Nothing mysterious about OathKeepers in Ferguson

Cyrellys Geibhendach.  In the spirit of their Oaths a team of OathKeepers, consisting of former law enforcement persons and combat veterans, volunteered to assist a small group of business owners and residents of a strip mall in Ferguson MO desiring protection from rioters and arsonists during the recent riots.  The report from Joshua Cook of BenSwann.com, who spoke directly with the team leader and OathKeepers founder Stewart Rhodes described their experience over the several night stay.   The team manned the roofs of the businesses and kept equipment and fire prevention supplies at the ready in the event of arsonists attempting to set the buildings aflame as had been done to others north and south of their position.  However what readers need to become keenly aware of in this Manticore piece is how the report goes on to detail events more disturbing than the rioters they faced.

Aside ~ From the book ‘A Man Called Intrepid’ : “What is often forgotten is that the worst abuses of power within our democratic societies are exposed by our own people. The spirit of resistance is opposed to all forms of tyranny. We purge ourselves while we resist our enemies. This is the response of a concerned citizenry, knowing freedom is in danger, putting the responsibility for defending it squarely on individuals of honor and good intent. This is a sense of brotherhood that won’t fit into rules and regulations. and so long as this holds true, there will always be struggle, but there will be no final defeat.” – Sir William Stephenson

Sam, the team leader and Stewart Rhodes can be heard describing those disturbing events in an audio recording (link below) on the BenSwann.com site.  They involve federal and possibly state law enforcement officials acting out unlawful orders without the consent or partnership of local law enforcement officials.  Sam also outlines the absence of appropriate media attention upon the issues raised by the events.

Summary of Exclusive interview of OathKeepers Leaders in Ferguson by Joshua Cook

Audio of the Interview  (SoundCloud)

Another article on the events put out by St Louis Post – Dispatch was less thorough and less clear among other issues.  Manticore’s Quintas Dias had this to say on the article’s content:

Notice how this article remains consistent with the central theme of the deep state.
*You have no rights in protecting yourself
*Only government can do that
*We have a monopoly on force
*If you intrude into our bailiwick we will arrest you or kill you
*Acting without our permission to exercise citizenship is terrorism
*The media while praising in some aspects good citizenship, also in the long run, condemns and damns those efforts as anti-state sentiments.

This is an excellent example of the subtle manipulation of public perception by a complicit media.   The observing citizenry should in this writer’s opinion be highly concerned to see trusted authority figures acquiescing to unlawful orders in tandem with at least one media outlet which backs it up with obvious bias and perceptional manipulation.

 

Health Care Workers Behaving Badly?

Kaci Hickox: Judge rejects Maine’s bid to quarantine nurse. Is simple prudence the better part of valor? Source: http://www.washingtontimes.com

QUINTAS DIAS.  I suspect that this article (attached “Ebola Aid Workers Can’t Be Trusted” link below), which appeared on cue following certain statements by Obama and political pundits in very liberal Seattle is part of the psyops regime associated with Ebola.  Psyops tend to covertly manipulate people to believe in certain issues with a political outcome, and to condition people to loose confidence in themselves, an icon, or certain valued belief systems, like all nurses are angels and doctors fearless champions of humanity.  Thus, anxiety and fear set in making it much easier to manipulate people to a preconceived behavioral outcome.


more about Psyops – for Greenhorns:  http://www.wanttoknow.info/060123psyops.shtml

Here it begins, with The Seattle Times wading in that HCWs cannot be trusted because of Nurse Wilcox and her well-connected boyfriend and Dr. Spencer, the recent victim of Ebola.

So, then what is the objective here?  Could it be the imposition of draconian medical martial law by implying that medical practitioners are a social risk to us all?  It appears to be.

 

Break totally the most likely source of resistance is a prime rule in counter insurgency and political warfare.  Nurses and health care practitioners are for humanity and not necessarily for politicians.  Politicians know this.  Consequently, selecting them for demonization will tend to isolate them from the mainstream, causing them to loose credibility and legitimacy with the masses.  Once that happens, it is easy to turn the masses against them, and the job is done.

The insidious and unobtrusive thread in this narrative is that by implication, if health care professionals with their near God like-aura and elevated standing are social risks to order maintenance then by association so are the masses.  Society, thus must be rigidly contained.  Only government and government officials can be trusted.  Martial law must necessarily be maintained at all costs, and those chosen to be targeted as enemies of the masses must be sacrificed and eliminated for the good of all.

This thread is all too familiar to me.  It is the same approach used by the Nazis in Germany to demonize the Jews as “infectious agents” and to isolate them from the people.  Once that is accomplished, the demonization process begins in earnest and the loss of all freedoms is a certainty.  Moreover, the last step in the process is to legitimize the death of all infectious agents as a national security construct.  In Nazi worldviews, killing the Jews and all resistors to the regime were prophylactic measures to cleanse Germany of all undesirables.  Think about it…

 

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Ebola aid workers can’t be trusted

Whatever tattered remnants that were left of American health care workers’ benevolent image is now gone. They can thank Kaci Hickox for that. The Maine nurse, who …
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