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Re: Memo From Washington Gestapo Tyranny
Dear Ms. Schmidt,
If you are the Chairman of the Organized Crime Advisory Board, then
this email is for you. Otherwise, it is just an annoying piece of spam
by an ignorant, drunken asshole who is too stupid and lazy to use the
InterNet search engines effectively.
I am writing in regard to a memo that was posted on the CypherPunks
mailing list, and which was attributed to yourself (if you are the you
that I think I am writing to).
I am currently involved in a project to warn the unwitting, such as
myself, about the Evil Farces which are striving to subject the whole
world to being on their knees (and we all know what people on their
knees do, don't we?).
I would like to use your memo in writing a chapter of Part III of
'The True Story of the InterNet,' but I find myself in an ethical dilema
in this regard.
Although I am a known liar, thief, forger and FUD artist, I have still
managed to hold on to a modicum of basic human integrity.
I have a sick sense of humor which is apparently only appreciated by
myself, since no one ever responds to me, but I have fun, just the same,
by using bad forgeries and shallow deceptions to try and ridicule those
things which decent people hold sacred. I am pretty much shameless when
it comes to usurping peoples Net personas and twisting their words to
make them look like fools and assholes, but even I have my limits.
To tell the truth, although I have always considered myself to be
the funniest person in the world (but looks aren't everything, eh?),
when I read the memo below, which is attributed to you, I laughed so
hard that I fell off my chair, broke three ribs, blew snot all over
myself, and peed my pants.
I haven't done that since the guy with the paper bag over his head
said, "I just flew in from LA, and boy, are my arms tired!" (He was
a paper bag joke terrorist.)
Anyway, I intend to use the memo below to help other people blow
snot all over themselves by reading about how we need to destroy the
last tattered fragments of the Constitution in order to protect the
children of America from people who are "separating their middle and
last names with a comma or colon."
Since I plan to attribute the memo to yourself, you should contact
me to let me know if you're really just pulling people's legs (like
your email address suggests).
Although I enjoy peeing my pants as much as the next person, I would
feel bad if people took your memo seriously, by mistake, and overthrew
the government when they realized that their tax dollars were going
toward putting out memos suggesting that inmates defending themselves
and people requesting information from government agencies are a threat
Although I am a Cult of One InterNet Terrorist known as TruthMonger
McVeigh, and my ultimate goal is to overthrow all the governments of
the world without ever leaving my house (except to go to the bar,
two blocks away), even I would not stoop so low as to attribute the
memo below to a Fascist, Nazi pawn of the Evil One unless they really
wrote it (not even if they did have an Aryan name).
Although I always forage my email headers because I have permanently
misplaced my scruples, you can find out how to contact me by asking
some of the CypherPunks, such as Tim C. McVeigh, Alan McVeigh, William
Geiger McVeigh III, ? the McVeigh, Damaged McVeigh, Attila T. McVeigh,
and A McVeigh To Be Named Later.
Terrorist, A. Bad
"I'm in the Book"
A goddamn Commie fucking spy @ home wrote:
> Wow, Assassination politics (as Anonymous claims) made its way into the
> anti-terrorism manuals...
> In misc.survivalism, Anonymous wrote:
> > State of Washington
> > Washington State Patrol
> > General Administration Building
> > P.O. Box 42600
> > Olympia, Washington 98504-2600
> > (360) 753-6540
> >September 17, 1997
> >TO: Washington State Senators
> > Washington State Representatives
> >FROM: Representative Karen Schmidt, Chairman [sic]
> > Organized Crime Advisory Board
> >SUBJECT: Paper Terrorism
> >It has been brought to my attention that anti-government
> >organizations have been utilizing a tactic called "paper
> >terrorism" to effectively disable government. Commonly, public
> >officials are personally targeted. This widespread practice is
> >accomplished by overburdening our communications, business, or
> >judicial systems with frivolous or repetitive petitions, property
> >liens, and small claims court actions.
> >Enclosed is a brief explanation of this process. If you feel you
> >are a victim of "paper terrorism," I encourage you to contact the
> >Washington State Patrol, Organized Crime Intelligence Unit, in
> >Olympia at (360) 753-3277, for assistance.
> > PAPER TERRORISM
> >Since the early 1990's there has been a noticeable increase in
> >the number of people across the country who have joined and
> >continue to participate in the anti-government movement. These
> >individuals view themselves as victims of a government conspiracy
> >to take away their individual rights and liberties. They do not
> >recognize most forms of county, state, and federal government and
> >therefore create their own self-styled government. National
> >speakers in the anti-government extremists or "Patriot" movement
> >conduct recruitment and information seminars across Washington
> >State, as well as the entire country. These seminars and
> >recruitment meetings fuel bizarre conspiracy theories and
> >communicate new trends within the anti-government movement.
> >Paper terrorism has grown from a trend to a full scale tactic
> >used upon businesses, private individuals, government services
> >and elected officials.
> >Paper terrorism is designed to clog government services with
> >meaningless requests which consume time and disrupt schedules.
> >In the private sector paper terrorism is an attempt to extort
> >money, goods or services. Some examples of paper terrorism
> >* Bogus liens placed upon personal property of government
> > officials and private individuals.
> >* Frivolous lawsuits filed in state and federal courts against
> > businesses and government entices [sic].
> >* Drafting and passing counterfeit bank checks and other
> > fraudulent negotiable instruments aimed at defrauding the
> > financial community and businesses.
> >* Common Law Courts that issue homemade subpoenas to citizens,
> > businesses and government officials.
> >* Challenging judges in an effort to disqualify them on a
> > current case and to repeat their motions to disqualify these
> > judges from hearing future cases by referencing the prior
> > challenges.
> >* Scheming to avoid paying state sales tax during a purchase
> > by declaring to be a non resident and then filing claims
> > with the state's risk management section if refused.
> >* Disrupting the court system by persuading fellow jail
> > inmates to defend themselves as Patriots, thus tying up more
> > of the courts and prosecutors time.
> >* Distributing the extremist Citizens Handbook to foster jury
> > nullification.
> >* using the Internet to promote extremist ideas such as
> > "Assassination Politics" or predicting the date of death of
> > a law enforcement officer or government official to win a
> > cash price.
> >* Filing bogus claims in small claims court.
> >* Requesting information from courts, government agencies,
> > elected officials and businesses in the form of frivolous
> > questions in an effort to consume employee's time.
> >Tell-tale signs of Patriot extremists can often be found in their
> >conversation or written documents. Common indicators are
> >biblical passages, referring to the state as a "republic",
> >calling zip codes a "postal zone", refusing to acknowledge direct
> >questions, separating their middle and last names with a comma or
> >colon, placing a thumb print on a document, claiming the court
> >has no authority, or using the phrases: all rights reserved,
> >without prejudice, UCC 1-207, pro se, sui juris, united states,
> >Black's law.
> >Analysis and Trends
> >These anti-government extremists and supporters are convinced
> >citizens are being systematically oppressed by an illegal,
> >totalitarian government. They believe the time for traditional
> >political reform has passed, that their freedom will only be
> >secured by resistance to the law and attacks against the
> >government in several forms.
> >Members of these groups bond to one another and lose contact with
> >other people who hold different opinions. The isolation works to
> >reinforce their views, which in turn gives them new purpose.
> >This new purpose may take ordinary ideas to extremes, rationalize
> >their problems into blaming government, and cause members to
> >compete with each other to make stronger statements.
> >Trend and Incident Reporting
> >If you become victimized by paper terrorism, contact the
> >Washington State Patrol Organized Crime Intelligence Unit at
> >(360) 753-3277, extension 121. All acts reaching a criminal
> >level should be referred to your local law enforcement agency or
> >prosecutor's office.
> >[end transcript]