Why Ranchers Support “Hero” Bundy

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3 Responses to Why Ranchers Support “Hero” Bundy

  1. NastyBrutus says:

    This whole situation is a strategic disaster for any resistance to real oppression. With so many abuses and usurpations to choose from, why this? This is an inauspicious beginning to say the least. Lexington & Concord it ain’t.

    No one ready to go to war over much more clear and convincing cases of tyranny and infringement of actual, clear-cut, rights; but too many ready to start a war over an obscure issue involving one man’s attenuated “right” to use the land. Land that he admittedly doesn’t own.

    But at least gaining popular support is totally un-important and irrelevant to an insurrection. So there’s that.

    Choices, choices. Stay and resist, creating a lose/lose situation for further future resistance by losing popular support. OR, stand down and go home, creating a lose/lose for the BLM and the Federal government and an opportunity for them to really fuck up.

    Napoleon is quoted as saying “Never interrupt your enemy when he’s making a mistake.” Boy! What a dummy. Let’s instead stop the enemy from making their mistake, and insert our own.

    • LadyRavenSDC says:

      I am of the opinion this was a false flag. Wasn’t really about the Bundy Ranch so much as to test the water. See just how cowed (woops!) Americans are or are not. At end of operation, adjust for next confrontation.

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