Over the past few days, Americans have been vocalizing their suspicions about the five Walmart closings taking place throughout the country. The announcement was followed by 2,200 Walmart employees being laid off, with only a few hours notice.
Some suggest that the closures are closely linked to the government, and that Walmart stores are the perfect locations for secret military training operations.
Now, residents of Big Spring, TX are reporting numerous helicopter sightings in one of the old locations.
“I saw a train carrying all sorts of military equipment heading into Big Spring,” one resident told reporters. “There were also about 14 helicopters flying over the Airport last night and a tank getting driven through that open field [near the airport]. It’s scary seeing that and not knowing what in the world is going on.
Experts have concluded that the helicopters are likely part of the Jade Helms military training exercise, scheduled to take place from July to September. The exercise will require soldiers to operate “undetected amongst civilian populations.”
What do you think? Could this be the beginning of martial law in the United States?
A very concerned All News Pipeline reader just sent us the pictures seen above showing a pair of Saudi Arabian ‘Civil Defense’ trucks on a flatbed trailer deep in the heart of Texas. According to our reader, he saw three flatbeds, each of them with two of these vehicles upon them, just the latest strange sightings of foreign military vehicles on American soil and in ‘Jade Helm 15′ Texas at that. These were seen traveling southbound on I-45 just north of Houston, Texas.
Foreign militaries on US soil, however, aren’t the only highly suspicious events we’ve been watching unfold in America as for some reason, MANY Wal Marts across the country, specifically in the south and the midwest, have been being evacuated for hours at a time, and to some people who are paying attention, these evacuations just don’t make a whole lot of sense. The 1st video below from Hollywood Joe Tussing adds more mystery to the mix as a massive barge of military vehicles is unloaded in Texas while a Las Vegas military convoy has a blackhawk chopper escort. His warning shortly after the 50 second mark that martial law signs were spotted making their way to Texas has not been confirmed by All News Pipeline.
MEXICO CITY (AP) – The Mexican government says it regrets Texas Gov. Greg Abbott’s decision to sign into law an $800 million border security package that will mean more state troopers, cameras and a spy plane to patrol the U.S. state’s 1,200-mile border with Mexico.
One of the provisions will toughen punishments for convicted human traffickers.
Mexico’s Foreign Relations Department said Wednesday the new law will “promote division between our societies, and runs contrary to the principles and values governing the U.S.-Mexico bilateral relationship.”
Abbott signed the measure Tuesday. It should accelerate the hiring of 250 additional state troopers who will patrol the border, replacing National Guard troops deployed there last summer.
Mexico didn’t appear to object to moves to replace the National Guard troops. It has long opposed any militarization of the border.
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BY JAMIE WILSON
So now the race debate has moved to McKinney, Texas, a bedroom community of Dallas, with an out-of-control party invading a quiet family-oriented community. The story is encapsulated and reduced by the all-seeing media to a ten-second clip of a white police officer manhandling a pretty teen girl wearing only a swimsuit to the ground.
“Oh, waily, waily!” the liberal media screamed. “Clearly this is yet another case of racey-hatey racist white men oppressing the black children!”
Apparently unlike the media, I took the time to inform myself: I listened to interviews with the black man who made the call (the man was fully supportive of the cop, by the way), watched the entire seven-minute clip made available publicly, and listened to other community members who witnessed the incident. There was way more to the story than that ten seconds of looped and incendiary video.
Black activists, smelling another opportunity to hoover up cash and sympathy, were not so skeptical. Instead, they organized an 800-person march from a neighborhood school to the swimming pool of the mixed-race, mixed-income neighborhood, chanting and singing the whole way about how black lives matter.
Well, sure they do. But what I saw on that video was not a situation where black lives don’t matter. Instead, I saw a young lady who clearly had not been taught respect for authority, who repeatedly returned after a police officer told her to leave an area where she was trespassing, and who finally pushed him into using physical force to make her behave. And then she resisted, crying and hollering for her mama. Had she not resisted, there would have been no juicy video. Had she done what she was told, this would be a local story at best.
I would be utterly humiliated if any of my children, INCLUDING THE AUTISTIC ONE, had behaved in such a way when confronted by a police officer. I’d have been furious at them for participating in an out-of-control party like the one that was broken up.
Here’s what you really need to know about this “party”:
A small private neighborhood pool was commandeered for a graduation party. This party included a DJ who played music that was, according to one neighborhood resident, not appropriate for children, and not really appropriate for underage teens.
Present, but not attending the party, were children and families entitled to use the pool. They were just there to hang out at their neighborhood pool for a quiet afternoon in the sun.
Social media was used by party-goers to put out a call to bring other kids in.
The neighborhood pool prohibits any resident from having more than two guests. Unauthorized people at this pool are, by law, trespassing.
The party quickly spiraled out of control, with neighborhood residents confronting trespassing party-goers and escalating to a physical altercation between two women. The neighborhood security guard was unable to control the situation.
Now imagine yourself as a solitary police officer coming onto the scene: utter chaos, little children running away crying, loud music blasting, bad actors laughing, ordinary neighborhood families forced to abandon the pool THEY PAY FOR because of what was becoming a riot.
These party-goers were teenagers. Think back just a few weeks ago to Baltimore. The first night of rioting, the earliest altercations were started by teenagers not in school or employed or at home with their families. They threw rocks at the police, some of them as big as bricks. They put one cop in the hospital overnight.
This isn’t a case of race problems. This is, rather, a problem of parenting and of idle kids with no employment prospects. I am reminded of Toya Graham, who was hailed as the Mom of the Year when she dragged her 16-year-old son Michael away from a riot he was participating in.
I loved her actions, but my reaction was not to hail her as MotY. Instead, I wondered where the hell all the other parents were. Most kids in that riot had at least one parent out there who presumably cared about them. How come they were not out there dragging their little darlings home by the ear?
Flash forward again to McKinney. Same situation: hordes of teenagers with nothing better to do than cause trouble for other people, cops called in, video captured and used for political propaganda, not a parent in sight.
Shouldn’t we be asking whether the kids know where their parents are?
Eric Casebolt, the white McKinney, Texas, police officer who was widely watched on YouTube video taking down a black teenage girl at an out-of-control pool party, has resigned.
McKinney Police Chief Greg Conlety called Casebolt’s actions “indefensible,” and said during a press conference the officer sent in his resignation, the Associated Press reported. Conley also stipulated Casebolt’s resignation did not come from internal pressure.
At the same time, Conley – after viewing the video – publicly stated “our policies, our training and practices do not support his actions,” various media reported.
Colin Flaherty’s new book, “Don’t Make the Black Kids Angry: The Hoax of Black Victimization and Those Who Enable It,” documents black crime in America and exposes how the media and politicians are willing partners in what the author calls “the greatest lie of our generation.”
Casebolt was one of about a dozen officers who were called to the scene of a homeowner’s association-sponsored community pool party that turned chaotic after dozens of uninvited teens showed up. A fight broke out between a couple of the party attendees, and police, badly outnumbered, tried to calm the scene.
Casebolt was captured on video grabbing the teen girl and using his body weight to subdue her. At one point, he’s seen brandishing his gun at other teens.
Some witnesses and outside watchers have claimed the police response was rooted in racism, and hundreds of protesters took to the streets demanded Casebolt, who was originally suspended, be fired, as WND previously reported. Many others, including some black attendees, said the racism charge wasn’t true. Benet Embrey, who was at the scene and saw the police apprehension of the teenage girl, told KETK the scene was simply bedlam and police reacted properly.
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“What I witnessed was a teenage party get way out of control,” he said, as WND previously reported. “That’s what this whole situation is about. … This has nothing to do with race.”
And in reference to the teenage girl on the video, Embrey said: “The officer told her to leave and go home five or six times, but she kept running her mouth. I hate that it came down to what police had to do, but it did. When [the officer] grabs her, she jerks away. To me and to police, I believe that means resisting. If I did that, or anyone else did that, they’d get taken down, too.”
Casebolt, 41, was a former Texas state trooper who served 10 years on the McKinney force. His attorney, Jane Bishkin, confirmed he quit.
Read more at http://www.wnd.com/2015/06/beleaguered-pool-party-police-officer-resigns/#BF33wBYev6DARGPg.99
Mark Levin was livid after he heard the comments of the McKinney police chief, saying that the actions of officer Casebolt as shown in the video were out of control and indefensible. Levin defended the officer, saying he was clearly surrounded while thugs were trying to rush him and he was not out of control. Levin points out that the officer was very much justified in pulling his sidearm and that this phoney police chief is nothing but a creep.