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Date: Mon, 01 Sep 1997 08:31:30 -0700
To: "simmons" <simmons@camasnet.com>
From: Paul Andrew Mitchell [address in tool bar]
Subject: SLS: Liberal media in Idaho (fwd)
Cc: letters@lmtribune.com


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At 07:34 AM 9/1/97 -0700, you wrote:
>This is what we are faced with in the future of our endeavor to
>rid ourselves of the federal presence in Idaho County. Of
>course, they won't print a rebuttal to Bill Hall's trash. Maybe
>some people could e-mail a short note to >letters@lmtribune.com
>about the lumping together of people, who are trying to preserve
>the way of life and government that the founders intended, as
>right-wing, extremist, militia, fanatics. This article is from
>the Lewiston Morning Tribune of Aug. 31,1997.
>Tom Simmons > simmons@camasnet.com
>Maybe your wife and dog are FBI agents
>Bill Hall
>The intriguing question is not how many latter-day Nazis,
>militia members and defiant racists now live in Idaho. 
>The intriguing question is what percentage of them are FBI
>undercover agents. 
>That question is probably not half so intriguing to me as it is
>to latter-day Nazis, militia member and defiant racists. It's
>the sort of question that could make a person itchy if he is a
>regular at extremist meetings and goes out for a beer afterward
>with one of the boys. 
>If that really is one of the boys? 
>Or is that one of the G-men? Is it one of THEM? 
>The strange part is that the few hundred political oddballs who
>have taken up residence in Idaho in the past few years tend to
>be kind of paranoid without any help. They tend to see
>government agents manipulating everything in this society. And
>they're probably wrong except for their own meetings where the
>guy presiding may be an FBI undercover agent. 
>Or maybe it's you, brother. Or maybe you, sister. 
>Or maybe it's me. We could be everywhere. We may even be you.
>That's how strange you are. You could be us and we could be you
>and you would never know for sure. 
>If I thought like that, I'd go hide in the hills, too. 
>The great tidal change in all of this is that the prime targets
>for undercover infiltration by federal agents today are more on
>the right than on the left. A generation and more ago, it was
>the opposite. The anti-war movement probably included dozens of
>long-haired, tie-died FBI agents. 
>And in the generation before that, it was generally and probably
>accurately suspected that a fair percentage of the members of
>the American Communist Party were FBI agents. Without those
>federal dues the American Communist Party might have been even
>more anemic than it was -- perhaps too weak to survive. 
>But it boggles the mind to realize that some of the cookies
>brought to the fund-raising bake sales of the American Communist
>Party were baked from ingredients purchased at government
>expense. Thus the Communist Party was the only political
>organization during those years enjoying the luxury of
>government subsidized dessert. 
>Similarly, today a certain percentage of the folks hanging out
>in Idaho are some sort of federal agents willing to undergo the
>humiliation of putting on a shrunken T-shirt and riding around
>Idaho in a pickup truck with their beer guts hanging out, their
>agent wives in the back and their federal bird dogs sitting in
>the warm cab beside them where a good Idaho bird dog belongs. 
>As an Idaho native, cringing at each overdone national news
>report on the bizarros of Idaho, I take solace in knowing that
>whatever the alleged number of racist, government-hating
>survivalists, the actual number is somewhat less because a
>certain percentage of these people are feds and therefore don't
>count. A certain percentage of them don't actually hate the
>government. They are the government. 
>And maybe some of the county commissioners and school board
>members and city council people and even the congressmen around
>here aren't really as far out as they pretend. There couldn't be
>that many of them in one little state without federal
>I just hope if Congressman Helen Chenoweth actually is a federal
>agent infiltrating the Idaho delegation that she isn't
>doubled-dipping by drawing both salaries. 
>Actually, if I were an Idaho extremist (and I am, but of a
>different sort), I would be most suspicious of the people who
>appear to be most loyal to the movement. It is human nature when
>posing inside an organization to go a bit overboard and try to
>appear so fervent that you leave no one in doubt as to your
>alleged loyalty. 
>Thus the more loyal a person seems to be to white American
>constitutionalist causes of the oppressed white males, the more
>likely that person is to be a faker. 
>As far as I'm concerned, if I were in an organization like that,
>I wouldn't trust anybody but my bird dog (and sometimes he has a
>hint of the police dog in his eyes). 
>Of course, you can always trust the kids and the missus. 
>Well, at least some of the kids. And the missus, for sure. 
>On the other hand, you better not forget her birthday if you
>know what's good for you. Sometimes you rile a woman and she'll
>go to work for THEM! For all you know, you may be sleeping with
>an FBI agent. 

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