Zev Porat

Monday, August 5, 2013

Insider Blows the Whistle On DHS Takeover Plan

Why would the U.S. government need a mock U.S. town at Fort Chafee, Arkansas?

FORT CHAFFEE: Urban Warfare Training Facility (Photo: Intelllihub.com)

Shepard Ambellas
August 4, 2013

Editors Note: I want to preface this article by giving a very special thanks to the brave individuals who obtained exclusive photographs of the facility, leaking the initial report to our agency.

FORT CHAFFEE, ARKANSAS — Carnis Village is what the Army National Guard calls it. A mock American town which even contains dummy citizens for domestic training purposes. Located on the grounds of the Fort Chaffee Maneuver Training Center, the massive training compound is likely a dead-ringer clue foreshadowing the grim path we are now traversing as a nation.

No longer are we free, "Big Brother" lurks around every corner, further pushing the populace into submission. In fact, it's now widely accepted that cameras are everywhere, watching every facet of our lives, tracking us in real-time.

We also notice the massive police state presence that has been ramping up. Free humans are not even allowed to photograph or film in public anymore in some cases. What ever happened to the concept of photography or journalism? Avenues that are being blocked by the globalists now on all levels.

While likely all of this is a forced conditioning procedure implemented on the populace by the powers-that-be, we as free thinking individuals need to recognize the warning signs and dangers that are swiftly pulling us into an unstoppable downward spiral as a nation.

1 comment:

  1. Arkansas National Guard: "At the training center’s “Carnis Village,” a grouping of buildings and simulated urban areas, the “Aleutians” practiced urban operations, beginning with simple movements and clearing processes. They worked their way to the final training scenario, bursting into and clearing a two-story building, firing blank rounds at would-be attackers.

    The regiment’s troops participated in various exercises during their annual training period in Northwest Arkansas. Preparing for a possible deployment to Iraq in fiscal year 2008, the field artillery troops practiced techniques more common to their infantry comrades. Plummer said the training included mounted and dismounted patrols, engaging targets and dealing with improvised explosive devices."