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The Hostile Deep State Revisited

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Chuck Frank

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 What a person may ask today is what is America’s latest and greatest problem? From the bleachers I see down on the playing field a nation divided which has lost its way, while 95% of the people have truly lost their country to the top 5% who managed to accomplish their goal through decades of corruption, hostility and devious means, whereby destroying the very sacred fabric that held America together which had been one nation devoted to family, peace, love, joy, favor, mercy, forgiveness,\ patience, sacrifice and generosity. But how did this happen?

Little by little the power brokers came who were the top 5% who had the money and the influence and laid a blueprint which would rapidly change the very face of the America to where it is today. If it were not for criminal infiltrators who ended up in the various State and Federal Agencies, it was ex corporate lobbyists or executives who filled key positions within government who were not elected by the people nor were they even specialists in the field that they had been appointed to. Though they were there, in theory, for the benefit of the people, they ended up in those positions to either protect those corporate elites or were chosen because they favored a fruitless ideology that was part of the blueprint that had been given to them for a job that was meant to further an agenda, but not necessarily for the benefit of “we the people.”

The American dream and the people have been hoodwinked into believing that the separation of powers and the two party system would be something they could use in electing persons who would actually benefit the people and thus offer voters a say in their own government. If this were true, then why is there so much corruption in government along with those officials who generally take care of their own, yet who are also above the law and do not adequately perform their duties as servants of the people? And if there is an oath to their office, that would have them perform their
duties faithfully and to the letter of the law; why are they not doing it?

It is because they are imposters and have alternative motives within their field of government service. Without mentioning any names and their dastardly deeds I challenge the reader to do their homework and observe the many injustices that lie within the halls of the State legislatures,
Congress and its many agencies, the courts, the universities, the AMA, Big Pharma, the Forest Service, the Mainstream Media and the many other cesspools that are complicit with their own desires, along with their love of money, power, as well as those merciless and hostile agendas within
county and city governments. It is all there. And yes, it is deep,such as the Deep State that is far from being drained. Their presence is everywhere and yet there may be light at the end of the tunnel.

The darkness hates the light and it can only hide for a time. Now is the hour for the vast darkness that has spread its cloud over all America to finally be exposed.

TS Radio Network: Whistleblowers! More on the Forest Service

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Wild Horse Freedom Federation finds out the truth about America’s wild horses & burros

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Source: Wild Horse Freedom Federation

   

Letter from USDA’s Forest Service informing us that they had no records of the Devil’s Garden wild horses for almost a 4 month period of time (Click on each page to enlarge or print)

by Debbie Coffey, V.P. & Dir. of Wild Horse Affairs, Wild Horse Freedom Federation

Wild Horse Freedom Federation has been working diligently, over many years, trying to find out the truth about what is happening to America’s wild horses & burros.

We currently have 9 Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuits filed for violations of FOIA law by the Bureau of Land Management (BLM). More

American bison facing extinction

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Source:  Buffalo Field Campaign

American bison a Species of Conservation Concern is a collaborative project dedicated to securing protection for the wild species and their habitat on National Forests.

June 6, 2019 is the final day to submit public comments for American bison on the Custer Gallatin Forest plan revision

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MAIL TO:
Custer Gallatin National Forest
Attn: Forest Plan Revision Team
P.O. Box 130 (10 E Babcock)
Bozeman, MT 59771

The Custer Gallatin National Forest is revising its’ forest plan that will determine how American bison and their habitat are managed for decades to come.

The agency released a Draft Environmental Impact Statement with a range of alternatives on American bison for public comment. (June 6, 2019 is the final day for commenting).

Please write comments in support of strengthening Alternative D (WordPDF) by setting strong standards to achieve the “desired condition” of viable, self-sustaining populations of American bison on the Custer Gallatin National Forest.

Listing American bison as a species of conservation concern, reintroducing fire as a natural force in expanding habitat, removing barriers to migration, securing habitat connectivity, are a sample of comments to advocate for.

We will post updates to Buffalo Field Campaign’s comments here (WordPDF).

Your comments – written in your own words – are invaluable! Tell them you support American bison’s freedom to roam National Forest habitat. Thank you!

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Advocates Bonnie Kohleriter & Carla Bowers on the Devil’s Garden wild horses in California (Wild Horse & Burro Radio, Friday, 11/16/18)

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Join us for Wild Horse Wednesdays®, FRIDAY, Nov. 16, 2018

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Our guests tonight are advocates Bonnie Kohleriter and Carla Bowers, who will tell you about the wild horses in the Devil’s Garden Wild Horse Territory in the Modoc National Forest in northern California.  They’ll tell you about the recent roundup of over 900 wild horses from 258,000 acres.  They’ll tell you what the Forest Service is planning to do with do with these wild horses.  They’ll also tell you about the corrupt politics behind all of this.  The devil is in the details.

This show will be hosted by Debbie Coffey (V.P. and Dir. of Wild Horse Affairs) of Wild Horse Freedom Federation.

To contact us: ppj1@hush.com

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Forest Service chief resigns over allegations of sexual misconduct

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Tony Tooke

Source:  High Country News

by Carl Segerstrom

Tony Tooke stepped down from his role but disputes allegations against him.

The chief of the U.S. Forest Service, Tony Tooke, resigned on Wednesday after allegations of sexual harassment against him surfaced. According to PBS NewsHour, which first reported the accusations, the Forest Service hired an independent investigator to look into allegations that Tooke had improper relationships with subordinates before he became the head of the agency. Tooke has worked for the Forest Service for nearly 40 years.

In a letter to employees announcing his retirement, Tooke touted his dedication to the agency and deflected blame for his actions. “Each employee deserves a leader who can maintain the proper moral authority to steer the Forest Service along this important and challenging course,” Tooke wrote.

“In some of these news reports, you may have seen references to my own behavior in the past. This naturally raised questions about my record and prompted an investigation, which I requested and fully support, and with which I have cooperated,” Tooke wrote. “I have been forthright during the review, but I cannot combat every inaccuracy that is reported in the news media.”

Tooke did not specify what reports he labelled inaccurate.

“There’s so much work to do in the field of sexual harassment and elsewhere that it was the right thing for him to do to resign so the agency can get back to work,” said Sharon Friedman, the editor of the New Century of Forest Planning blog, a hub for discussion of public land issues.

Federal land management agencies have been slow to take action in recent years, as evidence of a widespread culture of harassment came to light. Agencies like the Forest Service and National Park Service, which have predominantly male workforces, have long standing issues of harassment and sexism and a history of not holding workers accused of harassment accountable. Reporting has found that agencies swept complaints under the rug by rotating employees and in some cases even promoted staff accused of sexual harassment.

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