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Red Pill Review: Waco – The Rules of Engagement

This review from our Red Pill Documentaries page covers Waco – The Rules of Engagement which was released in 1997. 

On February 28’Th 1993 the home of David Koresh and his followers was attacked by A.T.F. agents. This attack led to a siege that lasted fifty days, and ended with the F.B.I. burning the ranch to the ground. This slaughter of seventy-six U.S. citizens included more than twenty children, two pregnant woman and Koresh himself. 

This documentary covers the Congressional Hearing, investigating the horrible crimes of the A.T.F and the F.B.I., which followed. The film brings into light the fact that the original raid by the A.T.F was unnecessary and done for publicity. The evidence revealed in this hearing also shows that the F.B.I. never intended for the inhabitants of the ranch to come out of this conflict alive. 

The film points out the F.B.I.’s use of C.S. gas on the inhabitants of the compound, even though they had information that the children (still in the compound) had no gas masks that would fit them, and brings us very graphic pictures of the burned corpses of children that had suffered so greatly before death. These bodies showed the effects of the gas that the F.B.I. had sprayed into the building. These horrifying images of tiny burned bodies, whose muscles had convulsed so violently before their death that they broke their bones, are very hard to look at. 

The way that the F.B.I and the A.T.F justified their actions at this hearing is nearly as disgusting as the graphic pictures. After watching this film one will be convinced that the actions of our federal government were nothing short of murder. 

I find it very interesting that all eleven survivors of the Waco massacre were fully acquitted of the deaths of the A.T.F. agents on grounds of self defense. This brings up a very important question which is; if the Branch Davidians were defending themselves, then why was no government agent charged with a crime? 

I believe that this crime was committed in order to show the American people, what happens when you defend yourself against our tyrannical government. By doing what they did, they sent us the message, that if you if you ever try to defend yourself they will torture and burn you and your children. 

I challenge all red blooded Americans to watch this film, and remember the names and faces of the people responsible for this murder and cover up, so that when we take back our country, we can finally bring these monsters to justice.        

This review from our Red Pill Documentaries page covers Waco – The Rules of Engagement which was released in 1997. 

On February 28’Th 1993 the home of David Koresh and his followers was attacked by A.T.F. agents. This attack led to a siege that lasted fifty days, and ended with the F.B.I. burning the ranch to the ground. This slaughter of seventy-six U.S. citizens included more than twenty children, two pregnant woman and Koresh himself.  

This documentary covers the Congressional Hearing, investigating the horrible crimes of the A.T.F and the F.B.I., which followed. The film brings into light the fact that the original raid by the A.T.F was unnecessary and done for publicity. The evidence revealed in this hearing also shows that the F.B.I. never intended for the inhabitants of the ranch to come out of this conflict alive. 

The film points out the F.B.I.’s use of C.S. gas on the inhabitants of the compound, even though they had information that the children (still in the compound) had no gas masks that would fit them, and brings us very graphic pictures of the burned corpses of children that had suffered so greatly before death. These bodies showed the effects of the gas that the F.B.I. had sprayed into the building. These horrifying images of tiny burned bodies, whose muscles had convulsed so violently before their death that they broke their bones, are very hard to look at. 

The way that the F.B.I and the A.T.F justified their actions at this hearing is nearly as disgusting as the graphic pictures. After watching this film one will be convinced that the actions of our federal government were nothing short of murder.  

I find it very interesting that all eleven survivors of the Waco massacre were fully acquitted of the deaths of the A.T.F. agents on grounds of self defense. This brings up a very important question which is; if the Branch Davidians were defending themselves, then why was no government agent charged with a crime? 

I believe that this crime was committed in order to show the American people, what happens when you defend yourself against our tyrannical government. By doing what they did, they sent us the message, that if you if you ever try to defend yourself they will torture and burn you and your children.  

I challenge all red blooded Americans to watch this film, and remember the names and faces of the people responsible for this murder and cover up, so that when we take back our country, we can finally bring these monsters to justice.      

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0 Responses to Red Pill Review: Waco – The Rules of Engagement

  1. Mark Schumacher says:

    There were more troops on the ground in Waco than Obama committed to in Libya. Not to mention the pay-offs and favors promised afterwards.

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