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“Paulistinian Libertarian Organization” Killers: Leaderless Resistance Claims More Victims

Dave Emory’s entire life­time of work is avail­able on a flash drive that can be obtained here. [1] (The flash drive includes the anti-fascist books avail­able on this site.)

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Ron Paul

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The Turner Diaries and Hunter, published by Greenwald's client, the National Alliance

COMMENT: Once again, the “leaderless resistance” strategy [4] has claimed victims, with the Cliven Bundy Freikorps figuring among the ideological assignations of the Las Vegas killers.

Particularly noteworthy here is the fact that Jerad and Amanda Miller were supporters of Ron Paul, Eddie the Friendly Spook Snowden’s Presidential candidate of choice [5]. Nazi fellow-traveler Glenn Greenwald [6], Snowden’s journalistic leaker of choice [7], ran legal interference [8] for the “leaderless resistance” strategy as an attorney [9].

Greenwald’s pro-bono efforts [10] on behalf of his murderous Nazi clients helped to insulate advocates of the sort of thing the Millers did in Las Vegas against civil litigation arising from the actualization of their principles.

Hatriot Politics Created the Las Vegas Killers” by Jon Avlon; The Daily Beast; 6/9/2014. [11]

EXCERPT: The obsessively anti-government Hatriot movement moved from cultivating conspiracy theories to real killing on Sunday in Las Vegas.

The Wingnut Bonnie and Clyde duo, Jerad and Amanda Miller, stormed into CiCi’s Pizza and shot two metro cops, Alyn Beck and Igor Soldo, at close range while shouting “This is a revolution!” They flung the Tea Party’s favorite coiled snake Gadsden flag and a swastika on the still-warm corpses and then moved to a nearby Walmart to murder a shopper before turning the guns on themselves.

But the crime scene chronology only tells part of the story—because the Millers’ Massacre had been brewing for a long time, visible online. Their Facebook pages detail a descent into a murderous rage, railing against a tyrannical government and parroting talking points from fright-wing radio hosts such as Alex Jones and militia movement groups such as the Three Percenters while “liking” the pages of conservative activist groups ranging from the Heritage Foundation to FreedomWorks and the NRA. Miller’s profile picture was a skull wearing an American flag bandana against a backdrop of crossed knives over the word “Patriot.” . . .

. . . . Police sources confirm that the Millers conspired to infiltrate an unidentified court building and execute public officials. The Las Vegas Review-Journal reported Monday that Kelley Fielder, who called the Millers “best friends,” said they left her with a box of documents that officials report included a written plan to murder court officials. The box was recovered Sunday during a police search of Fielder’s apartment. The search also found three empty rifle cases and an empty box used for handcuffs.

Jerad Miller’s anti-government frenzy was whipped up by the extreme right wing echo chamber. Earlier this year, Miller responded to calls to stand with Cliven Bundy in and declared common cause with the renegade rancher. “I will be supporting Clive Bundy and his family from Federal Government slaughter,” he wrote. “This is the next Waco! His ranch is under siege right now! The federal gov is stealing his cattle! Arresting his family and beating on them! We must do something, I will be doing something.” When Miller returned from Bundy’s ranch, he posted that “BLM [Bureau of Land Management] snipers were all over the place.” . . .

. . . . Jerad Miller was a product of his environment, the unhinged right wing echo chamber and its constant drumbeat about government tyranny being imposed on freedom-loving citizens. “Either you stand with freedom, or you side with tyranny,” Miller wrote on his Facebook page in March. “There is no middle ground. We have deluded ourselves into such a notion. There is no grey area.”

Miller was a vocal supporter of libertarian Ron Paul, posting during the fall of 2012: “Ron Paul is the only hope for america and we have all failed him, our children and our grandchildren by failing to demand fair coverage of all presidential candidates. . . .