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Hoarding of Just About Anything Can Be Banned
09-07-2014, 07:05 AM
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Hoarding of Just About Anything Can Be Banned
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These definitions are written in to the 1950 War and National Defense Defense (sic) Production Act, and so let’s see what the act itself has to say for itself.

§2072. Hoarding of designated scarce materials

In order to prevent hoarding, no person shall accumulate (1) in excess of the reasonable demands of business, personal, or home consumption, or (2) for the purpose of resale at prices in excess of prevailing market prices, materials which have been designated by the President asscarce materials or materials the supply of which would be threatened by such accumulation. The President shall order published in the Federal Register, and in such other manner as he may deem appropriate, every designation of materials the accumulation of which is unlawful and any withdrawal of such designation.

So the President can simply say that anything more than (for example) a week’s supply of food (and all the other things listed) is an amount ‘in excess of the reasonable demands of personal consumption’ and then order the Army to impound everything you have in excess of that amount.


http://codegreenprep.com/2013/06/prepper...d-illegal/

http://law.justia.com/codes/us/2010/titl...r/sec2072/

http://www.shtfplan.com/headline-news/re...y_09062014

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03-03-2015, 02:40 PM
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U.S. Gov. "Do as I say and not what I do"
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Don't want people to prep, but government is doing it!

Why is the Treasury Dept Seeking Survival Kits for Banks?

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