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Special army unit ready to be deployed on American soil just before Nov. elections

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posted on Apr, 15 2010 @ 12:14 PM

Originally posted by Jordan River
This honestly sounds like Rome is building up their army within. What are we becoming a militia based country now? Now we have fear within the state itself. It seems like the united states can not control their own people any more. I don't like it because the truth of the matter is that the white men don't like a black president. That is true enough for me

Don't you mean half-black president? I love how people forget about the white momma when they want to make other people look racist.

Your statement is really, really ignorant.

posted on Apr, 15 2010 @ 12:17 PM
Really, now this thread deserves to die. Pages and pages back this has 'article' has been throughly disproved. It is ignorant fear mongering and needs to go away.

posted on Apr, 15 2010 @ 06:09 PM
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posted on Apr, 15 2010 @ 09:19 PM
Have to find a way for the democrats to win now that ACORN is gone.

posted on Apr, 15 2010 @ 09:40 PM
Its threads like this that make ATS lose all credibility. Sad...someone needs to go start a site that isnt being run rampant by 14 years olds somehow.

posted on Apr, 15 2010 @ 11:27 PM
At the last referendum in Quebec for our independance Canadian Troops were mobilized. Hopefully nothing happened, at all.

Corruption seems to surface here though.

posted on Apr, 15 2010 @ 11:33 PM
reply to post by gagol

Your media in Quebec is pretty good about not sweeping things under the rug so corruption is more visible. Or, yes, the whole province could be run by Hell's Angels.

posted on Apr, 20 2010 @ 06:26 PM

Originally posted by Signals
COME ON people the source on the OP (no offense SWCCFAN) is complete


The response force was assigned on Oct. 1 2008 to U.S. Northern Command, Peterson Air Force Base, Colo., and placed under the operational control of U.S. Army North, Fort Sam Houston, Texas.


It's Already Done! They say the Actual force size is only 4,700 and thats available to NORTHCOM 24/7 they can have another 20,000 in approx 72 hours and full strength of nearly 80,000 within a month. Or so the DHS/FEMA Plan states. I would imagine it also has bering on the COG plan.

So its not Crap ... No offense.

posted on Apr, 20 2010 @ 06:28 PM

Originally posted by Awory
Really, now this thread deserves to die. Pages and pages back this has 'article' has been throughly disproved. It is ignorant fear mongering and needs to go away.

Valid Information is fear mongering? When did that start? Clueless maybe?

posted on Apr, 26 2010 @ 05:54 PM
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Another source... From this thread

Within one month of the November midterm elections, a specially tasked unit of the United States Army will be on alert and ready to deploy within the borders of the United States to quell “civil unrest” that some fear may afflict the nation in the summer months prior to the elections.

Predictably, advocates of the unlawful deployment of our military use fear to foment support this action. They call to mind the summer of 1968 when riots and demonstrations decrying the country’s prolonged conflict with Viet Nam plagued some of America’s large cities. The summer of 2010, they advert, could be “our long, hot summer of discontent.” In order to prevent that eerie specter from becoming reality, proponents encourage Americans to welcome the calming presence of armed American troops patrolling potential hotspots.

The subordination of such an outfit, known as the Consequence Management Response Force (CCMRF), under the command of US Army Northern Command (NORTHCOM) was documented last year by this writer in The New American. Lest any suppose that such an overt act of tyranny be the product of our current President’s fertile fascist imagination, that account related how President Barack Obama was simply carrying out the historic reassignment implemented by President George W. Bush, who in 2008 claimed that as commander-in-chief, the President was authorized by the Constitution to use the armed forces as he saw fit, congressional opposition notwithstanding.

In response to the Bush administration’s pronouncement, the Cato Institute published a warning of the dangers of using a brigade of the United States Army as a domestic police force. The Cato Institute article reported that the 3rd Infantry Division’s 1st Brigade Combat Team would be brought home from Iraq and combined with 15,000–20,000 other soldiers to form the new unit. NORTHCOM’s website claimed the size of the unit composed of servicemen from all branches of the military would not exceed 4,700 personnel.

Typically, that estimate falls far below the actual number of regular army troops assigned to the force. According to reports, the CCMRF is composed of 80,000 troops and has been drilling at Fort Stewart, Georgia (home of the Army’s 3rd Infantry Division) since being redeployed from Iraq.

The duration of the CCMRF’s domestic policing assignment is open ended. Army Colonel Louis Vogler, the chief of NORTHCOM future operations, told the Army Times, “Right now, the reponse force requirement will be an enduring mission. How the [Defense Department] chooses to source that and whether or not they continue to assign them to NORTHCOM, that could change in the future. Now, the plan is to assign a force every year.”

Every year, year after year in perpetuity, the United States Army will place one of its brigades at the command of NORTHCOM, and by extension of the President, with the power to patrol and quell any flare ups of civil unrest, including “crowd control … or chaos.” With such vague marching orders, there is little wonder that many fear that such a force could be used to support a coup or enforce the executive branch’s will on any gathering deemed “unruly,” “dangerous,” or disruptive of the peace.

In a frightening description of the unit’s training and mission directives, Colonel Roger Cloutier, commander of the 1st Brigade Combat Team, practically crows about the arsenal of tactical weapons that will be placed at the unit’s disposal. Colonel Cloutier asserts that his troops are training to use “the first ever nonlethal package” of weapons that will be used to “subdue unruly or dangerous individuals without killing them.”

The “package” referred to by Cloutier includes spike strips to slow or stop traffic, bean bag bullets, tasers, shields, and batons.

In apparent ignorance of the Posse Comitatus Act, which expressly forbids the armed deployment of federal troops within the borders of the United States, Colonel Cloutier muses that he “can’t think of a more noble mission than this. We’ve been all over the world during this time of conflict, but now our mission is to take care of citizens at home … and depending on where an event occurred, you’re going home to take care of your home town, your loved ones.”

He continues in the same lofty spirit, “I don’t know what America’s overall plan is — I just know that 24 hours a day, seven days a week, there are soldiers, airmen and Marines that are standing by to come and help if they are called. It makes me feel good as an American to know that my country has a dedicated force to come in and help the people at home.”

It is the very acme of irony that an active duty commander in the United States Army would use such language to exult in the absolutely illegal deployment of his unit as a police force endowed with lethal law-enforcement power within the “home towns” of America. The United States already has a force dedicated to help the American people; as a matter of fact it has thousands of such forces. They are known as the police and they are already lawfully and loyally serving the public good in every small town and sprawling metropolis from coast to coast and border to border.

Finally, the citizens of this Republic, the palladium of liberty, must understand the staunch, unwavering opposition of our Founding Fathers to the use of the national armed forces in response to domestic civil unrest. Their words and warnings could be no clearer. From Sir William Blackstone (whose Commentaries on the Laws of England were of unparalleled influence on the Framers) to Thomas Jefferson; from Patrick Henry to James Madison; our learned forbears were unanimously aligned against any use of “standing armies” inside the borders of this nation.

Here is but a sampling of their statements, which should serve as testimony against the deployment of any unit of any branch of the United States Armed Forces with the ostensible mission of imposing order in the towns and cities of this nation.

Henry St. George Tucker in Blackstone’s Commentaries: “Wherever standing armies are kept up, and when the right of the people to keep and bear arms is, under any color or pretext whatsoever, prohibited,

posted on May, 9 2010 @ 01:54 AM

Originally posted by rcwj1975
The examiner is about as reliable as what you could read off toilet paper after wiping your a@@....

80,000 troops...WOW...they could...well lets see, take over Ft. Stewart...after that they are outnumbers 450 to 1....just another BS attempt to get the worry warts worried...and I am sure its working.

As someone with family members in some of the right places there are a hell of alot more than 80,000 ,, those are just ours. please do not forget the 400,000 that are stationed in and around this country for training as we have been told. they are here for. ?

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