Why You Should Surrender Your Weapons
Now, don’t go jumping on that keyboard. Hear me out. It’s not what you think.
Do you remember the article I wrote about false flags and everything happening in pairs? Sure you do:
Well last night two more things happened:
Let’s have a quick look at this net ‘neutrality’. It surprises me that Anonymous seem to be in favor of this, given that they didn’t speak out about it (according to their Facebook page):
‘The FCC’s vote is another progressive victory under the Obama administration’
This doesn’t make sense to me and the only reason I can come up with for this, is that they have lost their account. That is the only thing that makes sense. Anonymous allegedly use the ‘Deep Web’ yet this neutrality will have a devastating effect on that. It will also stop specific stories being seen. And for those who think this is not true, answer me this:
WHY is the internet monitored by the American Government in the first place?
Why is the USA spying on other countries?
Do you really think the net will be better under FCC control?
‘The agency is directed by five commissioners who are appointed by the President of the United States and confirmed by the U.S. Senate. The president also selects one of the commissioners to serve as chairman. Only three commissioners can be of the same political party at any given time and none can have a financial interest in any commission-related business. All commissioners, including the chairman, have five-year terms, except when filling an unexpired term’
If this was good for us, then why were we not permitted to see the 332 page document BEFORE it was passed?
Well, perhaps Anonymous are ‘doing their thing’ in the background. I have faith in them that maybe they just didn’t get time to put their thoughts into that post at the time.
Okay, so this could be the real deal, with regards to my theory on the two-fold ‘divert, distract’ method of control.
I will get more into this, once this document has been released. The Gov did say it would be published as soon as the vote came in (still waiting though).
What I want to look at is the other side of this particular ‘coin’.
‘Today we learned that the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives would be recategorizing M855 AR-15 ammo as “armor piercing rounds,” despite the ammo containing lead which should exempt it from the law’s classification.’
Did you read my last article? good, that will save time:
In the book ‘The Art of War’ by Sun Tzu, there is a really good strategy to defeating your opponent:
“If your enemy is secure at all points, be prepared for him. If he is in superior strength, evade him. If your opponent is temperamental, seek to irritate him. Pretend to be weak, that he may grow arrogant. If he is taking his ease, give him no rest. If his forces are united, separate them. If sovereign and subject are in accord, put division between them. Attack him where he is unprepared, appear where you are not expected.”
My personal solution to the above issues is to do this very thing. Remember we are the 99%.
What would be the very last thing the Government would expect us to do in this situation about the ammo?
‘Members of the military and law enforcement favor a version of the AR in combat situations, just the same as members of the global “prepper” community consider it to be the ideal firearm for all-purpose survival situations. The AR-15 is reliable, accurate, and one of the most customizable rifles available for civilian purchase, hence its cross-demographic popularity.
History of the AR
The design of the AR-15 is most accredited to Eugene Stoner, a weapons designer for ArmaLite. The design was adopted off the AR-10, a 7.62mm battle rifle, but developed as a more compact and lightweight 5.56mm version. Because of financial troubles, ArmaLite was forced to sell the design of the rifle, along with that of the AR-10 (also designed by Stoner), to Colt.
Colt resigned the AR-15 and named it the M-16, which was adopted as the standard infantry weapon for certain branches of the United States military, but went on to release it for civilian purchase as the Colt AR-15 semi-automatic rifle in 1963. Colt still holds the patent on the design of the AR, which stands for ArmaLite Rifle, but recent decades have seen variations of the rifle manufactured and assembled by dozens of independent companies.’
See where I am going with this?
If the Government want to get rid of armor-piercing rounds, then we should call upon the military to surrender these weapons voluntarily. What do you think would happen?
Personally I think the Gov would say ‘Oh shit. WTF are they doing? No no no’.
We know, for a fact, that many military personnel and veterans are against what Obama is doing on a whole range of issues. Here is just one example:
CDC documents influenza outbreak among population that was 99% vaccinated with flu shots
I believe that the Government do not class the military as ‘people’. I believe the Government have no idea of just how important their military is. Not just for them, but for all the civilians that support, love, admire, look up to and respect them. They DEFEND our country. There is no better hero than that, in my mind. I think The Government take their military for granted. That’s a mistake.
And no, I am not suggesting the military put their lives in danger (although they do everyday). I am calling on them to take a stand. Show the Government the consequences of their stupid distraction proposals.
I know that there are many military personnel (in all areas Army, Navy and even Law Enforcement) in many countries whose eyes have been opened. THESE people can make this difference. And together, they can stop this foolishness.
As Sun Tzu said: If your opponent is temperamental, seek to irritate him. Attack him where he is unprepared, appear where you are not expected.
What could irritate our opponent more than halting or affecting the cash cow of war?
Would The Government really expect their ‘dumb, stupid animals’ to refuse to be ‘pawns in foreign policy’ any longer?
What I believe is happening here, is the The Government are using the firearms ‘debate’ to detract from the real story, which is net neutrality. It’s like poking at an open wound. It’s guaranteed to get a ‘wholesome’ reaction.
So my solution and this is just my opinion, looking from the outside and bearing in mind I don’t have a gun. Never fired a gun. Never even seen a real gun up close and never caused harm to another living creature.
Two things may happen here. More people will wake up once they realize they have the backing of our military personnel. The military will see clearly that the people at home DO support them 100%, and together, more people will see that we hold all the cards. We are the masses. We own the Government.
And civilians are then clear to fight this situation with internet control.
But that’s just me. What do you think? Do you know people in the military whose eyes are opened? Who can see the truth? Would you send them this article? Would you research the bill on net neutrality when (if) it’s released to the public?
Or will you sit back and wait to see how it plays out? When they come, who will speak for you?
First they came for the Socialists, and I did not speak out—
Because I was not a Socialist.
Then they came for the Trade Unionists, and I did not speak out—
Because I was not a Trade Unionist.
Then they came for the Jews, and I did not speak out—
Because I was not a Jew.
Then they came for me—and there was no one left to speak for me.
Martin Niemöller (1892–1984