Monday, April 29, 2013

The Weber Thesis


Back in the mists of antiquity, "going to town" mostly meant a visit to London, these days it means a drive to Dallas. And if it rains, which it almost always doesn't, you can grill under cover.

More bullets, please

Result. And while we're on topic, why does the DHS need 1000 more rounds of ammo, per person, than the Army. Surely our rulers aren't scared of anything? Or maybe they're just trying to disarm us quietly, which amounts to much the same thing.

Buy ammo if you can find it.



LL said...

It works out to something on the order of 17,000 rounds per DHS agent per year. That's a LOT of training.

A some of those agents work at the Social Security Administration, in internal affair roles and only a tiny fraction are "SWAT Operators" where that sort of ammunition expenditure for training would be anticipated.

I'm with you. I smell a rat.

LSP said...

Odd, isn't it, LL. Just what are they training for? Or maybe they're not really training that much at all...

Something's not right. And I'm not just talking about ammo shortages at Walmart either.

LL said...

"It is a capital mistake to theorize before one has data. Insensibly one begins to twist facts to suit theories, instead of theories to suit facts." --Doyle
(Sherlock Holmes, A Scandal in Bohemia)

One fundamental goal of any well-conceived indoctrination program is to direct attention elsewhere, away from effective power, its roots, and the disguises it assumes. The Obama Administration has not been particularly effective at doing this.

For we wrestle, not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places. --Ephesians 6:12

LSP said...

Doyle and the Apostle? In one short comment? That has to win a prize, LL, and I think you're right -- the Admin doesn't seem to be going long on subtlety.

Spiritual wickedness in high places? That's most definitely for sure.