Helter-Skelter Christian Nazis

The first indication that Kim Haffner was going after me, is when she declared I was not a prophet, and, I called all Christians – Nazis. I suspect my other huge neighbor was told this lie, and thus she was furious every time I saw her.

The other big lie is, Kim, nor any member of her family read my sister’s bio – after I told her and her mother Garth was a movie actor and has a big part in the story of our artistic family. The motive for me drifting away from our friendship over a period of two months ( in order to avoid trouble) is that I went AWOL and verbally attacked her – and others! The truth is, her parents were losing face – BIG TIME! Their High School Dreams were shattered because Garth went to their High School when they did! Garth Benton is at the end of the video – talking about mind games! I see a swastika tattoo between the eyes of the lunatics above. 

John Presco

“The militia’s 31-page handbook claims that the group is not a racist or right-wing organization but welcomes everyone “regardless of skin color”.
However, they emphasize “the Judeo-Christian influence that is rooted in our Founding Fathers”.




Who are the Wolverine Watchmen?

The group take their name from Michigan’s nickname – the Wolverine State.

Michigan has long been a hotbed of militia activity and they are fierce advocates of the Second Amendment – as well as the right to carry weapons in general.

The Wolverine Watchmen doesn’t have much of an online presence.

It is not listed among the anti-government groups followed by the Southern Poverty Law Center, which tracks extremist and hate groups. 

The Anti-Defamation League, which also monitors extremist groups, has no mention of the Wolverine Watchmen on its website.

Militias sprang up the aftermath of the Waco siege in 1993 when Federal agents were involved in a stand-off at a compound belonging to members of a millennial Christian sect.

The siege ended dramatically when fires consumed the compound, leaving some 75 people dead, including 25 children.

The authorities handling of the situation led to anti-government resentment and by spring 1995 almost every state had a militia group, says the ADL.

Many members of militia groups have been arrested since then, usually on weapons, explosives and conspiracy charges. 

In May, armed militiamen gathered outside Michigan’s Capitol to rally against Governor Gretchen Whitmer’s pandemic executive orders.

Michigan Militia
Michigan has long been a hotbed of the militia – an open carry state with a deep divide between Democratic cities and Republican rural areas.
The election of a Democratic governor, aged 40, in November 2018, Gretchen Whitmer, to succeed 62-year-old Republican Rick Snyder did more to join their ranks.
Their decision to impose a strict lockdown in the first few months of the coronavirus pandemic only attracted more “freedom-loving” residents to their cause.
On Thursday, charges were brought against seven members of one of Michigan’s most prominent militias, the Wolverine Watchmen, who were charged with plotting to kidnap Ms. Whitmer and violently overthrow the state government.
The Wolverine Watchmen are believed to be an offshoot of another Michigan militia known as the Wolverines.
Michigan is called the Wolverine State.
Founded in 1994 by Norm Olson, a former U.S. Air Force corporal, the group claims, according to The Irish Times, to have more than 80 brigades in nine divisions across the state.
Experts say membership tends to dwindle depending on the current political climate, but could reach several thousand at the same time. The current membership was unclear.
Training sessions with tactical and survival role-play and weapon use usually take place once a month.
The militia’s 31-page handbook claims that the group is not a racist or right-wing organization but welcomes everyone “regardless of skin color”.
However, they emphasize “the Judeo-Christian influence that is rooted in our Founding Fathers”.
The seven militia members charged on Thursday are charged with attempting to “start a civil war and kidnap officials, including the governor.”
On their website, the militia said: “A well-armed citizenship is the best form of internal security and can better deter crime, invasion, terrorism and tyranny.”
It adds, “If you are a US citizen (or have declared your intention to do so) who is capable of bearing arms, or has the right to do so, then YOU ARE THE MILITIA!”
The manual says they are “not racists who are” waging the great race war to destroy the Mudmen “.
Nor do they say they are “terrorists advocating violence or destroying buildings in Oklahoma full of men, women and children” – a reference to Timothy McVeigh, America’s worst domestic terrorist, who blew up a federal building in Oklahoma City in 1995 and 168 people killed and 680 injured.
“Only madmen do that,” they say.
The manifesto continues to rail against taxes, stating that they are taking up arms to protect the freedom of US citizens.
“We Americans have lost the concept of true freedom because we no longer know exactly what our rights are. In today’s United States, the word ‘rights’ has been so completely corrupted that few Americans know the difference between procedural rights and civil rights and our inalienable rights and freedoms, “they say.
Members take part in training courses that develop marksmanship and survival skills.
The militia issue has come to the fore in a heated legislature and with a president refusing to condemn the armed gangs who are generally ardent supporters of his campaign.
In at least 45 open-carry states, militiamen can walk armed and equipped in public as if they were legally waging war in Iraq or Afghanistan.
The consequences were fatal.
In Kenosha, Wisconsin, two Black Lives Matter protesters were shot dead by Kyle Rittenhouse, a 17-year-old self-appointed militia member, on August 25.
In Portland, Oregon, a member of the right-wing group Patriot Prayer, which shows up at heavily armed rallies, was shot dead by a right-wing gunman.
And in other cities in the United States – Kentucky, Georgia, Texas, and elsewhere – ugly scenes of militia members confronting protesters were common this summer.
Many fear the tension will only increase as the elections approach and immediately afterwards if Mr Trump does not win.
The Lincoln Project, an anti-Trump group of former Republicans, released a new campaign video this week highlighting Mr Trump’s wooing of militia and other far-right groups.
“This is not a dog whistle,” says the voice. “It’s a siren.”

About Royal Rosamond Press

I am an artist, a writer, and a theologian.
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1 Response to Helter-Skelter Christian Nazis

  1. Reblogged this on Rosamond Press and commented:

    Trump is looking at “Martial Law” . Will his goon squads concentrate on States he wants a recount?

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