Out There – Good, Bad, 1%

WHAT, IT IS – WHO, IT AIN’T – SPEAKING  WITH JOHNNY KASH

SHOCK CULTURE OF RETURNING VETS BLEEDS INTO BODY POLITIC

OWEN’S RAT PACK

Waco – When the 1% Cossacks contacted their former Sgt at Arms Johnny Kash to take back their colors and diamond, he said, “Come get them; I will be here.”

The man arrived, expecting to be handed the items, but he didn’t get them. Kash told him he would have to take them.

At that point, the combat soldier, who does not wish to give his right name or be depicted, recalls that the man abandoned his errand, and left his home peacefully.

“I don’t want to do anything that might jeopardize my future,” said Kash.

“I know how I want to live my life, in the brotherhood of fellow 1%er bikers. I will not do anything to mess up my chances.”

He was born and raised in El Pueblo de Nuestra Senora Reina de Los Angeles, the “old town” of LA’s Olvera Street. The family relocated to the neighborhood of Western and Normandy, where he lived until he “busted out” to join the Army. At the age of 27, he is a veteran of one overseas tours in combat, rated with a service-connected disability.

 


POLICE SNIPERS ON THE ROOFTOP OF TWIN PEAKS MAY 17, 2015

His story is a revelation of the culture of motorcycle clubmen in the old Aztec region of Aztlan – the area seized by Sharp Knife and Koloneh, the Generals who commanded the Texas Revolution – a series of events that led to the acquisition of all the land from the Sabine River at the western border of President Jefferson’s Louisiana Purchase, to the Russian lands in Northern California known as New Albion, north of the Mendocino, including Texas, New Mexico, Arizona, Nevada – and parts of Utah.

Demographic studies prove that by the year 2050, Hispanic people will compose 75% of the population of the United States.

Video image of DPS Agent “Red Boots” Cody Ledbetter firing from ambush at Don Carlos’ Restaurant on May 17, 2015 – Twin Peaks

We sat down with Johnny Kash and Mark White, the former President of his Chapter of Cossacks. What we learned from these men is startling, to say the least.

In this first conversation, Johnny Kash revealed the true motives of Owen Reeves and his rat pack.

In the second of the series, White reveals the attempt by “motorcycle gang” experts of the McLennan County Sheriff’s Office, Texas DPS, and the Waco Police to turn him into a witness against fellow 1% bikers by appealing to his career status as a public servant providing emergency services in Fire Department emergency services.

“It ended my career as an EMT,” he recalls. “My wife lost her career, too.”

The battle lines could not be more starkly drawn with indelible ink or laser beams.

What is to be heard herein is a true and accurate representation of a deep state operation in full frontal assault on WE THE PEOPLE.

This video has no visual content due to an agreement with Mr. Kash

NEXT: A CONVERSATION WITH MARK WHITE, WHOSE POLICE INTERVIEW WAS BLOCKED FROM DISCOVERY BY THE DEFENSE 

 

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