MILITARIZATION OF CIVILIAN-DOMESTIC POLICE AND EMERGENCY SERVICES
by Walter Francis Fitzpatrick, III at The Jaghunter
(Apr. 26, 2011) — Two episodes reported in recent hours, taken together, offer a view of what portends in the unceasing deconstruction of the United States Constitution (TREASON in America).
Fort Benning, a federal military reservation, abuts Columbus, Georgia. The mayor of Columbus is reported agreed with Fort Benning’s commanding general to team federal military uniformed personnel to patrol the Columbus streets with uniformed civilian policemen (click here).
Civilian police officers teamed with federal military personnel were on the streets of Columbus, Georgia on Good Friday night (click here).
On Resurrection Sunday, near Brownsville, Texas, a grenade-described as an improvised explosive device (IED)-was discovered nearby a state highway (click here).
Other information coming in to The JAG HUNTER is that women in full Burqas are shopping in California stores (Fresno specifically) buying up the entire stock of portable, non-traceable cell phones. State and federal authorities are aware and officially unconcerned.
DEFINITION: Cell-phone: Improvised explosive device trigger!
Federal military response to the shooting rampage that occurred in Samson, Alabama (click here) in March of 2009 bundled with unending reports over the years of federal military personnel taking up law enforcement civilian traffic assignments nationwide, bundled now with reports of the civilian-military cooperation in Columbus, Georgia are specifically intended to acclimitize Americans too stupid to know better (or pay sufficient attention) to the presence of federal military troops walking the roads of the United States as those federal troops gradually REPLACE state-local-community policemen and emergency service personnel (click here).
Justifications so far offered by civilian government officials and commanding generals are weak and easily dismissed as canards.
Watch now as most assuredly there will follow a rash of reports coming to us variously across America regarding one IED discovery after the next.
On a second assault on the Constitution we find local-community-state government officials joining forces with the federal military taking up watch-station positions next to each other in joint civilian-military command centers to deal with civilian drug crimes (click here).
Separately from all points of the compass we read of how federal government law enforcement personnel blatantly refuse to enforce our U.S. borders (accountable parties – click here).
Gun and drug-running is rampant as federal government functionaries block state government folks from sealing our nation’s borders. Allowing the free-flow of drugs, money, guns and illegals over U.S boundaries north and south is used as justification for American military forces (FEDERAL FORCES) to take over on State after the next.
Federal government outlaws work furiously and unrelentingly to create the need for the military take over local-community-state law enforcement while simultaneously laboring as vigorously to get us Americans too stupid to know better (or pay sufficient attention) used to the notion regarding the new martial-law in town.
The federal government is putting the squeeze on state governments to go-along-to-get-along.
Military commanders who know better remain silent, and complicit.
State officials cave in, one after the next.
Texas City residents ordered to stay indoors as more refineries lose power
by JUAN A. LOZANO
Posted on April 26, 2011 at 8:16 AM
TEXAS CITY, Texas (AP) — Three refineries, including a BP unit where a 2005 explosion killed 15 people, and a Dow Chemical plant lost electricity in outages that led to shelter-in-place emergency alerts and the cancellation of public schools Tuesday in Texas City.
The source of the power outages was still being sought, emergency officials said.
A second shelter-in-place alert, advising residents to stay indoors, was issued around 5:30 a.m. Tuesday after a Valero refinery also lost power, Texas City Homeland Security coordinator Bruce Clawson said.
A BP refinery, site of the deadly March 2005 accident that also left 170 people hurt, and the Dow Chemical plant lost power around 11 p.m. Monday. The initial shelter-in-place order took effect after those two outages, but was lifted around 3 a.m. Tuesday, Clawson said.
Around 4:40 a.m. Tuesday, electricity was lost at the Valero and Marathon Oil refineries, which activated their flare systems, the Galveston County Daily News reported.
Marathon quickly brought its power situation under control, Clawson said.
BP spokesman Michael Marr said a fire broke out at the refinery shortly after the power went out but crews were able to put it out. There were no injuries at the refinery, Marr said.
The city and BP reported no emissions of hazardous materials in the area, said George Fuller, assistant emergency management coordinator for the city.
“There was constant monitoring going on at all times and it did not reveal anything, although there’s a strong smell of hydrocarbons in the air,” Clawson told The Associated Press.
At the BP plant, workers were seen going into the plant around sunrise Tuesday, reporting for their shifts.
Associated Press writer Diana Heidgerd in Dallas contributed to this report
Fires rage through much of Texas; more than 1 million acres burned
The wildfire threatening this house near Possum Kingdom Lake in North Texas began Friday and has consumed nearly 150,000 acres. It has destroyed 150 homes and a church, Texas Forest Service officials said.
Firefighters Craig Howard, right, and Jason Collard wait for instructions Tuesday as smoke rises from a wildfire near Possum Kingdom Lake in North Texas.
In Palo Pinto, 56 miles west of Fort Worth, law enforcement officers gather on U.S. 180 after evacuating the town of 400 residents Tuesday.
FROM STAFF AND WIRE REPORTS
Updated: 5:19 p.m. Wednesday, April 20, 2011
Published: 10:59 p.m. Tuesday, April 19, 2011
Link them all altogether – somethings up!