As I wrote here, The Siege of Bundy Ranch goes on. So does the need for volunteers, money and supplies. I have dubbed the Three Percenters in the desert the “Virgin River Volunteers.” “The Virgins” and the Oath Keepers have a particular need at the moment for camouflage netting to provide shade for the troop and operations areas as well as fighting positions. I have a feeling that there’s a lot of that sort of thing out there in barns and garages left over from the 90s that is surplus to us aging old fart’s needs. You might have netting but no poles and spreaders or poles and spreaders but ne netting. That’s all right. If you will drop me an email if you have anything you wish to donate, I will see that it gets matched up with needs on the ground, transportation assets to move it there, etc. The Oath Keepers intends to use such assets and equipment after the Bundy operation is concluded for other such needs as they arise. No one is going to profit from your generosity except the prospective victims of federal violence and the volunteers who desperately need the shade.
In addition, we need experienced logistical veterans — personnel, food service, communications, S-4 planners, heck, even clerks and drivers. If you will drop me an email, I will hook you up with the right Oath Keeper contacts at the Bundy Ranch Siege so you can schedule your next vacation in sunny south Nevada, a short hop from the R&R mecca of Lost Wages. (Did I make it sound artificially cheery enough? — The important operative word in the above is “scheduled”. There have been appeals to rush out with all assets, without much thought to the mundane necessities of working out vacation time from your job, permission of wives and sweethearts, and the needs of the operation for a consistent, flowing turnover of volunteers.)
There is history being made out in the Nevada desert, folks. You may recall these lines from the Bard:
We few, we happy few, we band of brothers;
For he to-day that sheds his blood with me
Shall be my brother; be he ne’er so vile,
This day shall gentle his condition;
And gentlemen in England now-a-bed
Shall think themselves accurs’d they were not here,
And hold their manhoods cheap whiles any speaks
That fought with us upon Saint Crispin’s day.
2 thoughts on “The Siege of Bundy Ranch goes on, and so does the need for volunteers, money and supplies, especially — at the moment — camo netting.”
My Fellow Patriots:
Man,.. I do wish I was out there!
Besides being a “Field-Marine” for 4 years,.. I also did 2 years in the S-4 Shop.
S-4 is where I really found out that war/conflict can be reduced to one word or two words, which are: Logistics,.. & Logistical Support!
As I said before,.. the Feds have the upper hand here,…. all they are going to do is wait awhile. wait for people to get tired, wait for people to leave,.. wait for the money,… the logistical support to dry up.
The better strategy would be to set up a rotating roster so people get a break, and can then rotate back in every second or third week so there is always primary/secondary/reserve force ready, and a chance to get the supply/equipment needs identified and contingency plans developed for shortages, short notice of actions, and hasty engagment scanarios worked out.
This is the “quite” time of the fight,… there is always quite time in a coming fight,… there is always a multitude of details to envision and plan for.
Not everyone is suited to it, so best to identify the strengths, and weakness of each person and their potential contribution to any set of circumstances,… and this is best worked out during these,.. “quite times”.
All I can do is wish everyone there luck, prayers,… and a reminder,… we are all in this fight,… Bundy’s ranch is just one little spot in a big country that is repleat with infiltrators, traitors and 5th columnists,.. but this is an EXCELLENT opportunity for people to hone their skills for what will be in the near future.
JD – US Marines – God bless all the Patriots down there. If there was a way for me to get there (I’m in NJ),.. I would already be there.
Has anyone thought to call in Corpsmen and Medics? Always helpful in the field.