What constitutes a Waco type event

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So besides an action between a group and federal law enforcement, what else could possibly constitute a Waco type event?

Do the recent uptick in ambush shootings of cops constitute that as well?

Do people have to die in order for it to be a Waco event?

I think the recent incidents and accusations of things being false flag incidents certainly constitute Waco type events as its flaming sentiment against the government. Especially by the liberal media.
 

walt willis

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A Waco type event is one that involves any military tactic used in place of normal police action to enforce the law with do process.

See that was easy...
 

Einstein

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Gee. I thought it was government murdering civilians, and then burning all evidence that would have shown any wrong doing. In addition, have a coverup story ready. Just remember, dead men tell no tales.
 

walt willis

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Tyranny can only come to your door in uniform.

Democide is a new term you may want to look in to on YouTube.

Ruby Ridge and Waco events were committed by a government.

Randy Weaver won a law suit for 3.3 million dollars.

Is your church BATF approved?
 

Harte

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From this very forum, a poster describing simple newsworthy events as "Waco-type."
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To find more suuch ridiculousness, one need only look.

Harte
 

walt willis

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I like to think that I have an open mind to the way a liberal thinks, but first I need to be convinced that they do think...
 

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