Adam Kokesh Timeline

 

 

 

 

7-9 Adam Kokesh Raided By Federal Police

http://www.dailypaul.com/291954/adam-kokesh-raided-by-federal-police

7-18 Kokesh releases statement: I will run for office in 2020

http://www.dailypaul.com/293091/adam-kokesh-jailhouse-interview-video

9-4 comment – “I don’t feel comfortable with him not getting his donations”,

http://www.dailypaul.com/297684/are-we-all-gonna-let-adam-kokesh-rot-in-a-jail-cell#comment-3189216

9-9 Adam Kokesh Released from Solitary Confinement but Still in a Cage

http://www.dailypaul.com/298632/adam-kokesh-released-from-solitary-confinement-but-still-in-a-cage

9-17 Adam Kokesh Update: Adam Out of Solitary! Upcoming Court Dates

http://www.dailypaul.com/299528/adam-kokesh-update-adam-out-of-solitary-upcoming-court-dates

9-26 Adam Kokesh Robbed of $50k – Full Coverage on Thurs. Allison Bricker Show

http://www.dailypaul.com/300422/adam-kokesh-robbed-50k-full-coverage-on-thurs-alison-bricker-show

Court date: 10/07/2013 09:30 AM Felony Status Conference

Court date:  10/24/2013 09:30AM Jury Trial

 

 

Ventura suing over ‘American Sniper’ book in Minn. court

http://www.upi.com/Top_News/US/2013/09/24/Ventura-suing-over-American-Sniper-book-in-Minn-court/UPI-30051380049688/

ST. PAUL, Minn., Sept. 24 (UPI) — A defamation lawsuit filed by former Minnesota Gov. Jesse Ventura against the widow of a former Navy SEAL will not be moved to Texas, a judge said.

Ventura sued Chris Kyle for a passage in his book, “American Sniper,” in which Kyle describes a bar brawl with an unidentified man spouting conspiracy theories about the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, the war in Iraq and then-President George W. Bush.

Only later did Kyle reveal Ventura as the purported conspiracy theorist, the Dallas Morning News said Tuesday. Ventura denies the fight ever happened.

Thousands of School-Hating Children Taking Advantage of Toy Gun Suspension Policies

News of the many suspensions and expulsions of grade-school aged children for pointing toy guns, sticks, or fingers at schoolmates and saying the word ‘bang’ has not gone unnoticed among the nations school-hating youth.

Then We Arrested The First Senator. Then We Ordered A Pizza.

Please note: <i>The following is filed under the category of fiction for two reasons.  First: because it has not happened yet and second: because so many of the facts have been changed out of necessity that it is no longer an entirely true story.  However, I am still very sure you will like it :)</i>

I don’t know any names.  I don’t know any dates.  I don’t know any locations.  All I know is that I am a member of a group of over 80 people spread across our vast and great nation who, for the past 6 years, have been plotting the arrest and detention of a Senator, Congressman, Judge, or Governor under the charge of high treason against the United States of America.

And that the arrest will occur in the next two weeks.

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We always assumed that we were being watched

It didn’t take long for that classic question to come out: “what if they’re watching us right now?  What if one of us is CIA?”

When I asked, it was more ‘tongue in cheek’ than serious.  I was already heavily invested by that time, and there had been more than enough evidence for any reasonably intelligent person to draw their conclusion by then to make my inquiry seem naive at best.

Still I asked it, and still I meant it.  If this guy, my ‘contact’ in the organization wasn’t able to provide at least a bullshit non-response, if his laugh wasn’t wholehearted, then I simply wasn’t interested.  I don’t need any more feathers in the wind.

But the answer he gave proved to be more telling than it first appears:  “I was hoping you would ask that.”

“We expect the NSA, Homeland Security, CIA, all them a-holes to be watching.  And we give them plenty to watch.”
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Birth of an Idea: The Bankster protest

It all started, simply enough, with one short easy question:  If we actually could arrest one of the Washington War Criminals, what would that look like?

This question seemed innocent enough amongst the particular people I was hanging out with that day – The Great Bankster Protest of ’09 – and it may have passed unnoticed, since we’d all heard it so many times before, except this time I wasn’t willing to let it go.

“You’d need a jail.” I said, “Handcuffs, a vehicle, and definitely some video cameras.”
“And an arrest warrant” came a voice from the crowd.
“And a cattle-prod, most likely!”
“Sure, but how would you ever get close enough to serve either?” came that voice again.

A voice I wouldn’t hear again for more than 2 years.

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(first of many parenthesis moments) This story can not be told in a classic narrative fashion of ‘this happened, then this etc.’  This story can only be told episodically – meaning that the punchline has already been delivered: that there will be a citizen’s arrest of either a congressman or a senator, captured live and broadcast live via the internet, with all relevant paperwork filed, charges, et al, for what it’s worth.  The things most worth writing about did not happen in chronological order so a ‘beginning to end’ version of this story would not read well.   The Q&A session that follows should be helpful.

The arrest will not be based on any particular vote or action from the particular C/S.  It will not be based on the amount of time the individual has been in office.  It will not be based around any one particular issue.  It will be based on the number of treasonous votes times the amount of time in office divided by a random sequence generated by atmospheric noise.

…We couldn’t allow recent events to weigh too heavily in favor of a ‘candidate’ since such votes for or votes against so often disappeared into the vapor of history without comment.  Would a vote against war in Syria weigh in favor of a ‘candidate?’  The randomizer systems helped again of course.  

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Which came first – The ‘group’ or Daily Paul?

I joined Daily Paul after I was recruited.  I needed to prove my writing/documenting skills and establish an in with a widespread internet forum.  My writing was previously and easily established via http://www.biodiesel.infopop.cc where I posted under the name ‘clean and green’.  My current and ongoing internet presence was more easily provided via Daily Paul.

The operation

The randomization

The randomization was done for a bunch of reasons.  We didn’t want any one person or faction to take over the movement.  We didn’t want any CIA infiltrators to gain power through means forthright or subtle.  we also felt an obligation to future peoples’ movements to provide a platform of sorts to build upon.

The broadcasting

The Telling

I was chosen for the job of telling this story through our normal process – random sequences were selected, personal desire to do the job was implied, the group voted on it, the magic 8-ball was consulted.

Table of Contents

How did I join this group

It all began with the simple question.  Until then I hadn’t been planning on joining a secret group intending on arresting a congressman or senator.  After the meet I felt quite agreeable to the idea.

How did we organize

We formed what we came to refer to as a ‘Limited Anarchy.’  A good analogy would be a ship that had everyone’s hands on the wheel, with everyone having a potential ability to sink himself and everyone else on board.  Since natural human tendencies like trust sometimes sink ships, we programmed into the software countermeasures against trust.  An example would be that anyone who was consistently on the winning side of votes would have this count against them in the amount of ‘weight’ the program added to their vote.  Time in the group also counted against a member’s machine-calculated confidence level.  Rather than trusting someone because they’d been in since the beginning, the program would distrust them for this.  Alternately, new members were given increased clout during votes.

 ‘Leia’ (the more humanized name given to the program as a convenience and demi-pronounciation of the initials for Limited Anarchy – L.A.) became the completely unhinged member of the tribe who had disproportionate power at her disposal, and an uncanny ability to know when she was being watched.

How did we communicate

We had ‘open’ sessions and ‘closed’ sessions.  Open sessions were conducted on open phone lines that were ripe for monitoring, during which we spoke openly on a separate innocuous topic – let’s say, the opening of a cake decorating shop.  More intensive conversations went over secure encrypted lines.

How did we choose which C/Senator to arrest

How did we decide when to do act?

How did we finance the project

How did we assign decision-making power

((I just learned the definition of the word ‘footnote.’  Please see below.))
(1) Cheese required with meals in Wisconsin http://www.slashfood.com/2009/10/19/wisconsin-apple-pie-and-cheese-dont-always-go-together/

Definition of Moral Hazard – A Bottomless Bag of Cookies.

Imagine a five-year-old comes to you and asks if they can have a cookie.

“Yes.” you say, “there’s a bag full on the counter in the kitchen. You may go and get one.”

Can you guess what will happen?

Now can you guess who’s fault it is when they take three cookies?

If you said either the child or the parent, you are wrong. There’s always a shared responsibility in any human interaction. While disciplining the child for his decision to disobey, a parent must also discipline themselves to not provide their children with such opportunities in the first place.

This is how I understand Moral Hazard.

 

http://www.dailypaul.com/230030/definition-of-moral-hazard-a-bottomless-bag-of-cookies

Three Questions for Dr. Paul

Me:

Good afternoon, Dr. Paul. Are you ready for your your 3 questions sir?

Ron Paul:

Lay it in me bro.

Me:

Can I get you some water, coffee or something?

Ron Paul:

Water’s for wimps. I’m an athlete.

Me:

Fair enough. OK, last question then:

Q.3(a-c): Given that the American Revolution of 2012 will largely be a restoration of the Constitution as the supreme law of the land; Do you feel that it would be yours, or any president’s duty, or right, to restore the 9th or 10th amendments directly, or to direct such a restoration, or should a reclaiming of state’s rights be entirely at the discretion of the state/people/marketplace?

(Ron Paul’s Answer.)

Me:

Thanks for the time, Representative Paul. Promise me you’ll enjoy the rest of your time here in Wisconsin, OK?

Ron Paul:

I’m not answering any more questions Chris.

(please note this interview never happened yet).

 

http://www.dailypaul.com/228499/three-questions-for-dr-paul

What to Say When Someone Says A Vote for Paul is a Wasted Vote

I tell them they have it backwards: a vote for the ‘presumptive winner’ in an election is the wasted vote, not the other way around.

Simply, if Romney is going to win anyway, why bother taking the effort to drive to the polling place etc.? Heck, if Romney et al does win you ‘winning team bandwagon jumpers’ can still claim you voted for the winner and get to join in the fun like with Obama in ’08.

If someone tells you they’re voting Romney, suggest to them they go home and get a nap in since their boss has to let them leave work and go ‘somewhere’ on voting day…

Am I being devious or just too honest?

P.S. Bart Simpson had a similar experience when he lost the class president race by a vote of 1 to 0 when even he couldn’t bother to make the effort. Ha ha.

Infobomb Advice and Door to Door Protocol

Hello,

My name is Chris, I’m 34, and have been a Ron Paul supporter since my early 20s.

I was also a door-to-door representative for the local paper for many years.

In 2008 campaign I discovered the joy of handing out Ron Paul brochures to my newspaper prospects. I also rediscovered the fun of putting stickers on things.

I’ve seen many other fine advise and legal guides created by other Ron Paul supporters which you should also read because the information that doesn’t overlap with what I’ve layed out is generally useful.

The following is the best advice I can think of, which I humbly submit for your consideration. If there’s something I’ve overlooked please add it to the comments.

Part A: IF YOU’RE DOING POSTER HANGS, STICKERS, BANNERS

1. Have brochures handy for when someone stops you and asks what you think you are doing.

Let the brochure do the talking about Ron Paul rather than going into a long conversation in the middle of the street.

2. Be polite at all times.

Most people have been trained by their TVs to dismiss Ron Paul as the one who can’t win, and they will honestly be confused about why you are supporting him. Others will verbally attack you. The only way to win an argument is to avoid getting into one. A man convinced against his will is of the same opinion still. And yelling back may feel good but it just adds gasoline to the fire, and the silent witnesses to an exchange will forever associate our movement with bad behavior if they see it. The best response to someone who tries to rope you in to an argument about politics is to say you’d love to stay and chat but you have to go, maybe some other time, here’s a brochure.

3. Know the law but also know your rights.

Private property is protected but nobody can stop you from using the commons for political discourse. Explain to anyone who tries to interfere with your legal activity that you do know your rights, and that you will seek recourse through the courts if they try to interfere. If the individual is a police officer, let them know that you understand they are only trying to do their job, that any orders they may have received to harass you are illegal orders, and that you don’t want to but will if necessary use the legal system for redress should they try to interfere with your God-given and Constitutionally protected rights.

4. Don’t act like you are doing something wrong and people won’t suspect you are doing something wrong.

95% of success is faking it till you make it.

5. Wear light colored clothing by day and brightly colored clothing if out after dusk.

Reflective night safety vests are always a good idea if you are walking at night. They also let other people know that you desire to be seen and aren’t trying to hide your presence by cover of darkness. Never ever wear black or very dark clothes after nightfall. People learn their reality from the movies and nobody in black at night is up to any good in the movies.

Day or night, light blues and greens are best, followed by white, light purple, yellow, and pink. These colors set people at ease. Avoid red and orange clothing as these colors are well known to cause a sense of readied awareness or caution in people. If anyone tells you that colors aren’t as powerful as is claimed, skip the traffic light, hunting outfit, and traffic cone explanations and point them straight to the works of Andy Warhol.

Part B: IF GOING DOOR-TO-DOOR TO DISTRIBUTE INFORMATION

DON’T:

Don’t put anything in a mailbox.

Almost anywhere else is usually legal but a mailbox can only be used by the USPS and the resident.

DON’T knock three times.

Twice is kind of pushy. Once is almost always all that’s necessary to alert someone you are there. If they don’t answer a second knock they are definitely not going to answer so don’t waste anymore time waiting for them.

DON’T waste time.

Door-to-door promotions usually pay by the sale, not by the hour. While it can be real fun to run into another Ron Paul supporter and have a lengthy discussion, DO remember that your purpose is to knock on doors and get more ‘sales’, and politely disengage yourself from any conversation that goes on too long or diverts to unrelated topics. These conversations can waste even more time than arguments. Recognize and avert them.

DON’T look at the door after you knock.

Look at the porch. Look at the rail. Look at the tree. DO Let them see you first rather than watching them reach and open the door. Basic survival stuff here. Imagine being in the woods and discovering an animal has been staring at you and you’ll get the idea. Conversely, when a person is able to see you for a few seconds and say the first words of the conversation, they naturally feel that they are in control of the encounter.

DON’T look into windows. Self-explanatory.

DON’T ask unattended children when their parents will be home.

-You’re not going to plan your schedule around a single house, and children ALWAYS tell their parents that someone asked when they get home, and make them sound like a stalker not a friendly salesman. DO give them a brochure and ask them to give it to their parents when they get home.

DON’T go anywhere that you might encounter a dog. This includes behind tall gates around the backs of houses, or even inside a house with dogs. Even the best trained dogs can bite for the first time if they sense that their owner is anxious. If a dog runs up to the door unexpectedly, raise your hands while stepping back and letting the owner know you don’t want to meet their dog and that they’d best keep it away from you. (If I haven’t mentioned it already, all the advice I’m giving is based on experience not theory.)

DON’T be nervous

DO have fun

RON PAUL for president!