The training video refers to possession of "illegal" firearms by Americans and depicts raids of a rather normal-looking house that could be
granny's or whoever's.
The officers scream and shout, issuing commands, as if they were yelling at dogs, not fellow humans. This is the behavior I have seen also from local
cops already, as they go through people's houses looking for something to charge them with, in a most recent case, even when it was the ambulance
called because grandpappy had fallen and could not get up, so summoned LifeAlert who dispatched EMS, but also, police were free and on duty, so went
by the check things out.
As for the DHS training, it's getting clearer if not clear enough already, that the fed continue on an agenda to demonize the 2nd Amendment, outlaw
the widespread gun possession by Americans for defense in their home, while paradoxically itself, stockpiling hoards of ammunition. The new
engrainment: disarmed Americans are civil. Armed Americans are terrorist militants.
Apparently the video footage is used now not only by DHS by other agencies that train for crisis situations, such as local law enforcement, Kraft,
other homeland security contractors, and even hospital adminstration:
This was a nationwide training video being used around the country to not only train DHS personnel, but other agencies that would be involved in
a crisis situation. The training has been used with local law enforcement agencies, media outlets and hospital administrators among others.
It seems the video purposely targeted gun owners and intentionally labeled them as militia groups and that all of their guns were illegal. This is
none other than straight forward government propaganda to make all gun owners look like terrorists. It also revealed that even back in 2009, the Obama
administration had their goal set to make guns illegal and to use DHS and other agencies to raid the homes of once legal gun owners.
Originally posted by GrantedBail
Although, I am as alarmed as you. That video really gives us nothing to make a determination. The heavy handedness by the cops is noted, other than
that I can make a judgement.
I agree. The video is probably longer than what is provided in the OP, so without the rest of it there is no real context to make an informed opinion
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