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Is Homeland Security Getting Ready for a Fight?

Perhaps the Department of Homeland Security is just showing off.

A post today on the Daily Paul website shows a fearsome black “special response team” armored vehicle on a flatbed trailer in transit somewhere in Kentucky.   The difference between this vehicle and previous vehicles that the Department of Homeland Security had unveiled is that this one is missing the title “Immigration and Customs Enforcement” and “Police/Rescue”.  The way this vehicle is built, I doubt that the general thought was that a horde of illegal immigrants would be invading the country with RPG’s and semi-automatic weapons.  But hey, you never know.

Over the last few months, the DHS has purchased millions of rounds of ammunition and an array of state-of-the-art weapons. As Mike Adams notes, the 450 million rounds of ammo purchased by the DHS is enough to wage more than 6 years of Iraq-level combat.

Unless the government is expecting al-Qaeda to invade, there is little reason for the existence of this sort of vehicle and the stockpiling of weapons and millions of rounds of ammunition. The only logical conclusion here is that the feds are expecting the Americans people to revolt.

This arsenal build-up and these military purchases must be in response to the recent study funded by the DHS about the new definition for a terrorist: you and I.  In a previous Unexplainable.net article titled “You Might Be a Domestic Threat If”¦,” the DHS has set new characteristics and behaviors that are meant to seek out people that mean to do harm to our country.  However, the new characteristics describe just about anybody who has opposing thoughts and views toward the government.  Basically, if you have a problem with the government then you could be labeled as a “homegrown” terrorist.   And with the recent mass shootings that have been happening and talk around Washington about confiscating the peoples’ guns, the DHS might be getting ready for martial law and the resistance that will more than likely follow.

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