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Wednesday, February 26, 2014

US Army Training to Subdue AMERICAN Cities

"When the law no longer protects you from the corrupt,
but protects the corrupt from you -
you know your nation is doomed."

-Ayn Rand

Behold the brand-new Asymmetrical Warfare Training Center at Fort A.P. Hill, Virginia:
FORT A.P. HILL, Va. -- The Asymmetric Warfare Group [AWG] officially opened its $90.1 million Asymmetric Warfare Training Center here during a brief ribbon cutting ceremony on Jan. 24.

The complex features state-of-the art training and range facilities that support the AWG mission of rapid material and non-material solution development as well as adaptability and resiliency training.

The 300-acre training complex includes a headquarters, barracks, administrative, training and maintenance facilities, an Urban Area, a 12-mile Mobility Range, an 800 meter Known Distance Range, a light demolitions range and an indoor range. 
There's also a mosque, a soccer stadium, a subway station complete with subway cars and a train station with real rail cars. ...
Based at Fort Meade, Md. the AWG sends its operational advisors wherever Soldiers are deployed-- Afghanistan, Lebanon, Kuwait, South America, Asia and the Pacific Region.
Looks like a Christian church to me, complete with stained glass!
So, they're training to fight in all those overseas places, huh?

Well, take a look at some screen captures from a video purporting to show the inside of the AWG's new training facility.

Does this look like a MOSQUE in Ashcanistan to you?

No?  Looks to me like a Christian church in a small American town, complete with stained glass and a steeple.

Do any of these facilities look like they belong in "Afghanistan, Lebanon, Kuwait, South America, Asia [or] the Pacific Region" ?

AMERICAN Railroad signs?

AMERICAN Disabled Parking Signs?
Why, pray tell, aren't these railroad signs in Arabic?  Or Lebanese?  Or Spanish?  Or Chinese?

I think you know why.

And why are there AMERICAN disabled parking signs in a facility meant for training for overseas operations?

I think you know why.

According the Posse Comitatus Act of 1878, as amended in 1981 (both incorporated in 18 U.S.C. § 1385), the "Armed Forces of the United States" cannot raise a militia on American soil for law-enforcement purposes unless martial law has been declared by the President, or an equivalent act of Congress has been passed.  The literal meaning of posse comitatus is power of the commons (or community).

The prohibition against using the Army this way is codified thusly in US Code:
18 U.S.C. § 1385. Use of Army and Air Force as posse comitatus 
Whoever, except in cases and under circumstances expressly authorized by the Constitution or Act of Congress, willfully uses any part of the Army or the Air Force as a posse comitatus or otherwise to execute the laws shall be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than two years, or both.
Looks to me like tthe US Army is anticipating that very development, and fairly soon.  Otherwise, isn't this kind of a waste of $90 million?  What do they know that we don't?

The screen shots of the "mosque", railroad, and parking signs come from a video that purports to have been taken inside the Fort AP Hill Asymmetric Warfare Training Center.

I cannot verify that.  Can you?  It sure would be nice to get some verification.

Here is the video these screen caps came from (h/t NCRenegade):



Prepare your AO, people.  We might not have that much time.

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