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SAR: Kim observes new National Guard recruiting van on Central Coast, CA 9/2/09 September 2, 2009

Posted by scmla in Suspicious Activity Report.

This video is a response to YouTube user phnixlady‘s video about ramped-up National Guard recruiting activities in San Bernadino, California.

Aggressive National Guard recruiting is not a good sign …

And especially not since federalized National Guard can be deployed by the President against the American people to protect his federal authority & they can also be deployed overseas to fight endless wars …

— Kim

Suspicious Activity Report!

Observed by Kim on September 2, 2009 at approximately 5:30 p.m.:

On September 2, 2009 at approximately 5:30 p.m., we saw a mini-van with government plates & a wrap-around paint job parked alongside Highway One on the Central Coast of California.

Your tax dollars hard at work recruiting for some of the only jobs available these days …

Operation Overwatch 2009: National Guard now recruiting via (tacky) wrap-around car advertisements

Suspicious Activity Followup Comment!

Comment by YouTube user ChrmdLabradorite on September 3, 2009 at ?:

I saw one of the a few weeks ago too. Hadn’t seen one before, and tend watch stuff like that pretty close. Everyone will be working for the government within a few years, at this rate. They are starting up new programs all over the place.

What I’d like to know is what Obama is going to be saying in his speech to school children ages elementary to 12th, on Sept. 8th. Why don’t the parents get to hear what he’s going to say?



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