Monday, April 27, 2015

Over the past few weeks, we have been reporting that the government is preparing to conduct a series of military training exercises in which soldiers will be taught to deal with “civil unrest” among the American public. Now, a chilling new video has emerged of the National Guard doing just that.

Now, it has been revealed that these training exercises are meant to teach members of the military how to deal with “domestic dissidents” and that the soldiers need to be “reeducated to gain a new appreciation of US policies.”

“What is wrong with that is the fact that they are doing it not on base but in public,” said Infowars editor Paul Joseph Watson. “And we have to put this in the context of a spate of videos which have emerged in the recent weeks with not only National Guard but US Army troops in some cases working with police conducting these public drills which in some cases, not in this case but others, are based around crowd control and civil unrest.”

Watson went on to say that these drills were enacted as a reaction to violent protests in areas like Ferguson, where police forces were not prepared to deal with the level of dissidence.

“We need to buy these armored vehicles to deal with domestic political activists,” said a police chief in New Hampshire, another state with lots of liberal protesters.

Videos like the one above have made the American public increasingly paranoid that the government is using these exercises as a dry run for martial law. These fears were raised earlier this year when the government announced Operation Jade Helm, a training exercise set to take place this summer in Texas in which soldiers will infiltrate the American public to see if they can conduct a series of tasks unnoticed.

Many have connected Jade Helm to the mysterious closings of five Walmart stores across the country. Some say that these stores are about to be used as bases for these mysterious training exercises.

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