posted on Oct, 5 2013 @ 02:35 PM
Just before the weekend, the National Park Service informed charter boat captains in Florida that the Florida Bay was "closed" due to the
shutdown. Until government funding is restored, the fishing boats are prohibited from taking anglers into 1,100 square-miles of open ocean. Fishing is
also prohibited at Biscayne National Park during the shutdown.
Ok, now we are going beyond ignorance. If you
Read the ARTICLE it actually goes on to
say that it will actually cost more to do this than what it does to function on a regular day.
The thing that really got to me above the absurdity of trying to close off a part of the ocean is this particular quote from the article:
Apparently, according to an anonymous Park Service ranger, “We’ve been told to make life as difficult for people as we can. It’s
Are they purposely trying to push our buttons anyway they can? Do they want a uprising? Are they asking or trying to figure out just how dumb downed
I mean its not like we made the decision to shut everything down. TPTB did that. So after a statement like that, I do really have to wonder just
exactly what their REAL agenda is.
Pretty much what i'm thinking. This is going way beyond administrative pedantry and red tape.
It IS looking increasingly like 'something else' is the real reason for this 'shutdown'. Perhaps a secret trial or exercise, to see what would
happen to the population if Government services were taken out...throw in a whole lot of deliberately induced stress on the public, using way
overboard tactics like these to simulate public reaction to any number of actually stressful scenarios, from Martial law, revolution, natural
disaster, enemy action, actual government collapse and so on.
It's odd that these almost unreal announcements about public parks and waterways, and now even the sea itself are being heard more and more, there's
gotta be an ulterior motive going on here other than a standoff about budgets and policy.