Why Alleged January 6th Plotters Could Walk Free

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Todays episode of rebelinfo.com begins with the audio below

If you missed yesterdays episode of rebelinfo.com, here it is – “FBI Miss Clues of Possible Illegal Conspiracy on January 6th

Will Alleged January 6th Plotters Walk Free?

Will the alleged plotters of the January 6th, 2021 insurrection walk free?

It’s a good question.

Many feel that because so far, no charges for anyone above the level of useful idiot or standard street Nazi have been brought, none ever will.

Over the course of the last few episodes of rebelinfo.com, we have presented some highly compelling evidence that there did appear to be a level of co-ordination between the main media facing players of the day, Michael Flynn and Alex Jones, with Roger Stone swanking around somewhere in the background being completely innocent of any and all charges that may be levelled against him now, in the past, or in the future.

There is one thing that stands out in Flynn’s exhortations to Trump in the run-up to January 6th, 2021, however.

It’s something that gives away one of two things.

Either Michael Flynn is an insane fantasist, or he, and others tied to or serving in the U.S. military believed they had enough support to overthrow the U.S. government by military means. The second does not nullify the supposition that Flynn is insane.

Being insane does not mean you have less influence.

In fact, the history of recent U.S. politics and geo-political shenanigans would tend to suggest that the insane are far more likely to hold power and influence.

Bonkers John Bolton

So back to Flynn’s urging for Trump to take unprecedented action to halt the transition to the Biden presidency.

Let’s remember what Michael Flynn was asking for once again, according to the independent.co.uk, Flynn:

“Claimed [the] extraordinary executive actions were necessary to avoid the alternative of an imminent “shooting civil war”.”

If anyone is unsure still as to what that meant, Trump replied by publishing a 46-minute video to Facebook calling on the Supreme Court to overturn the results in the key swing states that delivered the projected victory to the Democrats.

“He also suggested a “re-vote” be held, as had been suggested in the ad on Tuesday that called for the military to run the re-election.

called for the military to run the re-election

That’s worth repeating.

The military running a re-election is about as martial law as you can get.

Or, as Alex Jones from infowars might say, and remember, Alex has been warning us for years that our “government” is going to impose martial law, go house to house and put us all in FEMA death camps and stick micro-chipped vaccines up our ass, whilst exposing us to weather engineered by the “government” ……

With all this evidence, right out there in the open, you might think it would be a slam dunk that some sort of sanctions might be put on Alex Jones, Michael Flynn and even Trump.

Obviously not Roger Stone though.

Stone always comes across as a guy who’s completely innocent.

Arguments have been made about why we should and shouldn’t put these people on trial should it be that they are guilty of whatever it is they might be guilty of, or not.

However, the ultimate answer to that question may well be answered more by history, than talking head postulation and platitude.

The nearest parallel The United States has to the January 6th, 2021, insurrection, is the Business Plot of the 1930’s.

The instigators of the business plot attempted to use the popularity of retired General Smedley Butler, to lead a coup, promising him an army of 500,000 men for a march on Washington, D.C., and financial backing in order to overthrow the government of President Franklin D. Roosevelt and install a dictator.

Sound familiar at all?

The plot was thwarted however, by one General Smedley Butler.

Butler became a folk hero to many veterans and civilians by “denouncing capitalism and bankers, and going on to explain that for 33 years he had been a “high-class muscle man” for Wall Street, the bankers and big business, labelling himself as a “racketeer for Capitalism”

(A similar vein runs through the book by John Perkins, Confessions of an Economic Hitman.)

The plotters thought they had Butler on side, but he sniffed out their scheme to overthrow democracy in the United States, and double crossed them, passing his evidence to the state, thus preventing the coup.

In April to May 2016, I wrote an article which imagined a future scenario in which Alex Jones and Roger Stone maybe central to a coup attempt to shift the USA away from democratic (small d) control towards authoritarianism.

Towards the end of the article, I opined that should such an event arise:

 “if there is a fascist plot being hatched, will there be a Smedley Butler to save the day?

Elsewhere in the article I also warned:

“We need however to be extremely wary of who is behind the emerging political movements, activist groups and media outlets and what resources they have to hand and for whose benefit those resources are intended to be used.”

The popular media of the day mocked General Smedley Butlers accusations:

“A New York Times editorial dismissed Butler’s story as “a gigantic hoax” and a “bald and unconvincing narrative.” Thomas W. Lamont of J.P. Morgan called it “perfect moonshine”. Gen. Douglas MacArthur, alleged to be the back-up leader of the putsch if Butler declined, referred to it as “the best laugh story of the year.” Time magazine and other publications also scoffed at the allegations.

Bald and unconvincing narrative, indeed.  Didn’t he know plotting a coup was illegal?

Nothing works like that.

And what, you may ask, became of those who plotted to overthrow Franklin D. Roosevelt as president of The United States and install a fascist dictator?

Was anyone prosecuted or held to account?

No. As above

“No one was prosecuted. At the time of the incidents, most major news media dismissed the plot, with a New York Times editorial characterizing it as a “gigantic hoax.”

Sound familiar?

History does have a habit of repeating itself, generally as farce before tragedy.



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