From the Conservative Tribune: Conservatives aren’t all conspiracy theorists, though liberals would prefer to characterize the two groups as the same. Yet it pays to be vigilant and not reject the seemingly unlikely out of hand.
Now, there has been recent activity in the state of Texas that increases concern that there is some plan for the United Nations to take control of the United States.
A Vietnam veteran, whose name is being withheld, recently videotaped “30 U.N. vehicles fully loaded with combat-prepared troops” driving through the Dallas area. They were headed in the direction of Garland, which was the site of an aborted terrorist attack this past week.
Nevertheless, this information is going viral as many Americans grow more concerned about the possibility of a U.N. takeover (H/T Conservative Post).
On its face, this seems to be a wildly unlikely idea, but the question stubbornly remains: what are these U.N. vehicles doing speeding across Texas? Shouldn’t U.N. military personnel be engaged as peacekeepers in distressed areas such as Darfur or Liberia?
Their presence on America’s interstate highways is troubling, and no one seems to have fact-based answers, which is even more troubling.
While those who grow concerned after seeing photos like this are often dismissed as crackpots, we should keep in mind that the chances of their being right are not zero.
As Americans in this time of terrorism and opaque government actions, we must keep tabs on unusual activities in our midst.
Report anything out of the ordinary that you are seeing out there. Blackhawk flyovers, overly large military convoys, especially in strange places. Message us your intel, and we’ll get it out there anonymously.