Okay, as you will be aware
from Radio Free Northwest and from the news, things are heating up a little bit.
In the last two months, a Colorado prison
system commandant and two Texas
prosecutors have bitten the dust.
The Official Story is that
this was done by Wicked And Evil White Supremacists, of course. (We also poison
the wells, fly through the air on broomsticks, and sour milk with our magical spells
muttered under our breath.) Not Mexican drug cartels. Oh no no no no no that
cannot and must not be...
They shot down some White kid,
a former convict whom they say was a "White supremacist" (whatever
the hell that is). They claim he killed the Colorado prison commandant, which
he may or may not have done—this one has disappeared into this country’s vast “we’ll
probably never know what really happened or why” category. Anyway, it’s now off
the radar. Case closed, nothing to do with Mexican organized crime, nothing to
do with corruption in the forced labor empire, move along, nothing to see here.
But they seem to be genuinely
floundering as to who clipped the Texas prosecutors, and for the time being at
least the power structure’s credible monopoly of force is being successfully
challenged, to the point where one of the suits has already fled in terror. There
is a good chance that the muscle men in the black body armor are going to start
kicking in doors around the country again, like they did in the Lefkow case. (In
that case, you will recall, it turned out that neither Matt Hale nor any other “White
supremacist” had anything to do with it.)
If nothing else, they now
have an official “case” with a nice shiny case number, which they can use as an
excuse to “investigate leads,” i.e. go tooling around the countryside in their
silk suits and black SUVs or late-model rental cars, knocking on doors with
their “just a few questions” shtick so they can try to develop informers. They
did this in the J.T. Ready case last May, although they backed off when evidence
emerged that Ready was an FBI informant and they decided the less said about
that one, the better.
Be ready. Make sure you have
nothing in your home that shouldn’t be there. Make sure your tail lights are
all in working order and your license plates up to date and you wear your seat
belts so they have no excuse for a traffic stop. If and when you are
approached, give them give Five Words—“I have nothing to say”—and nothing more.