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The U.S. Military's Plan for London-Like Riots
Anonµmous™
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deal The U.S. Military's Plan for London-Like Riots
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With British Prime Minister David Cameron authorizing the use of rubber bullets and water canons in wake of the turbulent London riots spreading through Britain, questions have been raised about how authorities in the U.S. would respond to a similar domestic disturbance threatening the nation's stability. According to National Journal's White House correspondent Marc Ambinder the U.S. already has a game plan in place. "If what happened in London ever happened in the US, the military has plans -- CONPLAN 3501 and 3502 -- to suppress the 'insurrection,' he tweeted. The mysterious reference to a numbered military plan generated a flurry of interest on Twitter as NPR host Michele Norris shot back:"I want to know more about the military's plan to suppress any potential 'insurrection.'-- CONPLAN 3501 and 3502????"

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375,000 National Guardsmen and 14,000 Army Reservists had been trained in riot control as the year closed. The Army National Guard conducted, at the expense of regular training, sixteen hours of refresher civil disturbance training. Some states also carried out civil disturbance command post exercises in conjunction with local and state civil authorities. The Army Reserve had three infantry brigades which were part of the federal military contingency force for the control of civil disturbances. These units also conducted sixteen hours of refresher civil disturbance training at the expense of primary training. This additional responsibility of the Reserve Components called for their immediate availability in times of natural disasters, civil disturbances, and other emergencies.

Read more: http://www.theatlanticwire.com/global/20...ots/41101/
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Water Cannons?

Time to grab the surfboard!
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posse comitatus, anyone?
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (08-10-2011 11:26 PM)
Water Cannons?

Time to grab the surfboard!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W5D07c0dJuQ

Everything is permitted
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Anonµmous™  Wrote: (08-10-2011 11:24 PM)
With British Prime Minister David Cameron authorizing the use of rubber bullets and water canons in wake of the turbulent London riots spreading through Britain, questions have been raised about how authorities in the U.S. would respond to a similar domestic disturbance threatening the nation's stability. According to National Journal's White House correspondent Marc Ambinder the U.S. already has a game plan in place. "If what happened in London ever happened in the US, the military has plans -- CONPLAN 3501 and 3502 -- to suppress the 'insurrection,' he tweeted. The mysterious reference to a numbered military plan generated a flurry of interest on Twitter as NPR host Michele Norris shot back:"I want to know more about the military's plan to suppress any potential 'insurrection.'-- CONPLAN 3501 and 3502????"

not to mention FEMA camps we are headed for martial Law doomed

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375,000 National Guardsmen and 14,000 Army Reservists had been trained in riot control as the year closed. The Army National Guard conducted, at the expense of regular training, sixteen hours of refresher civil disturbance training. Some states also carried out civil disturbance command post exercises in conjunction with local and state civil authorities. The Army Reserve had three infantry brigades which were part of the federal military contingency force for the control of civil disturbances. These units also conducted sixteen hours of refresher civil disturbance training at the expense of primary training. This additional responsibility of the Reserve Components called for their immediate availability in times of natural disasters, civil disturbances, and other emergencies.

Read more: http://www.theatlanticwire.com/global/20...ots/41101/

not to mention FEMA camps we are headed for Martial lawdoomed
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Anonµmous™  Wrote: (08-10-2011 11:24 PM)
With British Prime Minister David Cameron authorizing the use of rubber bullets and water canons in wake of the turbulent London riots spreading through Britain, questions have been raised about how authorities in the U.S. would respond to a similar domestic disturbance threatening the nation's stability. According to National Journal's White House correspondent Marc Ambinder the U.S. already has a game plan in place. "If what happened in London ever happened in the US, the military has plans -- CONPLAN 3501 and 3502 -- to suppress the 'insurrection,' he tweeted. The mysterious reference to a numbered military plan generated a flurry of interest on Twitter as NPR host Michele Norris shot back:"I want to know more about the military's plan to suppress any potential 'insurrection.'-- CONPLAN 3501 and 3502????"

[excerpt]

375,000 National Guardsmen and 14,000 Army Reservists had been trained in riot control as the year closed. The Army National Guard conducted, at the expense of regular training, sixteen hours of refresher civil disturbance training. Some states also carried out civil disturbance command post exercises in conjunction with local and state civil authorities. The Army Reserve had three infantry brigades which were part of the federal military contingency force for the control of civil disturbances. These units also conducted sixteen hours of refresher civil disturbance training at the expense of primary training. This additional responsibility of the Reserve Components called for their immediate availability in times of natural disasters, civil disturbances, and other emergencies.

Read more: http://www.theatlanticwire.com/global/20...ots/41101/

Lmao good luck with that.

There are 30 million illegal hispanics in the nation, determined to
conquor what they call AZTLAN, (Texas, AZ, NM, and CA)
There are about 8 million muslims.
There are 180 million armed, pissed off, white American citizens
many with millitary training and combat experience.
10% of the US population, (blacks) will loot and burn as a first
priority. What is 10% of 330,000,000?

30% of national guard or higher will strip the military uniform, and refuse
orders to shoot Americans.

Do the math.

When law is made meaningless for some, law becomes meaningless for all.
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RE: The U.S. Military's Plan for London-Like Riots
Anonµmous™  Wrote: (08-10-2011 11:26 PM)
posse comitatus, anyone?

Oh you must be one of those Constitutionalists. They're terrorists you know...

</sarcasm off
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (08-10-2011 11:39 PM)
Anonµmous™  Wrote: (08-10-2011 11:26 PM)
posse comitatus, anyone?

Oh you must be one of those Constitutionalists. They're terrorists you know...

</sarcasm off

So I've heard... chuckle
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RE: The U.S. Military's Plan for London-Like Riots
Janus  Wrote: (08-10-2011 11:37 PM)
Anonµmous™  Wrote: (08-10-2011 11:24 PM)
With British Prime Minister David Cameron authorizing the use of rubber bullets and water canons in wake of the turbulent London riots spreading through Britain, questions have been raised about how authorities in the U.S. would respond to a similar domestic disturbance threatening the nation's stability. According to National Journal's White House correspondent Marc Ambinder the U.S. already has a game plan in place. "If what happened in London ever happened in the US, the military has plans -- CONPLAN 3501 and 3502 -- to suppress the 'insurrection,' he tweeted. The mysterious reference to a numbered military plan generated a flurry of interest on Twitter as NPR host Michele Norris shot back:"I want to know more about the military's plan to suppress any potential 'insurrection.'-- CONPLAN 3501 and 3502????"

[excerpt]

375,000 National Guardsmen and 14,000 Army Reservists had been trained in riot control as the year closed. The Army National Guard conducted, at the expense of regular training, sixteen hours of refresher civil disturbance training. Some states also carried out civil disturbance command post exercises in conjunction with local and state civil authorities. The Army Reserve had three infantry brigades which were part of the federal military contingency force for the control of civil disturbances. These units also conducted sixteen hours of refresher civil disturbance training at the expense of primary training. This additional responsibility of the Reserve Components called for their immediate availability in times of natural disasters, civil disturbances, and other emergencies.

Read more: http://www.theatlanticwire.com/global/20...ots/41101/

Lmao good luck with that.

There are 30 million illegal hispanics in the nation, determined to
conquor what they call AZTLAN, (Texas, AZ, NM, and CA)
There are about 8 million muslims.
There are 180 million armed, pissed off, white American citizens
many with millitary training and combat experience.
10% of the US population, (blacks) will loot and burn as a first
priority. What is 10% of 330,000,000?

30% of national guard or higher will strip the military uniform, and refuse
orders to shoot Americans.

Do the math.

wow! a post full of reason. You can't be too popular around here.

good post either way.

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Bump
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A recruiter once came to our "reform" school and instructed us to fill in Yes on the questionnaire "would you fire on American citizens if so ordered":chuckle:
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Interesting. Thanks for the warning.
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How many lay-z-boys fit in times square?
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No doubt there's plans in place, have been for a long time.

Anybody seen that clip of the senator asking about the military's secret plan to round up rioters and he's flat-out told to shut up and don't ask? It was an older clip, from the 80's I think, can't find it now.
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