Reporting Suspicious Behavior: Homeland Security Buys 450 million Bullets
March 30, 2012
By LUIS R. MIRANDA | THE REAL AGENDA | MARCH 30, 2012
See something, say something. Suspicious behavior must be denounced immediately to the pertinent authorities. So let’s be patriotic and report what seems to be very concerning events associated with the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.
While White House officials, the Department of Justice, the FBI, the NRA and other organizations are out literally hunting people who legally buy and carry weapons ( second amendment right) sell raw milk, fresh organic vegetables and survival kits because such behaviors are seen as potential terrorist activities, the Department of Homeland Security has now invested tax payer money to acquire 450 million new bullets. It is however strange, when citizens legally approach vendors at gun fairs or stores to purchase a revolver or an automatic riffle with ammunition. This is seen as dangerous, because in the government’s opinion, people do not know and cannot protect themselves. The government must do that.
According to official documents, both the DHS and Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), have purchased an indefinite number of deliveries of .40 caliber ammunition from one of their defense contractors called ATK. A press release issued by ATK itself, the company has won a contract from DHS and ICE to provide the ammunition during a period of five years. Specifications about the bullets reveal that the HST type ammunition offer “optimum penetration for terminal performance.”What this means, is that on impact, the bullet causes more damage on the target. Isn’t that suspicious?
Why would DHS want to overstock bullets during the same period of time when the global economy is thought to completely collapse? Even stranger is why would ICE receive any of these bullets if they will have no use for them. ICE makes sure that the country’s borders remain wide open with zero monitoring of drug and weapons trafficking — Fast & Furious smuggling program — while blaming the second amendment for the increase in violence on the streets of Mexico and the U.S.
But DHS’s suspicious behavior does not end there. According to Business Insider, the Department currently has an open bid for contractors that would like to provide riffle ammunition. “Listed on the federal business opportunities network, they’re looking for up to 175 million rounds of .223 caliber ammo to be exact. The .223 is almost exactly the same round used by NATO forces, the 5.56 x 45mm,” describes the report.
It looks like the U.S. government is preparing for an imminent invasion or perhaps intends to take as much ammunition from the street as possible. Or even better, it’s preparing for a massive citizen insurrection as the country collapses due to the corruption that descended on the United States for the past century, which has convinced many folks that it is time to get ready for the coming social unrest.
Other suspicious activity by the DHS includes partnerships with FEMA for the acquisition of thousands of plastic coffins, the use of unmanned drones to spy on citizens, the preparation and revamping of interment camps, the placement of gigantic monitors all over the United States, as in the movie 1984; and of course, the latest addition to its wide network of public oppression: the SAR Database, a virtual library of reports from citizens, who are encouraged to spy on each other and denounce any strange actions carried out by family members, work colleagues and their friends from across the street. According to a report by Network World, the nationwide database will help law enforcement “connect the dots” so they can easily find terrorists who are conspiring to carry out an attack.
The article says that the details of the reports issued through SAR will be overseen by the Justice Department. That is a good tactic for the government, because it means they will be able to filter out any information that may trample government’s work, such as shipping out weapons to the Sinaloa Cartel, shipping in heroin from Afghanistan, supporting or hiding money laundering activities by big international banks or kidnapping and torturing people who speak against its policies. But what do you know? Maybe, this new database will allow the government to finally get a hold of itself and end with economic terrorism which is being waged right now on the American people. Perhaps the FBI will be able to hunt down Wall Street speculators and CEOs from corporations that deceive investors by advising them to put their money into derivative products. How about putting an end to companies that hire illegal aliens who are then
Make no mistake, the Department of Homeland Security is into something.
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