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Food: The Communists’ Weapon of Choice
The coming battle will be fought in our grocery stores
By: David Deschesne
Editor/Publisher, Fort Fairfield Journal
February 20, 2013
While the gun debate is raging over the banking system’s vehement desire to use government to disarm us all and make us their pet slaves, it is being lost on most in society—on either side of the debate—what the real strategy of all banker-run, Communist style governments has been throughout history. That is, they do disarm people, but first they have to starve them into submission.
I received a E-mail note from a friend on my mailing list the other day who made that simple observation. He said;
“Amidst all the pro-gun breast-beating and lines in the sand being drawn, people had best think a little ways beyond their guns. It is true that every genocide in history has been preceded by gun control, but the actual mechanism of genocide was starvation by intent. The Marxist Mafia infesting the White House will most likely not beat down our doors confiscating weapons; rather, what they will do is disrupt our very complex food distribution system and set up ‘refugee processing centers’ to ‘save us’ from empty supermarkets. The price for food and shelter will be our firearms, our ammunition, our liberty, and our labor growing food so THEY can eat well. We'd best set down our tactical self-defense plans and start thinking about maintaining our food distribution system, riding shotgun if necessary, and figuring out how to defeat that [unmanned government aerial] drone at 17,500 feet targeting the 18-wheeler full of vegetables heading our way.”
He makes an interesting point about controlling food and the government forcing us to grow it for “them.” In the U.S. Army’s latest Internment and Resettlement Operations manual, FM 3-39.40, dated February, 2010, work farms are described for civilian detainees to force them to work to produce food for the military and to sustain their prison labor camp. The manual states:
“Where practical, detainees will be required to raise vegetables for their use. This work is classified as paid work. Agricultural and gardening projects are particularly desirable because they provide gainful employment for large numbers of individuals. The food produced by the gardening projects provides a valuable supplement to detainee diets at a minimal expense. The produce from gardens is U.S. property. It will be used for the benefit of detainees and U.S. armed forces and will not be sold or traded in civilian markets.” (see FM 3-39.40 Internment and Resettlement Operations, Department of the Army, Appendix J, paragraph J-75).
Here are some additional points to consider on the gun control issue:
Even if you don’t give up your guns, communists are patient. They’ll simply resort to the Stalinesque tactic of starving people out. Hungry soldiers don’t fight, after all. Brother, can you spare some beans? I can’t eat these bullets.
Hey, they might even concoct a narrative for the mainstream media where the people with guns are the reason there are food shortages. That will make their gun confiscation program even that much easier to implement amidst the tattletale society we now live in who would by then be irate from their hunger pains and listening to the crying of their hungry babies. Think about these points for just a minute.
©2013 David R. Deschesne, All Rights Reserved