The 2nd American Revolution Has Officially Begun. . . and I hope it will be peaceful! ~J

I’m going to make a statement here, one that I’ve long wanted to make: I have real problems with the way State of the Nation generally presents info. To me, it is meant to excite and enflame and draw us to their work. I personally don’t think Ammon Bundy would be one bit pleased with the title they have chosen for theis article; his entire effort has been to prevent a revolution!

Their previous post with info from the BBC is also offensive to me: we now know the BBC is disinfo and not on our side. . . don’t know why they’ve chosen to use them for any info at all. I for one, don’t like it. The life of our Nation and the very lives of her people are at stake! I think many of their posts are lacking in integrity and filled with ‘shallow’ information; this is exemplified in their previous posting, and yet it comes across with what is to me an obvious desire to be Number One, when to me they clearly are not. I think there is no room for that kind of thinking now, today, in the life of our country. We need the most honest, in-depth, well researched reporting we have ever had, and I don’t see them giving it to us.

I’m publishing this post now because today I will publish anything that will bring the Feds to a standstill and save the lives of these good men. As Ammon essentially has now said: they have this won in the courts — and surely they do! Hopefully, when/if it goes to the courts, it will continue to acquaint us all with the American Constitution — and how it’s been thrown out the window, so that we are sure not to understand its power, about which I realize I for one know far too little. . . Hugs, ~Jean

Bundy and Hammond Ranch Standoffs: Lexington and Concord 2.0

Mormon Arizona rancher LaVoy Finicum was killed on the night of January 26 as the militia standoff near Burns, Oregon, appeared to come to an end. Famously, Finicum, 55, had told the media on January 6 that he would choose death over surrender in the case. His death was confirmed by Nevada Assemblywoman Michele Fiore. She wrote on Twitter:

Finicum was killed during a traffic stop, reports CNN. He died one day before his 56th birthday.

Oregon Public Radio reports that Finicum and some of his comrades were pulled over between the towns of Burns and John Day at around 4:30 p.m. local time.

Since January 2, activists have been occupying the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge in Oregon. Those armed protesters, led in-part by Ammon Bundy, were protesting the sentence of Dwight and Steve Hammond. They were found guilty of committing arson on federal land.

Here’s what you need to know:

1. Cliven Bundy Said Finicum Was Sacrificed ‘For a Good Purpose’

LaVoy Finicum Funeral

His full name was Robert LaVoy Finicum. He was a neighbor of Cliven Bundy’s ranch, where the infamous 2014 ranch standoff occurred. They were neighbors despite Finicum living in Arizona and Bundy living in Nevada. On January 5, 2016, Finicum told NBC News that he may want to go home to Arizona soon saying, “I need to get home. I got cows that are scattered and lost.”

When he heard about the arrests and death, Cliven Bundy told Los Angeles Times reporter Matt Pearce, “Isn’t this a wonderful country we live in?” He added, “We believe those federal people shouldn’t even be there in that state, and be in that county and have anything to do with This issue. … I have some sons and other people there trying to protect our rights and liberties and freedoms, and now we’ve got one killed, and all I can say is, he’s sacrificed for a good purpose.”

LaVoy Finicum funeral

Bundy later confirmed Finicum’s death to CBS Las Vegas reporter Patranya Bhoolsuwan. In a statement on his Facebook page, Bundy wrote:

The resolve for principled liberty must go on. It appears that America was fired upon by our government. One of liberty’s finest patriots is fallen. He will not go silent into eternity. Our appeal is to heaven.

LaVoy & Jeanette Finicum Photos: Pictures of Cowboy Couple

LaVoy Finicum was the foster parent to troubled boys at his ranch in Arizona. He did so along with his loving wife, Jeanette.

Click here to read more

2. During the Standoff in Oregon, He Had Become Known as ‘Tarp Man’

During his involvement in the Malheur standoff, the 11 foster children that were in the care of Finicum have been taken away. Finicum complained that those children were he and his wife’s major source of labor and money on their ranch, reported Time Magazine. An MSNBC report on the standoff dubbed Finicum “Tarp Man” as he could be seen covered in a blue tarp with a rocking chair during the incident.

When asked by NBC News why he chose to sit out in such a visible position, he said that he wanted officers to be able to find him. Finicum said, “I do not want the FBI federal agents to have to go running around in the dark, kicking in doors looking for me, OK? I want them to know exactly where I’m at.” He added, chillingly, “I’m telling them right now — don’t point guns at me.”

3. He Posted a Video of His Family Singing ‘Amazing Grace’ Just Hours Before His Death

On his Twitter page, Finicum goes by the moniker “@OneCowboysStand.” His bio on the page reads, “Rancher, Loves Freedom and willing to fight and die defending it.” His last post on the site was a video of a group of children singing “Amazing Grace.” His Twitter pseudonym is taken from his book title, One Cowboy’s Last Stand for Freedom. In an interview with NBC News, Finicum said that he would rather be killed than arrested saying, “I have no intention of spending any of my days in a concrete box. There are things more important than your life and freedom is one of them. I’m prepared to defend freedom.”

According to Mormon tradition, cremation is not encourage and a proper funeral burial is preferred.

LaVoy & Jeanette Finicum Photos: Pictures of Cowboy Couple

LaVoy Finicum was the foster parent to troubled boys at his ranch in Arizona. He did so along with his loving wife, Jeanette.

Click here to read more

4. He Was a Man Who Loved ‘Nothing More in Life Than God, Family & Freedom’

Lavoy Finicum Dead Dies

On his official website, Finicum wrote:

As he has watched the ever increasing encroachment of government into the lives of the American people he has felt to make a stand for freedom. He has drawn a line in the sand and that line is the Constitution in its original intent.

The Constitution of the United States of America is a charter to protect the freedom of man by putting strict limits on government. We are living in a day when that supreme law of the land has been shredded by the very government that took an oath to uphold it. By their actions the Federal Government has become lawless and stalks the liberties of this land under the guise of social justice.

Shown below are LaVoy and Jeanette’s 11 children. This is why freedom is so important!

He also describes himself as a rancher who “loves nothing more in life than God, family, and freedom.”

Meanwhile on his wife, Jeanette’s LinkedIn page, she lists foster care provider as her full time job.

One of the couple’s daughters, Arianna Finicum Brown, 26, told the Oregonian that she wasn’t worried for her father’s safety during the standoff. She said, “I talked to him, and he said they were telling people to go if they weren’t there for the right reasons, they didn’t want anyone there who could make everything go bad. He had no plans to be violent. My dad was a really good guy.”

5. Ammon Bundy Has Been Arrested in Oregon

Ammon Bundy

KATU reports that Ammon Bundy and other members of the militia, including Ryan Payne, were arrested by the FBI and Oregon State Police on the night of January 26 during the traffic stop where Finicum was killed.

It’s unclear who shot first but one person was taken to a nearby hospital with non-life threatening injuries. Michele Fiore said that person wasRyan Bundy, another son of Cliven, who was shot in the arm.



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3 Responses to The 2nd American Revolution Has Officially Begun. . . and I hope it will be peaceful! ~J

  1. usnveteran says:

    There should be permanent sites established for base operations of Patriots, especially one in Oregon. We all know that Agenda21 and it’s agents of hopelessness and change will continue with their land exploitations and theft. It’s a good way to keep an eye on the government, as they keep an eye on us.

    Perhaps purchase of a house with at least an acre or two … would be a nice location as a dedication and ‘memorial’ to LaVoy. One of the greatest challenges of course would be to keep the backstabbing infiltrators out.

    “Once a government is committed to the principle of silencing the voice of opposition, it has only one way to go, and that is down the path of increasingly repressive measures, until it becomes a source of terror to all its citizens and creates a country where everyone lives in fear.”
    Harry S. Truman (1884 – 1972), 33rd President
    [Message to Congress, August 8, 1950]

  2. Marilyn says:

    I also had my own thoughts last night, trying to figure out just what we could all do to make a difference, what came to my mind was JFK’s famous speech – Ask not what your country can do for you, ask what you can do for your country. maybe we need to put out a news letter, with ideas on how to help the people with there needs, how we can make things better, like say with unemployment, anyone having work available, it may be on a small scale like yard work or snow shoveling, home repairs, but it still helps people in need. Just saying maybe we all need to look at things in a different way, and work together to balance things off some. We are Americans and we are strong.

  3. During a radio interview with Judge Anna on Jan 28.16, I learned from that chat room about an active Common Law court in place in Harney County with a number of Constitutional Judges in place with proper Oath of Offices, including Anna Maria Riezinger, Alaska State, Common Law land jurisdiction Superior Court Judge, and Federal Postal District Judge Western Region.

    You can listen to a recording here

    Extra-Judicial Notice Issued to the Justices of THE SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES

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