The American public is in complete ignorance of the events occurring, most if not all the events reported and under reported are in fact Beta testing of war game scenarios by both foreign and domestic agencies

Recently in my Southern East coast travels I met an Army non-com working in
supply and munitions. This individual held fast to top secret protocol not
divulging direct evidence of issues arising but had a few very note-worthy
suggestions for situational awareness. It is required in this persons duty
to have considerable knowledge of the weapons systems they are stocking and
requisitioning and also being read into where they are going. This also
requires daily meetings outlining events and threat matrix info, the basic
who what, where and when. In no uncertain terms, It was impressed upon to
me several key points. The American public is in complete ignorance of the
events occurring, most if not all the events reported and under reported
are in fact Beta testing of war game scenarios by both foreign and domestic
agencies. All are planned, but have multi-faceted focus depending on the
region. Bridges collapsing, trains de-railing, certain half-life materials
lost, super advanced tech, and economic cyber glitches. The major theme?
Understanding the response time, strategies, public, law enforcement and
ABC agencies, awareness. Steve, we are in a true Die Hard situation the
culprits know how all the players will act. They are counting on the police
and military to follow the protocols as designed, and the ignorant gung-ho
blind to lead the blind and the general public to fall for it. Its not the
events that occur, its the heist in disguise to watch for. They are already
set up and waiting for the trigger event. Martial law wont come into the
cities yet; they are going to tie the noose around the them first to choke
them out. Siege warfare. We are the John McClanes in this run away country;
we are the last line of defense. Yippie-kay-yay..

Disaster Nurse

Oct 17, 2013

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