Bundy Ranch, Patriot Liberty “If we Lose, there is no place to Escape to”
Image above, Prophecy or Prejudice; is from our Watchman Newsletter2 found here
Bundy Ranch, Patriotism, Liberty, Militia, and the United States citizens; no doubt the words by Ronald Reagan is the most important of any words every uttered since John Adams, Samuel Adams, Thomas Jefferson, or George Washington. But Washington knew very well how the new nation got victory and freedom from King George. Political rhetoric did not free America. Ignoring the oppression did not work. Finally at Concord, Bunker Hill, and after a series of harsh events in the fight for freedom did Washington have one of his greatest turning point victories of the war. In all this, he knew one thing stood out for freedom. He said it well!
“Firearms are second only to the Constitution in importance. They are the teeth of the people’s liberty”…George Washington
Bundy Ranch, Patriot Liberty: Crossing the Delaware
Crossing the Delaware was a monumental task given the harsh winter conditions. The men, a large portion had no shoes, but wrapped rags around their feet. They had been pushed around by troops, and the fight was not going well. However in one of the darkest chapters of the war, when feelings in the colonies and among those political forces who had convened to separate from England were also very low, victory came.
Western Survivalist of Cowboys and Criminals takes a bit of reflection as the event of what happened at Cliven Bundy’s resounded around the Patriot community and in the liberal media. I have been following the events of Bundy2 since the start the heat of the BLM wrapped up to mega levels. The twenty year long dispute over an BLM controlled area.
The fight involves a 600,000-acre area under BLM control called Gold Butte, near the Utah border. The vast and rugged land is the habitat of the protected desert tortoise, and the land has been off-limits for cattle since 1998. Five years before that, when grazing was legal, Bundy stopped paying federal fees for the right3.
Although he stopped paying fees, the rancher paid fee’s locally, but they were never accepted. Clive Bundy would pay fees to Clark County, but not to the BLM because the State owned the land. Nevertheless the whole incident spread like wildfire and hit a momentous note with people all over America. If you were liberal, the incident was more than likely viewed as lawlessness. For example, the Southern Poverty Law Center ended up declaring Clive Bundy as a terrorist. But for many others, patriots, liberty lovers, conservatives, Christians, cowboys, ranchers, farmers, and many in law enforcement as well all looked at the BLM intrusion as a violation of rights. Clive Bundy owned the rights to the land, both surface and mineral rights; all including water rights as well. His Family had moved onto the land in the 1880’s and at that time claimed the rights that today are still observed by Nevada, but ignored by the BLM. That is, up till now.
Historic! Feds Forced to Surrender to American Citizens Infowars.com April 13, 2014 In an epic standoff that Infowars reporter David Knight described as being like “something out of a movie,” supporters of Nevada cattle rancher Cliven Bundy advanced on a position held by BLM agents despite threats that they would be shot at, eventually forcing BLM feds to release 100 cattle that had been stolen from Bundy as part of a land grab dispute that threatened to escalate into a Waco-style confrontation.
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