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October 29, 2013, 06:04:17 AM
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-9iHYec8eFg

https://www.shtfplan.com/emergency-preparedness/mainstream-reports-dhs-battens-down-the-hatches-this-could-be-all-hell-breaks-loose-day_10282013

November 1st could be a very, very iffy day.

This could be ‘all hell breaks lose’ day.

The Department of Homeland Security is spending $80 million on a wrath of armed guards to protect the IRS and other government buildings in New York, not from terrorist threats mind you, but from American citizens because on November 1st the food stamp program is set to start decreasing the amount that is allocated to food stamp recipients… and they’re worried that violence will ensue.

I guess they’re preparing for the worst…



If we do not radically change our economy and revamp so that those nearly 50 million people have an opportunity to be liberated from food stamps to get $75, versus $70, versus $65. What these people need is economic opportunity and a good job so they can put food on their own table.

You know, the slaves had food stamps too. It was called scraps from mazza’s table… we have a crisis within our country right now when you have 50 million people, nearly the entire West Coast, on food stamps.
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October 29, 2013, 09:28:34 AM
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And so it begins... Embarrassed
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October 29, 2013, 02:38:18 PM
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The Department of Homeland Security is spending $80 million on a wrath of armed guards to protect the IRS and other government buildings in New York, not from terrorist threats mind you, but from American citizens and non-citizens because on November 1st the food stamp program is set to start decreasing the amount that is allocated to food stamp recipients… and they’re worried that violence will ensue.

I guess they’re preparing for the worst…

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October 29, 2013, 04:09:53 PM
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The state giveth, and the state taketh away.  Praise Obama!

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October 29, 2013, 05:39:30 PM
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Just another link for people allergic to anything foxnews related:

http://www.salon.com/2013/10/28/riots_always_begin_typically_the_same_way_food_stamp_shutdown_looms_friday/

Food stamp recipients face a massive benefit cut set to kick in when stimulus funds expire Friday. The nationwide cut “is equivalent to about 16 meals a month for a family of three,” according to a Center on Budget and Policy Priorities analysis using the USDA’s “Thrifty Food Plan.” CBPP called the roughly $5 billion annual cut to the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program “unprecedented” in “depth and breadth.”

“If you look across the world, riots always begin typically the same way: when people cannot afford to eat food,” Margarette Purvis, the president and CEO of the Food Bank for New York City, told Salon Monday. Purvis said that the looming cut would mean about 76 million meals “that will no longer be on the plates of the poorest families” in NYC alone – a figure that outstrips the total number of meals distributed each year by the Food Bank for New York City, the largest food bank in the country. “There will be an immediate impact,” she said.

“The fact that they’re going to lose what’s basically an entire week’s worth food” each month, said Purvis, “it’s pretty daunting.” She told Salon that while policymakers “are attempting to punish people for being poor,” and “people are comforted by believing that they know that a person has to have done something wrong in order to be poor,” in reality, “I can tell you that more and more folks have more than one job and are still needing help.” (As I reported last week, audio recorded by a McDonald’s worker-activist showed a counselor on an employee hotline encouraging her to sign up for food stamps because it “takes a lot of the pressure off how much money you spend on groceries.”) Purvis added that cutting food stamps was “not even good business sense,” because each dollar of food stamps infuses over $1.70 of spending into the economy.

“We were all told that these cuts for November 1 would not happen,” said Purvis. When “they decided they were going to take from some of the increases to food stamps” to fund First Lady Michelle Obama’s “Let’s Move” program, she told Salon, “We were told, you know, by the president…these cuts will not happen, we won’t get rid of the program. Well guess what? November 1 is around the corner, and no one has restored that money.”

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My conspiracy theory tin foil hat tells me (yes it talks to me) the Democrats are facing a shellacking in the upcoming election thanks to obamacare. If I were a not so good president I would cut off the food stamps just before the election, making enough people miserable, have my MSM minions blast their suffering on TV non stop 24/7 and blame the Republicans for it. I would point out to the government shutdown, telling "my people" how horrible it is to take the food out of the babies mouth for political reasons. I would ask "my people" if the solution is more suffering by electing more Republicans in.

Once I regain total power in both chambers, I would drop Benghazi, drop the IRS scandal, drop any investigation into the NSA surveillance, reinforce my people "free will" with even more massive free stuff so to never ever vote anything but a Democrat forever.  My face would be on Mt. Rushmore and historians will slowly replace MLK Jr's message with my "people message".

Of course my tin foil hat has always been wrong and has no imagination. I am not a not so good president. I have a Nobel peace prize that proves it.
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October 29, 2013, 05:57:46 PM
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Just another link for people allergic to anything foxnews related:

http://www.salon.com/2013/10/28/riots_always_begin_typically_the_same_way_food_stamp_shutdown_looms_friday/


.....If I were a not so good president I would cut off the food stamps just before the election, making enough people miserable, have my MSM minions blast their suffering on TV non stop 24/7 and blame the Republicans for it. .....

FoxNews would be reporting Al Sharpton was ordered start riots.  That'd interfere with the 'righteous and indignant protests' on the MSM.






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October 29, 2013, 06:11:20 PM
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And so it begins... Embarrassed

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-yG3w1sesQ8


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October 29, 2013, 06:39:24 PM
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You have to see the positive side, it's not a benefit cut, it's a fighting obesity program.

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October 29, 2013, 07:32:37 PM
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The 'eat the rich' message tends to resonate with poor folks when times get hard.  To them, 'middle class' qualifies as 'rich'.

Poor folk are not a big political threat nor are they hard to control.  A few taps on the keyboard these days thanks to the plastic card they all carry.

What poor folks are are a wonderful method of putting pressure on the middle class who do have some clout.  A few riots and some well constructed perception management on CNN and the middle class can be jello in the governments hands.  They'll be delighted to hand over their 401k's and anything else they have just to keep the hoards at bay.


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October 29, 2013, 07:33:11 PM
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Just another link for people allergic to anything foxnews related:

http://www.salon.com/2013/10/28/riots_always_begin_typically_the_same_way_food_stamp_shutdown_looms_friday/


.....If I were a not so good president I would cut off the food stamps just before the election, making enough people miserable, have my MSM minions blast their suffering on TV non stop 24/7 and blame the Republicans for it. .....

FoxNews would be reporting Al Sharpton was ordered start riots.  That'd interfere with the 'righteous and indignant protests' on the MSM.









Everyone knows foxnews is racist. Tawana Brawley told me.
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October 29, 2013, 07:34:29 PM
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That was a general rehearsal.
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October 29, 2013, 11:00:09 PM
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Food Stamp Riots in the United States. This is new for me as a person who does not live in the US.

What is all the wealth for then if not for the benefit of the common man?

One cannot be the most powerful nation in the world with thousands of people on food stamps, can one be?

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October 29, 2013, 11:22:56 PM
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Food Stamp Riots in the United States. This is new for me as a person who does not live in the US.

What is all the wealth for then if not for the benefit of the common man?

One cannot be the most powerful nation in the world with thousands of people on food stamps, can one be?

Wealth is for the benefit of those who produce it.

The common man works for a living and has enough self-esteem to eschew mooching off the labor of other people.

Merely having a stomach is not a claim to food, which is produced via the rational effort of farmers, any more than having a penis is a valid claim to access a vagina.

Consent is the key.  Have you heard of consent in Cuba or whatever crappy Marxist backwater you spawned?

You obviously know very little about history.  So much for your 'right to an education!'   Grin

The Roman Republic/Empire had a policy of 'bread and circuses' aimed as appeasing the masses with cheap/subsidized/free food.

Do you even know that the Rome was the most powerful nation in the world for many centuries?

Obviously the US is the most powerful nation in the world, despite having millions on food stamps.

What stupid questions; only a leeching parasitic socialist nitwit could labor under delusion sufficient to even think they were somehow pointed, telling, or vaguely intelligent.


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October 29, 2013, 11:40:42 PM
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Consent is the key.  Have you heard of consent in Cuba or whatever crappy Marxist backwater you spawned?
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Is that the country that exports doctors all over the S. American continent resulting in average citizens having some modicum of health care?  And trades that commodity for oil and other necessities so that they can work around the embargo instituted by the world's last super-power/neighbor?

Funny enough, it seems like a lot of countries that the U.S. neglects to 'help' (often through organs like the IMF) end up seemingly to be better off for it.  At least it seems that way to me.  In the case of Cuba 'neglecting to help' is a significant understatement.  And even more interestingly, the countries that received the most 'assistance' from the U.S. over the years happen to be the one's who are in the most need of imported doctors.


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October 30, 2013, 12:00:13 AM
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Just another link for people allergic to anything foxnews related:

http://www.salon.com/2013/10/28/riots_always_begin_typically_the_same_way_food_stamp_shutdown_looms_friday/


.....If I were a not so good president I would cut off the food stamps just before the election, making enough people miserable, have my MSM minions blast their suffering on TV non stop 24/7 and blame the Republicans for it. .....

FoxNews would be reporting Al Sharpton was ordered start riots.  That'd interfere with the 'righteous and indignant protests' on the MSM.









Everyone knows foxnews is racist. Tawana Brawley told me.

How could she have?  Us racists took care of her real good.  Wait...what's that?  We didn't?  That good shit was all made up by that cunt Sharpton?  Damnatiaon!
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October 30, 2013, 04:43:04 AM
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Consent is the key.  Have you heard of consent in Cuba or whatever crappy Marxist backwater you spawned?
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Is that the country that exports doctors all over the S. American continent resulting in average citizens having some modicum of health care?  And trades that commodity for oil and other necessities so that they can work around the embargo instituted by the world's last super-power/neighbor?

Funny enough, it seems like a lot of countries that the U.S. neglects to 'help' (often through organs like the IMF) end up seemingly to be better off for it.  At least it seems that way to me.  In the case of Cuba 'neglecting to help' is a significant understatement.  And even more interestingly, the countries that received the most 'assistance' from the U.S. over the years happen to be the one's who are in the most need of imported doctors.

Free people != people getting free shit

Even in Cuba, health care isn't really free, the cost is merely hidden behind subsidies.

Medical care is only produced by the rational effort of doctors, etc.

Need is not a warrant for claiming the product of others, even when backed by state violence.

Chile is much better off without Allende, thanks to the US and our Monroe Doctrine.   They have MSAs.

Viva Pinochet! 

He knew how to deal with commie scum properly.  You 'disappear' them until they STFU and stop demanding free shit for their violent gang of moochers.   Wink


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