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Originally posted by argentus
While I don't live in the U.S., I'm an American citizen, and know quite a few law enforcement officers, and even more military personell. I cannot imagine the set of circumstances it would take for law enforcement at the state and local level to go along with rounding up citizens based upon a "list". Even more incredible to me would be to imagine military troops herding American citzens into "death camps" and just following orders. NoSSir. I don't see it. I can well imagine a cataclysmic situation -- possibly nuclear -- that would cause martial law, and all that comes with that, but the great roundup....... I don't know. Orwellian, for certain. Realistic?
Now. One other thing, and this always strikes me about NWO stuff. If the so-called "elite" can contrive to have all the herd killed off, with only the soldiers as their enforcement minions....... who's going to do all the work? I know this sounds silly, but think about it. An elite is measured by his or her position and finacial/political influence relative to others. Without any others..... does it still matter?
[edit on 4-6-2008 by argentus to correct spelling of "enforcement" what was I THIN-king?]
[edit on 4-6-2008 by argentus]
Originally posted by Demetre
There are approximately 3,000,000 active duty and reservist in Our armed forces-all 5 branches combined. There are over 300,000,000 civilians- You do the math. If anything like this came to fruition I'd like to think that by sheer numbers alone We'd f'em up. How many of Us would allow ourselves to be loaded up and taken from Our homes? Maybe 1/2? How many killed right off? Atleast another 1/2? 75,000,000 people can kick a lot of arse-I'm hopin'.
Originally posted by Damien_uk
You cant actually believe this! I mean its ok coming up with an 'evil plan. (Even that sounds ridiculous) But it would be the police force and military who actually carried out this assault. How many police men or military personnel do you know who would follow orders in this situation?
If somebody did actually put a plan like this forward, when the details got to ground level implementation it will be rejected!!
Originally posted by LDragonFire
Originally posted by jhill76
reply to post by LDragonFire
I just don't see how the local police can do this to their neighbors and the such. But wait maybe I can. It's like when they go into a bar on a fight they get all pumped up and don't care who they get into it with. They feel that the feds gave them a direct order and now they feel that their job really means something.
They seem [the police] to have a us vs. them mentality, they are more militarily trained now more than ever before. They first became soldiers in the war on drugs and the population [civilians, US!] are all possible enemy combatants, this has increased big time since the war on terror. They won't hesitate to tase you for the slightest reason, don't think they won't hesitate to grab you and take you away, especially if your labeled something like a enemy combatant..
But, then you got us, who won't go down without a fight. I am just worried that my neighbor when it comes down to it will fight when he sees 20 men walking down the street. I won't kill just to kill, but if it is me or them, hell you know which side I am choosing.
It will get ugly fast if this happens, but then again look how the Jews were rounded up in Germany.
Originally posted by LDR172001
I will be in the police academy soon and there is no way that i would follow an order to kill someone unless that person is trying to kill me.
You wont get any dots in any spot, because you are among the ones placing the dots in the mailboxes.
Originally posted by jsobecky
I want a spot! I want a dot!
I got no spot I got no dot!
You guys are a riot.
Originally posted by UnforgiveableSin
reply to post by mystiq
What I don't understand is why the site would give out their contact's and informer's names. I find that a little irresponsible on their part.