Originally posted by Metal Brain
You have been listening to Alex Jones too much. Alex always omits the fact that the USA/South Korea joint military drills are being done as close to North Korea as possible when it could be done considerably further south.
I listen to Alex Jones too, but I think he is an idiot sometimes. There is nothing wrong with listening to him, but don't believe ...[text shortened]... tely spreading disinformation along with factual stuff. I don't trust him or his guest hosts.
The whole Korean peninsular isn't that large when it comes to drills with strategic aircraft. I'd hesitate to label Alex Jones an idiot. I don't necessarily swallow all of his conclusions by sprinkling them with sugar.
It took me about four years to partially buy the "Loose Change" scenarios. Sometimes we just don't want to believe our government can be that corrupt. We hope it isn't, but then they disappoint us again and again.
You said you're up north in Michigan. Are you near Greyling? Have you chanced to observe what is going on there? I've never looked close at that, but did go observe a similar site in Indiana with some friends. We were armed only with optics and cameras, but the response to our observations was swift and strong. The US military did not want US citizens observing that camp, which was just as Alex Jones describes, empty barracks, inward facing barbed wire, and railroad sidetrack entrances with lot of boxcars, with bench seats. This was 15 or so years ago, and Jones asserts that there are hundreds, perhaps thousands of such sites, operating now under FEMA.
Take a look. All it cost me was a roll of 35mm film which was confiscated. If your camera is digital, they'll just take the memory card. If you're lucky and the camera also has native memory, you might get away with pics to send to Alex. If you aren't lucky, and Alex is right, you just might end up in one of those out of country places being water boarded.