Discussion in 'Freedom and Liberty' started by VisuTrac, Jan 1, 2012.
I'll be running the SECURE Squad Comms for the Operation.......
I'll be the guy next to Falc taking out the light armored vehicles and people that thought they were behind cover, if you know what I mean!
If you see an old bald head thru your scopes, that'll be me sneaking up behind with fixed bayo on an MN.
One phrase come's to mind,if I end up in one of their camps.
"I'm shakin the tree boss!"
"I'm shakin the tree!!"
"John has a long mustache.......
the chair is against the door......"
Personally I think Eroupe will fail this spring and we will be right behind. I really dont think the goovernment will have the ability to meet payroll to staff such sites.
That being said the blood shed to start would be something on the scale of the civil war. Reality is the goovernment had a heck of a time with those college students camping and partying in the cities, imagine if they were armed.
I would defenately check the news every morning and evening, try to keep an idea of whats going on.
This why we designed the MonkeyNet....
General rollout to the Monkey Population, coming soon to a site, you know and love.....
The gradual loss of our rights,is why I hate sports(circuses for the masses).If people were as fanatical about politic's,none of this crap would ever be allowed to fly.
turning cover into concealment....
Unless the shooter has a seriously powerful rifle then converting cover to concealment becomes just an obstacle to shoot through. Especially if you have a really good spotter.
can you say barrett?
Pft. .50cal? Weak sauce!
Mag-Fed 20MM Rifle with Suppressor - YouTube
20mm....suppressed. What cover?
Ok here is a link for those that don't understand NDAA
Here is a link for those that don't understand what Zero did by signing the NDAA. Send it to your friends and family that are still in the sheeple fog.
The Absolute Moron?s Guide to the New Military Detention Laws -- Daily Intel
Ok if that was a little too insipid for your friends/family
for the more scholarly , a little more in-depth look at what the signature hath wrought.
R.I.P. Bill of Rights 1789 - 2011
In the kitchen
thats where I will be cooking my fool head off for all you guys. My 357 on my hip in case anyone gets through.
It's a terrible thing to fear your government. For the past 65 years, we've deluded ourselves into thinking that our government is a benign entity which only has the best interests of its citizens at heart. After all, our government is all about freedom, civil liberties, justice, and constitutional rights... right?
We've turned a blind eye to Washington's increasing isolation from the rest of the governed. We've ignored Congresses that have enacted laws from which those very members were exempt. We've immersed ourselves in mindless games and Hollywood drivel while presidents have signed executive order after executive order, consolidating power within centralized bureaucracies in ways our forefathers never imagined.
And when our judicial branch issues verdicts and rulings so out of the mainstream of society and against the Constitution, we simply shrug our shoulders and cluck disapprovingly to ourselves. After all, what can we do?
That complacency has created a monster that has come back around, reared its ugly head, and has bitten us on our collective rear ends.
On December 31st, 2011, President Barack Obama "reluctantly" signed the 2012 National Defense Authorization Act into law. He said in the signing statement (that has no legal validity, but is just a statement of intent) that although the Act does give him the authority to detain American citizens indefinitely, without charge, his administration "will not authorize the indefinite military detention without trial of American citizens."
In essence, the Bill of Rights died on December 31st, 2011, and no one mourned its passing. The American citizenry, as a whole, are acting like dumb sheep, not even so much as bleating as we're led away to the slaughter.
Benjamin Franklin, responding to a woman who asked him what type government the Framers had devised, said, "A Republic, madam, if you are able to keep it."
I guess we weren't smart enough to hold onto the best civil government devised by man. The American people might as well get their Gitmo gear together because it's going to be a long train ride to Guantanamo Bay, especially if you're for limited government, limited taxation, believe in the Constitution, are an abortion opponent, a Christian, a Ron Paul supporter, or even a returning war veteran. After all, aren't those the people that Homeland Security has identified as terrorist threats instead of the actual perpetrators of terrorism?
Suddenly those FEMA detention camps don't seem like such an off-the-wall theory, do they? The events after Hurricane Katrina, where law enforcement confiscated legally held weapons from homeowners and instituted martial law, seems more of a roadmap of things to come than an aberration, doesn't it?
For months now we've been being trained to respond obediently to any unconstitutional act by Big Brother through the auspices of the TSA as they expand their iron fist past airport security to actual traffic stops on state highways. Your state governments are inviting this federal thuggery in, and we the citizens sit with hands folded, unwilling to believe what is right before our eyes.
when they come for me they should bring plenty of body bags
someday someone will kill me with my own gun--only after I'm out of ammo and they have to beat me to death with my empty gun
The illegal kenyan doesn't seem to understand the American phrase - "What goes around comes around!"
HE is not immune to ultimately seeing the bad side of prison.........
Dying for a future president to use indefinite detention to detain Obama.. I mean hell, he has done more damage to this nation than any terrorist could ever hope to.
"O beautiful for heroes proved
In liberating strife.
Who more than self their country loved
And mercy more than life!
May God thy gold refine
Till all success be nobleness
And every gain divine!"
I always remember this line, third stanza I think, from "America the Beautiful."
That's what I look for in any politician, seldom to be found... that's why Ronald Reagan resounded with even a majority of the electorate.
How can I remember this song ? Because like many Monkeys, I'm old enough to remember "singing class" in public schools, where we learned American history, from "The National Anthem," to "America The Beautiful," to "Home On The Range," to "Sweet Betsy From Pike," to "Dixie," to the "Battle Hymn Of The Republic" to "Onward Christian Soldiers."
Didn't realize it at the time, but we were being taught American history, and pride in being what we were.
Know any kids younger than 50 who have a glimmer of those words/songs today ?
Nope... all that was declared "racist" back about the middle 1960s in public education. Any nominee who proposes abolishing the NEA and Department of Education has my vote.
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