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Title: Honest question for my fellow Americans
Post by: Wiggs on September 13, 2013, 06:29:53 AM
No trolling.

If there is martial law and forced evacuation to these FEMA camps all around the country, are you going willfully?


Escape?
Fight?
Journey to other countries?
etc?


Title: Re: Honest question for my fellow Americans
Post by: That_Dude on September 13, 2013, 06:42:25 AM
I would ask for your exact location and fight by your side while discussing how kai is the uncrowned Mr o which is a bigger travesty than the martial law being rolled out


Title: Re: Honest question for my fellow Americans
Post by: shrek on September 13, 2013, 06:42:35 AM
Fight while heading to old Mexico


Title: Re: Honest question for my fellow Americans
Post by: Mr Nobody on September 13, 2013, 06:46:19 AM
I got my shotgun and will go down fighting.


Title: Re: Honest question for my fellow Americans
Post by: Ronnie Rep on September 13, 2013, 06:50:30 AM
Armed to the teeth and protect my family!


Title: Re: Honest question for my fellow Americans
Post by: El Diablo Blanco on September 13, 2013, 06:52:15 AM
setup shack in Cabo


Title: Re: Honest question for my fellow Americans
Post by: Overload on September 13, 2013, 06:52:29 AM
GPS coordinates for nearest FEMA camp?

315 million people?

What's your favorite hydroponic?


8)


Title: Re: Honest question for my fellow Americans
Post by: Trapper_Slapper on September 13, 2013, 06:53:47 AM
There isn't enough military to uphold Martial Law...unless the UN gets involved.




We are the most heavily armed country in the world when it comes to the general population. Those sum bitches in Afghanistan have one or two AK-47's that float from hand to hand in various villages, and it poses as a creditable threat to ISAF forces...


...imagine that shit 5x's multiplied over, and you'll have an accurate assessment as to how it will go down state side. Martial Law wouldn't work unless security positions are contracted out, or the US called in some other countries for aid.
(http://www.reaperoutdoors.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/03/THV2.jpg)


Title: Re: Honest question for my fellow Americans
Post by: cswol on September 13, 2013, 07:01:44 AM
Right now as state of current affairs in america you could put a wig on a pig and call it pussy and these clowns would line up to fuck it before the majority of americans stand up for themselves, thousands of people will turn out in Washington, D.C. To hear employees of the entity that murdered MLK jr and praise it, but won't stand up for their rights and their families, all while groveling on their knees praising Obama and following the royal family...how fucking stupid are you sheeple!


Title: Re: Honest question for my fellow Americans
Post by: phreak on September 13, 2013, 07:04:01 AM
There isn't enough military to uphold Martial Law...unless the UN gets involved.




We are the most heavily armed country in the world when it comes to the general population. Those sum bitches in Afghanistan have one or two AK-47's that float from hand to hand in various villages, and it poses as a creditable threat to ISAF forces...


...imagine that shit 5x's multiplied over, and you'll have an accurate assessment as to how it will go down state side. Martial Law wouldn't work unless security positions are contracted out, or the US called in some other countries for aid.
Your military doesn't need a lot of people. Remember the Boston bombing? 99.9% of people were okay with waiving their rights simply because they were told. So your military (and heavily militarized police) only need to deal with the one in a thousand who will not go like a sheep. The rest, even the big mouths, will almost all go willingly.


Title: Re: Honest question for my fellow Americans
Post by: Mr Nobody on September 13, 2013, 07:05:56 AM
Most all the Buffalo ran off a cliff following the herd.


Title: Re: Honest question for my fellow Americans
Post by: hrspwr1 on September 13, 2013, 07:06:57 AM
I`m going to take a job manning the machine guns in the guard towers around those fema camps, if you guys flash me the secret signal I will make sure you get extra peanut butter sandwiches.

 No seriously if that shit ever happens, and I don`t ever see it in my area, it will go badly for any type of occupying force. They can hold the cities but that would be about all of it, too much territory to hold and not enough personnel to do the job.
 


Title: Re: Honest question for my fellow Americans
Post by: Wiggs on September 13, 2013, 07:07:42 AM
Coming to a city near you! :D


Title: Re: Honest question for my fellow Americans
Post by: cswol on September 13, 2013, 07:07:54 AM
Phreak good truthful post, as long as there are tv's at the FEMA camps and a celebrity telling them to go, they will gladly crawl there to the FEMA camp, Americans could care less about their family or their rights and liberties, the people in New York n jersey went to FEMA camps and the fuckers are stil livin there!


Title: Re: Honest question for my fellow Americans
Post by: phreak on September 13, 2013, 07:08:35 AM
I`m going to take a job manning the machine guns in the guard towers around those fema camps, if you guys flash me the secret signal I will make sure you get extra peanut butter sandwiches.

 No seriously if that shit ever happens, and I don`t ever see it in my area, it will go badly for any type of occupying force. They can hold the cities but that would be about all of it, too much territory to hold and not enough personnel to do the job.
 
Sounds tough. And then your child gets sick and needs a hospital -- and you will gladly give your family up to get treatment.


Title: Re: Honest question for my fellow Americans
Post by: Tito24 on September 13, 2013, 07:09:41 AM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SjshyjF7jQM


Title: Re: Honest question for my fellow Americans
Post by: delta9mda on September 13, 2013, 07:10:56 AM
Your military doesn't need a lot of people. Remember the Boston bombing? 99.9% of people were okay with waiving their rights simply because they were told. So your military (and heavily militarized police) only need to deal with the one in a thousand who will not go like a sheep. The rest, even the big mouths, will almost all go willingly.

Not in the south


Title: Re: Honest question for my fellow Americans
Post by: phreak on September 13, 2013, 07:15:36 AM
Not in the south
Keep fooling yourself. Wannabe rebels always forget the basics. Let's assume you can hold out because everyone is armed. What then? How are you going to grow food for tens of millions of people? The government will just spray defoliant and you will starve. And then you will be begging them to be let into a camp. Not to mention medical services. Hospitals? Government access only. Pharmacies? No supply line = no medicine.


Title: Re: Honest question for my fellow Americans
Post by: Tito24 on September 13, 2013, 07:16:51 AM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r1rrJqdRQ5I


Title: Re: Honest question for my fellow Americans
Post by: Archer77 on September 13, 2013, 07:19:24 AM
Depends on the type of emergency and my location at the time of the emergency.  If the emergency involved a highly infectious disease and I was in an urban area I would not go, at least initially.


Title: Re: Honest question for my fellow Americans
Post by: JOHN MATRIX on September 13, 2013, 07:19:52 AM
The big liberal cities will go along willingly as they love big government. And its not like a bunch of twinks and metrosexuals are going to fight back anyway. The south would not go quietly however...
I'd pursue every possible avenue to escape but if cornered ill die with my boots on


Title: Re: Honest question for my fellow Americans
Post by: CalvinH on September 13, 2013, 07:20:25 AM
No trolling.

If there is martial law and forced evacuation to these FEMA camps all around the country, are you going willfully?


Escape?
Fight?
Journey to other countries?
etc?



I just saw the last Batman so I'll be counting on him 8)


Title: Re: Honest question for my fellow Americans
Post by: Wiggs on September 13, 2013, 07:20:47 AM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r1rrJqdRQ5I

Mars you look huge here. Glad you had a good time.


Title: Re: Honest question for my fellow Americans
Post by: Mr Nobody on September 13, 2013, 07:21:08 AM


I just saw the last Batman so I'll be counting on him 8)
This ^ yes.


Title: Re: Honest question for my fellow Americans
Post by: Trapper_Slapper on September 13, 2013, 07:23:54 AM
Your military doesn't need a lot of people. Remember the Boston bombing? 99.9% of people were okay with waiving their rights simply because they were told. So your military (and heavily militarized police) only need to deal with the one in a thousand who will not go like a sheep. The rest, even the big mouths, will almost all go willingly.

That is true about a large amount of people in the US. However, there is a large amount of people who believe that the government has more control over their lives that they feel comfortable with. I believe that it will take one big event or implementation of a law/series of laws that may trigger a movement amongst those people previously mentioned.

Not in the south

That's exactly what I was thinking too. Also states like West Virginia and Michigan contain militias with numbers in the thousands. It's on major news outlets at least twice per year, and some of which are on the goverment's watch list...just like Al Qaeda.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8-_hsouK4j4


Title: Re: Honest question for my fellow Americans
Post by: JOHN MATRIX on September 13, 2013, 07:25:00 AM
Keep fooling yourself. Wannabe rebels always forget the basics. Let's assume you can hold out because everyone is armed. What then? How are you going to grow food for tens of millions of people? The government will just spray defoliant and you will starve. And then you will be begging them to be let into a camp. Not to mention medical services. Hospitals? Government access only. Pharmacies? No supply line = no medicine.

I used to think this too (no way to fight back)  yet history seems to show that it is possible; the full might of the soviet union could not conquer afghanistan..americas military has been unable to clamp down of afghanistan...syrians with ak's and no food production have done quite a job so far against modern artillery and aircraft...people all over the world have managed to resist overwhelming force quite successfully. And no one is armed better than americans


Title: Re: Honest question for my fellow Americans
Post by: Archer77 on September 13, 2013, 07:26:20 AM
That is true about a large amount of people in the US. However, there is a large amount of people who believe that the government has more control over their lives that they feel comfortable with. I believe that it will take one big event or implementation of a law/series of laws that may trigger a movement amongst those people previously mentioned.

That's exactly what I was thinking too. Also states like West Virginia and Michigan contain militias with numbers in the thousands. It's on major news outlets at least twice per year, and they are on the goverment's watch list...just like Al Qaeda.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8-_hsouK4j4

I'm from Michigan.  My brother in-law joined what he thought was a gun club that turned out to be a militia group.


Title: Re: Honest question for my fellow Americans
Post by: Trapper_Slapper on September 13, 2013, 07:27:58 AM
I'm from Michigan.  My brother in-law joined what he thought was a gun club that turned out to be a militia group.

LMAO!


Title: Re: Honest question for my fellow Americans
Post by: Wiggs on September 13, 2013, 07:29:16 AM
I'm from Michigan.  My brother in-law joined what he thought was a gun club that turned out to be a militia group.

lolololololololololololo lolololololololololololo lololol!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

How'd that work out? ;D :D


Title: Re: Honest question for my fellow Americans
Post by: Wiggs on September 13, 2013, 07:31:05 AM
That is true about a large amount of people in the US. However, there is a large amount of people who believe that the government has more control over their lives that they feel comfortable with. I believe that it will take one big event or implementation of a law/series of laws that may trigger a movement amongst those people previously mentioned.

That's exactly what I was thinking too. Also states like West Virginia and Michigan contain militias with numbers in the thousands. It's on major news outlets at least twice per year, and some of which are on the goverment's watch list...just like Al Qaeda.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8-_hsouK4j4

Say what you want, I'm glad these militias are popping up (not the extreme ones).


Title: Re: Honest question for my fellow Americans
Post by: Trapper_Slapper on September 13, 2013, 07:33:06 AM
Say what you want, I'm glad these militias are popping up (not the extreme ones).

I agree with you all the way on this one.


Title: Re: Honest question for my fellow Americans
Post by: Wiggs on September 13, 2013, 07:35:05 AM
I agree with you all the way on this one.

I never thought I'd be saying that being a 10 year military guy. Things have obviously changed for the worse,


Title: Re: Honest question for my fellow Americans
Post by: Trapper_Slapper on September 13, 2013, 07:39:38 AM
I never thought I'd be saying that being a 10 year military guy. Things have obviously changed for the worse,
I can only say so many things...since I'm currently bound by "some things"...that could may or may not effect my livelyhood for the next few years...if that makes any sense. :-*

But I definitely agree, along with many others who are currently in the same status as myself.

*edited*


Title: Re: Honest question for my fellow Americans
Post by: Wiggs on September 13, 2013, 07:41:34 AM
I can only say so many things...since I'm currently bound by "some things"...that could may or may not effect my livelyhood for the next few years...if that makes any sense. :-*

But I definitely agree.

Understand 100%


Title: Re: Honest question for my fellow Americans
Post by: Archer77 on September 13, 2013, 07:43:28 AM
LMAO!

lolololololololololololo lolololololololololololo lololol!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

How'd that work out? ;D :D

My bro in-law Dale was training partner for a couple years and it was during that period he met up with these guys.  One day he struck up a conversation with a couple of fellas at the gun range.  They told him they get together with some friends to shoot and go on hunting trips.  He talked to them a few more times at the range before agreeing to get together for a barbecue.

He showed up to what he expected to be the guys house but was more like a compound.   Everyone was dressed in camouflage with military ranks.  They were talking about insurrection, government tyranny and preparing for the inevitable civil war. And no evening would be complete without birther talk.  Real doomsday preppers stuff.  It was a little to much for him.  


Title: Re: Honest question for my fellow Americans
Post by: JOHN MATRIX on September 13, 2013, 08:02:25 AM
Bahahha of course his name was Dale hahhahaa


Title: Re: Honest question for my fellow Americans
Post by: phreak on September 13, 2013, 08:30:24 AM
I used to think this too (no way to fight back)  yet history seems to show that it is possible; the full might of the soviet union could not conquer afghanistan..americas military has been unable to clamp down of afghanistan...syrians with ak's and no food production have done quite a job so far against modern artillery and aircraft...people all over the world have managed to resist overwhelming force quite successfully. And no one is armed better than americans
Sure you can fight back, and maybe even reach a stalemate. But at the cost of living in the stone age, going by the examples you gave. And also not winning.


Title: Re: Honest question for my fellow Americans
Post by: galain on September 13, 2013, 08:33:26 AM
Question from a non American...

...is the possibility of martial law and forced incarceration high enough to warrant concern at the moment?

And on what grounds?

Just curious.


Title: Re: Honest question for my fellow Americans
Post by: Archer77 on September 13, 2013, 08:37:02 AM
Bahahha of course his name was Dale hahhahaa

Haha, his name really is dale but he's not a redneck or anything.  He makes a good living as a manger at a manufacturing plant.  I just don't think he was prepare for the onslaught.  I told him it was to much to soon.  Kind of like a woman saying she wants to marry you and have your children on the first date.


Title: Re: Honest question for my fellow Americans
Post by: Wiggs on September 13, 2013, 08:38:52 AM
Haha, his name really is dale but he's not a redneck or anything.  He makes a good living as a manger at a manufacturing plant.  I just don't think he was prepare for the onslaught.  I told him it was to much to soon.  Kind of like a woman saying she wants to marry you and have your children on the first date.


lol


Title: Re: Honest question for my fellow Americans
Post by: Wiggs on September 13, 2013, 08:40:22 AM
Question from a non American...

...is the possibility of martial law and forced incarceration high enough to warrant concern at the moment?

And on what grounds?

Just curious.

Yes

Financial collapse
Natural Disaster
Civil unrest.

Any combo of the above.
They know this already, which is why they are preparing/prepared.


Title: Re: Honest question for my fellow Americans
Post by: JOHN MATRIX on September 13, 2013, 08:40:31 AM
Sure you can fight back, and maybe even reach a stalemate. But at the cost of living in the stone age, going by the examples you gave. And also not winning.

Yea but the alternative would be death or prison camp.


Title: Re: Honest question for my fellow Americans
Post by: JOHN MATRIX on September 13, 2013, 08:41:48 AM
Haha, his name really is dale but he's not a redneck or anything.  He makes a good living as a manger at a manufacturing plant.  I just don't think he was prepare for the onslaught.  I told him it was to much to soon.  Kind of like a woman saying she wants to marry you and have your children on the first date.

 ;D


Title: Re: Honest question for my fellow Americans
Post by: _aj_ on September 13, 2013, 08:48:10 AM
Armed to the teeth and protect my family!

x2. Lotsa land, dogs on patrol, ranging stakes already set out. Neighbors on-board (the ones close enough that I care about). Water, heat, sewage and electricity are all off-the-grid capable, store of food laid in, no-infrastructure comms are in and working for other "like-minded" folks. Close to 50K rounds of ammo...

The usual.


Title: Re: Honest question for my fellow Americans
Post by: The Abdominal Snoman on September 13, 2013, 08:51:29 AM
Say what you want, I'm glad these militias are popping up (not the extreme ones).

The problem is that when these militias pop up, they are already infiltrated by the CIA etc. And in most cases the government are the ones "popping" them up. They aren't infiltrating them to help with a resistance, they do it to take inventory of the people who are enemy of the state...


Title: Re: Honest question for my fellow Americans
Post by: The Abdominal Snoman on September 13, 2013, 08:57:59 AM
It's the nano technology that is and will be used in evil ways towards mankind that basically will make guns and what not useless...


PASTED---

Introduction to Nanotechnology
 

 
This article will serve as a beginner’s guide to nanotechnology and will explain what nanotechnology is, the strides we’ve made in the field, what nanotechnology is good for, when you can expect to have nanotechnology at your fingertips, and how it will change our lives. By following this simple introduction, you will be able to gain crucial information that you will need to know eventually so you might as well learn it now. Nanotechnology is an interesting industry in and of itself and it will lead the future in nearly every other industry.

What Is Nanotechnology
Nanotechnology is the industry in which tiny computers called nanites come together to work simultaneously throughout whatever object they are inserted into in order to perform amazing tasks at the molecular level. If you think that computers have come along way in the dream of getting smaller and smaller, you’ll be amazed at the size of nanites. Nanites are definitely the small functioning computers we have as they are about 2.5 times smaller than any given cell in your body.

Brief History of Nanotechnology
The idea of nanotechnology was first proposed by a physicist named Richard Feynman in 1959. Feynman never technically used the term “nanotechnology” or “nanite” but he gave a speech called “There’s Plenty of Room At the Bottom” in which he talked about how we would one day be able to manipulate atoms and molecules and actually craft them into whatever we wanted them to be. He then went on to discuss the possibility of us, in the distant future, creating extremely small machines that would serve as tiny tools. This idea was considered completely radical at the time but as the years rolled by, we now see nanotechnology as a very real and potential technology in the near future.

Nanotechnology wasn’t seen as a considerable concept until the 1980s when Eric Drexler began doing research into nanotechnology, including the observation of Feynman’s speech. Drexler spent countless years perfecting the concept and getting many different scientists involved with actually producing nanotechnology.

Things That Nanotechnology Can Be Used For
Nanotechnology can be used for loads of different things in many different industries. That’s why nanotechnology is such a marvelous thing: It’s not limited to one thing or even to a small group of things; it can be used for many different things in any field you can think of. Below is a list of several different tasks that nanotechnology can accomplish and examples of the wonderful abilities that it can provide the people who work in these fields.

Molecular Engineering
Nanotechnology is extremely small and, being so, may be able to allow scientists to actually engineer their own molecules. As Feynman said in his speech, There’s Plenty of Room At the Bottom, nanotechnology may give us the ability to reconstruct atoms in order to make them do whatever we want them to do. Think about a world in which we can make our own oxygen or turn carbon dioxide into ozone. We may not only be able to cure our own planet of the nasty things that we’ve done to it over the years, but nanotechnology will also allow us to renovate entire atmospheres like that found on Mars and allow for us to explore new worlds in a way that’s never been imagined before.

Food Preservation
Nanotechnology can help to preserve food in at least two different ways: The first way that nanotechnology can improve food is by sealing the bags that the food is in. See, the way food preservation works is by keeping it from as much oxygen as possible. When air gets into a bag or other container and into the food, the food will age and expire. That’s why we have so many different types of machines like the AirVac that can suck the air out of a bag after it’s been sealed so we can store it in the fridge, freezer, or pantry for a very long time. The way nanotechnology can help this is by forming a criss-cross net over the container that takes air a very long time to get through. The other way that nanotechnology can help preserve food is mostly limited to bread, specifically. When you first buy (or bake bread) it’s loaded with many proteins and fat cells that are sturdy and fight each other for space. Over time, however, the stronger fat cells eventually win out and the bread begins to get stiff and moldy. Nanotechnology can help this by reinforcing the proteins to make them stronger which means that the fat cells take much longer to take over. For you, that means that your bread will stay fresh for as long as you need it to be (relatively, that is; don’t wait years to eat your bread). With these two preservation techniques just from adding nanotechnology to the food, we may even be able to cure world hunger some day.

Stronger Materials
Nanotechnology will be able to reinforce materials to make them not only stronger, but also lighter. There are these really cool structures called nanotubes (or carbon nanotubes) that are just as stiff as diamonds and one hundred times stronger than steel, yet they’re six times lighter than steel. You may be thinking “Yeah, that’s fine and dandy, but what can it be used for?” Carbon nanotubes are great because athletes (such as golf players or tennis ball players) are constantly looking for equipment that is both strong and light. With the help of these carbon nanotubes, those athletes will be able to get exactly what they’re looking for. Another place that these carbon nanotubes will find their home is inside of military armor. As it is right now, we have kevlar to protect soldiers. Kevlar is good because it is really strong and relatively light (compared to those big iron suits that knights wore). With nanotechnology, however, each soldier will be like a walking tank. Their armor will be light enough for them to walk around and even run in without getting extraordinarily tired while providing very strong protection for the soldier at all times. Because it is so light, we could even make armor for soldiers to wear against their entire bodies instead of just their chests like they do today. That means that our soldiers will be kept safe while they perform their brave tasks throughout the world.

How Long Until Nanotechnology Is Available
Now you might be thinking “Wow! Nanotechnology sounds great. How long until we can buy it at the store, though?” That’s a good question. Some forms of nanotechnology are already being put in use by big corporations today. Some stores in the UK are using basic forms of nanotechnology to track items all the way from the distribution center to the retail store and then the tracking is turned off when you purchase the item. This not only deters people from stealing but for those who do decide to steal an item, the company is able to locate the item and get it back while also reporting the person to authorities in order to bring them to justice. While there is some controversy over whether or not the tracking is turned off at the store, as civil liberty groups are making sure of, nanotechnology may allow for us to never have to worry about theft (from stores, anyway) again. Other types of nanotechnology are being manufactured as we speak and the basic framework of it is already complete. All we have to do now is work out the bugs that are involved in technology that is so small. Within the next decade or two, there’s no reason that nanotechnology will not be a common thing seen in our everyday lives.

Hopefully this article has brought you some insight on what nanotechnology is capable of and has served as not only an educational document, but also as an entertaining one as well.


Title: Re: Honest question for my fellow Americans
Post by: phreak on September 13, 2013, 08:58:07 AM
Yea but the alternative would be death or prison camp.
Isn't everyone always complaining that prisons are too luxurious?

Mark my words: most people will go quietly, many will even want to. Especially if they are sold well. Call it a camp, and some will not want to. Call it a Safe Zone, and people will anal rape their grannies with a pineapple to get in.


Title: Re: Honest question for my fellow Americans
Post by: Archer77 on September 13, 2013, 08:58:12 AM
http://www.michiganmilitia.com/SMVM/smvm.htm

This may be the group or a group affiliated with them. Now that I've googled them I'm sure a computer somewhere has been notified.


Title: Re: Honest question for my fellow Americans
Post by: JOHN MATRIX on September 13, 2013, 09:01:39 AM
It's the nano technology that is and will be used in evil ways towards mankind that basically will make guns and what not useless...


PASTED---

Introduction to Nanotechnology
 

 
This article will serve as a beginner’s guide to nanotechnology and will explain what nanotechnology is, the strides we’ve made in the field, what nanotechnology is good for, when you can expect to have nanotechnology at your fingertips, and how it will change our lives. By following this simple introduction, you will be able to gain crucial information that you will need to know eventually so you might as well learn it now. Nanotechnology is an interesting industry in and of itself and it will lead the future in nearly every other industry.

What Is Nanotechnology
Nanotechnology is the industry in which tiny computers called nanites come together to work simultaneously throughout whatever object they are inserted into in order to perform amazing tasks at the molecular level. If you think that computers have come along way in the dream of getting smaller and smaller, you’ll be amazed at the size of nanites. Nanites are definitely the small functioning computers we have as they are about 2.5 times smaller than any given cell in your body.

Brief History of Nanotechnology
The idea of nanotechnology was first proposed by a physicist named Richard Feynman in 1959. Feynman never technically used the term “nanotechnology” or “nanite” but he gave a speech called “There’s Plenty of Room At the Bottom” in which he talked about how we would one day be able to manipulate atoms and molecules and actually craft them into whatever we wanted them to be. He then went on to discuss the possibility of us, in the distant future, creating extremely small machines that would serve as tiny tools. This idea was considered completely radical at the time but as the years rolled by, we now see nanotechnology as a very real and potential technology in the near future.

Nanotechnology wasn’t seen as a considerable concept until the 1980s when Eric Drexler began doing research into nanotechnology, including the observation of Feynman’s speech. Drexler spent countless years perfecting the concept and getting many different scientists involved with actually producing nanotechnology.

Things That Nanotechnology Can Be Used For
Nanotechnology can be used for loads of different things in many different industries. That’s why nanotechnology is such a marvelous thing: It’s not limited to one thing or even to a small group of things; it can be used for many different things in any field you can think of. Below is a list of several different tasks that nanotechnology can accomplish and examples of the wonderful abilities that it can provide the people who work in these fields.

Molecular Engineering
Nanotechnology is extremely small and, being so, may be able to allow scientists to actually engineer their own molecules. As Feynman said in his speech, There’s Plenty of Room At the Bottom, nanotechnology may give us the ability to reconstruct atoms in order to make them do whatever we want them to do. Think about a world in which we can make our own oxygen or turn carbon dioxide into ozone. We may not only be able to cure our own planet of the nasty things that we’ve done to it over the years, but nanotechnology will also allow us to renovate entire atmospheres like that found on Mars and allow for us to explore new worlds in a way that’s never been imagined before.

Food Preservation
Nanotechnology can help to preserve food in at least two different ways: The first way that nanotechnology can improve food is by sealing the bags that the food is in. See, the way food preservation works is by keeping it from as much oxygen as possible. When air gets into a bag or other container and into the food, the food will age and expire. That’s why we have so many different types of machines like the AirVac that can suck the air out of a bag after it’s been sealed so we can store it in the fridge, freezer, or pantry for a very long time. The way nanotechnology can help this is by forming a criss-cross net over the container that takes air a very long time to get through. The other way that nanotechnology can help preserve food is mostly limited to bread, specifically. When you first buy (or bake bread) it’s loaded with many proteins and fat cells that are sturdy and fight each other for space. Over time, however, the stronger fat cells eventually win out and the bread begins to get stiff and moldy. Nanotechnology can help this by reinforcing the proteins to make them stronger which means that the fat cells take much longer to take over. For you, that means that your bread will stay fresh for as long as you need it to be (relatively, that is; don’t wait years to eat your bread). With these two preservation techniques just from adding nanotechnology to the food, we may even be able to cure world hunger some day.

Stronger Materials
Nanotechnology will be able to reinforce materials to make them not only stronger, but also lighter. There are these really cool structures called nanotubes (or carbon nanotubes) that are just as stiff as diamonds and one hundred times stronger than steel, yet they’re six times lighter than steel. You may be thinking “Yeah, that’s fine and dandy, but what can it be used for?” Carbon nanotubes are great because athletes (such as golf players or tennis ball players) are constantly looking for equipment that is both strong and light. With the help of these carbon nanotubes, those athletes will be able to get exactly what they’re looking for. Another place that these carbon nanotubes will find their home is inside of military armor. As it is right now, we have kevlar to protect soldiers. Kevlar is good because it is really strong and relatively light (compared to those big iron suits that knights wore). With nanotechnology, however, each soldier will be like a walking tank. Their armor will be light enough for them to walk around and even run in without getting extraordinarily tired while providing very strong protection for the soldier at all times. Because it is so light, we could even make armor for soldiers to wear against their entire bodies instead of just their chests like they do today. That means that our soldiers will be kept safe while they perform their brave tasks throughout the world.

How Long Until Nanotechnology Is Available
Now you might be thinking “Wow! Nanotechnology sounds great. How long until we can buy it at the store, though?” That’s a good question. Some forms of nanotechnology are already being put in use by big corporations today. Some stores in the UK are using basic forms of nanotechnology to track items all the way from the distribution center to the retail store and then the tracking is turned off when you purchase the item. This not only deters people from stealing but for those who do decide to steal an item, the company is able to locate the item and get it back while also reporting the person to authorities in order to bring them to justice. While there is some controversy over whether or not the tracking is turned off at the store, as civil liberty groups are making sure of, nanotechnology may allow for us to never have to worry about theft (from stores, anyway) again. Other types of nanotechnology are being manufactured as we speak and the basic framework of it is already complete. All we have to do now is work out the bugs that are involved in technology that is so small. Within the next decade or two, there’s no reason that nanotechnology will not be a common thing seen in our everyday lives.

Hopefully this article has brought you some insight on what nanotechnology is capable of and has served as not only an educational document, but also as an entertaining one as well.

Nanotechnology scares the shit out of me. Sure it has some positive applications, but its potential for abuse is off the charts


Title: Re: Honest question for my fellow Americans
Post by: JOHN MATRIX on September 13, 2013, 09:02:17 AM
x2. Lotsa land, dogs on patrol, ranging stakes already set out. Neighbors on-board (the ones close enough that I care about). Water, heat, sewage and electricity are all off-the-grid capable, store of food laid in, no-infrastructure comms are in and working for other "like-minded" folks. Close to 50K rounds of ammo...

The usual.

That's awesome..


Title: Re: Honest question for my fellow Americans
Post by: The Abdominal Snoman on September 13, 2013, 09:10:53 AM
Nanotechnology scares the shit out of me. Sure it has some positive applications, but its potential for abuse is off the charts

Ya without a doubt it's some wild shit...Imagine creating oxygen in an area and being able to turn it on and off with basically a flick of a switch...Or using it in the food supply programming the nanites to do anything inside the human body. Sounds like science fiction to a lot of people but the shit if for real and from what i've read, extremely cheap to produce in mass amounts once the Infrastructure is in place...


Title: Re: Honest question for my fellow Americans
Post by: Wiggs on September 13, 2013, 09:29:18 AM
x2. Lotsa land, dogs on patrol, ranging stakes already set out. Neighbors on-board (the ones close enough that I care about). Water, heat, sewage and electricity are all off-the-grid capable, store of food laid in, no-infrastructure comms are in and working for other "like-minded" folks. Close to 50K rounds of ammo...

The usual.

 8) 8) 8)


Title: Re: Honest question for my fellow Americans
Post by: _aj_ on September 13, 2013, 10:03:57 AM
That's awesome..

Forgot to mention on site gym with most of the bells and whistles.


Title: Re: Honest question for my fellow Americans
Post by: JOHN MATRIX on September 13, 2013, 11:32:42 AM
Ya without a doubt it's some wild shit...Imagine creating oxygen in an area and being able to turn it on and off with basically a flick of a switch...Or using it in the food supply programming the nanites to do anything inside the human body. Sounds like science fiction to a lot of people but the shit if for real and from what i've read, extremely cheap to produce in mass amounts once the Infrastructure is in place...

Its just gone too far..there's no limit to how many terrible things this can be used for


Title: Re: Honest question for my fellow Americans
Post by: Tito24 on September 13, 2013, 11:35:57 AM
bath salts..


Title: Re: Honest question for my fellow Americans
Post by: JBGRAY on September 13, 2013, 11:46:54 AM
Align myself with the winning side out of self preservation of self and family.

If this means herding Cswol and Wiggs into an internment camp, then so be it.


Title: Re: Honest question for my fellow Americans
Post by: Chacka on September 13, 2013, 11:49:27 AM
 >:(


Title: Re: Honest question for my fellow Americans
Post by: Tito24 on September 13, 2013, 11:57:43 AM
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Title: Re: Honest question for my fellow Americans
Post by: Primemuscle on September 13, 2013, 12:01:50 PM
No trolling.

If there is martial law and forced evacuation to these FEMA camps all around the country, are you going willfully?


Escape?
Fight?
Journey to other countries?
etc?

I don't bother with such things. What is the point?


Title: Re: Honest question for my fellow Americans
Post by: Tito24 on September 13, 2013, 12:02:18 PM
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Title: Re: Honest question for my fellow Americans
Post by: Chacka on September 13, 2013, 12:15:32 PM
I don't bother with such things. What is the point?


true 'Merican right here  :P


Title: Re: Honest question for my fellow Americans
Post by: JOHN MATRIX on September 13, 2013, 12:39:14 PM
Align myself with the winning side out of self preservation of self and family.

If this means herding Cswol and Wiggs into an internment camp, then so be it.

Lmao


Title: Re: Honest question for my fellow Americans
Post by: Jack T. Cross on September 13, 2013, 01:01:52 PM
>:(

I wonder what the bottom part said (that's cut off).


Title: Re: Honest question for my fellow Americans
Post by: Jack T. Cross on September 13, 2013, 01:19:05 PM
The idea among some powerful criminals in this data-world, that we must have an absolute, active, consolidated and comprehensive form of identification, is what concerns me and causes me to believe there is widespread trouble ahead. I cannot see how this could be pushed as anything but a measure of relief against desperate circumstances (causing very real pressure to create desperate circumstances - that's the problem).

If some future scenario existed, where military-type personnel attempted to go person-to-person, I could see it being done for the purpose of biometric databasing, and done as a declared "securing" of the environment.


Title: Re: Honest question for my fellow Americans
Post by: WiseGuy on September 13, 2013, 01:41:26 PM
No trolling.

If there is martial law and forced evacuation to these FEMA camps all around the country, are you going willfully?


Escape?
Fight?
Journey to other countries?
etc?


as a former Marine....it would be time to lock and load and head to DC
 >:(


Title: Re: Honest question for my fellow Americans
Post by: Wiggs on September 13, 2013, 02:06:46 PM
Prepare for a North American Union and the Amero.


Title: Re: Honest question for my fellow Americans
Post by: Jack T. Cross on September 13, 2013, 02:10:27 PM
Bros, it is all done to seize an ever-greater advantage in awareness. It is an information chase on steroids (bb).

The question becomes WHAT manner of wrongdoing will occur in the process.


Title: Re: Honest question for my fellow Americans
Post by: Chacka on September 13, 2013, 02:11:34 PM
I wonder what the bottom part said (that's cut off).

it says:


Title: Re: Honest question for my fellow Americans
Post by: Jack T. Cross on September 13, 2013, 02:13:01 PM
Prepare for a North American Union and the Amero.

 :o...and nobody had better call it a money funnel, even though it looks exactly like that!


Title: Re: Honest question for my fellow Americans
Post by: Jack T. Cross on September 13, 2013, 02:16:20 PM
it says:

Yeah, I was just looking at some stuff about it, after you posted that.


Title: Re: Honest question for my fellow Americans
Post by: Jack T. Cross on September 13, 2013, 02:26:57 PM
Can't help but think of some of these things, such as the "all seeing eye", and wonder how deeply this whole thing is etched into the human story. Something so basic and simple as binary communication, leading to some deadly selfish quest for hyper-awareness.

If you think about it, what other path could humanity possibly travel down?


Title: Re: Honest question for my fellow Americans
Post by: Archer77 on September 13, 2013, 02:58:10 PM
I like these kinds of threads better than the Hebrew stuff, wiggs.  All day I've been thinking about all the various scenarios that would lead to marshal law. It's a fun exercise.


Title: Re: Honest question for my fellow Americans
Post by: thebrink on September 13, 2013, 03:11:47 PM
There isn't enough military to uphold Martial Law...unless the UN gets involved.




We are the most heavily armed country in the world when it comes to the general population. Those sum bitches in Afghanistan have one or two AK-47's that float from hand to hand in various villages, and it poses as a creditable threat to ISAF forces...


...imagine that shit 5x's multiplied over, and you'll have an accurate assessment as to how it will go down state side. Martial Law wouldn't work unless security positions are contracted out, or the US called in some other countries for aid.
(http://www.reaperoutdoors.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/03/THV2.jpg)

Hope you're right.
Don't forget there are also 20 000+ contractors available at the gov'ts disposal


Title: Re: Honest question for my fellow Americans
Post by: thebrink on September 13, 2013, 03:21:57 PM
Your military doesn't need a lot of people. Remember the Boston bombing? 99.9% of people were okay with waiving their rights simply because they were told. So your military (and heavily militarized police) only need to deal with the one in a thousand who will not go like a sheep. The rest, even the big mouths, will almost all go willingly.

QFT!


Title: Re: Honest question for my fellow Americans
Post by: Wiggs on September 13, 2013, 03:24:50 PM
Well I'm that 1:1,000. I'm not going anywhere I don't want to go If I did nothing wrong.


Title: Re: Honest question for my fellow Americans
Post by: Griffith on September 13, 2013, 03:27:31 PM
Hopefully the military take-over.


Title: Re: Honest question for my fellow Americans
Post by: Teutonic Knight on September 13, 2013, 03:27:59 PM
My dear American friends, you a so lucky to have someone of Wiggs "intelectuallity " :D
Don't let Uganda to take him back  :-[


Title: Re: Honest question for my fellow Americans
Post by: thebrink on September 13, 2013, 03:32:08 PM
Yes

Financial collapse
Natural Disaster
Civil unrest.

Any combo of the above.
They know this already, which is why they are preparing/prepared.

Theres a group of ex SF guys from Blackwater/Xe who have been preparing for this since Bush announced NDAA



Title: Re: Honest question for my fellow Americans
Post by: Wiggs on September 13, 2013, 03:35:05 PM
Theres a group of ex SF guys from Blackwater/Xe who have been preparing for this since Bush announced NDAA



People just don't get it. This shit is real and it's gonna happen. When it does it will be too late. The horrors will be unimaginable.


Title: Re: Honest question for my fellow Americans
Post by: Teutonic Knight on September 13, 2013, 03:42:31 PM
People just don't get it. This shit is real and it's gonna happen. When it does it will be too late. The horrors will be unimaginable.

Take it easy Wiggs, why worries  ::) remember regarding to you our planet will end in 2016  ;D


Title: Re: Honest question for my fellow Americans
Post by: Jack T. Cross on September 13, 2013, 03:43:11 PM
Make sure it's all "legal" first, boys. That way you'll have a supply of mindless toolbags to follow orders, while they dare act self-righteous in doing so.


Title: Re: Honest question for my fellow Americans
Post by: Tapeworm on September 13, 2013, 03:55:29 PM
People just don't get it. This shit is real and it's gonna happen. When it does it will be too late. The horrors will be unimaginable.

False.  It's a dramatic fantasy cooked up by paranoid camo wearers who get their jollies mutually reinforcing one another's nonsense while playing boyscout in the forest.

But on the upside it keeps the simpleminded from weighing in on actual issues.  Carry on.


Title: Re: Honest question for my fellow Americans
Post by: thebrink on September 13, 2013, 03:58:20 PM
False.  It's a dramatic fantasy cooked up by paranoid camo wearers who get their jollies mutually reinforcing one another's nonsense while playing boyscout in the forest.

But on the upside it keeps the simpleminded from weighing in on actual issues.  Carry on.

You clearly have no involvement in the law enforcement community with a statement like that!


Title: Re: Honest question for my fellow Americans
Post by: Wiggs on September 13, 2013, 04:00:53 PM
False.  It's a dramatic fantasy cooked up by paranoid camo wearers who get their jollies mutually reinforcing one another's nonsense while playing boyscout in the forest.

But on the upside it keeps the simpleminded from weighing in on actual issues.  Carry on.

You are fucking insane. Wow! A real sheep on getbig. Look at em guys!


Title: Re: Honest question for my fellow Americans
Post by: Jack T. Cross on September 13, 2013, 04:07:55 PM
Tapeworm: What's your opinion on the worldwide theft-spree for information?


Title: Re: Honest question for my fellow Americans
Post by: Tapeworm on September 13, 2013, 04:10:52 PM
You clearly have no involvement in the law enforcement community with a statement like that!

I don't doubt there's talk about how to control an unruly mob, firearm legislation, etc.  It's what they do.  Or even privatization of everything from metermaids to prisons with legislation slanted towards profit.

But Wiggs seems to think the entire populace is going to be forced behind a chainlink fence at gunpoint, however.  A true foilhatter conspiracy theorist, like myself, would argue that we are already behind a political, economic, and [dis]informational fence, making an actual physical fence unnecessary.


Title: Re: Honest question for my fellow Americans
Post by: Tapeworm on September 13, 2013, 04:12:48 PM
You are fucking insane. Wow! A real sheep on getbig. Look at em guys!

Haha, go crawl through a swamp, Wiggs. 


Title: Re: Honest question for my fellow Americans
Post by: Marty Champions on September 13, 2013, 04:14:52 PM
lots of pussy ass n.ggers in this thread that i would demolish for wiggs


Title: Re: Honest question for my fellow Americans
Post by: Tapeworm on September 13, 2013, 04:15:07 PM
Tapeworm: What's your opinion on the worldwide theft-spree for information?

I'm against it!


Title: Re: Honest question for my fellow Americans
Post by: Jack T. Cross on September 13, 2013, 04:22:16 PM
I'm against it!

haha... :)

Can you envision a realistic scenario that involves widespread, sustained civil unrest, to result from the pursuit of information?


Title: Re: Honest question for my fellow Americans
Post by: Wiggs on September 13, 2013, 04:26:47 PM
I don't doubt there's talk about how to control an unruly mob, firearm legislation, etc.  It's what they do.  Or even privatization of everything from metermaids to prisons with legislation slanted towards profit.

But Wiggs seems to think the entire populace is going to be forced behind a chainlink fence at gunpoint, however.  A true foilhatter conspiracy theorist, like myself, would argue that we are already behind a political, economic, and [dis]informational fence, making an actual physical fence unnecessary.


Don't put words in my mouth. I never said that. There's no way they're putting 315 million people behind a chain link fence. That's obvious. What isn't if you're not paying attention is the subtle changes that have happened in this country over the last 30 years to where we are now. There will at some point in the very near future come a point where they are going to use a natural disaster that will bring civil unrest and ultimately the collapse of the economy and they'll have every excuse to do what they planned. Order from Chaos. Chaos they helped create.

LOL @ true foilhatter. You're a hack.


Title: Re: Honest question for my fellow Americans
Post by: Tapeworm on September 13, 2013, 04:58:50 PM

Don't put words in my mouth. I never said that. There's no way they're putting 315 million people behind a chain link fence. That's obvious. What isn't if you're not paying attention is the subtle changes that have happened in this country over the last 30 years to where we are now. There will at some point in the very near future come a point where they are going to use a natural disaster that will bring civil unrest and ultimately the collapse of the economy and they'll have every excuse to do what they planned. Order from Chaos. Chaos they helped create.

LOL @ true foilhatter. You're a hack.

Why?  "They" presumeably enjoy all this control right now under a carefully engineered system.  Why collapse the economy, introduce this famous Chaos and carry out this mysterious 'plan' of yours?  To what end?  Control?  They have that now, no?  So what... more control?

Survivalist guys generally seem to be cut from the same cloth.  Working class, low level of academic attainment, desperately seeking a sense of self-determination and importance (my god, it's like a self portrait in here).  And yet these lowly men have pierced the illusion and know all the secrets, from covert government activities to alien pyramid building to intercontinental agendas of ancient secret societies.  It's hard to ignore the motivations that bring these guys together.

Yes, there are conspiracies.  You don't know what they are.  That's what makes them conspiratorial in nature.


Title: Re: Honest question for my fellow Americans
Post by: Tapeworm on September 13, 2013, 05:03:31 PM
haha... :)

Can you envision a realistic scenario that involves widespread, sustained civil unrest, to result from the pursuit of information?

Not really.  Bullshit seems to be approaching maximum density already and no one much cares.  If there's no food on the shelves you get riots.  I don't see people rioting because they got lied to.


Title: Re: Honest question for my fellow Americans
Post by: Jack T. Cross on September 13, 2013, 05:04:18 PM
Why?  "They" presumeably enjoy all this control right now under a carefully engineered system.  Why collapse the economy, introduce this famous Chaos and carry out this mysterious 'plan' of yours?  To what end?  Control?  They have that now, no?  So what... more control?

Survivalist guys generally seem to be cut from the same cloth.  Working class, low level of academic attainment, desperately seeking a sense of self-determination and importance (my god, it's like a self portrait in here).  And yet these lowly men have pierced the illusion and know all the secrets, from covert government activities to alien pyramid building to intercontinental agendas of ancient secret societies.  It's hard to ignore the motivations that bring these guys together.

Yes, there are conspiracies.  You don't know what they are.  That's what makes them conspiratorial in nature.

So you would in fact say that engineering has been taking place, Tapeworm.


Title: Re: Honest question for my fellow Americans
Post by: Jack T. Cross on September 13, 2013, 05:05:53 PM
...and some level of control has been obtained from it.


Title: Re: Honest question for my fellow Americans
Post by: thebrink on September 13, 2013, 05:12:27 PM
I don't doubt there's talk about how to control an unruly mob, firearm legislation, etc.  It's what they do.  Or even privatization of everything from metermaids to prisons with legislation slanted towards profit.

But Wiggs seems to think the entire populace is going to be forced behind a chainlink fence at gunpoint, however.  A true foilhatter conspiracy theorist, like myself, would argue that we are already behind a political, economic, and [dis]informational fence, making an actual physical fence unnecessary.

Fair enough. Wiggs thinks it's going to be an extremely dramatic and abrupt process when really its a subtle and enticing trap that people have already fallen victim to whether they'd like to admit it or not.


Title: Re: Honest question for my fellow Americans
Post by: Tapeworm on September 13, 2013, 05:14:06 PM
So you would in fact say that engineering has been taking place, Tapeworm.

I'd say that controlling interests have done their best to structure things in such a way as to maintain their position since forever.  I don't see it as a recent development, although technology has opened up exciting new avenues in the field of manure spreading.

There's also a lot more discussion going on than was possible before, which is generally a good thing even though you get the occasional grub eating paranoid yapping about government troops kicking in your door.


Title: Re: Honest question for my fellow Americans
Post by: Tapeworm on September 13, 2013, 05:22:13 PM
Fair enough. Wiggs thinks it's going to be an extremely dramatic and abrupt process when really its a subtle and enticing trap that people have already fallen victim to whether they'd like to admit it or not.

I think Mr Wiggins is having some fun with us.  At this point in his theories there's an invisible alien spacecraft hovering over Washington DC impregnating black women with non Hebrew DNA in an effort to dilute the good ancient alien bloodline and control the destiny of the planet.


Title: Re: Honest question for my fellow Americans
Post by: Jack T. Cross on September 13, 2013, 05:23:24 PM
I'd say that controlling interests have done their best to structure things in such a way as to maintain their position since forever.  I don't see it as a recent development, although technology has opened up exciting new avenues in the field of manure spreading.

There's also a lot more discussion going on than was possible before, which is generally a good thing even though you get the occasional grub eating paranoid yapping about government troops kicking in your door.

Would you also say that technology has presented a barrier against the predictable goals of this engineering, with the barrier being our rightful expectation for privacy?


Title: Re: Honest question for my fellow Americans
Post by: Irongrip400 on September 13, 2013, 05:23:41 PM
Seriously? This is why I am saving for buying property abroad. I see there being a probability of it happening, so instead of a bugout bag, I'll just move. Much like the Jews who fled Germany and left all of their shit behind, and so will I. I hope this never comes to pass, as I like it here, make way more than I would as a refugee, and would prefer my property abroad would be a vacation home as opposed to a flop house, but hey, you can never be too safe.  


Title: Re: Honest question for my fellow Americans
Post by: Tapeworm on September 13, 2013, 05:31:32 PM
Would you also say that technology has presented a barrier against the predictable goals of this engineering, namely our rightful expectation for privacy?

Is if it's used that way.  Tech is fine.  It's unjust use I could do without but I don't see the progress of tech as the problem.



Title: Re: Honest question for my fellow Americans
Post by: thebrink on September 13, 2013, 05:34:31 PM
I think Mr Wiggins is having some fun with us.  At this point in his theories there's an invisible alien spacecraft hovering over Washington DC impregnating black women with non Hebrew DNA in an effort to dilute the good ancient alien bloodline and control the destiny of the planet.

 :D :D ;D


Title: Re: Honest question for my fellow Americans
Post by: Jack T. Cross on September 13, 2013, 05:39:46 PM
Is if it's used that way.  Tech is fine.  It's unjust use I could do without but I don't see the progress of tech as the problem.



How do you mean? Maybe I'm missing where you're coming from.


Title: Re: Honest question for my fellow Americans
Post by: Tapeworm on September 13, 2013, 05:40:46 PM
:D :D ;D

I know it's shocking.  But what if it were actually true.  Can you imagine?!  The destiny of the planet determined by black people.




Title: Re: Honest question for my fellow Americans
Post by: Tapeworm on September 13, 2013, 05:48:59 PM
How do you mean? Maybe I'm missing where you're coming from.

I mean I don't have anything against technology, just its misuse, although my TV doesn't work ever since they switched the signal to digital and I have a dumb phone.  Some guy in a gilli suit popped out of the bushes the other day and congratulated me for being off the grid, so it's probably time for a trip to the mall.


Title: Re: Honest question for my fellow Americans
Post by: Jack T. Cross on September 13, 2013, 05:50:57 PM
I mean I don't have anything against technology, just its misuse, although my TV doesn't work ever since they switched the signal to digital and I have a dumb phone.  Some guy in a gilli suit popped out of the bushes the other day and congratulated me for being off the grid, so it's probably time for a trip to the mall.

Obviously, this particular technology is only as harmful as the people that seize opportunity to misuse it. Didn't realize there was any doubt about that.


Title: Re: Honest question for my fellow Americans
Post by: thebrink on September 13, 2013, 06:03:48 PM
I know it's shocking.  But what if it were actually true.  Can you imagine?!  The destiny of the planet determined by black people.




it'd just mean a quicker ending , and deservingly for not trying to stop such a travesty


Title: Re: Honest question for my fellow Americans
Post by: Griffith on September 14, 2013, 06:04:14 AM
Bunch of pussies around here who can't handle the discipline and order of military rule   ::)



Title: Re: Honest question for my fellow Americans
Post by: Jack T. Cross on September 14, 2013, 08:22:29 AM
Not really.  Bullshit seems to be approaching maximum density already and no one much cares.  If there's no food on the shelves you get riots.  I don't see people rioting because they got lied to.

You're talking about potential reaction to events, and not the actions of people that you, yourself, would refer to as engineers.


Title: Re: Honest question for my fellow Americans
Post by: The Abdominal Snoman on September 14, 2013, 09:40:34 AM
set off some chemical weapons in heavily populated areas and people will flock to a gated community(safe zone-FEMA camp) once in there for extended period of time, the Hierarchy can gather info and experiment. 


Title: Re: Honest question for my fellow Americans
Post by: The Abdominal Snoman on September 14, 2013, 09:46:14 AM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bCDJ3vxMHdo


Title: Re: Honest question for my fellow Americans
Post by: Jack T. Cross on September 14, 2013, 10:35:32 AM
If I were going to allow myself to become concerned about some potential disruption in civility that didn't involve instigated war, etc., I would look most carefully at a loss of electrical power and communication. The resulting breakdown in distribution channels would be the surest way to force individuals to compete against one another, lessening the chance of group-formation, while increasing the chance of individual compliance.

An announcement of some tragic and divisive news, for instance, followed shortly after by a prolonged failure in communication and power, could cause the effective destruction of every city within a week. Such crime would absolutely give rise to "justification" for a dramatic step-up in data gathering.

The object seems to be the gaining of undue advantage through awareness. So directly attaching information to individuals is a road that will be crossed, one way or another.


Title: Re: Honest question for my fellow Americans
Post by: thebrink on September 14, 2013, 07:44:47 PM
set off some chemical weapons in heavily populated areas and people will flock to a gated community(safe zone-FEMA camp) once in there for extended period of time, the Hierarchy can gather info and experiment. 

caused by chemical weapons used on US soil by "terrorists" of course


Title: Re: Honest question for my fellow Americans
Post by: JOHN MATRIX on September 16, 2013, 07:42:52 AM
If I were going to allow myself to become concerned about some potential disruption in civility that didn't involve instigated war, etc., I would look most carefully at a loss of electrical power and communication. The resulting breakdown in distribution channels would be the surest way to force individuals to compete against one another, lessening the chance of group-formation, while increasing the chance of individual compliance.

An announcement of some tragic and divisive news, for instance, followed shortly after by a prolonged failure in communication and power, could cause the effective destruction of every city within a week. Such crime would absolutely give rise to "justification" for a dramatic step-up in data gathering.

The object seems to be the gaining of undue advantage through awareness. So directly attaxching information to individuals is a road that will be crossed, one way or another.

Some good points here


Title: Re: Honest question for my fellow Americans
Post by: Pray_4_War on September 16, 2013, 11:16:34 PM
I can't discuss my intentions.  It might compromise the mission.   :D

I will say this...  "it's better to die like a tiger than to live like a pussy". - Master Wong


Title: Re: Honest question for my fellow Americans
Post by: Jack T. Cross on September 17, 2013, 09:53:36 AM
Some good points here

Yes, bro...I would argue that any maneuver taken, is done with the purpose of seizing ever-greater advantage through awareness.


Title: Re: Honest question for my fellow Americans
Post by: Teutonic Knight on September 18, 2013, 03:14:22 PM
No trolling.

If there is martial law and forced evacuation to these FEMA camps all around the country, are you going willfully?


Escape?
Fight?
Journey to other countries?
etc?

So, no more Alien invasion  ;D  & greys takeover  ::)