Last week, there was what looked like an armed Mormon rebellion in Bunkerville, Nevada. I say “looked like” because the news media only just barely mentioned that Cliven Bundy, the rebellious cattle rancher, is a Mormon. However, until some actual journalism is done, we can consider the following:
Bunkerville is a Mormon town, founded by polygamist Mormon communists in 1877. The town’s population is about 1,300, and the armed mob that ran off the Bureau of Land Management was reported to be about 1,000. So, we can probably assume that the mob was primarily composed of Mormon townspeople.
Bundy’s apparent militia commander, former Nevada sheriff Richard Mack, is a Mormon. And Mack was enamored of the strategy of using women as human shields. Said Mack:
“We were actually strategizing to put all the women up at the front. If they’re gonna start shooting, it’s going to be women that are gonna be televised all across the world getting shot by these rogue federal officers.”
An idea that only a polygamist could love. I don’t know if Mack is a polygamist, but it’s important to note that polygamist Mormon towns were in a state of rebellion long before the Bunkerville Rebellion. Cliven Bundy has only taken the rebellion to the next level. Polygamy is against the law in the USA, and towns like Colorado City, Arizona should be fenced off and turned into FEMA camps. It’s not enough to put the child-molesting cult leader Warren Jeffs in jail, and have county deputies patrol the town.
And there is a good chance that Bunkerville is a polygamist town. Apparently, these towns discourage people from visiting by not having gas stations and restaurants. And they have very large houses, big enough to hold polygamist families. This blogger claims to be a descendant of Joseph Smith, and says that Bunkerville exhibits all the signs of a Mormon polygamous town.
These are radical, fundamentalist Mormons, and there can’t be that many of them, right? Well, maybe not, however they say that Neo-Confederate bomb-thrower Alex Jones has a lot of Mormons in his radio audience. And Jones brags about how well-prepped his listeners are to wage war on the feds. They have stockpiled food, water, guns, ammo, and libertardian attitudes. Some Jones thralls were at Bunkerville, and Jones had an on-air orgasm when the Mormons trained their sniper rifles on the feds.
The moral of the story is that it is dangerous to dismiss this as a minor incident involving a persnickety old rancher and some Tea Party weirdos. In fact, Cliven Bundy has declared war on America. He has called for Nevada’s sheriffs to disarm every federal agent in the state. (Most of the sheriffs are probably Mormons.) This victory has emboldened Bundy, and he is eager to “bomb the next” target – as Alex Jones likes to say.
And a second war with the Mormons might not be so easy if mainstream Mormons join with their odious fundamentalist cousins. The Mormon Mafia has deep influence, and maybe even control of the nation-security apparatus. See this Los Angeles Times story about the Mormon Mafia in the FBI.
On September 11, 2001 a mystery plane flew menacingly over the White House. The Secret Service had no idea what it was or why it was violating White House airspace, so they ordered an evacuation. Staffers were told to remove their ID badges in case snipers were waiting outside. Women were told to take off their shoes so that they could run faster. Turns out, the mystery plane was a USAF E-4B – the “Doomsday” command-center plane. Here is the CNN story:
The ranking official on board the E4-B was National Security Adviser Brent Scowcroft – a Mormon. We know Scowcroft was on the E-4B because he said so on page 17 of his book “America and the World” in 2009:
“On the morning of 9/11, we were going to fly in one of the president’s flying command posts out to Offutt Air Force Base. We were sitting at Andrews waiting to take off when the first plane hit the Trade Towers.”
Did Scowcroft give the order to practically strafe the White House? Or did the pilot use his own initiative? Were they just flying over to make sure everything was okay? Maybe so, but why didn’t they notify the Secret Service? When I researched this back in 2012, I couldn’t find any explanation, or an interview with the pilot. All we know is that one of our top-secret Doomsday planes with Scowcroft on board terrorized the White House. Was the intent to send a message to the old-fashioned, horse-and-buggy, Constitutional, and now largely ceremonial federal government? A message sent by the Deep State? “We are in charge here.” Shades of Alexander Haig.
Normally, the president has an E-4B follow him around, but he didn’t have one with him in Florida that day. Another telling fact that needs explanation. Who actually makes those decisions anyway? Did Bush give the keys to the E-4B to Scowcroft? Or was the president merely informed that he would not have an E-4B that day? Who is the decider? The Pentagon?
Until we learn more about the Deep State, we must entertain the idea that it is controlled, or heavily influenced by a Mormon cabal. However, I would be shocked to see mainstream Mormons throw in with the likes of Cliven Bundy.
The federal government will need to push back against Bundy one way or another. The job should be given to a special task force comprised of our Mormon federal employees. If a battalion of loyal Mormon troops, and officials were sent to Bunkerville, fewer fundamentalists would rally to the Bundy cause, and there would be a better chance of avoiding open warfare.
An enterprising journalist might be able to get a good story by interviewing the Mormon boys who may have been expelled from Bunkerville, which is necessary in a polygamist system. HBO’s Vice did a segment (season 1, episode 5) on such “lost boys” from Colorado City. What if Cliven Bundy turned out to be the Warren Jeffs of Bunkerville? Now that would be a scoop.
As Vice was filming their piece, they were stalked by “church security” vehicles. The town’s marshals are hand-picked by Warren Jeffs – that’s what happens in a theocracy. This page has a good story about the town.
This page has a photo of a sniper, probably a Mormon, aiming his rifle at federal officials. Of course, there was probably a drone flying above with a Hellfire missile pointed at him.
This page has 50 pictures and videos of the Bunkerville Rebellion.
Here is a story about a non-Mormon couple who moved to Colorado City and the town refused to turn on their water. They won $5.3 million in a lawsuit against the town.