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Snowplows Ready To Remove Abandoned Vehicles from Highways When Evacuations Occur

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posted on Jul, 2 2010 @ 07:05 AM
reply to post by cwt8466

hey, that sounds like our gov't at work...
maybe they are gonna try it!!

never waste a good crisis, and well, never miss the opportunity to make a good crisis better!!! Isn't that the gov't motto?

posted on Jul, 2 2010 @ 07:08 AM
reply to post by ANNED

I have heard a lot of whacked out rumors in my life, but this one takes the cake...!!!

Nude Canadians..!!??!!

I simply donnot believe it!!

posted on Jul, 2 2010 @ 07:09 AM
If you remember the footage from the Rita evacuation, people on the highways were running out of gas. I know that when I drove back to Corpus from Slidell, I had several gas cans in my jeep because there was no gas from Slidell to Victoria. I think that is the scenario here except instead of trucks bringing in fuel, they would just make the people leave their vehicles and push them off of the roads. They could then put these people on busses to transport them where ever.

posted on Jul, 2 2010 @ 07:12 AM
reply to post by franklin555

"Everyone was saying all sorts of things about forced vaccinations,"

I have to correct people here on ATS because the topic you just mentioned has gone under the table..............

All those fears many had last year and even I posted about..........are coming to a reality..........

The swine flu vaccine will be mixed in "ALL" seasonal flu shots for 2010....

The advisory committee for the CDC just voted recently 11-0 that all seasonal flu shots will be a manditory vaccination.....with very few exceptions.......The CDC always goes along with what the advisory committe advises...........

So see........our fears from 09 are coming true..........we just have other distractions in front of us now........

Everything I just stated can be verified through an easy google search.....

Okay back on topic..............Snow plows are running rampid down I-49 and I-10 'LOOK OUT"

[edit on 2-7-2010 by Cloudsinthesky]

posted on Jul, 2 2010 @ 07:42 AM
As previously stated, most snowplows are meant for just that - snow. They're not rigid enough to support or push a vehicle, unless everyone in the Gulf area drives Kias and SmartCars. Even the larger snowplows that we have here, while having enough horsepower to do the job, the plows still wouldn't do much.

Also, most law enforcement vehicles have push bars on the front of them. Some of the larger ones even have winches.

Why bring in an extra resource when they probably already have what they need to do the job?

posted on Jul, 2 2010 @ 07:49 AM
I saw the thread title and I said "something is wrong with that". Its the snowplows, I'm betting they are about as rare as a Flordia Panther in the Gulf.

posted on Jul, 2 2010 @ 07:56 AM
Are we sure that it's snow plows .. to remove cars left abandoned on the roads .. and not soylent green scoops? I mean, it's one thing to go down there to help clean up the oil, but if this turns into an oil + corpse clean-up issue .. well, I can see a real need for them plows.

Error on the side of caution and safety and evacuate while you still can.

posted on Jul, 2 2010 @ 07:57 AM
After looking and reading for over 20 years issues concerning "end time events" this certainly (what is happening currently on the Gulf coast) is worth noting and watching closely. Here in Mobile Ala and having "reactive airway problems" from exposure to toxins I can say that something is "in the air".

Was doing fine until recently when I noticed I was using my albuterol inhaler noticeably more. Something is happening and anyone with (3) active brain cells could tell this is of a magnitude most can not accept. Evidence is all over the web and the geological information is very strait forward, we who live on the Gulf of Mexico are in serious (life altering) trouble. Another month or less will reveal (and I hope I am wrong) a very deadly event unlike any movie could capture on video.

At times I can literally smell and taste something "very different" as I breath. The truth will be out soon. I can only suggest that anyone on the Gulf coast be ready to head north if the need should arise. Again, I pray this is not as bad as it unfolds daily now but my "three active brain cells" seem to be leading me along a path I do NOT want to follow. "God through Christ Jesus" walking by faith has become a reality I never thought I would experience like this. To much nasty in this world and it has finally exposed itself to the point that only divine intervention will resolve the forces of good and evil.

Please!!! this is just my reality. Choose your own.

posted on Jul, 2 2010 @ 08:02 AM
reply to post by gaslaugh123

if it's your reality, why are you there?

I'm sorry, I know, we have jobs, we have bills, and we have roots...
but, if I was down there, and well, believed that the chemicals in the air were affecting me in a bad way, I wouldn't be waiting for the gov't to do squat! they are corrupt and they will wait till the last minute, when they are forced to, to order any evacuation! I think I would be arranging for a few weeks vacation, and going camping up north some where personally! and well, maybe looking for a job while I was up there.

posted on Jul, 2 2010 @ 08:05 AM
OK, I wasn't going to respond, this claim is ludicrous, but it seems the thread is taking off a little, so here is my $.02.

Southern States do not have snow plows! Atlanta, Memphis and anywhere South = no Snow Plows!

Now, if they were shipping in snow plows, we would notice. Sure they could claim it was to move oil soaked booms, or some other lame excuse, but we would at least see them coming.

Secondly, Snow plows do not move cars. The better snow plows have hydraulic blades, and hitting a car would damage and incapacitate the plow. People in the North know this. The plows usually just bury the parked cars in snow! If they happen to hit a car, it is a traffic accident, they don't just push it and drive on.

Now, the military aspect puts a "little bit" of credibility to the claim. Hurlburt Field in Ft. Walton Beach is the home to a military engineering fleet that builds roads. I forget their outfits name, but it has a Red Horse as the emblem and the name is something like Red Horse. Anyway, their plows are probably capable of moving cars, and they have been called in to repair roads after hurricanes. Still, they are not snow plows, and they are not going to be clearing every interstate in the South.

IMHO, this is a dumb claim from another dumb source. As much as I like YouTube and modern information sharing, I hate the fact that any dummy can get a pulpit and say anything they want?

posted on Jul, 2 2010 @ 08:25 AM
reply to post by Allred5923

Maybe they can use a few of these
They would do the trick in a heartbeat

posted on Jul, 2 2010 @ 08:33 AM
Soooooo...what happened to all the people? Did they get raptured or something? I mean what would cause everyone to abandon their vehicles? I can't think of anyone who would leave their car and walk instead...Un less of course no one HAS left their vehicles and they are still inside...dead.

posted on Jul, 2 2010 @ 08:48 AM
During Hurricane Ike last year they had fuel tanker trucks in Columbus Texas so that people could re-fuel if they were running low on fuel during the evacuation along with port o potties...Maybe in other locations also...During Hurricane Rita (a few years before Ike) they didn't have this and there were ALOT of people that did run out of gas and had to abandon their vehicles. As for the Snowplows, i doubt they would use those to clear the Interstates/highways...It doesn't make sense to ship these down to the south plus i think we would have already seen them in transport, IMHO.


posted on Jul, 2 2010 @ 08:51 AM
I had to add my $0.02.

Even if there were thousands of cars that needed moved, I'm sure a budge from any bigger vehicle would do the trick.
I watched a snowplow truck smash into a parked 4-door sedan. I was on my way home from work this past winter with the blizzard, and the snow plow just flinched and kept going. It was in the local paper and everything.
Car was totalled. Snow plow didn't even sweat it.

Not that I'm saying this would happen.
But anything is possible.

A few posters got the right idea.
We all know that the repercussions from this are yet to be seen/felt.

But when they will be biblical.
No one will even imagine the horror that awaits.

If you live in the Gulf area and have the ability to relocate, do so now.
Before the Gov't forces you.

If I lived down there, I would questions asked.
You can start over.
It has been done for centuries.

That's all I have to say about that.

posted on Jul, 2 2010 @ 08:55 AM

I think this will work.

posted on Jul, 2 2010 @ 08:59 AM
Smells strongly of BS. Like others have stated, snowplows in the Deep South?

Using rare snowplows to remove vehicles when a thing designed for the task (towtrucks) would be in much more abundant supply?

Does anyone remember before hurricane Katrina hit, Ray Nagin had an abundant supply of school buses( a thing designed to haul people) yet couldn't seem to get New Orleans evacuated. The buses were never moved from their parking lots and were ruined by the flooding. Now we are to believe that there are a whole fleet of a relatively rare item(in that area) to be used for something it is not designed to do?

I'm not buying it.

posted on Jul, 2 2010 @ 09:16 AM
Maybe it's time for a full-scale Google Earth search to locate all this machinery that is being accumulated to make paths though all these abandoned cars...and then post the image. (Remember the thousands of white vehicles parked on the airstrip photos a few weeks ago?) That's pretty much what it will take for me to get interested in this.

posted on Jul, 2 2010 @ 09:16 AM
snowplow will do the trick to clean any road
they cant afford to have a tanks not shooting people

reasons for the evacuation ;
oil is still gushing out
radioactivity in the water
toxic dispersant in the water
soon to be the worst oil spill in human history
that was made worst because of BP incompetancy
and with their toxic methods of hiding .. (winning time)
with the Gov (Obama) approbation
they wait until people get extremelly sick
riots will starts because many will be out of job
hurricanes are coming to make thing worst then worst

so this is just another sign that the evacuation will take place
displacing 20 millions of people will be hard
the economy will collapse around the time of this mass evacuation
RIP to the gulf and all his living things and peoples around it
damn them for the burning cover up of turtles and birds that are still alive
curse you BP for this accident ... or was it ?

the gulf is the futur wasteland image we will all have in our neighborhoods

play Fallout 3 to know how our futur will turn out

we never know .. its a speculation of a worst case scenario
earth = future fallout toxic wasteland ??

dont see any...

and oh ww3 coming soon .. interesting sad time we are living in
nwo is preparing the ground for 2012 ..

at least we got ATS for the real news
until Obama turn the internet Off
wouldnt surprise me

[edit on 2-7-2010 by Ben81]

posted on Jul, 2 2010 @ 09:18 AM
Snow plows on the big highway dump trucks could move cars easily. I say if it's true, then SOMEONE in Florida please find them and take some pictures and ask around to the people that work with them. Get the information and share.
Good Luck.

posted on Jul, 2 2010 @ 09:25 AM
reply to post by havok

Exactly right. Every seems to picture a snow plow flying down the highway knocking cars off the road.

Of course that would eventually destroy the plow. But like you said it really dosent take much to slowly push a vehicle off the road even if it is left in park.

I know this because I personally have "adjusted" some peoples park job with my mini van so I would have room to park.

I can push any car or pickup with just slow steady pressure all you have to do is overcome the surface tension of the four small areas of the tires contact with the road.

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