Getting harder to ignore and call it tinfoil. Strange?

Getting harder to ignore and call it tinfoil. Strange?

PostBy: Flyer5 On: Mon Mar 04, 2013 9:47 am

I am not sure how I feel about this. Why would we need these on our streets and so many of them as well? Are we expecting to increase our military parades?

http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2013/03 ... stockpile/
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Re: Getting harder to ignore and call it tinfoil. Strange?

PostBy: Paulie On: Mon Mar 04, 2013 10:31 am

No fear, we have been at war for 10 years, and with that comes surplus equipment and production as these conflicts come to a close. The ammo may just be burning up budget money, or more likely, hedging against price increase that are bound to happen
with the cost of materials bumping up and a reduction in production as the wars close. As far as the government having having
plans to march on main st, parades and natural disasters only. I remember as a kid when the army trucks (national guard) finally
came down main st days after the blizzard of 78, it was NICE to see them around!
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Re: Getting harder to ignore and call it tinfoil. Strange?

PostBy: waldo lemieux On: Mon Mar 04, 2013 1:57 pm

Flyer,

If you guys would give up your assault weapons the gubement wouldn't have to buy these :P

Waldo
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Re: Getting harder to ignore and call it tinfoil. Strange?

PostBy: I'm On Fire On: Mon Mar 04, 2013 2:04 pm

Deja Vu. There's now two of these threads.

How does the gobernment expect to power these vehicles? Lord Slobama has his sights on getting rid of coal and oil. Does he plan on putting wind turbine engines in them? Maybe use electric?

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Re: Getting harder to ignore and call it tinfoil. Strange?

PostBy: Flyer5 On: Mon Mar 04, 2013 2:06 pm

waldo lemieux wrote:Flyer,

If you guys would give up your assault weapons the gubement wouldn't have to buy these :P

Waldo



What assault weapons? ;)
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Re: Getting harder to ignore and call it tinfoil. Strange?

PostBy: plumb-r On: Mon Mar 04, 2013 2:28 pm

Ignore nothing, in till proven to be true or not. Anything built by man, can also be destroyed by man. :)
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Re: Getting harder to ignore and call it tinfoil. Strange?

PostBy: SMITTY On: Mon Mar 04, 2013 2:47 pm

waldo lemieux wrote:....
If you guys would give up your assault weapons the gubement wouldn't have to buy these ....

There's no such thing as an "assault" weapon. That is a media-coined term meant to gin up an emotional response from an uneducated populace.



Flyer5 wrote:I am not sure how I feel about this. Why would we need these on our streets and so many of them as well? Are we expecting to increase our military parades?

http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2013/03 ... stockpile/

Something is coming. Nobody is exactly sure of the "what" & "when". A few have come out in the past week and have said a "major" economic "event" will occur in the next 60 days. With a debt as high as we have now, anything is possible - frankly I'm shocked it hasn't happened already. Seeing how people completely melt down after just one week without power, after a month of no power / no food, the streets will be a completely different place than we've grown accustomed to. It's going to be VERY ugly ....

If history is any indicator, be aware that the gov't will have no problem using those vehicles against the American populace.
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Re: Getting harder to ignore and call it tinfoil. Strange?

PostBy: DieselBob On: Mon Mar 04, 2013 7:21 pm

I might go with the “we ordered so many and now don't need them all” explanation for the MRAP armored assault vehicle but it is my understanding that the ammo is all hollow point that I was under the impression was outlawed for military use in combat. Please correct me if I am in error, wouldn't be the first time. I have always had a slight uneasy feeling every sense all the LEO's started looking more and more like a military assault unit. I know it's just me. :bag:
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Re: Getting harder to ignore and call it tinfoil. Strange?

PostBy: cabinover On: Mon Mar 04, 2013 7:30 pm

Paulie wrote:No fear, we have been at war for 10 years, and with that comes surplus equipment and production as these conflicts come to a close. The ammo may just be burning up budget money, or more likely, hedging against price increase that are bound to happen
with the cost of materials bumping up and a reduction in production as the wars close.


Uhhh....just what part of any government operation have you ever seen be concerned with the cost of anything?

And if we're almost done with these wars just why would they feel the need for all the bullets bought in the last year or so?

Just asking.
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Re: Getting harder to ignore and call it tinfoil. Strange?

PostBy: lsayre On: Mon Mar 04, 2013 8:03 pm

Perhaps the DHS is becoming the promised civilian force that is to be just as strong, just as powerful, and just as well funded as the military?
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Re: Getting harder to ignore and call it tinfoil. Strange?

PostBy: rberq On: Mon Mar 04, 2013 8:13 pm

Paulie wrote:No fear, we have been at war for 10 years, and with that comes surplus equipment and production as these conflicts come to a close. The ammo may just be burning up budget money, or more likely, hedging against price increase that are bound to happen
with the cost of materials bumping up and a reduction in production as the wars close. As far as the government having having
plans to march on main st, parades and natural disasters only. I remember as a kid when the army trucks (national guard) finally
came down main st days after the blizzard of 78, it was NICE to see them around!

Oh, come on, weren't you issued a CONSPIRACY HAT when you joined the forum? Put it on, man! :P
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Re: Getting harder to ignore and call it tinfoil. Strange?

PostBy: KLook On: Mon Mar 04, 2013 8:15 pm

The best part of screwing you is telling you he is going to do it and then watching everyone fight about whether you are being screwed, are paranoid, or delusional. This is the transparency he mentioned. They knew there would be a run up in arms, they obviously do not care. To my knowledge, hollow point ammo is banned by the rules of engagement or the Geneva Convention. That means a lot of practice or an arms build up. Guess which with the purchase of these trucks.

Kevin
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Re: Getting harder to ignore and call it tinfoil. Strange?

PostBy: plumb-r On: Mon Mar 04, 2013 8:25 pm

Homeland security isn't military ,and they don't plan on using the hollow point bullets on military, they are supposedly going to us them on terrorists. Are American civilians considered terrorists if they don't comply to a executive order? If you tighten the tin foil tighter on your head you start to ask yourself with all the new defense cuts to go in to effect now, can the government afford 1.5 billion in armored vehicles for homeland security? He's scaling down OUR military and building HIS security force. Can't the us military fill the niche? That's right I forgot Obummers afraid they won't carry out his deeds against the constitution.Everyone better start practicing "Heil Hitler" :mad:
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Re: Getting harder to ignore and call it tinfoil. Strange?

PostBy: KLook On: Mon Mar 04, 2013 8:34 pm

The US military is prohibited from acting against the citizens. The National Guard is under the control of the states.

Kevin
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Re: Getting harder to ignore and call it tinfoil. Strange?

PostBy: Flyer5 On: Mon Mar 04, 2013 8:59 pm

KLook wrote:The US military is prohibited from acting against the citizens. The National Guard is under the control of the states.

Kevin



And DHS follows the orders of the emperor er I mean president
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