Superbowl Security: Sports Stadiums Are Newest FEMA Camps
February 2, 2014
From the Trenches World Report & Homeland Security Newswire
Commentary: The NFL is indeed the new TSA. In September 2011, Simon Properties, the largest owners of malls in North America inked a deal with DHS to allow their malls to be used as detention centers in times of "national emergency”. DHS has followed suit with plans to use sports facilities as detention centers (i.e. FEMA camps). DHS and FEMA have even rehearsed for martial law detentions at various sports stadiums. The most well-known of these "rehearsed" events took place in Denver.
All Major League Sports Facilities
Are the New FEMA Camps
From the Trenches World Report
(January 30, 2014) -- The NFL is the current trendsetter in the indoctrination of the American people into living under total martial law. The NFL is indeed the new TSA.
The National Football League has instituted new security rules at all stadiums, which bans certain items. Prohibited items include, but are not limited to: Purses larger than a clutch bag, coolers, briefcases, backpacks, fanny packs, cinch bags, seat cushions, luggage of any kind, computer bags and camera bags or any bag larger than the permissible size."
And, they have granted themselves the "right" to touch you anywhere, in their enhanced pat downs from the ankles and above. Welcome to the TSA's Police State America, NFL-style.
In September of 2011, Simon Properties, the largest owners of malls in North America inked a deal with DHS to allow their malls to be used as detention centers in times of "national emergency”. DHS has followed suit with their plans to use sports facilities as detention centers (i.e. FEMA camps).
DHS and FEMA have even rehearsed for martial law detentions at various sports stadiums. The most well-known of these "rehearsed" events took place in Denver.
On September 23, 2011, the Department of Homeland Security and FEMA conducted a disaster drill in Denver, Colorado that they called Operation Mountain Guardian. [See story below.]
The plan was all-inclusive and basically shut down the Denver metropolitan area including Denver International Airport, many malls, many schools and several other public venues including Sports Authority Field where the Denver Broncos play professional football. Why didn't this event put people in the streets by the tens of thousands? To rub salt in the wound, a similar drill was conducted at Giants Stadium in New York in the same year.
As a part of the drill, several busloads of school children were taken to Sports Authority Field along with their teachers. Surrogate parents were hired by FEMA to attempt to pick up their children at the stadium. The training was apparently a desensitization exercise for security personnel designed to refuse demands to pick up their children from these "pretend" parents.
The real parents of these children were not properly notified that their children would be transported to the stadium and would be a part of this disaster drill. As a parent, I would have a major problem with the non-notification of the relocation of children.
I find this ironic, because before a school child is allowed to go on a field trip, their parents and teachers are required to fill out a multiple list of permission forms that must be signed by parent or guardian of the child. This is a sign of things to come courtesy of FEMA and DHS.
As if this is not bad enough, the NFL and DHS just announced their Super Bowl security measures. During the 2012 Super Bowl, thousands of stadium vendors were taught how to spot "potential terrorist activities" during a mandated TSA training program.
Fans were also subjected to full body pat downs, a policy ordered by the DHS in 2011. Every fan who attends the Super Bowl will not only have their genitals touched, but will also have their food ex-rayed along with their bodies. At this year's Super Bowl, even a fan's food will be X-rayed. This is insane!
Denver Holds Operation Mountain Guardian Drill
Homeland Security Newswire
(September 23, 2011) -- The city of Denver, Colorado plays host to a massive terror-attack simulation involving over 100 emergency services organizations; the largest drill of its kind in the region is intended to ‘stress-test"
the planning and resources of local first responders
With the involvement of over 100 individual jurisdictions and agencies, Denver today played host to Operation Mountain Guardian, the largest coordinated terrorism attack drill held in the area.
The simulation concept is that of four coordinated attacks at ten locations around Denver. The drill is modeled after the November, 2008 attacks in Mumbai, India.
Scheduled to run all day, from 5 AM through to approximately 4:30 PM, the exercise will include generous amounts of smoke, loud, sudden noises as well as simulated small arms fire.
It will include planned responses from 101 police departments, fire departments, emergency medical personnel and ambulances as well as military personnel and hospitals. Residents and visitors are being advised to expect explosions, smoke, drawn weapons and simulated small-arms fire, as well as emergency vehicles racing about.
Designed to "stress-test" the plans made by a variety of emergency services and first response organizations in the Denver area. There will be no shortage of mass casualties, though no public streets or business facilities will be closed off to the public during the exercise.
The wide-ranging simulation will take place at venues as varied as shopping malls, an elementary school, the Community College of Aurora, as well as Denver International Airport, Sky Ridge Medical Center, University of Colorado Hospital, and the Sports Authority Field at Mile High.
The goal of the medical facilities’ involvement is to test planning done in the event of a medical surge, a sudden increase in medical need, as would follow a large-scale terror attack. Being tested are first response, transport to medical facilities, triage and treatment of a range of likely terrorist-caused injuries.
Funding for the exercise comes from the Department of Homeland Security through the Federal Emergency Management Agency, and from the Colorado Governor’s Office of Homeland Security.
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