National Guard Caught On Camera Training For This Among Civilians


April 27, 2015 6:26am PST

Over the past few weeks, we have been reporting that the government is preparing to conduct a series of military training exercises in which soldiers will be taught to deal with “civil unrest” among the American public. Now, a chilling new video has emerged of the National Guard doing just that.

The footage, shot in Tennessee earlier this month, shows the Tennessee National Guard teaming up with the Nashville police in a role play exercise in which they take turns playing the role of violent rioters. Members of the 134th Air Refueling Wing of the Tennessee Air National Guard then deal with these rioters by throwing objects at them and hitting them with batons.

According to an official in the video, this drill will now take place every month and will train the troops “in case they ever come in contact with a riot control situation.”

“We use this training because we know that if we have to use it in the outside world or within a base then we’re ready,” he added.

It’s videos like this that have made the American public increasingly paranoid that the government is using these exercises as a dry run for martial law. These fears were raised earlier this year when the government announced Operation Jade Helm, a training exercise set to take place this summer in Texas in which soldiers will infiltrate the American public to see if they can conduct a series of tasks unnoticed.

Many have connected Jade Helm to the mysterious closings of five Walmart stores across the country. Some say that these stores are about to be used as bases for these mysterious training exercises.

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