This is the original report from May 21 that went whipping around the Internet and excited a great deal of speculation on why the Guard was mobilizing.
However, if Lindsey Williams is right and large volumes of toxic gases are coming from the spill, exiting at 4 million gallons a day, at 2-70,000 psi from a depth of 30-35,000 feet, I can well imagine why the Guard might be mobilizing.
The National Guard is under the authority of the President, as far as I know. It isn’t Northcom or other equally-suspect army units. I personally don’t feel alarmed to hear that they’ve been called out. I’m prepared to wait and see.
Everything depends on the units being white or black hats and I see no indications as yet, with the exception of the UN vehicles (which have in the past been associated with black ops) that responding units are black hats. Obviously the situation could change or information could come in contradicting what is now known.
If the oil spill calls for a disaster response, we’ll probably be happy the National Guard is on the ground.
Author: Mac Slavo
May 21st, 2010
The Shft Plan
Eye witness reports from Georgia, Minnesota, Alabama, Kansas, and perhaps Texas suggest large scale mobilizations and deployment in progress for National Guard Units.
We were under the impression that National Guard in Georgia were being deployed to help evacuate Florida in the event of toxic fumes from the oil spill if the government decided to light the booms.
However, we are seeing reports from multiple states throughout the country.
The Minnesota mobilization has been confirmed by MPR News, as of May 20, 2010 but suggests deployment may not be immediate:
Soldiers and families around Minnesota know there’s a deployment in their future. Within the next few months, 2,700 Minnesota National Guard soldiers from around the state will get their training orders for deployment.
It’s not clear yet which units of the 1st Brigade Combat Team will be activated. But this alert marks the largest deployment of Minnesota military forces since World War II.
The Minnesota Guard deployment above is reportedly for soldiers deploying to the middle east next year.
Reports regarding the Georgia National Guard are from a person close to a soldier that is being deployed:
Just got a call from my son…driving home from spring semester at North Georgia College. He is in the reserves and attending the Corps of Cadets there. He is telling me something big is up. Just got a call from his unit that they are mobilizing immediately. ALL GEORGIA UNITS. Unconfirmed at the moment. Don’t see anything on any big news besides Korea. Wonder if there is more going on there than we think….will break more as I find out whether this is a big deal or not.
My old friend who’s in the army and just got back from Iraq and is not due to go to Afghanistan until August was just deployed too. He’s reserved in Kansas, so it’s definitly not the oil. I don’t know if everyone has been deployed, only him.
I’m hoping it is something minor or just a coincidence, deployment from more than one state is DEFINITLY not a good sign.
EDIT TO ADD: Just called his mom, I am talking to his mom right now. She doesn’t know what’s going on or where he’s going, he couldn’t tell her anything except “I love you and I am being deployed”. I am not one to be afraid because most things are just rediculous, but I’m am hoping this is just a mere coincidence.
I have lived in the Tomball, Texas area forabout 33 years. I know whats normal and whats not. I also workout side and can tell you the type of helo by the sound. With that in mind.
Today I have seen wave after wave of Blackhawks pushing hard toward the east/southeast over Tomball. These things were nose-down and they were moving. VERY NOT normal. Just thought I’d FYI.
A mobile Iraqi war zone has taken shape on the rolling plains and ridges of eastern Wyoming, the latest incarnation of an Army National Guard training exercise meant to quickly shape citizen soldiers into battle-ready warriors.
…The Wyoming National Guard’s Camp Guernsey is currently hosting the training exercise for the Nebraska Guard’s 67th Battlefield Surveillance Brigade, which is scheduled for deployment to Iraq this summer. About 1,400 soldiers from the 67th and other units are honing their skills in the makeshift Middle Eastern environment for three weeks in May.
The New York Air National Guard’s Eastern Air Defense Sector (EADS) is participating in a large scale North American Aerospace Defense Command and U.S. Northern Command air defense exercise designed to train military members to respond to potential scenarios that could affect the Continental U.S. May 16-20.
EADS is performing its homeland defense mission of detecting, identifying, tracking and possibly scrambling aircraft. Although held in Georgia, members from the unit will control the exercise missions from Rome, N.Y.
There has been no official confirmation from the US government or State governments involved. Mainstream news has yet to pick up this story.
Developments will follow if/when they become available…