Feb 07, 2014

englewood-colorado-stryker-armored-personnel-carriers-artillery-tank-fort-carson-colorado-martial-law-truth-frequency-radio-chris-geo-sheree-geo-alternative-media-news-informationI was driving home two days ago when I saw dozens of Stryker Armored Personnel Carriers stacked on top of railroad cars, in a line that seemed to stretch forever. I took a quick video and a few pics before I had to start paying attention to driving.

I was a bit dismayed by this public display of war, in a country that claims to be peaceful. I posted the video on Facebook and posted a few pictures when I got home.

The response was pretty incredible: Hundreds of likes and views overall on three different pages within a few hours. The comments in response were pretty good, too:

“That’s pretty damn unseemly, even if the current US military did require them for any form of legitimate means, I don’t see why they feel the need for a public display ; It’s almost like they’re either saying “get ready” or “we know something you don’t”. Or, more than likely, they are both rolled into one.”

– Marlz Wade, Facebook user

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“Could be going in for service as well..depending on which way these tracks are heading..if they are headed south, there is a repair facility in Texas and in California…but this seems like a lot of artillery”

– Donnie Gilson, host of “32 Degrees of Insanity” here at Truth Frequency

“While their use for martial law is a possibility, the military uses trains to move vehicles and equipment around for maintenance, training exercises, etc. quite often. It’s nothing new to be alarmed about.”

– Mark Davis, Facebook user

englewood-colorado-stryker-armored-personnel-carriers-artillery-tank-fort-carson-colorado-martial-law-truth-frequency-radio-chris-geo-sheree-geo-alternative-media-news-information(True, Mark: I’ll give it the benefit of the doubt, but I have to admit, so many at once really creeped me out!)

As part of giving it the benefit of the doubt, I had a relative whose husband is in the military check it out for me, and here’s what we found: The Strykers were on their way to Ft. Carson, CO. They are switching out the old, rusty tanks with brand-new, crazy technologically advanced armored personnel carriers.

“The Stryker gives you a lot of protection, a lot of firepower and a lot of capability,” Soriano said. “The Strykers provide a capability you would want in any combat situation.”

Interestingly enough, most military bases in the U.S. are falling apart at the seams, while Ft. Carson, on the other hand, has done quite well for w620-18f668b962a0dfa59a851b17dbc92c48itself lately.

Local business leaders praised the change, which they said could help shield Fort Carson as the Pentagon cuts nearly $1 trillion from its budget over 10 years.

With a mix of foot soldiers, Strykers and tanks, the post can mix and match to meet combat needs.

“That bodes well,” said Andy Merritt, chief defense industry officer with the Colorado Springs Regional Business Alliance. “In a situation where the military is changing its focus toward the Pacific, having a more flexible structure at Fort Carson means it has more value for the military.”

Steve Bucci, who studies defense issues for the Heritage Foundation in Washington, D.C, said the move puts Fort Carson at the leading edge of Army plans.

“It means they have as much flexibility as any organization in the Army and they can move into any number of environments if they need them to,” he said.

Bucci said it’s an indication that the post will weather Army downsizing.

“This would be a good sign for the fort that no one has any intention of making it go away anytime soon,” said Bucci, former top aide to former Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld. “The Army leadership is looking at them for the long haul.”…

…Congress recently approved nearly $250 million in construction spending to house the post’s 4th Combat Aviation Brigade, which is expected to reach its full strength of 2,800 soldiers this year.

englewood-colorado-stryker-armored-personnel-carriers-artillery-tank-fort-carson-colorado-martial-law-truth-frequency-radio-chris-geo-sheree-geo-alternative-media-news-informationAccording to the Gazette, the Strykers have already arrived at their destination. Unfortunately, the video cannot be embedded, but can be watched here.

Even more interesting is who was caught training at Ft. Carson just a few years ago to declare war on the “terrorists” (aka, the American people)? Why, the Russians, of course!

According to the spokesman, it will be the first time that the Russian airborne forces have held exercises with the U.S. airborne forces on the U.S. territory.

“According to the exercise scenario, soldiers of the two countries will hold a tactical airborne operation, including the reconnaissance of imaginary terrorists’ camp and a raid,” Kucherenko said.

“After the operation, a helicopter will evacuate the soldiers,” Kucherenko said, adding that the Russian soldiers will also exercise with the U.S. special service weapons in the drills in Fort Carson, Colorado.

englewood-colorado-stryker-armored-personnel-carriers-artillery-tank-fort-carson-colorado-martial-law-truth-frequency-radio-chris-geo-sheree-geo-alternative-media-news-informationAlso, according to Business Insider:

This announcement comes at a time when Russia actually has troops working in cooperation with China…

But so far there’s no official word from Beijing about what it thinks of its Russian ally traipsing over to Colorado next month. Perhaps the Chinese government has a keen interest in the upcoming American-Russian drills and is keeping quiet for the sake of learning something from Russia following the U.S.-hosted exercises at Fort Carson.

And according to Fox News, this is all an innocent get-together between the two of the most powerful militaries in the world, and shame on the “conspiracy theorists” for speculating that it’s anything more than that:

It’s the first step toward joint exercises in more complicated anti-terrorism operations such as helicopter drops, he said.

“This is the shake-hands, get-to-know-you kind of thing,” Osterholzer said. “What this is not is a massive counterterrorism exercise.”

Some people have seen sinister motives behind the appearance of troops from America’s longtime Cold War enemy at a U.S. Army post, he said.

“Conspiracy theorists are alive and well,” he said. Some people who’ve called Osterholzer have said President Barack Obama is a communist, or that the Russians plan to kidnap Americans and take them back to Russia, or that the training is a step toward universal world government.

“It’s been an interesting two weeks at the public affairs office,” he said.

englewood-colorado-stryker-armored-personnel-carriers-artillery-tank-fort-carson-colorado-martial-law-truth-frequency-radio-chris-geo-sheree-geo-alternative-media-news-informationAnd…it gets worse. In July of last year, it was reported that FEMA had signed a deal with Russian forces to patrol mass events in the U.S.:

As part of a deal signed last week in Washington DC between the Russian Emergency Situations Ministry and FEMA, Russian officials will provide “security at mass events” in the United States, a scenario that won’t sit well with Americans wary of foreign assets operating on US soil.

According to a press release by the Ministry of the Russian Federation for Civil Defense and Emergencies, US and Russian officials met on June 25 at the 17th Joint U.S.-Russia Cooperation Committee on Emergency Situations.

In addition to agreeing with FEMA to “exchange experts during joint rescue operations in major disasters,” the Russian Emergency Situations Ministry will also be providing “security at mass events” in the United States.

An unsettling report prepared by the Emergencies Ministry (EMERCOM) circulating in the Kremlin today on the just completed talks between Russia and the United States in Washington D.C. says that the Obama regime has requested at least 15,000 Russian troops trained in disaster relief and “crowd functions” [i.e. riot control] be pre-positioned to respond to FEMA Region III during an unspecified “upcoming” disaster.

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This suggests that events designated as “National Special Security Events” by the Department of Homeland Security, which include the Super Bowl, international summits such as the G8 and presidential inaugurations, will now rely partly on Russian authorities to provide security.

The meeting last week also agreed on the conclusion that US and Russian emergency authorities will increase their co-operation, “in order to respond efficiently to all kinds of disasters.”

englewood-colorado-stryker-armored-personnel-carriers-artillery-tank-fort-carson-colorado-martial-law-truth-frequency-radio-chris-geo-sheree-geo-alternative-media-news-informationSo, what could it mean when so many military vehicles used for martial law in other countries are being sent to Fort Carson? Maybe nothing. Or maybe, it means martial law is what’s up next for us. It’s been long rumored that the troops will be brought home to fight their own people. However, I truly believe that the globalists would love to invade Syria, and rape/plunder it like they did with Libya, Iraq, and countless other countries in the past, and this could simply be for training purposes. That’s where the Russian/UN peacekeeping forces will really come in handy, because who really wants to fight their own people?

And one must pay attention when Supreme Court Justices say things like this:

“Well of course Korematsu was wrong. And I think we have repudiated in a later case,” Scalia was quoted as telling students and faculty during a lunchtime question and answer session. “But you are kidding yourself if you think the same thing will not happen again.” Pointing to the Latin expression about laws falling silent during war-time, the longest-serving justice said, “That’s what was going on — the panic about the war and the invasion of the Pacific and whatnot.”

“That’s what happens,” Scalia continued. “It was wrong, but I would not be surprised to see it happen again, in time of war. It’s no justification, but it is the reality.” In other words, one of the nation’s top judicial officials believes that during a “time of war,” Americans run the risk of being unconstitutionally rounded up by the federal government and detained in camps like over 110,000 almost certainly innocent Japanese-descent individuals during World War II.

Read the evidence, watch the documentaries below, and decide for yourself. These are just tidbits of a wide ocean of information available out there. However, we must use a great amount of discernment when deciphering this information. Fear has a way of either motivating, or demoralizing. Stay safe, guys.



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