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U.S. military 'psyop' terrorizes Houston residents with military helicopters, gunfire and assault teams

Thursday, January 31, 2013 by: Jonathan Benson, staff writer
Tags: Houston, black helicopters, psyop

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(NaturalNews) Unconstitutional gun control proposals, unmanned drone patrols on American soil, and unannounced military drills in residential neighborhoods -- these are just a few of the many tactics the globalist-hijacked federal government is now using to instill fear in American citizens for the eventual purpose of taking over the country and enslaving the population under a military dictatorship. And one of the latest demonstrations of force to achieve this evil endgame occurred in a neighborhood in Houston, Texas, where multiple agencies of the federal government and the American military conducted a mock terror drill at a local high school without warning local residents.

As reported by ABC 13 News, residents in a southeast Houston neighborhood were greeted on Monday, January 28, 2013, with a troupe of military helicopters, SWAT teams, and other war zone-type accoutrements as part of an unannounced military drill. The U.S. Army and a handful of other federal agencies converged on Carnegie Vanguard High School in the Sunnyside neighborhood of south Houston, according to reports, where they suddenly and for no apparent reason initiated a massive psychological operation, also known as a "psyop," that ended up needlessly terrorizing the entire neighborhood.

"She told me, 'don't come home; it sounds like we're in a war zone,'" explained Isaac Robertson Jr. to ABC 13 News in Houston, referring to his partner Frances Jerrals who had previously told reporters that she thought the entire operation was a real-life act of terrorism, as there was audible gunfire and other chaotic commotion taking place in multiple areas of town. "(There were) guns, shooting, helicopters flying around the house," he added about the horrific experience, which left Jerrals and her neighbors stricken with confusion and fear.

You can view raw footage of portions of the drill as captured by KTRK-TV in Houston here:

Just one week earlier, a similar incident took place near Miami, Florida, where military helicopters reportedly swarmed a neighborhood "to ensure the military's ability to operate in urban environments, prepare forces for upcoming overseas deployments, and meet mandatory training certification requirements." In this case, local police did warn residents in advance that a military presence might appear in various neighborhoods around town, but they did not say where or when this would occur.

And back in August, InfoWars.com reported that another unannounced military exercise had also taken place in Massachusetts. According to reports, local police were not made privy to the operation beforehand, which prompted them to begin barricading streets to maintain order. During this exercise, military helicopters were seen hovering overhead late into the night as part of an exercise involving a "simulated warfare" situation taking place in a public area.

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