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Originally posted by hinky
This is just one of those things no one really cares about. The public in general is just too stupid.
This article is telling us no more than: We established a new department within the US Government called the Department of Homeland Security, the police force of virtually every city within the USA has had police officers added from Federal grants and money from DHS, billions of dollars have been spent for communication equipment and new communications centers in virtually every county of the USA, billions of dollars have been spent for training of first responders and police departments for any emergency, billions of dollars have been spent to supply every city within the USA for anything from NBC attacks to police vehicles to specialized equipment for any emergency to heavier weapons that officers now carry or have access to; THEN YOU TELL ME we need the military to do the job.
Has every damn penny of this money been wasted away or are the State and local police just that fu**ing incompetent to do their job!
Forget the idea of securing our borders. You can't go to any construction site without see at least one crew of illegal aliens from different countries. Forget the Muslims, they are the least of my worries. We have done this to ourselves and every damn politician that has been in Washington for the last 25 years is to blame. Every damn one of them should be used as a Christmas ornament on a convenient lamp post.
and the white's are getting a good dose of their own medicine.
Mystery Prison Buses in the Desert
On a recent visit to Tucson, Arizona, where I was invited to give a presentation on monetary reform, I was disturbed by a story of strange goings on in the desert. A little over a year ago, it seems, a new industrial facility sprang up on the edge of town. It was in a remote industrial zone and appeared to be a bus depot. The new enterprise was surrounded by an imposing security fence and bore no outward signs identifying its services. However, it soon became apparent that the compound was in the business of outfitting a fleet of prison buses. Thirty or so secondhand city buses were being reconfigured with prison bars in the windows and a coat of fresh paint bearing the “Wackenhut G4S” logo on the side.