Last month, a leaflet called 'When Should You Shoot A Cop?' turned up at one of the Occupy Wall Street camps, in Arizona. Yesterday, the man who wrote it turned up in a podcast by America's leading Nazi.
The latest podcast by Wicked Harold Covington can currently be found here. Be advised that some people (as well as cops!) may find parts of it offensive.
For those who want to get straight to the issue at hand, the rant, with Covington's introduction, can now be found here.
The man behind this leaflet is Larken Rose. The original video - without Covington's introduction - can be found here.
Mr Rose also has his own website; his main preoccupation appears to be the immorality of taxation and big government. On racial issues he is certainly no fellow traveller of Harold Covington, but by the same token, on issues of liberty, Harold Covington is no fellow traveller of Adolf Hitler.
There has of course been a certain amount of manufactured controversy over the document issued by Mr Rose, but the sad fact is that today many Americans from all backgrounds regard their government as an occupation or even a tyranny. With over two million people in prison, civil asset forfeiture, agents of the TSA groping innocent people travelling from A to B, and the American Empire engaged in a series of no-win wars with young men being shipped home in their thousands in bodybags, all in the name of an endless war on terror, this is hardly surprising. And we haven't even mentioned the reasons for the ongoing Occupy Wall Street movement, rising unemployment, people living in tent cities all across the nation, and the banksters bleeding the country and indeed the world, dry.
When students, pensioners, blacks, whites, Hispanics, anarchists, Libertarians, Nazis and even the churches make similar noises about the country going down the tubes, it is time for the people at the top to listen.
Here is Mr Rose again, taking a swipe at the TSA.
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