Monday, January 18, 2010

U.S. SOUTHCOM Ran Complex Haiti Command and Control Emergency Relief Drills on January 11, 2010 (Day Before 7.0 Earthquake)

I don't know if I should read more into the fact that there was an emergency command and control operation drill for Haiti happening the day before the earthquake happened. Basically, US SOUTHCOM was running a drill for a hurricane emergency. The earthquake hit. SOUTHCOM decided to take the drill live and go into operation. Now, the military has complete command and control of Haiti in light of this disaster just like the parameters likely defined in the drill.

On Monday, Jean Demay, DISA's technical manager for the agency's Transnational Information Sharing Cooperation project, happened to be at the headquarters of the U.S. Southern Command in Miami preparing for a test of the system in a scenario that involved providing relief to Haiti in the wake of a hurricane. After the earthquake hit on Tuesday, Demay said SOUTHCOM decided to go live with the system. On Wednesday, DISA opened up its All Partners Access Network, supported by the Transnational Information Sharing Cooperation project, to any organization supporting Haiti relief efforts.

If you are interested, the rest of the article discusses how Defense Information Systems Agency has set up a web portal to assist in the emergency communications in Haiti. The note about the drill was hidden in the middle. I must thank
Anti Illuminati from the Prison Planet boards for pointing out this drill.

If Acme earthquake machines existed, then we would likely have a bona fide conspiracy on our hands involving out of control scalar weapons.

Source: nextgov

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