Tuesday, April 19, 2011

Not Known, But Knowable

May 31st, 1997

Timothy McVeigh has been betrayed. He has been betrayed by his own attorney. He has been betrayed by the former associates who were involved in the Oklahoma City bombing with him. He has been betrayed by the Federal government of the United States who set up the whole incident as a "sting" operation in order to rehabilitate the discredited BATF and to get the draconian Clinton "anti-terrorist" legislation passed and thus introduce gun confiscation and prior-restraint censorship of political speech into the United States.

People have asked me what I think of Order Judge Richard Matsch's refusal to allow BATF informant Carol Howe to testify. That gets into the whole Dennis Mahon-Andreas Strassmeir thing. I admit I am having to somewhat re-assess my views on the matter. The sudden convenient "indictment" of Carol Howe is very suspicious indeed; according to media reports there doesn't seem to be a shred of actual evidence against either her or her current live-in toy boy. It is difficult to believe that she was not indicted to get a "handle" on her and destroy her credibility as a witness.

The idea that Dennis Mahon was involved in anything like this is simply stupid to anyone who knows him, as I do. I have had an opportunity to speak with two people who knew Andreas Strassmeir well, and one assures me that "Andy" was "kind of like a German Gilligan", i.e. a bumbling nonentity who never tried to get any information or start any trouble and for some odd reason seemed interested only in military models and dating American women. The other swears to me that Strassmeir "acted too stupid to be stupid", but this may be 20/20 hindsight combined with right-wing paranoia. This source also claims that Strassmeir was constantly talking about guns, bombs, and violence, the mark of the provocateur.

I find it somewhat understandable that the government would target the harmless Elohim City commune for this kind of "sting"; ever since Waco the regime and their Hollywood lap dogs have been striving mightily to "prove" that any group of people who choose to separate themselves from the rat race and the boob toob and go off and live their own way by themselves are violent maniacs who must be put in prison by the valiant BATF. But on the balance, I still think the Strassmeir-Mahon scenario is a crock, not only because there is a complete lack of anything resembling evidence with the exception of a BATF informer slut, but because of the people who have been pushing the Strassmeir- Mahon scenario for all its worth.

Specifically I am very mistrustful of a so-called "militia e-magazine" called "John Doe Times" which suddenly appeared on the Internet and which is devoted entirely to trying to blame OKC on "neo-Nazis"; this is put out by a so-called militia group which seems to have no existence of any kind outside the Internet, and is written by what appears to me to be an intelligent and articulate person who is trying to write and act like a semi-literate redneck.

I am also deeply suspicious of anything which comes from the mysterious and highly dubious "free lance journalist" going under the name of "J. D. Cash". According to media reports this man was apparently involved with defense lawyers in an attempt to frame Louis Beam for the bombing. It was "Cash" who came up with Carol Howe and started this whole Strassmeir business, which attempts to rope in not only Mahon and Beam and Elohim City but crusading attorney Kirk Lyons who just happened (surprise, surprise!) to be handling the Waco wrongful death suits. As far as I am concerned, "Cash" blew his cover by trying to kill too many birds with the OKC stone.

Beyond this I have a problem. As most of you know, I believe I know at least part of the secret of Oklahoma City. I am, however, under a court injunction which effectively orders me not to publish anything about Oklahoma City which does not conform to the officially sanctioned parameters of speculation on the subject.

It is becoming increasingly obvious whose interests are being served in this matter, and I am happy to say that the penny finally seems to be dropping within the Movement that these people are not who and what they say they are, and have not been for some time. However, that does not help me in the short run as regards publishing the truth about Oklahoma City.

For the time being I have decided not to touch this particular tar baby. If I thought my knowledge my affect the outcome of events it would be a different story, but by now it's pretty clear that we are looking at a JFK Assassination-level coverup here and anything I say would simply be ignored, as it has been, indeed, by the media and by McVeigh's defense team.

This problem will not last forever, and there are ways and means by which the truth can and will be made known. Until then, my views on the matter may be summed up as follows: the truth about Oklahoma City is not known--- but it is knowable.

Harold A. Covington

"This destiny does not tire, nor can it be broken, and its mantle of strength descends upon those in its service." - Francis Parker Yockey, IMPERIUM



Anonymous Anonymous said...

You said, 'penny seems to be dropping on movement people who are not what they seem', care to provide some details, or a hot-link to the story?


11:48 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The official story of the OKC bombing is foul indeed. I always had, and still have, questions about how McVeigh was able to build such a device and carry out the devastating attack with precision.

He had no experience as a demolitions expert in the military or elsewhere. Yet he built a sophisticated bomb that worked to perfection on the first try.

Supposedly he built the device by himself with perhaps one assistant by a lake in the open air.

The government boys would have us believe that McVeigh was at the lake with any number of barrels stacked up around and in the truck being loaded with fertilizer and kerosene. Nobody saw him or was a least bit suspicious? No way. This bomb was built by experts hidden away in a warehouse somewhere.

According to people who know explosives, this type of bomb is very unstable. Yet McVeigh allegedly drove this dangerous and delicate thing any number of miles through traffic and along bumpy streets without it going off.

Telling for me is the fact that here we have this demolitions genius, McVeigh, who built and transported a sophisticated device with an equally sophisticated timer, yet he didn't have enough sense to secure the licenses plate on his getaway car. Nor did he insure he was legally carrying the pistol he had on him at the time of arrest.

When I first saw on TV the almost collapsed building I though for sure it was a fuel-air bomb. I am still not convinced that the bomb that McVeigh was accused of building and exploding could cause such damage.

Then there was the matter of John Doe who was diligently searched for during the days after the explosion. Suddenly the search for him was abandoned. Makes me suspect that John Doe was found, and it was discovered that he was an ATF agent. Presto. Stop the search.

But why did McVeigh acknowledge the deed? To protect his family members.

1:30 PM  

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