Jeanette Finicum With Roxsanna Ryan At Plains Montana June 05 2016

Jeanette Finicum Stands With The Ryans In Montana

I drove down to Plains, Montana, on June 04, 2016 to attend a rally which had been planned for the weekend. The purpose of the rally had initially been to apply public pressure to a judge to grant bail to Jake Ryan, a youth in his 20s who had been arrested for simply showing up at the Burns, Oregon protest in January, 2016.

The rally was to help Jake get out on bail instead of being cooped up in a cell with no bail.  However, the day before the event at Plains was to happen, the judge, surprisingly, released Jake Ryan — so the event became, on Saturday, more of a celebration than a petition.

A lot of folks were there, and as befits any neighborhood gathering, the young people were all over the place and having one grand time while the “growns” were engaging each other in a more mature subject, like the insanity which drives the BLM and the cold indifference of the mechanized jail system which would torment good cowboys and patriots as if they were terrorists.  Our government has truly lost its mind, its moral compass, and its memory of its own creation by We The People acting through our sovereign nation-state Republics in compact.

The BLM, the EPA, the USFS, and other federal agencies are now as mechanized as was the SS in Germany during the 1930s. Here is something to help the reader grasp that image —

“It is thus necessary that the individual should finally come to realize that his own ego is of no importance in comparison with the existence of his nation; that the position of the individual ego is conditioned solely by the interests of the nation as a whole … that above all the unity of a nation’s spirit and will are worth far more than the freedom of the spirit and will of an individual…”

“This state of mind, which subordinates the interests of the ego to the conservation of the community, is really the first premise for every truly human culture… The basic attitude from which such activity arises, we call — to distinguish it from egoism and selfishness — idealism. By this we understand only the individual’s capacity to make sacrifices for the community, for his fellow men.”

The statements in italics above were made by Adolf Hitler. (1) He was explaining the moral philosophy of Nazism. That is the exact attitude the bot-minded agents of the BLM or EPA employ in relating to we little Americans who live rurally on the land. Such observations were being talked about among the grown-ups at Saturday’s rally-turned-celebration. There were a lot of grownups present, and I was pleased to meet a goodly number of personal friends there.

Ah, but there was scheduled for Sunday a line-up of speakers, and that meeting, hosted by a local church in Plains, was a more sombre moment, and powerful. Speakers included  Dan and Roxanna Ryan, Billy Hill, Nevada Assemblywoman Michele Fiori (via skype), Joe Robertson, and Jeanette Finicum.

Bret Rouch and Shari Dovale of Redoubt News were there, and so was Jim White of  Northwest Liberty News.

I will add more soon, but want to get this video up immediately, do a bit more footwork, and prepare a more permanent article for TMM, so will break away here and just post the link to Redoubt News’ first coverage and Jim White’s video from Northwest Liberty News.

Note: Here is the link to the national “Stand By Me For Liberty” website, where everyone can find something to do, some way to help. This is a righteous cause for America, so do please look into this site and learn how you can add your voice for freedom to the general liberty movement. Thank you!


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Note: 1) “The Ominous Parallels”  by Leonard Peikoff; copyright 1982 by Leonard Peikoff; published by the Penguin Group, Penguin Putnam, Inc., 275 Hudson Street, New York, New York 10014; foreword by Ayn Rand; no ISBN in my paperback copy; Library of Congress number: 83-60247. (page 13)

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