FEMA Insider: A Large Number of Truck Drivers Have Vanished While Delivering Weapons, Grenades, Ammo

fema-truckSHTF Plan – by Mac Slavo

It’s no secret that the U.S. government has been domestically stockpiling unimaginable amounts of ammunition and weapons. So much ammunition, in fact, that it surpasses even what the military uses on a yearly basis in the mid east theaters of war.

All of these arms and ammunition are being transported within the borders of the United States by third-party truck drivers contracted by the Department of Homeland Security, and some of these drivers are reportedly foreign born originating from countries like Russia and Poland.  

In a recent radio interview on World News with Dave Vose, a caller relays a shocking story from a FEMA insider that is apparently well known within the FEMA/DHS transportation community, and it has some U.S. drivers spooked.

According to the report, truckers have been hauling large volumes of weapons-related supplies, some of which have been carried by Russian and Polish drivers, to destinations like military bases and DHS supply depots all over the country. But about 30% of the loads operated by Russian and Polish drivers have vanished en route to their destinations, and the drivers are never heard from again.

It’s a story that has appeared nowhere in the mainstream media, and will likely never be validated by the Department of Homeland Security.

But given reports of foreign troops on the ground in the United States, treaties signed by President Obama authorizing the deployment of Russian security experts on American soil, and recent revelations that the U.S. Army is stockpiling foreign made ammunition and supplies, one can’t help but consider there may be a connection.

Vose: This is a person that you’ve been talking to that’s a truck driver, he’s a private contractor for FEMA, and he transports things for them all over the United States and Canada.

Insider: Yes… He said to me on the phone that he’s been driving stuff to military bases. He’s been carrying crates of these bullets and delivering them to the military bases and he’s carrying  sixteen crates at a time. He said they’re very heavy. They’re two feet high by eight feed wide. The other thing he told me is he’s been carrying truck loads of stun grenades. 

…There has been also… he said that in the Mojave desert they are having military drops. They are dropping stuff – big equipment, military equipment – in the Mojave desert. 

…The other thing that he said to me which  was really interesting, is he said to me that all the truck drivers are all talking about it… about Russian and Polish truck drivers in Canada that have disappeared in the United States. 30% of them. Thirty percent of the Russians and Polish, he said in particular, truck drivers… that their trucks and their drivers have disappeared.

What the means I don’t know.

…Everybody’s aware of it, or the truckers at least.

He’s saying he’s going to give it three more weeks and then he’s getting out of there.

That truck drivers have been robbed of their loads would be nothing new. But given that they are of eastern European origination, are working for FEMA, have reportedly vanished during their deliveries, and were carrying weapons and ammunition, is it possible they are somehow tied to the foreign troops reportedly operating on U.S. soil?

This is no doubt a ‘conspiracy theory’, and a grand one at that. But given the scores of other ‘theories’ that have proven to be fact recently, can we completely discount this as a possibility?


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7 thoughts on “FEMA Insider: A Large Number of Truck Drivers Have Vanished While Delivering Weapons, Grenades, Ammo

  1. There is a thing called Cabatage laws. It is illegal for noncitizen drivers to haul interstate freight here. Drivers tried to have Canadian and Mexican drivers arrested for such 15 years ago or such. But the Feds steped in and passed a law that only a Federal authorized person could stop them. A violation of the Cabatage laws. So they show up pick up a Federal load and need disappear from the screen till there next load is delivered in the U.S. That lets them work there way back to Canada all union drivers there. Were they show back up in good health. It is called a driver shortage here. Good money there. And with a guarantied back haul. Or round robthem load. Freight is a little cheaper to ship. And puts a American trucker out of business as well. Our Government in action is all.

  2. ATK/Speer/CCI is supposedly shipping out 30 million rds of .22 rimfire ammo a week for domestic supply. Checking with the wholesale jobbers, they report that they haven’t had any new manufacture CCI .22rf ammo for 8 months & are back-ordered a year.

    There are 2 suspicions that appear to be strong at this point..1) DHS is faking paperwork to pay for & hijack the loads using the guise of being a jobber..2) Shipments are being delivered to yards where the loads are being moved on to military base bunkers.

    Some of the locals in Lewiston, Idaho are suspicious of where the loads are going & are contemplating tracking measures. With all the weigh stations & ports of entry most loads are normally easy to track. SO, shipments are either moved at night & by-pass normal routes or are being moved by indiscreet non commercial means. I do know people are getting pissed off big time.

    1. Wouldn’t be too hard to get GPS onto a few of these trucks and see where they are really going. You could just gaffer tape a phone onto the truck somewhere. Of course to make it pull over might require it getting a flat somewhere that a helpful samaritan might show up.

      1. I wouldn’t divulge their tracking methods. Part of the Lewiston Plant is under control of the U.S. Army. One can see where that could lead to little known consequences for them & their families. The 5 county area has small little known Army Dets & have at times, intimidated the locals. Most in that area have never been gored by the military.

  3. I know for a 100% fact where some of this ammo is going. Ft Chaffee Arkansas, under the Dept of Energy.

    1. That is one that makes sense. DOE transport is indiscreet & can bypass all Weigh-stations & Ports of entry. Detaining & questioning DOE shipments/convoys by State & Local LEO is forbidden.

  4. I’m a bit leery of this one. If this trucker is aware of WHAT he’s hauling, and also aware of WHO he’s hauling it for, then he should also be aware of how extensive their surveillance is.

    Telling someone over the PHONE???

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