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The Police Are
Dr. "B" has warned us many times in previous issues that the Police are Militarizing. In Prudent Avoidance_2, he posted:
The Long Beach California Police Department has a War Wagon, as does the LAPD and the state of Florida, and Colorado. These tactical armored vehicles consist of 500 in the field. The ad for them says:
"Survived gun battles & mortar attack in combat; driven into the kill zone and rescued downed personnel; and rammed vehicles and buildings to get the job done."
One picture shows what appears an armored vehicle mounted with a flame thrower. Folks, I ask you, what are they expecting? Do they know something we do not; or, are they preparing for the coming total Chaos and breakdown of the economic fabric and structure of our society that a World Wide Financial Crisis can cause? Including in this, the problems associated with the Radial Galactic Plane? Including The End of An Age. What is it that they are not telling us. Is it what this newsletter has been telling us?
When one looks at the Foreclosure Map below, are various states being hit the hardest with the imploding real estate market expecting Total Chaos in that from just the implosion and sputtering economy? Notice California and Florida:
The McAlvany Intelligence Advisor, March 2008, page 4, Writes:
"At this particular moment in time, banks are about as heavily exposed to mortages (as a total percent of assets) as they have ever been. Further, banks are holding an enormous quantity of commercial real estate loans, especially in the rah–rah areas such as Florida, The Southwest, and In California."
And now Folks! Others are writing what he has seen coming for sometime now:
To: Independent Living Subscriber N/A
Fr: Lee Bellinger, Publisher Independent Living
Re: Political Elite Fund Draconian Programs to "Handle" Opponents
Official Washington has quietly responded to last summer's "Town Hall" phenomenon with some disturbing new policies.
I'm not talking about Service Employees International Union thugs ("Purple Shirts") being used for "crowd control." Or liberal activists packing Town Halls with friendly audiences only. Or their switching Town Halls to one-way-only communication electronic formats.
Today's Executive Bulletin spells out very disturbing military preparations authorities are making to quash massive demonstrations — which those running the show in Washington are apparently now anticipating on a regular basis.
A wise intelligence expert told me a long time ago: "Never accept government intentions at face value; pay attention to the capabilities it is developing to anticipate future events." Please read this bulletin carefully, because that's exactly what I am going to do right now.
Federal Government Responds To Town Hallers
As Security Threat
You may remember last summer that House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) and other top Democrats branded Town Hall protesters as Nazis and raised concerns that violence could be imminent. Since then the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has responded in kind.
As an October Washington Times story notes DHS is now sending grants to local police forces all over the country to buy military-style sonic "cannons" to "subdue unruly crowds and political protestors..."
Here's an overview of the situation:
A new series of DHS grants are being made to local police departments nationwide to purchase military-style "LRADS" short for Long Range Acoustical Devices which the San Diego-based LRAD maker, American Technology Corp., says are not intended to be used as "sonic weapons" but rather to "influence the behavior and gain compliance" from large crowds. In a nutshell, these devices deafen people (even if their ears are plugged) and compels them to flee in order to escape the pain.
These LRAD sonic devices are aimed at malcontents and have been used by the military in Iraq to disperse crowds. The Times reports that LRADs were actually carried in the early fall for possible use against "unruly behavior" at least two congressional town hall meetings -- including Rep. Susan Davis (D-CA) town hall meeting in Spring Valley, California.
What You Need to Know About the
National Ammunition Shortage
You probably know about the emerging national ammunition shortage since Barack Obama was elected president. The most commonly-offered explanation by the mainstream is that the bullet supply crunch is a consequence of the Iraqi and Afghan wars. But here's the real story:
The Pentagon has a complex of major ammunition-making contractors that cater only to the military. Recent Congressional documents have established these ammo-makers are not working at anywhere near full capacity.
The private-sector shortage of ammo to some degree reflects increased demand consistent with any Democrat in the White House. But the larger cause of the bullet shortage are millions of dollars in DHS grants to militarize local police departments across the country. Military-style SWAT units, once a rare fixture in major metropolitan areas, have become common to even small and medium-level police departments. And these departments are stocking up on bullets.
The increasing militarization of local police to support federal emergency "crowd-control" plans is drawing a reaction among ex-military and police officers in the form of the Oath Keepers. This group, founded in March, have pledged themselves to defend the Constitution if they are ever ordered to fire on American citizens on U.S. soil.
The Oath Keepers are specifically promising they will not obey any order to disarm U.S. citizens in violation of their Second Amendment rights.
The Oath Keepers movement is headed by ex-army paratrooper and Yale-educated lawyer Steward Rhodes, who says "the whole point of Oath Keepers is to stop a dictatorship from ever happening here... my focus is on the guys with the guns, because they can't do it without them."
It is impossible to know just how large the Oath Keepers movement is. But the fact that it exists at all suggests some Constitution-friendly people in law-enforcement are themselves disturbed about the militarization of local police in support of federal emergency planning.
With all these emerging threats, it's vital you take control of your situation and defend your liberties. The briefing directly below will help you do just that.
Yours in Freedom and Prosperity,
Lee Bellinger, Publisher Independent Living
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We are afraid the time has finally come when our government has forgotten what it was originally created for. The Constitution was written, and the United States government was set up, to avoid this very outcome. However, given the propensity of politicians and bureaucrats to "grow" their own jobs in order to justify their existence, we are now faced with a bloated behemoth (Bear).
Maybe we, the people, can come up with our own "BEAR." We can name it the "SOG" for "Shrink Our Government."
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Learn This...Memorize This...Let It Become a Part of You! Bring It Back When The Terrible Chaos Is Over...If There Is Something To Come Back To.
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From now on, Folks, it's gonna get pretty rough! In fact, downright cussed. Mr. Ugly Is Showing Now!
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