PostHeaderIcon The Road To Martial Law

In a number of recent articles, I have repeated my prediction that the Obamanation intends to declare martial law in the United States. What I don’t know is when or under what pretext.

1) Many of the preparations are obvious:

→ Over 1.6 billion rounds of ammunition stockpiled by the Department of Homeland Security with more on order. Some speculate that all this ammunition buying is merely to keep the ammunition off the shelves of firearms dealers but I suspect otherwise.

→ The purchase of 2,700 Mine Resistant Armor Protected Vehicles (MRAP) by the Department of Homeland Security. Are we to suppose that these are intended to protect FEMA personnel during hurricanes? Hardly.

→ The myriad emerging plans to control and/or confiscate firearms in civilian ownership.

→ The growing number of drone aircraft in use within our borders.

→ The growing and pervasive invasions of personal privacy – GPS tracking, telephone monitoring, cameras everywhere, email monitoring, etc.

→ The Obamanation granting himself the authority to order the execution of United States citizens, of his own choice, without even a hint of due process.

2) The unknowns are:

What remaining preparations does the regime think necessary?

→ Do they need/want an excuse or pretext of some sort? Such as provoking a violent reaction to gun control attempts? Or will they merely do the deed and to hell with what anyone thinks?

→ Do they need/want some percentage of civilian disarmament first?

→ Do they feel it necessary to further neuter the legislative branch?

→ Do they feel it necessary to further compromise local law enforcement organizations? Particularly county sheriff’s departments?

→ Is there to be linkage and/or coordination with other world events (i.e., paving the way toward a one-world dictatorship)?

3) What is their time-line?

→ Common sense suggests that it must be done before the next scheduled presidential inauguration – assuming the regime is not able to somehow nullify the 22nd amendment before the next election (which would allow the continuation of the current “soft” dictatorship – a much “safer/cleaner” prospect for the regime).

4) It is my analysis that the situation is nearing “critical mass”. I sincerely request that any and all who read this offer comments that either:
a) convince me that I have an overactive imagination, or,
b) suggest ways to improve/complete my analysis.

Thank you. And, thanks again Rand Paul for restoring a glimmer of hope for our nation!

Troy L Robinson

8 Responses to “The Road To Martial Law”

  • daedalus says:

    Caesar crossed the Rubicon.
    What is O’Bamas Rubicon?
    We cannot continue to rely only on our military in order to achieve the national security objectives that we’ve set.
    We’ve got to have a civilian national security force that’s just as powerful, just as strong, just as well-funded.

    Now I agree with the progressives that these remarks are taken totally out of context to the speech in which they were embedded. The fact is they don’t belong in the context at all, it is as if someone just wrote the lines without viewing the context.
    O’Bamas Rubicon will be the establishment of that national security force. Looks like steps are already being made in that direction.

    • Well said, and he is definitely in the process of building it. I agree that it came out of the blue. I always thought it was a trial balloon, thrown out just to see what the reaction might be. It is starting to get a mite warm in this kettle of frogs… â—„Daveâ–º

  • Chris says:

    At this point in time I don’t think he could pull it off. I don’t think even in four years. Unless of course the military lends him a hand. 2700 armored vehicles could control a couple big cities. Good for them. They asked for it. They voted for him and don’t have any guns. It’s a big country. Far bigger than he can wrap his head around. You don’t learn how to live in the back woods at Harvard or on the streets of Chicago. They don’t have enough to enforce the laws they already made much less ones that nobody would willingly obey.

    • I tend to agree, Chris. Did you see “Nine Meals Away From Anarchy?” It is very thought provoking. In Part II, he crunches some numbers based on the forces required to quell some of our past riots, and they simply do not have the resources. â—„Daveâ–º

      • Chris says:

        Spending the last 25 years in the food distribution industry I suggest that the supply structure is even more fragile than he even suggests. Here in the north east we’re used to the threat of heavy snowstorms. When that threat happens we go into what amounts to “emergency mode”. Right now not because of a threat of social breakdown, but the opportunity for profit. We know the store shelves will empty within the matter of two days. The push to replenish starts even before the shelves empty. Can’t sell it if it’s not there. Without the adjustment the shelves would remain empty or diminished for a week or more. If normal distribution were hampered by 20% for any length of time the shelves would never refill.

        Yes there’s no doubt in my mind that the reasonable amount of social order we enjoy is only dependent on the majority of societies willingness to keep it that way. When that willingness diminishes there’s little that can be done to restore order.

        • Good observation, and a profound conclusion, Chris. â—„Daveâ–º

        • Troy says:

          I suggest that the supply structure is even more fragile than he even suggests.

          Excellent observation. The truth is that “they” (whoever that is – presumably the Obamanationists) don’t have to control everyone at the point of a gun (or cannon). All they need do is disrupt critical infrastructure and the sheeple will beg for dictatorship just to get things moving again.


        • Chris says:

          That’s where the major metro areas are at the highest risk. Ponder this for a minute. At the risk of giving anyone ideas (but anybody who hasn’t thought of it isn’t thinking) the 9/11 terrorists were stupid. They chose symbolic targets instead of effective ones. Instead of the twin towers think about the George Washington and Brooklyn bridges. 9/11 was horrific and a loss of 3000 lives. It could have been worse. Millions stuck and hungry. NYC is a recipe for disaster and anyone that lives there is crazy.

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