MONETARY GUN CONTROL
The elites that have strived to control us throughout our nation’s history ( and have never strayed far from the East Coast-just so you know where to look for the culprit ) have always done a pretty good job of using money as a control. They had started with ultra-cheap labor of indentured servants, slavery ( despite the claims to the contrary by government grant college professors that slaveries “true cost” were never much more than break even, as if to infer slaves were only kept out of malice, all of history has seen the practice because it does in fact provide a nice return on your investment ) and always newly arriving European immigrants to add to the labor pool. Of course, that is just like waving a raw piece of meat in front of hungry zombies and it only whetted their greed. Colonizing Indigenous lands and then the South through occupation and proxy control was just another way to get both cheap labor and finally cheaper goods ( we were never about sustainability but resource mining- to the money men neither could ever be cheap enough ). It wasn’t until 1913 that they could truly finally get complete control of money and hence men. That was the year the Constitution was repelled- we just didn’t know it yet. To celebrate, that pious prick Wilson decided it would be a good idea to kill a third of a million American peasants to further the profit ledger of JP Morgan. Money has controlled us ever since.
Money got us into one unneeded war, then set the stage for the other ( Hitler was financed by American banks payrolling British intelligence assets- not to mention the obvious reparations causes ). Money was the reason the proletariat so willingly went along with FDR and his wholesale fascist takeover. Money broke the family farms, broke up the three generational family. Broke up our culture, incited racial tensions. And of course much more. But it also was effectively used as gun control. Guns have never really been outright banned except in a few areas too tightly inhabited by our elite to allow their presence such as New York City and Washington DC ( how are our leaders supposed to suppress us in comfort and peace if the mob outside is armed? ). Rather, they have been taxed and regulated so as to be far less effective or available ( even California didn’t entirely ban guns but made them much costlier to buy a compliant version ). The poor are still armed, but at levels comfortable to the elite. Shotguns rather than military weapons ( even Soviet Russia had provisions for shotgun ownership ).
Starting with the tax to make automatic weapons and silencers unavailable to the poor, then closing the mail order loophole, then banning all Chinese weapons- these were actions of bankers looking through the prism of greenbacks thinking controlling the money meant controlling the people. The latest, getting all the federal agencies to stockpile ammo-or at least, contract for ammo- at a time of copper supply contraction allowed us to enter a continual period of extremely high ammo prices that have not abated. The best gun control yet- limiting ammo to the masses that are now well armed ( if at a lower military effectiveness ). No one banned your precious semi-auto. You just won’t be able to shoot back all that much.
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Unless that is, one was wise enough to foresee all this occuring.ReplyDelete
Anytime I get too big for my britches, just remind me I wasn't close to paranoid enough about seeing this coming. I was looking at the forest and didn't see individual trees.Delete
A gun without ammo is a fancy club. Or, with a bayonet, a nice short spear.ReplyDelete
Hardly a top of the line military weapon.
Dry fire shooting practice and practice with airsoft or similar models will conserve your ammo.
Bolt action as well (recently fired a bolt action for the first time in decades, and, for a long arm, I thought the cycle time wasn't so bad as to be a major impediment to tactical use if backed by semi auto pistol. With practice it might be completely reasonable.)
I doubt that the contract purchases by the government can keep the price of ammo up by themselves for long - but like food the cheapest prices will almost always be in the past thanks to copper, and other material shortages, and the increased demand as the common masses start to accept that being armed "just in case" might be a good idea.
I' thinking the combo of panicking the civilians at the same time copper shortages started ( spot price is set too low like gold, shortages are real ) was what made it differant this time.Delete
Remember when AIM Surplus had a mountain of 150 grain fmjbt bullet IMI-made 7.62NATO for $129/case shipped? Ahh, the good old daze of blasting magazines through the FAL just for effect. .223 milsurp was cheap like gasoline, and recruiters regularly asked me to join their growing high-tech company. That was 1998.ReplyDelete
You inspired tomorrows article "gas mask shortage". ThanksDelete
You are absolutely correct about Wilson. When an Ivy League 'intellectual' gains power over us, and then attempts to implement his utopia, it never ends well.ReplyDelete
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