Skip to comments.'Militia' groups fear infiltration by feds at Bundy Ranch
Posted on 04/23/2014 10:59:33 AM PDT by Rusty0604
Former Bundy guard Frank Lindysthe says it is all very troubling.
"They are now calling for militia. They're not in dug in positions, they are sitting on top of ridges. They don't have night vision capability," he said.
Lindysthe left the ranch in the middle of the night after at least two men tried joining the guard. He said the men made him uncomfortable.
"The people that are up there, they have a certain look about them. These are military. My belief is federal agents," he said.
Lindysthe feels the alleged federal agents are there to gather information on militia members and eventually conduct a raid.
"They're dirty. They're dirty," he said.
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Just like the woman that recently was forced to hook up to city water even though she didn’t need it. They can’t have anyone living off the grid. It is considered suspicious activity now to pay with cash.
> Are the feds infiltrating the ROP terrorist training camps
> throughout the USA?
They’re on the same side.
Why is this man telling us about it, when those whom he suspected should have been ‘more thoroughly checked’ by his peers, or silenced where they sat?
Infiltrators are nothing more than traitors, in my eyes.
Even scarier would be if they are there to start the fight and make it look like the patriots fired the first shot. It happened at the Boston massacre.
I bet there’s an infiltrator on this very thread, hijacking a real FReeper’s identity. Everyone that has posted anything here, make sure it is your post!
Buy a polygraph machine. Get some training. Poly all militia members every couple of years or so.
If they show deception or have ambiguous results do not allow them to join. That means booting some folks who just don’t poly well and it isn’t 100% - but it would eliminate most of the problem. Background investigations and other types of vetting can fill in the gaps.
Once you have a solid core then you start recruiting members who have access to various databases and communications networks. You reverse infiltrate. Set up your own secure communications networks. Structure your organization into military and political cadres. There are plenty of good communist manuals that cover these subjects.
You play the intelligence game. The big issue is that all of this takes serious money. But it isn’t rocket science.
Makes me sick that it has come to this.
Who’s watching your post...hmmm?
I’m skeptical about this guy’s report. I would bet a good deal of money that they are vetting thiese volunteers pretty closely before letting them on and around the ranch with weapons. Half the guys in the militias are former military.
I think the only way to prevent infiltration is by forming independent sleeper cells that are unknown to others, with limited membership in each cell consisting of people you have personally known for years. Although decentralized, some triggering event will be serious enough to activate cell response.
Like something right out of “Enemies Foreign and Domestic”.
Rest assured that all cell phones are tapped at all times, every word and text. Same with all landline connectivity.
DHS most probably has snipers on rotation in the hills as well.
I don't see how this can turn out well for the defenders UNLESS they can ID an infiltrator and make him talk. And, that's likely to trigger the assault.
Well, I think that is what a lot of this is about.
You don't send a swat team to confiscate some old man's cattle. This is a civil matter, he is not a criminal. This kind of abuse has to stop at some point.
This may be a story to sow seeds of doubt.
This time, the feds need an inside plant to fire the first round, so they can justify firing back.
Now would be the time to keep strangers out, and only stick to those you know.
I agree with your statements.
I also am former military, and anybody who did not know the latest q and a, were immediately under intense scrutiny.
(q and a, baseball, football, car races, etc.)
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