GO TIME: 5,000 ARMED MILITIA MEMBERS Arriving In Nevada To DEFEND RANCHER
(Kimberly Paxton) SHTFplan.com Editorâs Note:Â It is apparent that the Federal government was under the impression that they could simply move into the ranch land surrounding Bunkerville, NV and have their way with the property and livelihood of the Bundy family.
What they didnât count on was the outcry from Americans across the country. And now things may be headed to the next level. As Kim Paxton ofÂ The Daily SheepleÂ notes, citizen militias in several states have been called up. Many members of those organizations are taking up arms and are making their way to Nevada.
And itâs not just the citizen militias that are preparing to take action. The governor of Nevada has officially condemned the federal governmentâs actions, though he has yet to take any steps afforded to him under State law.Â Sheriff Richard Mack of Gilbert, ArizonaÂ has weighed inÂ and calls the actions âterrorism.â
At last count there were some 200 federal agents from various agencies on the ground in Nevada and it appears that hundreds, perhaps thousands, of armed militia members will soon arrive to confront them.
The Federal government will no doubt step up their efforts, as they are facing the possibility of a widespread rebellion resulting from their actions against a private citizen whose only âcrimeâ was to graze his cattle on the land his family has used for this purpose for over a century. It would not be at all surprising to see the President of the United States call up National Guard troops and more militarized law enforcement officials for fear of having this spiral out of control. A declaration of martial law to go along with already establishedÂ First Amendment AreasÂ is not out of the question.
We may well be on the cusp of aÂ serious stand-offÂ involving thousands of people. Keep in mind that most of them will be armed.
Given the circumstances, things could turn very bloody very quickly.
Militias Are On Route: Is the 2nd American Revolution Starting in Bunkerville, Nevada?
By Kim Paxton viaÂ The Daily Sheeple
An area just outside ofÂ the little town of Bunkerville, Nevada, with a population of around a thousand people, may go down in history. Â This little spot in the desert may be compared with Lexington, Massachusetts, the site of the âshot heard round the worldâ â the first shot fired in the American Revolution. Â Because it looks like the second American Revolution may start thereâŠand soon.
Yesterday, The Daily Sheeple reported that tensions were running high outside of Bunkerville. It seems that the US government, in all of their infinite wisdom, has declared war on a cattle rancher named Cliven Bundy.
In a stand-off that has been likened to Ruby Ridge and Waco, the federal government has now deployed armed agents in a case of what theÂ U.S. Department of the Interiorâs Bureau of Land Management (BLM) has deemed âtrespass cattle,â escalating a 20-year battle over grazing rights and what actually constitutes âpublic landâ use in Southern Nevada.
Cliven Bundy, a 67-year-old rancher says his family has worked the 600,000-acre Gold Butte area since the late 1800s and that they were there well before the governmentâs Land Management Bureau ever came along. (source)
Armed federal officers have arrived to steal Bundyâs cattle and close down the land he is using. Â Whatâs more, they have declared a zone around the area to be free of the restrictions of the Constitution, specifically, theÂ First Amendment right to assemble and speak freely. Theyâd like to keep their reprehensible actions quiet and out of the public eye. Itâs really difficult to mowÂ down a bunch of protesters ala Waco with the whole world watching.
Yesterday, tensions began to rise even further and numerous protestors were tazed and assaulted. Â (You can see the actions of those brave BLM officers on this videoÂ HERE).
It looks like tensions will rise even further because Americans have had enough.
Militias have been mobilised. Itâs going to get real.
Bundy may be facing down a bunch of armed federal thugs but heâs going to be backed up by militia members from across the country.
This is the day that Patriots have been talking about and training for. They will not stand down.
CBS reportsÂ that militias from Texas, Montana, Utah, New Hampshire, and Florida will be standing with Bundy against the Bureau of Land Management.
If you arenât a combatant, this doesnât mean that you canât participate in this revolt against tyranny. Â This is a call to action.
Here are the pertinent email addresses and phone numbers:
- Bureau Of Land ManagementÂ Phone Number: Â (202) 208-3801
- Brian Sandoval Email Contact Form-Â http://gov.nv.gov/Contact/Governor/
- Brian Sandoval â Carson City Phone # –Â (775) 684-5670
- Brian SandovalÂ Las VegasÂ Phone # -(702) 486-2500
- Senator Dean Heller Contact Form –Â http://www.heller.senate.gov/public/index.cfm/contact-form
- Phone #âs For Heller â Reno:Â 775-686-5770/Â Las Vegas:Â 702-388-6605/Â Washington:Â 202-224-6244
- SheriffÂ Douglas Gillespi –Â (702) 828-3231 or (702) â 828 â 3111
- Email: Sheriff@lvmpd.com
Share information in support of these people who refuse to stand idly by while theft, violence, and tyranny occurs at the hands of the government. Â If we all spread the word, there is no way that another Ruby Ridge or Waco can quietly occur. We can combat the disinformation spouted by the mainstream media by publishing REAL photos, REAL videos, and REAL accounts of what is happening. We can keep the communication open and tell the world what the United States government is doing to its own people.
Share this and other stories through email, through social media, through links in the comments sections of mainstream news sites. Â Whatever you do, donât wait for someone else to take action. Now is the time to speak up for liberty. Â Make this story too viral for the mainstream to ignore. Â Do not allow these brave people staring down the barrel of a gun to do so without our support.
The Bureau of Land Management has picked up a snake by the tail, and it looks like that snake is going to bite.