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An assault weapons ban has nothing to do with public safety. “Gun control” is code for “U.S. Citizen Control”. Outlawing Assault rifles is really about tipping the scales in the balance of power between government and citizenry. It is ultimately all about the safety of the blue caps, the brown shirts or their equivalent. Proponents of gun control don't want private citizens to own firearms capable of high accuracy, sustained rates of fire or especially, penetrating body armor. In other words, a “Police State” does not like a level playing field. U.S. citizens who have become believers in gun control, for the most part, have bought into the "PROBLEM, REACTION, SOLUTION" scenarios that have been relentlessly pummeled into their consciousness with false flag operations like 9/11, Sandy Hook, the Boston bombing and many others. I have just been watching the “spin” and marveling at the boldness and shamelessness of government and media as they use every means available (even the lives of children and its own citizens), to expand the executive authority of the sitting president, while manipulating the masses to willingly redefine our precious U.S. Constitution. o

The Department of Homeland Security’s recent requisition for 1.6 billion anti-personal rounds, 7000 tactical rifles and several hundred armored assault vehicles (not to mention the recent Congressional approval of that requisition), does not seem to be of concern to too many people. I have to ask, “Why the hell not!!!!” Does it not make anyone a little nervous or even curious when a government agency responsible for INTERNAL national security places an order for 7000 tactical rifles and enough ammunition to wage the equivalent of a 20 year Iraq war? In addition, since Sept 11th of 2001 we have witnessed the creation of the Homeland Security Act; the USA Patriot Act; the expansion of the Transportation Safety Act; the enactment of the National Defense Authorization Act (which basically transforms all U.S. citizens into “foreign others” therefore all potential terror suspects); The FAA Modernization and Reform Act of 2012 (which incidentally calls for the use of up to 30,000 drones in U.S. airspace). Our ability to have an unrestricted free press on the internet is now under siege through the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) and the Protect Internet Protocol Act (PIPA) as well as our 2nd amendment through a relentless media “spin -up” of gun violence. It is becoming clearer that our own government is not only anticipating future civil unrest, but is preparing for war with its own civilian population. What will it take to kick off a civil war? o

The eventual demise of the U.S. dollar may be the lynch pin that sends us all collectively swinging. The U.S. dollar has for decades been under attack and continues to be spent into oblivion by way of wars; militarism, foreign occupations; big government; corporate, banking & Wall Street Bailouts; not to mention the coming meltdown from education loans. Oh, and don’t forget taxation and inflation. And then to cap it all off, a national healthcare program (The ACA)…a big red cherry atop a giant shit sundae. All of this has been created, driven and sustained by way of our fiat monetary system (the creation of money out of thin air). It is the greatest Ponzi scheme of all time and has financially decimated the American middle class. Like all such schemes, this one will also come to an end. Where will that leave us? Basically with nowhere to go but inward….with nowhere to turn but G-d. I decided today that this is my last political hoorah. I believe that we are in the midst of the calm before the storm. I can feel it in the air. Change is coming in apocalyptic style… the kind of change that the average American has never experienced, cannot imagine or may even feel immune to. Rome didn’t go down over night. Its citizens were aware of changing times prior to the bottom falling out. I believe we are going to get a real taste of what it means to live as a third world nation. You don’t believe it? Go brush up on your Roman history. If that doesn’t work, ask Detroit. o


Me,Crazy? Maybe. But This is What I See.