LETTER TO THE EDITOR




The need for a new way of thinking of how our public officials work for us is necessary.
The Sheeple have been programed to believe that there is no way we can address or correct
the abuses of office and power the government agents, a.k.a. Public Servant, who continues to deny our requests for reasonable service.



There are ways that this problem can and has been corrected in 9 different states and a hundred plus communities in our Nation.
We THE People of Michigan need to investigate and take peaceful reasonable action in conjunction with these other communities.



If this is of interest to you, then it would be good to have as many people in the community to assemble and discuss the
possibilities at having an effect on these outrageous actions that offend and alienate us/We THE People of Michigan.



For more information, call 1-989-450-5522, between 2: PM to 7: PM Monday thruThursday.



Johnny Angel, Grayling Mich.


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Wednesday, August 8, 2012

DHS Orders Over a Half Ton of High Explosives

DHS Orders Over a Half Ton of High Explosives

By James Smith
PPRNews.PrepperPodcast.com
August 8, 2012
A solicitation placed today at the Government marketplace shows that the Department of Homeland Security, via the Transportation Safety Administration has requested 700 pounds of High Density Ammonium Nitrate and 700 pounds of A-5 Flake RDX, with a deliver date by 31 August 2012. That is less than 4 days before the start of the Democrat National Convention.
Why would the DHS/TSA order such material? From their Statement of Work:
Name of Requisitioning Office:  National Canine Program (NCP)/ Canine Explosives Section (CES)
SECTION II: Purpose
Scope of the Product, Service, or Outcome:
The CES requires the 700 pounds of High Density Ammonium Nitrate and 700 pounds of A-5 Flake RDX to  provide Canine Explosive Training Aids  (CETAs) to NCP participants. The supplier must be able to meet the exact requirements by August 31st, 2012.  Substituions for this product are not acceptable

SECTION III: Background
The CES is required to provide NCP participants with CETAs. The CES has selected to use High Density Ammonium Nitrate and A-5 Flake RDX as it will provide NCP participants with a more realistic training aid and compliment the current aids provided.
This all comes on the heels of a solicitation for sheet style high powered plastic explosives that we reported on earlier in the week.
The problem is very clear. As stated in the ATF Law Enforcement Guide to Explosives Incident Reporting document:
In order to detonate ammonium nitrate, the use of a booster is required. Commercially, Pentolite and RDX are used as a booster, while the military will often use TNT as the booster.
Instead of using a poor quality analog (aka hamburger) for Ammonium Nitrate to train dogs, they are requesting High Density, or the Kobe Beef of Ammonium Nitrate (AN). And in order to detonate the AN, RDX is used. The Department of Homeland Security is requesting BOTH components of a binary explosive compound to be delivered to a government facility in downtown Atlantic City, New Jersey.
To put the amount of explosives into perspective, Timothy McVeigh used 5,000 pounds of AN and motor racing fuel. RDX has a much greater explosive capacity than racing fuel, and McVeigh was a party to mass murder and destruction that would be on par with these materials being detonated.
If a dog needed only 1 ounce of each material in order to be trained and tested, there is enough material for 11,200 dogs at the same time.
This article originally appeared at: pprnnews.prepperpodcast.com

3 comments:

  1. McVeigh didn't kill anyone!!!!!The same people that did OK.city are ordering this stuff.

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  2. snif, snif.....do you smell a false flag?

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  3. y can order all the explosives they want. It ain't gonna change a thing because all these thugs and criminals will soon be history.

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