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“The Freedom Summit conference offers a highly distinguished assortment of the best, brightest, and most entertaining people in the freedom movement today! It is a stimulating periodic update on the current status of freedom in our world from several varied perspectives.
“Rather than seek to present either an optimistic or pessimistic outlook, the Freedom Summit strives to present an honest and very straightforward assessment of the current status of our freedom. And the 2014 Freedom Summit has been crafted to provide a glimpse of the future and how best to position yourself and your loved ones as we transition away from authoritarianism to a voluntarist society….”
“You cannot imagine how angry people are (about the strike). They turned a wedding into a funeral,” Al-Sane, who lives near the town of Radda, where the drone strike took place, told NBC News.”
“There was clearly a wedding party,” said Shiban. He said it’s possible US officials “may have been fed the wrong intel. They saw a group of people waiting in trucks for a convoy and they assumed they were militants, so the made the decision to strike….
“The US has conducted a confirmed 59 to 69 clandestine drone strikes in Yemen in the last several years, according to the Bureau of Investigative Journalism. Of those definite attacks, between 287 and 423 people have died. Many more strikes and deaths, both of suspected militants and of civilians, are believed to have occurred but cannot be verified as such data is not provided by the US government…”
After police concluded a search of Kokesh’s Herndon, VA house on Monday, they charged him with possession of a Schedule I or Schedule II narcotic, namely psychadelic mushrooms, and also having drugs while possessing a firearm. If convicted on that count alone, he would receive a minimum sentence of two years in jail.
Kokesh was scheduled to be arraigned Wednesday, but reportedly refused to leave his holding cell. He finally made his appearance before a judge the following morning, but had to be carted in on a wheelchair because he refused to cooperate.
“He happened to be in a wheeled chair because he did not want to walk,” First Lieutenant Steve Elbert of the Fairfax County Sheriff’s Office told WTOP News.
When he was wheeled before a judge to be arraigned, Kokesh reportedly refused to speak.
“I’ll take your silence as your consent,” a Fairfax County judge told him, according to WJLA News.
Alex’s guest today is Alfred Adask, the publisher of the AntiShyster News Magazine who was identified by the federal government as one of the top dozen anti-government activists during the 1990s.
Eddie Craig is an Air Force veteran that began realizing that the government was lying to the people at virtually every turn. He earnestly began his research into government rules and statutes in the mid 90’s after he witnessed his mother breakdown into tears of hopeless frustration over a property tax bill that threatened to take away her property and home.
Will banksters implode economy? Don’t sit around with a bunch of guns talking about some physical confrontation. We don’t want it to go to that. The pen is mightier than the sword. Use It! This is not a game…it is WAR!!!