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.htmlIn the midst of reports circulating around an uptick in U.S. military movement inside the United States, a recent sighting of U.N. vehicles being carried on flatbed trucks is now making its rounds on the Internet and alternative media networks.
The U.N. vehicles were spotted near I-81 near Lexington, VA and were being carried by flatbed, two to a trailer.
Not much information exists beyond the sighting, except to say that there have been numerous reports of an increase in military movement in the NC, VA, West VA, and Ohio region.
The story actually appeared on the Drudge Report today via the Daily Mail.
This theme popped up in a discussion of Jade Helm last year
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.
Suppliers of armored vehicles to the UN vary. South Africa is one, for example.
Alpine Armoring, the company noted in the Daily Mail article, produces the “Pit-Bull” Armored SWAT Truck
Streit USA, another U.S. manufacturer based in South Carolina, makes a “Cyclone” APC that also looks quite like the vehicle in Activist Post.
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.
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