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Thursday, February 07, 2013

 

Folks, building up on ammunition like this is sign of a War.

http://www.infowars.com/dhs-purchases-21-6-million-more-rounds-of-ammunition/

Most of it has not been used.

When you arm yourself like this, you're preparing for a War, not secuirty.

Usually it's beacuse you can't disarm the enemy, so you need more fire power than the enemy.

Gee, wonder who they have been tring to disarm lately? Hmmm?

Red Eyes


Comments:
We will come to know
When the bullet hits the bone
The US government has first priority on ammunition manufacturing. Tie up the factories and there will be no ammo manufacturing for civilians.
This order does not even count what the department of defense orders.
DHS has been ordering the small caliber ammo and the defense dept orders the larger caliber rounds.
You can own guns but try to get ammo.
If they can't get our guns, they will hide the ammo, sounds like some idiotic idea they would dream up, wasting more tax dollars hmmmm
gee, would could make us angrier, we get angrier, they declare martial law, and all hell breaks loose.
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