Skip to comments.Oath Keepers: FBI Wants Surplus Stores To Spy on Customers
Posted on 08/11/2011 9:20:24 AM PDT by bayouranger
Oath Keepers Exclusive: An FBI Denver Joint Terrorism Task Force handout being distributed to Colorado military surplus store owners lists the purchase of popular preparedness items and firearms accessories as suspicious and potential indicators of terrorist activities, instructing store owners to keep records on and report people who:
Make bulk purchase of items to include:
Weatherproofed ammunition or match containers
Meals Ready to Eat
Night Vision Devices; night flashlights; gas masks
High capacity magazines
Bi-pods or tri-pods for rifles
The FBI handout, entitled Communities Against Terrorism: Potential Indicators of Terrorist Activities Related to Military Surplus Stores also instructs surplus store owners to:
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Nest they will want to know who has been buying large quantities of dried beans, flour, rice and ramen noodles. Lets not forget canning jars and lids.
A lot of the stuff mentioned in the handout is stuff I get from my disaster kit.
Not sure about their minds, but I do think they have lost their souls!
“Insisting” on paying cash is No. 2 on the list.
Apparently, by listenting to Dave Ramsey’s financial advise, I have become a terrorist to Obama.
I buy a case of MRE’s monthly thru a surplus store. I am also an “OK” I guess I’m on someone’s terrorist watchlist.
Well, Dave's principles and the idea of people and the government living by them DOES terrify The Won, so probably, yeah.
“To the group of people that consider a 4 gun collection a “weapons cache”, Bulk takes on a unique meaning.”
When I look in the gun safe, it takes me a while to decide what 4 guns I’m going to take to the range.
It is a legal intimidation psy-ops, basicaly. Because when the average joe goes there, he now is going to fear to be labeled a Nazi. THey do the same thing with gun ownership and the Tparty whereby average people are intimidated from listening or getting a gun, lest they feel the curse that it will turn them into some kind of Nazi.
The result is the only ones with guns will be the Nazis, the communists/unions, the government and criminals.
The sheep, the center independent, have got to wake the heck up. A wide mainstreaming organized sale/marketing of such items has to be undertaken.
“...I am ashamed my tax dollars are going towards this...”
You have nothing to be ashamed of.
You’re an American.
These assclowns who dreamed this up are the ones who should be ashamed. Not only should be ashamed, they should be publically stripped of any authority and shamed into obscurity.
We need a marketing scheme along the lines of “girls love real MRE guys” etc... even trying to get some metrosexual outfit like GQ to buy the stuff.
We need to counter this Zero psyops lead by the FBI
and at the same time the website Ready.gov is ENCOURAGING you to go out and buy these things
Require valid ID from all new customers. Keep records of purchases. Talk to customers, ask questions, and listen to and observe their responses. Watch for people and actions that are out of place. Make note of suspicious statements, people, and /or vehicles. If something seems wrong, notify law enforcement authorities.
Meanwhile, how many firearms have we sold/allowed/transported to bad guys in Mexico?
Frankly, I think we’d all be a lot safer, if they’d publish a list of FBI homes, and we all be tasked to keep an eye on them and their occupants.
After Ruby Ridge, Waco, the TWA flight 800 investigation, I have no respect whatsoever for the FBI.
I don’t trust them. If they can stand up before Congress and lie like they did, with impunity, and then be rewarded with promotions, then they are public enemy number one.
This is just more evidence of it.
Maybe they're trying to compile a list of people stupid enough to do whatever the government says to do. Such a list could prove to be very useful. ;-)
Bookmarked in the ‘Liberty’ folder to keep an eye on these people.
Require valid ID from all new customers.
Keep records of purchases.
Talk to customers, ask questions, and
listen to and observe their responses.
Watch for people and actions that are out of place.
Make note of suspicious statements, people, and /or vehicles.
If something seems wrong, notify law enforcement authorities.
Buying night flashlights instead of day flashlights is a definite sign of a terrorist.
After all, only a terrorist would need a night flashlight to see at night. Non-terrorist need a day flashlight to see during the day.
It's comforting to know our tax dollars are being used to hire the best and the brightest the left has to offer.
“Missing hands, fingers, chemical burns, strange odors or bright colored stains on clothing”
Now that’s funny right there. I don’t care who you are.
Reminds me of a scene from “Raising Arizona” after the bank robbery.
"Sho nuff brutha! Keep it real, yo, and rememba to show up on "beat whitey night" at da loca state fayer"