Skip to comments.Police MRAPs in the Current Environment of Suspicion
Posted on 06/14/2016 9:29:16 AM PDT by conservativeimage.com
The territory within the borders of the United States is not a battlefield. We are a peaceful nation not accustomed to signs of active military deployment in our neighborhoods. After the conclusion of the latest act of Islamic terrorism in Orlando Florida, commentators are saying police MRAPs are convenient and necessary. They would not be necessary if the government was not obviously inciting race riots, mismanaging the WOT, dismantling our borders, and relocating potential jihadists around the country.
The fed's behavior enabling our enemies and disarming our citizens is suspicious. The increasing demand for gun control is suspicious. The appearance of an escalating militarization in our neighborhoods (MRAPs, Jade Helm, etc.) is suspicious. Suspicion of the fed transfers to suspicion of local law enforcement with the transfer of these military armed vehicles in our communities. This is becoming a matter not of a government by, of and for the people but a matter of us versus them. This activity causes citizens to wonder what the future holds in store for our way of life.
Yes, thank God the MRAP was there in Orlando. No thanks to the Marxist, Muslim MOFO in office who keeps demanding the FBI let these marauding Islamists go free.
This bumper sticker design was created exactly three years ago. The attack in Florida was on 6/11... 6 - 1 1. This was no boating accident. Homeless trucker posting from the side of the road, somewhere USA. Will check back in later during break.
When they start deploying these urban tanks into the midst of Occupy, La Raza, Reconquista, or AFL-CIO bussed-in DNC goons, then I’ll agree they have a purpose.
MRAP’s have weak points.
Thinking way back to DHS trail balloons by the Clinton admin Cohen did talk about APCs on every street corner. Looks like that is coming to pass
I agree they have a purpose. But I look forward to the day where I don’t feel the need to carry a gun anymore.
Like above the front wheels into the engine compartment?
You mean the “imam Mohammad Obama?”
Depends on the strength of the charge.
I’d be looking for the air intake. And not just for the engine.
“Yes, thank God the MRAP was there in Orlando.”
Why? Why would you need an armored vehicle to handle a single shooter with small arms in an unfortified commercial building?
In this country it is very, very seldom that a ‘first responder’ actually is on scene to stop impending havoc when it goes down. Usually, the ‘first responder’ responds to some tragedy that has already occurred.
In this day and age, I don’t and I can’t imagine any level of preparedness that I’d want taking the place of a well-armed and prepared citizen. Ever.
I am entertained by every police officer who dresses as though he is going into combat. A side arm, a back up pistol, pepper spray, a taser, a rifle, a shotgun, a stun gun, ball cap, field boots, bloused trousers, etc. They look like the rich kid in the neighborhood turning out to play war. They carry more armament than I ever did in the Corps.
The images of the SWAT team in Orlando are comical. They are weighed down with more gear for a couple of hours of work than I took to the field for a month.
Finally, their tactics are comical as a whole. I am certain there is a hot shot SWAT team somewhere but on average, the amount of manpower, the amount of ammo expended and their relative ineffectiveness is comical.
Government is deliberately creating the conditions that rthey claim require this.
Anyways this is all part of a plan launched 60+ years ago.
State Dept publicantion 7277, Freedom From War.
We are well in stage 2 at the moment.
I see what you mean.
I mean fubarACK oBomber.
Set traps for the vehicles, use lots of flammable liquids, cook the contents.
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