Forum Post: New Government Guidelines Say That If You Have More Than A Week’s Worth Of Food, You Could Be Suspected Of Being A Terrorist.
Posted 3 years ago on Feb. 13, 2012, 12:25 p.m. EST by CautiouslyOptimistic
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New government guidelines say that if you have more than a week’s worth of food, you could be suspected of being a terrorist. You have to seriously question why anyone in the US government would dare try to restrict its citizens from having more than a week’s worth of food. You would think that a caring government would want its people to have as much food as possible. It just makes good sense.
As a matter of fact, FEMA has long been an advocate of having extra food on hand, just in case of emergency. Many people get paid every two weeks, so when they shop for groceries, they tend to shop for two weeks at a time. So why all of a sudden does the government not want its citizens to have more than seven days of food on hand?
Perhaps they want to keep people in short supply in order to control them in a time of crisis? Nothing else about the seven day food limit makes much sense.
As Henry Kissinger once said, “Control oil and you control nations. Control food and you control people“
If you follow the criminal cabal that runs this country, you probably recall new world order poster boy ZbigniewBrzezinski’s forecast of civil unrest in early July. He predicted at the time, with a half smile and a glint in his eye, that it would begin with the lower middle class and those who perceived social injustice had befallen them.
a.. Economy is tanking badly, sliding into a complete collapse.
b.. NDAA provides for indefinite detention and military law enforcement.
c.. SOPA and PIPA threaten internet free speech.
d.. White House initiates SIP to guard against “extremism.”
e.. FEMA NCP plan outlines US continuity of government takeover. If you’re not alarmed about all of the sudden new legislation in 2011 that threatens our freedom and our bill of rights, then you’re just not paying attention.
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