So I was poking around this morning whilst slacking off at work, and found out that there are 600 or so FEMA camps all set up and ready to go. It is claimed by this site that the FedGov has detailed plans on how to deal with the population (i.e. citizens) after declaring martial law. Of course I printed these out in hardcopy so if they decide to suspend the Constitution I'll have a handy reference on how the JBT's will operate.
If the Constitution of the United States is ever suspended for Martial Law in the United States I will immediately begin action to abolish the current FedGov. Best way to do that is get 35 States to declare the Fedgov null and void.
So if the Constitution is declared suspended, does that mean that all the troops who swore to uphold the Constitution can just go home? Just a thought.
So If I cannot get 35 States to disband the Federal Government, looks like I'll become a terrorist. Big shoes to fill since Thomas Jefferson, Ben Franklin, and George Washington were terrorists too. Too bad that the Geneva Conventions only apply if two sides who signed it are fighting. For us (second) Revolutionaries expect torture in a CIA holding cell somewhere.
And if you thought you could sit this one out, well the Geneva Convention relative to the Protection of Civilian Persons in Time of War only applies if two major powers are fighting. So with Executive order 11000, the Secretary of Labor can draft you into a government-supervised work brigade.
So evidently there is one of these camps in East Boston. I spent a little time on Google maps, and using their wonderful StreetView, but I found nothing that looked like a camp of any kind. Unless I see one of these camps with my own eyes I'm a bit skeptical they are all "ready to go, guarded by armed personnel." Then again, The East Boston could just be a loading area as Logan Airport is there, and a rail spur.
Damn I need to get a battle rifle.
Well I shot a bunch with my .22, and I'm happy to report that I'm getting all the rounds in the black at 50 yards with open iron sights. I'll shoot some more tonight, if I can escape Boston traffic. I fired off the 12ga, and let me tell you, my shoulder still hurts. I know what I'm doing, I know I had it pulled tight to my shoulder, but launching a 1oz slug of lead down range tends to beat you up a bit. I would have hit a man-sized target at 50 yards 6 out of 7 times.
Sunday I shot the .45 but I didn't do as well as I would have liked. I forgot a bunch of things and wasted $15 bucks of ammo being a dumbass. I'm trying to learn how to shoot with both eyes open, and I'm having trouble keeping the right eye dominant. I'm a bit ambidextrous so my right eye isn't as dominant as most peoples are. Then add in my Kosho training and all hell breaks loose with my vision. Maybe I should just shoot with the left eye closed?
I'll detail what Kosho is some other time, very cool stuff.