Action Alert: ICE wants 165 Million rounds of ammunition; sign a petition to stop the fear

James Smith, Contributor
Activist Post

The madness continues.

The Department of Homeland Security, through the Immigration and Customs Enforcement, has requested another 33 million rounds of .223 caliber 62 grain ammunition in the base year, and for 4 subsequent years, with a limit of 165,000,000 rounds. Click on the below images to enlarge screenshots of the documents.

The base year, 2012, allotment of 33 million rounds will be due sixty days after the contract is awarded.

All the ammunition that has been contracted for purchase by the US Government in this month alone is staggering.

See the following stories:
Government Awards Ammunition But Hides How Much It Spent And The Quantity Requested
Why The Gov’t Purchase Of Ammunition Should Scare The Hell Out Of You
NOAA Requests Ammunition For The Weather Service
DHS hunger for more ammunition is a sign of fear and weakness
DHS requests plastic explosives and then hides request

The Prepper Podcast Radio Network has started a petition directing dialogue between the President and the American People about this matter.

Please take a moment to sign it. You can find the petition at: http://www.ipetitions.com/petition/stop-the-fear/

You can support this activism by voting on Reddit HERE

This article first appeared at Prepper Podcast Radio Network.

Read other articles by James Smith HERE.

James is a father of four and grandfather to four. He and his wife of almost 30 years have been prepping since 2003. They live in a small town, with neighbors as close as 10 feet away and have raised chickens for 2 years covertly on less than 1/5 of an acre. He is a former corrections officer, insurance fraud investigator, and he served in the Navy for 6 years. He currently works for a corporation dealing with the disabled population and their benefits. He is the host of The Covert Prepper show and the Prepper Podcast Radio Network News, both heard on Blogtalk Radio.

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