FBI brings bomb dogs to hospital demonstration in effort to smear dissent against state kidnapping of children on political grounds as domestic extremism
Paul Joseph Watson
Monday, October 11, 2010
UPDATE: Today we have learned that the New Hampshire DCYF is preventing Jonathon Irish from even seeing his child at all. This is clearly a violation of basic visitation rights. Authorities cite “security threats” as the reason for blocking visitation, without explaining what those threats are. Irish, his fiancé Stephanie and Oath Keepers founder Stewart Rhodes will appear on The Alex Jones Show today.
In an effort to chill free speech and smear those who dare to stand up for their constitutional rights as terrorists, the FBI sent bomb-sniffing dogs into Concord Hospital New Hampshire on Friday to coincide with a protest against the snatching of a baby by the DCYF, which was partly justified on the basis that father Jonathon Irish was affiliated with the Oath Keepers organization and owned guns.
The court-ratified affidavit used to rip newly born Cheyenne Taylor from her mother’s arms, which was confirmed on Saturday by the Union Leader, cites Irish’s association with the Oath Keepers, a peaceful group of current and former police and military professionals committed to disobeying unconstitutional orders, and also Irish’s ownership of guns, as two justifications to take the baby.
The affidavit in support of the decision to take the child states, “The Division became aware and confirmed that Mr. Irish associated with a militia known as the Oath Keepers and had purchased several different types of weapons, including a rifle, handgun and taser,” confirming that political beliefs were, amongst other reasons, one of the primary factors behind the snatching of the baby.
The full affidavit can be read below.
In reaction to the controversy, half a dozen people gathered to show their support for Jonathon Irish and Stephanie Taylor at a demonstration on Friday at the hospital.
Despite there being no threat, no warning and no genuine purpose, “FBI bomb-sniffing dogs were at Concord Hospital on Friday after demonstrators gathered to protest a newborn being removed from her mother’s care by the state,” reports WMUR 9 News.
“The hospital said there was no threat made….The FBI left the hospital without finding anything threatening,” adds the report.
In other words, the feds wanted local news to report on the bomb sniffing dogs in order for the public to make a connection between the demonstrators and violent terrorists, while also attempting to legitimize the seizure of the baby in the first place by creating contrived paranoia and suggesting that a protest involving less than a dozen people was a genuine terror threat.
By manufacturing a non-existent bomb threat, the feds were keen to send a message that people who oppose the lucrative government child abduction racket, where babies are seized in return for massive cash incentives and the children sold on to transnational corporations like Dyncorp and Halliburton who run sex slave rings, are domestic extremists.
According to innumerable federal and state reports, the American people are now considered to be the number one terror threat. Anyone who exercises their rights from whatever political persuasion is now considered a domestic extremist. The State Department now officially defines protest as “low-level terrorism”. In addition, the Southern Poverty Law Center is now working with the DHS, ensuring that people who express political opinions deemed “extremist” by the SPLC are being directly fingered and targeted as terrorists.
(ARTICLE CONTINUES BELOW)
The key aspect to this story is not whether Irish’s past behavior justified the state taking the baby. CPS and other child snatching agencies are notorious for inventing and exaggerating evidence as a means of taking children, because they get paid tens of thousands of dollars for each kid snatched.
The issue is that the court ratified the DCYW report which directly stated that Irish’s political views and his ownership of guns were two good reasons for taking the baby. We now have CPS agencies acting as political officers, persecuting people for their political views by seizing their children.
We saw another example of this when activist Barry Cooper lost custody of his 7-year-old son because he taught the boy to mistrust the government, an action that deemed Cooper and his wife Candi to be “unsuitable parents,” according to charges leveled by police officers in CPS documents.
On page five of the CPS case report, police level the shocking claim that the Coopers are “unsuitable parents” because they teach their children “the government is out to harm them”.
The fact that the government is oppressing its political opposition by seizing their children is and always has been the key aspect to the Irish story.
In a related development, despite the fact that stealing babies on the pretext of the political beliefs of the parents is a hallmark of brutal dictatorships like North Korea, eugenics-loving leftist websites like Wonkette found only sardonic humor in the story.
Presumably, Wonkette wouldn’t have found a newborn baby being ripped from its mother’s arms funny if the government had cited anti-war beliefs as one of the reasons for seizing a baby from liberal parents, but when it happens to a “right-winger,” it’s hilarious.
“Wonkette finds it absolutely hilarious that anyone might be alarmed that political associations (with a group whose greatest sin is a refusal on the part of its members who are agents of the U.S. government to enforce unconstitutional orders) and weapons possession might be among the reasons listed for the state taking custody of a child from its parents,” writes Reason’s Brian Doherty.
“The author and commenters goes on with some incredibly mean-spirited class-based mockery that is actually kind of extraordinary–especially in the monolithic ability of people to laugh at baby snatching as long as it occurs to those kind of people. We don’t like those kind of people. There is even an incredibly un-self-aware, head-up-the-ass comment asking the angry right-wing populists to do a racial inversion on the situation (the parents are white)–not wondering for a minute how funny Wonkette Assembled would find all the assumed language, class, and diet mockery in the thread in the case of such an inversion.”
Paul Joseph Watson is the editor and writer for Prison Planet.com. He is the author of Order Out Of Chaos. Watson is also a fill-in host for The Alex Jones Show. Watson has been interviewed by many publications and radio shows, including Vanity Fair and Coast to Coast AM, America’s most listened to late night talk show.
This article was posted: Monday, October 11, 2010 at 5:22 am