Is Ameri’K’a With A ‘K’ Here?
When the mini-series Amerika was aired on TV in 1987 it was highly controversial and was nearly forced off the air. Why…because at the time, it was likely considered highly possible. Now it may be here for real.
By de Andréa
July 12, 2013
Similar to the George Orwell’s production of 1984, I happen to have a rare copy of the mini-series film “Amerika” staring Kris Kristofferson, Mariel Hemingway, Sam Neill, and Robert Ulrich. I have shared it with many of my friends, some who have said: "yes but that couldn’t happen here…could it?" Yes it ‘could’, and although it is yet to be confirmed there is evidence that something like it may be taking place right now…
Russian troops are on American soil, to train with FEMA - the Intel claims. Although they are not the first rumors about foreign soldiers being spotted on
United States military bases, the
latest began circulating again online earlier this week, the new claims quickly
went viral. The first claim was in 2012,
with about 20 Russian airborne troops arriving in Colorado
A Ministry of the Russian Federation for Civil Defense release stated the troops are here (Supposedly) as part of an exchange of experts’ project.
The exact number of Russian troops in America is unknown, but an ‘unnamed’ source from the Department of Defense DOD, (you can take that for what it’s worth) said 50,000 soldiers from the former Communist Soviet Union Cold War foe have arrived. The same source also claimed that a total’ of 100,000 foreign troops are currently training in the
United States. The exchange of experts is reportedly being
done in conjunction with Obama’s Homeland Securities FEMA emergency and
disaster preparedness training.
US Defense Department Press Officer Wendy L. Snyder stated the Russian military members are participating in joint anti-terrorism drills. Snyder also said, “This is part of a formal bilateral exchange program between the
US and that seeks to develop
transparency and promote defense reform.” Russia
The Ministry of the
for Civil Defense release stated that FEMA and the Russian Emergency Situations
Ministry would be conducting so-called joint rescue operations for major
disasters. Representatives from both
nations met in last week to finalize the logistics of
the endeavor. Washington, D.C.
The presence of foreign soldiers in the
United States has some’ very
concerned that the troops could be deployed to police the streets or offer
instructions to American citizens during an emergency scenario or terrorism attack. The possibility that Russian troops could be deployed as a part of
a security force at events deemed “National Special Security Events” by the
Department of Homeland Security are often noted among the fears voiced by opponents
of foreign soldier training in America.
Russian troops pictured at
. Fort Carson
In 2012 about 20 Russian airborne troops arrived in
The influx of foreign soldiers represented the first time armed forces
members from another country trained on American soil. Fort Carson US Army Reserve Captain William
Geddes has deemed the influx of Russian troops a clear violation of the intent
of the Posse
Comitatus Act. The federal
statute makes it illegal to employ any members of the United States Army for
the purpose of executing laws, unless such a use of force was authorized
expressly by either Congress or the Constitution.
THE BOTTOM LINE: How do you feel about Russian troops on American soil?
One thing I do know is that Russian troops are’ here and have been for at least a year. But I have yet to confirm this latest story. So-called unnamed sources are difficult to confirm, and unless I know and trust the writers who say received the information from the “unnamed source” I can’t say with certainty that this particular story is absolutely true.
I would however, not ignore the possibility, especially in light of all the undercover shenanigans that Obama has been evolved in as of late.
Thanks for listening – de Andréa
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