A source, which shall remain anonymous, has informed me that in the United Kingdom, the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA) has been busy on Monday registering UK Army vehicles for commercial road use. The obvious reason is, why?
The Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency is the organisation of the UK government responsible for maintaining a database of drivers in Great Britain and a database of vehicles for the entire United Kingdom.
On Monday morning, following the Sons of Liberty radio show, I was informed by a contact in that UK that a friends’ wife, who works for the DVLA had been working the entire day registering UK Army vehicles for commercial roads use.
My source indicated, “They don’t realise what that means! I do. They wouldn’t be doing that as a precaution.”
When I asked if either the husband or wife would be open for interview, I was told that they would not speak, but that they are blind to what is occurring.
According to the source, “Things are shutting everywhere here. The prime minister did a battle plan and stage 4.. low level crime won’t be addressed. That’s looting, attacks etc.”
Here’s a video of Boris Johnson, a man who can’t even brush his hair properly, addressing Britain on the coronavirus.
When my source was asked whether or not these were US Army vehicles or NATO, the source replied, “Registering all the vehicles being bought back into the UK from Germany and Europe for immediate deployment.”
Apparently, this is frightening news as these vehicles are now being brought back to the UK for immediate deployment.
Could this have anything to do with the 20,000 US-based troops that have been sent to Europe in what is touted as a NATO exercise? Possibly…
Or could it be something more?
As we previously reported:
Defender Europe 20, as it is being named is a US-led multinational exercise, that includes North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) participation. This year will mark the largest deployment of US-based forces that are active, guard and reserve to Europe in more than 25 years totaling 20,000 soldiers.
It will also draw 13,000 pieces of equipment.
Army Times reports:
Soldiers participating in the Army’s division-scale Defender 2020 exercise across Europe have started to trickle onto the continent, just as generals involved in the effort warn of logistical challenges to operating with the infrastructure there.
Equipment belonging to the 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 3rd Infantry Division rolled off ships into the port of Bremerhaven, Germany, on Feb. 20, as part of the opening salvo of the largest deployment of soldiers from mainland United States to Europe in a quarter century. About 20,000 troops in total will deploy from units in 15 states.
But the massive influx of troops isn’t without complications, the general in charge of U.S. European Command and NATO told the Senate on Tuesday.
“I’m concerned about the bandwidth to be able to accept this large force and I’m also concerned about road and rail from the center portion of Germany to the east — all the way to the eastern border,” said Air Force Gen. Tod Wolters, NATO’s supreme allied commander.
“The environment in Europe has to be mature enough to be able to absorb 20,000 soldiers and get those soldiers to the right pre-positioned locations to be able to grab the appropriate gear,” Wolters said. “What we want to do is count every second that it takes to get the soldier from the first point of entry all the way to his or her foxhole.”
Army Times adds:
In the event of a conflict, expanded rail heads to rapidly load and unload armored vehicles, stockpiled fuel and ammunition caches to supply forces, and logistical and intelligence hubs to guide the process would be critical to traversing Europe.
“And, we anticipate that there will be some snags,” Wolters added.
Northern Poland, for instance, is covered with lakes. In fact, Eastern Europe in general is riddled with rivers.
“You’ve got a lot of water that has to be crossed and not many bridges can hold an Abrams tank or a German Leopard tank,” retired Lt. Gen. Ben Hodges, who helmed U.S. Army Europe from late 2014 through 2017, told Army Times this fall. “You’re talking 70, 80 tons. Especially when you put it on the back of a heavy equipment transport truck, now we’re up over 100 tons.”
Additionally, on Monday’s morning Sons of Liberty radio show, I pointed out that line that “Q Anon” is positing to its followers that is likely to ensnare the people to get them to believe a lie.
If it’s happening in the UK, it won’t be too long before this comes to the united States. It’s already being talked about and the question I have is this: Are you going to allow your rights to be infringed by a lawless government in order to “enforce the law”? If so, then you get exactly what you deserve.
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