The U.S. Government wants complete control. By the end of the year 2014, basically 12 months or LESS, a computer chip will be installed in America’s “freedoms” and “amendment rights,” whether they like it or not, it’s in their best interest.
Here’s how it works: Say you’re on psych meds and you walk into a school with a gun or guns; the school’s new computer software recognizes the chip, the video recognizes the action, add 2 and 2 and you’ve got a nightmare underway, if nothing’s done. The electronic chip in the guns basically shuts down, disabling the guns from shooting, and the video simulator alerts the TSA agents in charge of each school.
Another scenario; a terrorist steals a car to use as a weapon of some sorts, and the chip picks up the car as it’s code is scrubbed against the FBI “watch” list, and bam, caught in the act before it happens, almost like the movie “Minority Report” where you get prosecuted for “pre-crimes” you were simply thinking about and beginning the acts of carry it out: This would solve many of the issues of today!
On Pre-Crime: “… the role of preventive government in protecting its citizenry, the role of media in a future state where electronic advancements make its presence (Big government like today) nearly boundless.”
One more prime example: Some L.A. police are beating a guy down real bad and people around the scene start videotaping it. The cops don’t want that on video, so all cameras and videotaping devices within that immediate perimeter, say, 300 yards, are shut down by the chip inside.
The moral to the story: Arm the innocent so they can use violence to kill the nutjobs that are trying to kill them. Stop putting up signs everywhere that say no guns. Stop infringing on Amendments that say innocent must be able to defend themselves PROPERLY against people with GUNS.
Mike Adams, the Health Ranger and Natural News Editor, breaks this case wide open! For intelligent perception and the wisdom to share the authenticity of the events of the last week, read more from Natural News:
“In his own words, Gandhi advocated facing danger with measured violence” (i.e. shooting back)
“…A man who, when faced by danger, behaves like a mouse, is rightly called a coward.
Not knowing the stuff of which nonviolence is made, many have honestly believed that running away from danger every time was a virtue compared to offering resistance, especially when it was fraught with danger to one’s life. As a teacher of nonviolence I must, so far as it is possible for me, guard against such an unmanly belief.”