– Prepping for Civil War: DHS Set to Purchase Up to Another 750 Million Rounds of Ammo (Intel Hub, Aug 13, 2012):
The Department of Homeland Security has already purchased over 750 million rounds of ammunition as they lead up to what many believe will be a large scale confrontation with the American people.
Now, a new purchase order has been uncovered on the infamous FBO.gov website that includes up to another 750 million rounds of various types of ammunition.
The cover for the order is that the ammo is for “training” purchases yet this total purchase would mean that homeland security has ordered over a billion rounds of ammunition, bullet proof checkpoints with stop and go lights, riot shields, painted everyday Americans as terrorists, and worked in conjunction with the US Army to prepare for some sort of civil war.
“The Federal Law Enforcement Training Center (FLETC), Glynco, Georgia anticipates awarding multiple award indefinite delivery and indefinite quantity (IDIQ) firm fixed price (FFP) contracts for commercial leaded training ammunition (CLTA) of various calibers for law enforcement officer firearms training courses at the following FLETC facilities Glynco, GA, Artesia, NM, Cheltenham, MD and Charleston, SC and to other Department of Homeland Security (DHS) agencies.
The Government guarantees a minimum of 1,000 rounds per year on each resultant contract. Contracts will be for a base year and four (4) 12 month option periods.”
In a video report on the End the Lie YouTube Channel, Madison Ruppert detailed the purchase and homeland securities apparent obsession with snatching up seemingly all the ammo on earth to the point of absurdity.
He also noted that even if this ammo was purchased strictly for training purposes, we simply DO NOT have the money to be buying hundreds of millions of rounds of ammo for agents who operate solely in the United States.
The fact that there is an ever increasing likelihood of a financial collapse in America is another much speculated about reason for the recent ammo purchases and plan for civil war as a whole.
As Paul Joseph Watson noted in a recent article: