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20 March 2012


Russ Steele

And, Homeland Security has ordered up 450 million round of .40 caliber ammunition to enforce the transition to one world government. The military does not use .40 caliber, only federal forces do, ATF, FBI, HS, Border Patrol and many police departments. So, why do they need all this ammo? Who are they going to shoot?


That's as much as 450 million rounds (an upper bound) over 5 years, with only the first year assured. Say a max of 90 million rounds a year. The minimum number a year hasn't made it to the headlines.

It certainly sounds ominous, but with training needs and (ahem) inventory shrinkage, is that more than it's been? How many pistol packing mamas and papas are there in Federal service, times 400 rounds a year? With a major meltdown and civil unrest, how much might they need, worst case, for a constitutional role?

Then there's the actual possibility that a constitutional use of Homeland Security forces will arise. How much ammo should they need to assure the supply of?

billy T

Yet another provocative post, Dr. Rebane. I am thoroughly impressed by the questions posed by the author. How do you change human nature? All the charts and blueprints and software in the world don't answer one question about changing how we are hard wired. It is the monkey wrench in the gears of grand plans. Machines can get controlled, but not humans indefinitely. Suppose I live in Cuba and have a decent life. No threat of arrest or danger. Why would I risk everything to cross shark infected waters to leave my home? "Would any institution be capable of instilling a permanent crisis mentality lasting decades, if not centuries?" Perhaps that is exactly why sounding the alarm of unfunded pension liabilities and soaring deficits gain so little traction. Blame how we are wired. Major catastrophic events have a beginning, middle and end. Then its back to doing what you were doing. I read something along this topic once. An Englishman and his family were caught up in a flood in India. They barely made it to a small outcropping in the middle of the raging river. A few moments later a Bengal tiger clung to the outcropping and pulled himself up, laying next to the Englishman and his family. All laid there catching their breaths. The author said at that moment he could have placed a pistol on the tiger's forehead or petted him without fear. Point is that crisis brought them together and the survival instinct overrode everything. Like the soldier and his POW working together to get to safety. How do you keep that intensity and crisis mode going for decades? Perhaps something unseen, perhaps an unseen enemy and threat, perhaps something like man made global warming.

David King

These guys remind me of a stupid version of Pinky and the Brain. If that is possible.


This will come to a head, and they will lose.

David King

Well, a little O.T., but not really.

It seems Gates, Buffett, and Soros are again slapping the left around.

Here in an interesting look at Keystone.


When will the left wake up and stop being slapped around?


billy T

David, the problem with people is they simply will not stay put. Right when you get them all in order, they pop up and the left has to play an endless game of whack-a-mole. Drives the left crazy when folks do not act or think the way they want them to. As far as Warren Buffett is concerned, remember when he loaned BofA a few billion last year and took options as collateral? Well, he ain't no dummy. If he exercised his options this morning, be would have make a quick 2.3 billion. 2.3 billion? Now, where have I heard that before? Oh yeah, that is the total "revenue" the government will make by taxing the rich. Yep, dear reader, it does not sound like taxing the rich will be making up for the trillions dumped down the rat hole for electric cars and domestic solar panel manufacturing plants. Need a lot more than 2.3 billion from the rich to make the Occupy Mom's Couch Movement happy.


Well, we all knew they were totalitarian globalists. Stay on them! We're winning this one. But, it's just this one issue...... eternal vigilance.....

billy T

Well, I think we got them on the run. Obama is out blaming the Chinese for Solyndra and that won't sit well in Peking. Now he out stomping about Oklahoma yukking it up with the wildcatters chanting "drill baby drill". Next thing you know Energy Chairman Chu will take that big hockey stick and clear the ice and give himself an A for the excellent way he handled all them greenbacks he has wasted. You want effective One World Governance? If the future is something like the UN, we have nothing to worry about. The UN reminds me of a group of monkeys trying to hump a football. Heck, even the UN peacekeepers' full engagement helmets reminds me of the urinals you see mounted on the walls porta-potties.

A Facebook User

We have had a one world government for some time and that government is the non-transparent and non-accountable industry that funds all others- Banking/ Financial!

Read through history, especially American history and you will see bankers (those who control currency supply or obtain the most currency/ wealth)behind every war and every depression/ recession in our nations history.

A short read about War Profiteering

War is Racket
By Major General Smedley Butler

"Who Makes The Profits?

The World War, rather our brief participation in it, has cost the United States some $52,000,000,000. Figure it out. That means $400 to every American man, woman, and child. And we haven't paid the debt yet. We are paying it, our children will pay it, and our children's children probably still will be paying the cost of that war.

The normal profits of a business concern in the United States are six, eight, ten, and sometimes twelve percent. But war-time profits -- ah! that is another matter -- twenty, sixty, one hundred, three hundred, and even eighteen hundred per cent -- the sky is the limit. All that traffic will bear. Uncle Sam has the money. Let's get it.

Of course, it isn't put that crudely in war time. It is dressed into speeches about patriotism, love of country, and "we must all put our shoulders to the wheel," but the profits jump and leap and skyrocket -- and are safely pocketed. Let's just take a few examples: Take our friends the du Ponts, the powder people -- didn't one of them testify before a Senate committee recently that their powder won the war? Or saved the world for democracy? Or something? How did they do in the war? They were a patriotic corporation. Well, the average earnings of the du Ponts for the period 1910 to 1914 were $6,000,000 a year. It wasn't much, but the du Ponts managed to get along on it. Now let's look at their average yearly profit during the war years, 1914 to 1918. Fifty-eight million dollars a year profit we find! Nearly ten times that of normal times, and the profits of normal times were pretty good. An increase in profits of more than 950 per cent. "

Lets not forget my youtube animated post you liked so much about "Confessions of an Economic Hitman". Read the two books and please tell me what is the difference other than being a century later?

Hell, listen to Eisenhower farewell address and he is talking about the same policies.

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