Homeland security as it was intended to be.

Homeland security. RT : As it was intended to be.

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2 Responses to Homeland security as it was intended to be.

  1. upaces88 says:

    I have probably told you this before. When I was a little girl and my family took us to my grandmother/grand-daddy’s house for Christmas, we were sent upstairs to go to bed.
    Well, you know kids. We’d sneak out of bed and sit at the top of the stairs listening to our parents and grandparents talk. Otherwise, we would never have known.
    After the Civil War, the Blacks were GIVEN LAND. They were also given a rooster and several chickens;
    A hog and a sow
    A bull and a cow.
    They were “given” lumber to build their homes.
    Well, you guessed it. They killed the “Roosters, the Bulls to eat. Can’t make baby chickens or calves without the male animals. So? They raided the white farmers’ farms stealing whatever they needed or wanted.
    The farmers would wake up and their, literal, livelihood had been stolen. It was too far away to drive to the closest city in an old wagon (the Model-T was in the barn…no parts for it to run).
    So, they formed a committee and took turns watching each other’s farms at night.
    The thieves did get caught and were hung right then and there.

  2. upaces88 says:

    Actually? I can relate to that. I grew up in Texas with guns all around me.
    My daddy is one of 13 children. My mother was one of 7 children.
    They all lived on farms. They all knew how to shoot.
    They all knew how to raise their own livestock and grow their own food.
    It was simple.
    And, they did some lynchings because the country was too far away from the cities to go get a Sheriff.
    It was simple.

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