Amerika, bullet wounds, caring for bullet wounds, conflict, disaster, dislocated civilians, false flag, FM 3-39.40, gun rights, high velocity wounds, low velocity wounds, missile wounds, national emergency, protection from wounds, re-education camp, right to keep and bear arms, second amendment, segregate children, segregate families, shrapnel wounds, surturing techniques, suturing bullet wounds, treating bullet wounds, types of wounds, war
Amerika is much closer than you think, and we owe our thanks for some one releasing, an otherwise hidden document FM 3-39.40 into the People’s hands. The definition of ‘detainee’ can be found in the Preface; everyone that is picked up.
In just the first chapter it is obvious that this applies to United States citizens.
“AR 190-47 stipulates that U.S. military prisoners have additional standards of care given their specific rights as U.S. citizens and will be confined separately from detainees.”
This is from chapter two, DC stands for Dislocated Citizens.
“The handling of DCs is also a mission that may be performed in support of disaster relief or other emergencies within the United States or U.S. territories during civil support operations.”
Are they planning a disaster in order to place Americans in Re-Eduction Camps? I wouldn’t put it past them. Re-Education is part of the goal, as expressed on page 56.
“Plans and executes a PSYOP program that produces an understanding and appreciation of U.S. policies and actions.”
Sounds like Re-Education to me. Once you gain an ‘appreciation’ of U.S. and U.N. policies, you might be released.
One of the ‘key’ words that starts this is ‘disaster’. The definition of disaster is found on page 14 to mean:
“1-3 Interment and resettlement operations are conducted by military police to shelter, sustain, guard, protect and account for populations (detainees, U.S. Military prisoners or dislocated civilians) as a result of military or civil conflict, natural or man-made disaster, or to facilitate criminal prosecution.”
It also seems to end ‘posse commitatus’ when military police take over the jobs of sheriffs and police. What parameters constitute a disaster and who initiates calling an event a disaster? On page 33, it is the governor of the state, while on page 224 it becomes the President that declares a national emergency. If the governor of a state declares an emergency then the National Guard becomes federalized and when the President gets involved so do multiple federal agencies. A ‘disaster’ seems to be very vague in definition, it could be a flood, fire, wild fire, drought, earthquake, hurricane, tornadoes, riots, civil unrest, a false-flag terrorist attack, war, stock market crash, or dollar crash to name a few.
One thing is for certain, during such emergency you will be separated from your family(segregated – male and female, and possibly children) and your home, leaving the bastards to ransack your home for firearms. Remember how the government acted during the hurricane that hit New Orleans? Firearms were confiscated.
Here is the first portion of the ABC miniseries called Amerika. No doubt this is another film Hollywood wishes it never produced. On amazon it can be purchased for $180-$250; if you have never seen it take advantage of the youtube link. The flag in the 1st of 13 would have to be replaced; it isn’t USSR anymore, or even Russia that plans a take over. It is the U.N., NATO, North American Union, and the U.S. Infact Russia may attack the U.S. over the new missile defense.
Keep in mind how we are being lied to by the main stream Media and I have a few questions that they don’t want to answer.
Medical disclaimer: I am not a doctor, and these examples should not be followed in a situation where a doctor is available. They are for an emergency, where there is no doctor or hospital for a wounded individual to be admitted to for help as a patient. If there is medical practictioners available, stop the bleeding and transport the wounded individual immediately to the nearest hospital or doctor.
Bullet and Missile Wounds
I am paraphrasing from a book called Emergency War Surgery , copyright 1982 by Desert Publications, reprinted by S.E.A. Publications and adding other information on wounds in general.
When it comes to any wound, don’t use Betadine on the wound itself, use it on the area surrounding the wound.
In this NATO handbook, Missile Caused wounds includes bullet wounds, shrapnel wounds, and other debris that can cause wounds becoming a projectile indirectly such as rocks, clothing, building materials, wood, and etc. They are broken down further into low velocity and high velocity missiles.
Low velocity missiles are knife and bayonet wounds. Relatively clean wounds with out a foreign object imbedded in them, such as a bullet. For low velocity wounds use the saline solution to clean the wound out and then suture them as you would a laceration, using chromic gut for internal wounds and nylon for the exterior wound.
High velocity wounds are from bullets or debris traveling at 2,000 feet per second, however it includes a .38 caliber pistol that only travels at 700 feet to second. The higher the velocity to more damage that the missile causes. Use the same procedure of washing the wound with a saline solution and removing any debris from the wound with sterile tweezers.
One of the worst problems with care of a bullet wound is that as the bullet impacts and departs, it leaves a vacuum to where the wound will be further contaminated by bacteria and foreign materials around the entrance and exit holes. This increases the risk of infection from high velocity wounds. A study by Thorsby in 1967 demonstrated that the bacteria Serratia marcescens uniformly grew along the bullet path.
The energy transfer between the missile and tissue results in alternating positive and negative waves of pressure forms cavities in tissue, which are wider through the interior of the body cavity along the missiles path. The more dense the part of the body where the bullet strikes, the more internal damage. For instance, bullets through the lungs create less damage because that part of the body is less dense, slowing down the internal cavity. The kinetic energy from the missile may literally destroy a blood vessel some distance from the bullet path. When in surgery, any tissue that does not bleed when cut, has to be removed. The type of wound from a missile may be a simple contusion or a penetrating and perforating wound.
Another factor that enters is the ballistic behavior of the missile. Does the bullet or fragment enter at a 90 degree angle to the body or at a smaller angle. Smaller angles of entrance, tend to produce yawing and tumbling motion through the tissue following a corkscrew type path from the entrance wound to the exit wound. This type of wound, that corkscrews through, usually starts larger in diameter at the entrance and slowly becomes smaller towards the exit.
Several studies have been done since 1892 on wounds. During World War 2, Korea, and Vietnam extensive evaluation was done concerning the areas of the body that were wounded in war. Head and neck wounds stayed constant at 17%, but dropped during Vietnam to 14 %. Thorax wounds stayed consistent at 7 %. Abdominal wounds slowly decreased from 8%-7%-5% during Vietnam. Upper extremity wounds varied greatly from 25% in WWII, 30% in Korea, and 18% in Vietnam. Lower extremity wounds also slowly declined 40% in WWII, 37% in Korea, to 36% in Vietnam. Other wounds went from 2 or 3% during WWII and Korea to 20% in Vietnam. Most of the wounds in Vietnam under this category were multiple wounds without a single location. I think this translates to shrapnel wounds or booby traps.
Wounds can be reduced by wearing a steel helmet or by using an armored vest. Of further interest, is that most wounds occurred while in a standing position rather than a prone position.