Wednesday, April 17, 2013

Boston bombing could be exploited as justification for 'black powder control'

The forcible citizen disarmament lobby and the politicians they own are opportunists, and high profile death and carnage are, disgustingly, their opportunity. Don't expect them to waste it.


WarriorClass III said...

"Retired psyop planner, Ellis Medavoy (pseudonym), told me in a 2002 interview: “People think it’s very esoteric to talk about disruption in the space-time wave. But setting up certain psyops is very much about that. The theory of these operations has everything to do with the fact that people exist in an average and consistent space-time wave.

“They become used to that. They’re not even aware of it. So a psyop can go two ways. It can encourage that form of sleep, to make it continue. Or it can blow people right out of their wave into something that’s very disorienting.

“In the latter case, you’re forcing people out of their average perception of space and time, but you’re not giving them anything to replace it. They’re hanging in a void, so to speak.

“What’s the result? People desperately want a resolution of the psyop, so they can return to their former continuum. And because they feel desperate, they’ll take whatever and whoever you give them. You can say a deer chewed on a power cable and blew out the power for the entire east coast for a week, and they’ll believe you.

“And that’s what you want. The ability to say anything and have people believe you.”

-by Jon Rappoport, at Jon Rappoport's Blog, April 16, 2013

Charles N. Steele said...

I will be very surprised if we don't see legislation proposed that would mandate NICS checks and other restrictions on purchases of all components.

Every one of these new expansions of "background checks" needs to be defeated.

Happy D said...

How are they going to control something you can make out of stuff growing in your back yard or park?

The high quality (purified) components are available at your supermarket and/or hardware store.

You then can then enhance it with a component bought at a paint store. Or make your own from lightweight car parts. If you do not order it in bulk from a variety of sources.

kenlowder said...

I expect to have to register my pressure canner. Here's another item to add to that infamous MIAC report on possible domestic terrorist. People who own pressure canners.

ed said...

Let them also ban the teaching of chemistry for all the good it will do. Buying goods at the store is convenient, but even black powder can be manufactured from the constituent components. Be grateful that a low grade explosive was used instead of other alternatives.

Anonymous said...

Obviously they're going to have to start doing background checks on people who want to buy pressure cookers...