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JADE HELM 15 FEMA COFFINS AND HUGE MILITARY VEHICLE BUILDUP – SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA

by on Apr.14, 2015, under News Events

With a large swath of Southern California listed as ‘hostile’ in the upcoming US Military’s Jade Helm 15 ‘martial law’ roundup, YouTube videographer me meow decided to videotape his regular drive by the Yermo Logistics Marine Base north of Barstow, California and his videotaping yielded some unexpected results.

Southern California

Besides showing us that there are many more vehicles on the base now than the normal number of vehicles he usually sees, he also appears to have captured a huge number of FEMA coffins stacked up on the base as seen in the images above and below and thevideo below beginning at the 2 minute 30 second mark.

With America expected to have 240+ million LESS inhabitants in only 10 years than we do now and Jade Helm 15’s official kick-off only months away, military preparation on a massive scale is now being witnessed from coast to coast and this newly released videois no exception with the added caveat of what appear to be FEMA coffins thrown into the mix, adding more proof to the evidence that these upcoming ‘drills’ will be anything but ‘drills’.

The meat of this video begins at the 1 minute 30 second mark when the videographer arrives at the base and continues on for the next several minutes as he tells us that the actual number of military vehicles on the base are 5X the number that we can see in thisvideo.

Are those FEMA coffins stacked up at the 2:30 mark or something else entirely? In the 2nd video below from haskellfilmz we see that residents of Arizona are being warned of Jade Helm 15 by homemade signs left on the streets as Americans are rapidly awakening across the country to the forthcoming possible martial law takeover of our nation.

Check out what appear to be FEMA coffins from this newly released video and compare them to the known FEMA coffins from Georgia taken back in 2009 in the 2nd and 3rd images below. Are these the same things? If so, is this more proof that Jade Helm 15 will be anything but ‘benevolent exercises’?

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China reports 5th death from H7N9 bird flu

by on Apr.04, 2013, under News Events

English.news.cn   2013-04-04 23:00:20

SHANGHAI, April 4 (Xinhua) — Authorities in Shanghai said Thursday night that another person has died from H7N9 bird flu, bringing the death toll from the new deadly strain to five around the country.

The city has reported six infections to date, and four have died, said the Shanghai Municipal Health and Family Planning Commission.

Of the rest two, there was a four-year-old, the agency said. The baby was recovering from mild illness, it added.

The person died at Huashan Hospital on Wednesday and was confirmed infected with the H7N9 strain on Thursday. The commission gave no further information on the latest case.

Also on Thursday, the commission reported the city’s third death from the H7N9 bird flu.

The case involved a 48-year-old man surnamed Chu, a poultry transporter from Rugao in neighboring Jiangsu Province.

He developed symptoms of cough on March 28. After having a fever on Monday, he went to a private clinic for treatment. The man then sought help in the Tongji Hospital in Shanghai in the early hours of Wednesday after his condition worsened.

Chu died three hours after being admitted to the hospital. He was confirmed infected with the H7N9 virus on Thursday. Eight people who had close contact with him have shown no abnormal symptoms.

So far, China has confirmed 14 H7N9 cases — six in Shanghai, four in Jiangsu, three in Zhejiang and one in Anhui, in the first known human infections of the lesser-known strain. Of all, four died in Shanghai and one died in Zhejiang.

China’s Ministry of Agriculture said Thursday the H7N9 avian flu virus has been detected from pigeon samples collected at a marketplace in Songjiang District of Shanghai.

After gene sequence analysis, the national avian flu reference laboratory concluded that the strain of the H7N9 virus found on pigeons was highly congenetic with those found on persons infected with H7N9 virus.

The ministry has ordered beefed-up monitoring of H7N9 bird flu virus in more areas.

China’s health authorities have promised transparency and cooperation to the World Health Organization in regards to human infections of the new strain of bird flu.

The Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention said Wednesday that no human-to-human transmission of H7N9 has been discovered and no epidemiological connection between these cases has been found.

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Military equipment flowing to local law enforcement raises questions

by on Jan.27, 2013, under News Events

Military equipment flowing to local law enforcement raises questions

Military equipment flowing to local law enforcement raises questions photo
Jason Getz / AJC
An armored truck is seen in the Sandy Springs Fire Station No. 4
Military equipment flowing to local law enforcement raises questions photo
Cobb County has two armored vehicles. One was military surplus and the other the police department bought using grant money.

By Rhonda Cook

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

The southeast Georgia town of Bloomingdale is tiny but well-armed.

Metro Atlanta police departments and sheriff’s offices have armored trucks and personnel carriers in their arsenals.

And the Carroll County Sheriff’s Office has in its possession four grenade launchers should there be a need to send canisters of tear gas or bean bags into a volatile situation.

All donated surplus military equipment available to law enforcement agencies nationwide — large and small.

Some people are upset that there are local law enforcement agencies armed with such weapons of war.

But the agencies that got the guns, armored vehicles and grenade launchers say it sends a message to would-be criminals: Officers “are armed to meet any threat,” so criminals should just stay away, said Bloomingdale Police Chief Roy Pike.

“Having the equipment precludes having to use it,” Pike said. “In the 20 years I’ve been here, we haven’t had to use deadly force against anybody.”

From the so-called 1033 program operated by a U.S. Department of Defense unit, Pike’s department of 13 officers acquired a grenade launcher for shooting tear gas, two M14 single-shot semi-automatic rifles and two M16 military-style rifles converted to semi-automatic from automatic.

The Defense Department established the 1033 program in the late 1990s to provide state and local law enforcement agencies with weapons, helicopters, armored vehicles, body armor, night vision equipment, surveillance equipment and protective gear. It also provides such things as surplus .45-caliber handguns and first-aid supplies.

Several local law enforcement officials said if their agencies had to buy the stuff, they’d just do without most of it. But since it’s donated, they find a place for it.

There is no cost to local taxpayers since they’ve already paid for the equipment with their federal taxes.

According to the most recent inventory by the Georgia Department of Public Safety, $200 million in surplus military equipment and weapons is in the hands of 600 Georgia law enforcement agencies, large and small.

Some say it’s an example of the militarization of police departments.

“I think military-grade weapons should be restricted to just that, the military. If local police run into a situation where someone is using those types of weapons, then call in the National Guard,” said LaShanda Hardin, who lives in Clayton County.

The Cato Institute, a Washington-based think tank that promotes individual liberty and limited government, believes the military surplus program should be shut down, said Tim Lynch, director of the criminal justice project.

“When this equipment is given away, police departments start saying, ‘Let’s grab it.’ ” And once the equipment is in the hands of law enforcement, “we have militarized units going into the community in situations where they aren’t warranted,” Lynch said.

“This is one of the most alarming trends in American policing,” Lynch continued. “We used to call them peace officers and they would treat people … with more respect and civility. We’re getting away from that. We’re getting into these military tactics and mindset that the people they (police) come into contact with are the enemy … and part of this is the militarized units in police departments.”

According to state records, the Georgia Department of Corrections has one armored truck and the state Department of Homeland Security has seven armored vehicles.

State records also show agencies that have benefited from the program include:

  • The Waycross Police Department, which has two armored personnel carriers and 16 M15 rifles.
  • The Cartersville Police Department, which has an armored personnel carrier and 17 M14 rifles.
  • The Doraville Police Department, which has an armored personnel carrier.
  • Newnan PD, which has an armored personnel carrier, 15 M16s and 12 M14s.
  • Clayton County PD, which has a helicopter, an armored truck, 11 M16s and five M14s.
  • Cobb County PD, which has an armored truck, 106 M16s and eight M14s. Cobb also has a second armored vehicle, which it bought using federal grant funds.

 

Other agencies with armored trucks include the Sandy Springs and Pelham police departments and the Gordon, Morgan, Oconee, Pickens and Walton county sheriffs offices.

According to state records, the U.S. Department of Defense has put the value of the armored personnel carriers at almost $245,000 each and the armored trucks at around $65,000 each. State records did not assign a value to the rifles or the grenade launchers.

The agencies who have them say they save lives, and there is a waiting list of agencies that want armored vehicles as well as weapons.

“It gives the … SWAT guys a protection to where they can get closer to the folks shooting at them,” said Don Sherrod, director of excess property for the Georgia Department of Public Safety, which oversees the program for the DOD. “When you pull up in something … and the bullets start bouncing off, they (criminals) give up.”

Cobb County Police Department SWAT uses its two armored vehicles to extricate people from a “hot zone” or to get officers closer to a “volatile situation.”

Capt. Craig Dodson of the Carroll County Sheriff’s Office said the agency has grenade launchers that have not been used, but they are held in reserve for scenarios that require deputies to fire tear gas canisters or non-lethal bean bags. He said the agency also has not yet used any of its 65 M16 semi-automatic rifles from the program.

“Our goal is to try to equip every patrolman in the law enforcement division with a rifle,” Dodson said.

“The M16 … gives you more capability to penetrate body armor or to make long-distance shots if you are not able to get closer. … It’s a safety blanket. We ask people to go out and do a job, and we want to give them the tools to be safe and do the job.”

But regardless of what law enforcement officials contend, Kimberly Binns, a multimedia designer who lives in Decatur, is alarmed by what military-grade firepower could mean for law-abiding citizens.

“I do not see the need for police departments to have such an extended arsenal,” she said.

Candace Garrett Daly, a Cobb County homemaker, is equally unnerved.

“What are we headed to?” Garrett asked. “Whatever it is seems to be already in motion at a breakneck speed. The police are preparing for an enemy. My question is, ‘Who is the enemy?”

Data specialist Kelly Guckian and staff writer Ernie Suggs contributed to this article.


By the numbers

About 600 Georgia police agencies are participating in a program with the U.S. Department of Defense that allows them to acquire surplus military weapons and vehicles. A by-the-numbers look at the program.

Military-style rifles (M-14, M-16): 3,532

Grenade launchers: 8

Armored trucks/personnel carriers: 26

Unaccounted for weapons: 26

Total value of the weapons, vehicles: $200 million

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Four die in murder-suicide in Colorado

by on Dec.18, 2012, under News Events

Four people have been killed in a murder-suicide in the US state of Colorado.

Four people have been killed in a murder-suicide in the US state of Colorado.
Tue Dec 18, 2012 11:31PM
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A gunman has killed three people in a mobile home and then killed himself in the US state of Colorado.

The incident occurred early Tuesday morning in a rural neighborhood near Longmont, Colorado, police said.

The police found the dead bodies of two men and two women.

According to police spokesperson Tim Schwartz, a woman at the home called 911 at about 4 a.m.

“The dispatcher hears that female saying, ‘No, no, no!’ followed by gunshots,” Schwartz said.

The shooter killed her while she was on the phone. Police said the man then grabbed the phone, saying he was going to kill himself.

“A male then gets on the phone and says that he’s going to kill himself. The dispatcher hears another gun shot,” Schwartz added.

There is no word yet on the gunman’s motives.

On December 14, twenty children and six adult victims were fatally shot by a gunman — who later killed himself — at the Sandy Hook Elementary School in the town of Newtown in the US state of Connecticut. Earlier in the day, the assailant killed his mother in another location.

There have been reports that the twenty-year-old killer, Adam Lanza, suffered from a personality disorder, was on the antidepressant Prozac, and was fond of first-person shooter games.

Every year, more than 30,000 people are shot and killed in the United States.

The US averages 87 gun deaths each day as a function of gun violence, with an average of 183 injured, according to the University of Chicago Crime Lab and the Centers for Disease Control.

The year 2012 has been a record setting year for gun sales in the US.

About 4.5 million firearms are sold annually in the United States at a cost of 2 to 3 billion dollars.

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