A Day that Will Live in My Memory Forever — April 19, 1993

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We Shall Never Forget — wreath placed at the site of the Waco Massacre shortly after the siege

What Happened in Waco, Texas?

Cards sent out in Texas a year later (1994)

 

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What happened in Waco Texas ?

It was an attack.
It was an attack by the United States of America on over 100 men, women, and children.
It was an assault on the Constitution of the United States of America.
It was just another example of an abusive tyrannical govern ment. It was about being found guilty
before the presumption of innocence.
It was a case of brutality.
It was an assault, not the serving of an arrest warrant.
It was brutal.
It was about death.
About unrestrained power.
Unaccountable power.
Unchecked power.
What the federal government did to those people was brutal.
It was brutal.
Deadly.
Without apology.
With malice – without regret.
It was about a cover-up.
It was about bulldozing the evidence.
About changing the story – the party line.
The “official” party line.
It was about controlling the media.
It was about dominating the media.
It was about censorship.
It was about isolation.
Mind games.
Psychological warfare.
It was about the desperation of the children inside.
It was about a government claiming to care about the children, then instigating their death.
What happened was the United States Government gassing little children – little children who were
innocent children.
It was about government ego.
An agency with an attitude.
A Bad attitude.
It was about two agencies with an attitude.
It was brutal.
Callous.
Unmitigated violence.
It was about a government attacking its own citizens – then justifying that attack by character
assassination.
By justification.
It was about dropping the protection of our beloved Constitu tion. It was about TV.
And how some hot-dog agency wanted TV coverage so bad, it killed. It was about showing their
need of existence to Congress.
It was about the annual budget battle.
It was a lack of leadership.
It was all about government dislike of those who are different.
It was about death; and the love of death.
Power, and the love of power.
It required a content people.

David Rucker, Associated Conservatives of Texas (1994)

I was in Texas at the time, went to the site of the siege many times.  I took the wreath to the site after the massacre and had it placed on the fence with the upside down flag indicating a nation in distress.  I saw the police state in action and drove up to the barricades and protested the federal intrusion into the matter many times sadly to no avail.  We Shall Never Forget…

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2 Responses to “A Day that Will Live in My Memory Forever — April 19, 1993”

  1. Cindy Garcia Says:

    Koresh and his ilk could have surrendered. But, they used kids to shield themselves. They are to blame.

    • SCrosnoe Says:

      Oh Cindy, as a pro life person I would hope that you would take another look at history. I was there in Texas at the time and tried to get the feds to go home and leave the matter to us. Sadly they would not arrest Kokesh before the siege started when he was off the community site and sadly they pressed on to a siege mentality in typical ATF style until nearly all were dead. You are watching a current time parallel in Nevada under a slightly different scenario. Please wake up before ‘they’ come for you and yours…


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