Let’s Talk About the Hypocrisy of Gun Control As a Solution
“The American Military Empire spent 20 billion dollars in training and weapons for the Iraqis. The Iraqis are using those weapons to fight ISIS. ISIS is also using weapons from the American Military Empire. The American Military-Industrial Complex is in the business of selling weapons of war, and they don’t care who to…………..”
The irony of all this is underneath it, this is disaster capitalism.
1. Black folks will buy more guns to protect themselves from whites
2.White folks will buy more guns to protect themselves from blacks
3. All folks fearful of new gun control laws will buy more guns before they make stricter laws about gun ownership
4. The threat of stricter laws just makes the manufacturers of guns even richer as they sell more guns to frightened people who feel they must stock up.
So actually, events like this, police brutality, racism, poverty, fear and degradation actually impact on the stock markets and trading and boosts their assets and profits.
Question: is this a stimulus package for the corporations and banksters that deal in weapons manufacturing?
Is this a tactic to get more money out of the pockets of the consumer who has been virtually holding on to their cash, being more thrifty about purchases and using better budgetary sense?
When you think about this stuff and stretch your mind to the realm of “outside the box” you realize that the public is being played, but how and for what end seems to evade us. So like Dora says, “Let’s stop and think.”
Who really benefits from all this? The average citizen or the corporations, banksters and globalists who have an agenda that for all intents and purposes is to forment chaos so that they can stay in power. I seriously don’t believe they want to take the guns from the American people.
The argument that folks need to protect themselves from the Government Martial Law is whimsical in that seldom do you hear of a person being armed and stopping the police from invading their home or business establishment. And in those case, most often the armed person is taken down!
I believe that they want everyone to HAVE guns, that way crimes of passion with a firearm can rise, people can be even more leary of their neighbors, domestic violence can sore, and children can accidentally kill their friends and family. But mostly, they can sell more guns, guns, and more guns…….
Heck, they openly sell them to Rebel groups around the world, especially in the middle East and Africa, now the Ukraine, why not arm a restless, frightened, economically beaten down US citizenry? Makes sense?
Obama Sells Guns; Lots of Guns
Excerpt: “When an incumbent president seeking a second term has already put two people on the nine-member Supreme Court who would vote away this basic human freedom [Second Amendment gun rights], they have the right to be fearful. And when you realize that, if reelected, that incumbent president would have a good chance of getting a few more Supreme Court picks, and so could reshape the high court for decades, people have a right to be motivated to buy firearms now. _Forbes”
11 Photos Of U.S. Weapons Used By ISIS — And Some Rockets From America’s Friends
Excerpt: “Far less has been made of the captured weapons that are likely most useful to ISIS as the group continues its onslaught in parts of Syria and Iraq: the small arms like assault rifles and handguns that every soldier needs and regularly employs. “A U.S. Humvee might be good for the show, for propaganda, but what’s interesting is to know with what they actually fight,” said Damien Spleeters, a field researcher with Conflict Armament Research, a U.K.-based firm that tracks weapons in conflict zones. “Small arms are less sexy, but I believe they are very important.”
Armed with U.S. weapons, infamous militia beating ISIS
Excerpt: “The U.S. spent $20 billion training and arming the Iraqi army. Now many of its weapons are in the hands of these unchecked militiamen.
But with the Iraqi army in disarray, they have the best track record of defeating ISIS in central Iraq. The villages around Al Muqdadiyah are battle scarred and the local people have all fled. The battle for Al Muqdadiyah lasted four days, and when ISIS was finally defeated its fighters fled over hills where they’ve now regrouped.”
US War on ISIS a Trojan Horse
Excerpt: “Few would believe if one told them then, that in 2015, that same discredited US would be routinely bombing Syrian territory and poised to justify the raising of an entire army of terrorists to wage war within Syria’s borders, yet that is precisely what is happening. President Obama has announced plans to formally increase military force in Iraq and Syria “against ISIS,” but of course includes building up huge armies of “rebels” who by all other accounts are as bad as ISIS itself (not to mention prone to joining ISIS’ ranks by the thousands).
All it took for this miraculous turn in fortune was the creation of “ISIS,” and serial provocations committed by these Hollywood-style villains seemingly engineered to reinvigorate America’s justification to militarily intervene more directly in a war it itself started in Syria beginning in 2011.
ISIS could not be a more effective part of America’s plans to overthrow the Syrian government and destroy the Syrian state if it had an office at the Pentagon.
Having failed to achieve any of its objectives in Syria, it inexplicably “invaded” Iraq, affording the US military a means of “easing into” the conflict by first confronting ISIS in Iraq, then following them back across the border into Syria. When this scheme began to lose its impact on public perception, ISIS first started executing Western hostages including several Americans. When the US needed the French on board, ISIS executed a Frenchman. When the US needed greater support in Asia, two Japanese were beheaded. And just ahead of President Obama’s recent attempt to formally authorize the use of military force against “ISIS,” a Jordanian pilot was apparently burned to death in a cage in an unprecedented act of barbarity that shocked even the most apathetic.”