Monday, March 2, 2015

Feds raid Republic of Texas political meeting

Via Bill

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Because they have nothing better to do...........

In a deliberate “show of force,” federal and local police forces raided a political meeting in Texas, fingerprinting and photographing all attendees as well as confiscating all cell phones and personal recording devices.

Members of the Republic of Texas, a secession movement dedicated to restoring Texas as an independent constitutional republic, had gathered Feb. 14 in a Bryan, Texas, meeting hall along with public onlookers. They were debating issues of currency, international relations and celebrating the birthday of one of their oldest members. The group, which describes itself as “congenial and unimposing,” maintains a small working government, including official currency, congress and courts.

According to MySanAntonio.com: “Minutes into the meeting a man among the onlookers stood and moved to open the hall door, letting in an armed and armored force of the Bryan Police Department, the Brazos County Sheriff’s Office, the Kerr County Sheriff’s Office, agents of the Texas district attorney, the Texas Rangers and the FBI.

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20 comments:

  1. We can only assemble if the tyrants approve of the program and discussion. The First Amendment is a thing of the past, an anachronism. Next time they will come with tanks.

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    1. Although Bill Clinton, Janet Reno, and the BATF were responsible for burning those innocent children in Waco, Texas Governor Ann Richards had blood on her hands, as well. She invited the Feds in when there was no Federal crime. All the law enforcement agencies stood by while the children roasted, but the BATF started the fire.

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    2. Texas Governor Ann Richards had blood on her hands, as well.

      Absolutely.

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  2. "fingerprinting and photographing all attendees"
    sounds like there'll be a boatload of federal lawsuits for wrongful detention and detainment...

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    1. Hopefully PATRIOT and NDAA won't get in the way of justice.

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  3. I was astonished and thought what I would have done in the same circumstances. Just mind boggling.

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  4. 2 things to consider.

    1. If you are having any type of meeting....have security in and outside the meeting and have plans to get out of the building.

    2. Have hidden video/audio in several spots streaming to remote web and device locations.

    This way it give something for the piggies to think about and evidence to protect your group.

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  5. But La Raza gets a pass. They are only openly preaching open warfare against their host.

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  6. I Guess we get to find out how much the "no more free Waco's" is gonna cost. Because the federals are ramping up the same way they did between 88 and 93. I don't think this will take that long to morph into a full on Sh** Storm. "Black sights" Rule by decree, political prisoners, and death squads, sooner than later the federals and /or cops are going to walk into a wall of lead with no one allowing them to retreat when their ammo runs out. Then we,all of us get to bite the big brown SH*T Burger. Obama thinks he can be Poppa Dock and "president for life" if he just provokes "whitey" enough. I wonder if there is anyone left in DC that has any clue how bad this can AND WILL get?--Ray

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    1. I wonder if there is anyone left in DC that has any clue how bad this can AND WILL get?

      Tyrants always think it will be different this time.

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  7. Correct me if I'm wrong but I believe Texas joined the union under a treaty which specifically grants them the right to secede. I wish I owned just one little bitty bit of
    land in Texas, even if it had no road to it or water on it. Just so I'd have a deed and the right to go there when the SHTF. CH

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    1. Both the State of New York and the State of Virginia in their resolutions adopting the US Constitution clearly stipulated that they had the right to withdraw from the Union whenever they wanted. I'll have to check on Texas, also Henry Cabot Lodge stated: " When the Constitution was adopted by the votes of States at Philadelphia and accepted by the votes of States in popular convention, it is safe to say that there was not a man in the country, from Washington and Hamilton on one side to George Clinton and George Mason on the other, who regarded the new system as anything but an experiment entered upon by the States, and from which each and every State had the right peaceably to withdraw, a right which was very likely to be exercised." There's a ton of other stuff on NamSouth also.

      http://www.namsouth.com/viewtopic.php?t=217&highlight=lodge+secession

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  8. There are more Mexicans in Texas than there are Texans. Unbelievable.

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    1. There were about 40% in 2010, so I imagine that would be possible, but I'm sure many are citizens.

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    2. Per Amren. I am sure there are many Mexican US citizens in Texas but
      as of this day, Texas is still finding voter fraud from the 2012 presidential
      elections, i.e. Mexicans not qualified to vote.
      5. Texas

      Generational diversity gap: 32.95%
      Share of people of color 19 and under: 67%
      Share of people of color 65 and older: 34%

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    3. I certainly can see it becoming a blue state unless the Mexicans wake up to their basically conservative roots.

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