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Friday, December 5, 2014

Some Actions Have Serious Consequences: IN MY OPINION:


By political activist W.T. RoadBlock Harrell

November 11, 2014

The recent tragic event in Jacksonville Florida proves one thing: The IO’s manifesto to create chaos and incite violence has no limit, even if their actions result in death.


The Iron Order was founded in 2004 by a group of federal agents and an attorney. The founders and managers of the IO are made up, in part, of federal and state agents who have, over the years, made a career of prosecuting America’s motorcycle clubs. By their own admission, they are determined to destroy all other clubs and associations, our biker lifestyle, and the freedoms guaranteed to Americans by the U.S. Constitution.

The Iron Order International Sergeant at Arms states: “I know our club has the advantage. One percenters won’t call the cops. So what the fuck, destroy any fucker that confronts you. It’s a free ticket….”

That statement says it all.

The stated goals of the IO are that they will adhere to none of the rules, protocols or standards of the biker community. Moreover they will confront and prosecute anyone who objects to their aggressive actions. The IO members think they can commit illegal acts, then hide behind the law enforcement community and the blanket approval of the Justice Department. So far, they have done just that.

Over the past ten years IO members have routinely used their access to law enforcement data banks to get personal information about people they consider their enemies. The IO uses that information to harass, intimidate, threaten, and assault individuals and families.

They deliberately wear the colors and identifying patches of long established, old school clubs, including the one percenter diamond. They do this to incite violence over their blatant disrespect. Based on the recent Jacksonville tragedy, I would guess that many of their younger members have no idea of the importance or consequences of dishonoring a long established club’s tradition, or the danger their leaders put them in. In the IO world, its own members are just as expendable as their targets.


Ironically, many of the IO members are active duty military, military veterans and law enforcement. As members of this “club,” these men violate the oath they swore to: to protect and defend the Constitution against all enemies, foreign and domestic. They blindly follow the jackbooted thugs running the IO, making these new members an accessory to the leaders’ illegal activity. (Sounds like a RICO indictment waiting to happen??)

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