Deep State Uses Mobs Much how King George Used Indian Savages American Indians were Uncivilized Savages who Murdered Innocent People; King George LOVED it

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By Ben Barrack

Headstone of Jane McCrea, murdered by Indian Savages in 1777

Leftists love to take the side of American Indians over American Patriots. They tell us that Indians were here first and deserve the land. We’re told that we must hold the American Indians up as paragons of virtue. Early colonists treated them so badly.

As a result, Americans should treat themselves badly. It’s a reparations mentality.

Much as today, Indians had their white defenders back then too. However, those defenders – led by Great Britain’s King George III – weren’t interested in the well being of the Indians. They were using the Indians to terrorize, torture and murder innocent colonists.

Especially relevant is one story that stands out.

The Story of Jane McCrea

British Lieutenant General John Burgoyne forged an alliance with North American Indian savages. As a result, those savages committed acts of war against Burgoyne’s fellow countrymen.

On July 25, 1777, little more than one year after the signing of the Declaration of Independence, savage Indians murdered a young lady named Jane McCrea.

McCrea’s family was largely in support of the colonists. However, at the time of her murder, she was engaged to a British officer named David Jones, whom she was traveling to meet; Jones served alongside Burgoyne.

On her way, Indians brutally murdered McCrea. They then took her scalp to Burgoyne. As a result, Burgoyne had a problem on his hands. These savages with whom he had aligned, savagely murdered his fellow officer’s fiancé. The British played good cop / bad cop. They had guaranteed the protection of British loyalists from the Indians. Severe punishment awaited any Indian who killed a harmless loyalist.

Most noteworthy was his decision not to levy any such punishment.

Burgoyne’s Ends Justified His Means

Burgoyne had to punish Jane’s murderer. However, doing so would threaten the alliance the British had with the Indians. As a result, he decided to protect the alliance at the expense of justice.

About one month after Burgoyne’s decision to let McCrea’s killers go free, he wrote a letter to American General Horatio Gates. In the letter, Burgoyne engaged in projection. He attacked Gates for mistreating British prisoners. Gates responded. He called Burgoyne out for McCrea’s murder as well as for his siding with the savages and actually paying them to kill and scalp Europeans. He told Burgoyne that he is disgraced that he…

…should hire the savages of America to scalp europeans and the descendants of europeans, nay more, that he should pay a price for each scalp so barbarously taken, is more than will be believed in England. […] Miss McCrae, a young lady lovely to the sight, of virtuous character and amiable disposition, engaged to be married to an officer of your army, was […] carried into the woods, and there scalped and mangled in the most shocking manner

Burgoyne played politics. If ever existed ‘ends justify the means’ thinking, that was it. Consequently, he placed himself squarely on the side of evil.

Great Britain’s use of Indians to terrorize Americans was not new either. One year before McCrea’s murder, the authors of the Declaration of Independence included this paragraph toward the end:

He (King George) has excited domestic insurrections amongst us, and has endeavoured to bring on the inhabitants of our frontiers, the merciless Indian Savages whose known rule of warfare, is an undistinguished destruction of all ages, sexes and conditions.

Colonist fence-sitters who wanted nothing to do with politics or war, became outraged. Hence, they took up arms against the British.

18th Century British Mentality Exists in 21st Century America

In the 18th century, King George III was a statist by any definition. Here is the definition of statism:

…the principle or policy of concentrating extensive economic, political, and related controls in the state at the cost of individual liberty.

That is what the first Revolutionary War was all about. As we see with how Burgoyne treated McCrea’s death, statists will do whatever is necessary to achieve their ends. In that case, sacrificing a young woman on the alter of an alliance with savages was preferable to justice.

That’s where we are today. The deep state that exists in America has demonstrated over and over that it has the same mentality. In some cases, that mentality has also led to murder without accountability. A failed gun running operation and a compound in Benghazi, Libya are perfect examples.

Operation Fast and Furious

In 2009, gun control was to the statist administration of Barack Obama what an alliance with the Indian savages was to the British in 1777. When Operation Fast and Furious was implemented, Obama’s ATF put guns in the hands of Mexican drug cartels. The reason? It wanted to exploit the predictable outcry of people angered that American guns were responsible for Mexican deaths.

Something went wrong. Mexicans used one of those guns to murder Border Patrol agent Brian Terry in 2010. Those responsible for the operation deserved justice.

As was the case with Burgoyne, that wasn’t going to happen. When ATF whistleblower approached his supervisor David Voth about the potential of murdered victims, Voth Responded:

“If you’re going to make an omelet, you’ve got to scramble some eggs.”

It seems like Burgoyne made the same point in justifying not to hold McCrea’s killers responsible. To this day, no one has paid a price for the program that led to Terry’s death.


Islamic savages murdered four Americans in Benghazi, Libya on September 11, 2012. These were the same savages that the Obama administration chose to align itself with. A little more than one year earlier, the U.S. helped the Muslim Brotherhood rebels in their effort to remove Muammar Gadhafi.

Therefore, the rebels should have been grateful. Instead, they not only murdered America’s ambassador to Libya, Christopher Stevens but no one responsible for U.S. policy there paid any price.

This was yet another example of how statists aligned with savages who murdered Americans. Especially relevant is the fact that those responsible for forging such alliances are allowed to go free.


Hungarian billionaire George Soros is the modern day equivalent of King George III. As such, he uses people to further his cause. He enlists people to fight his enemies. Soros is behind ANTIFA (Anti-Fascists), BLM (Black Lives Matter), Occupy Wall Street (OWS), Muslim Brotherhood in the U.S., et. al.

ANTIFA (Anti-Fascists) is only one of Soros’s tools. He uses many.

Soros uses all of those groups to defeat the ideological descendants of America’s colonists. Most noteworthy is that he uses them in the same way that King George III (KGIII) used the American Indians; he also pays them.

All of the groups that Soros is behind commit various crimes. Yet, they are never pay a price.

Treatment of Trump Supporters

Throughout 2016, deep state sympathizers physically attacked Trump supporters, without consequence. While they didn’t scalp anyone, they were essentially mercenaries for the deep state. In the 18th century, the British paid and relied on Indians to keep colonists intimidated.

Soros groups basically do the same thing with their rent-a-mob techniques.

Look at this video from San Jose in June of 2016. A mob of anti-American leftists surrounded a female Trump supporter. They hurled epithets and obscene gestures at her prior to hitting her in the face with an egg:

Here is a video with more context:

Yes, that woman was hit by eggs, tomatoes and watermelon. The anti-American mob didn’t scalp her or hit her with bricks.

While true, that’s not the point. The point is that statists want mobs to put down patriotism much as that statists in the 18th century wanted Indians to do the same thing.

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