Police demonise Christian population by ridiculing God claiming Tara shooters were ‘Christian extremists’
From ABC and Cairns News
Deputy Queensland Police Commissioner Tracy Linford said alleged Tara shooters Nathaniel, Gareth, and Stacey Train acted as an autonomous cell and executed a planned “attack directed at police” at Wieambilla in December.
They allegedly shot Constable Rachel McCrow, 29, Constable Matthew Arnold, 26, and neighbour Alan Dare at their property in the Western Downs on December 12.
“We don’t believe this attack was random or spontaneous,” Deputy Police Commissioner Linford said.
Gareth, Nathaniel and Stacey Train shot by special operations police in December 2022. The majority if not all state Labor politicians are atheists or worse because of their policy of allowing nine month old babies to be killed at abortion clinics so it comes as no surprise that their senior police officers reject Christianity.
“We do believe it was an attack directed at police.
“There was significant evidence of advanced preparation and planning.”
Police found camouflaged hiding places at the property, barriers such as dirt mounds and logs, six firearms, three bow and arrows, a number of knives, CCTV, radios, mirrors on trees, and a trap door under the house, which might have enabled an easy escape.
Deputy Commissioner Linford said police had been investigating Stacey Train’s diary, as well as the trio’s texts, social media postings and 190 interviews.
“What we’ve been able to glean from that information is that the Train family members subscribe to what we would call a broad Christian fundamentalist belief system, known as premillennialism,” she said.
Deputy Police Commissioner Linford said the trio saw police “as monsters and demons”.
She said the COVID pandemic, climate change, global conflicts and social disparity contributed to their belief in their system.
Linford derides the return of Christ
“Whilst the behaviour was similar in some respect to sovereign citizens, we don’t believe this was connected to a sovereign citizen ideology, we believe it’s connected to the Christian extremist ideology,” she said.
“There was a belief that Christ will return to the Earth … and provide peace and prosperity.
“But it will be preceded by an era, or a period of time of tribulation, widespread destruction and suffering.
“They started preparing for the end of days.”
Deputy Commissioner Linford said police had garnered from Stacey’s diary, which was written over the last few years, that there was “not one catalyst event” which led to their extremism, but Nathaniel’s heart attack in 2021 made him more religious.
Other factors included Nathaniel and Stacey losing their jobs — as a principal in Walgett primary school in NSW and head of curriculum at a school in Tara in Queensland — because they did not get the COVID vaccine.
Anti-vaxxers are anti-government
“They certainly had their views around anti vaccination, and as a consequence of that, anti-government,” she said.
Deputy Commissioner Linford said police do not believe any other people were locally involved in planning the attack.
“There is absolutely no evidence at this time that there is anyone else in Australia that participated or assisted in this attack,” she said.
However, police are working with the FBI in the United States over people who commented on the Trains’ social media posts.
Christian extremist ideology linked to other attacks
She said Christian extremist ideology has been linked to other attacks in the world, such as the Waco massacre in the 1990s, but this was the first time it had occurred in Australia.
She said the coroner will make the final determinations on the motivation and what led to the attack.
The four officers went to the property to follow up an outstanding warrant relating to firearms and a border breach by shooter Nathaniel Train, as well as a missing person report.
Nathaniel was reported missing by his wife in NSW and after crossing the border during COVID restrictions, he went to the Wieambilla property owned by Gareth and Stacey.
An officer visited the address in August last year and later tried calling the Trains.
“I don’t think there’s any question that they would have known that at some point in time police were coming, but whether or not they would have anticipated it was specifically that day, we wouldn’t say that,” Deputy Commissioner Linford said.
“The way that they had set their property up, there are clear indications that they had done a lot of planning.”
She said police did not know Nathaniel was residing at the address at the time of the siege, but thought he could have camped in bush nearby.
Police knew Nathaniel had firearms
Deputy Commissioner Linford said police would have anticipated that Nathaniel had three firearms with him, but he didn’t have any previous serious criminal history.
“There was nothing to indicate to the members that would have attended on that day, that they were going to be ambushed,” she said.
Deputy Commissioner Linford said there was no indication from Stacey’s diaries that she was a victim of domestic violence and “she clearly had a view similar to what we saw from Nathaniel and Gareth”.
Furthermore, there was no particular “ringleader” among them, she said.
“When you have three acting together, it’s challenging to say it’s a mental health issue,” Deputy Commissioner Linford said.
Police have taken statements from the family of the trio.
One of the major flaws in the police investigation is daughter Madelyn’s claim that her mother Stacey hated guns, and that Stacey attempted to flee the house but was shot because she was “carrying a weapon.”
A real perspective on the Tara Siege
by columnist Lyndesy Symonds
In the Official Conspiracy Theory of the Tara Siege, the Trains are being demonized as ‘conspiracy theorists’, ‘sovereign citizens’, gun nutters, bushies, CoVID Correctness resisters, anti-vaxxers, preppers, hard trainers and severe disciplinarians (bordering on abuse) of dogs and school children. I am waiting for the revelation that they also tortured small animals. Is there anything we can add to this picture of the population here being identified for demonisation and pending legislation.
Despite three sacrificial lambs and good guys in this burgeoning story, the Australian people have seen police CoVID enforcement in action. No matter how bad the Trains are made to look in the Official Conspiracy Theory, the police are never going to get back respect and compliance from the public that was once widespread. Too many people are becoming aware of the CoVID Regime in Australia.
Meanwhile the Official CoVID narrative and correctness continues to circle the drain. Nothing conceals the fact that the United [Communist] Nations CoVID Regime (all tiers of government) is running a depopulation operation with a bioweapon. Nothing conceals the fact that this is being enforced by police and mandated by the government / corporate sectors. The deaths of young police constables who may have even had idealistic ideas about what the police once stood for in terms of honourable service will not be able to redeem the Official Narrative.
And there is nothing in the Official Conspiracy Theory of the Tara Siege which has ruled out the involvement of Darker Forces than just the Qld. Police and ‘off gridders’ – an involvement that (being a conspiracy theorist) I strongly suspect.
Why would four officers be going out to a routine missing persons inquiry on a remote property inhabited by persons that no one knows anything about anyway? Look at Black / Diversity entitlement to crime in Qld. Through the roof stats. Your car is jacked, you are robbed in broad daylight. Good luck with getting the police to attend.