Children, the elderly and a pregnant woman – all of them brandishing guns - are pictured on shooting targets for the Department of Homeland Security, other government agencies and the police.
The products evoke “Pavlovian, instinctive shooting” and teach law enforcement how to identify enemies and targets, talk show host Alex Jones said during Tuesday’s broadcast.
Product descriptions on the shooting targets sold at Law Enforcement Targets, Inc., confirm they are intended to condition police and armed agents to fire on people without hesitation, writer and editor Paul Joseph Watson first reported at Jones' website, Infowars.com.
The company supplies “training targets and supplies for military branches, government agencies, law enforcement agencies, training organizations, private ranges, gun clubs, and shooting enthusiasts in the United States,” according to a description on Bloomberg.
Jones likened the shooting targets to the Osama Bin Ladin versions found at the height of the fabled hunt for the elusive terrorist. Now it’s open season on your children, mother, grandfather and other family members. One of the targets depicts a middle aged woman holding a gun while wearing bathrobe in her kitchen. Another target shows a teen-ager aiming a gun.
“Every single one of these people are white,” Jones noted
Law Enforcement Targets, Inc. also sells zombie targets, yet another way to dehumanize people. Following the release of the Infowars.com story, attempts to access the company’s website were met with error messages that the server is too busy.
The products alone can raise red flags and sound alarms, but there’s much more behind it.
For example, the Department of Homeland Security’s See Something, Say Something program depicts white Americans as suspicious and potential terrorists that need to be reported to “the authorities.” Indeed, DHS and other government documents have repeatedly listed white conservatives and gun owners as terrorists.
After facing criticism that the DHS purchase of 1.6 billion in bullets was inflated, Infowars revisited the figures and is now reporting the government has ordered 2 billion bullets. The government says the bullets are need for training purposes. But the sheer volume of bullets represents enough ammunition for a 24-year-long war with Iraq, Beitbart.com reported.
The arsenal of bullets is combined with plans to spend $63 billion so that 30,000 drones can take to the nation’s skies by 2015, all in the name of “public safety.” Additionally, the government has issued purchase requests for 7,000 assault rifles suitable for personal defense.
Government leaders are also proposing laws that would allow searches of gun owner's homes.
“If enacted, the law will allow police to search without a court-issued search warrant the homes of owners of legally purchased firearms,” writes Kurt Nimmo on Infowars.com.
All of it points to a government preparing for widespread civil unrest.
And still, the full picture is not understood by much of the television-loving public. People remain entranced by propaganda about how much government loves us and wants to protect us. Unless it’s a scripted talking point, mainstream outlets dismiss the bigger picture as a conspiracy theory.
In reality, denying the obvious, much like the story "The Emperor Has No Clothes," is truly the biggest conspiracy of all.