MARYLAND’S BIT PART IN HOMELAND SECURITY THEATRE


Check out Maryland’s ‘Terror Billboards’  –

(Jack Mullen) – Driving around the State of Maryland (State slogan: “The Free State”) one could get the impression he or she has passed into an alternative universe where the State had morphed into a dystopic, Orwellian-Jumbo-Tron surveillance state complete with big screen outdoor billboards advising ‘citizens’ to be ever vigil of possible terrorist activities and encouraging ‘citizens’ to report any ‘suspicious’ activities they might observe.

Orwell’s “1984” can be viewed as the Bible of Tyranny, Mind Control, and Scientific Enslavement, the entire book is a explanation of today’s manufactured false reality, culture and expression of a totalitarian State supported on fear; a mind crushing, thought controlling, humanity limiting, IQ damaging, containment cube, squashing the life and potential out of the ‘citizen’ while confining the soul to a prison of impossible self-actualization.

The State of Maryland and other states now under the control of nationalist hating, Constitution ignoring, One World Government promoting, agents of a foreign occupation force are participating in a giant psychological operation (psy-op) trying to give credibility to the phony terrorism narrative being pushed on the public mind by the Usurped Federal Government.

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25JAN2014 – Giant Military Surveillance Blimp to Constantly Monitor the East Coast


(Motherboard) – By the end of the year, there will likely be two giant Army blimps hovering 10,000 feet above Baltimore with the ability to see 340 miles in any direction.

Most forms of surveillance have weaknesses: If they’re ground-based, they have range limitations. Predator drones have to refuel and don’t have the ability to hover in one spot. Helicopters are really loud and generally have to fly pretty low. That’s where JLENS comes in. It’s a giant, 243-foot long blimp that’s tethered to the ground. It has ridiculously powerful radar and cameras. It pretty much doesn’t have to move, and it only has to land once a month or so for quick maintenance.

Yes, that means the entire mid-Atlantic region will, at least, have the potential to be under “persistent surveillance,” a dream term for those in the intelligence biz and a worst-case scenario for those who care a lick about privacy. One aerostat that was tested in Utah last year was able to follow individual vehicles “dozens of miles away” and watch a test subject plant a fake bomb on the side of the road. According to the Washington Post, the Army has “no current plans” to use that high-powered video sensor in Maryland, but wouldn’t rule out using it in the future. 

Rumors of the Army buying a JLENS from Raytheon to put in Aberdeen, Maryland, have been swirling for a couple years now—earlier this year, Timothy Carey, then-Vice President for Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance with Raytheon told me that “it depends on the day of the week” as to whether the Army wanted to go ahead and purchase one. Well, it seems they’ve made up their mind. They’re reportedly buying two blimps at a cost of roughly $2.7 billion—one will use a long-range radar and the other will use a higher-frequency radar to help target threats.

Even at $2.7 billion, the system is much cheaper than running constant Predator drones or having other manned surveillance aircraft fly in circles all day. There’s still no exact date for when the blimps will start operating, and a collision in which a separate airship crashed into a JLENS last fallhas delayed the program.

JLENS, at least in theory, isn’t meant to spy on everyday citizens. It’s a military aircraft that’s supposed to spot things like incoming enemy fighter jets and missiles long before ground-based radar can. It’s meant to be paired with Patriot Missiles to do things like shoot nukes out of the air. It can spot incoming missiles or aircrafts up to 340 miles out and can track vehicles on the ground up to 140 miles away, meaning its effective ground vision area is 62,000 miles. Raytheon envisioned it as something that could sit on an army base in, say, Iraq or Afghanistan to allow the military to spot threats many miles away.

“You can keep it up for virtually a month or so at a time with very little maintenance,” Carey said. “You wouldn’t have them positioned anywhere close to the front lines because they have the capability to see deep and aren’t great at moving.”

But with its capabilities, it certainly can also be used at home for persistent surveillance on not-so-nearby people.

“I don’t care how good of a radar you have, if you put it on the ground and you’re trying to detect targets flying close to the earth, you’re not going to see them in time,” Carey said. “When you elevate the sensor, clearly you can see further out, you can detect things further out.”

JLENS also doesn’t have to focus on just one target at a time. According to Raytheon, it can “track hundreds of airborne and surface moving threats, in 360 degrees.” And it’ll be flying full time by the end of the year.

http://motherboard.vice.com/blog/a-giant-military-surveillance-blimp-is-going-to-constantly-monitor-the-east-coast

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26JUL2013: Pentagon to deploy huge blimps over Washington, DC for 360-degree surveillance

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17OCT2013: MD Military Drill- Gunfire and Explosions alarm Bowie residents


(Gazette.net) – After hearing a loud boom followed by sounds of what appeared to be explosions around 3:30 a.m., Mary Lampe, 70, of Bowie, said her husband, Don, promptly called 911.

“We thought it was gunfire, and it sounded like it was coming from the direction of Melford,” said Mary Lampe, who lives on Forest Drive, recalling the Oct. 7 incident. “It was disturbing to be honest.”

At 4:23 a.m., a Prince George’s County police helicopter crew that was surveying the area discovered the sounds were coming from an unannounced military training exercise in Davidsonville, said Bowie Police Chief John K. Nesky.

“We had no idea, so we kind of converged on the area, set up a perimeter and tried to judge where things were coming from. The county helicopter was able to determine it was a military exercise,” Nesky said.

The Lampes were one of 18 Bowie households that called 911 reporting sounds of explosions and gunfire, said Charlynn Flaherty, a spokesperson for the county’s Department of Public Safety that manages the emergency dispatch center.

The Bowie Police Department dispatched its entire seven-person squad and then requested assistance from the Prince George’s police who sent one of its two helicopters to survey the Melford area near U.S. 50, said Maria McKinney, a county police spokesperson. Since the calls were within Bowie’s jurisdiction, no county police officers were dispatched or other resources used, she said.

The United States Air Force based in Joint Base Andrews near Upper Marlboro conducts regular training exercises in Davidsonville. However, this particular training, which involves weapons training, is usually held in New Mexico or Germany and has never been held at the base before, said base spokesperson Eric Sharman.

Sharman said alerting the public about training exercises is “standard procedure,” and base officials are investigating why an announcement wasn’t made this time.

Bowie City Manager David Deutsch as well as police met with Air Force officials Monday to discuss the incident and negotiated terms under which the base will conduct future trainings, according to a letter Deutsch sent to the Air Force.

The training will continue in Davidsonville but only from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. until Friday.

Air Force officials have also agreed to contact city officials, the Bowie Police Department and local media outlets prior to any future trainings, Sharman said.

Police and Air Force officials are still uncertain why sounds from the training traveled to Bowie, especially since Anne Arundel County police didn’t receive any calls reporting noise, he said.

“We were thinking it was such low fog and cover that night that it pushed everything towards us. It was the perfect storm of atmospheric conditions to drive that sound towards us,” Nesky said. “We went out there with the captain and the colonel from the Air Force and they set out a ground burst and you could hear it, but it was nothing like the level it was [that night].”

The Bowie Police Department sent community emails and made an announcement through the Bowie alert system to notify residents of the ongoing training exercise, he said.

Read More: http://www.gazette.net/article/20131017/NEWS/131019340/1124/military-drill-gives-bowie-residents-a-scare&template=gazette

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30SEPT2013: UPDATE: Reports of Military Movement in FEMA Region 3


There is numerous reports of military movement and action taking place in FEMA Region 3. There is also ‘chatter’ that troops (described as Russian) were in NC and up the East Coast. The Government Rag does not have anyway to verify the chatter and is sharing this video for readers to continue their own investigations into the military movement.

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If anyone has anymore information to contribute to the FEMA REGION 3 Rumors, please comment below.

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(BIN) – This video below was taken by YouTube videographer Eesa Ahad who lives in Delaware and took the footage below days ago. This videographer is obviously familiar with the rumors of an emergency situation unfolding in FEMA Region 3, of which Delaware is a part of, and took this video footage. Check out the line of military vehicles in FEMA Region 3. What are they preparing for? A language warning comes along as part of this video. What the….  is going on?

WARNING:  Some Offensive Language In Above Video

also see this video…

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29SEPT2013: Congress Moves to DICTATE the Future of Journalism

29SEPT2013: Joint Training Exercises to Increase Military Air Traffic over Boise

29SEPT2013: U.S. Air Force and Boeing sent their first unmanned F-16 jet plane into the air

29SEPT2013: JIM WILLIE: FLASH TRADING HITS US TREASURY BONDS

28SEPT2013 – SW Reserve Units Take Part in Extensive Patient Evacuation Exercise

26SEPT2013: Idaho and NM Base to host multinational exercise with Germans and Canadians

25SEPT2013: Kerry Signs UN Arms Treaty

24Sept2013: Texas mass casualty exercise tests military, civilian first responders

21 Sept2013: DHS to test facial recognition technology at WA State hockey game

18Sept2013: FBI Warns: Terrorists to Attack Fuel Storage Plants Inside U.S.

18SEPT2013: Al Qaeda’s Economic warfare plans against America in form of wildfires

13SEPT2013: Andrew Maguire: CFTC has had metals market rigging documents for a year

13SEPT2013: Venture Capitalist Claims US Troops Have Received Orders to Deploy to Syria?

11SEPT2013 – Heightened Military Presence for Urban Training in Charlottesville, NC

08SEPT2013: Chinese Joint Military Exercises to begin at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii

04SEPT2013: High Level Source Confirms Secret US Nuclear Warhead Transfer

02SEPT2013: America’s SWAT team in VA this week to practice knocking on doors

31AUG2013: Militarization of police more widespread, especially in small towns

30AUG2013: Freemason Warns of BioChem Attack on US City

29AUG2013: NORAD to exercise over Northern Va. this week

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30SEPT2013: All Eyes focus up: Navy Research Blimp Hovering Over Maryland


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“The Navy is conducting aerial mapping over Baltimore, and it’s caught the eye of many residents far below.”  – Christie Ileto

(BaltimoreCbsLocal) – BALTIMORE (WJZ) — You may have noticed an unusual sight over the Baltimore area in the last few days—a Navy balloon hovering in the sky. Christie Ileto explains what the blimp is doing.

The Navy is conducting aerial mapping over Baltimore, and it’s caught the eye of many residents far below.

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If you’ve looked up lately, you may have spotted a U.S. Navy blimp hiding in the clouds, or hovering over Baltimore’s harbor on clear sunny days.

“I’ve been seeing it all week. Like, every day,” said Ashley Bradley.

Almost 200-feet long, it’s flying over Baltimore.

“Me and my friends were actually talking about it and wondering what it was,” Bradley said.

“I was coming down 95 and I was like, ‘what is with that blimp?’” said Dennis McGill.

The U.S. Navy research laboratory says the blimp is a governmentresearch airship conducting aerial mapping, and that the MZ-3A lighter than air blimp began roaming above the D.C. area on September 21 and can remain stationary for more than 12 hours.

The blimp is mapping in the flight restriction zones around Washington D.C. It includes places like the Department of Agriculture and at some of ourmajor airports like BWI.

YouTube video even shows the blimp propelled by two 180 horsepower engines, landing as far west as the Frederick Municipal Airport.

The “Baltimore Blimp” as it’s being called online has even sparked Twitter discussions. People want to know what it’s doing in the sky—others are just “blimp watching.”

“Usually when they have a football game or something you see a blimp. But this one was, like, way high,” McGill said.

But the blimp won’t be up for much longer. The research lab says after October 5, it’s flying away.

When the mission is complete, pilots will fly the blimp north to a base in New Jersey.

Right now, it is stationed at the Naval Air Station in the Patuxent River.

Read More: http://baltimore.cbslocal.com/2013/09/27/eye-in-the-sky-navy-research-blimp-hovering-over-charm-city/

ALSO READ: 26JUL2013: Pentagon to deploy huge blimps over Washington, DC for 360-degree surveillance

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