Thursday, January 9, 2014

America, are you prepared for war? ...and the enemy is us!

Its Not Only In Texas
Don't even think about running an illegal bingo game in
The Richland County, South Carolina Sheriff's Department
(that's them above) just obtained an armored personnel
carrier, complete with a belt-fed, .50-cal turreted machine
gun. Sheriff Leon Lott has charmingly named the vehicle
 "The Peacemaker," and insists that using a caliber of
ammunition that even the U.S. military is reluctant to use
against human targets (it's generally reserved for use
against armored vehicles) will "save lives."
Texas Game Wardens Prepare for War
The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department (TPWD) has a newly minted SWAT team. To be sure, the agency maintains that this “cadre of specialty teams” will focus on search-and-rescue missions. However, the way Game Warden Cullen Stakes is dressed in the photo below↓ makes it pretty clear that he’s not getting ready to rescue people who have been stranded by floods, or have gotten lost in the woods.
Among the TPWD’s specialized units is the “Scout Team,” a group of 25 wardens who “have received a variety of training and can be used in border operations, dignitary protection, or any form of high-risk law enforcement, such as serving felony arrests or hostage situations,” explains Texas Parks & Wildlife magazine.
“We can have a team anywhere in Texas in four hours, and that’s the worst-case scenario,” boasts Law Enforcement Special Operations Chief Grahme Jones. “A lot of times it’s much faster.”
Game Warden Cullen
Game Warden??? 
For public consumption, the TPWD’s einsatzgruppen are portrayed as kindly people who will pluck terrified children from rooftops during floods, or come to the aid of people whose boats have broken down. However, the agency’s 532 wardens are “fully commissioned peace [sic] officers” who “have long assisted local authorities and state agencies,” observes Texas Parks & Wildlife. In other words: They’re cops, which means they are agents of officially sanctioned violence.
Jones points out that in addition to looking for “game and fish law violations,” wardens also “assist with community policing.” The last is an anodyne phrase that should be terrifying to reasonably well-informed people.
The government that afflicts Texas is run by extravagantly punitive people with a penchant for criminalizing practically everything. Several years ago, this anti-social compulsion led the Texas Legislature to enact a measure that would literally make a felony out of telling a fish story: A participant in a fishing tournament who exaggerates the size of his catch could be sent to prison for ten years, and be fined up to $10,000.
Obviously, tournament organizers who offer cash prizes have a powerful incentive to prevent fraud of this kind, and thus can be trusted to enforce their own rules and disqualify cheaters. But this isn’t satisfactory to the state’s “Better living through official coercion” constituency, who eagerly seize on any excuse to expand the roster of offenses that could give rise to an exercise in police overkill.
Significantly, the sponsor of the “make a fibbing fisherman a felon” law, Texas state representative Dan Flynn (a Republican, natch) admitted that “everybody always exaggerates … the size of their fish.” This means that every time somebody drops a hook and then reels in a fish, he’s a potential suspect – and thus a worthy target for a pack of armored, heavily armed wardens eager to show off their newly acquired tactical skills.
(Thanks to Mark Carroll for the tip.)

And have you ever heard of Paragould, Arkansas?
Arkansas town’s martial law plan 
by Natasha Lennard @

Following a rise in violent crime in Paragould, an Arkansas town of around 26,000 residents, the mayor and police chief announced that starting this month police in SWAT gear carrying AR-15s would patrol the streets.
“If you’re out walking, we’re going to stop you, ask why you’re out walking, and check for your ID,” police chief Todd Stovall told a December town hall meeting. As if to render the implementation of a visible police state more palatable, Stovall assured residents that police stops would not be based on any profiling: “We’re going to do it to everybody,”*see note below he said (Note from Norm: 26,000 residents? That's small town USA! Why Chicago has more crime than they'll ever imagine and you don't see this going on there...but on the other hand, Chicago is already under the control of Rahm Emanuel, a General among generals in Obama's Army.)

*Note:Does this remind you of anything?

Nazi Regime Prior Checking Everybody
circa World War II
Meanwhile, remember this headline...not widely reported by the Obama controlled main stream media.

"Feds Buy Two Billion Rounds of Ammunition"
 by William Bigelow

Something strange is going on. Federal non-military agencies have bought two billion rounds of ammunition in the last 10 months. The Obama Administration says that federal law enforcement agents need the ammunition for “mandatory quarterly firearms qualifications and other training sessions.”

Radio show host Mark Levin is suspicious. He commented:
Hollow Point Bullets
...designed to kill instantly or bleed to death
To provide some perspective, experts estimate that at the peak of the Iraq war American troops were firing around 5.5 million rounds per month. At that rate, the [Department of Homeland Security] is armed now for a 24-year Iraq war. A 24-year Iraq war! I’m going to tell you what I think is going on. I don’t think domestic insurrection. Law enforcement and national security agencies, they play out multiple scenarios. … I’ll tell you what I think they’re simulating: the collapse of our financial system, the collapse of our society and the potential for widespread violence, looting, killing in the streets, because that’s what happens when an economy collapses. I suspect that just in case our fiscal situation, our monetary situation, collapses, and following it the civil society collapses, that is the rule of law, they want to be prepared. I know why the government’s arming up: It’s not because there’s going to be an insurrection; it’s because our society is unraveling.
Even though the National Rifle Association says that the amount of ammunition bought isn’t excessive, considering the number of federal agents and the fact that the ammunition is used over a five-year period, there are others who question why the need for so many federal agents. Among them is Jeff Knox, director of The Firearms Coalition, who said:
It’s not the number of bullets we need to worry about but the number of feds with guns it takes to use those bullets. There are currently more than 70 different federal law enforcement agencies employing over 120,000 officers with arrest and firearms authority . . . That’s an increase of nearly 30 percent between 2004 and 2008. If the trends have continued upward at a relatively steady rate, that would put the total number of federal law enforcement officers at somewhere between 135,000 and 145,000. That’s a pretty staggering number, especially when you consider that there are only an estimated 765,000 state and local law enforcement officers. That means that about one in seven law enforcement officers in the country works directly for the federal government, not a local jurisdiction. ___________________________________
It's not the bullets we need to worry about...its Obama!  And he was upfront in telling us his plans from the beginning (see video below↓).  Do we have to repeat this video another 310,000,000 times before America wakes up (That's three-hundred million! Approximate population of America)

Wake up! ↓This is what its coming to....↓

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