Chuck Norris Tries to Prepare Texans for Jade Helm 15
From July to September, several US states will be the training grounds for at least 1,200 special forces personnel. Jade Helm 15 is so blatantly dangerous as both a conditioning tool as well as a way of setting up domestic martial law logistics that the mainstream media cannot help but ridicule conspiracy theorists over the event. One of those theorists is Chuck Norris.
The Walker, Texas Ranger action star and ranch owner in Texas is speaking out against the exercise and warning fellow Texans to “fight until our dying breaths for liberty” as the government, in particular President Barack Obama’s administration. The concept of Jade Helm 15 is obtuse. Training is a hallmark of the American military and there are distinct reasons to create an atmosphere conducive to training. That atmosphere should be isolated to military bases, not real world America where it’s unnecessary.
Rather than to repeat the plethora of conspiracy theories coming out, many of which are intentionally designed to be so strange that it fuels mainstream media mockery, I’d rather look at this from a common sense perspective. There is no logical explanation for an exercise of this scope to be held across seven states. It’s the type of exercise that can only be justified based upon information that we don’t have. Is it ISIS, a threat that is being downplayed by most in the government and mainstream media but that may hold a stronger presence in the United States than anyone is willing to admit? Is it preparations for martial law as many have speculated? If so, what have they seen coming on the horizon that would make this necessary?
Chuck Norris may be 75. He may be more Hollywood-oriented than Washington-DC-savvy, but he’s one thing for certain: a patriot. If his alarm bells are going off so intensely, there may be something to it. I know my alarm bells are on full blast right about now.
Here’s a segment of his post on WND:
Friends, when it comes to freedom, we must question, verify and vet everyone and everything. As Thomas Jefferson told his nephew, Peter, in 1787: “Question with boldness even the existence of a god; because, if there be one, he must more approve the homage of reason, than that of blindfolded fear.”