DHS Raising An Armed Army
The first problem one finds with this 'new army' is the fact that they are mere children. Yes, 18 isgenerally the legal age a person can sign a contract, join the military or be tried as an adult. However,ask any parent today of an 18-24 year-old and they will tell you, with very few exceptions, just hownaïve, immature and easily influenced their
really is. Sound familiar? I thought so, too.The second problem with this announcement and program is its timing. Over the past four years, andeven immediately after his re-election in 2012, President Obama has signed a number of ExecutiveOrders (bypassing Congressional approval) suspending all civil and Constitutional rights and turningover management of America under Martial Law to FEMA. Also in that time, domestic federal agenciesunder DHS, including FEMA, have ordered billions, not millions, billions of rounds of ammunition aswell as the corresponding firearms. Admittedly, these new weapons and ammunition are not to beused in some far-off war or to fight forest fires in California, but right here on the streets of America.
Strange Armored Fighting Vehicles
Individuals around the US have begun reporting the site of strange, new, heavily armed FEMA fightingvehicles. What would a disaster relief agency like FEMA need with 2,500 brand new GLS armoredfighting vehicles? According to the agency's own mandate, as well as President Obama's recentExecutive Order, the answer is:
...population control' during a time of Martial Law
One set of images made available by Rense.com shows trailer after trailer carrying these new DHS
and FEMA armored fighting vehicles, complete with machine gun slots. They labeled the vehicles withthe usual backward American flag and the title, 'Homeland Security'. Below that and the DHS logo, italso reads, 'Immigration & Customs Enforcement' (This one is, perhaps, a little more understandable).Joining those markings, the black vehicles with white lettering also display 'POLICE/RESCUE' on oneside and 'Special Response Team' on the other.
DHS & FEMA armed fighting vehicles. Images courtesy of Rense.com .