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FEMA guillotines: A warning for Christians

Discussion in 'News & Current Events' started by spiritualwarrior77, May 10, 2012.

  1. AtheistVet

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    Guillotines don't leave a body behind?

    Here's your problem. Guillotines would require constant upkeep and maintenance to insure the blade remains sharp and not too caked in blood and gore that it still cleanly slices.

    See, here's the difference between conspiracy theorists and rational people. Conspiracy theorists do not think things through, and when challenged, will invent justifications and grasp at straws to continue to believe in the nonsense they are convinced of. You cannot use reason and logic to argue against it because there is no reason and logic, just massive amounts of confirmation bias and paranoia.
     
  2. spiritualwarrior77

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    Top of the list... Christians (especially those that oppose the NWO)
    Jews too
    And anyone in general who opposes the NWO

    Thanks to the internet they know exactly who we are... hello NWO... I'm over here... LOL :thumbsup:
     
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    I not only watched the clip. I've caught trains at that particular station.

    Thats the electrical substation. Check it for yourself. The cameras and razor wire is perfectly standard for QR substations in urban areas.

    The idea that they'd put an extermination camp in Robina of all place is so ludicrous... I really can't describe it adequately!

    I mean, if you were talking about Woomera, or somewhere remote like that, it might at least be worthy of consideration!
     
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    Body gets tipped mechanically onto conveyor belt which takes it to the incinerator.
    Maintenance?... of course... but much cheaper than bullets.

    The French liked them! (oh, still do)

    [​IMG]
     
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  6. AtheistVet

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    Is that true, or did you just make a rationalization up on the spot because you don't know, but you want to believe?
     
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    I never claimed it was an extermination camp. More a holding pen, more likely. I will be going to have a look myself.

    What exactly is the large space for? A large empty space, with thick steel walls, razor wire and camera's?

    The member of parliament was speechless!
     
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    Just makes sense to me.
    8640 bullets a day is a LOT of money. Plus a lot of time wasted picking up the body and moving it. Think about it!
     
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    Bullets are pretty cheap.

    Conveyor belts are pretty expensive and temperamental
     
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    How much do you think 8640 bullets would cost? Ball park?
     
  11. AtheistVet

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    Who cares about money at this point? You think there'll be an economy when you're killing half of the world's population?

    You really should think these things through.
     
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    I don't need to wait for the game... I'm already playing :thumbsup:

    The voice over for this clip describes EXACTLY what's going on. But unfortunately the psy-op is, that everyone will think it's all just a game. Oh, they are clever!
     
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    Its not an empty space. Its full of big electrical transformers!
     
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    Good point.

    Not to mention that the military expend thousands of dollars a day on ammunition just training. I really don't thing the cost of 9k of bullets is much of a consideration.

    http://www.inetres.com/gp/military/infantry/rifle/556mm_ammo.html 5.56 mm is the standard NATO round, so I assume thats what they'd be using. This guy recons they cost 24c per.
    2160 dollars a day. More expensive than automated guillotines and conveyer belts?
     
  15. AtheistVet

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    You are HILARIOUS!^_^

    I guess it's a good thing these guys are around, huh?

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PHrMTmiKst0&feature=endscreen&NR=1
     
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    Forget the money bit... it's all about efficiency. Guillotines are more efficient!

    Half the population? Someone wants to reduce it to half a billion. Meet the Georgia Guidestones.
    Georgia Guidestones - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    First two tenets:
    1. Maintain humanity under 500,000,000 in perpetual balance with nature.
    2. Guide reproduction wisely — improving fitness and diversity.

    [​IMG]
     
  17. AtheistVet

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    I think it's a warning against popping out as many babies as humanly possible, not a threat to kill everyone.

    And guillotines were not invented for their efficiency, but to be a humane execution method. If you want efficiency, you use CBRN weapons.
     
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    That's nearly $67,000 a month. ($800,000 a year)
    I'd go with the chopper!
     
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    Not the Georgia guidestones *rolls eyes* They don't want to reduce anything, they're written for future generations after a hypothetical apocalypse. Given they were errected at the height of the Cold War, can you guess what event people were thinking might knock a few zeros off the end of the world population?

    And again, usual question, if the super secret evil conspiracists were planning on killing billions, why are they writing about it in 7 languages carved deep in granite for anyone to see?
     
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    What are your figures for automated guillotines and conveyer belts?

    I'm sorta guessing you've never had to work with budgets for big, complex, temperamental machinery, huh?
     
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