Monthly Archives: January 2016

Oregon Ambush: What the FBI Video Tells Us and Does Not

    Today the FBI released a 25 minute aerial video of the chase along US 395 which culminated in the shooting death of LaVoy Finicum, and the arrest of Ryan Bundy, Shawna Cox, and an officially unnamed woman, who later identified herself … Continue reading

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Oregon Ambush – Was LaVoy Finicum Murdered?

Well, it depends on what you call ‘murder’, — and on which “witness” you’ll believe. We have deeply conflicting “witness” reports on the death of LaVoy Finicum. These come from one traveller from each of the two C4CW vehicles involved. The … Continue reading

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The Oregon Stand-off: Looking Beyond Left and Right

What I will defend here is the good sense and the good reputation of the Oregonian occupiers. It was not ideological background that elicited this opinion, because I hail, or once did, from unsympathetic quarters, the political left. I still … Continue reading

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Putting Two and Two Together: What ties the American West to the Middle East: (I)

In upcoming posts, I will begin to sketch a few links between the far-flung areas of my blogging interests, to show that the issues, power-centers, and the strategies at work in Oregon and the Middle East are simply two sides … Continue reading

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Oregonian Complexities: the PPN between the FBI and the C4CF: and Where Are the Paiute?

The PPN (Pacific Patriots Network) inserts a ‘Waco-free’ zone between Fortress FBI and the Bundy occupiers of Malheur Wildlife Preserve. The Paiute tribe struggles for its own claims, but on what terms? In my last post, I mentioned a group … Continue reading

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Updates on the Oregon occupiers

At about 34:00 of the video below, ex and current professors Kevin Barrett and Tony Hall begin to discuss the Bundy occupation in Oregon.   In the interest of orienting the first-time viewer of False Flag Weekly, I should say … Continue reading

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Some rare words of wisdom on the House floor

A few more updates. I’ll start with a very important speech by Oregon Representative Greg Walden on the House floor yesterday. While refusing to back the occupiers Walden gave eloquent and fact-filled testimony to the grievances of his district’s ranchers. … Continue reading

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Precedent? The Indian Occupation of Alcatraz, 1969

Think it through…   If I were in class, I’d say: what are the constitutional and legal principles upon which these two “occupations” are arguing their position? I’m not so much interested in what conclusion you come to, but that you … Continue reading

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Ineloquent, perhaps, but sound: Citizens for Constitutional Freedom states its case

It’s getting interesting in Oregon: Here’s another official statement in which the Bundy group announces its first concession to the media: it adopts a name: they are now the Citizens for Constitutional Freedom. In these quickly evolving first days, it … Continue reading

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News flashes for the New Year

No time for news summaries, commentaries, or analysis, but I thought I’d link up some good articles found over the last week or so. I’ll start off with some “archival” material; Here’s a transcript from Gen Wesley Clark’s exposition of … Continue reading

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