Does this not sound like your average black op zio banker plan of “Problem, Reaction, Solution” scenario? I can see merit in such a plan by TPTB to create a condition where the outcome would warrant U-N/N-A-T-O forces to control a civil unrest situation. What would wanna be free people do if living in a metro/urban area when they can not get to $$ and food was scarce while a suppressive regime was taking control of their lives? Wait a sec, isn’t that happenening now one step at a time? All wars are banker wars and we all work for the bankers.

 

Monday, 01 April 2013 05:35 Tom Chatham

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This article was written by Tom Chatham and originally published at Project Chesapeake

The past several years the federal government has  embarked on a strategy of militarizing the local law enforcement  agencies around the country. They have provided the money and equipment  to give these agencies the appearance of small military units that act  in a manner far removed from the community service of days past. This  has pushed many local departments away from the friendly approach they  utilized in the past to serve the public interest.

I have seen it myself in the local department  where I live. In a county with less than 20,000 people we now have a  police force with almost 50 officers and the sheriff wants at least 100  more auxiliary police officers. What all of these police are for in this  sparsely populated area has yet to be answered. The sheriff has also  made it a point to hire deputies from outside the county to ensure there  is no close connection between the police and the local community.

This is exactly what the federal government  wants, to ensure the local police will not be in a position to side with  locals if anything happens. It is in the governments’ best interest to  drive a wedge between the communities and law enforcement. The  government is apparently designing a confrontation between citizens and  the government and they are using local agencies to assist.

A recent purchase of shooting targets by DHS  met with outrage by the population when the pictures on them were  discovered to be pregnant women, children and old people. It is now  known that the designs were not from the target maker but in fact came  from law enforcement. This is how you desensitize people to kill others.  You reduce the enemy to nothing more than a paper target to prevent  hesitation when the time comes to shoot them.

If there is a financial crisis that shuts  down the banks for any period of time and prevents the use of plastic  forms of money, there will almost certainly be chaos nationwide. There  will eventually be riots and looting as people who are dependant on the  state for basic necessities start taking what they need. The first line  of defense in cases like this are the local law enforcement officers.  They will have the task of maintaining order in a quickly deteriorating  situation. Many of these confrontations will be violent and require  deadly force.

What happens if chaos breaks out and the  police have very little or no ammo to use in the preservation of order?  Will officers be willing to go out into hostile crowds with little or no  weapons to protect themselves? What will violent criminals and gangs do  if they realize police have no ammo to shoot them with? Will officers  show up to work in circumstances like this if they know they may get  killed with little in the way of protecting themselves?

With the support of federal funds and  equipment, and with ever more instruction from DHS, many local agencies  have become distant and even hostile to the local populations. If  something chaotic happens these locals will be less inclined to assist  local police and hostile actions will become more likely. This will  ultimately lead to the failure of local law enforcement to maintain  order in a deteriorating situation. So what would this lead to?

DHS has ordered a great deal of ammo in  recent months. Much more than is needed in normal operations. This has  helped to dry up the ammo market preventing not only civilians from  buying ammo but also police departments nationwide. Since many law  enforcement agencies around the country use the same calibers, the  massive DHS purchases have led to the shortages in the local agencies.  If DHS were really working with local agencies to insure the peace they  would be willing to make some of this government stockpile available to  local agencies for normal operations.

If chaos breaks out and local agencies are  left to their own demise they may run out of ammo early in the game. In  some instances it is likely that criminal elements will provoke gun  fights with police with the sole purpose of expending their limited  supplies of ammo. After several weeks of a slowly developing crisis,  many departments may indeed run out of ammo. This would cause an  explosion of violence and criminal activity. It would eventually cause  people to call on the intervention of federal forces to regain order  when local agencies fail.

This is what some have stated the federal  government wants to do. Allow chaos to spiral out of control until  citizens scream for government control and the government will be  waiting on the sidelines with the men and equipment to move in and take  charge. After the failure of the local departments the federals will be  seen as saviors and nothing they do initially will be questioned.

With the local agencies rendered impotent the  federal government will have complete control. This could be one reason  for the massive ammo purchases by DHS. If the ammo shortage in the law  enforcement community continues and DHS makes no attempt to bolster  local supplies then it will be a good indication of their intentions. At  some critical time DHS may offer the local agencies full access to ammo  but only if the agencies relinquish their authority and are absorbed  into DHS. Local agencies that have subverted their local community  support will find it difficult to maintain order since the bonds between  law enforcement and community have been broken. All of the actions now  being taken by law enforcement nationwide will ensure violence if a  crisis arises and the probable failure of local agencies. The people  should be prepared for that eventuality.

 

 

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