söndag 15 juni 2014

USA:s myndigheter beväpnar sig till tänderna - för kommande storkonflikt med amerikanerna?

USA:s federala myndigheter är idag beväpnade till tänderna för eventuella kommande konflikter med det amerikanska folket. Pentagon satsar också varje år miljoner på att utforska parametrarna bakom uppror, för att kunna kontrollera skeendet globalt efter behag...
Skatteverket i USA (IRS) är numera utrustat med militära automatvapen, postanställda, socialtjänst, meteorologer och oceanografer är bara några myndigheter som ständigt köper in enorma lager med vapen och även jaktammunition. - Frågan är bara vad de planerar jaga..?

Social Security Administration, other agencies stocking up on ammo 

Publicerades den 11 jun 2014
The US Postal Service, Social Security Administration and National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration are just three of the federal agencies stocking up on ammunition. 

Although the organizations provide reasoning for why they need large quantities of ammo, critics question the validity of the justifications.

- What, for instance, is the Social Security Administration doing that it needs to request 174,000 rounds of ammunition? 

RT's Anastasia Churkina takes a look to find out.



Government Agencies Stockpiling Enough Ammo to Put 5 Bullets in Every American

Many other federal agencies are also loading up on ammo.

USDA Orders 326,000 Rounds of Ammunition As Homeland Security Stays Quiet Over 450 Million Round Order
Social Security Administration on Ammo Buy: 589 Bullets Per Agent Is Normal
National Weather Service Orders Forty-Six Thousand Rounds Of Ammo
This whole government agency ammo buying binge is very disturbing and it’s getting a lot of attention, not by MSM but by honest websites and bloggers who know how to track government ammo purchases.  In fact, the government is freaking out that the public actually knows about its massive ammo purchases and DHS is now classifying such disclosures by invoking national security.
DHS Classifies New Ammo Purchases Following Controversy
The Department of Homeland Security has redacted information relating to the quantity of bullets it is buying following a controversy concerning the agency’s purchase of over a billion rounds of ammo, which many fear is a sign the federal government is preparing for civil unrest in the United States.

'Dangerous, alienating, sociopathic':
Former police captain on arming US cops with military gear

Pentagon spending millions to prepare for mass civil unrest

RT June 13, 2014
The Pentagon is pumping millions of dollars annually into programs that set out to explore the factors responsible for creating civil unrest around the world, The Guardian reported this week.

An article by journalist Nafeez Ahmed published by the paper on Thursday this week acknowledges that the little-known United States Department of Defense program — the Minerva Research Initiative — has since 2008 partnered with universities “to improve DoD's basic understanding of the social, cultural, behavioral and political forces that shape regions of the world of strategic importance to the US.”

According to the program’s website, it has recently awarded millions of dollars to be divvied up among 12 proposals from colleges that have launched projects relevant to the Pentagon’s interest, including a Cornell University study called “Tracking Critical-Mass Outbreaks in Social Contagions” as well as others involving state stability, social disequilibrium and, in one instance, “Understanding American Muslims Converts in the Contexts of Security and Society.” The funding all comes entirely from the Dept. of Defense.

“Understanding the Origin, Characteristics and Implications of Mass Political Movements,” a study out of the University of Washington, was among those selected as well. In Lowell, Massachusetts, researchers there will use $2 million from the Pentagon to study terrorist behavior.

“This research is intended to identify precisely how children get involved and how to interrupt and stop the process,” UMass Lowell Professor Mia Bloom told the Lowell Sun of her Initiative-accepted project. “The research will contrast children in terrorist groups with child soldiers and children in gangs to better understand how they are alike and how they differ."

Jonathan Moyer of the Pardee Center for International Futures in the School of International Studies at the University of Denver told a campus publication at that school last month that a project he is involved with — one that will also now receive Pentagon funding — will “hopefully help us understand instability in middle-income countries, not just the low-income countries.”

“Trying to pull out the Tunisias and the Libyas and the Ukraines,” he told the Pardee Center, “and why they might be unstable."

“The total funds awarded for this set of projects is expected to be around six million dollars in the first year and $17 million over three years,” the Minerva Initiative acknowledged on its website.

Writing for The Guardian, Ahmed investigated these programs further and determined that many are directly involved in mass protests and other acts of civil unrest witnessed by the world in recent years.

Pentagon researching ways to stifle social movements


- The Cornell project, for example, will determine "the critical mass (tipping point)" of social contagians by studying their "digital traces" in the cases of "the 2011 Egyptian revolution, the 2011 Russian Duma elections, the 2012 Nigerian fuel subsidy crisis and the 2013 Gazi park protests in Turkey,” Ahmed wrote. 

To accomplish as much, researchers say they will examine social media conversations such as Twitter posts "to identify individuals mobilized in a social contagion and when they become mobilized."

Another project, Ahmed added, is managed by the US Army Research Office and focuses in "large-scale movements involving more than 1,000 participants in enduring activity” across 58 countries around the globe.

The Pentagon’s overseeing of academic projects like these have raised eyebrows before, and even earned the ire of the American Anthropological Society due to its concerns with where the funding comes from.

"The Department of Defense takes seriously its role in the security of the United States, its citizens, and US allies and partners,” Dr Erin Fitzgerald, the Minerva Initiative’s director, told The Guardian. “While every security challenge does not cause conflict, and every conflict does not involve the US military, Minerva helps fund basic social science research that helps increase the Department of Defense's understanding of what causes instability and insecurity around the world. 

By better understanding these conflicts and their causes beforehand, the Department of Defense can better prepare for the dynamic future security environment."



Empire's heavy metal rolls on US city streets

Publicerades den 16 jun 2014
American police in some cities are being armed to the teeth with military hardware more suited to warzones. RT's Marina Portnaya reports.


Polisen i USA är landets andra armé - Militärens begagnade vapen hamnar hos polisen

Den amerikanska polisen är på väg att bli USA:s andra armé - Militärens begagnade vapen och stridsutrustning hamnar numera hos den militariserade USA-polisen. T o m sheriffer i småstäder har börjat få egna stridsvagnar och stridsledningscentraler...
USA:s myndigheter beväpnar sig till tänderna - för kommande storkonflikt med amerikanerna?

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  1. -Federal Agencies with Guns: Weather Service, Social Security, Railroad Retirement Board-

    June 10, 2014

    Source: All Gov.

    Thousands of federal government employees are armed with handguns and even semiautomatic and automatic weapons as part of their jobs for agencies that are not traditional law enforcement operations.

    These gun-toting civil servants include those performing missions that involve Social Security, delivering the mail, predicting the weather, and overseeing railroad pensions. Others authorized to carry firearms conduct audits for the U.S. Department of Agriculture.

    The Social Security Administration has sought to purchase 174,000 rounds of hollow-point bullets, while at least nine agencies have their own SWAT (Special Weapons and Tactics) teams, including the Office of Personnel Management, the Department of Labor, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, the Department of Health and Human Services, the Food and Drug Administration, the Consumer Product Safety Commission, and the Fish and Wildlife Service.

    With the increase of federal regulatory criminal laws being passed, the number of law-enforcement personnel attached to agencies has gone up as well. But the traditional law enforcement agencies like the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Marshals Service have been unable to handle all of the demand to execute potentially dangerous investigations, searches and arrests, leading officials at these other departments to develop their own police forces, according to an analysis by Candice Bernd of Truthout.






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