Remember Beslan?

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You’d better, because we are just waiting for it to happen again this time here at home.  This type of terror is so demoralizing and frightening that in the aftermath Marxist or Islamic agitators can easily herd the people wherever they want them.  And the sheep clamor for the nanny state to “do something!” This will result in loss of liberty and a deepening of the already existing police state.  Even if sheepdogs and LE stomp down on the perpetrators, enough terror will be created to affect our way of life.  But if sheepdogs and LE jump on the situation at least there will be hope for opposing views to help the republic maintain the liberty of its citizens.  Found this article linked in an email from a fellow LEO.

Some time ago I posted about William R Forstchen’s excellent novela on the subject, ‘Day of Wrath.’  It is a short, captivating, and disturbing read that I highly recommend.

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2 comments on “Remember Beslan?

  1. Texas says:

    Have a look here… Field McConnell LTC USMC (Ret.) has some very shocking stuff here .. this is like the Podesta Pizza guys… #1861: Marine Links Serco PF Beslan to MI-3 Mycroft Common Purpose, Pedophile Angel Tree
    Plum City – ( United States Marine Field McConnell has linked Serco’s alleged infiltration of Prison Fellowship (PF) agents into over a 1,000 Russian jails prior to the September 2004 murder of 186 un-autopsied children in a school in Beslan, North Ossetia, to a Mycroft Common Purpose agenda – apparently sponsored by the MI-3 Innholders Livery Company and executed through Serco’s Pedophile Angel Tree triage network.

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