Retired US Army Colonel Warns! “Jade Helm Is A Warning To America” – Special Forces Successfully Infiltrate California Town! “Nobody Suspected A Thing”

Saturday, August 15, 2015
By Paul Martin

By Stefan Stanford
All News Pipeline
August 15, 2015

In following up to a story on ANP from Susan Duclos yesterday in which she shared an ANP reader’s photographs of empty grocery stores shelves in Connecticut during a storm this past winter, we’ll take a look at some more photographs from readers in Connecticut, one who is concerned about ‘martial law’ and a possible forthcoming economic collapse. We also take a hard look at the very interesting 1st video below from Josh Tolley who interviews retired US Army Colonel Patrick Murray about many things going on in America today including ‘domestic enemies’ and his own thoughts on Jade Helm 15. We also look at a story out of California where we learn special forces successfully ‘infiltrated’ a California town w/o anyone noticing a thing!

Colonel Patrick Murray is the author of the book “Government Is The Problem” and has had quite a career serving our country; for those who want to know more about the man who is sharing his wisdom in the video below, you can see his bio below 1st video. Col. Murray, who recently warned on Newsmax that we are nowhere near containing ISIS, tells us that he spent his entire life concerned about foreign enemies but warns that now we have a ‘weaponized federal government’ with many ‘internal forces’ such as the EPA who have been fully armed.

Sharing with us that he certainly understands why there is so much concern over ‘Jade Helm 15’ with a government that has gotten so big and so powerful and so out of control, he tells us that Jade Helm would have likely been embraced in the time of Ronald Reagan and that in itself is a sign of how much things have changed in the past 25+ years.

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