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The Globalists take control of America via the ATF? Here’s the proof

Written by The Informed Aussie
Published on Thursday, December 8th, 2011
Globalist Report

Once again, Paul Joseph Watson from Prison Planet has given us more evidence about the plot in the U.S. to demonize and remove the second amendment.
 
So what does this mean for the rest of us not located in the U.S?
 
Well, to be honest, as the U.S. set’s most of the moral standards our governments follow (especially post WW2), there is a huge possibility that Other Governments will do the same. In fact, here in Australia, the federal and state governments have already started to demonize people who speak out against other rights we all take for granted. During the Occupy protests, the media coverage (especially from state run TV), was 100% negative towards the protesters. Although these protests had nothing to do with the Second amendment, it does prove the point that the Government wants to control your thoughts, ambitions and will to ensure you comply like the good little puppies they want you to be.
 
Regards,
Andrew @ The Globalist Report
 
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Source: Prisonplanet.com
Author: Paul Joseph Watson
December 7 2011

As we postulated when the scandal broke, the Fast and Furious program that saw the ATF deliver guns into the hands of Mexican drug gangs was admittedly exploited to demonize the second amendment and push new gun control regulations.

“Documents obtained by CBS Newsshow that the Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) discussed using their covert operation “Fast and Furious” to argue for controversial new rules about gun sales.”

Emails obtained by the network show ATF agents discussing how they could tie guns involved in Mexican violence to gun dealers based in the U.S. to justify the implementation of Demand Letter 3, a regulation that would require U.S. gun stores to report the sale of multiple rifles.

One of the emails states, “Bill – can you see if these guns were all purchased from the same (licensed gun dealer) and at one time. We are looking at anecdotal cases to support a demand letter on long gun multiple sales. Thanks.”

The emails show ATF members congratulating each other for blaming border violence on guns bought from U.S. dealers despite the fact that the feds were the ones delivering them straight to Mexican criminals under the program.

Other emails document how gun dealers involved in the program expressed concern that their firearms were ending up in the hands of “the bady guys,” only to be reassured by the ATF “there’s nothing to worry about.”

One law enforcement source told CBS News that the emails suggested the ATF created the problem itself as part of a political ploy.

“It’s like ATF created or added to the problem so they could be the solution to it and pat themselves on the back. It’s a circular way of thinking,” the source said.