Originally posted by Maxatoria
reply to post by ignorant_ape
YEP...They have an open order for upto the amount requested on an IQID order and i'd do some silly calculations which shows its not a daft number but its general good purchasing strategy to lock in suppliers to a fixed price contract especially if you think the price of the product will rise be it guns/bullets/milk/a4 paper whatever
theres roughly 70,000 people in DHS with guns needing to qualify every 3 months and then theres the replace any rounds not used every year once taken out of the box
Ok so 70,000 people shooting a lets say 50 rounds every 3 months to qualify = 3.5 million rounds a quarter which gives 14 million rounds a year just then theres another 3.5 million tops to replace rounds every year so we have 17.5 million rounds a year being used as a stand still amount which gives 87.5 million rounds needed just to cover the 5 year contract, now factor in warehousing at various levels and its easy to have a need for 5 times the amount just to have stock ready in the system which gives 437.5 million rounds which is roughly 1/4 of the total possible order so not as bad as it seems
Supply and demand......They buy them all, the prices skyrocket for normal people who can't buy them anywhere..... Then once the supply is low enough, tax the crap out of them and make tons of money, as they laugh all the way to the bank
Supply and demand......They buy them all, the prices skyrocket for normal people who can't buy them anywhere..... Then once the supply is low enough, tax the crap out of them and make tons of money, as they laugh all the way to the bank....
idiot congressmen, NOW they are starting to ask questions? why weren`t they asking questions when they approved the funds to buy all those bullets? not one cent is spent by any government agency that isn`t first approved by congress. This pretty much proves that congress has no idea what they are spending the tax payers money on, they just approve everything without even reading it and keep signing the blank checks.
Originally posted by hisshadow
We could afford a lot for the DHS
if only we would shut down the FCC
i know 1.6 billion in bullets seems like a waste, but we been pourinng billions thru the FCC for years too and what has it gotten us? Janet Jackson cant show a nipple... big deal
so we close the FCC and reroute all that money to DHS
Originally posted by XGodofWar
reply to post by pyramid head
It is not as cut and dry as they wanted to just go into certain countries to control resources IMO. TPTB are not so ignorant that they just walk into Iraq and say ok we are liberating you and then taking your oil. They take out the opposition get the insurgency to calm down for a bit so Exxon, BP, other foreign interests can come in and try and broker deals. As long as they don't sign exclusionary deals with places like Russia and China we are fine with whoever secures it since somewhere on the back end TPTB get kick backs. The fear is they will be like Venezuela and nationalize their oil at a cheap price and make America look bad.
With Afghanistan they were having issues getting a deal through for a pipeline. While working on that deal it also came to light they were sitting on an approximately $1 Trillion dollar vein of Lithium. So we go in take out the opposition, and try to install our subservient government. After the troops are pulled out we send in companies that back TPTB and they will try and push the pipeline and get the Lithium before China.
Along the way the false flag got them money for black projects, the ability to strip our freedoms, control our food, try to control our access to info (CISPA, SOPA), build an army to protect against revolt (DHS), out of control drone strike program. If you don't think 9/11 was a conspiracy against the people you have already lost because they are moving in for check and you don't even realize you are a pawn.
Perspiration staining their orange jumpsuits, the Chinese engineers and laborers form Al-Waha Oil Co. work alongside their Iraqi counterparts under a sweltering sun readying an expanse of arid land southeast of Baghdad for infrastructure to extract and carry the viscous liquid on which Iraq's future lies: oil.
A red banner hangs at the entrance of the office of the company — the Iraqi affiliate of China's state-owned China National Petroleum Corp. — its Chinese characters promising anyone who can decipher them: "We will try our best to make this project a success."
You said part of the false flag operation was to secure "foreign resources", what are the resources(specifically)