoff in Oregon escalates, the FBI reportedly sent in undercover agents to pose as “militia” members.

The agents were seen lurking around the local armory and then caught harassing locals – still posing as out-of-town militia.

The former fire marshall held an impromptu press conference to announce his resignation and report the events that occurred since reporting the activity of the FBI to local judge, Steve Grasty:

“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,”

It appears the FBI has used the tactic successfully as the mainstream media has reported that members of the standoff in Oregon have been harassing townspeople.

Here’s a video of Briels’ press conference:


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