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Congressman: Why Does Obama Need 1.6 Billion Bullets?

Big Sis loves you and knows best how to protect your family.

At CPAC, Luke Rudkowski of We Are Change asks Congressman Tim Huelscamp about the constitutionality of indefinite detention and his decision to vote against the NDAA.  They also discuss Obama's Disposition Matrix (killl list), and the incredibly massive and clandestine ammunition purchases by DHS.


Video just uploaded to Youtube.  This is a must watch.

"DHS is still refusing to answer our questions.  We need to stop all their funding until they explain exactly why they're buying two billion rounds of ammo."




UPDATE15 Members of Congress Demand Investigation of Obama’s Ammo Horde



Check out a current DHS ammo purchase order here

Their most recent purchase request is for ten million rounds of hollow point bullets, which are forbidden by international law for use in war, for a 40 caliber pistol, another ten million rounds for a 9 millimeter, plus 1.6 million pistol cartridge 9mm "ball" bullets.  And that’s just this year.

Last March, DHS bought 450 million bullets and in September, another 200 million.  That's in addition to the 1.6 billion rounds the government has recently ordered.

During the height of the Iraq War, U.S. soldiers used about five and a half million rounds of ammunition every month.  If you do the math here, that means Homeland Security has enough bullets to wage a full scale war for the next 30 years.  DHS says the bullets are needed for training, but Richard Mason is doubtful.  "We never trained with hollow point bullets, we didn't even see hollow points my entire four and a half years in the Marine Corps.  Why would they need all that ammo, why would the need all those ball rounds just for training?"

DHS also has purchased 7,000 fully automatic assault rifles, and it has overseen the retrofitting of more than 2,000 light tanks, which, of course, were originally designed to resist the mines and ambushes of the battlefield.


Further reading:

1.6 Billion Rounds Of Ammo? It's Time For A National Conversation - Forbes



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Mar 20, 2013 at 10:24 PM | Unregistered CommenterSKINFLINT
The raving zionist was dead serious when he looked me in the eye and said, "one day you goyum are going to suffer what we went through in Nazi Germany."
Mar 21, 2013 at 12:27 PM | Unregistered Commenterbeijingyank
Well, it was either prosecute the bankers, investigate who looted the social security trust fund, why we off-shored all US jobs to China when China was being demonized as our enemy, who was really behind 9/11 and the endless wars of pillage that bankrupted America...or buy 1.6 billion hollow-point bullets, 2700 tanks for US cities and towns, FEMA troops, and 30,000 weaponized drones.
Mar 21, 2013 at 12:54 PM | Unregistered CommenterGreg Burton
Mr. Burton,

Thank you for those truthful and succinct facts.

Who from Murder Ink, Inc. can defend these allegations? They will become evidence in the future Life Rights Planetary Court that will be constructed on the bones of the UNbrella Corporation and it's subsidiaries...

Mother Nature will be a (unt with little regard for arrogant GMA's and their plethra of corpses = Genetically Modified Apes

Trinty, New Mexico should have stayed a fable. FukuAll, Japan was the dagger in the bubble of The Beast (Nuklar Fission) and exactly what the "Big Bang" sounded like coming out of the anti-christ's ass; Edward, Leslie, and Robert = 666, a human number.
Mar 21, 2013 at 9:16 PM | Unregistered Commenterghana serapis
It's pretty obvious the guberment is gearing up for battle, while at the same time, using an old tried and true wartime strategy of cutting off supply lines of their adversary...the American people.
Apr 3, 2013 at 4:50 AM | Unregistered Commenterchiller
They are going to force us to eat GMO's...
Apr 3, 2013 at 1:24 PM | Unregistered CommenterS. Gompers
Here is some information on this subject. Looks legit!!

Apr 3, 2013 at 3:52 PM | Unregistered CommenterSagebrush

I use The Wise Company

Several ways to go, Request a brochure and sample.

email: Mike Hatch


I have no association with them except as a customer. DE Lish
Apr 3, 2013 at 7:57 PM | Unregistered CommenterBackgammon

Thanks for the info, however I am solidly in the "grow my own" camp. We grow, harvest, forage, raise, hunt, butcher and preserve about 85% of what we ingest right here on my property as my family has done for many generations. Dry canning is a simple and less costly method of long term storeage of dry goods than buying many commercial varieties of the long term storage goods if you buy in bulk or raise your own dry goods (beans, rice, oatmeal, etc.). Many of the dry goods can be purchased from the Amish in up to 50 pound bags, oatmeal is running around 26 to 27 dollars for 50 pounds currently and pinto beans around 59 dollars a 50.

If you have any land at all you can produce up to 700 dollars worth of vegetables in 100 square feet (10ft x10ft).

I raised a family of 4 on 100 dollars a month at the grocery, mainly buying staples (flour, sugar, etc.) and treats.
Apr 4, 2013 at 12:13 AM | Unregistered CommenterS. Gompers

OK, now you are a hero. Sadly no land.

I was just not prepared for the Obama Administration, in ANY way!

Sagebrush: Thanks for the Link on Amo. We have a terrible shortage where I live. People waiting in line on Thursdays.
Apr 4, 2013 at 10:22 AM | Unregistered CommenterBackgammon

You still may benefit from buying some of your stored food in bulk and dry canning it in mason jars, it is way cheaper than buying #10 cans from many of the people hawking them. And it is never to late to begin some foraging...

Morel (mushroom) season is almost here.

Plus the jars are reusable, Soup is also something you can make and preserve yourself. In hard times a high power pellet rifle (over 1000fps) can work wonders to keep you in protein, Pigeons (the French call it squab), squirrels, doves, etc., and pellets are cheap.

Just trying to help, it is a little intimidating getting started looking out for your families future wellbeing in uncertain times. But it is both wise and prudent behavior that you are taking steps in that direction with storing some long term supplies.

Fishing can be both fun and relaxing, which is an added benefit while filling your belly...

Ammo is incredibly short in my neck of the woods as well. You can't even find reloading components.


Tell us about your recent state gun laws, that was surprising to me from a western state.
Apr 4, 2013 at 12:54 PM | Unregistered CommenterS. Gompers

Same here, even on 22 rimfire I could make a lot of money localy if I wanted to sell any. $75.00 to $100.00 for 500 rds. if you can find it.
Apr 4, 2013 at 12:58 PM | Unregistered CommenterSagebrush

We have a majority of the population in the large cities who have a chicken little attitude about firearms. They have little or no experience with firearms and the thought that their neighbor might have them gets them clucking like crazy all the way to the polls. These are the same people who outlawed trapping fur bearing animals and the Hunting of Prairie dogs on public lands. Now they have Coyotes and Bobcats eating their Poodles and pet cats and Bubonic Plague in their subdivisions. The rural folks and some of the city folk were against these laws but the majority ruled.

One good thing is most of the County Sheriffs are saying the new regulations are unenforceable and they're not going to enforce them.
Apr 4, 2013 at 1:29 PM | Unregistered CommenterSagebrush
Sagebrush & Gompers

What do you know about the laws regarding sheriffs? I know policemen can be fired but Sheriffs are Elected.

400+ sheriffs in 15 states have announced that they won’t enforce gun bans.

Fired For Not Obeying The Fed? - TheLibertyMonitor.com

Proposed New Laws Would Fire Sheriffs For Saying They Will Not ...


Mar 27, 2013 ... Proposed New Laws Would Fire Sheriffs For Saying They Will Not ... or signing any document stating that they will not obey federal orders.

Gompers, I envy you. Have equipment to hunt & fish, but no land to grow. The way things are going, it will be illegal to grow your own vegetables but OK to grow MJ.

The food kits are not bad. 84 servigs $179. or 2.13 a meal. It inlcludes things like Teriyaki & Rice, Pasta Alfredo, Stroganoff, Apple cinnamon cereal, fruits. In a 12 x 12 x 10 container.

I am prepared for about 6 months, but that isn't much.
Apr 4, 2013 at 3:56 PM | Unregistered CommenterBackgammon
Eat what God grows, however, be careful of look alike plants. You can eat acorns and yellow jacket pie and other stuff, I know a lot about what trees you can eat from. White oak acorns you can eat straight up, a little chalky but OK. Dogwood trees good for dental hygiene, paw paws just plain delicious. Wild cherrys and black walnuts are good. Hickory is meh. Some are better than others. Some pines are antiseptic and some you can use as breath freshness. I think DB has my mail address and would be glad to discuss any of this stuff with anyone should the fancy strike you. Peace.
Apr 4, 2013 at 4:42 PM | Unregistered CommenterSKINFLINT
("What do you know about the laws regarding sheriffs?")

Backgammon, I'm not sure, Gompers might know or you might run that one by Cheyenne.
Apr 4, 2013 at 5:40 PM | Unregistered CommenterSagebrush

The sheriff thing will be interesting, the Feds will rely more on appearance of law than actual law as they have in regard to the financial thievery. I feel this subject will get very interesting in the future.

It is good that you have the equipment, next step is to become proficient with it and learn preservation techniques.


It is amazing that your state has become so citified. The death of a Republic will be designed by men with delicate hands.


Get my info from DB, I am insanely busy right now, but I will get back to you.
Apr 6, 2013 at 1:19 AM | Unregistered CommenterS. Gompers
Mongoose got into my food, ripped up everything, chewed on everything but would not touch sugared GMO 'organic' cereal. The Ministry of Unnatural Acts is killing us slow. Look to the City of London to discover the source of their power and the LACK of power to change things for the better. Freemasonry, Skull and Bones and the rest. These are orchestrated attacks. I have been contacted by a few military people in plainclothes and am advised that education is the key. Too many American men have a pussy-assed attitude about administering justice when things go bad.We must prevail. We must make an impact. The U.S. is merely being mugged by a pack of alley trash like the Bush cabal and their soldiers the Clintons and the Obamas, etc.. When you are violently mugged, you think, "What is happening to me?" Then you think, "Why is this person doing this?" Then depending how smart you are, the reason doesnot matter and you must neutralize the attack or possibly suffer a horrible, painful death. This is what is going down to rescue the drone heavy indebted monarchies of Europe. To hell with them. The wages of sin is death. Garage sale time.
Apr 6, 2013 at 2:23 AM | Unregistered CommenterHoward T. Lewis III
Skin, roasted hickory nuts make an ideal substitute for coffee. I also pick wild mushrooms and look-a-likes are common. Caution is advised. The audubon has a great book on mushrooms.
Apr 6, 2013 at 6:31 AM | Unregistered Commenterjohn
Took plant bio classes at UofMD College Park. One of the professors gulped down some wild mushrooms and ended up almost dying. Try not to mess with them. Pretty shitty deal if you are wrong. Kentucky coffee trees have been used the same way, havent tried them though. Beans are inside the pods. Have to try and beat the deer populaion here to the hickory nuts. Not always successful though I do on occaision get to cut one down in season. Mulberry's are some good stuff as well. You are right about Audobon book. There are some real good web sites on that as well. The old boy scout handbood has a bunch of stuff on foraging and some medical plants as well. If you can get a copy. Take care.
Apr 6, 2013 at 9:49 AM | Unregistered CommenterSKINFLINT
Thanks Skin. A lot of wild mushrooms that are edible should not be consumed with alcohol either. The audubon and several other books point out which ones may be issues. I have to beat the squirells for the hickory nuts, but there are numerous trees here so they don't mind sharing.

On the thought of mistaken professor, I had to life flight 2 outward bound guides a few years ago...because they drank water out of a small pond and contracted beaver fever. Luckily, the kids didn't.
Apr 6, 2013 at 6:15 PM | Unregistered Commenterjohn
Look to the Morel, in many places there are clubs out there. there are also fiddle head ferns and many wild greens...


And don't forget the wild fruits.
Apr 7, 2013 at 3:11 AM | Unregistered CommenterS. Gompers
Gomp, we would pick fiddle heads by the garbage bag and can them. They are probably the easiest and most bountiful vegetable green that can be found in the wild along waterways and wet areas. One can pick a years supply in a few hours.


Morels don't grow this far north, but they are the premium mushroom outside of the Black Trumpet (early-late fall). Chanterelle, Boletus, and Oyster are my other favorites. Things to look for on mushrooms are whether the gills are attached to the stem; does the stem have a bulb at the bottom; color changes to the flesh when they are broken; smell and finally for the more advanced, spore prints.

Some of the edible mushrooms should not be ingested when alcohol is consumed.
Apr 7, 2013 at 7:21 AM | Unregistered Commenterjohn
Hemlock trees, the evergreens. Needles are good for tea, high in vitamin C content and tastes a little citrusy. Good stuff on a cold day. They are dying off here where I am, though just north there are stands of them. The inside part of the wood can be used for sewing needles in case you need stitches out in the wilds. Just a great tree. Aphids are wiping them out. They are finding stands of them that reached heights of almost 200 feet in some places which is pretty good for the east coasters.
Apr 7, 2013 at 9:15 AM | Unregistered CommenterSKINFLINT
Huh, I have found Morels in Maine, Michigan, and Wisconsin. And yes, fiddleheads are awesome. Don't forget young poke also. The tea Skin is referring to was used to ward off scurvy in sailors back in the day.
Apr 7, 2013 at 10:54 AM | Unregistered CommenterS. Gompers
Gomp, they are extremely rare in Maine. My guess is you found them in the southern part but don't say anything here....Send me an e-mail of where you found them. I will, in trade, let you know where the really good fishing is and what to use. Might even throw in a good deer/moose spot. Moose are a lottery draw and I will be happy to help out if you win and that goes for all of the regulars here.


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Apr 7, 2013 at 12:09 PM | Unregistered Commenterjohn
This ammo purchase stuff is just nonsense. Breitbart.com destroyed these claims, and when a place as open to conspiracy theories as that destroys this pile of crap you know it is easy to debunk. DHS hasn't refused to answer anything, in fact they put out a press release again specifically to respond to this bullshit. Google it.
Apr 7, 2013 at 10:51 PM | Unregistered CommenterJon

You're an apologist for Janet Napolitano, congratulations. Big Sis appreciates your support. For the rest of us, we'd like an explanation of the hollow-point bullets, at a minimum.
Apr 8, 2013 at 12:12 AM | Registered CommenterDailyBail

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