The Trenchers Say Goodbye To Another Hero – Our Brother Koyote

Hard news once again as our brother from Oklahoma leaves us. Koyote’s gravel voice and tough words are what made this man special, something hard to find in today’s world,  he fought hard to eliminate the wrongs that have brought us all together.

A mix of people who fight daily to eliminate the treason and to reinstate the Bill of Rights and common law which so many a American National shed blood for. Koyote (Mark) understood all too well and he blessed us with his thoughts and prayers on a daily basis. He knew his time was short and he gave everything to the fight. 

Mark didn’t pull any punches, he talked liked he walked, proud with sure steps as he and Jill kept a strong presence on our great site. Mark loved us all and fought hard with his kind but tough words to all that would listen.

Many of us caught Mark’s ire if we stepped out of line, myself included and eventually a special bond soon ensued, a bond that makes our site so special, a family of special people who love freedom and will fight daily to keep it. A family loyal to our beloved Bill of Rights and common law.

Mark was a tough cookie, very rare in today’s world, a man proud of his American National heritage and proud of his family background. He wanted nothing more than for all of us to be happy and free, and he died while fighting for it. This makes our brother a hero, one of many heroes our family here have had to say goodbye to.

Rest assured he is with Christ his Lord who he loved so much and shared prayer so often. So I say along with all of you, goodbye Mark we loved you and always will have you in our hearts and prayer, and we will watch over your Jill, as I’m sure you would expect.

11 thoughts on “The Trenchers Say Goodbye To Another Hero – Our Brother Koyote

  1. A nice tribute to Koyote. Thank you, Mark.

    ‘and we will watch over your Jill, as I’m sure you would expect.’ I am convinced his days here with us were lengthened due to Jill’s love and care. It is upon us to care for her through this difficult time as best we can.

    1. Yes, because that is what its all about, us helping each other, as we all know we have been lied too and stolen from and those with the stolen billions look at us like shit on a hula hoop.

  2. Thank you Mark. And thank you to all of the Trenchers for the prayers and help. It will be a bit yet before I can let the emotions flow, staying in shock helps me to take care of the business ends along with my own prayers for the strength and determination needed.

  3. Hey Mark, thanks for naming him a hero. This whole thing is making the Christmas Season a bit bittersweet. Without this great friend it just will not be the same. It’s hard to focus on all the news, all the stories of tragedy or deception or treason. For me, it won’t be the same wading through all of that without Koyote here to lay low the hypocrisy and evil. He always went the distance, and with a truth-arrow that pierced the lie and rendered it pathetic. I can’t think of a better way to honor him than to try to be more like that. The whole society is too damn polite!!

    And Koyote was like The Energizer Bunny; no matter what you threw at him, he’d always bounce back and even fiercer than before. And he loved you through it, even when you had a different point of view than his own. It was uncanny how you just could not offend him. Yesterday, when Henry came up on the air and did a tribute to him, which was powerful and awesome, there was one thing he said about Koyote that shot right threw me: “He brought the fight to him.” Wow!! For me, that was almost like the creation, regarding Koyote, saying, “Here, you want to see what fearless is? Well, this is it.” What an amazing gift, and it’s from Henry, too. More fearless guts. And from any Trencher who speaks the truth. We are learning fearlessness in its highest capacity. What teachers we have.

    So back to the Christmas Season… I guess my tears will be with me for a while. And I ask myself how to make this season real, how to keep it from the grab of materialism and superficiality. One thing that helps is knowing we are there for Jill. That is a comfort. It’s also a testament to what The Trench is. It’s not just about our most important and urgent fight but also about love and respect, friend-to-friend. May it continue to be supported and flourish to face what’s ahead. At least I know none here is alone.

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    1. ‘And I ask myself how to make this season real, how to keep it from the grab of materialism and superficiality. One thing that helps is knowing we are there for Jill. That is a comfort. It’s also a testament to what The Trench is. It’s not just about our most important and urgent fight but also about love and respect, friend-to-friend. May it continue to be supported and flourish to face what’s ahead. At least I know none here is alone.’

      taking care of each other… that is what keeps it real

      1. You’re welcome, Mark. Can’t say why but it takes me longer than most to get over things. I really miss him.

        🙁

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          1. So over the years we’ve seen Trenchers pass and it’s never easy. It gets me hoping that the fight for our Bill of Rights will catch fire with the young, especially with people in their 20’s, 30’s, and 40’s. My husband and I really make it a point to reach out to the young. Our 14 yr. old grandson recently spent a week with us and we had many good conversations about self-determinism and about freedom. Surprisingly, he was really interested and receptive. The idea of being at the helm of his own life was very appealing to him. And we talked about common sense as a pretty much tried-and-true method of discerning between right and wrong, and between healthy and detrimental. Of course there was much more detail but this is just to give an idea that there are some positive indicators out there that the torch will be received, carried, and remain lit. Kids really are pretty smart when you wash off school.

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