Is the UN Planning to Occupy the US Following an EMP Attack?

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Mike Adams recently wrote an article in which he reported what is now sinking in with the rest of the media, namely, North Korea has a hydrogen bomb and advanced EMP weapons. Allow this to serve as a backdrop for the following article, which makes the case that the UN is operating on US soil, in places like Rawlins, Wyoming and Hagerstown, Maryland, and they are prepared to survive an EMP attack prior to asserting their authority over the people of the United States.

The United Nations Personnel and Vehicles Are Seemingly Everywhere

The United Nations is clearly on the move across the United. I am getting reports and photos from Georgia, Alabama and Texas. However, the most interesting photos are coming out Rawlins, Wyoming and Hagerstown, Maryland.

Rawlins, Wyoming: UN Command and Control with EMP Proof Communications

Over the past 18 months, the small town of Rawlins, Wyoming has come to my attention because of its intimate association with DHS and the UN. Further, this small town of under 10,ooo people has played host to some very large scale bioweapon response drills as well as testing the efficacy of the Federal authorities to be able to respond to a terrorist chemical attack.

I have taken the following photos to military personnel who tell me this is an United Nations operation. The particular equipment you are looking at is designed to operate and persevere through an EMP attack. Most recently, Paul Martin and myself have received an identical communication from the Rawlins area. Please take note the following photos: (Click to Site)

“CHILLS COVERED MY BODY”: PHOTO TAKEN JUST MOMENTS AFTER FATAL CAR ACCIDENT IS PROVIDING GRIEVING FAMILY WITH PEACE

“Oh, my gosh. It’s a pathway to Heaven.” -Tara Noble

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(Georgia)—[CBN News] A photo taken at the scene of a tragic car crash that killed two young moms and a 9-month-old baby last month is bringing hope and peace to the families of the victims. (Photo: via CBN News)

The fatal accident unfolded on April 25 in Hall County, Georgia, when Hannah Simmons, 23, her baby girl A’lannah and a friend named Lauren Bureau, 28, lost control of their vehicle and hit another car, Today.com reported.

In the midst of that tragedy, a woman named Anisa Gannon, who was on her way to work and was caught in the resulting traffic, decided to take a photo of the scene to prove that she was caught in the middle of a traffic scenario that was beyond her control.

It was later, though, when Gannon’s aunt, Tara Noble, looked at that photo, that she noticed something curious—a beam of light seemingly extending from the sky to the roadway where the emergency workers were trying to help the victims.

Inside that beam some family members believe they can see at least two tiny, white orbs.

“Oh, my gosh,” Noble said to herself. “It’s a pathway to Heaven.” (Click to Article)

Clown Attack on Woman Forces Cincinnati Suburb to Close Schools

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An Ohio school district closed schools today after reports of a woman being attacked by a man dressed as a clown.

Schools in the Cincinnati suburb of Reading were closed in an announcement overnight.

Officials said that in the attack, the suspect made a threat against Reading students and grabbed the woman around her neck.

The suspect remains on the loose.

“We take all threats to the safety of our students seriously. We were especially concerned with the number of students who walk to school in the early morning hours and made the decision to close school. The district is working closely with the Reading Police on this matter,” the announcement stated. (Click to Article)

White House responds to secession petitions, calls for unity instead

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The White House has responded to a handful of petitions calling for various states to be given the right to secede from the United States, calling for unity and participatory government instead.

“In a nation of 300 million people — each with their own set of deeply-held beliefs — democracy can be noisy and controversial. And that’s a good thing. Free and open debate is what makes this country work, and many people around the world risk their lives every day for the liberties we often take for granted,” writes Director of the Office of Public Engagement Jon Carson.

“But as much as we value a healthy debate, we don’t let that debate tear us apart,” he adds.

A handful of “We the People” petitions calling for the government to allow various states to secede cropped up following President Obama’s reelection. The White House has responded to all those which received more than 25,000 signatures within a month, the minimum required to get a response.

The states included in the response are Florida, Louisiana, Georgia, Tennessee, Alabama, North Carolina, South Carolina and Texas. The Texas petition received over 125,000 signatures, more than any other.
The response was also issued, ironically, to a petition calling for the deportation of all those who signed secession petitions.

Carson goes on to argue for a united nation based on the Founding Fathers’ intentions, with the “right to change our national government through the power of the ballot.”

“But they did not provide a right to walk away from it. As President Abraham Lincoln explained in his first inaugural address in 1861, ‘in contemplation of universal law and of the Constitution the Union of these States is perpetual,'” Carson writes.

He adds that the Civil War “vindicated the principle that the Constitution establishes a permanent union between the States.”

Instead of seceding, Carson says, citizens of the U.S. should engage with the government.

“Whether it’s figuring out how to strengthen our economy, reduce our deficit in a responsible way, or protect our country, we will need to work together — and hear from one another — in order to find the best way to move forward,” he writes.

The “We the People” site has received a number of bizarre petitions since its inception, including one to give Vice President Joe Biden a television show, and one calling for the administration to build a Death Star.

The latter petition received a response from the White House this week. As with the secession petitions, the White House let down those hoping for a Death Star.

Paul Shawcross, chief of the White House Office of Management and Budget’s science and space branch, wrote that the proposal was simply too expensive.

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