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FEMA coffins? It’s guillotine’s, stupid.

I’m on a prolific mailing list called the Rolls Report, and for the most part I don’t look at it, but today I did. The item I saw points to an article by David Hodges published at Before It’s News titled, “The Establishment Is Preparing For Martial Law And Civil War: ‘Trump’s Pursuit Of Presidency Will Be The Spark’” The article starts as an expansion of Donald Trump’s remark that there would be riots if he were denied the Republican nomination, having a strong plurality going into the convention. I want to focus on two other things from the article.

The opening section is strangely worded. Here’s some of it:

In the business of uncovering both present and coming events, in an effort to warn the public so they can prepare accordingly, we often uncover material that is nefarious, but we are often unsure as to how an event could fit into an entire paradigm. Along these lines, I recall what Steve Quayle once said as a guest on my show “We are no longer talking about what is coming, what is coming is already here“. In the light of unfolding events, based on their connections to past events, a clear and distinguishable picture is emerging.

So what is this “nefarious” material?

As  I have reported on many occasions before, the government is storing 30,000 guillotines and they are the most efficient mass execution device ever invented.

But back to the article’s title. I thought that Trump’s remark about riots referred to violence from disappointed Trump supporters, but in this article the riots are caused by George Soros as a last ditch effort to prevent Trump from becoming president.

To make this all topical, I include this bit indicating collusion on the part of the Obama administration:

I have stated for the record that the U.S. was going to be attacked on multiple fronts at multiple times by 5th column operatives allowed into this country by the Obama administration.

Oh, I guess I failed to mention the ISIS base camp 8 mines from El Paso, Texas.

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18 Responses to FEMA coffins? It’s guillotine’s, stupid.

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    Dave B. March 21, 2016 at 8:30 pm #

    “As I have reported on many occasions before, the government is storing 30,000 guillotines and they are the most efficient mass execution device ever invented.”
    Yes, that would be why the most prolific mass murderers in history all relied so heavily on them.
    I remember I used to listen to Steve Quayle on shortwave sometimes, but I can’t for the life of me remember anything he said.

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    Steve March 21, 2016 at 10:38 pm #

    Weren’t they actually paper cutters?

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    Matt March 22, 2016 at 12:32 am #

    Just wondering, where are the 30,000 guillotine operators going to come from?

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    Rickey March 22, 2016 at 1:32 am #

    Matt:
    Just wondering, where are the 30,000 guillotine operators going to come from?

    Considering the the guillotine is “the most efficient mass execution device ever invented” it’s a wonder that Hitler opted for gas chambers.

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    The Magic M (not logged in) March 22, 2016 at 5:28 am #

    Matt: Just wondering, where are the 30,000 guillotine operators going to come from?

    DARPA robots?

    Rickey: Considering the the guillotine is “the most efficient mass execution device ever invented” it’s a wonder that Hitler opted for gas chambers.

    Probably depends on the definition of “efficiency” in context. A gas chamber is a complex device, you need to transport the desired victims to where it’s installed; you need to have precautions that the executioners are safe etc.
    A guillotine is simple and comparably light and can be brought to the victims’ cities without attracting attention (moving thousands of people to a modern version of Auschwitz would not go undetected as it mostly did in the 1940’s).
    Also I bet that if this were a competition, a guillotine would kill more people per hour than a gas chamber (unless you were somehow able to build a gas chamber the size of the Superdome).

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    Lupin March 22, 2016 at 5:58 am #

    Matt:
    Just wondering, where are the 30,000 guillotine operators going to come from?

    Secret Frenchmen?

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    Lupin March 22, 2016 at 6:02 am #

    The Magic M (not logged in): Probably depends on the definition of “efficiency” in context. A gas chamber is a complex device, you need to transport the desired victims to where it’s installed; you need to have precautions that the executioners are safe etc.
    A guillotine is simple and comparably light and can be brought to the victims’ cities without attracting attention (moving thousands of people to a modern version of Auschwitz would not go undetected as it mostly did in the 1940’s).
    Also I bet that if this were a competition, a guillotine would kill more people per hour than a gas chamber (unless you were somehow able to build a gas chamber the size of the Superdome).

    I would argue that a firing squad is a lot easier, faster and just as effective.

    The guillotine has that certain je ne sais quoi individual, hand-crafted touch that makes it very French, but I think Henry Ford would have favored the firing squad as a a more modern, assembly line-type of execution.,

    In fact, isn’t it how the Serbians mass-massacred their victims in Croatia?

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    Lupin March 22, 2016 at 6:06 am #

    That the author of this lunatic article (David Hodges) is listed in the credits as “a mental health counselor” (among other things) is rather disturbing.

    It’s akin to listing Jack the Ripper as an anesthesiologist or Ed Gein as a gourmet guide.

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    Scientist March 22, 2016 at 8:15 am #

    Lupin: In fact, isn’t it how the Serbians mass-massacred their victims in Croatia?

    In Rwanda, they managed to kill at least 500,000 people in a month or so, mostly with machetes.

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    Thrifty March 22, 2016 at 10:35 am #

    Lot of others have commented that there are better ways to perform mass executions than a guillotine. Guillotines make the deaths pretty quick and certain, but there are just so many problems.

    –You need the guillotine operators. One per guillotine.

    –You need to be constantly cleaning up blood. It’s slippery when it’s wet, and would interfere with the motion of the blade when it dries up.

    –You need to maneuver the condemned into a fairly specific position. This strikes me as the single biggest drawback. People are gonna fight to survive and struggle like crazy.

    –Gotta keep those blades sharp.

    –You have to BUILD the stupid things.

    Firing squad seems like the best option for mass murders. One person can execute a bunch of people. Less manpower. Just put the condemned together into some sort of holding pen and let loose with machine gun fire. You’ll still have to clean up a lot of dead bodies and blood, but it’ll all be centralized.

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    The Magic M (not logged in) March 22, 2016 at 12:36 pm #

    Lupin: I would argue that a firing squad is a lot easier, faster and just as effective.

    But may require more (and more skilled) executioners to be as effective, requires bullets and guns, makes a lot of noise (as I said, the definition of “effective” depends on the situation, whether the executions have to be pretty clandestine etc.).

    Thrifty: You need the guillotine operators. One per guillotine.

    Can be automated. Don’t just think of the old wooden things the French used during their revolution. Think of an automated one, small, built from aluminum, one button to activate a set of 30 wired to one another…

    Thrifty: You need to be constantly cleaning up blood. It’s slippery when it’s wet, and would interfere with the motion of the blade when it dries up.

    I can imagine some kind of water hose constantly cleaning it during operation, pretty much like water cooling a modern drill.

    Thrifty: You need to maneuver the condemned into a fairly specific position. This strikes me as the single biggest drawback. People are gonna fight to survive and struggle like crazy.

    Same for firing squad, gas chamber or just slitting peoples’ throats.
    A firing squad also doesn’t work if the victims are struggling – shooting them in the shoulder would not suffice after all.

    I’m not saying a guillotine is necessarily the best possible device, but it’s not clearly out of the race either.

    Thrifty: You have to BUILD the stupid things.

    Depends on what the conspiracy theory expects the number of executees (is that a word?) to be. Couple 100,000 “most dangerous” enemies? 90% of the population?
    A large industrial complex that churns out millions of cars per year could probably build 100,000 guillotines in a month, no?
    Even if the intention was to kill 300 million people, that means 3,000 people per guillotine. How many can you execute in one day on one such modern guillotine? 100? 500? 1000? Even if only 100, you’d be done in a month (not counting all the associated logistic problems of rounding up and controlling so many people of course, but these are shared by all methods, and worse by others).

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    The Magic M (not logged in) March 22, 2016 at 12:38 pm #

    Thrifty: People are gonna fight to survive and struggle like crazy.

    I’ve seen videos of Nazis shooting Jews who had just finished digging their own graves. I didn’t see anyone trying to fight, or run away. I’m not sure struggling is going to be a big problem.

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    Rickey March 22, 2016 at 1:45 pm #

    The Magic M (not logged in): .
    Also I bet that if this were a competition, a guillotine would kill more people per hour than a gas chamber (unless you were somehow able to build a gas chamber the size of the Superdome).

    I don’t know about that. According to the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum, the four largest gas chambers at Auschwitz were each capable of killing 2,000 people at a time. I suspect that guillotines would have a difficult time keeping up.

    https://www.ushmm.org/outreach/en/article.php?ModuleId=10007718

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    Pastor Charmley March 22, 2016 at 5:51 pm #

    Wow! It’s like stepping back onto the comment pages of the 9/11 conspiracy site I was following back in 2008! Guillotines, martial law, FEMA… And you know, four years ago there were folk saying the exact same things! Really, there seems to be a singular lack of imagination, all things considered, among far too many conspiracy-mongers.

    Of course, there’s a good reason why the US government has a massive stockpile of 30,000 guillotines – there happens to be an office machine used for trimming paper that shares its name with the old French execution device.

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    Dave B. March 22, 2016 at 11:44 pm #

    If you’ve got one remorseless killer, you don’t need a firing squad. I remember reading a fairly detailed account of the one-killer method the Soviets developed, but I can’t remember where. Here’s the most notable example, though:

    http://rarehistoricalphotos.com/vasili-blokhin-historys-prolific-executioner/

    Lupin: I would argue that a firing squad is a lot easier, faster and just as effective.

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    Lupin March 23, 2016 at 3:12 am #

    Pastor Charmley: Of course, there’s a good reason why the US government has a massive stockpile of 30,000 guillotines – there happens to be an office machine used for trimming paper that shares its name with the old French execution device.

    Interestingly enough, we (the French) don’t call it that. We call it a “massicot”.

    Funny Americans, what a sense of humor, ha-ha. :-I

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    Paul March 23, 2016 at 10:21 am #

    Interesting bit of trivia… The French carried out the last execution by guillotine in 1977. I was there.

    (In France I mean. Not at the execution.)

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    Crustacean March 23, 2016 at 1:05 pm #

    And don’t you (the French) also call paperclips “trombones”? That’s a sense of humor I can respect!

    Lupin: Interestingly enough, we (the French) don’t call it that. We call it a “massicot”.
    Funny Americans, what a sense of humor, ha-ha. :-I