The Coming Communications Breakdown In Battleground Colorado: Ex-Special OPS Will Be Opposed by UN Forces-Dave Hodges and Paul Martin
Jade Helm 16 was, in part, about taking down Colorado's contingent of retired intel and most of all special operations members in the Mile High state. There are an estimated 25,000 said members. THey often live and guard the entrances to various roads into the high country. These men have their own communications systems which is covered in this interview with Paul Martin, an ex-Marine, who knows some of the players. For years, Paul Martin and myself have been reporting on the various UN-related troops in Northern Colorado and Southern Wyoming.
Two years ago, Paul Martin and myself reported on UN vehicles, equipped with strange and specialized antenna, which were bolted down on the ground near Rawlins, Wyoming. Paul Martin and myself had the antenna analyzed by experts and were told it is the type, unique to the UN which are designed to survive and EMP attack as the communications remain functional.
In this broadcast, Paul Martin reveals that the ex-special operations forces, operating as a confederation, have specialized communications and they carry these devices in a faraday box. They are getting ready for the takeover. Additionally, Paul and myself have repeatedly reported on foreign troops who have been brought in by the UN to counter this presence. These troops would inclue the Gurkas (anti-guerrilla forces), the Russian Spetsnaz, Turkish troops, etc. In 2013, I published photos of the Spetsnaz in Colorado on the CSS website.
In a related reported, I have previously reported on similar US ex-spec-ops forcs in the Ozarks. This broadcast connects many of these dots and more. One more thing, Youtube demonitized the video before publication. What does that say about being over the target?
The story's cover photo is one of the photos of the EMP proof antenna that were independently sent to Paul and myself. Please note that Paul has encountered Russians and the Gurkas on his shooting range in the past and we reported the events in real time on the CSS.