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Major Bloopers in Oregon ‘Militia’ Standoff Fraud


My goal these days in identifying agitprop black-ops deception is to give readers the best of the in-your-face, low-hanging fruit. The Crime Syndicate behind these operations screws up constantly; but here at The New Nationalist (TNN), I go with the WTF, blow-your-mind, keep-it-simple-stupid (KISS) material as much as possible. This I have learned. A long analysis will cause friends, family and neighbors to glaze over to varying degrees, depending on their drug-dose levels, fluoride intake, exposure to mainstream “electric news” and predisposition to normalcy bias.

Other than warily watching and observing that the “Oregon militia” event from last year looked straight out of Hollywood central casting, I was going to skip this one — but then some of that aforementioned low-hanging fruit appeared.

‘Militia’ casting for Dumb Dumbs 101

The fake Oregon “militia” made the error of running a live stream of their “stand off.” The whole scene looked theatrical and contrived. Then, at one point, a guy shows up and asks the fake “militia” to sign “talent releases” for film production and distribution. This can be seen at minute 1:20 in the video below. One “militiaman” then rushes to turn off video stream. Rather, this reinforces the central-casting theory. More on that is coming in Sunday’s article.

The “shooting” and killing of LaVoy Finicum (note the par-for-the-course strange name) also was a real stretch. It was almost as if the storytellers didn’t quite know how to end this staged event.

So here is the FBI’s video of how it all when down. First, they got the time stamp and date all messed up. Regular readers know they do this far too often. You will see clear signs of editing with sections of the sequence removed entirely.

After stopping and then racing away, “Finicum” comes to a road block and veers into a snow drift. He didn’t even brake. Then he gets out of the vehicle. For what purpose? To run into the forest? To get immobilized in snow? What’s with the absurd herky-jerky snow dance? Suicide by cop? As if by osmosis, an officer pops out the forest, comes up from behind and shoots him in back? Really?

Goal of this fraud was to create a boogeyman narrative around the concept of “militias.” Hoax and fraud index for this event: Beyond the Pale.

2 Comments on Major Bloopers in Oregon ‘Militia’ Standoff Fraud

  1. Did the Feds actually snare any fish in this particular net? I know some people were fooled by the Finicum ‘shooting’ just as I was fooled, at least for a while, by both the ‘Twin Peaks’ hoax and the Sandy Hook hoax.
    There were allegedly both Federal and state trials held as a result of the Malheur Wildlife Refuge operation- did anyone in Portland attempt to find out if these trials actually took place? If they did not, and the ‘trials’ were nothing but press releases, as I suspect may be true, well, what better way to prove that it was a hoax from the start.
    I think what we need is a ‘Hoaxbusters’ sort of informal organization that investigates and reports back to the public on hoaxes that occur in their general area. I could have reported on the Isla Vista hoax shooting that allegedly occurred some four years ago, but at the time I had no idea what a shooting hoax actually was.

  2. It wasn’t a ‘hoax’. The ‘militia’ did want publicity, they were really land rights folks against an abusive overreaching BLM. Obama wanted revenge for the earlier forced stand down of BLM forces at the Bundy ranch, the set-back to his overreaching Federal dictatorship by the citizens. I don’t think the ‘occupation’ of the Refuge was a good idea but I understand it.

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