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Originally posted by deadcalm
All of this speculation about what type of tank was seen where is off point. The point should be, that against the rule of law, the US Government is placing US Military troops on the streets of America to police and enforce the law. This cannot be allowed to happen. The rule of law must extend to all...no exceptions or it has been rendered impotent.
The founding fathers understood very well the potential for abuse of power if the military was allowed to engage in these policing duties. Given that the military industrial complex has so much power (that they were never meant to have), does anyone trust that they will do their job with the utmost regard for the civilian population? Individuals may, but the system as a whole is rotten to the core as we all should know.
I stress in the strongest possible terms, that something needs to be done immediately about this rise of a fascist military state that is slowly being assembled in the US today. If nothing is done, you may wake up one morning and find yourself living in a Nazi style western nightmare.
Originally posted by whitewave
reply to post by Bombeni
Hi Bombeni. I haven't seen any increase in the amount of military personnel but we do have Tinker Air Force Base about 20 miles away so there's always some guys in fatigues around.
Have been wasting most of my free time today looking online for that particular type of tank I saw in Norman. Apparently you have to know what it's called or classified as to be able to go right to a site for it. *sigh*
Did find an invitation for some guys to get together and show off their military vehicles that's coming up next month. I can't imagine that the vehicle I saw is one that some retired vet would have in his garage but ya never know. Plus, last Thursday seems a little early to show up for an event that isn't until October 3rd. Anyway, here's the invite:
M813A1's Profile Fields
"Default Oklahoma SS Workday / Chow Run
The OKC Convoy Chapter of Steel Soldiers orders your presents at the 1st Annual Fall Oklahoma MV Motorpool
Workday / Chowrun. Has Been Scheduled for OCT. 3rd !!!
We we will rendezvous at Streetbike Depot in Tuttle, OK for a Show, Shine and
General Maintenance day. It would be a Good time to put some ideas out about a Holiday Convoy ??
Also we can get some Game watching time too!!
Later in the day we will Convoy via State Highway 92 to Amber, OK, for chow
at Ken's Mess Hall (Ken's Steakhouse).
The Motorpool opens at 10:00 hrs and the Chow run will be 16:30 hrs. Early arrivals are welcome.
Bring you own supplies !! I am Looking forward to seeing everyone !! If you plan on showing add your name to the bottom of the, Confirmation List :!! Guys lets get a big turnout, it would nice to see everyone !!!
Everyone is Welcomed to join in the Fun !!!"
So if you Okies see a convoy of assorted military vehicles going down Hwy. 92 on Oct. 3rd you'll know what it is.
I don't know what the one going down Lindsey street was all about.
Originally posted by whitewave
Well a water main broke on Berry and Lindsey so maybe they DID tear up the street.
Originally posted by liveandletlive
You can read recent Executive Orders and look up the topics of all modern Executive Orders by going to www.archives.gov... National Archives and Records. They are difficult to pull up and include Executive Orders 12919, 12656, 13228 and the ominous Executive Order 11490.
Originally posted by kingswillquiver
Where have I seen this scenario before.
oh yeah, Nazi Germany.
Originally posted by nunya13
reply to post by OldDragger
Bottom line is that we are being conditioned to "yawn" at this sort of activity as if it's just another day in America when military personnel stop you in your vehicle and ask you for identification.
Apparently, the conditioning is working just peachy. Everything is going according to plan...case in point--You're reaction.