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UN [black ops] cremation trucks/platoons now operating in Western US

By Al Cuppett
June 20, 2006

Source Reliability: Very High

This report has been promulgated from "all sources;" however, the main source is a high ranking US military officer.

Within the last three days a US Special Operations Unit, possibly operating **autonomously from J-3, the Joint Staff, and obviously separate from the Department of Defense, Homeland Security, the NSC, and the White House, were reported trying to interdict two separate convoys of UN "Smokey" semi-trailers (18 wheelers); as they are now called.

Professional deduction, and "intelligence indicators" over the past few months, in the absence of full particulars, reveals that the Special Ops unit became involved when it was learned that two convoys of UN trucks were proceeding from AO-Echo (Area of Operations Echo) in New Mexico, and another from AO-D which is Montana. The trucks were hauling detained personnel, and due to being discovered, were rapidly proceeding to Canada. The original mission was to stop the "Smokeys," not letting them reach the border, thus rescuing and then "debriefing" the detainees, who were known to be alive. Source further states this indicates that Red List pickups have begun prior to actual martial law declaration.

The convoy from AO-E contained 18 trucks, whereas the convoy in AO-D had four trucks. One of the trucks was interdicted by US forces; with the crew being "neutralized." However, the detainees were all found dead. However, apparently the support column for that Smokey arrived and US forces withdrew due to superior UN forces; which projected, in "Pentagonese" an unacceptable attrition rate of US personnel.

Be advised, the UN support units include about 5 or 6 white vans or SUVs, with approximately 30 fully armed personnel aboard. One van can be assumed to be a "Special Weapons Squad." The Smokeys will have at least 3 people in the front seat, and the support vehicles will be loaded with black uniformed, armed personnel.

Source advised that all precautions must be taken if Smokey trucks are engaged, as support vans, if not present, will follow very shortly. Furthermore, the Smokeys can cremate their "human cargo" in record time. This report confirms the report last week of "cremation trailers" within the CONUS.

The first engagement revealed there were armed French troops, along with armed German and Chinese Intelligence agents. Source reported that the foreign personnel were equipped with thermal imaging, Infra-red, and night vision equipment. This means the Red List pickups are being done at night; presumably on targets that are known to be "passive."

Source states that Red Lists (for immediate extermination) are being "revised," that is, more names are being added to the "useless eater" category, since it is felt that many who were considered to be "re-educatable" must now be added to the Red or Blue Lists.

The location of the shootout was not specified, but had to have been on a line from New Mexico to the Canadian Border.

Be advised the recent shooting in a Capitol parking garage was apparently a clash of various agents vying for preeminence. Capitol police were pulled from the scene. We have arrived folks! You will recall an earlier report stated that foreign forces were staging in the DC area, with operations being planned before the end of August. ---- Forewarned is forearmed. Make Aliyah now. At least the cremation trucks have not begun in Israel.

Al Cuppett is the recipient of the Bronze Star and Purple Heart Medals, et al, Vietnam, 1970-1971 (15 months), Secretary of Defense Civilian Service Medal, the Joint Staff, 1990 (6 years), Joint Meritorious Unit Award, the Joint Staff, 1984-1990

**The unit would have to be operating autonomously because Bush, Cheney, or Rumsfeld, Chertoff, or a "shadow government" operative, would have ordered the Special Ops force arrested/detained, if at all possible. The "civil war" as seen by the prophets of God, has apparently started. However, be advised there have been many "engagements' with UN units already!

Editor's note: My thanks to Pam Schuffert for providing me with this inside information on the United Nations.


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