Federal Government (at its best)

02 Feb

Straight from the Red River Army Depot in Texas, this ‘scrap’ is being destroyed and the raw materials sent back to China for recycling.

Ain’t it great?  Yet, we can’t cut our overhead in this country…

Pallets of brand new computer (still in the box) mice, big screen TV (still in their crates, Humvees, you name it!  All in the name of foreign relations.  It’s not just military surplus quietly being destroyed here.  Actually, this is just a symptom of the problem that we all have.  China owns us.  The photograph here does not do it justice, and the MSM would do everything it could to keep this quiet.  After all?  How in the world would have of the Federal departments of Waste (EPA, HSA, USDA, ever justify their new budgets?  You know?  Like the ones they just got as of January 1, 2013?

China syndrome

Millers Cove, TX


Posted by on February 2, 2013 in Sons of Liberty


8 responses to “Federal Government (at its best)

  1. Dannyboy53

    February 2, 2013 at 10:21 pm

    Seeing this makes me think, just what the heck is going on behind our backs that we don’t know about? Almost daily we hear of some B.S. the regime is doing with OUR property, not “Property of the U.S. Government” as is displayed on so much the taxpayers have payed for over the years. We probably know of about a tenth of what goes on.

    This stuff should be stenciled “Property of the U.S. Taxpayers…BY GOD!”

    That would get the panties of all these useful idiot atheists in a wad wouldn’t it? They would go mad…run around giving each other wedgies.

  2. The Soffitrat

    February 2, 2013 at 10:30 pm

  3. Wildflower

    February 3, 2013 at 12:53 am

    well there are all those surplus americans ready to be recycled into burgers and dog food

    • The Soffitrat

      February 3, 2013 at 3:09 pm

      If the govt doesn’t destroy perfectly good (last year’s acquisitions) equipment each year, they won’t be able to get the money this year. What makes it worse is that we are giving the raw materials to our enemies, the Chinese. That makes those responsible guilty of treason. Does it not?

      • Dannyboy53

        February 3, 2013 at 5:47 pm

        I would agree with that statement. The Regime hasn’t learned a thing since back in the thirties when the U.S. was trading raw materials to the Japanese.

        Then the Japanese delivered the finished products to Pearl Harbor…

      • Dannyboy53

        February 3, 2013 at 8:06 pm

        During the “manufactured” gasoline shortage in the early 1970’s, I remember coming out of the field at Ft Polk Louisiana, stopping before getting onto the post proper and dumping diesel fuel in the road side ditches from our Jerry cans. This was to avoid turning the fuel in and having our fuel allotment in the future cut.

        Had the taxpayers (and the EPA!) known about this, there would have been some heads rolled. It would have been interesting to see the “blame game” being played out during the damage control on that issue. And all the Officers and politicians claiming they knew nothing about this!

        • The Soffitrat

          February 4, 2013 at 12:11 am

          And to think that in the 70’s, we didn’t have an EPA anything like we (supposedly) do today. They can shut down our power plants, but let trashing like this go unabated. It’s selective! Selective enforcement.

  4. Dannyboy53

    February 4, 2013 at 1:23 am

    I couldn’t remember when the EPA was started, had to look it up! It was created in 1970 by “Tricky Dicky” Nixon…imagine that.

    The military probably would have got by with a slap on the hand back then. In later years if we had an oil leak or fuel spill we had to dig up the dirt and properly dispose of it.

    The U.S. Regime has always been extremely wasteful however, well at least as far back as I can remember anyway. Why should they care? It isn’t their money being wasted!

    It’s a small part of “The Cloward-Piven Strategy of Manufactured Crisis” researched and written by a friend of mine, Jim Simpson, in Baltimore, MD. He was a budget analyst working in the White House during the Reagan, Bush(1) and Clinton Administrations. He is now a freelance writer for several different publications.


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