Activist Post and a number of websites have been recently sounded the warning about United Nations vehicles spotted in the United States. U.N. Vehicles, Mysterious Troop Movement Spotted In VA, NC, W.VA, Ohio http://www.activistpost.com/2016/06...roop-movement-spotted-in-va-nc-w-va-ohio.html The story actually appeared on the Drudge Report today via the Daily Mail. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/art...ts-spot-white-combat-vehicles-interstate.html This theme popped up in a discussion of Jade Helm last year https://www.metabunk.org/claim-us-m...ial-law-op-jade-helm.t5942/page-9#post-153925 The vehicles in question look like modern armored cars. I was curious to find their origin, specifically if the UN actually purchases and owns such vehicles. This is what I found. The UN has a procurement division that provides some information on its website. Armored cars are part of its inventory. https://www.un.org/Depts/ptd/tender?title=&field_date_value[value]=&field_date_value_1[value]=&field_commodity_group_ca_tid_selective=All&items_per_page=40&order=name&sort=desc Suppliers of armored vehicles to the UN vary. South Africa is one, for example. http://www.defenceweb.co.za/index.p...d-452-armoured-vehicles-in-2013&catid=50:Land Alpine Armoring, the company noted in the Daily Mail article, produces the “Pit-Bull” Armored SWAT Truck http://www.alpineco.com/inventory/swattrucks.php Streit USA, another U.S. manufacturer based in South Carolina, makes a “Cyclone” APC that also looks quite like the vehicle in Activist Post. http://www.streitusa.com/armored-vehicles/armored-personnel-carrier/swat-f550/ It looks like these trucks were probably purchased from American vendors by the UN. So it does not seem particularly shocking that vehicles are being spotted in transit for delivery.