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Why buy all this ammunition unless you plan to use it.
It is unlawful to even buy it, per the "Purpose Act." This has nothing to do with their agency mission. It is more evidence of lawlessness.it is likely unlawful for them to use this type pf ammo.
OneDay wrote:Yes. I heard the show too GS. The host of the show thinks the admonition is being placed for foreign troops for an invasion event. Scary stuff!
Yeh. Exactly. Who do they plan to shoot? And why are they planning to have to shoot so many?
Are they planning on some kind of civil meltdown like resulting after an EMP attack?
Should we connect the dots of the Russian Nuclear Submarine cruising “undetected” for several weeks in the Gulf of Mexico, with a dry run drill of an EMP attack on America, and the arming of many DHS subagencies all over the country?
An absolute read (if you’re OK to loose sleep for weeks after that): One second after by william Forstchen.
The recent purchase of ammunition by several federal agencies has triggered a stir in the blogosphere that monitors government activity. First, the Department of Homeland Security ordered 450 million rounds of ammunition, then the National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) submitted an order for 46,000 rounds, and the Social Security Administration placed an order for 174,000 rounds.
The Department of Homeland Security has made other big purchases of ammo. According to Major General Jerry Curry, USA (Ret.), earlier this year, the DHS ordered 750 million rounds of hollow-point ammunition. It then turned around and ordered an additional 750 million rounds of miscellaneous bullets, including some that are capable of penetrating walls.
Hollow points are designed to expand as they strike human flesh, causing maximum damage. Since these types of bullets are banned by the Hague Convention of 1899, Declaration III, the only logical target they can be used against is the citizenry of the United States.
There doesn't seem to be any plausible reason for this huge order of ammunition. It can’t be just for training; there aren’t that many weapons in the U.S. to fire it. In the war in Iraq, our military forces used about 70 million rounds per year. Right now, the DHS has enough ammunition to empty five rounds into the body of every living American citizen.
I'm amazed that no one in Congress is asking why the weather people would need to be so well armed. I had no idea it was so dangerous at the Social Security Administration. Since the folks at the U.S. Post Office face the greater threat from barking dogs, I'm surprised they haven't asked for an allotment of tactical nuclear warheads.
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