Operation "GARDEN PLOT" ...They're the US GVT, and apparently they're preparing...

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  1. Time/02112 Senior Member Registered Senior Member

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    From: Time02112@epilot.com
    Date: Mon Apr 9, 2001 5:04pm
    Subject: Operation "GARDEN PLOT" ...They're the US GVT, and apparently they're preparing


    To view Photos of these images that appear to be "Vaccant"
    facilities resembling concentration camp style "Work Farms" complete
    & equipped with white unmarked vans & busses with US GVT plates,
    click on the following link below, or "copy & paste" in your browser.

    http://www.sightings.com/politics4/unwhite.htm

    (They're the US GVT, and apparently they're preparing to round up
    many of it's private citizens, "For
    WHAT"????????????)))))))))))))))))))))

    Mystery Solved? Huge
    Fleet Of New SUVs, Vans,
    Trucks Being Painted UN White?
    UPDATE


    From Ted Jones Jr <tedthefed@hotmail.com>
    8-2-99

    I am an employee of the INS and state that your information is wrong.

    The color of most "marked" INS vehicles is white. That is the way
    they are "issued" to most Districts and Border Patrol Sectors.

    Any markings are "usually" applied at the local level.

    Border Patrol vehicles are white with a green stripe and usually have
    tinted windows. Or they are just plain white with no markings,
    usually in the interior of the US.

    All transport vehicles will have a cage in it. Not to keep the aliens
    in, but more to protect the transporting personnel.

    In my time with INS I have yet to see a vehicle with shackles in it.
    By law we are prohibited from securing aliens to vehicles.

    I would assume that the white vehicles on the prison property in
    Texas are for our future use. The Border Patrol is ever increasing in
    an effort to "finally" secure the southern border.

    Detention Officers and Border Patrol currently use V-10 Ford vans,
    Tahoes, Yukons, Explorers, Expeditions and S-10 Blazers.

    Any questions or arguments.

    My e mail: tedthefed@hotmail.com

    Thanks for the time.

    P.S. White vehicles with UN markings and/or Military Police are
    another story. I frown upon the suspected use of these vehicles and I
    will fight to the death to inhibit UN forces actively pursuing
    UN/Martial law goals within the US.



    http://www.sightings.com/politics4/unwhite.htm

    (They're the US GVT is apparently preparing to round up many of it's
    private citizens, "For WHAT"????????????)))))))))))))))))))))


    ''(2) Any recommended legislation regarding chemical warfare
    defense.
    ''(3) The plan for the research program.''
    STUDY OF FACILITY FOR TRAINING AND EVALUATION OF CHEMICAL OR
    BIOLOGICAL WEAPONS RESPONSE PERSONNEL
    Pub. L. 104-132, title V, Sec. 521(b), Apr. 24, 1996, 110 Stat.
    1286, provided that:
    ''(1) Findings. - The Congress finds that -
    ''(A) the threat of the use of chemical and biological weapons
    by Third World countries and by terrorist organizations has
    increased in recent years and is now a problem of worldwide
    significance;
    ''(B) the military and law enforcement agencies in the United
    States that are responsible for responding to the use of such
    weapons require additional testing, training, and evaluation
    facilities to ensure that the personnel of such agencies
    discharge their responsibilities effectively; and
    ''(C) a facility that recreates urban and suburban locations
    would provide an especially effective environment in which to
    test, train, and evaluate such personnel for that purpose.
    ''(2) Study of facility. -
    ''(A) In general. - The President shall establish an
    interagency task force to determine the feasibility and
    advisability of establishing a facility that recreates both an
    urban environment and a suburban environment in such a way as to
    permit the effective testing, training, and evaluation in such
    environments of government personnel who are responsible for
    responding to the use of chemical and biological weapons in the
    United States.
    ''(B) Description of facility. - The facility considered under
    subparagraph (A) shall include -
    ''(i) facilities common to urban environments (including a
    multistory building and an underground rail transit system) and
    to suburban environments;
    ''(ii) the capacity to produce controllable releases of
    chemical and biological agents from a variety of urban and
    suburban structures, including laboratories, small buildings,
    and dwellings;
    ''(iii) the capacity to produce controllable releases of
    chemical and biological agents into sewage, water, and air
    management systems common to urban areas and suburban areas;
    ''(iv) chemical and biocontaminant facilities at the P3 and
    P4 levels;
    ''(v) the capacity to test and evaluate the effectiveness of
    a variety of protective clothing and facilities and survival
    techniques in urban areas and suburban areas; and
    ''(vi) the capacity to test and evaluate the effectiveness of
    variable sensor arrays (including video, audio, meteorological,
    chemical, and biosensor arrays) in urban areas and suburban
    areas.
    ''(C) Sense of congress. - It is the sense of Congress that the
    facility considered under subparagraph (A) shall, if established
    -
    ''(i) be under the jurisdiction of the Secretary of Defense;
    and
    ''(ii) be located at a principal facility of the Department
    of Defense for the testing and evaluation of the use of
    chemical and biological weapons during any period of armed
    conflict.''
    CONSOLIDATION OF CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL DEFENSE TRAINING
    ACTIVITIES
    Section 1702 of Pub. L. 103-160 provided that: ''The Secretary of
    Defense shall consolidate all chemical and biological warfare
    defense training activities of the Department of Defense at the
    United States Army Chemical School.''
    SENSE OF CONGRESS CONCERNING FEDERAL EMERGENCY PLANNING FOR
    RESPONSE TO TERRORIST THREATS
    Section 1704 of Pub. L. 103-160 provided that: ''It is the sense
    of Congress that the President should strengthen Federal
    interagency emergency planning by the Federal Emergency Management
    Agency and other appropriate Federal, State, and local agencies for
    development of a capability for early detection and warning of and
    response to -
    ''(1) potential terrorist use of chemical or biological agents
    or weapons; and
    ''(2) emergencies or natural disasters involving industrial
    chemicals or the widespread outbreak of disease.''

    -CITE-
    50 USC Sec. 1523 01/05/99

    -EXPCITE-
    TITLE 50 - WAR AND NATIONAL DEFENSE
    CHAPTER 32 - CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL WARFARE PROGRAM

    -HEAD-
    Sec. 1523. Annual report on chemical and biological warfare defense

    -STATUTE-
    (a) Report required
    The Secretary of Defense shall include in the annual report of
    the Secretary under section 113(c) of title 10 a report on chemical
    and biological warfare defense. The report shall assess -
    (1) the overall readiness of the Armed Forces to fight in a
    chemical-biological warfare environment and shall describe steps
    taken and planned to be taken to improve such readiness; and
    (2) requirements for the chemical and biological warfare
    defense program, including requirements for training, detection,
    and protective equipment, for medical prophylaxis, and for
    treatment of casualties resulting from use of chemical or
    biological weapons.
    (b) Matters to be included
    The report shall include information on the following:
    (1) The quantities, characteristics, and capabilities of
    fielded chemical and biological defense equipment to meet wartime
    and peacetime requirements for support of the Armed Forces,
    including individual protective items.
    (2) The status of research and development programs, and
    acquisition programs, for required improvements in chemical and
    biological defense equipment and medical treatment, including an
    assessment of the ability of the Department of Defense and the
    industrial base to meet those requirements.
    (3) Measures taken to ensure the integration of requirements
    for chemical and biological defense equipment and material among
    the Armed Forces.
    (4) The status of nuclear, biological, and chemical (NBC)
    warfare defense training and readiness among the Armed Forces and
    measures being taken to include realistic nuclear, biological,
    and chemical warfare simulations in war games, battle
    simulations, and training exercises.
    (5) Measures taken to improve overall management and
    coordination of the chemical and biological defense program.
    (6) Problems encountered in the chemical and biological warfare
    defense program during the past year and recommended solutions to
    those problems for which additional resources or actions by the
    Congress are required.
    (7) A description of the chemical warfare defense preparations
    that have been and are being undertaken by the Department of
    Defense to address needs which may arise under article X of the
    Chemical Weapons Convention.
    (8) A summary of other preparations undertaken by the
    Department of Defense and the On-Site Inspection Agency to
    prepare for and to assist in the implementation of the
    convention, including activities such as training for inspectors,
    preparation of defense installations for inspections under the
    convention using the Defense Treaty Inspection Readiness Program,
    provision of chemical weapons detection equipment, and assistance
    in the safe transportation, storage, and destruction of chemical
    weapons in other signatory nations to the convention.
    (9) A description of any program involving the testing of
    biological or chemical agents on human subjects that was carried
    out by the Department of Defense during the period covered by the
    report, together with -
    (A) a detailed justification for the testing;
    (B) a detailed explanation of the purposes of the testing;
    (C) a description of each chemical or biological agent
    tested; and
    (D) the Secretary's certification that informed consent to
    the testing was obtained from each human subject in advance of
    the testing on that subject.

    -SOURCE-
    (Pub. L. 103-160, div. A, title XVII, Sec. 1703, Nov. 30, 1993,
    107 Stat. 1854; Pub. L. 105-85, div. A, title X, Sec. 1078(f),
    Nov. 18, 1997, 111 Stat. 1915.)

    -COD-
    CODIFICATION
    Section was enacted as part of the National Defense Authorization
    Act for Fiscal Year 1994, and not as part of Pub. L. 91-121, title
    IV, Sec. 409, Nov. 19, 1969, 83 Stat. 209, which comprises this
    chapter.

    -MISC3-
    AMENDMENTS
    1997 - Subsec. (b)(9). Pub. L. 105-85 added par. (9).

    -CITE-
    50 USC Sec. 1524 01/05/99

    -EXPCITE-
    TITLE 50 - WAR AND NATIONAL DEFENSE
    CHAPTER 32 - CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL WARFARE PROGRAM

    -HEAD-
    Sec. 1524. Agreements to provide support to vaccination programs of
    Department of Health and Human Services

    -STATUTE-
    (a) Agreements authorized
    The Secretary of Defense may enter into agreements with the
    Secretary of Health and Human Services to provide support for
    vaccination programs of the Secretary of Health and Human Services
    in the United States through use of the excess peacetime biological
    weapons defense capability of the Department of Defense.
    (b) Report
    Not later than February 1, 1994, the Secretary of Defense shall
    submit to the congressional defense committees a report on the
    feasibility of providing Department of Defense support for
    vaccination programs under subsection (a) of this section and shall
    identify resource requirements that are not within the Department's
    capability.

    -SOURCE-
    (Pub. L. 103-160, div. A, title XVII, Sec. 1705, Nov. 30, 1993,
    107 Stat. 1856.)

    -COD-
    CODIFICATION
    Section was enacted as part of the National Defense Authorization
    Act for Fiscal Year 1994, and not as part of Pub. L. 91-121, title
    IV, Sec. 409, Nov. 19, 1969, 83 Stat. 209, which comprises this
    chapter.

    -CROSS-
    ''CONGRESSIONAL DEFENSE COMMITTEES'' DEFINED
    Congressional defense committees means the Committees on Armed
    Services and the Committees on Appropriations of the Senate and
    House of Representatives, see section 3 of Pub. L. 103-160, 107
    Stat. 1562.

    -CITE-
    50 USC Sec. 1525 01/05/99

    -EXPCITE-
    TITLE 50 - WAR AND NATIONAL DEFENSE
    CHAPTER 32 - CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL WARFARE PROGRAM

    -HEAD-
    Sec. 1525. Assistance for facilities subject to inspection under
    Chemical Weapons Convention

    -STATUTE-
    (a) Assistance authorized
    Upon the request of the owner or operator of a facility that is
    subject to a routine inspection or a challenge inspection under the
    Chemical Weapons Convention, the Secretary of Defense may provide
    technical assistance to that owner or operator related to
    compliance of that facility with the Convention. Any such
    assistance shall be provided through the On-Site Inspection Agency
    of the Department of Defense.
    (b) Reimbursement requirement
    The Secretary may provide assistance under subsection (a) of this
    section only to the extent that the Secretary determines that the
    Department of Defense will be reimbursed for costs incurred in
    providing the assistance. The United States National Authority may
    provide such reimbursement from amounts available to it. Any such
    reimbursement shall be credited to amounts available for the
    On-Site Inspection Agency.
    (c) Definitions
    In this section:
    (1) The terms ''Chemical Weapons Convention'' and
    ''Convention'' mean the Convention on the Prohibition of the
    Development, Production, Stockpiling and Use of Chemical Weapons
    and on Their Destruction, ratified by the United States on April
    25, 1997, and entered into force on April 29, 1997.
    (2) The term ''facility that is subject to a routine
    inspection'' means a declared facility, as defined in paragraph
    15 of part X of the Annex on Implementation and Verification of
    the Convention.
    (3) The term ''challenge inspection'' means an inspection
    conducted under Article IX of the Convention.
    (4) The term ''United States National Authority'' means the
    United States National Authority established or designated
    pursuant to Article VII, paragraph 4, of the Convention.

    -SOURCE-
    (Pub. L. 105-85, div. A, title XIII, Sec. 1303, Nov. 18, 1997, 111
    Stat. 1951.)

    -COD-
    CODIFICATION
    Section was enacted as part of the National Defense Authorization
    Act for Fiscal Year 1998, and not as part of Pub. L. 91-121, title
    IV, Sec. 409, Nov. 19, 1969, 83 Stat. 209, which comprises this
    chapter.

    -CITE-
     
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  3. 666 Registered Senior Member

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    Come on man you can't even see the plates!!!!!!!!!! Let alone wheter or not the vans have any other marks the pictures are so blured that the name on the big rig is just light grey smear down the side.
     
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  5. Tiassa Let us not launch the boat ... Staff Member

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    Hence Amendments 1 and 2

    We're free to communicate our ideas and knowledge, and we're free to arm ourselves. In this sense, I am quite confident that our nation's gun owners will put their money where their mouth is. Even at its worst conspiracy implications, there is the notion that we deserve what we get. Americans, to say the least, prefer electing idiots over honest people because we, too, are idiots. It seems that the greater part of the electorate prefer a candidate who flashes agreeable smiles and rhetoric regarding birth control or artistic expression as compared to personal and ideological integrity. If our leaders are to betray us, it's nobody's fault but our own.

    Of the implications of such a conspiracy, I have a plethora of notions. Of the viability of such a conspiracy theory, I make no claims. I'm generally of the mann philosophy, in which I take conspiracies on their merits. For instance, I still wonder why I never heard any serious, educated conspiracy theorists talk about tracking devices in $20 bills until the week after X-Files aired their episode on the same. I heard little about FEMA until it was implicated by the X-Files. Under Reagan, I lived beneath the spectre of satellites that could read your headlines from outer space ... to be honest, the nearest thing to it I found in any sense that fits the bill for the time in question was Operation Crossbow, the fictional satellite from Real Genius.

    Here we see a conspiracy which I've never heard before; I disqualify my above disqualifications in the sense that I have no precedent for this conspiracy. I am, curious, though, why people fear the most atrocious yet continue to elect the same cadre to power.

    As I said, not much for the details from me, but the implications are fascinating.

    thanx,
    Tiassa

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  7. HOWARDSTERN HOWARDSTERN has logged out.... Registered Senior Member

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    Even more: HOWARDSTERNisms

    Preconceived notions & overactive fearful emotions!

    The NSA & CIA & NSC & BTF & FBI & NCAA has Nothing To Hide/
    The NSA & CIA & NSC & BTF & FBI & NCAA has Nothing To Hide/
    The NSA & CIA & NSC & BTF & FBI & NCAA has Nothing To Hide/

    Nothing To Hide/
    Nothing To Hide/
    Nothing To Hide/!!!


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    <font size ="6"><font color="green"><i> FREE THE WEED ! ! ! </font color></i></font size>

    LOL ! ! ! people!

    ps.. Tiassa stop picking on Ronald!
     

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