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Re: Historical likelihood for civil war between the people &

Postby gnaruki » Thu Sep 24, 2020 12:30 am

Alphabet wrote:On the militarization of police:

You know all those used MRAPs that were beat to shit, then given to local and state agencies? There was no service/parts part of the contract.

Here ya go, you're on your own. Uncle Sam not only saved millions by not having to go through the EPA to junk them, they essentially long range defunded the police.

We have one that has been sitting in the county motor pool for a year and hasn't moved an inch. Tires deflated. Cobwebs all over.


Uncle same would have saved even more if there was a destroy in place policy. Literal boat loads of that scrap got shipped home at insane costs which wasn't recovered at auction.
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Re: Historical likelihood for civil war between the people &

Postby Alphabet » Wed Sep 30, 2020 4:56 am

gnaruki wrote:
Alphabet wrote:On the militarization of police:

You know all those used MRAPs that were beat to shit, then given to local and state agencies? There was no service/parts part of the contract.

Here ya go, you're on your own. Uncle Sam not only saved millions by not having to go through the EPA to junk them, they essentially long range defunded the police.

We have one that has been sitting in the county motor pool for a year and hasn't moved an inch. Tires deflated. Cobwebs all over.


Uncle same would have saved even more if there was a destroy in place policy. Literal boat loads of that scrap got shipped home at insane costs which wasn't recovered at auction.



Hey...gotta keep those Israeli defense contractors in business. Ya know?
It could be raining pussy, and troops will complain and blame leadership for not providing an equal ration of ass.
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