WEB Notes: There are a lot of ignorant people making fun of these exercises, poking fun at people who are genuinely concerned. These people have no clue what their own laws consist of. The military is not supposed to be in the streets period, so they go right along with a government breaking its own law. Well hey they mean no harm. It does not matter if the military was going house to house giving out gift baskets. They do not belong in the streets period. Our laws were created this way for a reason. It is these people who will (have) give up their sovereignty at a whim.

Source: RT | The controversial military drill spanning seven states known as Jade Helm 15 has officially begun, but with no media allowed to cover the exercises, people have taken to Twitter to speculate on and poke fun at the hysteria surrounding the war games.

Expected to feature more than 1,200 troops from all US military branches, including some 200 Special Operations forces, the drills are scheduled to last until September 15. Little is officially known about the drills, but analysts have suggested they may be simulating scenarios in which American troops engage Islamic State militants in the Middle East as well as other adversaries.

The multi-state operation has drawn criticism and spawned conspiracy theories, however, ever since a map showcasing Texas and Utah as “hostile” territories. While declaring various lands “hostile” and “friendly” may be normal for a simulated war game, the map nevertheless triggered speculation in Texas that martial law might be just around the corner. – Read More – RT



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