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"FAR RIGHT FRINGE CONSPIRACY THEORIST" ALTERNATIVE MEDIA MALIGNED AS UNTRUTHFUL, MISLEADING, LUDICROUS, BIZARRE
CONDITIONING US TO THE NEW NORMAL; ARE YOU DESENSITIZED YET?
JUST LIKE DENYING BLACKHAWK HELICOPTERS FLY LOW OVER POPULATED AREAS WHEN YOU SEE THEM WITH YOUR OWN EYES FLYING AT UNDER 500 FEET,
RATTLING YOUR WINDOWS, CHINA, TV OR COMPUTER,
DISTURBING YOUR SLEEP, TERRIFYING YOU AND YOUR CHILDREN
MSM Caught Lying: Breaking Jade Helm Update:
Published on Mar 27, 2015
Retired Staff Sergeant Joe Biggs breaks down the current crop of talking points and outright lies by the Pentagon and Main Stream Media as they attempt to discredit and smear infowars.com. They label Alex Jones and Joe Biggs as extremist conspiracy theorists even though time after time we put out reports that are sourced with army documents and testimony from vets that know of the plans to disarm Americans. http://www.infowars.com/beyond-denial... http://www.infowars.com/entire-federa...
THE PROOF: ARMY DOCUMENTS HAVE NEVER BEEN SECRET;
SGT. JOE BIGGS, PURPLE HEART RECIPIENT, EXPOSES THE FACTS:
MOST RECENT PUBLIC (NOT SECRET) DOCUMENT RIGHT HERE,
A massive U.S. military drill dubbed “Jade Helm 15” lists Texas, Utah, and part of California as “hostile” or “insurgent pocket” territory. The unclassified information about this drill is causing widespread alarm nationwide, with more than a few analysts suggesting it may be some sort of exercise practicing to impose martial law on Americans fed up with an out-of-control federal government. During the exercises, which will take place over the summer, Special Forces from various branches of the military will work with local law-enforcement in scenarios that, to critics at least, sound suspiciously like they are aimed at subduing rebellious American civilians and states amid a civil war or large-scale unrest. The federal government issued a response dismissing the concerns and saying that the training is to help U.S. forces prepare for overseas missions, but not everyone is convinced.
The most alarming components of the drills highlighted by concerned citizens and media commentators surround an unclassified presentation about Jade Helm 15’s “realistic military training” that was apparently leaked. In a graphic showing the territory across which the training will take place — essentially the American Southwest — different states are colored based on the fictional status of their loyalty to Washington. Colorado, Nevada, and most of California, for example, are dark blue, indicating that they are “permissive.” Utah and Texas are both shaded red, indicating that they are “hostile.” Southern California is also red, with a note reading “insurgent pocket.” Arizona is light blue, which in the legend is listed as “uncertain (leaning friendly),” while New Mexico is brown, or “uncertain (leaning hostile).” Two more states, Florida and Louisiana, have reportedly been added to the exercise.
According to the presentation, the eight-week training program involves Navy SEALs, Army Special Forces Command (Green Berets), Air Force Special Operations Command, Marine Special Operations Command, Marine Expeditionary Units, the 82nd Airborne Division, and unspecified “interagency partners.” Underneath the logo for the Jade Helm drills, a sword with two arrows crossing it, it reads: “Master the Human Domain.” What exactly that means was not clear, but at least some critics of the exercise have suggested it may be a euphemism for subjugating the population of the United States. Indeed, as other analysts have noted, citing available information, the drill almost certainly has nothing to do with defending the Southern border from invasion. The few details that have been provided, though, are causing concern among analysts.
On a slide explaining “what to expect” during the two-month training program for “unconventional warfare,” the document warns of “increased aircraft in the area at night,” possible noise complaints, personnel carrying weapons with blank ammo, and more. Especially alarming to critics of the program is that “some individuals may conduct suspicious activities designed to prepare them for complex environments overseas,” and that “some participants will be wearing civilian attire and driving civilian vehicles.” Separately, a slide describing what “realistic military training” means has also raised alarm. The document mentions that it will be conducted “outside of federally owned property” and that it is designed to “ensure proper coordination between DOD representatives and local and regional authorities.” News reports citing military officials said the DEA, FBI, and the “Joint Personnel Recovery Agency” (JPRA) would also be participating.
Citing other recently leaked U.S. military documents such as “FM 3-39.40 Internment and Resettlement Operations” about interning American civilians in camps, using “psyops” (psychological operations) on those detainees to affect their views, and more, David Hodges with the Common Sense Show said the drill is “undoubtedly the most frightening thing to occur on American soil since the Civil War.” In a widely re-published article about the training program, he said it could be “conclusively stated” that the drill was really about “preparing for a Red, White and Blue invasion.” “This is a massive rehearsal for martial law implementation as well as implementing the proverbial and much rumored Red and Blue List and the ‘snatch and grab’ extractions of key resistance figures from the Independent Media as well as uncooperative political figures,” Hodges added. “The various provisions of Jade Helm make it clear just how dangerous this drill truly is.”
Responding to widely expressed concerns that the scheme is “preparation for imposing martial law or subduing right-leaning groups and individuals,” as the military publication Stars and Stripes put it, U.S. Army Special Operations Command denied the accusation. “That notion was proposed by a few individuals who are unfamiliar with how and why USASOC conducts training exercises,” USASOC spokesman Army Lt. Col. Mark Lastoria was quoted as saying. “This exercise is routine training to maintain a high level of readiness for Army Special Operations Forces because they must be ready to support potential missions anywhere in the world on a moment’s notice.” He re-iterated those comments in other interviews as well. Despite being referred to as “routine,” it was not clear whether any similar drill identifying U.S. states as “hostile” had ever taken place — except perhaps amid the Civil War.
In comments quoted by the Houston Chronicle, which made its bias obvious in the first sentence by claiming that the drills had “stirred some ultra-right-wing fears of a government takeover in the Lone Star State,” local law enforcement officials also shed some light on what to expect. “They're going to set up cells of people and test how well they're able to move around without getting too noticed in the community,” Chief Deputy Roy Boyd with the Victoria County Sheriff's Office was quoted as saying by the paper. “They're testing their abilities to basically blend in with the local environment and not stand out and blow their cover.” A former Army Intelligence officer was also quoted downplaying fears about the drill and suggesting that it was largely routine training.
Separately, the Chronicle attempted to belittle concerns expressed by critics about the program. National radio host Alex Jones, for example — whose audience dwarfs the readership and listenership of many “mainstream” outlets, including the Chronicle — was introduced as part of the “far-right fringe” movement. Jones’ radio show and online portal Infowars played a key role in raising awareness about the drills under the headline “Feds Preparing to Invade Texas, List State as Hostile.” The supposed “journalist” at the Chronicle, apparently unable to contain himself or conceal his extreme bias, went on to describe the website Freedom Outpost, which also raised concerns about the drill and suggested it was practice for domestic martial law, as “ultra-libertarian.”
Jade Helm drill may well just be nothing more than training U.S. forces for “overseas missions,” as officials claim. However, considering the known details of the exercise and the accelerating anti-constitutional lawlessness of the federal government, it is hardly unreasonable to express concerns. In fact, anybody who is not concerned by the current state of U.S. affairs is simply not paying attention.
Beyond Denial: Preparations For Martial law In America:
Published on Mar 28, 2015
The establishment media’s reaction to the upcoming Jade Helm military exercise has characterized concerns about the drill as being founded in nothing more than “right-wing paranoia,” but the exhaustive history of how the federal government and the U.S. Army have made preparations for martial law in America is beyond denial. The federal government and the U.S. Army have been readying for domestic unrest for decades, and preparations are accelerating exponentially.
Jade Helm! Night Time Military Training Black Hawk Helicopters over Coral Springs, Florida: (These Low & Noisy Night Flights Having Been Done Routinely Over Delaware For The Last Two Years; They Claim They Are Flying at 1500 Feet Altitude-NO WAY!)
"March 23, 2015 I was shaken by the loud rumbling of 4 Black Helicopters flying over my neighborhood for about 2 hours. I was unnerved by this, because this has never happened before in my quiet & peaceful city. I did a little searching on twitter, and was notified by Coral Springs City Commissioner, Dan Daley that this was a scheduled military training operation.
March 24, 2015 around 8:20pm I heard the helicopters flying over my house again, and I found it odd, so I grabbed my phone and waited for them to pass over again so I catch them on video. As you can see in the first iPhone video, it was extremely dark outside, so I decided to film it with my Canon 5D MKIII, but had to crank the ISO up as far as it could go, 12800. This went on until around 10:00pm.
The American Civil Liberties Union of Delaware (ACLU) has filed a complaint in the Delaware Court of Chancery against the Red Clay Consolidated School District over its referendum last month.
The complaint alleges Red Clay used its governmental power to skew election results in favor of the tax increase.
According to the complaint, Red Clay scheduled family fun nights to sway voters.
"They scheduled other family events so to make sure that parents of school children who they considered more likely to vote for the tax increase would be at the school, which is also the polling place, on the day of the referendum," alleged Kathleen Macrae, Executive Director of the ACLU of Delaware.
Pati Nash, spokeswoman for Red Clay, said the district did host those events, but would have no way of knowing how those attending would vote.
"They were not done with as asserted (in the complaint) designed only to get the vote out that would most likely support the tax increase or to, in anyway, knowingly dissuade anyone from voting," said Nash.
The complaint also alleges that empty school buses were parked to block handicap parking spots and even gave away free pizza to students after their parents voted.
"It limited access for other people, especially elderly people or people that had mobility problems to be able to get to the polls and vote against the tax increase if that's what they wanted to do," said Macrae.
Nash said that's simply not true.
"There were some buses at Marbrook (Elementary School) in the afternoon to pick up children, who had after school activities, but they were never parked in front of the handicapped spots, she said. "I've been told they were parked in the circle in front of the school."
Nash said the district following the guidelines from the Board of Elections.
"We put on a fair campaign," said Nash.
The complaint also named the Board of Elections for New Castle County, which certified the election results after state Senator Karen Peterson called for an investigation intoallegations of voter fraud.
"They were well aware that there were many complaints filed about the way the election was handled yet they went ahead and certified the results anyway," said Macrae.
"We just received the complaint and haven't had a chance to review it with the Department of Justice," said Anthony Albence, Director of the Board of Elections for New Castle County.
Peterson told WDEL that a few instances of fraud had been identified, but they would not have been enough to sway the outcome of the referendum.
"The ACLU filed this complaint because, above all else, every voter must be given fair and equal access to the ballot box. That is a fundamental value of our democracy," said Kathleen MacRae, the group's executive director, in a news release. "This complaint has nothing to do with the results of the referendum. It has everything to do with process. Government, including school districts, cannot use their power to rig elections in violation of state and federal law."
Sen. Karen Peterson asked the board not to affirm the vote totals, presenting 35 emails from constituents reporting problems. Peterson said constituents reported schools sending students older than 18 to vote during class time and schools placing signs in their buildings urging "yes votes."
"This was illegal electioneering," Peterson said. "In these elections, the schools are bound by the same rules that political candidates are. This would be like me going into a polling place on Election Day and placing signs saying, 'Vote for Karen Peterson,' and giving pizza to people who voted."