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Should We Kill The Politicians Before They Kill Us?

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Should We Kill The Politicians Before They Kill Us?

“The first thing we do, let's kill all the lawyers.” William Shakespeare, Henry the Sixth

That was four hundred years ago, long before lawyers would come to hold most elected offices. 41% of the current congress are lawyers, six times the rate of the general population. The greatest concentration of lawyers is in Washington, D.C., and that is turning out to be a very bad thing.

This could well be the most sinister article I have ever written. We are sitting ducks. Easy prey. We are naive and easy to manipulate.

Groggy and sloggy on high fructose corn syrup. Corpulent and congested by pink slime beef and other toxins marketed as food, we ain’t gonna put up much of a fight.

Even if we could, they are ready and waiting for us. With their LRAD noise cannons, drones, armored vehicles, chemical weapons, Active Denial Systems and all of the right stuff to start offing citizens in large numbers.

To illustrate, I found this in Top 10 Future Law Enforcement Technologies by Amy Miller. As you read this, remember that this was three years ago.

“Has a chicken breast ever gone into a microwave oven without an absolute massacre being the end result? The ADS system (Active Denial System) aims to do the same thing to pesky rioters, high risk threats, and otherwise heavily shielded and protected targets.

High frequency targeted microwaves are projected at an offender sparking a reaction in the water carrying molecules and fatty tissues, causing the target to heat up from the inside out. Immediately, the target is unable to continue in the same fashion as before, they are in immense pain, and too uncomfortable to continue as a threat. It provides a biological reaction in the body, incapacitating the target and rendering them effectively useless for a longer period of time than other non-lethal methods.”

Non-lethal? Maybe, but the first degree burns it produces make it the modern day equivalent of pouring burning oil on them. Does hell have a special place for people who think this stuff up? A chicken breast in a microwave? That’s all we are to them.

I guess the Occupy movement is cooked.

But wait, there’s more…..

Homeland Security just bought 450 million rounds of .40 caliber ammunition. That is not a typo—450 million rounds. That is enough to shoot every American 1.5 times. These, we are told, are to protect us from a very large, well organized threat for which no plausible evidence exists.

Further, due to the destructive force of the expansion of the bullet, hollow-points are prohibited in international warfare, so they can only be used on us.

There are just us and them…and a few Middle Eastern crazies, straight from central casting, that they trot out from time to time to try to make us believe that all of this is for our own good.

The truth is that the only well-armed organized terrorists preparing to come into our communities will be sent by our politicians. If this is how they plan to handle unemployment and poverty domestically, it is hard to envision a time when any sort of even modest global accord could be achieved. Peace on earth? Yeah, good luck with that.

Meanwhile, they’ve been fine tuning the Constitution more to their liking by eliminating the first, fourth, fifth, and fourteenth amendments with the argument that times have changed and surely our founding fathers would want us to bring this quaint, pre-terrorism list of suggestions up to date.

I think that the only thing our founding fathers might have wanted is for us to have fought harder. Now it might be too late.

On New Year’s Eve, while nobody was looking, the president signed into law the National Defense Authorization Act, which for the first time in American history, makes legal the practice of apprehending and detaining, without writ or warrant, any American citizen, indefinitely, without trial.

It is based on a relatively new concept in law that all that is needed is the mere suspicion that an individual is thinking about breaking the law in order to arrest and detain them. I recently heard a government official defend it by asking the rhetorical question, “Well, if we think a crime is about to be committed, you would want us to prevent it?”

Never mind the Constitution, the presumption of innocence, or the right to due process.

As more and more Americans are discovering, if you try to stand up against the system in even a civil matter, you can wind up being jailed.

Except for a handful of brave judges, the vast majority of the judiciary has sold out. They, too, go on to great paying jobs with the law firms they favor in their rulings.

So, if one of those 450 million DHS hollow points doesn’t find you, than you might be one of those intended for a FEMA camp or a jail cell.

Meet the prison industrial complex; possibly the greatest single benefactor of our trumped up war of terror. Just ask Wells Fargo, a major investor. They know a sure thing when they see it.

Politicians keep telling us that crime is down, so who are they putting in all these prisons?

In 1980, there were two hundred and twenty people incarcerated for every hundred thousand Americans; by 2010, the number had more than tripled, to seven hundred and thirty-one. No other country even approaches that. In the past two decades, the money that states spend on prisons has risen at six times the rate of spending on higher education.

Remember the old saying, “You get what you pay for”? The education a child gets determines their fate. If we spend way more on prisons than we do on education, the results are predictable and the results speak for themselves. We are “Prison Nation”.

The US has 5% of the world’s population and 25% of the worlds incarcerated. Either we are some seriously bad-ass, mother-fuckers or something is very, very wrong. Ironically, the US also has 66% of the world’s lawyers serving 5% of the world’s population. I’m not sure what that suggests.

The prison business approaches a community desperate for jobs and commerce, and offers to build and operate a prison with local resources; but, there’s just one little catch—the community has to keep the prison full.

Recently, Corrections Corporation of America offered to buy and operate existing state prisons. Their offer requires the states to guarantee 90 percent occupancy.

Now, anyone and everyone is a potential customer for the local gray bar motel.

Within the last year, four different people I know were arrested and jailed while appearing in court on civil matters—not criminal, but civil.

Last year 40,000 new laws were passed in the US. Can you list them all? See how ridiculous it is becoming? That’s what you get when you have two thirds of the world’s lawyers.

FEMA camps, for real or paranoid lunatic nonsense?

All that I can verify is that the “emergency camps” have been put out to contractors for bid.

On February 24, 2012, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) posted the final draft solicitation for what they are calling a National Responder Support Camp (NRSC).

You can read it for yourself. My general impression is that particulars of the camps, as defined in the request for bid, are intended to have two separate groups residing at the camps for a long period of time. Ten percent of the group will live in additional secured quarters and receive better amenities than the other ninety percent of residents.

That scenario would suggest more of a prison environment than a short-term aid facility operated by members of the community. The camps would need to be operational in 72 hours. Though the request for bids suggest staffing with local labor, it concedes that under such short notice, local residents might not be able to respond so staff would be brought from other areas. They’ll be the ones in the crisp, brown shirts.

The locations of the camps have already been picked. Awesome! It appears that our ever forward-looking leaders already know where the next big disasters will be. Comforting, very comforting.

Meanwhile, a devastating disaster is already upon us and no one is responding to that.

For people who lost their homes to crooked banking schemes or a natural disaster, the result is the same.

This, despite the fact we spend a fortune on Governments who do little more than act as a conduit for the syphoning off of middle class prosperity.

They submit a budget, and then they overspend it.

Given unrestricted ability to do whatever they want without any interference from citizens or fiscal restraints you would think they must be doing a great job for us, but exactly the opposite is the case.

They suck. They are absolutely terrible at what they do. There must be a requirement to work in the government that you have absolutely no common sense whatsoever.

Take a look.

In the years since 9/11, we have learned that the attacks might have been prevented if US “intelligence” agencies had shared information.

Experts had issued urgent warnings about the levees protecting New Orleans years before Katrina.

The very name Katrina has become synonomous with “cluster-fuck”, because of the incompetence of FEMA’s response, and the fact that little has improved in New Orleans since.

The occupations of Iraq and Afghanistan have been grim reminders of why we should not go to war.

Marked by general implementation failures by U.S. agencies and evidence of massive corruption, Iraq and Afghanistan will be this generations Vietnam, right down to the lingering social costs including drug abuse and homelessness.

Military procurement systems are, according to retired military leaders, so broken that they now jeopardize national security. According to them, the U.S. is buying armaments that are overpriced, unneeded, and technically defective.

What about the economy? How has lowering taxes and eliminating or failing to enforce regulations benefited the economy? Well, the rich got way richer and the middle class got wiped out.

Let’s take a moment to evaluate and grade the performance of some important agencies.

  1. 1. The Government Services Administration, GSA

Since they are currently in the news, I thought why not start with them. The GSA is an important agency because it is the procurement arm for the entire Federal Government except the military. They buy stuff; lots of stuff. Everything you could imagine and some stuff you couldn’t.

Obviously, there is a potential for relationships to develop between vendors and buyers. Budda-bing, budda-bang, budda-boom, if you get my drift.

Why, heck, if you didn’t have the right people in this agency they could be buying $900 toilet seats, taking kickbacks, and wasting the tax payer’s money on themselves in a manor so lavish and arrogant that it would create corruption in all directions.

So, when news surfaced of the GSAs Caligula like event in Vegas, it struck me as rather ironic that these are the people responsible for booking all government travel, so this goes to the very core of what they do.

GSA Grade: F

  1. 2. The Food and Drug Administration, FDA

When it comes to public health and safety, no agency is more vital than the agency responsible for protecting Americans from the potential dangers of bad drugs and poisonous food. Everyone eats food, and in this country, almost everyone takes prescribed medication.

The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) found that contaminated food products are so common that Americans suffer 76 million illnesses, 325,000 hospitalizations, and 5000 deaths every year. That frightening number means that one of every four Americans will suffer a food-related illness in the next 12 months.

Do not put that in your mouth. Salmonella in the sushi, E-coli in the chicken, pink slime beef.

The agency did not require any testing of Genetically Modified Organisms GMOs before approving their sale to the American public.

Irradiation is now a common method of extending shelf-life. It destroys a large proportion of the nutrients in food, a problem that is compounded as food sits out its increased shelf-life. Cooking escalates the problem further still. The end result is empty-calorie food that could actually increase nutritional deficiencies. No wonder everybody is fat and hungry.

So much for the food, what about the drugs?

Vioxx, Bextra, Baycol, Zellnorm and 27 other drugs have been withdrawn since 1980 due to serious, often fatal side effects.

The abuse of prescription medication is America’s largest and among the most costly of our health problems.

FDA Grade: FF

  1. 3. The Environmental Protection Agency, EPA

Don’t drink the water and don’t breathe the air. The medications are now showing up in ever increasing quantities in our drinking water.

On April 8th, the EPA rejected a petition to ban the sale of the 2,4-D pesticide, a major ingredient in the Vietnam-era defoliant 'Agent Orange'. Dow Chemical, is hoping to receive approval to sell genetically modified corn seeds that will dramatically increase the usage of 2,4-D.

In defending its decision, the EPA pointed to a study conducted by Dow. That’s good enough for me.

The Center for Food Safety said this, "This novel corn will foster resistant weeds that require more toxic pesticides to kill, followed by more resistance and more pesticides - a chemical arms race in which the only winners are pesticide/biotechnology firms."

So who is right? We need look no further than Monsanto’s GMO corn which is experiencing massive crop failures and developing mutated and resistant insects as a result of its widespread usage. Innocuous as this may seem, it is irrefutable evidence of the potential for worldwide crop failure if we keep tinkering with Mother Nature.

Meanwhile the FDA has become the primary foe of organic growers and natural food co-ops.

And, you were worried about Al Qaeda.

EPA Grade: FFF

  1. 4. Agencies Policing the Financial Services Industry

There are a host of agencies policing the financial services industry including, but not limited to, the SEC, the OCC, the FTC, the IRS, the FBI and the DOJ.

Under their watchful eyes, banks morphed into global money sucking machines that vacuumed up every dollar they could while all of the above stood around and said “duh.”

Not a single one of them sought to find out why Credit Default Swaps had soared from nearly zero in 2000 to an estimated $60 trillion in 2008, or how Derivatives, investments that have no value of their own, could grow to six times the value of everything on the planet.

SEC, FBI and all the financial watchdog agencies are the Mr. Magoos of law enforcement.

Grade: FFFF

  1. 5. The Department of Health and Human Services 

Our system for financing the costly federal health care system subsidizes the overuse of advanced technologies while underfinancing highly effective and lower-cost public health measures. Here again, the results speak for themselves.

More money per person is spent on health care in the USA than in any other nation in the world, and a greater percentage of total income is spent on health care in the USA than in any United Nations member except for East Timor. Is there a West Timor?

Yet, The Commonwealth Fund ranked the United States last in the quality of health care among similar countries. The USA is the only wealthy, industrialized nation that does not ensure that all citizens have coverage.

The U.S. Census Bureau reported that a record 50.7 million Americans—16.7% of the population—were uninsured in 2009.

The consequences are real. We are 48th in life expectancy, below most developed nations and some developing nations. The World Health Organization (WHO) ranked the U.S. health care system as the highest in cost, 37th in overall performance, and 72nd by overall level of health among 191 member nations included in the study.

A 2009 Harvard study estimated that 44,800 excess deaths occurred annually due to lack of health insurance.

Fifty percent of all bankruptcies are due to medical expenses.

Department of Health and Human Services: Grade: FFFFF

  1. 6. Department of Energy

Some of the most profitable of all corrupt activities involve energy. Remember Dick Cheney’s secret energy meetings? Those led directly to electricity deregulation scams, corporate welfare for energy producers, fracking, the BP oil spill, gas pipeline explosions, high gas prices, faulty nuclear reactors, and an unreliable grid.

  1. 7. Department of Housing and Urban Development

One word…Detroit.

More and more American cities are starting to look like Detroit.

This is what our money bought. Our infrastructure is in desperate condition. Roads, bridges, rail, water, sewage systems, and many dams are in dangerous disrepair around the country. Large sections of New Orleans remain wrecked and highly vulnerable.

The DOJ sells guns to Mexican drug cartels, and launders their money while aggressively pursuing the cartels competition.

What we have today is what they want us to have. So, we get prisons, not schools. We get war, not peace. We get poverty, not prosperity. We get genetically modified organisms, not food. We get wealth for a few and misery for the masses. We get oppression, not freedom. Who did it? The politicians.

You can’t vote them out because they are fungible, and the system itself prohibits most honest candidates from competing for funds. Podunk mayor and council races generate hundreds of thousands of dollars in campaign spending for jobs that pay $12,000 a year.

Money now owns the system at every level.

It really is too late for voting. We still must vote or we send the message that we just don’t care at all, but that won’t change anything.

We have seen the enemy and we see them arming for a fight and a post-fight occupation.

Maybe you read the tea leaves differently. Maybe you think they have good intentions but really poor execution.

I read 450 million hollow points for Homeland use, an explosion of prison populations, a corrupted court system and poison everywhere as a potential threat to my right to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.

When they see you as a chicken breast, you know your vote matters little and your life even less.

George W. Mantor
The Real Estate Professor
Founder, American Foreclosure Resistance Movement
http://www.realtown.com/gwmantor/blog

www.4closureFraud.org

 


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Sat, 04/28/2012 - 09:07 | Link to Comment Seer
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"The true guns are the will of the people to impose a rule of law by using the elective process to give power to honest people and take power from crony capitalisits bending all kinds of rules."

And then you wake up to the reality of humankind...

That's pure fantasy-land shit.  It was, and always has been a big story to herd the sheep.  ALWAYS two sets of laws: one for the lawmakers and one for the rest.  Like the US Constitution was a great thing for the original North American Natives? (and how ironic that much of its tone was borrowed from the very people that the righteous white people then slaughtered)

Nature is all about deception.  Everything that we're seeing now is about deception.  It's about trying to distract one another in order to get slices of the cheese (resources).  Should be pretty clear that there is ZERO chance that we're ever going to accept some sort of agreement to enable everyone to get cheese when the cheese supply is dwindling and it may end up shorting us of our god-given right to cheese: on one side the argument is that the govt would then control everything; on the other it's that only a select group of individuals (oligarchs, perhaps corporations) would then control everything - STALEMATE!  All problematic when cheese-eaters increase in ever-expanding numbers...

NOTE: Slight sarcasm here; but, reflect on comments made by the ever-influential Henry Kissinger about "useless eaters."

Sat, 04/28/2012 - 10:54 | Link to Comment falak pema
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for u Jefferson, Washington, Voltaire, Danton, never existed...very depressing. The kings HAVE been beheaded in the past...and history could repeat. Especially when those in power have goofed so badly as today...They have given the keys of the west to the East! ...Hey, just walk in, Constantinople is all yours! We don't care, our money is safe all over the world! Its those 99% shills who lose back home, but who cares! ...Maggy and Ronny told them so !

And you think that 500 million people will buy that without a fight? 

Fri, 04/27/2012 - 23:36 | Link to Comment Van Halen
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Think about this... the fact that they are raping us the way they are while we have the guns we do, should tell you how little they fear us. Or our guns. 

Sat, 04/28/2012 - 09:12 | Link to Comment Seer
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"Or our guns"

Which were made by...

But, why are we viewing ourselves as the victims?  This is all envy, about wanting to be THEM, about wanting what THEY have, even though what THEY have is TOTALLY unsustainable and is, in most cases, of superficial value.

The shell game doesn't have a pea!  It's a mirage.  Not even THEY really have a/the pea!  Their position of power and status is ONLY achieved because we allow ourselves to believe that the game is necessary.

P.S. Hello, Homeland Security!  The check is in the mail!  Keep up your fine work!

Fri, 04/27/2012 - 22:11 | Link to Comment onlooker
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.40 hollow point and constructed to go through glass and not fragment. U.S. non-military has also made large purchases of .223 and 12 gauge recently.

 

Before anyone goes ballistic (pardon the pun) lets put this into perspective.

 

.40 is an excellent handgun cartridge and in hollow point is an effective killer. I think Winchester did the big contract and it is hot ammo. However, it is a handgun cartridge. A hand gun is only good to use while you get to your rifle. The rifle round .223 is great for shooting flat for long range. However, ask anyone from Nam, or the current Mid East conflicts about lack of kill power. It is not a .308 or even a 7.62 AK round.

 

If news releases of .40 purchase contracts, for civilian Government employees, is intended to scare the drug lords of any real terrorists, good luck with that. BUT, the bad guys now know that an ambush of our good guys will yield a nice and expensive .40 and some really swell HP+P ammo.

 

I am not sure this was the smartest bit of information to go public.

Fri, 04/27/2012 - 21:56 | Link to Comment Overdrawn
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I've posted it on Facebook, sod them.  Sooner or later they will find an excuse to come for you.  You know like Cambodia, if your educated...... , wear glasses; Like Germany, if you were Jewish, disabled............   If they want you they will get you and they rely on fear to stop people speaking their minds.  Governments can only rule by coercion, real or imagined.

You know while everyone is keeping quiet the Governments are speeding up the passing of repressive legislation.  We need to make our voices heard and make them stop ignoring the will of the majority.

From Boiling Frogs:

The US has vastly increased police state legislation allowing the state to assassinate citizens suspected of fraternizing with ill-defined terrorists, suspending judicial oversight (habeas corpus) on the use of police intervention in homes and offices and cyber sites.
A presidential decree on March 16, 2012, authorized the state seizure of all major work sites and the militarization of labor in time of “emergency” – including in peace time.

Nazi America is real, it is happening now.

 

Fri, 04/27/2012 - 21:42 | Link to Comment Homeland Security
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"Should We Kill The Politicians Before They Kill Us?"

Would you care to rephrase that?

Fri, 04/27/2012 - 22:47 | Link to Comment Shadowsil
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Fuck you and rephrasing what is ment!

 

Now quickly bitch ass HS go pick 5 people to make an example of, so the sheep are pacified.

Fri, 04/27/2012 - 22:56 | Link to Comment Homeland Security
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The regional detention centers are for people like you. One of the cheap plastic coffins is just for you.

Sat, 04/28/2012 - 08:13 | Link to Comment lakecity55
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Away with you, gubbermint troll.

you are not wanted here.

Fri, 04/27/2012 - 21:50 | Link to Comment Imminent Crucible
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Nah--I'll just paraphrase what the government official said: “Well, if we think a crime is about to be committed by the government, you would want us to prevent it?”

Just to be clear, I'm a pacifist, myself. Amish. But not Old Order, I'm New World Order Amish.

Fri, 04/27/2012 - 21:23 | Link to Comment Cabreado
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Call me a pacifist (I do prefer non-violence) and naive (I assure you I am not)...

but I suggest that the collective We are blowing right past the opportunity to non-violently coerce enforcement of Law...

(forget Principle for a moment; without Law it eventually becomes moot)

and with nary a finger lifted, a muscle twitched, an inconvenience realized,

violence is now the first choice(?)

There is too much talent, too much creativity, too much fortitude, and too much invested by a collective We to resort to violence as the preferred solution.

Fri, 04/27/2012 - 21:20 | Link to Comment snblitz
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Assuming by 40 calibre is meant "40 Smith & Wesson", that is pretty much an up close and personal round.  If they are indeed hollow point they have poor penetration characteristics.  Someone with just about any imaginable rifle will be way better off.

Sat, 04/28/2012 - 09:30 | Link to Comment Seer
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"Someone with just about any imaginable rifle will be way better off."

MOST armed conflict occurs at close range.

I've read tons of stuff from folks who really know this stuff.  The BEST weapon for protection, if you had to pick just one is, a .38 revolver: It WORKS.  Again, MOST armed conflicts occur short-range.  We've all been brainwashed into this military mindset of long-distance strikes (snipers, drones, whatever).  And, really, you're NOT going to out-sniper those backed with the tools that "they" have.

Second best weapon is a shotgun.  Again, greatest threats -THAT YOU HAVE ANY CHANCE OF DOING ANYTHING ABOUT- is from closer range.

A rifle is fine if you can spot your target in time (well, this applies to just about any distance) AND you're a VERY good shot.

Test this out by asking yourself what weapon you'd place in the hand of your wife (yes, this is male-centric, but...).

Sun, 04/29/2012 - 00:39 | Link to Comment Lednbrass
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This doesnt make much sense to me at all. Most first hand info Ive heard personally from guys who fought there and quite a few articles Ive seen wirtten indicate that combat in the Middle East and particularly Afghanistan (not IED's Im talking exchanging gunfire) is most certainly not at short range- they didnt dust off and modify all those old M-14's and start the designated marksman program for fun.  They did it because they needed people who could score consistent hits at 5-600 yards. The military didnt buy all those Barrets for up close and personal,  and there is a very good reason they dont use many pistol caliber submachine guns.

It isnt a question of brainswashing, its a question of actually knowing weapons and being familiar with them.  There are millions of civilians with good optics and high powered rifles that can shoot at distance with little trouble. I suppose if someone is truly stupid they could buy a .40 peashooter or even 12 gauge and try close urban combat, but it would be beyond dumb, neither has the power to even penetrate lower grades of body armor. Out in the open areas its an entirely differrent story, and in a nightmare scenario it would be moronic to engage any other way.

Sat, 04/28/2012 - 12:26 | Link to Comment Westcoastliberal
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Best is a 12 gauge riot pump.  The sound of it racking sends chills down even the toughest MFers.

Fri, 04/27/2012 - 22:27 | Link to Comment r00t61
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The new generation of "bonded" hollow point bullets have excellent barrier penetration characteristics.  These are pointless, in my opinion, for a law abiding citizen in a home defense scenario, but law enforcement is already using them to shoot through car windows and the like.

And the order for .40S&W is just the tip of the iceberg.  DHS has also put in a huge order for .223/5.56NATO (175M rounds).

Fri, 04/27/2012 - 21:48 | Link to Comment Element
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While we are discussing Govts and their weapons, this may open people's eyes a little to what's at stake if these fearless 'leaders' stampede us into an expanded war in the Gulf region;

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Russian Military Concedes Iran, N. Korea Nuclear Threat

Nikolai Makarov

RIA Novosti. Alexey Druzhinin

19:18 24/04/2012

MOSCOW, April 24 (RIA Novosti)
 

Russia's military leadership has for the first time acknowledged a nuclear threat from Iran and North Korea.

“The threat is always there, so we closely monitor the nuclear program developments of many countries," Army General Nikolai Makarov, the chief of the General Staff, told RT television.

"The analysis that we conducted together with the Americans confirms that, yes, there is a probability that the threat exists. And we agreed that it is necessary to create a missile defense system,” Makarov said.

The Russian Defense Ministry has previously held that there is no nuclear threat to Europe and Russia from Iran and North Korea, because they do not have the capacity to build nuclear weapons or deliver them.

“Many countries that claim not to possess nuclear weapons do in fact have them,” Makarov said.

“Certainly, if it gets into the hands of extremists [does he mean the fearless 'leaders' here?], it represents a threat to international security,” Makarov said.

He added that in order to counter these threats, Russia is ready to work together with other countries.

“Let's solve this problem. Let us work together to get rid of the threats that may arise, not only for Europe but for Russia because we too are part of Europe,” the general said.

North Korea has conducted two underground nuclear weapon tests, in 2006 and 2009.

Earlier in April South Korean media reported that intelligence indicated North Korea was preparing a third in a row underground nuclear test. The information was based on satellite photographs of North Korean test site, where underground nuclear test had been previously conducted.

U.S. and other Western countries suspect Iran of developing nuclear weapons under the guise of peaceful nuclear energy program. Tehran denies the charges, saying its nuclear program is aimed at meeting the country's electricity needs.

http://www.en.rian.ru/russia/20120424/173017423.html

 

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Ok?  did we fully get that?  The Russian High-Command is fully satisfied that:

 
“MANY COUNTRIES THAT CLAIM NOT TO POSSESS NUCLEAR WEAPONS DO IN FACT HAVE THEM,” Makarov said.

 

M A N Y   C O U N T R I E S.

 

This means that the previous line from Russia, and also Europe and the US, is changing.  They, and their 'intelligence' services will now turn around and report and spin the line that Iran probably does have nukes after all, and several other undeclared 'threshold' states, as well (from the Western-alliance side of things, Japan, Australia and Germany are clearly such states, as well as most of scandinavia, plus Canada).

Which is another way of saying, or rather, to finally admitting to this obvious reality; THE NUCLEAR NON-PROLIFERATION TREATY HAS MORE OR LESS FAILED, AT THIS POINT. 

And this means that the UN Security Council permanent members now have some genuine geo-political competition ...oh, and that they're all <gasp!> hypocrites x 1040.

 

Now add this into the mix:

 

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Iran Reports ‘Progress’ on Indigenous S-300 Missile

RIA Novosti. Yury Shipilov

17:39 17/04/2012

MOSCOW, April 17 (RIA Novosti)

Iran’s Defense Minister Ahmad Vahidi has announced progress in the development and manufacture of an indigenous version of the advanced Russian S-300 air defense missile system, the Fars news agency reported on Tuesday.

"The production of an alternative missile system is underway,” he said, adding that the work “has yielded good results.”

Iranian military officials earlier said the missile system, called Bavar (Belief) 373, is even more powerful and more advanced than the Russian S-300.

The $800-million contract to supply Iran with the missile system was signed in late 2007. Russia was to deliver five S-300PMU-1 battalions to Tehran.

However, on September 22, 2010, Russian President Dmitry Medvedev signed a decree terminating the contract in line with UN Security Council Resolution 1929, which bans supply to Iran of conventional weapons including missiles and missile systems, tanks, attack helicopters, warplanes and ships.

http://www.en.rian.ru/world/20120417/172877658.html

 

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Deals, upon deals, upon deals.

 

But this means the Iranians have received S-300 System specs and missiles, and a full technology transfer, prior to the Russian cancellation of contract, necessary to make these systems under licence, so the Iranians are at this moment MANUFACTURING them anyway!  Plus it's an up-rated and updated version of the S-300PMU-1 long-rang SAM ... plus they have since obtained the RQ-170 technology, which they can and will use and meter-out to lever-up other technology transfers, from the NORKs, China, and of course, from Russia.

i.e.  The Iranians (and the NORKs) are actively building the early phases of a dedicted missile shield.

So the Russians have now concluded that the only thing that can be done is to stop complaining about the NATO missile defence system, and to build their own ... and to cooperate (i.e. make more mutual technology transfer deals to maintain the geo-strategic balance-of-terror) with other European countries (i.e. those that will soon form a 'German Block', over the years to come) in order to get this done.

Which at least signals they would much rather do that, than to fling nukes, at nukes.

This all amounts to a substantial change in the former state-of-play and trajectory, and it should be noted that these are rapidly developing steps, that denote the serious drift towards conflict that has occurred recently, and the mutual need to de-escalate it. 

My guess is that the Russians must have secured under-takings from NATO to quit meddling in middle east Sovereign affairs and get out ASAP, and to keep clear of Russian and Chinese border regions, or meddling there abouts.

In which case, things in the middle east could begin to defuse ... but only once the Israeli/Arab situation is honestly dealt with ... and as the Islamic world also comes to terms with its own inevitable diversity of sectarian views and nationalist and tribal affinities.

The worrying thing is the Russian Command's rhetoric is:

“Certainly, if it gets into the hands of extremists, it represents a threat to international security,” Makarov said.

Which suggests the Russians are leaning towards adopting the US/NATO 'terrorist' propaganda mindset and aggressive MSM approach to such nascent 'nuclear-power' States, and non-state Islamic groups within them.

Sat, 04/28/2012 - 08:18 | Link to Comment lakecity55
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I've kept a couple of small nukes- for protection only- in the shed for years. Bought 'em off a guy in Tucson.

He was a Russian guy. Said he neededd money. He sold out the whole stock in 2 days. They come with a Russian manual you have to translate.

Sat, 04/28/2012 - 09:04 | Link to Comment Element
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umm ... you should get your people to call my people, and we'll do launch, ... oops ... I meant to say lunch ... I'm buying.

Fri, 04/27/2012 - 21:18 | Link to Comment A_MacLaren
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Its really a shame this otherwise wonderful post-rant-commentary-dissertation received the title that it did.  I would truly like posting it on Facebook for sheeple to read and as a wake up tool.  Sadly, given that FB is a direct insertion portal to the gubmint watch-list honeypot, the title, even with disclaimers and disavowing statements, precludes that.  Why couldn't he have left it more innocuous, like "What Should be Done with Politicians, Considering What They've Done to Us?"

Sat, 04/28/2012 - 09:33 | Link to Comment Seer
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If people aren't awake NOW then they're too late.

Fri, 04/27/2012 - 21:09 | Link to Comment snblitz
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“The first thing we do, let's kill all the lawyers.” William Shakespeare, Henry the Sixth

Except if you read the play, the meaning of the statement is exactly the opposite.  Henry needed to kill all the lawyers in order to more fully exploit the people.  The lawyers were the defenders of the little guy and his rights.

A similar statement was made in the real would by a British governer of an early American colony, I am paraphasing, but it was something along the lines "the worst part of these damnable people is that it is as if they are all lawyers".

Sat, 04/28/2012 - 09:07 | Link to Comment Haloween1
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yes, back in the colonial days, it was very common for people study law as a hobby.  Nowadays, it's Dancing with the Stars and Oprah for that subsume the Sheeple's minds.

Fri, 04/27/2012 - 20:40 | Link to Comment tony bonn
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yes boys and girls, the bush crime syndicate led rockefeller axis of evil have decided that they are so much more speeecial than everyone else that they have gone all out to create the new world order - the very same one which adolph hitler and later, george bush, anounced with much great fanfare.

it is time to fight back, take to the streets, and eliminate these fascist control the freaks....the educational establishment must be destroyed for it is the care taker of this brutal, barbaric, and murderous system.

Sat, 04/28/2012 - 09:36 | Link to Comment Seer
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"it is time to fight back, take to the streets"

I'll stick with the countryside, thank you.  That's were food is.

Sat, 04/28/2012 - 09:02 | Link to Comment Haloween1
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Please tell me what our current President has done to change any of this, in even the most miniscule way?

Fri, 04/27/2012 - 23:18 | Link to Comment azusgm
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So will you be starting before or after brunch tomorrow?

Fri, 04/27/2012 - 20:50 | Link to Comment AldousHuxley
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adolph hitler was somewhat successful in his attempts at foreign invasion.

 

Bush Jr. couldn't even do Iraq right and dragged that war out for years and billions in debt.

 

But Bush Jr. and Hitler didn't kill their way up there. Dumbasses (poor republicans and christian fundies) voted for them into power.

 

Problem in America is that there are too many dumbasses due to easy living.

Sun, 04/29/2012 - 00:17 | Link to Comment Lednbrass
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You think Republicans and Christians voted Hitler into power and have the nerve to call someone else dumbass?

Your stupidity is absolutely fucking colossal. That isnt just dumb, thats world class moronic. Shoot your computer and television, read some books.

Seriously, I am stunned that your brain generates sufficient power for you to even type.

Fri, 04/27/2012 - 20:33 | Link to Comment worbsid
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I never thought I would wish for a Carrington Event to clean this up.

Fri, 04/27/2012 - 23:31 | Link to Comment Westcoastliberal
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You may get your wish May 5-8.

Sat, 04/28/2012 - 07:05 | Link to Comment nick howdy
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"You may get your wish May 5-8."

But But But..I'm supposed to get my Tax Refund on the 8th...Do you think we could reschedule the destruction of the entire world's power grids for the next week?

Patrick Geryl, in case anyone is wondering, is the person coming up with these dates and if something ever did happen, what ya gonna do about it.?

Nothing to worry about!...Get used to eating human flesh and really after you skin the meat it really is good eating..Yum!

Sat, 04/28/2012 - 00:48 | Link to Comment Legolas
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Can you tell me what you expect on May 5-8?

Sat, 04/28/2012 - 12:23 | Link to Comment Westcoastliberal
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Patrick Geryl has some thoughts on how the alignment of the planets may have an effect on Earth, and it's not so good.  Check out his site at

http://www.howtosurvive2012.com/

Sat, 04/28/2012 - 02:39 | Link to Comment StychoKiller
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French Elections

 

Fri, 04/27/2012 - 21:56 | Link to Comment BanjoDoug
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oh gosh, I would never suggest a violent act as suggested in this title.....  we have many really good honest politicians & gov't service folks......   but for the ones that don't fall into that category maybe they should attend a re-education training gig on the Augusto Pinochet Cruise Line.

 

I have recceived some negative votes already....  I suspect there is a lack of understanding about the Cruise Line...

Fri, 04/27/2012 - 23:15 | Link to Comment azusgm
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Maybe they would prefer to go on a helicopter sightseeing tour.

Look out below.

Fri, 04/27/2012 - 20:16 | Link to Comment jack stephan
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 If I had ten divisions of those men, our troubles here would be over very quickly. You have to have men who are moral... and at the same time who are able to utilize their primordial instincts to kill without feeling... without passion... without judgment... without judgment! Because it's judgment that defeats us.

Fri, 04/27/2012 - 19:53 | Link to Comment Clint Liquor
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“Contemplate the mangled bodies of your countrymen, and then say 'what should be the reward of such sacrifices?' Bid us and our posterity bow the knee, supplicate the friendship and plough, and sow, and reap, to glut the avarice of the men who have let loose on us the dogs of war to riot in our blood and hunt us from the face of the earth? If ye love wealth better than liberty, the tranquility of servitude than the animated contest of freedom, go from us in peace. We ask not your counsels or arms. Crouch down and lick the hands which feed you. May your chains sit lightly upon you, and may posterity forget that you were our countrymen!”

Samuel Adams

Fri, 04/27/2012 - 19:45 | Link to Comment Axenolith
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Don't worry about that microwave area denial bullshit.  You see the fine screen in the window of your microwave?  That allows you to look in, because microwave wavelengths are larger than that, and won't penetrate it.  make a shirt and pants of similar space material, and a "mosquito net" head cover of it (metal mesh).  You'll be fine, at worst, you'll be fine enough to pump a few rounds into the propagator array...

.40 cal?  Good body armor and/or a longer engagement range.

THINK about your defense.  don't plan on doing some stupid Waco crap holed up in a wooden no-exit death trap.  If you're being "come for" to "go to the camps" or worse, pick the GD fight.  Lay into them outside of their range, extract maximum casualties and DD out to do it again.  Find or move to an area with constitutionally loyalist army troops, feed and support them.  Operate under cover, learn how to spoof IR, motion, etc... adapt to operating in a field where the sensory apparatus is outside of the visible spectrum. 

And the ExPat option?  Fuckin' please.  Wherever you go you're already hamstrung without having the opportunity to defend yourself via preexisting arms ownership laws and you're most definitely going to be in either a restricted geography area, or one in which the locals know it far better than you.  If you move to a south American paradise, how long do you think that will last with energy and food dislocations, coupled with the fact you'll be the "gringo" there?  Nut up if your an American and stay and fight if it comes to it.

Fri, 04/27/2012 - 23:36 | Link to Comment Acorn10012
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"Nut up if your an American and stay and fight if it comes to it."

Worthy of the first American revolutionaries.

Fri, 04/27/2012 - 19:37 | Link to Comment t0mmyBerg
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The tree of liberty must be refreshed from
time to time, with the blood of patriots and tyrants.

 

Thomas Jefferson

 

That large amount of hollow points as well as all the crowd pacification technology mention by the author make this a somewhat tenuous proposition

Sat, 04/28/2012 - 01:17 | Link to Comment Axenolith
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The average small arms ammunition expenditure per casualty in WWII was something like 300,000 rounds + per, and MOST casualties were caused by direct fire heavy support weapons (assault guns) or indirect fire (artillery/mortars).  What does this tell us?  Most small arms fire directed in combat situations is suppressive fire, it's meant to keep the enemies head down while others on the attacking side use the suppression to gain better position to carry the objective. 

When the bootheel comes down you don't want to be in, or be an, "objective".  Mobility, Stealth, Disguise, etc...

Fri, 04/27/2012 - 21:18 | Link to Comment FEDbuster
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I would add, our gene pool needs a shock treatment.  Time for some survival of the fittest, IMHO.

Fri, 04/27/2012 - 19:36 | Link to Comment ReeferMac
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Bravo, Sir, great writing!

Thanks for saying it. Now hold still, the Dept. of Homeland Security will be by to round you up in a jiff.

Fri, 04/27/2012 - 19:00 | Link to Comment Muppet
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Chicago "deep tunnel" is just one underground military base (UMB).   

Fri, 04/27/2012 - 18:48 | Link to Comment lolmao500
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Take out politicians, banksters, lawyers, judges, cops, talking heads in the MSM, big business heads, top ``experts`` and ``teachers`` doing all the propaganda... lots of generals... All CFR, Bilderberg, Trilateral Commission, Bohemian Grove, Skulls and Bones, Group of 300 members...

After that, you need to take care of the kool aid drinkers. Dismantle the two political parties. Make illegal GMOs, make all laws unconstitutional and restart anew. Strip the feds of most of it's powers. Make lobbying illegal. Dismantle all the feds around the world. Make electronic voting illegal.

Until that (and lots of other stuff) is done, the world will continue to sink into fascism and eugenics.

Voting, suing and protesting won't change a goddamn thing. Time to get that through your heads. You can't reason with tyrants.

Sat, 04/28/2012 - 10:47 | Link to Comment Loose Caboose
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All CFR, Bilderberg, Trilateral Commission, Bohemian Grove, Skulls and Bones, Group of 300 members...

That is the group to begin with - the head of the snake.  The body will continue to writhe in confusion and rage but without the head, the masses have a chance to overwhelm any plans for NWO and take back their freedom as outlined brilliantly by lolmao500.

The title of the article should be "Should We Kill the Elite Before They Kill Us?"

 

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