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Americans Don’t Trust The Dept. Of Homeland Security

by George Spelvin, WesternJournalism.com:

Even though the 2013 Rand McNally road atlas does not identify any town named Glynco, Georgia, this sprawling 1,600 acre campus with its own zip code-31524, is the locus for extensive Department of Homeland Security (DHS) expansion.  “Plans are currently underway to build and expand facilities at Glynco to conduct a wide array of programs to support the Homeland Security mission.”  Located in the midst of numerous senior citizen and retirement communities, the center is in Golden Isles, “…a series of barrier islands noted for their recreation and retirement living atmospheres,” according to the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center description of the area.

This Training Center is listed on page 1 of a recent, enormous, $1.6 billion DHS ammo buy which included radioactive prevention thyroid pills, radiation proof booths, and those nasty, hollow point bullets outlawed by the Geneva Convention protocols  Georgia Governor Nathan Deal is one of the governing board members of the newly developed Obama administration’s formula for rapid response within the homeland.

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