April 12, 2013
Appearing on Infowars Nightly News, veteran Black Panther Larry Pinkney put historical civilian government ammunition purchases into perspective.
“They’re not doing this because it’s Howdy Doody time,” Pinkney told Nightly News host Darrin McBreen. “They’re doing this because they obviously feel that they need to prepare for a rebellion and that rebellion is and will come from the people – black, white, brown, red and yellow — of the United States of America.”
In 2012, the DHS issued an urgent solicitation for riot gear following a leaked U.S. Army Military Police training manual for “Civil Disturbance Operations” outlining how military assets are to be used domestically to quell riots, confiscate firearms and even kill Americans on U.S. soil during mass civil unrest, Paul Joseph Watson  reported for Infowars.com.
Infowars.com has kept apace of the Department of Homeland Security’s unprecedented purchase of ammunition. The agency added 360,000 rounds in March  to an astounding 2 billion bullets bought  over the past year.
Retired United States Army Captain Terry M. Hestilow  publicly voiced grave concerns over the super-ramping up of military capability and stockpiling of arms and ammunition by the DHS in March. Citing Obama’s declaration of a “civilian national security force that’s just as powerful, just as strong, just as well funded [as the United States military],” Hestilow said in a letter sent to Texas Senator John Cornyn:
One needs only to look to the rise of Adolf Hitler, and his associated DHS organizations, the SA and the SS, of 1932-1934, to see the outcome of allowing an agency of government this kind of control over the free citizens of a nation. The people of Germany could not have imagined, until it was too late, the danger of allowing a tyrant this kind of power. We must not be so naïve as to think it will not happen to us as well if we remain passive toward this power grab by the Marxist Obama administration!
The stockpiling of weapons, Mr. Pinckney continued, “is not being done to protect the people of the United States from some kind of invasion, this in fact is in preparation of an invasion by the U.S. government against the people of the United States.”
“It is imperative that we intensify in our struggle,” Pinckney concluded on a note of solidarity. “It is imperative that we get over our little minor differences. We have more in common than we do not have – in other words, we have more to work together for than to work against each other for.”