U.S.D.A. Gears Up For War Against Farmers, Solicits Sub-Machine Guns And Body Armor
This article comes from Intellihub.com.
After putting out solicitations for sub-machine guns and Level IIIA body armor, one must wonder what the U.S.D.A. is truly getting ready for.
By Shepard Ambellas
(INTELLIHUB) — After the recent armed standoff over cattle grazing rights, which took place at the Bundy Ranch in Nevada between common supporters of the U.S. Constitution and the Bureau of Land Management, the American public got a taste of what their beloved government is really willing to do and just how far they will actually go. Now some are questioning why the U.S. Dept. of Agriculture has put out active solicitations for sub-machine guns capable of firing 2-round-bursts and Level IIIA body armor, fearing a war against farmers.
According to the May 7 solicitation on FedBizOps.gov:
The U.S. Department of Agriculture, Office of Inspector General, located in Washington, DC, pursuant to the authority of FAR Part 13, has a requirement for the commercial acquisition of submachine guns, .40 Cal. S&W, ambidextrous safety, semi-automatic or 2 shot burts trigger group, Tritium night sights for front and rear, rails for attachment of flashlight (front under fore grip) and scope (top rear), stock-collapsilbe or folding, magazine – 30 rd. capacity, sling, light weight, and oversized trigger guard for gloved operation. NO SOLICITATION DOCUMENT EXISTS. All responsible and/or interested sources may submit their company name, point of contact, and telephone. If received timely, shall be considered by the agency for contact to determine weapon suitability.
Moreover on May 7, the U.S.D.A. put out a second solicitation requesting Level IIIA body armor in conduction with the sub-machine guns.
The solicitation posted on FedBizOps.gov reads:
The U.S. Department of Agriculture, Office of Inspector General, located in Washington, DC and Regional Offices, pursuant to the authority of FAR Part 13, has a requirement for the commerical acquisition of ballist vests, compliant with NIJ 0101.06 for Level IIIA Ballistic Resistance of body armor. Body armor is gender specific, lightweight, trauma plate/pad (hard or soft), concealable carrier, tactical vest, undergarment (white), identification patches, accessories (6 pouches), body armor carry bag, and professional measurements. NO SOLICITATION DOCUMENT EXISITS. All responsible and/or interested sources may submit their company name, point of contact, and telephone number. If received timely, shall be considered by the agency for contact.
Shockingly, the U.S.D.A. has been terrorizing farmers for years as the documentary film Farmageddon points out. A review of the film written by Gar Smith dated Sept. 25, 2011 reads:
The first-person stories related in Kristin Canty’s new documentary, Farmageddon, may sound like people recounting the post-trauma shock of a drug-raid but these “perps” are not pot-growers or drug-smugglers, they are family farmers and members of organic produce buying clubs.
“I was at the top of the stairs and I saw a man with a gun pointed up at me. All I could see was a black hat and a black jacket. I stood there thinking this was a serial killer.”