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have you thought of or consider that if marshal law was inforced would the goverment or leo use web sites like this to determin what you have and
if they wanted to take your things
 

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have you thought of or consider that if marshal law was inforced would the goverment or leo use web sites like this to determin what you have and
if they wanted to take your things
Of course. That's why you see all the "Post ur gunz" and "Watz in ur BOLz?" and "How much prepz you gotz?" type threads.

All to gather intel.
 

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Shhhh....this little gem is hiding in the secret bunker under my garage...

As for everything else...
"I was lying...just trying to look cool. sorry."
"I lost it."
"I sold it."
"wasn't me."
"gave it to an evacuee because I felt bad for her."
"those were airsofts...and I threw them away."

"seriously...polygraph me if you like!"
 

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no not at all. If you were running around touting the fact that you had an arsenal of AR-15's complete with grenade launchers and morters then you might pop up on someone's radar for but SHTF the infrastructure just wouldn't be there for local authorities to go around robbing your loot.

My cousin is an LEO and is in the Internet Crimes department. It's hard enough for her to get information when there is PROOF of child pornography etc... let alone for her to get your name, address etc.. if you just had something that they wanted to take.
 

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In my experience the .gov LEs have better things to do than trawl sites such as this - they're over at AWRM where people are REALLY talking about the Revolution. FBI and ATFE will hang around if they receive a report of wrong-doing, but not for some simple crime-think.

However, you know there are civilian activist groups out there who lump even the most peaceful mother-earth survivalist in the same pile as militias or neo-nazis? Their ignorance is dangerous.

They are the ones you'll need to worry about. They gather "intelligence" on everything they feel is relevant. As soon as the Anti-hoarding laws are passed in the first years of the Depression, expect these types to pass over copies of your posts or photos to the ATFE/IRS or whoever is tasked with enforcing these anti-hoarding laws.

It's the bleeding heart do-gooders you need to worry about. They act like a network of informers - making the world a better place.
 

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Shhhh....this little gem is hiding in the secret bunker under my garage...

As for everything else...
"I was lying...just trying to look cool. sorry."
"I lost it."
"I sold it."
"wasn't me."
"gave it to an evacuee because I felt bad for her."
"those were airsofts...and I threw them away."

"seriously...polygraph me if you like!"

I know a guy about 40 miles North of here who has a 155 mm Howitzer...

He was showing me a trailer I was looking to buy and there it was all camouflaged up and you'd never notice it until you walked into it. Its not like those things are small either.

He grinned at me and said, "Before you ask, YES I have a permit for it".
 

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I have to say since some people don't seem to understand this... in all the anti-police talk I've seen on this forum... y'all need to keep something in mind...Cops are human, too. They have families and children they will be concerned with. Yes, they do have a job, but it's a JOB. Admittedly police, fire, EMS, soldiers, etc go above and beyond in their normal job duties, but it's still just a guy/gal doing a job and then they go home to their families. We as a nation are undermanned in police forces. It is just not that popular of a job anymore. So when y'all toss out these Police state comments and everything, keep it in mind that they're going to have better stuff to do. Often times it's just a matter of controlling the chaos, or saving lives as opposed to enforcing laws.
AND police dont make the laws- they only enforce them.
 

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I know a guy about 40 miles North of here who has a 155 mm Howitzer...

He was showing me a trailer I was looking to buy and there it was all camouflaged up and you'd never notice it until you walked into it. Its not like those things are small either.

He grinned at me and said, "Before you ask, YES I have a permit for it".
Ha! That's great. Reminds me of the character on Reno 911...the guy that lives in the bus and had the anti-aircraft gun under a camo net? greatness!:thumb:
 

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I live in the woods of Oregon in the middle of nowhere but even then......I have two more hideaway up in the hills with everything that I might need for three months, it took me six months to take everything up there.

I am the type of a person that always has a back up plan for the back up plan.
 

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"Post ur gunz" and "Watz in ur BOLz?" and "How much prepz you gotz?"
well, I had no idea that the gooberment used 4chan as a plae to gather intel. Maybe they're just dumb enough for an epic fail...
 
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I suppose that it is possible, but of little concern.

They already know that I acquired a Saiga AK-47 carbine at the show, this weekend. I think a gun grab very unlikely and probably bloody, if attempted.

There would be a firefight at my home, if such occurred, otherwise I am simply a hard-working, peaceful woman.

But I will not give up my weapons without a fight and it will be bloody, if the attempt to seize them is made.

Rhonda
 

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I suppose that it is possible, but of little concern.

They already know that I acquired a Saiga AK-47 carbine at the show, this weekend. I think a gun grab very unlikely and probably bloody, if attempted.

There would be a firefight at my home, if such occurred, otherwise I am simply a hard-working, peaceful woman.

But I will not give up my weapons without a fight and it will be bloody, if the attempt to seize them is made.

Rhonda

I admire you for stating what so many of us feel.

Most of the time there is much said but not much said if you know what I mean.

Sometimes women have more "cahones" than men.
 

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Hate to disagree with you Sassy, i know you're generally cool, but
the nazzzi gesstapo were only doing their jobs too. That didn't make it right.

I've always wondered the same thing Indiana Joe. Hope the other guys are right, most ptb gooberment types are generally inept.
 

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I suppose that it is possible, but of little concern.

They already know that I acquired a Saiga AK-47 carbine at the show, this weekend. I think a gun grab very unlikely and probably bloody, if attempted.

There would be a firefight at my home, if such occurred, otherwise I am simply a hard-working, peaceful woman.

But I will not give up my weapons without a fight and it will be bloody, if the attempt to seize them is made.

Rhonda
Sage wisdom from an old skool 2nd Amendment rights guy:
"When they come for your guns, be sure to give them the ammo first."

;)
 

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have you thought of or consider that if marshal law was inforced would the goverment or leo use web sites like this to determin what you have and if they wanted to take your things
If people like us were selected as a concern, then I'm sure the powers that be would use whatever intel source they had at their disposal to identify individuals to go after, if nothing else to prioritize the use of their resources.

Regarding the comments about "the cops have better things to do", you're right. The cops will have some nerd write a program to read these databases at computer speed, flagging entries that the program determines as "of interest" then and only then will some tech explore deeper and prioritize the data they have mined.

I worked many years in electronic eavesdropping for the US military. We monitored the entire HF spectrum looking for very specific, very short lived radio signal parameters. We never knew when or on what frequency the "signal of interest" would happen, but when it did, all hell broke loose in our compartments. Why would I assume that with the incredible increase in computer power available today they would do any less.

Allan
 

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I suppose that it is possible, but of little concern.

They already know that I acquired a Saiga AK-47 carbine at the show, this weekend. I think a gun grab very unlikely and probably bloody, if attempted.

There would be a firefight at my home, if such occurred, otherwise I am simply a hard-working, peaceful woman.

But I will not give up my weapons without a fight and it will be bloody, if the attempt to seize them is made.

Rhonda
Now if I could only find a similarly minded lady here in AZ:thumb:
 

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have you thought of or consider that if marshal law was inforced would the goverment or leo use web sites like this to determin what you have and
if they wanted to take your things
That's why they call it OpSec. Don't speak about your goodies, just keep them clean, loaded, and nearby.:D:
 

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I admire you for stating what so many of us feel.

Most of the time there is much said but not much said if you know what I mean.

Sometimes women have more "cahones" than men.
:eek::

I think that there are people on this site whom are far more brave than I. I don't think it so much as a matter of bravery on my part, but of conscience.

I have always been 'driven by principle' and the 2nd amendment says what it says.

If I was to passively just give up MY guns, I would not be able to 'look at myself in a mirror'.

I have a RIGHT to own my weapons and I'll not suffer it from being infringed upon.

I have no choice, by virtue of conscience, but to defend that right.
 

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It’s possible, but as others have stated: Why bother? Unless you're doing something wrong (or about to do something wrong), the government should have no reason to take your stuff away. Even if they did, I can almost guarantee they wouldn't take your stuff because they read on an internet forum that you had "5 AK47s for when TSHTF", because... well
http://answers.google.com/answers/threadview?id=385793
 
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