Increased Military Traffic Seen Across North America – Potent News Blast [video]
By Amir Alwani
January 21, 2012
[UPDATE #4: Global Research sheds some light on what the traffic I witnessed might have been related to, the upcoming "Arctic Ram" exercise.]
[UPDATE #3: Alex Thomas of The Intel Hub added 2 excellent videos and some words which I'll also include at the bottom of this article.]
[UPDATE #2: I've just received word from a reliable source that 6 tanks (that is, 2 on one transport vehicle and 4 on another transport vehicle) were also seen being transported west on the Queensway (Trans-Canada Highway) in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada on January
19th 12th, 2012. The source said that she had lived in Ottawa for 20 years and had never witnessed anything like that before.]
[UPDATE #1: Someone asked me exactly where I witnessed this so I've now added pictures I took from Google maps to clear things up.]
Unfortunately, I didn’t have my camera with me at the time and when I came back to film no more than 15 hours later, the tanks had apparently already been transported away.
Here is a video of the location where I saw the tanks, as well as some commentary by me:
A couple months ago my girlfriend’s co-worker had told her that she also witnessed a similar scene.
The same day I spotted tanks, someone else apparently filmed the following video in Watsonville, CA, US:
I filmed this on Thursday January 19th after a dozen or so train cars went by on a stretch of track south of Santa Cruz California. It was heading southeast through Watsonville. Cause for alarm or just old tanks being shipped from one base to the other? Real or fake?
This video was filmed in Hayward California:
This video was filmed in Castroville California:
The fact that the military equipment filmed above is covered in woodland camo confirms that they are NOT set to be used in the Middle East.
Amir Alwani is a psychonaut who makes metal, electronic and hip-hop music. He is also the founder and editor of the online independent media outlet known as Potent News.
This article was edited and updated by Alex Thomas of The Intel Hub.