Nevada Rancher Standoff Ends: Government Corruption Exposed!

If you’ve been following the Bundy Ranch fiasco, it had all the hallmarks of becoming another Ruby Ridge.

Well, here is a bit of an explanation that makes some sense.

P.S.  I despise Alex Jones and Infowars, but, in this case, he provided a valuable public service and very likely saved human lives.

11 Responses to “Nevada Rancher Standoff Ends: Government Corruption Exposed!”

  1. CodeSlinger Says:


    THIS (!) is the true spirit of America, which I have always deeply respected.

    This is the best possible example of why a well-armed populus is absolutely essential to a properly functioning liberal democracy.

    And even after seeing this, the typical progressive pantywaist still doesn’t get it.

    • Voice of Reason Says:

      Bundy is a thief. (not to mention a raving bigot)

      16 000 farmers in Nevada pay the very cheap grazing fee (that was put in place by Reagan). It is unfair to them that Bundy can steal grazing land to increase his own profits.


  2. CodeSlinger Says:


    The mainstream reports that the standoff is over are false.

    It now appears that the retreat by the US government was just a ruse to get the militias to go home:

    Exclusive: Sources Inside The BLM and Las Vegas Metro Say Feds Are Planning A Raid On Bundy Home

    That sound we mistook for the fat lady singing was actually the frustrated howl of a stymied statist:

    Harry Reid on Nevada Ranch Battle: ‘It’s Not Over’

    Meanwhile, here’s some due diligence on Harry Reid, father of Rory Reid, representative of ENN Energy Group, and Neil Kornze, current Chief of BLM and former adviser of… Harry Reid:

    Bundy Ranch – What You’re Not Being Told

    • xanthippa Says:

      I’ve now posted a video from Adam Koesh who was live-streaming from the ranch.

      The returned cattle had been malnourished and dehydrated, many of the calves were in distress – obvious when you see the video of the cattle marching.

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  4. CodeSlinger Says:

    Voice of Reason (sic):

    How many of those other ranchers had grandfathers who gave the land on which they graze to the state in return for water and grazing rights in perpetuity?

    Bundy does.

    No regulations put in place by Reagan or anyone else can nullify a contract that has existed since before he was born.

    The US federal government is the thief.

    Or tried to be, until it was stopped by armed patriots.

    As I said above:

    This is the best possible example of why a well-armed populace is absolutely essential to a properly functioning liberal democracy.

    And even after seeing this, the typical progressive pantywaist still doesn’t get it.

    Thank you, Voice of Reason (sic), for proving me right.

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