Why does the U.S. Government need 30,000 guillotines and over 600 million rounds of hollow point bullets?
I stumbled across an a while back that raised a lot of serious questions concerning the U.S. Government and their plans. The article begins by explaining how there are “over 800 prison camps in the United States…all fully operational and ready to receive prisoners.” The camps, operated by FEMA, are also said to be staffed and surrounded by full-time guards, however, the camps are all empty.
Why, would the U.S. Government have over 800 fully staffed, fully operational and ready at any moment if Martial Law is established, prison camps situated around the country? Why?
The article goes on to give details about what facilities the camps have, what would need to happen for them to begin putting people into them, the transport situation, an extensive list of executive orders (which “could be enacted by the stroke of a Presidential pen…“) AND a highly detailed list of where these camps are situated around the country.
It’s a long list, folks. Just warning you.
From Colorado to Hawaii; from Kansas to Nebraska; and pretty much every other state in the country.
No joke, this is serious. At any given point, if the President of the United States declares Martial Law across the country, then the American citizens will from that point on be living in a police state…oh, and half the country will be killed.
The rest of the article is an interesting read. Really stems the point that as human beings, we’re fucked.
But then I got distracted, by another article of a similar topic.
Apparently, Disaster supply companies (what the heck does a Disaster Supply company do?) have provided the U.S. Government with…now get this…30,000 French made guillotines and 500-800,000 plastic coffins.
They say that there’s always someone who profits, and in this case, it’s PolyguardVaults, the Disaster Supply Company.
This article does the math and figures out that for the guillotines (from an unknown source), the U.S. Government probably paid around $76,500,000, and then a further $1.6 million for the coffins, totalling $1,676,500,000 plus a whole lot more for the actual camps and facilities previously mentioned.
So hang on, slow down there, buddy. What on earth would the U.S. Government need all that for? Guillotines, plastic coffins, prison camps?!
I came across a third article, in my endeavours to research this for myself. A third article which combines all of the above information into one nice little article (kind of like this one, really), except it finishes off a little more of a bang.
At the bottom of the article, there’s a bit of a quote, I guess you could call it. A quote which pretty much explains who will live and who will die.
I’m not going to spoil it for you. I did my own research; you should too.
But what I will say is this:
If you don’t want to be on the red list, don’t speak out.
If you don’t want to be on the blue list, don’t speak out.
If you don’t want to be on the yellow list, speak out!