A reflection on Tre Arrow, The FBI: election Fraud and manhunts
I never knew the private Tre. I never spent a week with him in the forest singing songs around the campfire. I never shared dates and coconut. I never shared a private joke, gave a lingering hug, or went dumpster diving with him. The Tre I knew, that most people in Portland knew, was the political role model that Tre represented. A young man, heroically standing by his morals, sacrificing a life of white male privilege to living in poverty, wearing second hand clothing, eating donated and dumpstered food to protect the heartland of America's forests. Some reflected that he was a criminal; others saw him as a potential congressman.
That's right. Tre Arrow ran for government office and lost. While many votes did go for him, even Tre knew that he would not win. So why did he run?
When I think of Tre I always think of him, as he would have been if he had won a government position. A man of strong fortitude, persuasiveness, and not likely to corrupted by greed or perks like other politicians. Ah, imagine for a moment a strong resistance having occurred within the senate and congress before the Iraq war. Imagine a grassroots resistance occurring among politicians against the illegal occupation of Bush of government office. Imagine that all 1,000,000 denied black voters had been counted in Florida.
Shortly after Tre Arrow, green party candidate had lost public office; I heard that he was alleged to have set fire to logging trucks. Meanwhile the country collapsed. Reports leaked through that at least a million black votes were denied in Florida through faulty voting records, machines, and the refusal to pick votes up. But what Tre arrow did? This, the FBI, would declare was one of the number one acts of domestic terrorism. Not the denial of 1 million black voters from voting by die bold aka choice point.com but a couple of trucks set on fire.
For years they dogged his footsteps, released false reports, and generally attempted to stir the voices of the forest every couple of months about him. Some choice articles included ones saying that Tre was government agent, was hanging out at the Cascadia Forest Alliance, etc. The allegations were numerous and to stupid to really discuss in depth.
Many folks didn't want to talk about the government targeting the green party after their corrupt elections. They simply whispered a little quieter at night. The green party had to accept that it was no longer a viable option. After all known criminals had been known to run for office. Like Tre. Simply put the long illustrious career of criminals holding office was simply forgotten. Their attempts to so discredit the Green party were so rabid as the need to mention Tre, Green and FBI together as many times as possible.
The problem is, is that those in Oregon don't buy the bullshit. Tre could have lived in downtown Portland the entire time and he wouldn't have been turned in. The folks of Oregon know that it is unabashedly the government who is destroying both the Salmon industry and forest industry with their horrid greed. With Taxpayers ending up the losers as Home depot becomes the second richest corporation in America. Hell, even the republicans adopted green speech because they knew that without it they would never get into public office without it in Oregon.
Spiraling out of control. More and more Republicans have needed to turn towards physical assault, blackmail, smear campaigns and the misallocation of taxpayers dollars to gain public office. As the FBI searched for a great man, a man truly embodying the great spirit of the West, a man whose crimes inspires the songs of folktales, inspiring a literature reminiscent of Jack London, they failed to see what was occurring. They failed to understand the flavor and fauna of the west. They failed to see Tre arrow for what he will be...
As I said originally I never knew who Tre Arrow was. I only knew him as a person on a ballot in the most fraudulent election in America's history, and then as a man on the run from this government. And I for one will continue to support traditional old west values, by supporting a man who attempts to preserve the natural beauty of the old west and the spirit of the wild! I support Tre. I hope that opthers will tell as many people as they can that they support Tre, and the great work that he did. Maybe it's about time that Tre gets a government office, a steady paycheck, and the forest service starts answering to him. Let's preserve Oregon's forests; let's preserve Oregon's way of life. Vote for