In Kentucky no less? This is getting a bit too close to home for comfort as far as I am concerned. I take no credit for what follows. This is simply information that I have found and wanted to pass along to all of my fellow Kentuckians. This is information that I consider to be important to us all, if it makes you uncomfortable and steers your thought process in a direction previously uncharted, then I know that I have done my job.
Please people, wake up and open your eyes to what is going on around you.
I got an email from someone who I know and is part of the Tennessee State Militia/Guard. The various units of the Tn. State Guard are listed here.
Let me explain the Tennessee State Guard first. 22 Governors got together last year and created State Militia/Guards that can not be federalized as the National Guards can be. They also did this due to the Federal government taking the equipment from the National Guards and sending it over to Iraq and Afghanistan. When the Governors have requested the equipment back for the state the Federal government has said “It is too expensive to bring back.” The states have had to do without equipment for any emergencies of the individual states.
3/5/13 9:14 am – Correction: The Tennessee State Guard has been around for a few years.
The governors decided they would form their own State Militias/Guards that can not be controlled by the federal government at any time and they are strictly under the State control along with all the equipment purchased.
The person who contacted me, did so due to my article about the DHS armored vehicles and the picture I took of one when I was in Kentucky.
Here are the pictures I took.
|Armored DHS vehicle in Kentucky|
|Armored DHS vehicle in Kentucky|
The email with this information is from someone I have the utmost respect for.
Here is the contents of the email from the person who is part of the Tennessee State Militia and was at a meeting a couple of weeks ago after getting the following email from them today 3/4/13 regarding the above Armored DHS vehicles.
At our last “meeting” several weeks ago, we were advised by a High Ranking Official of the State Guard that they stopped vehicles of this type coming from KY into TN. The troops were wearing very distinct uniforms for the Dept. of Homeland Security that were not recognized and the men they stopped were Eastern European, probably Russian. Apparently, there is some type of FEMA/DHS camp somewhere in Kentucky?
After receiving the above email, we spoke on the phone, I wanted to find out more information about the Russian/Eastern European DHS troops that were handling the armored vehicles.
During our phone conversation. They told me that the uniforms were not typical DHS uniforms but they had Eagles on their sleeves and it was stressed these were different DHS uniforms than regular ones. The Russian/Eastern troops were not armed that were in the DHS uniforms and they were very polite to the State Militia. They were stopped from coming into Tennessee. This person told me that in Gatlinburg, Tennessee people are reporting being questioned and stopped by DHS that are Russian. I was also told that the high ranking official mentioned Kentucky FEMA camps.
I wrote about how I found out the Smoky Mountains are part of the UN last year, as most of our National Parks, including the Grand Canyon, Statue of Liberty, etc. after I saw a plaque (took pictures of it) at Newfoundland Gap last year.
After speaking with this person, I have to wonder if Russian UN/DHS troops are now being placed around the Smoky Mountains.
I have researched and found what could be the Military installation that the armored vehicle came from pictured in the area of Kentucky, I saw them. It is The Bluegrass Army Chemicals installation of 14600 acres. That installation has 523 tons of Nerve Chemical weapons. It is also a possible FEMA camp. It has a very strange layout. All of that information is in the video.
Video about the Russian Troops, DHS vehicles, 22 State Guard/Militias, Kentucky Chemical Depot/FEMA camp?, UN Biospheres:
Portion of a Fox News article regarding Obama’s 2011, signed agreement with Russia, and Russian training in Colorado:
The training is the result of a U.S.-Russian agreement signed a year ago. The objectives are to create a basic relationship between the two nations’ militaries and to build an understanding about how each other’s military works, including communications, Osterholzer said.
That knowledge is vital in joint military and humanitarian operations such as anti-terrorism measures and disaster relief, he said.