Once again we come to an anniversary.
Eighteen years ago an agency of the Federal Government carried out an act of state terror.
In plain view of the very compliant mainstream media the so-called Hostage Rescue Team carried out a deliberate lethal force assault on the residence of the Branch Davidians outside of Waco, Texas.
Having left the task of sorting out the innocent and helpless women and children to God, the HRT executed an assault plan that would effectively wipe the Branch Davidians off the face of the Earth. The few adults who did survive were subsequently prosecuted and imprisoned by the Federal judicial apparatus as directed by attorney general Janet Reno.
The deliberate massacre of the Branch Davidians served as a demonstration of what the Marxist leadership of the Democratic Party was willing to do to those who opposed it.
To this day the "intellectual" partisans of the Democratic Party continue to deny responsibility for the deliberate act of mass murder perpetrated by their own leadership. Much as the fellow travellers of the Communist movement denied the crimes of the Soviet Union during the Cold War.
One such person writing in a forum on the Huffington Post, an intellectual cesspit akin to the propaganda agencies of the former Soviet State, having read a previous posting on this subject on this site, declared the author of the post to be "doofus" and that the Branch Davidians were solely responsible for their own destruction.
The fact that a Federal agency initiated the sequence of events. And the fact that the HRT declined to carry out the type of rescue operation, for which they were allegedly established and trained to carry out, in favor of a total lethal force action, were simply blanked out of the alleged mind of the commenter.
The Democratic Party continues to treat this atrocity as a valid act of government and thus continue to act as accessories after the fact to the crime.
I will have more to say concerning the epistemological cause of this pattern of behavior at a future date.
No effort has been made by the subsequent Republican administration to bring the perpetrators of this crime to justice. This constitutes valid grounds for being properly ashamed of being a supporter of the Republican Party.
The following article was electronically published on the LIBERNET Mailing List in 1993. I'm republishing it here for the benefit of those readers who aren't read in as to why I morally condemn the Democratic Party and those who willingly support them.
What are your questions on this block of instruction?