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Subject:  Declare Your Independence with Ernest Hancock

01-14-14 -- Tribute to Jack McLamb, saving his work from The Memory Hole (MP3 & VIDEO LOADED)

Ernest pays Tribute to Jack McLamb - Out of respect for Officer Jack McLamb (the original 'Officer Friendly') who passed away this past weekend, we honor his memory, his fight for justice, his unwavering spirit even in the wake of persecution,

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01-14-14 -- Tribute to Jack McLamb, saving his work from The Memory Hole (MP3 & VIDEO LOADED)

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HOUR ONE

Media Type: Audio   •  Time: 127:0 Mins and Secs
Guests Ernest Hancock
Topics Freeedom's Phoenix Headline News , Tribute to Jack McLamb


 
Hour 1 - Ernest pays Tribute to Jack McLamb Out of respect for Officer Jack McLamb (the original 'Officer Friendly') who passed away this past weekend, we honor his memory, his fight for justice, his unwavering spirit even in the wake of persecution, and his legacy. Posted are all the shows Ernest did with Jack over the years. There is a wealth of information and documents what has been going on to militarize the police.
 
Hour 2 - Ernest continues his tribute to Officer McLamb; Karen Kwiatkowski's article What 2014 Holds in Store For Us; also, PDF of Operation Vampire Killer 2000, and link to Operation Vampire Killer 2012; PDF of Unintended Consequences; Glenn Jacobs' reading of Smedley Butler's War Is A Racket (mp3)
 
Hour 3 - Ernest continues tribute to Jack McLamb; goes over the Headline News on Freedom's Phoenix
 


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2014-01-14 Hour 1 Tribute to Jack McLamb
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2014-01-14 Hour 1 Tribute to Jack McLamb from Ernest Hancock on Vimeo.

 
Ernest Hancock
 
 
Out of respect for Officer Jack McLamb (the original 'Officer Friendly') who passed away this past weekend, we honor his memory, his fight for justice, his unwavering spirit even in the wake of persecution, and his legacy...
 
Jack McLamb on the Declare Your Independence with Ernest Hancock - from the archives...

Monday, April 7, 2003

Jack Mclamb is a retired policeman from Phoenix, Arizona, who turned patriot activist. He published the "Aid & Abet" newsletter, and joins again us to continue the discussion about his years with Bo Gritz.

Guest: Jack Mclamb, Bo Gritz

Subject: Bo Gritz, Patriot, Aid And Abet, Gordon Kahl

Listen to the MP3 Audio (11.01 MB)
 
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Wednesday, April 16, 2003

Jack Mclamb, retired Phoenix police officer and Patriot Activist, tells us of his faith and how it has driven him and many others to seek refuge and control in a northern Idaho County.

Guest: Jack Mclamb

Subject: Phoenix Police, Patriot, Aid And Abet, Police

Listen to the MP3 Audio (10.49 MB)
 
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Wednesday, April 23, 2003

Jack Mclamb.

Jack has so much to catch us up on that only one show was not enough. So he's back. The Presidential Campaign of Bo Gritz in 1992 - Vampire Killer 2000 book and its effects - his part in Ruby Ridge and Waco and his involvement in over 340 families moving to northern Idaho to set up a freedom community has yet to be talked about... good stuff.

Guest: Jack Mclamb

Subject: Vampire Killer2000, Ruby Ridge, Bo Gritz, Waco

Listen to the MP3 Audio (5.82 MB)
 
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Wednesday, May 7, 2003

Jack Mclamb gives us Part III of his long life as an activist in pursuit of freedom. In Part III we hope to cover his years with another activist, Col. Bo Gritz, and their role in the siege at Waco, Bo's run for President in 1992, Jack's publication, Aid and Abet Newsletter - Police and Military Against the New World Order and his move to northern Idaho with over 340 families in a growing effort to carve out a little freedom in a county where they are beginning to use the power of county government to free themselves.

Guest: Jack Mclamb

Subject: Bo Gritz, Waco, Ruby Ridge, Aid And Abet Newsletter

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Wednesday, May 28, 2003

Jack Mclamb gives us Part IV of his long life as an activist in pursuit of freedom.

In Part IV we hope to cover his years with another activist, Col. Bo Gritz, and their role in the siege at WACO, Bo's run for President in 1992, Jack's publication 'Aid and Abet Newsletter - Police and Military Against the New World Order' and his move to northern Idaho with over 340 families in a growing effort to carve out a little freedom in a county where they are beginning to use the power of county government to free themselves.

Guest: Jack Mclamb

Subject: Patriot Activist, New World Order, Aid And Abet, Bo Gritz

Listen to the MP3 Audio (11.10 MB)
 
 
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Phoenix Police Department (1976 - 1986) - Publisher and radio talk show host - 2nd Hour is discussion about Meridith Whitney's predictions about the coming crash in Municipal Bonds
 
 
Jack McLamb - Police & Military Against the New World Order
Phoenix Police Department (1976 - 1986) -

Articles
 
 
 
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Peace Officer Gerald Jack McLamb, Retired - Age 69 
 
        Our beloved friend and brother, nationally-known peace officer Jack McLamb, Ret., passed quietly into his heavenly rest on Saturday, January 11, 2014 at Evansville, Indiana, surrounded by his loving wife, sons and other close family.  He had been in ill health for quite some time.
 
        Jack was born on July 18, 1944 in Washington, D.C., and schooled there, and later in Tucson, Arizona.  After attending various colleges, focusing on areas of selected studies, he served honorably in the U.S. Navy during the Vietnam War.  Various successful business ventures followed for Jack, until at age 32, he found what would prove to be his main life calling, as he entered the police academy in Phoenix, Arizona.  Serving as a peace officer, Jack quickly rose to prominence, and his awards were many, making him one of the most highly decorated officers in the history of his Department of over 2000 officers.
 
        Perhaps the most disappointing, disheartening event of Jack’s life was being forced into medical retirement due to severe injuries suffered in the line of duty.  He nevertheless continued his life work educationally as a writer/publisher, international speaker, and patriot radio broadcaster on several networks over many years.  In 1998, Jack was led to relocate his police and military education association from Phoenix, Arizona to the beautiful mountains of north central Idaho.  There, he lived happily until just very near to the time of his final illness.  
 
        What most endeared so much of the nation to Jack McLamb was his great, patriotic heart, his deep love for people, and their constitutionally-guaranteed rights and freedoms, in defense of which, especially, he devoted the last 37 years of his life.  Both in active service and ever since, Jack was known to many as “Officer Friendly.”  The title stemmed from a national school program of that name, designed by Officer McLamb, in which police officers made the rounds to school classrooms and in various fun and meaningful ways worked to build a bond of trust and friendship between the children and the police.  This fine program caught on within Jack’s department, and eventually grew nation-wide in scope, once it was picked up and sponsored by the Sears Corporation. But just in general, all who knew “Officer Friendly” saw him as a living example and demonstration of all that it means to be a Peace Officer  -  a true friend of the people and protector of God-given rights and liberties, in distinct contrast to being a mere enforcer of man-made laws.  
 
        In life, Jack married and was the father of three sons: Matt (Ginger) and Jeff (Lee) of Phoenix, and Augie (Francis) of San Antonio, and the grandfather of nine: Miles, Kelly, Grace, Nate, Nick, Natalie, Josue, Rebekah and Emily.
 
        He was of a deeply sensitive nature.  His artistic talents showed up early, in paintings dating back to his youth.  He excelled in sports such as track, pole-vaulting and tennis.  He enjoyed singing, and especially loved the ocean, and adventures like scuba diving and snorkeling.
 
        In addition to his children and grandchildren, Jack is survived also by his wife, Angela, of Poseyville, Indiana, his sister, Sandra Murray, of Show Low, Arizona, and his Aunt Betty and cousins, Bob and Dudley Hasbrouck, all of Vancouver, Washington.  He was preceded in death by his parents, his sister Margaret Frazier of Ashburn, Virginia, Uncle Bob Hasbrouck, cousin George Thompson of Phoenix and others.
 
        Funeral services for Jack were held at Werry’s Funeral Home in Poseyville, Indiana with a viewing on Wednesday evening, January 15th, and the memorial service at 11:00 a.m. the following day.  The services were conducted by Jack’s very dear friend, Pastor Butch Paugh of Nettie, West Virginia.  Internment was in nearby Stuartville.  Additional memorial services in celebration of Jack’s life will be held soon in Phoenix, Arizona and in Kamiah, Idaho.
 
        Looking back sometimes on his own life work, Jack used to smile and say, “It’s been good duty.”  Indeed it has, Officer Jack.  Thank you for all you did to make the world a better place.  Though you’ll be sorely missed by all who knew and loved you, we can only commend and offer our hearty thanks, as you go on your way now to a well-earned, happy rest!
 
 
Anyone wishing to write to Jack's wife... 
Angie McLamb
Box  627
Poseyville, Indiana 
47633
 

HOUR TWO
Guests Ernest Hancock

Topics Freeedom's Phoenix Headline News , Consumer Electronics Show 2014



Hour 2
2014-01-14 Hour 2 Tribute To Jack McLamb
(Video Archive):

2014-01-14 Hour 2 Tribute To Jack Mclamb from Ernest Hancock on Vimeo.


Ernest Hancock
Freedom's Phoenix Headline News
 
Operation Vampire Killer 2012
Link to book on Amazon

Jack McLamb's "Aid and Abet Newsletter - Police and Military Against the New World Order" made the original "Officer Friendly" from the Phoenix Police Dept. the most fired and rehired (and most highly decorated Phx. officer) an Enemy of the State. "Operation Vampire Killer" was the original warning that we got from people that knew in the 90's that the tip of the spear for the New World Order would be front line soldiers and federalized police officers.... well, here we are with the updated 2012 version - Ernie
 
Please note - The Operation Vampire Killer 2012 link is not longer viable, so below is a link to the PDF of OVK 2000 and a link as to where you can purchase the 2012 publication
 
Ernest,
The book/manual is now available as a pdf download.
Operation Vampire Killer 2000 PDF
 
 
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What 2014 Holds in Store for Us Opinion  •  Global Edition
Future Predictions
What 2014 Holds in Store for Us
01-14-2014
Karen Kwiatkowski
   2013 is over, and I’m in the large group of people who are sort of glad to see it go. But in terms of liberty and technology, it was a great year! 2013 was also the year that a vast new majority of Americans turned their back on the overseas military agenda.

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Dedication

Major General Smedley Darlington Butler, USMC

1881 - 1940

double recipient of the Congressional Medal of Honor

"I spent 33 years and 4 months in active service as a member of our country's most agile military force--the Marine Corps. I served in all commissioned ranks from second lieutenant to Major General. And during that period I spent most of my time being a high-class muscle man for Big Business, for Wall Street and for the bankers. In short, I was a racketeer for capitalism. I suspected I was part of a racket all the time. Now I am sure of it. Like all members of the military profession I never had an original thought until I left the service." Smedley D. Butler (1881-1940) [source]


Narrated by Glenn Jacobs
(WWE wrestler and Ron Paul supporter)
Publisher Recommended
HOUR THREE
Guests Ernest Hancock , Ernest Hancock

Topics Freeedom's Phoenix Headline News , Consumer Electronics Show 2014



Hour 3
2014-01-14 Hour 3 Tribute To Jack McLamb
(Video Archive):

2014-01-14 Hour 3 Tribute To Jack Mclamb from Ernest Hancock on Vimeo.


Ernest Hancock
Freedom's Phoenix Headline News
 
From TomDispatch.Com:
 

[Note for TomDispatch Readers: A little bit of good news about our publishing program. Our first original book, They Were Soldiers: How the Wounded Return From America’s Wars -- The Untold Story by Ann Jones, is now going into its second printing!  That’s, in part, thanks to your support in buying copies.  If you meant to, but haven’t yet done so and are an Amazon customer, please click the above link, or rush out to your nearest independent bookstore and get a copy.  It will genuinely make a difference to our publishing future if this book succeeds. Tom]

Once upon a time, you might have said that someone “disappeared.”  But in the 1970s in Argentina, Chile, and elsewhere, that verb grew eerily more active in its passive form.  He or she no longer “disappeared,” but “was disappeared” -- up to 30,000 Argentineans by their own military in the course of an internal struggle that came to be known as “the dirty war.”  Those gone were the “desaparecidos.

There is something so deeply, morally repugnant about disappearing another human being, no matter how or where or why it’s done, that it’s hard to express.  Yet in twenty-first century America, the possibilities for disappearing people in new and inventive ways may be migrating online, as former State Department whistleblower and TomDispatch regular Peter Van Buren suggests in his latest post. Tom

Welcome to the Memory Hole
Disappearing Edward Snowden
By Peter Van Buren

What if Edward Snowden was made to disappear? No, I’m not suggesting some future CIA rendition effort or a who-killed-Snowden conspiracy theory of a disappearance, but a more ominous kind.

What if everything a whistleblower had ever exposed could simply be made to go away? What if every National Security Agency (NSA) document Snowden released, every interview he gave, every documented trace of a national security state careening out of control could be made to disappear in real-time? What if the very posting of such revelations could be turned into a fruitless, record-less endeavor?

Am I suggesting the plot for a novel by some twenty-first century George Orwell? Hardly. As we edge toward a fully digital world, such things may soon be possible, not in science fiction but in our world -- and at the push of a button. In fact, the earliest prototypes of a new kind of “disappearance” are already being tested. We are closer to a shocking, dystopian reality that might once have been the stuff of futuristic novels than we imagine. Welcome to the memory hole.

Even if some future government stepped over one of the last remaining red lines in our world and simply assassinated whistleblowers as they surfaced, others would always emerge. Back in 1948, in his eerie novel 1984, however, Orwell suggested a far more diabolical solution to the problem. He conjured up a technological device for the world of Big Brother that he called "the memory hole." In his dark future, armies of bureaucrats, working in what he sardonically dubbed the Ministry of Truth, spent their lives erasing or altering documents, newspapers, books, and the like in order to create an acceptable version of history. When a person fell out of favor, the Ministry of Truth sent him and all the documentation relating to him down the memory hole. Every story or report in which his life was in any way noted or recorded would be edited to eradicate all traces of him.

In Orwell's pre-digital world, the memory hole was a vacuum tube into which old documents were physically disappeared forever. Alterations to existing documents and the deep-sixing of others ensured that even the sudden switching of global enemies and alliances would never prove a problem for the guardians of Big Brother. In the world he imagined, thanks to those armies of bureaucrats, the present was what had always been -- and there were those altered documents to prove it and nothing but faltering memories to say otherwise. Anyone who expressed doubts about the truth of the present would, under the rubric of “thoughtcrime,” be marginalized or eliminated.

Government and Corporate Digital Censorship

Increasingly, most of us now get our news, books, music, TV, movies, and communications of every sort electronically. These days, Google earns more advertising revenue than all U.S. print media combined. Even the venerable Newsweek no longer publishes a paper edition. And in that digital world, a certain kind of “simplification” is being explored. The Chinese, Iranians, and others are, for instance, already implementing web-filtering strategies to block access to sites and online material of which their governments don’t approve. The U.S. government similarly (if somewhat fruitlessly) blocks its employees from viewing Wikileaks and Edward Snowden material (as well as websites like TomDispatch) on their work computers -- though not of course at home. Yet.

Great Britain, however, will soon take a significant step toward deciding what a private citizen can see on the web even while at home. Before the end of the year, almost all Internet users there will be “opted-in” to a system designed to filter out pornography. By default, the controls will also block access to "violent material," "extremist and terrorist related content," "anorexia and eating disorder websites," and "suicide related websites." In addition, the new settings will censor sites mentioning alcohol or smoking. The filter will also block "esoteric material," though a UK-based rights group says the government has yet to make clear what that category will include.

And government-sponsored forms of Internet censorship are being privatized. New, off-the-shelf commercial products guarantee that an organization does not need to be the NSA to block content. For example, the Internet security company Blue Coat is a domestic leader in the field and a major exporter of such technology. It can easily set up a system to monitor and filter all Internet usage, blocking web sites by their address, by keywords, or even by the content they contain. Among others, Blue Coat software is used by the U.S. Army to control what its soldiers see while deployed abroad, and by the repressive governments in Syria, Saudi Arabia, and Burma to block outside political ideas.

Google Search...

In a sense, Google Search already “disappears” material. Right now Google is the good guy vis-à-vis whistleblowers. A quick Google search (0.22 seconds) turns up more than 48 million hits on Edward Snowden, most of them referencing his leaked NSA documents. Some of the websites display the documents themselves, still labeled “Top Secret.” Less than half a year ago, you had to be one of a very limited group in the government or contractually connected to it to see such things. Now, they are splayed across the web.
 
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