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Amerika: Homeland Tanks Moving

Before It’s News – by Live Free or Die

The following photos were just sent to Beforeitsnews by a concerned reader who asked that we share these with the world. According to our reader, a relative in Gonzales, Louisiana captured these as the train was heading South. According to this person, there were THOUSANDS, not hundreds, of military vehicles on the move. As some photos show, “as far as the eye can see”. Where are they going? What are they preparing for? Hattip to Jason and Cindy.  

What about the newly released video on the bottom of the story from Los Angeles? This shows a train moving through L.A., California carrying HEAVY military tanks; where are they going? What are they preparing for – martial law as asked by the videographer?

Published on May 23, 2013

Tanks on a train passing through Los Angeles CA, USA. Is it possible that these very same tanks could be used for martial law?


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18 Responses to Amerika: Homeland Tanks Moving

  1. Bryan says:

    Once they’re manufactured, they have to be moved somehow don’t they? Where are such military vehicles manufactured? And to where are they shipped, and/or stored afterwards? Where was the train coming from? Where was it going?

    • The Other Mark says:

      I saw these same photos before last year. I believe there is a youtube video showing these same vehicles.

      • Other Mark Is Correct says:

        Other Mark is correct. These photos are at least a year old, and the first time they were claimed to have been seen near Los Angeles.

        Two second search, and correction – Santa Cruz, not LA:

    • Cynicles says:

      These are from a ‘gun shop’ in LA; having been ‘purchased’ they are being sent to their new owners (cartel) in Mexico. This is phase II of F & F of course.

      Jokes aside, this is something of note. Perhaps these are off the line as you have mentioned. Quite a variety though. There are military bases of all sorts in So Ca and ‘many’ in S Nevada as well.

      I don’t suspect these are going to the boarder for security reasons; to keep people out…

      Worst case, we can always discuss it further in the FEMA Gulags – if we make it that far. :/

  2. Greg Bacon says:

    Earlier this year, our corrupt Congress passed another aid to Israel law that said ‘surplus’ military equipement was to be given to Israel.

    So if that equipment in Louisiana winds up in the Port of New Orleans, it’s probably headed to ‘Stolenland.’

  3. Jolly Roger says:

    When gas was cheap, I remember seeing military convoys on the highways all the time, and they would often be miles long. These days the rails would be the cheapest way to move these things around.

    The Other Mark (above) tells us these photos are a year old and I believe him. It’s just more of “beforeitsnews.com” trying to stir up panic.

    And why would someone associate a mile-long rail train of military vehicles with martial law? Why would so many vehicles be sent to one location if not for storage or international transport?

    • The Other Mark says:

      Jolly I think your are right “It’s just more of “beforeitsnews.com” trying to stir up panic”. beforeitsnews.com, Alex Jones are perpetrators of fear mongering. If anyone wants to know what’s happening in the trenches, stay tuned. Commentators at least most due their homework and keep the others on the right path.
      Thanks Jolly, Henry, Mark, #1 NWO hatr, US Marine Fighting Tyranny, Daisy Luther, JD, and all the rest. Thanks for sifting through the garbage.

      • # 1 NWO Hatr says:

        You’re right, Other Mark. Oftentimes I’ll spend up to 2 hrs. going through articles just to find maybe half a dozen or so worth sending Henry.

        But I do manage to find some real gems at times.

  4. Brian says:

    It’s been quite a while since I was in the Air Force, but I remember back then there were numerals stenciled on all vehicle doors. It seems odd to me that there doesn’t seem to be any identifying markings on any of the trucks etc. shown here. I’m not up to date in any way of determining even the branch of service most likely to use what are less common military vehicles in my view. Not being labeled, the easiest explanation would be that they are coming off the assembly line – but there are numerous different vehicles from different manufacturers. They well could be on their way to being shipped overseas, to a foreign government, somewhere with a desert environment, thus the tan paint jobs.

  5. Brian says:

    Maybe I missed it, but where is a picture of a tank? Web search for M1 Abrams to see our current American main battle tank. I see a fuel “tank” truck in pic 4 and a water “tank” in pic 9. I’m a little irritated that every time an armored car, like in pic 3, is spotted, someone posts that tanks were were in their town, or that their police department has a new tank.

  6. NC says:

    Umm…did you even watch the video, Brian? I see what looks like tanks to me.

    • Brian says:

      Sorry about that! Just watched it now. Originally I thought it would just be what was shown in the pictures, but moving. Correct you are, sir. Still, I’ll stand by too many folks call any vehicle they aren’t familiar with a “tank” when posting about a police force getting a new vehicle.

      • NC says:

        Yea, I often tend to skim through the articles a little too quick myself and often miss some major details. Believe me, you’re not the only one. No biggie. lol

  7. dieselchadron says:

    I saw the same thing last year around August or so in Gallup, NM. One or two mile long train full of tanks (2 per car) heading east bound. There is a staging area in Barstow.

  8. usurykills says:

    My amatuer opinion says the photos are from a different incident than the two videos (one posted as comment.)

    Notice the sky (cloudy in pictures, bright blue in first video.)

    Notice the train direction (opposite direction in 2nd video, and more cars in line.)

    Interesting that the photos show mostly desert paint jobs. No desert in Southeastern US, is there? Probably headed to Syria or thereabouts.

  9. profnasty says:

    The final War on Iran/Russia has already begun.
    Fasten your seat belts kids- it’s gonna be a rough ride.

  10. eric swan says:

    What a colossal waste of time, talent and money. It’s time we put these nasty little toys away and acted like adults!

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