July 18, 2013
West Virginia Public Broadcasting has issued a statement on the communities’ Beckley’s Best Facebook page assuring the public (and conspiracy theorists) that the National Guard training exercises taking place at the same time and location as the National Boy Scout Jamboree, are not indicative of a false flag event.
In June of 2013, Gov. Tomblin signed off on a Proclamation by the State of West Virginia’s Executive Department declaring a state of emergency for numerous counties from July 14 to July 26.
In the document, the governor orders “the implementation of the State Emergency Operations Plan, the activation of the State Emergency Operations Center in a manner and location to be established by the Director of the Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Management…”
As we reported last month, the 2013 Boy Scout Jamboree has been receiving loads of attention after Nevada governor candidate David Lory VanDerBeerk announced that he has inside information regarding the event. That information has led him to believe that the Jamboree could be the scene of the next false flag event carried out by the US government.
The Jamboree was reassigned from its original location of 30 years at Fort A.P. Hill, Va., to the Summit at Bechtel Family National Scout Reserve in W. Va.
According to VanDerBeek’s government source, “The government is planning an event where FEMA is preparing an unannounced disease outbreak drill caused by conventional and unconventional terrorism in July with 4:1 ratio of mental and “sick” and stated that this drill was scheduled to be held at the Jamboree.
Unconventional terrorism is chemical and germ weapons. There will be killed and wounded family members involving sociogenic illness which means that a medical condition will be shared by a mass of people. They will have multiple unexplained physical symptoms. There will be no clear start or stop to the event that will be long term inciting panic and mistrust of public officials.”
According to the state’s website, Maj. Gen. James Hoyer, West Virginia’s adjutant general says, “There’s no truth to the rumor that the National Guard and Department of Homeland Security planned the training exercise to disguise an attempt by the government to use the Jamboree as a vehicle to expand its power.”
In response to VanDerBeek’s statement about the government staging false flag events to expand their power, Hoyer says, “They don’t know what they’re talking about and they don’t know the relationship that we the National Guard have with the citizens of this state both in good times and times of disaster and our opportunities that we try to create, to create jobs for West Virginians.”
On July 12, the Beckley’s Best Facebook page posted a warning titled “Public Health Notice” that was released by the WV Bureau for Public Health and the Raleigh County Health Department.
The document explains that the National Boy Scout Jamboree will be taking place in the area and advises the public to be prepared for 50 thousand scouts, volunteers, and staff and an additional 200-300 thousand family members and visitors.
The document says, “The WV Bureau for Public Health and the Raleigh County Health Department are working with the community to conduct active surveillance and prevent the spread of communicable diseases.”
A communicable disease is defined as an infectious disease that can be transferred through direct contact with an infected individual.
The document asks for the public’s help in reporting unusual illnesses, injuries or health conditions during the Jamboree.
The notice asks residents and businesses to report any of the following:
“Any cases of possible food borne illness among your customers or guests. Multiple complaints of any similar illnesses by customers or guests. For example, five guests with rashes or four people complaining of vomiting.”
In addition to assisting with the Jamboree at the Summit Bechtel Reserve, the National Guard says it will be involved with at least three training exercises during the event, which is scheduled to last from July 14-July 24.
“There are actually additional training events that are going on in addition to our support of the Jamboree, they’re running simultaneously but they’re not associated,” says Hoyer.
“You have Air Guard exercise, SENTRY STORM, Army exercise, Ridge Runner, and a disaster response training exercise that we haven’t given a specific name to that is going on at the tunnel and at Camp Dawson.”
Hoyer says SENTRY STORM will take place in 10 counties across the state which includes some reclaimed mine sites.
“In those particular cases we’ve got units from five different states practicing parachute operations and supply drops and short field take off and landing,” said the general.
Hoyer expressed that one of the state’s main objectives is to “showcase the state’s ability to provide military and national security training.”
Local news stations seem to be aware of the training exercises as well.
WCHS TV reports, that the state is “highlighting its unique military training areas and opportunities under a training event being led by the Air National Guard’s 130th Airlift Wing.”
According to a news release from the National Guard, “Training events for ‘Sentry Storm’ began Monday and will run through Friday and will include Air National Guard units from five states and Army National Guard and Army Reserve units.”
The local station further reports that the training “will include aircraft incident search and recovery, base defense training, tactical aircraft approach and landings and aircraft formation flights with low level aerial navigation and air drops.”
Officials estimate that over 450 airman and soldiers will be on the ground during the 5-day event.
This article was posted: Thursday, July 18, 2013 at 6:06 am