The Midwest has become a hot bed for military drills and training for urban warfare and civil unrest. Many are talking about martial law due to a possible economic collapse in the near future. Here is a short mix of photos and videos put to music. More to come soon!
Tyranny Watch recently received an interesting letter from a local whistleblower within St. Louis, MO who we will refer to as “Andrew Jackson”. His mother, who is a nurse, was sent this letter by the Army in hopes of recruiting RN’s to serve. The disturbing, but subtle, facts spelled out in the letter is this:
- Stay locally (in St. Louis)
- Learn how to drive a humvee
- Learn how to fire a gun
- Learn map reading
- Learn combat skills
Our question is why would a nurse, even if you are in the army reserves and travel into foreign countries, would need to know all of this? Then add unto the fact that there is a promise of staying locally. With all of the civil unrest training and military exercises happening in STL, does this letter dovetail with all of the other activity happening? It’s not clear as of yet but TW will be keeping a close eye on this situation as election time nears. Here is the letter:
Here is Mr. Jackson’s transcription of the letter:
Ok my mother was telling me about this letter, when i saw it, it rang bells in my head. She is a RN Nurse for a retirement home here in st.louis; Her name want to be kept anonymous
It definitively dovetails what is going on in saint louis right now with the armored vehicles rolling in the streets.
The letter is from U.S Army Health Care Team located in Northwest Plaza
So anyways this is what it says:
A Different Nursing Experience! Serve as an Army Nurse right here in St.Louis! “I’m a Nurse serving my country in the Army Reserves….one weekend a month and 2 weeks in the summer” 50,000 – Loan Repayment, Scholarships for CRNA and psychiatric Masters level programs, Excellent Medical, Dental, Life Insurance, Build a Second Retirement and VA benefits for small buisness loans, Home loans, paid for education for your significant other and or kids. Space available Air travel and access to all military bases inside and outside the US for you and your family members.
2 weeks in the summer (with full time pay):
-Train as Nurse in Army medical centers(Hawaii, San Antonio TX, Washington D.C., Seattle Washington, etc.) Humanitarian missions around the world.
-Advanced training in areas like Flight Nursing in Birmingham, Alabama, Surgical training at the Institute of Surgical Research San Antonio TX, Advance Burn Training at the Burn Center San Antonio TX, etc.
-Stay locallly and learn how to erect and operate a 396 bed mobile hospital.
Now this gets interesting.
1 Weekend a month (8 hours Saturday and 8 hours sunday:
-Conduct and participate in Nursing Education Classes (Free Continuing Education Units)
-Learn Army skills like driving a Humvee
-Learn Army skills like Map reading, firing a gun and combatives………
-Network with doctors and Nurses from all over MO and IL
No Basic training for nurses!! Basic Officer Leadership Course is only 27 Days at FT Sam Houston, TX
SFC David Dupont, Army Nurse Recruiter, 877-857-8745 or firstname.lastname@example.org
A Ron Paul delegate, Nethaniel Henderson, was assaulted by who he described as a Mitt Romney supporter during Friday’s general session of the Republican Party of Texas State Convention in the arena of the Fort Worth Convention Center.
The incident occurred during Kay Bailey Hutchinson’s speech at the assembly. The situation became tense when she announced her support for the “Republican Party’s nominee” Mitt Romney. A statement many Ron Paul supporters found to be offensive, considering the amount of time, effort, and expense put into organizing and turning out their sizable delegation.
The dueling mix of applause and boos as the Senator spoke ultimately led to at least one recorded incident of physical violence. Efforts to identify the man who struck Nethaniel by name were unsuccessful.
Commentary: It should be noted that this incident took place the day after Rand Paul, Senator from Kentucky and son of Ron Paul, announced his endorsement of Mitt Romney. Undoubtedly, this had many Paul supporters, disappointed by the news, on edge and understandably emotional.
Check out the May 31 edition of Flashpoint Radio’s coverage of Bilderberg 2012. We contributed an article called “The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen?” (see previous blog entry).