Billboard Up At Twentynine Palms Marine Base!



Times change and lines sometimes become blurred. New Orleans and Boston have seen a military involvement with “law enforcement” on American streets. Here are two links which excitable citizens can easily misinterpret to their own dismay –

You and I know better than to be overly concerned about this kind of morph, but many Americans right now would not trust anything “government” any further than they could throw it. Still, you and I remain calm and collected in our speculations about what “might happen if“.


Before Katrina struck New Orleans no one would have believed that U.S. troops would be going door to door confiscating citizens’ personal guns, but that line blurred in the exigency of the moment and the dark deed was indeed done.


In April 2013 the Boston bombing saw another line being blurred when the military suddenly popped into view working side by side with local police –


As awakened Americans know, the Fusion Centers of the Department of Homeland Security have interfaced local police with the U.S. military. Some of us see good reason to break that coupling. The three torrid scandals presently rocking Washington D.C. indicate that the force of government can and will be sometimes brought to bear on citizens merely on grounds of their opposition to political policy. Owing to obvious lying by top officials in the current regime, there is a climate of distrust overshadowing the General government.

It is a good time to place Oath Keepers billboards near military bases around America, because many signs indicate that in the event of an unusual exigency our own military could be called down upon the American people right here in their own country.

Back in January of 2011 Julie Watson of the Associated Press announced the following –

A mock city roughly the size of downtown San Diego has risen in a remote Southern California desert to train military forces to fight in urban environments.

The $170 million urban training center was unveiled Tuesday at the Twentynine Palms military base, 170 miles northeast of San Diego.

The 1,560-building facility will allow troops to practice and refine skills that can be used around the world, the Marine Corps said.

Please read that article at original site:


In another accounting of the opening of this desert training center Kelly O’Sullivan of The Desert Trail notes on January 28, 2011:

Shortly after Brig. Gen. H. Stacy Clardy III cut the ribbon on the Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center’s new $170 million urban warfare training facility Tuesday, Jan. 25, the base commanding general stood atop one of its 1,250 cargo-container buildings with an enthusiastic group of visitors and watched a platoon of Marines storm a building in one of its seven districts.

The men of 1st Battalion, 5th Marine Regiment out of Camp Pendleton, in their fifth of 36 days of pre-deployment Enhanced Mojave Viper training at CAMOUT — short for Combined Arms Military Operations in Urban Terrain — roared up in light armored vehicles and tanks, barreling out to take up positions on the ground, rifles at the ready.

That article is found here:

I mention the above because the featured urban warfare training city is actually pegged to the U.S. Marine Corps base at Twentynine Palms, California. Twentynine Palms, California, is where retired Lt.CDR “Guy” Cunningham conducted his widely-knownsurvey of Marines in which he asked the Marines if they would fire on Americans who refused, in the face of government orders, to turn in their personal guns. A surprising number of the Marines said that they would fire on Americans who disobeyed a law requiring them to turn in their personal weapons. (Thankfully, the large majority of Marines responding to that question stated that they would not fire on Americans who resisted gun confiscation, but some said they would.)

All things considered, Oath Keepers, on May 24, 2013, leased a billboard in the town of Twentynine Palms, California, and placed this remarkable message on that billboard for all to see –

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Oath Keepers would like to thank Michele Imburgia, Josh Holkesvig, John Oetken, and Jeff Ford for spear-heading the successful mission to place our billboard at Twentynine Palms, California.

Additionally, Oath Keepers has a billboard up at Ft. Leavenworth, Kansas, and is in process of securing billboards for Ft. Hood, Texas, and Fort Rucker, Alabama, with more to follow those. Oath Keepers would like to thank each patriot who donated to our billboard fund.

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