"When the righteous are in authority, the people rejoice: but when the wicked beareth rule, the people mourn." (Proverbs 29:2)
It is a truism that, "He whom the federal 'gods' intend to destroy, they first seek to smear and slander." Big Brother's Gestapo forces have now made Texe Marrs a key target. The elite in the Shadow Government who secretly rule America have been stung by the documented revelations in my latest books, Circle of Intrigue and Project L.U.C.I.D. Now, they're striking back.
A prime example is the events behind a recent, blazing headline in a major New York newspaper: "Fridge Repairman Armed for a Revolution." The sensational article reported that the apartment of Davaughn Roper, a 25-year old refrigerator repairman, had been raided by a SWAT team made up of federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms (BATF) agents and New York Police Department (NYPD) marksmen and detectives. Inside the man's apartment, said a BATF spokesperson, was found a "vast arsenal of assault weapons and ammunition."
According to the feds, Roper was stockpiling weapons to defend himself against a group called the "Illuminati." The newspaper described the Illuminati as a fictitious, "mythical group of super rich elite who want to take over the world."
Radical, Right-Wing Literature Found?
A BATF spokesman alleged that Mr. Roper not only had this "vast arsenal of assault weapons and ammunition" he was stockpiling, but he also possessed "radical, right-wing, militia-type literature," including a book by Texe Marrs. As the newspaper account had it:
Also taken into evidence by police during the search of Roper's apartment were videos and literature supporting his ideology, including a book by Texe Marrs entitled,
Circle of Intrigue. The 14-chapter book describes the "Inner Circle" of the Illuminati as a group who aim to defeat God and who will not stop until every man, woman and child bow down before them.
Cocaine, Cash, and the Swastika
The fear-mongering article also quoted a BATF spokesman who declared that Mr. Roper had "29 envelopes stuffed with cocaine" in his residence, along with a "substantial amount of cash." The suspect, the BATF spokesperson suggested, was selling cocaine and using the profits to buy his "huge stock of dangerous assault weapons."
Other mainstream newspapers quickly picked up the story and even magnified certain details. The New York Post (Aug. 31, 1996) claimed that Roper had admitted that he "sold drugs to buy weapons so he could fight the New World Order."
The New York Post also reported, in ominous tones, that the book found in Roper's apartment, Texe Marrs' Circle of Intrigue, "features a swastika on its cover." This, the newspaper suggested, might make Roper a cog in a national, militia-type, neo-Nazi conspiracy.
The New York Post ended its exposé by quoting a U.S. Attorney who warned that the suspect taken into custody, Davaughn Roper, could "face up to 20 years in prison if convicted."
Next, the infamous establishment mouthpiece, The New York Times, picked up the story and ran with it, further embellishing the supposed "facts." The Times article scoffed at the suspect's belief in the existence of an Illuminati. Reporter Clifford Kraus termed it an "imaginary" conspiracy. The Times article also quoted a BATF agent who warned readers that the man in custody, Mr. Roper, is "a fanatic and dangerous."
Interestingly, however, contradicting the BATF was a NYPD spokesman who explained that, "All the weapons Roper was stockpiling were for his personal protection."
"There is no conspiracy by others that we are aware of," said the NYPD detective.
Hindu Neighbor Reports Suspicious Activity
The New York Times also interviewed a Hindu man named Ravinder Singh—thought to be an illegal immigrant—who described his neighbor, Mr. Roper, as "a quiet, very secretive man." The Hindu neighbor confessed that, while he did not know Roper personally, he was concerned because, "so many people were seen visiting his apartment." The New York Times implied that perhaps these visitors were buying cocaine from Mr. Roper and that, maybe, he had something to hide.
Like the other establishment newspapers, The New York Times eagerly labeled Mr. Roper's belief in a globalist conspiracy as a pure "concoction."
An Open and Shut Case?
So there you have it: According to the federal BATF and their liberal associates in the media, it's an open and shut case. A poor, uneducated, foolish and dangerous, conspiracy fanatic—obviously a right-wing, neo-Nazi, militia-type—stockpiles a vast arsenal of deadly
assault weapons. The man is bent on arming himself to fight a nonexistent "Illuminati" elite and is inspired to action by a radical, anti-government book by Texe Marrs—an evil book which seems to praise Adolf Hitler and death by picturing the dreaded, Nazi swastika on its cover.
Then—A Stunning Retraction!
But the saga doesn't end yet. The very day after these sensational headlines were splattered across the front page, a later edition of another establishment newspaper, The New York Daily News, published a stunning retraction! Buried, unfortunately, in the back pages of the Daily News was this report:
(1) New York's federal prosecutor, Bernadette Miragliotta, admitted that there was no cocaine, in fact, there were no drugs of any kind, seized from Roper's apartment. The BATF had made up this story out of thin air. The feds used the media to sensationalize the story, grab headlines, and frighten the masses into believing that a dangerous, neo-Nazi, right-wing conspiracy exists, threatening everyone's security.
(2) The federal prosecutor, Ms. Miragliotta, also admitted that no radical literature was found in the accused man's apartment. As The New York Daily News reported: "The arrest complaint made no mention of any seized drugs or radical literature."
(3) The BATF's much ballyhooed claim of discovering a "vast arsenal of assault weapons" also proved false. The prosecutor stated that Mr. Roper had a grand total of five rifles, two shotguns, and two handguns. There were no grenades, no bombs, no machine guns, no assault weapons, no "vast arsenal." Just some hunting rifles and shotguns and two revolvers—about the same number of firearms an average Texan, Montanan, Nebraskan, or Mississippian might have in their home. The fed's inflated count of "thousands of rounds of
ammunition" also inexplicably shrank. In court, the feds alleged that "about 300 rounds" were seized.
(4) Mr. Roper was charged only with a single count of possessing what the BATF claims is a shotgun with a barrel too short. Interestingly, this is the same, farcical violation the BATF charged Randy Weaver with at Ruby Ridge.
(5) The attorney for Mr. Davaughn Roper told the court that his client is "a gainfully employed" man with no criminal record whatsoever, not even a traffic citation! Roper, is, moreover, a military veteran who served with distinction for six years in the U.S. Navy. He is not a member of a militia, he is opposed to drugs, and he possesses no right-wing, radical literature.
Goal: To Arouse Fear and Incite Hatred
In other words, the BATF and its cohorts in slander, the New York establishment media, flat-out lied about Mr. Davaughn Roper! The BATF planted false stories in the press, alleging Roper to be a cocaine dealer and a dangerous revolutionary—all the better to arouse fear and incite public hatred against this man and against anyone who dares to defy the New World Order. Mr. Roper is the victim of a shameless, Big Brother con job and a media hoax.
What was Mr. Roper's real "offense?" In New York City, a seedy metropolis teeming with crime, he simply had a tiny collection of guns to protect himself. That and the fact that he read pro-Christian, anti-Nazi literature, like my book, Circle of Intrigue, evidently made Mr. Roper a "politically incorrect" non-person. This is why he became a handy target of the fascist, BATF Gestapo police: a trophy victim.
Incredibly, the feds are more than willing to lie or to manufacture and illegally plant concocted evidence. They'll stop at nothing to libel, slander, and falsely accuse good, loyal, patriotic citizens. They'll stop at nothing to attain their filthy goals of robbing the
citizenry—you and me!—of our constitutional rights.
My Book is Pro-America
The feds and the media know that my book, Circle of Intrigue, is anything but neo-Nazi, "militia-type, radical literature." Indeed, the book exposes the revival of fascism in America in high places. That, I believe, is exactly why the feds were so eager to include my name and the title of one of my bestselling books in their libelous report to the media.
My books, such as Circle of Intrigue, Big Sister is Watching You, and Project L.U.C.I.D., tell the absolute truth about the evil powers of intimidation. It documents the crimes and schemes of the black-hooded, jackbooted thugs of the BATF and many other federal Gestapo, alphabet agencies. This hidden elite constitute the true Nazis. In fact, as fascists, they are worse than Nazis. They are "CommuNazis!"
"God is Gone From Government"
Once upon a time, America had law enforcement of which it could be proud. No more. Today, the BATF, CIA, FBI and other federal bureaucracies continue to drag the good name of law enforcement through the gutter. As my friend, Officer Jack McLamb, recently said in a
Power of Prophecy interview, "The scum of law enforcement has risen to the top."
"The problem," says McLamb, "is that God is gone from government."
Jack McLamb knows what he's talking about. Jack is the most decorated police officer in the history of the Phoenix, Arizona, police department. Currently retired, the man is a genuine hero, and he's on a campaign to clean up our crooked police systems and restore the integrity of law enforcement.
Friends, it is high time that we, too, like Officer Jack McLamb, stood up to and unmasked the rotten apples in federal and local law enforcement. Shamelessly, the police associations now endorse New World Order puppet, President Bill Clinton. The federal Gestapo are manufacturing tainted evidence and railroading good American citizens—men and women guilty of no crimes—into jail cells. Meanwhile, real
criminals—murderers, dope dealers, rapists, and savings and loan thieves, go free, their crimes often covered up by the authorities.
Yes, Jack McLamb is right. The problem is that, "God is gone from government." And until there is repentance at the highest levels of the government bureaucracy, He's not coming back, either.
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