A few days back, I penned a gloomy little piece entitled Isolated, wherein I said the following (talking about the government agents arrayed against us):

“They can concentrate their forces against us; we can’t do the same against them.”

Well, here’s one such example:

In the early Tuesday morning hours, motion sensors alerted the occupant, hereafter referred to as John Doe (names have been changed to protect the innocent) that there was movement along the driveway to his home. Given the time of day, the location of the home, and some recent history that will be discussed later, Doe knew he needed to react, but in a non-threatening manner. His decision was to put on a pair of pants, remain barefoot and shirtless, and move to the front porch with his hands raised in the air. What appeared in the driveway was the lead vehicle of three BearCat armored personnel carriers – commonly referred to as personnel tanks (pictured left) – in a convoy of over thirty total vehicles.
The BearCats are armed with a rotating turret for housing customer-specific weapon systems. Five gun ports are located on each side of the vehicle, and an additional two on the rear. The vehicle are often equipped with .50 BMG or 7.62mm rifles. It is a military-grade vehicle often used by U.S. Special Forces and the Australian military.
But on this day, they were cruising the Flathead Valley with thirty other police vehicles in tow.
Also surrounding the house were one-hundred-plus federal agents with a helicopter in support.

Sounds like this John Doe guy was some kind of super-terrorist, right?  Not exactly.

Doe’s former girlfriend from North Carolina filed a restraining order (a civil matter, not criminal) against Doe in that state claiming he was homicidal, suicidal, a threat to her, and had bomb-making materials with the intention to cause harm.  She also claimed he had booby traps all over the home and the surrounding property.  But none of this was true.

So the feds armored up, and based on the fears (and aggrievement) of someone in North Carolina, deployed all this force against a guy living in Montana.

Read the whole thing to appreciate the full extent of the bastardy.  (They even arrested his neighbor, FFS.)

Then remind me again how much hope we stand if this happens to any one of us.


  1. The legacy press doesn’t have to be intimidated to quash such stories. They are all in. The worst form of bias is just not covering stuff.

  2. Bearing witness to these sorts of transgressions against normal, law-abiding citizens (not to mention being a target) that really makes one lose hope in the future of this country and perhaps the world.

    Through whatever means was necessary, the woke leftists have taken over and those of us to the right of center are now considered deviant.

    I had so hoped that 2021 would see both our country and the world return to a bit of normalcy, but it is not to be.

  3. Sooner or later the victims and/or their families start assassinating police, politicians and bureaucrats, who respond by wearing masks in public and fortifying their homes and offices. The cycle gets ever more vicious.

    Sometimes it ends when the armed government stooges lose their will to murder as in Eastern Europe. Sometimes not.

    That is now the best possible hope for the USA. Imagine that, the shining light on the hill doing it’s best to do as well as East Germans, Poles, Hungarians and Czechs, hoping it won’t get as bad as China or North Korea.

    If the USA falls, and seems doomed, it’ll be a fucking catastrophe for those of us in the rest of the Western world as well.

    Have you seen the supposed Czech statement on Biden? Probably fake, but accurate.

    1. This unfortunately. Nobody takes on the Feds when they are strong. In shitty places around the world, they pick off people like this when they are off-duty. If their families catch it too, oh well.

      That seems to be the horrible scenario we are barrelling towards.

  4. Do our modern Barney Fife’s ever thing of making a call or knocking on a door to see what’s going on before armoring up?

    Seems like a lot of firepower for one nob.

    1. Where’s the fun it that? Or just wait until he goes to work or the grocery and pull him over.

      The Feds had followed David Koresh around Waco on shopping trips but never arrested him while alone and (probably) lightly armed. More fun to burn him out with dozens of others.

  5. FredZ,
    I saw almost the exact same statement on another blog right before Obama was elected !
    Paraphrased –
    The United State can survive an Obama presidency. What it may not be able to survive is an electorate stupid enough to elect him the first place !
    I am afraid the second part of that statement sums it up nicely. This country will NOT survive the next 3 years, at least not in any recognizable form !

    No arrests, incarceration, punishment OF ANY KIND from Ruby Ridge, Waco and now
    Montana (I suspect ).
    Nor from the last election or anything since.
    Would someone please explain to me just how this is all supposed to play out and be resolved in any way that will make sense or seem reasonable !!??

  6. No, one or a few persons cannot stand up to this sort of thing. However, they have to park those vehicles somewhere when not in use.

  7. Someone needs to send the former girl-friend a bill for all of the over-reaction to her lies.

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