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War on Terrorism Linked to World War III Nuclear War Push

Is plunging the world into World War II the end goal of the War on Terrorism? Although terrorism is a not a recent phenomenon, the full fledged War on Terrorism started after 9/11 terror attacks in 2001. Since then, the US and its allies have invaded two countries and bombed two more but the war on terror seems far from over.  

An American citizen and a blogger with the blog handle: Ushanabi, asks some very important questions about how the government is turning the country into a military state and preparing for World War III in a letter sent to politicos such as senators, representative at both federal and state levels, governor etc.

His first question asks about the rationale behind turning government agencies into military outposts.

"What's the rationale behind turning government agencies into military outposts?  As of six years ago 73 federal law enforcement agencies . . . employed approximately 120,000 full-time law enforcement officers who were authorized to make arrests and carry firearms in the United States.” 

He says that notable buildup in recent years of SWAT teams within many of the non-security-related federal agencies.

"There has been a notable buildup in recent years of SWAT teams within non-security-related federal agencies such as the Department of Agriculture, the Railroad Retirement Board, the Tennessee Valley Authority, the Office of Personnel Management, the Consumer Product Safety Commission, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, and the Education Department."

He then asks why the government agencies  have been stockpiling hollow point bullets.

"What's with all of the government agencies stockpiling hollow point bullets?  For example, why does the Department of Agriculture need .40 caliber semiautomatic sub-machine guns and 320,000 rounds of hollow point bullets?"

He further asks why agents of the Department of Agriculture and the Postal Service body armor, need arms and ammunition.

"For that matter, why do its agents need ballistic vests and body armor?  Why does the Postal Service need 'assorted small arms ammunition'?"

The blogger then questions why the federal government has been distributing obscene amounts of military equipment, weapons and ammunition to police departments around the country.

"Why is the federal government distributing obscene amounts of military equipment, weapons and ammunition to police departments around the country?  And why is DHS acquiring more than 2,500 Mine-Resistant Armored Protection (MRAP) vehicles, only to pass them around to local police departments across the country?"

He then asks about the reason behind military partnering with local police to conduct training drills around the country.

"Why is the military partnering with local police to conduct training drills around the country?  And what exactly are they training for?  In Richland, South Carolina, for instance, U.S. Army Special Forces are participating in joint and secretive exercises and training with local deputies."

He also says that the public has been disallowed from obtaining any information about the purpose of the drills, other than that they might be loud and to not be alarmed. 

The concerned citizen then points to another disturbing development concerning FEMA.

"Why is FEMA stockpiling massive quantities of emergency supplies?  FEMA enlisted the service of contractors who could 'supply medical bio‐hazard disposal capabilities and 40 yard dumpsters to 1,000 tent hospitals across the United States; all required on 24 ‐ 48 hour notice.'

He further says that this coincides with other medical requests seeking massive amounts of supplies, such as “31,000,000 flu vaccinations,” “100,000 each of winter shirts and pants and the same for summer” and other goods and services requests as well like tarps, manufactured housing units, and beverages.

This is certainly a disturbing revelation and one does not have to believe in conspiracy theories to assume that the government is preparing for a large scale war. Since terror organizations do not possess the ability to launch such a war against the US, why would the government be prepared for a nuclear war?

The blogger also raises questions about the government amassing names and information on Americans considered to be threats to the nation.

"Why is the government amassing names and information on Americans considered to be threats to the nation, and what criteria is the government using for this database? Keep in mind that this personal information is being acquired and kept without warrant or court order."

It's been suggested that in the event of nuclear war, the destruction of the US Government, and the declaration of martial law, this Main Core database, which as of six years ago contained some 8 million names of Americans (you can probably update me on the most recent statistics), would be used by military officials to locate and round up Americans seen as threats to national security, a program to be carried out by the Army and FEMA.

Taken individually, these questions are alarming enough.  However, when viewed collectively, they leave one wondering what exactly the U.S. government is preparing for and whether American citizens shouldn't be preparing, as well, for that eventuality when our so-called “government of the people, by the people, for the people” is no longer answerable to “we the people.”