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You can now trade in your GUNS for FOOD; Nashville launches program to keep you fed as long as you disarm (www.naturalnews.com)

Nashville Predators Vice President of Community Relations, Rebecca King dubbed the predatory gun buy-back event a “judgement-free space for people in the community to surrender their guns.”

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Anton
Anton
1 month ago

Just do it BUT ONLY AFTER you get weapons and ammo from black market, you can even make your own ammunition, there are info available. If the System is your enemy you have to protect yorself and your families…You have to move yourself to rural or at least small town area and start homeschooling your children, produce your own basic food, learn fishing, hunting and shooting and be physically but more importatnly, spiritualy strong. Also start to cooperate with like minded people and form militias.

marie
marie
1 month ago
Reply to  Anton

Or make zip guns to get food at first. A few dollars is all it takes. You’re correct about all that. I’ve done a few of those, I know others are less lucky but if you can get some kind of very warm yurt you could escape to the forest and live there.. I wish we could form some group of sorts across the country with a way to weed out evil doers

Last edited 1 month ago by marie
Anton
Anton
1 month ago
Reply to  marie

i dont know about US gun culture so much, i’m in central EU, but here we have very skillful people, mostly elders from machine engineering industry and they can make very good guns, or remake the barrels of the replicas, originally blank guns into full working live automatic guns…here in europe we have very strict gun laws, i would say the scrictest you can imagine, but rural people generally own guns from black market or zip guns…anyway, you are right, the System is evil and its up to us to protect from this evil, God bless You

marie
marie
1 month ago

This is shocking and disturbing. I know they would disarm people with something and I know they would use food and shelter but really in Texas..

Iliketrees
Iliketrees
1 month ago

They’re definitely going to keep doing this in cities around the country, but I cannot imagine a time when the people living outside cities would ever go for this. I’m in a very heavily armed, freedom minded area and no matter how many lies and false flags they put out, these people will never ever fall for this. There are probably a hundred million people who won’t, so I really can’t tell what their diabolical little plan is for getting all the guns.

marie
marie
1 month ago
Reply to  Iliketrees

If you haven’t already look into making your own amm0. It’s not hard you just need a couple machines

paul
paul
1 month ago
Reply to  marie

Yes, but you also need bullets, powder, cases, and primers. Right now, primers are nearly impossible to come by. So for now, while that’s going on, stock up on as much ammo as you can. I’d say at least 3-500 rounds of hollowpoint/softpoint, 500+ rounds of FMJ for training, and if you have an AR, as much M855 green tip (armor piercing) as you can get a hold of. It is expensive to stock up that much, but it’s important to get as much as you can.

lgageharleya
lgageharleya
1 month ago

Nashville is absolutely swimming in Left Coast and New Englander community organizers, come to impart the ‘light’ to the backwards southerners. Their spread has brought lawlessness into previously quiet, respectful, rural communities and the natives aren’t pleased at all.

paul
paul
1 month ago
Reply to  lgageharleya

It’s also the home of much of America’s music industry, where we see much of the occultic symbolism being put on album covers, music videos, lyrics, and whatnot. There’s lots of powerful people there, and they want the common people disarmed.

A E
A E
1 month ago
Reply to  paul

Yes, I’ve read recently that mind control is huge in the country music industry in particular. Fritz Springmeier stated so.

Pranitha Murali
Pranitha Murali
1 month ago

No thanks, I would rather starve