Feb 13, 2013
Just a couple years ago we reported that the U.S. military was involved in war gaming scenarios that included training for such things asÂ large scale economic collapse and civil unrest. Photos from the training exercisesÂ showed simulated situations that included protesters holding up â€œWe Need Food Nowâ€ signs. It was a clear sign that the government is preparing for just such an event, and that they were training military personnel to respond in theÂ capacity of a domestic police force.
The warnings we and others issued were ignored by most of the population and dismissed by many as nothing more than conspiracy theory and fear mongering.
A few years on, the military continues to step up exercises focused on urban deployment and as recently as last month held live exercises in heavily populated US metropolitan areas.
Residents of Miami and Houston were treated to troop mobilizations, machine gun fire, andÂ gunships flying over their cities. After concerned callers reported the activities to local news stations, the media quickly moved to calm fears of a terrorist attack or invasion. They smiled while they did it and shrugged off the unprecedented displays as just your average, everyday military exercise.
Except, of course, the US military, up until recently, has never openly trained in U.S. cities, and especially not in scores of cities with training spread over such a short period of time.
Which begs the question, why are the military and local law enforcement holding realistic urban training exercises on the streets of America when they could do it at any of the hundreds of training facilities around the world?
I was once stationed at Camp Lejuene, NC.Â As a Navy Corpsman, I helped care for Marines.Â I tell you this because inevitably there will be those that assume I hold some anti-military motive.
At no time during my time there were â€œrealistic urban trainingâ€ exercises conducted in towns and cities.Â This is a recent development.
The training has been coordinated with local, county and state agencies and officials, including the Ridgeland police and fire departments, according to a Marine Corps news release.
Although there is no danger, Farao said residents should stay away if they see training under way or uniformed personnel.
Realistic Urban Training is happening all over the U.S.
In Miami, Florida on January 26, 2013, Army Backhawk helicopters swooped through the city at night, firing door-guns and chasing make-believe bad guys like something out of an action movie.Â The fired blanks echoed off of the buildings, scaring many residents into taking cover.Â The local news reported excitedly about the exercise, stating it was only a drill and for residents not to be concerned. However, there was no journalistic follow up asking hard questions.Â Such as, who authorized an exercise without informing the public?Â Why conduct this type of training in a populated U.S. city and put citizens at risk?Â Isnâ€™t this a violation ofÂ Posse Comitatus?Â No hard follow up questions were asked, and to my knowledge, have not been since.
These are surely times that are going to come more and more frequently, all the while conditioning people for the take down. The dumbed down part of society will accept as being normal. A normal routine that just goes on. The kids of today will totally be imuuned to it providing the civil war doesn't break out first.
But this is all considered conditoning of the minds. Get use to it. When someone gets killed it will be just like any other day because what goes along with this will plenty of DESENSITIZING OF PEOPLE. Â People especially those who are not fighting for liberty and freedom just dont care what happens to people.
They will become the cold hearted at hand. That is until someone tries to take them out or their kids.