Wednesday, October 31, 2018

Miles Of Razor Wire, 5,200 Soldiers Deployed To Southwest Border

“We have enough concertina wire to cover up to 22 miles already deployed to the border. We have additional concertina wire that we can string, with over 150 miles available. Additionally, looking at where the reinforcers are needed so we can get it exactly where CBP wants us to put it.
We’re also bringing three highly experienced and capable combat engineering battalions with expertise in building temporary vehicle barriers, fencing — and we’re bringing them in with heavy equipment which, as we speak right now, is line-hauling towards Texas.
We’re bringing military planning teams that are already actively engaged with their CBP counterparts…We’re bringing three medium-lift helicopter companies in. These are aircraft equipped with the latest technology. They’re enhanced with optics. They have NVGs (night-vision goggles). They have sensors that will allow them to operate at night and be able to provide assistance to bring our CBP personnel exactly where they need to be, regardless of the conditions.
We’ll be able to spot-identify groups and rapidly deploy CBP personnel where they’re needed.
The helicopters will ensure the CBP agents can arrive in the most austere locations. They can fast-rope down if they need to. They can conduct and work their law enforcement activities. These aircraft will also ensure those agents needing medical assistance will be able to get that assistance when required.
In addition, we’re bringing military police units. We’re bringing strategic airlift to bear. As we sit right now, we have three C-130s and a C-17 that is ready to deploy CBP personnel wherever they need to be at any time.
We have deployable medical units. We have the logistical support. We have command posts. We’re bringing, again, command posts so we can combine with CBP, and we have combined command posts where our operational commanders will be working side-by-side to integrate our efforts.”

20 comments:

  1. No "Red Line" that shall not be crossed. Wait...I meant THIS red line.
    Or, maybe...THIS one!

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  2. yadda, yadda, yadda. Release the Hounds!!

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  3. Razor wire isn't truly effective without trip flares, claymores and 105 beehive rounds to back it up.

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  4. I read there were already Militia stationed in Texas. Whew!
    There are thousands of Militia in almost all the states.
    https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-10-31/texas-border-residents-warned-armed-civilians-confronting-caravan-trump-says

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    1. Yes there are some there who patrol constantly. I believe I've posted a few. Thanks.

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  5. They are going to need a lot more razor wire IMHO. Concrete barriers, quicksand, glue pits, sticky foam applicators, sonic dispersal systems, and infrared heat lamps. What about playing that yodeling cowboy music from "When Mars Attacks," Slim Whitman, "The Indian love Song" I think." This should light up ole fauxca-haunts-us too. I'm thinking even 150 miles of wire is not enough.

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    1. I'm thinking even 150 miles of wire is not enough.

      I believe a manned wall with sensors would knock out a huge percentage though the planned 'wall' does not cover every mile as they rule that those are deemed too difficult to access, Dien Bien Phu :), and there are some that have barriers but not walls now, plus there are some they think good enough now.

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  6. Make that Slim's "The Cattle Call Song." The internet is sure great for them ole memory hole researches, eh?

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  7. Shoulda been having ALL the Natl. Guard and Reserve Combat Engineer units doing this during their summer ATs (Annual Training) for the past 2 years already!

    Money's already allocated and he doesn't need CONgress approval as CINC.

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  8. Hey Brock, Here are some respectable thoughts on this Caravan THING. Is it a Psyops, is it a False Flag? It does seem rather fictional and grandiose. Rush has been talking about the logistics all along. This article brings up some poignant facts and scorching questions.

    canadafreepress.com/article/the-caravan-is-not-coming-because-its-already-here

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