FUSA Bulletin: They’re Coming for YOU Next | The Tactical Hermit


The Trump Raid and the End of the United States

For those of you that have been paying attention, this should not come as any surprise.

The closer we get to 2024 the more Branden and his Stasi (F.B.I.) Stooges will accelerate the FUSA timeline.

Expect Legal Harassment and Open Reprisals on ANYBODY not toeing the Globalist/Marxist Line.

Oh Yeah, You Can’t Vote Your Way Out of This.

If You Haven’t Made Up Your Mind who the REAL ENEMY is, maybe this will help.

State Sovereignty and Secession are our only Life Jackets at this Point.

Prepare to Repel Boarders…

Sri Lanka crisis: Daily heartbreak of life in a country gone bankrupt – BBC News


…In recent months largely peaceful protesters have had live rounds shot into their midst,
tear gas has been indiscriminately fired at crowds in which small
children were present. In queues for essentials, the mildest shows of
displeasure have been met with brutal beatings…

Declare Your Independence From Tyranny, America | ZeroHedge News | Truth2Freedom’s Blog


Authored by John W. Whitehead & Nisha Whitehead via The Rurtherford Institute,

Imagine living in a country where armed soldiers crash through doors to arrest and imprison citizens merely for criticizing government officials.

Imagine that in this very same country, you’re watched all the time, and if you look even a little bit suspicious, the police stop and frisk you or pull you over to search you on the off chance you’re doing something illegal.

Keep in mind that if you have a firearm of any kind (or anything that resembled a firearm) while in this country, it may get you arrested and, in some circumstances, shot by police.

If you’re thinking this sounds like America today, you wouldn’t be far wrong…

Biden urges ban on assault-style weapons and gun age limits – BBC News

Comment by tonytran2015: Without the 2nd Amendment, USA may become an authoritarian state and a Tiananmen Square protests and massacremassacre will kill more people every year.


President Joe Biden has said the US should ban assault-style weapons and high-capacity magazines to
tackle the “carnage” of gun violence.

10 Times Empire Managers Showed Us That They Want To Control Our Thoughts

By Caitlin Johnstone The single most overlooked and under-appreciated aspect of our society is the fact that immensely powerful people are continuously working to manipulate… 10 Times Empire… Go to Source Author: Activist Post

Russia Navalny: Putin critic given nine-year jail sentence in trial branded ‘sham’ – BBC News


Russia’s most prominent opposition figure Alexei Navalny has been given nine years in a “strict regime penal colony” in a fraud case rejected by
supporters as fabricated.

Navalny was detained when he returned to Russia last year, after surviving a poisoning he blamed on the Kremlin…

FBI Invites Public In On Its Forfeiture Racket, Promises Them A Cut Of The Take | Aletho News


By Tim Cushing – techdirt – March 16, 2022

There aren’t many ways to make something as objectively awful as civil asset forfeiture worse, but the FBI has found a way to do it. As it stands now, forfeiture allows law enforcement to take cash and property from people under the (unproven) theory that it was illegally obtained. The rest of the process does nothing to prove the theory. The burden of proof is often shifted to people who had their stuff taken by law enforcement and the process of seeking the return of property is so expensive and counterintuitive, most people just take the L and move on.

The FBI wants to make asset forfeiture even shittier. It’s rolling out what appears to be a pilot program in Charlotte, North Carolina — supposedly a major hub on the East Coast drug distribution chain. Behold these (also unproven) claims the FBI has deployed to justify its new forfeiture ride-along program.

The FBI Charlotte Field Office is offering cash rewards for tips that help agents intercept drug trafficking shipments through Charlotte. With multiple interstates running directly through the Queen City, the route is appealing to traffickers who deliver their products and transfer the cash proceeds up and down the East Coast. While law enforcement agencies are effective at intercepting many of the shipments, the FBI recognizes the value the public can offer to our investigations.

Did you get that? Multiple interstates leading to a large city is all the “evidence” the FBI needs to call literally any city with a network of accessible roads a hotspot for drug trafficking activity. Everything is a hub and every road is an artery. That’s how the interstate highway system works. And because it works, every road must be a drug trafficking route and every city must be simultaneously a source for drug distributors and the home to thousands of drug customers.

All of North Carolina is suspect, according to the FBI. To clean up this southeastern drug paradise, the FBI is asking the public to contribute to its government theft program.

If a drug/cash shipment is successfully seized, the tipster could receive up to 25% of the seized money. FBI Charlotte will use the Department of Justice Asset Forfeiture Program to pay tipsters. Currently, the new program is only active in the Charlotte metro area with plans to expand across North Carolina in the future.

The FBI has set up an SMS accessible tip line in addition to its normal field office phone numbers. Tipsters who know where some drug cash might be found can directly profit from providing information that points agents in the direction of seizable property.

Unlike other tip lines with reward offers like CrimeStoppers, there’s no need to wait around to see if the tip results in arrests or convictions. The civil asset forfeiture process doesn’t require arrests and convictions, only nebulous accusations about the cash itself, which is named as the “defendant” in forfeiture proceedings as though it committed criminal acts all by itself.

And while it might be tempting to flood the tip line with bogus reports, keep in mind making false statements to federal agents is a federal crime, one that can lead to real, in-fucking-federal-prison sentences. It isn’t like filling out a false police report, which may lead to little more than a few months of probation and local cops treating future reports as highly suspect. Federal crimes are no joke and the FBI loves to catch people lying because it allows the DOJ to add to its prosecutorial wins even when agents are unable to find evidence of any actual criminal activity.

The hard rule (DON’T!) about talking to federal agents without a lawyer present applies here as well. Think about it. You provide a tip, thinking you’re doing a good deed by sending agents to seize the ill-gotten gains of an alleged criminal enterprise. But if any entity is capable of ensuring no good deed goes unpunished, it’s the FBI.

Agents may decide the submitted tip indicates the tipster is involved in drug trafficking or, at the very least, may be able to provide even more tips on criminal activity. This may lead to some in-person “interviews” with agents who — as noted above — can always accuse a tipster of lying if they believe they’re not being fully honest about their relationship to the seized cash or the people who formerly possessed it. They may also attempt to pressure a tipster into becoming a federal snitch and make their lives miserable if they refuse to play ball.

No good can come of this. No good comes from civil asset forfeiture and this invitation for the public to skim the federal government’s take makes it much, much worse. If the FBI’s going to be this stupid, it’s time for federal lawmakers to take this abusable revenue stream away from it by requiring forfeitures to be tied to convictions.

Cold War, Socialism, and the Foreign Policy of Eisenhower and John Foster Dulles | PA Pundits – International


William Federer ~
Forty-five countries fell to socialism and communism during the Cold War, often with brutal purges.
“There is only one defense — a defense compounded of eternal vigilance, sound policies, and high courage.” —John Foster Dulles, Secretary of State during the Cold War, to the Overseas Press Club in New York, March 30, 1954
The Cold War began after World War II, as tensions grew between the United States of America and the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, 1947 to 1991.
The threat of direct nuclear attack loomed with the policy of mutually-assured destruction (MAD), but the Cold War was mostly waged through proxy wars in countries such as:
Afghanistan, Albania, Angola, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Benin, Bosnia, Bulgaria, Cambodia, China, Congo, Cuba, Croatia, Czech Republic, East Germany, Eritrea, Estonia, Ethiopia, Georgia, Herzegovina, Indonesia, Hungary, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Laos, Latvia, Lithuania, Macedonia, Moldova, Mongolia, Montenegro, Mozambique, North Korea, Poland, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Somalia, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Ukraine, Uzbekistan, Vietnam, and Yemen.
Forty-five countries fell to socialism and communism during the Cold War, often with brutal purges.
In the Ukraine, an estimated 25 million died in Soviet purges.
In the Western Hemisphere, Mexico opened the U.S.S.R’s first embassy in 1924, with socialist politician Leon Trotsky moving there in 1936.
Liberation theology and social justice movements paved the way for socialist and communist influences to grow in Central and South America.
Campaigning for his FOURTH term as President, Franklin Roosevelt condescendingly remarked November 4, 1944:
“Speaking here in Boston, a Republican candidate … said that, quote, ‘the Communists are seizing control of the New Deal, through which they aim to control the Government of the United States.’ Unquote.
However, on that very same day, that very same candidate had spoken in Worcester, and he said that with Republican victory in November, quote, ‘we can end one-man government, and we can forever remove the threat of monarchy in the United States.’ Now, really – which is it – Communism or monarchy?”
Roosevelt answered his own question when he told the American Youth Congress, February 10, 1940:
“The Soviet Union … is run by a dictatorship as absolute as any other dictatorship in the world.”
Though political theorists argue otherwise, every communist country is run by a communist dictator – Stalin, Mao Zedung, Pol Pot, Castro, Ho Chi Min, Kim Jong-Il, and others.
In this sense, communism effectively operates a monarchy — an imperial totalitarianism.