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Bundy Supporters “Better Have Funeral Plans’ Says County Commissioner Tom Collins (Videos)

By Susan Duclos

 

It is a good thing the militias showing up in Nevada to support Cliven Bundy and his family are armed because it looks like this might become a bloody battle, another Waco or Ruby Ridge after all, if the words of Clark County Commissioner Tom Collins ( Phone # - 702-455-3500 or Collin's personal assistant at 702 - 455-354) are any indication of as he tells Utah residents that are heading to Nevada to support the embattled, terrorized Bundy family, that they "better have funeral plans!"


Via InfoWars:


The comments were revealed by Darin Bushman, a Piute County, Utah, commissioner after he spoke with Collins about Utah ranchers and his colleagues on the County Commission complaining about tactics used by Bureau of Land Management agents during their seizure of Bundy’s cattle in southern Nevada.

“I was just told by commissioner Collins of Clark County NV that all of us folks from Utah are a bunch of “inbred bastards” and if we are coming to Clark Cointy NV to support Cliven Bundy we all “better have funeral plans”. We should “turn our asses around on mind our own f-ing business”. Now there’s some classy leadership for you,” wrote Bushman on his official Facebook page.

The Bundy family has said time and again they do not want violence, they only want their preemptive land rights (their family has been using the disputed land since before the existence of the government terrorists that are assaulting family and supporters and stealing his cattle and destroying 100 year old water tanks) and their foraging rights, acknowledged and respected.

 

The Bundy family has been fighting this battle against the Bureau of Land Management for over 20 years and it is now coming to a head as the BLM and federal agencies declare areas for the "First Amendment," set up sniper kill boxes, use K-9 dogs and taser Bundy supporters.

 

It looks like Mr. Bundy is now a symbol of states' rights, land owners' rights against the federal government's overeach and terrorism against them.


More numbers to call from Thursday's article:


Bureau Of Land Management Phone Number:  (202) 208-3801

Brian Sandoval Email Contact Form- http://gov.nv.gov/Contact/Governor/
Brian Sandoval – Carson City Phone # - (775) 684-5670
Brian Sandoval Las Vegas Phone # -(702) 486-2500
Senator Dean Heller Contact Form - http://www.heller.senate.gov/public/index.cfm/contact-form
Phone #’s For Heller – Reno: 775-686-5770/ Las Vegas: 702-388-6605/ Washington: 202-224-6244
Sheriff Douglas Gillespi - (702) 828-3231 or (702) – 828 – 3111
Email: [email protected]
Steny Hoyer: Phone – (202)- 225-4131
Steny Hoyer Email Contact Form - https://hoyer.house.gov/email-steny

FLOOD THEIR PHONES, EMAILS, FAXES AND IF CLOSE ENOUGH, GO TO THEIR OFFICES IN PERSON AND HAVE A LITTLE CHAT WITH THESE PEOPLE.







Cross posted at Before It's News


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The letter reads, “The recent extreme weather events and record breaking temperatures in North America and all over the world leave no doubt, if any doubt persisted: we must act, and act fast, on climate. The world's scientists have made it clear that unless bold action is taken it will no longer be possible to avoid climate chaos.”

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This letter shows, though, that Americans are not the only citizens concerned about the drastic impacts the unnecessary exploitation of Canadian tar sands will have on the climate: “A large majority of Canadians are concerned about climate change and want our government to consider the long-term implications and the need for immediate action to reduce our emissions. We also need the leadership of the United States and President Obama,” the signers say.

“We know that this struggle won’t end overnight; we have much work ahead of us. But history is made at events like these. I join with our American friends in saying to President Obama: We need your leadership on climate, starting right now. Reject this pipeline, and we will support your decision in every way we can,” they conclude.

CONTACT: Daniel Kessler, 350.org, [email protected], 510-501-1779

1. The full text of the letter is below:

I am supporting the tens of thousands of people converging in Washington, DC on Feb. 17 as part of the "Forward on Climate" rally. The recent extreme weather events and record breaking temperatures in North America and all over the world leave no doubt, if any doubt persisted: we must act, and act fast, on climate. The world's scientists have made it clear that unless bold action is taken it will no longer be possible to avoid climate chaos.

President Obama was encouraging in his inaugural address, when he said, "We will respond to the threat of climate change, knowing that the failure to do so would betray our children and future generations...Some may still deny the overwhelming judgment of science, but none can avoid the devastating impact of raging fires, and crippling drought, and more powerful storms." One of the first steps he can take is to reject the Keystone XL pipeline, a project that would drive reckless expansion of Canada's tar sands. The tar sands hold an enormous pool of carbon, which must be left in the ground if we are to have a fighting chance to meet the climate challenge. Denying the permit would be just the sort of bold action scientists say we need.

This is in our interest because Canada is extremely vulnerable to the consequences of escalating climate change. As a northern nation, we already see warming in the Arctic; with the longest marine coastline, we will be hammered by rising sea level; and climate sensitive areas such as agriculture, forestry, fisheries and tourism are already being impacted.

That's why, as a Canadian I am working with other individuals and organizations to inform Canadians about the social, economic and ecological costs of the expansion of tar sands production and pipelines, such as Enbridge Northern Gateway and Kinder Morgan Transmountain. A large majority of Canadians are concerned about climate change and want our government to consider the long-term implications and the need for immediate action to reduce our emissions. We also need the leadership of the United States and President Obama.

We know that this struggle won’t end overnight; we have much work ahead of us. But history is made at events like these. I join with our American friends in saying to President Obama: We need your leadership on climate, starting right now. Reject this pipeline, and we will support your decision in every way we can.

Sincerely,

David Suzuki, Professor emeritus, UBC, Vancouver

Tzeporah Berman, Author, BA, MES

Naomi Klein, author

Mark Jaccard, Professor of Sustainable Energy, Simon Fraser University, Vancouver

Clayton Ruby, C.M. B.A., LL.B., LL.M., LL.D. (honoris causa)

Elizabeth May, O.C., Member of Parliament, Saanich-Gulf Islands and Leader of the Green Party

Maude Barlow, National Chairperson, Council of Canadians, Ottawa of Canada

Chief Allan Adam of the Athabasca Chipewyan First Nation

Sarah Harmer, a Canadian singer-songwriter and activist

Prominent Canadians Support Forward on Climate Rally

OAKLAND, Calif. - February 11 - Prominent Canadians from a variety of backgrounds have signed on to a letter in support of the “Forward on Climate” rally on February 17, when tens of thousands of committed activists will converge on Washington DC to tell President Obama to act on the climate crisis. (1)

The letter reads, “The recent extreme weather events and record breaking temperatures in North America and all over the world leave no doubt, if any doubt persisted: we must act, and act fast, on climate. The world's scientists have made it clear that unless bold action is taken it will no longer be possible to avoid climate chaos.”

“Forward on Climate” will be the largest climate rally in American history. One of the rally partner organizations, 350.org, says the first step to putting our country on the path to addressing the climate crisis is for President Obama to reject the Keystone XL tar sands pipeline. His legacy as president will rest squarely on his response, resolve, and leadership in solving the climate crisis.

This letter shows, though, that Americans are not the only citizens concerned about the drastic impacts the unnecessary exploitation of Canadian tar sands will have on the climate: “A large majority of Canadians are concerned about climate change and want our government to consider the long-term implications and the need for immediate action to reduce our emissions. We also need the leadership of the United States and President Obama,” the signers say.

“We know that this struggle won’t end overnight; we have much work ahead of us. But history is made at events like these. I join with our American friends in saying to President Obama: We need your leadership on climate, starting right now. Reject this pipeline, and we will support your decision in every way we can,” they conclude.

CONTACT: Daniel Kessler, 350.org, [email protected], 510-501-1779

1. The full text of the letter is below:

I am supporting the tens of thousands of people converging in Washington, DC on Feb. 17 as part of the "Forward on Climate" rally. The recent extreme weather events and record breaking temperatures in North America and all over the world leave no doubt, if any doubt persisted: we must act, and act fast, on climate. The world's scientists have made it clear that unless bold action is taken it will no longer be possible to avoid climate chaos.

President Obama was encouraging in his inaugural address, when he said, "We will respond to the threat of climate change, knowing that the failure to do so would betray our children and future generations...Some may still deny the overwhelming judgment of science, but none can avoid the devastating impact of raging fires, and crippling drought, and more powerful storms." One of the first steps he can take is to reject the Keystone XL pipeline, a project that would drive reckless expansion of Canada's tar sands. The tar sands hold an enormous pool of carbon, which must be left in the ground if we are to have a fighting chance to meet the climate challenge. Denying the permit would be just the sort of bold action scientists say we need.

This is in our interest because Canada is extremely vulnerable to the consequences of escalating climate change. As a northern nation, we already see warming in the Arctic; with the longest marine coastline, we will be hammered by rising sea level; and climate sensitive areas such as agriculture, forestry, fisheries and tourism are already being impacted.

That's why, as a Canadian I am working with other individuals and organizations to inform Canadians about the social, economic and ecological costs of the expansion of tar sands production and pipelines, such as Enbridge Northern Gateway and Kinder Morgan Transmountain. A large majority of Canadians are concerned about climate change and want our government to consider the long-term implications and the need for immediate action to reduce our emissions. We also need the leadership of the United States and President Obama.

We know that this struggle won’t end overnight; we have much work ahead of us. But history is made at events like these. I join with our American friends in saying to President Obama: We need your leadership on climate, starting right now. Reject this pipeline, and we will support your decision in every way we can.

Sincerely,

David Suzuki, Professor emeritus, UBC, Vancouver

Tzeporah Berman, Author, BA, MES

Naomi Klein, author

Mark Jaccard, Professor of Sustainable Energy, Simon Fraser University, Vancouver

Clayton Ruby, C.M. B.A., LL.B., LL.M., LL.D. (honoris causa)

Elizabeth May, O.C., Member of Parliament, Saanich-Gulf Islands and Leader of the Green Party

Maude Barlow, National Chairperson, Council of Canadians, Ottawa of Canada

Chief Allan Adam of the Athabasca Chipewyan First Nation

Sarah Harmer, a Canadian singer-songwriter and activist