Has The Round-up Of Americans Started?

I know, your first thoughts are rubbish, where’s the evidence? I watch the news. I read. I haven’t seen or heard of anything dramatic like this.

Indeed, but by design, that is exactly what the powers-that-be want you to think. Do you actually believe they would announce it as the lead story on FOX, CNN or MSNBC?

Understand, the bad guys are no dummies. On the contrary, it is the masses—the ignorant, the lazy, the stupid, the scared, the selfish—it is they that are the fools.

If you look out at your lawn, you do not see the grass grow. Yet it does. The grass grows while you are at work, or eating dinner, at the ball game or sleeping. Indeed, it is growing while you gaze directly at it.

The NWO plan is similar. The plan to bring down America has been in effect, and has been unfolding, slowly, for generations. That is why it is working.

Let’s examine some evidence.

It is now illegal to feed the homeless in some 50 cities across the country. In the “shining city upon a hill”, in the land of opportunity, in the country that consistently claims moral superiority over other countries of the world, it is a crime to help the starving.

“They intentionally violated the statute,” stated Orlando Florida police spokeswoman, Lt. Barbara Jones, when the story broke that a compassionate group of Florida folks were arrested for feeding 40 homeless individuals.

Obviously, things aren’t so sunny in the Sunshine State, particularly if you are homeless or just trying to help the hungry.

If we jump to North Carolina, we find that Love Wins Ministries, trying to distribute biscuits and coffee to 70 homeless individuals, was stopped under threat of arrest by police in Raleigh. An officer on scene, when questioned regarding the lunacy of this situation, stated flatly “I am just telling you what is. Now you pass out that food, you will go to jail.”

So, what is this all about? Well, the globalists say they are trying to protect the people from disease—the same shameful and insincere reasoning they give for harassing 6-year-olds at lemonade stands. Find out more on that farce here.

We all know a reality of life is that a hungry man may, depending on the level of desperation, steal or even inflict violence to secure nourishment. He may also pick through trash barrels. So, if I hand food to a starving individual I am in violation. Therefore, it seems the wizards in charge feel it is socially acceptable to necessitate that a starving individual rummage for a half-eaten sandwich or other discarded food in a trash bin—or starve.

But there are shelters.

In New York, an excessively meddlesome mayor, Michael Bloomberg, in addition to banning jumbo-sized sodas has made it illegal—ready—to donate food to city homeless shelters. Google it, it is real.

To hear meddlesome Mike tell it, this move is all about protecting the starving from malnutrition—I’ll say that again in case you missed it—protect the starving from malnutrition.

Anyone that can fog a mirror should see the word-play. It is gibberish, as is the supporting reason—the city can’t monitor the salt, fat and fiber content of donated foods. This legislation bans bakeries, for example, from donating the day’s unsold muffins or charity organizations from donating unopened cans of soup.

First and most obvious, something to eat—a muffin, a can of soup, a candy bar—is better than nothing to a man, woman or child that hasn’t eaten in three days. Next, if this food is so hideously bad it isn’t fit to be donated to a shelter to feed the starving, then why the hell is it being sold to the masses?

Meddlesome Mike and his Bilderberg bullies can try to justify this harshness with progressive double-talk but the bottom line is this: these ordinances are designed to make villains of the destitute and convert the remaining populace into heartless robots. There is no justification—nor will there ever be—for legislation that promotes state cruelty.

In San Francisco, an ordinance makes it illegal to sit or lie down on the city’s sidewalks. Apparently, if you are homeless in San Francisco, you are expected to stand all day or walk outside city limits to rest.

All this is designed to manage the outlooks and behaviors of the masses. First, you label and target a segment of society (the tea party, blacks, conservatives, truthers, gun owners, conspiracy theorists—the homeless) and then, using slanted stories and intentionally negative editorials, you demonize them. As gravy, you can send out some repubo-rats you own to make political speeches, too. All promoting your message:

Homeless people are bad. They are “quality of life” criminals. They are a nuisance to you because they sit on side-walks. Their plight is their fault. They are lazy and dirty. They eat out of trash bins and carry germs.

Over time and with proper media saturation, this is usually enough to control the outlooks and behaviors of the mindless masses. But, of course, there are those that do think—that do question authority.

So, you support the propaganda with legislation to punish those that act against your desired behaviors.

Homeless people are bad. They are “quality of life” criminals. They are a nuisance to you because they sit on side-walks. Their plight is their fault. They are lazy and dirty. They eat out of trash bins and carry germs. Therefore, to get rid of them and protect you we will ban them from side-walks. Further, donations and hand-outs are not allowed, your failure to comply means a fine or arrest.

Why do we care about this? What does this have to do with the round-up?

Well, a city council in Columbia, South Carolina recently voted unanimously for a plan dictating that homeless people could no longer loiter, sleep, or eat in the downtown streets. It sounds a lot like San Francisco, yes?

But Columbia’s legislation introduces new elements—a state sponsored facility and state-sponsored transportation.

The way it works is the homeless, and this includes recently released prisoners that have no ride from county jail, will be transported via shuttle to the facility. Further, once processed at the facility, they are not allowed to just walk out—to leave they must seek and be granted permission from authorities. (Continued)