URBAN WAR EXERCISES: Houston, Miami, Galveston, WHY?

It appears that the ARMY is preparing for "combat" with U.S. Citizens in the near future. In the past soldiers trained to fight overseas, but now $170,000,000 has been spent on a new facility in Twentynine Palms Military Base, 170 miles northeast of San Diego specifically for Urban combat. This coupled with the recent orders placed for hundreds of millions of rounds of ammunition suggest something beyond the ordinary.

Given that the 9/11 "false flag" is still accepted as true one can only wonder what new horrors await us in the months ahead.? This is not idle conjecture because everything is in place for the worst of our nightmares in the near future.

Also, there is an ongoing merging of the Military with local Police as seen in Los Angeles: Joint Military Training Exercises will be held evenings in downtown Los Angeles through Thursday, according to the Los Angeles Police Department.

The LAPD will be providing support for the exercises, which will also be held in other portions of the greater Los Angeles area, police said.

Training sites "have been carefully selected to ensure the event does not negatively impact the citizens of Los Angeles and their daily routine," a department official said.

The training, which a department official said would involve helicopters, has been coordinated with local authorities and owners of the training sites, police said.

Police said safety precautions have been taken to prevent risk to the general public and military personnel involved.

The exercises are closed to the public, police said.

In addition we have the 2013 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) which has removed "due process" and habeus corpus which have been the foundation of our judicial system for hundreds of years. Anyone can now be arrested by the Military and never have a day in court. Whatever is being planned, it does not look good.

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Is This the Family Gun, Dad?

Fratricide or Democide, Call it What You Will

"Is this the family gun, dad"? Sean Penn's character asks on finding the gun that his father used to kill his brother in At Close Range.