Katrina was practice for gun confiscation

Did you know that when hurricane Katrina ravaged New Orleans, the U.S. government ravaged its citizens?

In August of 2005, Katrina, a category 5 hurricane did its best to destroy the city of New Orleans and surrounding communities. Large areas of the town were flooded and the National Guard was called in to help stop the looting and to rescue people. The order was given to tell everyone in the city to leave. Heavily armed Police and National Guards troops went door-to-door, block-by-block to evacuate the city.

I’m not sure if the order was given by the Democratic governor at the time, Kathleen Babineaux Blanco, the Democratic mayor at the time, C. Ray Nagin, or the superintendent of police, Eddie Compass, but the order given to confiscate all weapons in all homes. You can see Compass giving that order on the video below.

Police and troops not only went to the flooded areas of the town and confiscated guns, but they also went to the high and dry wealthy parts of town and confiscated all of their weapons as well. It left them without any means of self-protection at a time when rioting and looting had taken place a couple days earlier.

You can get a sense of what things will be like when the order is given to confiscate our guns. Them young men aren’t going to like killing us. But they’re good soldiers and will follow orders.

And if that isn’t enough to wake you up, have a think about this!

While the U.S. government is desperately attempting to disarm the American population by rolling out Adolf Hitler-style gun control, it is simultaneously arming itself to the teeth, buying up 1.6 billion rounds of ammunition and now stockpiling it at ammo depot stations around the country.

In addition to purchasing 450 million rounds of hollow point .40 caliber ammo, the U.S. government has also purchased:

• Over one million rounds of hollow-point .223 rifle ammo
• Over half a million rounds of non-hollow-point .223 rifle ammo
• 220,000 rounds of 12 gauge shotgun #7 ammo (target ammo)
• Over 200,000 rounds of 12 gauge shotgun #00 buckshot ammo (tactical anti-personnel ammo)
• 66,000 rounds of 12 gauge shotgun slugs (tactical anti-personnel, anti-vehicle rounds)
• Over two million rounds of hollow-point .357 Sig JPH (hollow-point) pistol ammo (anti-personnel)
• Over four million rounds of .40 S&W JPH (hollow-point) pistol ammo (anti-personnel)
• Over 60,000 rounds of .308 match grade anti-personnel sniper rounds (BTHP)
• Plus, hundreds of thousands of additional rounds of .38 special, .45 auto, 9mm, 7.62×39 (AK rifle) ammo, and others.

This isn’t ammo to be used in a foreign theater of war, by the way, it’s ammo that can only be used domestically, against the American people. (The hollow point ammo violates international war treaties and so cannot be used in international war actions.)

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Above cartoon courtesy of CounterThink.

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