Last summer, a member of the Radical Left, who I only know by his first name, Dave, who only called me from pay phones and who only met me in public places, dropped a bomb in my lap...

"If you liked the stuff I gave you on AIDS, you're gonna love this," he said, as he handed me a 76-page publication entitled Vampire Killer 2000, published by Police Against a New World Order – a Radical Right group based in Arizona. Shortly after I brought the doubled-sided, Xeroxed publication home and read it, my apartment caught on fire and Vampire Killer..., along with several other Radical Right bedtime stories, became burnt toast.

Fortunately, I had already written an article combed from the publication itself and an interview with a member of Police Against a New World Order. And that article was securely in the hands of this publication, or so I thought. But then X Magazine had a computer crash and the entire issue was erased from the hard drive. But I still had it on my disk. So months later the publisher came begging for me to re-submit the hard copy and perhaps rewrite and update the piece.

Meanwhile, a Federal building in Oklahoma City was blown to Kingdom Come and the Radical Right, (if, in fact, they are to blame and this isn't another Lee Harvey Oswald scam), has everybody's attention loud and clear.

It was 29 years ago that lines were being drawn as hippies and yippies and Black Panthers were confronting police in riot gear, closing down buildings and throwing a few bombs themselves. People had serious grievances they wished to redress with the United States Government. The Vietnam War was at the top of the list, but it didn't stop there. On the right you had the Hawks, and the majority of the American public, who believed in the sovereignty of the U.S. government to wage war on the Vietnamese people and our own people, if necessary, if they protested too loudly. Remember, it was Chicago's Mayor Daly who invited the National Guard to the Democratic Convention party of '68, and gave them permission to do whatever it took to drive those Commie War Protesters out of his town, thus assuring a riot.

"My kind of town, Chicago is... My kind of people too, people who. .." smash your skull in.

But as Bob Dylan said, long before he and everybody else and their mother sold out, "The times they are a changin' "

Because now, 29 years later, the Radical Left, except for an occasional dinosaur like Dave, has all but disappeared. And it's the Radical Right that's drawing lines over events like Waco and the Randy Weaver shoot-out. And they have a list of grievances telling the government, "Don't Tread On Me."

The Liberal Left is anemic these days, choking on its own PC emotionalism, trying to make the world safe for everybody – impossible to do unless you put a computer chip in everybody's head that tells them what to think, speak, do or not do 24 hours a day. Take note; in the recent LA Times news-poll, it was the liberals who offered their overwhelming support to anti-terrorist legislation, regardless of what individual rights may be sacrificed. Twenty years ago, it was the Liberal Left that was concerned about the FBI abusing their power in tracking and infiltrating the peace movement, the Black Panthers and even Martin Luther King, Jr. And 20 years before that it was a handful of intellectual liberal elite, including artists, writers and actors of the day, who offered the only opposition to McCarthyism. Yeah, we've come a long way, baby.

April 19th is celebrated in parts of Massachusetts as the day that Paul Revere made his famous ride, rousing his fellow militia (minutemen) to meet the Redcoats at the battle of Lexington. It is also the day in 1994 that Waco burned to the ground. And the Oklahoma City bombing took place on the same day in 1995.

And so it would seem, one lost apartment and one lost magazine later, that it's time to revisit this article and interview with officer Jack Mclamb, retired, city of Phoenix Police. Because, whether you like it or not, whether you believe it or not, according to the Radical Right a line has been drawn and a day of reckoning is upon us. They expect the United States to be ordered into Martial Law, by whoever happens to be president that day, by the year 2000. And at that time, police officers, in conjunction with United Nations Forces, will be given the task of making war on their own people, at the worst, protecting and upholding the New World Order system of global government under the United Nations, at the very least.

We pick up the story and the interview now, as written, less than a week before my apartment mysteriously caught on fire.

Imagine the year is 1999: The crime bill that just narrowly passed Congress calls for all citizens to turn in their guns and be re-approved for gun ownership under much stricter guidelines. At the same time, the collapse of the American dollar has created widespread panic the likes of which has not been seen since the stock market crash of 1929. Rioting has broken out in several major U.S. cities. As the value of the dollar plummets, the poor and underserved are no longer able to purchase basic necessities. The talk of the day focuses on installing a new, non- monetary debit system and what measures can be taken to control crime that is spiraling out of control. Cigarettes are a controlled substance, and organized and disorganized crime turf wars over boot leg cigarettes are the news at eleven.

In response to amplified, televised panic and insecurity (reality cop shows and talk shows comprise over fifty percent of all network broadcasting) President (fill in the blank) signs the United States into Martial Law under the provisions of FEMA. Does this sound like the fantasies of left wing conspiracy fanatics? No. It falls firmly into the area of what the Radical Right fears the most and is fighting to avoid.

Most of us, (until the post Oklahoma City propaganda came along) knew little or nothing about the Radical Right. Let me introduce you to Jack McLamb, a retired City of Phoenix police officer. He was forced into retirement twice, the second time for good, for publishing the nationwide "Aid and Abet Police Newsletter" which discusses Constitutional Rights Issues for police officers. In the summer of '94 he inaugurated a one hour radio program called "The Officer Jack McLamb Show" on Worldwide Christian Radio. He is a proud and principal and vocal member of Police Against a New World Order. And the Police Against a New World Order has published a provocative, 76 page document titled "Vampire Killer 2000, American Police Action Plan For Stopping World Government Rule." Welcome to the outer limits of right wing politics.

I caught up with Jack McLamb shortly after he had finished up his one hour call-in radio program (5 till 6 pm Arizona time, Monday through Friday on short wave, 5.81 mhz). We spoke for a half hour, all the time this modern day Minute Man could spare. He was facing yet another legal action against him, this time for "impersonating a police officer, "he said, at a gun show in Phoenix. He was there as a representative of Police Against the New World Order, wearing his uniform as a retired officer, disseminating information to thousands of people concerned with second amendment rights. The public's response was fantastic. So naturally, they, the powers that be, had to arrest him for something.

"You know it's funny, but twice before the liberals have come in and saved my rear, protected my first amendment rights," he said, adding that the further he takes his quest to put government control back in the hands of the people (an idea which he calls "antiquated and automatically puts you on the outside looking in") the more commonality he discovers with the liberal left. "We ' re all concerned with first amendment rights," he says.

The first time that his "bacon was saved" was by a journalist at Columbia University, Mary Westheimer, when, in 1984, he was ordered to turn over the mailing list for his "Aid and Abet" newsletter or be fired from the Phoenix Police Force. His mailing list was being called in as evidence in an investigation. "The liberals may not like what I have to say, but they are very concerned about my right to say it," he says. But if you listen to what he has to say, it is easy to find the commonality that he speaks of.

For example, here are some Officer Jack McLambisms:

"When the Government fears the People, there is Liberty; when

"The People are Sovereign; the Government comes second."

"Police were originally taught to serve the people, we are servants of the people, an extension of their right to keep and bear arms and defend themselves... Officers today are taught to serve the System against the People."

"Police have gone from servants of the People to supervising people."

"In the Academy today, officers are given sixteen weeks of authoritarian training in how to supervise the populace."

"Police are there to control you and me and protect the System from the People... officers should be ready to protect the People from the system if necessary."

"Local officers are taught to obey Federal Officers, no questions... but we find out later we are part of a crime against the People."

"We've caught these guys, the IRS for example, they have no warrants or phony warrants signed themselves and not by a magistrate, taking businesses and property from people."

"Police were originally taught to serve the people, we are servants of the people, an extension of their right to keep and bear arms and defend themselves... Officers today are taught to serve the System against the People."

But it is the "Vampire Killer 2000" publication (the vampire is Global Utopian Government, the victim is We the People) that is chock full of choice quotes, anecdotes and observations that will keep you awake at night.

"When the Government fears the People, there is Liberty; when the People fear the government, there is Tyranny."

"The Trilateral Commission is international.. is intended to be the vehicle for multi-national consolidation of the commercial and banking interests by seizing control of the political government of the United States. The Trilateral Commission represents a skillful, coordinated effort to seize control and consolidate the four centers of power-- Political, Monetary, Intellectual, and Ecclesiastical." Barry Goldwater.

"I believe that banking institutions are more dangerous to our liberties than standing armies.11 Thomas Jefferson.

"Whoever controls the volume of money in any country (RE. Federal Reserve Bank) is absolute master of all industry and commerce." James Garfield, U.S President.

"It is well enough that people of the nation do not understand our banking and monetary system, for if they did, I believe there would be a revolution before tomorrow morning." Henry Ford, referring to the Federal Reserve System.

"We have in this country one of the most corrupt institutions the world has ever known. I refer to the Federal Reserve Board and the Federal Reserve Banks, hereinafter called the FED. They are not government institutions. They are private monopolies which pray upon (Vampires) the People of the United States for the benefit of themselves and their foreign customers." Lewis McFaddin, former US Congressman.

"The system will be made up of a single currency, single centrally financed government, single tax system, single language, single political system, single world court of justice, single head (one individual leader) single state religion... Each person will have a registered number, without which, he will not be able to buy and sell; and there will be one, universal world church. Anyone who refuses to take part in this universal system will have no right to exist." Dr. Kurk E. Koch, professor, lecturing on his assessment of NWO under the United Nations.

"Is there a number or mark planned for the hand or forehead in a new cashless society? Yes, and I have seen the machines that are now ready to put it into operation.11 Ralph Nader.

"It is the sacred principals enshrined in the UN Charter to which we will henceforth pledge our allegiance." Gorge Bush, UN Building, Feb. 1, 1992.

"...The age of nations must end... The governments of nations have decided to order their separate sovereignties (RE. We The People) into one government to which they surrender their arms." United Nations World Constitution.

"No freeman shall ever be debarred the use of arms. The strongest reason for the People to retain their right to keep and bear arms is as a last resort to protect themselves against tyranny in government." Thomas Jefferson.

"Governments need armies to protect them against their enslaved and oppressed subjects." Leo Tolstoy, 1893.

"Popular revolt against a ruthless, experienced modern dictatorship, which enjoys a monopoly over weapons and communications... is simply not a possibility in the modern age." George Keenan, 1964.

"We are going to impose our agenda on the coverage by dealing with issues and subjects that we choose to deal with." Richard M. Cohan, Senior Producer CBS News.

"The technetronic era involves the gradual appearance of a more controlled society. Such a society would be dominated by an elite, unrestrained by traditional values.. .Soon it will be possible to assert almost continuous surveillance over every citizen and maintain up-to-date complete files containing even the most personal information about the citizen. These files will be subject to instantaneous retrieval by the authorities." Zbigniew Brezhinsky, National Security Advisor to Jimmy Carter and advisor to four other presidents, Exec. Dir. of the Trilateral Commission.

"Tell the American people to never lose their guns. As long as they keep their guns in their hands, what happened here will never happen there." A female student in Beijing, China, 1990, reciting her parents' last words to her.

Officer Jack McLamb, retired, is one of the principals behind the dissemination of the above information to his fellow police officers. He is a God fearing man who may not share your or my views on issues like abortion. He probably would object to the sexual content of this publication. Yet it is difficult not to like him or to heed his message, even as he punctuates an occasional remark with "Praise the Lord."

At the time of our interview, Congress was passing the Crime Bill including its ban on 19 assault type weapons. To him, this is another step towards the day the President will order the United States into Martial Law. He spoke with a calm, measured urgency as he described the provisions of FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Assistance) as signed into executive law, piecemeal, by five successive presidents.

"The President can order us into Martial Law at any time for any reason he deems to be a national emergency."

"There is no timetable for martial Law. Only the President can take us in or out... It's like we're going to tax you for three years and then remove it. That just doesn't happen. "

"You will not have any gasoline, utilities or food unless you're doing something the government agrees with under Martial Law. . .Controlling the food and energy, you will do what you are told, work where they want you to work... People can be moved and given job assignments to assist with the National Emergency.

"There are provisions for private property and businesses to be seized if the government needs it to help with the national emergency."

"All communications will be controlled."

"This FEMA document is very spooky stuff; it doesn't matter which side of the political spectrum you're on.11

In concluding our interview, Jack McLamb's closing statement sounded more like the words of a 1776 Colonial Patriot than a 1994, retired police officer as he said,

"We want to return control of the government to the people where it belongs. We want to redress our grievances without violent confrontation.

Is all this paranoid hysteria brought on by the end of a century at the end of a millennia. Or are Jack McLamb and his brothers in arms reading the writing on the wall and sounding the alarm for the militia, while the militia is still armed?

Only time will tell. In the meantime, you might ask yourself occasionally as you go through your daily life: does the government grant you privileges in exchange for your taxes and obedience to the System, or does the government recognize you have inalienable rights beyond reproach. One is the Declaration of Independence, the other is the tyranny we overthrew to establish our Constitution. It's your call.

You can secure the "Vampire Killer 2000" publication by sending $6 to American Citizens and Lawmen Association (ACLA) Box 8712, Phoenix, AZ, 85066.

Sleep tight. The militia is marching on the far right tonight.

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