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Thursday, April 2, 2015

Tolls = Chokepoints & Checkpoints

Connect the dots, folks.

Here's the link.

Kerodin
III

7 comments:

  1. You don't have to be a genius to see where this is going. Not only will you have to pay a toll but what better way to monitor peoples movement. Papers please!

    http://www.shtfplan.com/headline-news/gearing-up-dhs-purchases-bullet-resistant-checkpoint-booths-amid-large-scale-ammo-buildup_04052012

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    1. Bingo - dots connected. Good memory. ;)

      I hope everyone out there is connecting the same dots.

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  2. And don't count on your GPS to assist you in navigating the alternate routes to your rallypoint and retreat, either. The GPS satellites (and .MIL terminals) already have the capability of shifting to an alternate coding algorithm built in, which will render all of our consumer-grade devices worthless.
    Never forget - What FED.GOV giveth; they can also take away, at a moments notice.

    Establish and reconnoiter your bugout routes, your drive to and from the office, and any other essential routes to your tribe's operations, now. Paper maps are essential, but they are not sufficient in themselves. You need to drive that asphalt, study it and identify the good ambush points, LEO "checkpoints", and point of opportunity for carjacking.
    Also identify the places which best facilitate your security, to pull off and take care of bio-breaks, refuel activities, driver-swaps, etc.

    If you are not out doing this work right now (or maintaining the currency of your previous reconnoitering), then you are simply preparing to be pinned down for a quick and easy surrender on Day-1.

    WE HAVE BEEN WARNED

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  3. I see the problem but I do see tolls as a more legitimate way to pay for roads instead of just taxing everyone. The good thing about tolls would be if they were all privatized. It is an option they bring. I have just always been a fan of tolls because I support privazing basically everything.

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    1. I so disagree with the points you make NCO. The difference between tolls and taxes is like asking, would you prefer to get kicked in the teeth or the nuts? They both hurt like hell!

      The Feds will not allow the loss of this revenue generator by allowing the privatization of such an asset. Look around, the Feds are extending their control in every direction which is the complete opposite of privatization.

      Initially, this will be to raise revenue but the end game is to condition us to accept being stopped. It is all about CONTROL.

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  4. Here's an additional dot to connect from Wirecutter:

    http://www.washingtonpost.com/world/national-security/dhs-renews-quest-for-access-to-national-license-plate-tracking-system/2015/04/02/4d79385a-d8a1-11e4-8103-fa84725dbf9d_story.html

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  5. And yet another via the Rightful Liberty Report:

    "As first reported by Forbes, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) dropped a bomb in its October Fiscal Monitor Report. The report paints a dire picture for high-debt nations that fail to aggressively “mobilize domestic revenue,” which is code for “aggressively tax its citizens.” It goes on to build a case for drastic measures and recommends a series of escalating income and consumption tax increases – culminating in the direct confiscation of assets."

    http://www.globalresearch.ca/the-imf-proposes-global-wealth-confiscation-the-appropriation-of-household-savings/5440347

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