Faking out the Feds (or your country's benighted
By Don Croft <email@example.com>
August 9, 2004
Carol, Lilly and I busted most of the underground stuff in and around Las
Vegas, Nevada yesterday. We picked a Sunday morning becuase that's sleepy
day for feds, generally, and Sunday traffic gives one a better chance to
spot the spotters. In this case, the CIA seemed to predominate--a lot slicker
than the FBI but not as rough, either.
The Las Vegas cops already let us know that they weren't pleased
about our visit to their town, so we were quite concerned about them.
About the only contribution I made that day, aside from brute
strength (MAN those pipes are hard to pound into the ground around here!)
was my suggestion to get to the farthest target first, as that usually gets
the feds chasing their tails early in the game.
So, this is my tip and it works every time. Well--to be honest,
we used an invisibility technique which I can't tell you about without Carol
shooting me but now that we have a private board she may let me be more
forthcoming about it. It's pretty simple but you have to have a little bit
of faith and confidence for it to work.
As we were leaving the Mt Charleston target, the feds began
arriving in a convoy, so we became invisible to them as we passed them in
the opposite direction on the way out of there. They searched the Toiyabe
Forest/Cathedral Rock area for a couple of hours after we'd gotten back
to the city. Carol kept checking on them. Not a single Las Vegas cop even
noticed the car yesterday, nor did any of the feds that we happened upon,
saw us. That's the test, of course.
There are 3,000 cops in Las Vegas and perhaps as many Homeland
Security Abominations. I wish Chief Billy were in charge here so that the
cops would all be friendlier, though of course there are some good ones
here, as anywhere else. The Internal Affairs detective who interviewed Carol
and I and relayed our human rights complaint to Officer Kyprios' supervisor
was quite facilitating, for instance.
Lilly's really, really good at that technique and she used
it on me everytime I got out of the car (I wore my 'covert shirt,'--the
bright green Hawaiian one). She did it so well, in fact, that when Carol
and she drove back by to pick me up they had a hard time seeing me standing
by the road until they got very close.
Since I was unable to use my favorite hand and arm gesture
at the feds that day, the ladies kept asking me, 'Are you bored?'
Tip two: since the feds are mainly
engaged in massive-scale, professional masturbation these days, now that
we all know that America has no terrorists except them, I stick
my arm out the window when I get their attention, then vigorously demonstrate
the appropriate gesture for them. It drives the arrogant FBI SAICs absolutely
berserk, but only makes the CIA guys and gals a little more paranoid and
By the way, do it at all the helicopters and light aircraft
that surveille you, right before you blast the snot out of them.
Carol noticed that when some feds see us on the street, they
literally race away these days and none of them are stupid enough to get
on our tails any more.
Unfortunately, on the way home we didn't even see any feds,
but today's a new day!
We really didn't want any cops or security guards seeing me
hammering a device (looks like a pipe bomb) into the ground yesterday though
it wouldn't be so bad to share a jail with my friend, Constantin, under
"We shall no longer hang on to the tails of public opinion or to a
non- existent authority on matters utterly unknown and strange. We shall
gradually become experts ourselves in the mastery of the knowledge of the
Etheric Warrior Comments:
Location: Reno Nevada
Posted: Mon Aug 09, 2004 2:40 pm Post subject:
Ditto on the hard nevada soil. I've only got one in the whole way with the
rest only three inches at best. Need a roto hammer next time.
Great new site and post. Richard
Location: Valencia, CA a real nest of undead
Posted: Mon Aug 09, 2004 4:46 pm Post subject: Rock crevices
Another great thing is to get the things into crevices between large boulders
and such, cuz they simply can't get to them, without moving a mountain of
Earth. We do this on all our high profile missions, because they search
out orgone a lot, after a gifting mission. There always seems a crevice
about, and the things drop and wedge...and we smile at that, always.
Location: Valencia, CA a real nest of undead
Posted: Mon Aug 09, 2004 4:48 pm Post subject: Over gift
and always over-gift. If you think it needs 2, toss 5. Think ya need 20,
bring fifty. They can't ever get them all. And with that much orgone around,
they have to get PJ droids to do it, and they're pretty retarded and usually
are prisoners, community service conscripts, to boot.
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