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samedi, juin 09, 2007


by e.c.
(London, Ontario)

Highlights taken from the discussion between Tom Valentine of 'Radio Free America' and Mike Blair, the foremost authority in the USA on Prisoners of War and those Missing In Action, 2 June 1994, shortwave channel 5.810.

Canadians are very upset upon seeing Black Hawk Helicopters flying across our Sovereign border at all times of the day and night out of New York, Maine and Vermont states.

The helicopters in question have been, in effect, painted with stealth technology to mask detection.

It was pointed out, that in the United States there are two training centres which have mock villages to train troops for rapid deployment of gun confiscation and Country occupation. Fort Polk, in Louisiana, has become the North American command centre for UN foreign troops including many Russians.

The most mysterious place of all is located at Fort Drum, New York just 30 miles due south of Brockville, Ontario. While dozens of bases are closing down, it is the only base in the US since WW2 that has undergone a massive 1.2 billion dollar construction renovation.

It is the home of the most mysterious élite division in the US without armour, but concentrates on the use of Black Hawk Helicopters. This is the home of the élite 10th Mountain Division whose sole purpose is rapid deployment, gun confiscation, and country occupation.

It specializes upon trouble spots in the World and for the first time in history, President Bill Clinton went there to welcome them back - personally - from Somalia.

This facility is being shared by CANADIAN TROOPS now, to get them better trained in the mock village as puppets for the new world order. What are our Canadian troops learning from the vipers of the world? And what country do they intend to occupy for the UN? Ours?

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