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I have not searched for secondary sources for this information. Any secondary confirmations from my Militia Allies - even if your information is "soft" - is appreciated. - K
If there is even a grain of truth in the report, every Patriot should be at a heightened state of readiness. If there is ANY confirmation, full defensive posture should be assumed, including, perhaps, even making certain you travel in Buddy Teams.
Mmm... If you're pushing me for a response right now, it would be "bullshit".ReplyDelete
Too much intel to the contrary at the moment.
This is interesting.ReplyDelete
Jade Helm 15 exercise, Colorado backs out
Now local media in Colorado are reporting Colorado is not going to participate in the exercise. NORAD and NORTHCOM also have a huge law enforcement role as well as federal military forces. The old ENT or NORAD had a primary goal to protect US and Canadian airspace and maritime defense but today the role of NORAD is much broader and also includes homeland security, countering transnational criminal networks and stopping smugglers and other activity.
"It’s safe to say NORAD is the nerve center for monitoring super storms, cyberattacks and domestic & foreign terrorist attacks. To say Colorado is excluded from any of this activity training or otherwise is nonsense. Colorado is the nerve center for Martial Law if and when it’s ever ordered on a mass scale in the west, east or both NORAD will be there."
"The name Jade Helm (blue helmet) itself has raised eyebrows in the Prepper and survivalist community. Blue Helmet can be attributed to UN forces which also has concerns of real martial law orders in the USA."
Just a coincidence with the Cheyenne Mountain Post?
Going to have to agree with Alan, there's nothing else showing up.ReplyDelete
Zero chatter here K.ReplyDelete
Sorry ... jade is mostly green not blue.ReplyDelete
Crawling back into my lurker hole now.
I'm not seeing anything pop either - reducing to "speculation - at best" for now.ReplyDelete
No PIPs here, sir. Gonna have to call it BS.Delete
My AO has had experienced an uptick in flyoversReplyDelete
by helicopters for about 2 - 3 months now.
The most recent was on Wednesday afternoon.
A Kiowa with 2.75 pods mounted on both sides
did a lower than normal pass (for military traffic) over a
Before anyone barks, I did not say the pods were
loaded and ready for use. I am only reporting the
flyby with mounted pods.
Yes, the Kiowa is supposedly being retired.
No, it is nowhere close to being phased out of