Recently, there was news of a potential terrorist attack in Austin, Texas. I found this of particular interest, having recently viewed a video on Agenda 21 influence there. According to The Daily Sheeple:
Law enforcement agencies in Texas have received a special threat advisory based on information provided by the Department of Homeland Security indicating Austin, Texas, has been singled out for a terrorist attack on Friday, August 9. Pasadena, California, is also mentioned in the advisory.
The above document was allegedly given to InfoWars.com. You can click on it for a readable PDF version.
By the way, Pasadena’s mayor is on the list of U.S. mayors who signed the U.S. Conference of Mayors Climate Protection Agreement, an Agenda 21 project.
According to The Daily Sheeple article, which seems to have been written by an InfoWars reporter:
The advisory claims unspecified terrorists or a terrorist group will emulate the Boston bombing by using backpack explosives. The target is said to be 6tth Street in Austin, a popular tourist attraction that is crowded on weekends.
“Additionally, the group plans to attack a school and theological seminary in the downtown Austin area and complete the attack with operations at the Austin-Bergstrom International Airport.”
If August 8-9 is not a viable for an attack, the terrorists will carry out their operation on August 29, according to the alert.
…Infowars.com reported on Thursday that multi-agency “homeland security” drills will be conducted in the Austin area over the next few weeks. Agencies involved in the joint operation include the FBI, the Austin Police Department, the Travis County Sheriff’s Office, and the University of Texas Police Department.
“The public should not be alarmed if they observe unordinary law enforcement or first responder activity over the next few weeks in the Austin area,” said DPS Director Steven McCraw, who is also the Texas Homeland Security Director.
Didn’t the Boston police announce a similar drill before the Boston Marathon, also telling the public not to be alarmed?
Then, on IntelliHub, a story on the Austin scare – with videos:
KXAN reported that the threat advisory warning law enforcement of a possible terror attack in Austin was ‘sent out by mistake,’ claiming that “someone released an official memo that they shouldn’t have, and that has caused fresh worries.”
…While the threat advisory was reportedly sent to law enforcement without official permission, it was, nevertheless, verified as authentic and based upon an actual Homeland Security warning.
…Was this individual acting out of conscience as a whistleblower to alert law enforcement officials, the media and the public to the fact that a “real” terror alert had been issued by Homeland Security for several specific locations ON THE SAME DATES that Homeland Security began conducting a multi-level joint-force terrorism drill in Austin?
…While the public has not been warned of an impending terror threat, the Texas Department of Public Safety did issue a press release on August 7 with information about drills it would be conducting in Austin during that same time period.
As the IntelliHub article points out, “terrorist” events often occur during these so-called “security drills”, which makes it appear that the drills are cover for the government’s false flags.
Also happening recently, a U.S. Army Civil Affairs and Psychological Operations Command (Airborne) exercise in Wisconsin.
According to “Sgt. 1st Class Patrick Leon, Delta Company first sergeant and noncommissioned officer in charge of the Civil Military Operations Center”, Gillet, Wisconsin “replicates what we may find in an overseas environment.”
Who knew that small-town Wisconsin was so similar to Afghanistan?
And the psy-ops part (in addition to the photo of the little girl):
During the assessments, the soldiers gathered information and learned about the infrastructure of the area, the leader’s role in the municipality, and their personality from hobbies, interests and religion, to daily activities.
Wikipedia has an interesting article on the USACAPOC(A).
This was also of interest. 2011 in Indiana: Guardsmen take part in nuclear drill at Muscatatuck
Monday’s training took place at the Muscatatuck Urban Training Center in Jackson County…
The Indiana National Guard provides security in the drill, specially-trained Marines practicing search and rescue, as well as decontamination. The idea is to make this as realistic as possible, including using civilian role players to cover every possible scenario.
Actors played the victims, acting dazed and confused, some wounded. The actors, like Roxanne Scott of Martinsville, are paid by the hour.
The scene looks relatively unsophisticated compared to the Boston event. Here’s the most recent version. From a local Fox station, July 31st (a news clip can be viewed through the linked Fox site):
More than 5,000 members of the military and civilians from across the country are taking part in the two-week, large-scale disaster response exercise. The scenario is a nuclear terrorist attack in Columbus, Ohio—and the backdrop is as close to the real thing as it gets.
About 200 medical mannequins and 300 live role players are part of the exercise– helping to train those involved…
This is the sixth training exercise Camp Atterbury and Muscatatuck have hosted since 2009– providing thousands of our men and women in uniform the training they need.
The training will wrap up August 17.
This also caught my attention: Are These The Last Days Of The U.S. Marine Corps?
It seems the current administration has been cutting funds to the Marine Corps since 2010. I don’t know what de-funding the Marine Corps means in the long run; however, I’m fairly certain that it’s not for the reasons they’re stating.
Regarding the aforementioned military drills, I understand that troops need to train. However, when you begin to view your government as untrustworthy and dangerous, then all their activities are suspect. Add to that suspicion the alleged “real” terror threats coinciding with planned exercises, collusion with Agenda 21, military psy-ops, and previous false flags, it seems a good idea to keep an eye on what “they” are doing.