While it would be a conspiracy theorists’ dream, the rolling caravans of flat-bedded up-armored UN vehicles spotted on America’s highways are not a sign of an imminent invasion.
Back in June of last year, a conservative blog called FreedomOutpost.com pointed out some UN medic trucks rolling down the interstate in Northern Louisiana.
On the blog, writer Tim Brown wondered why the UN logos were being hidden by brown paper.
While I am aware that America does produce a lot of trucks that are shipped all over the world and this may be just such an incident, it is concerning to see that the UN logos are covered with brown paper. However, it is one that appears to have been peeled back due to wind or possibly human error that reveals the logo.
The question I have is, why cover up the UN logo? It certainly isn’t to protect it. After all, there is no covering over the red crosses that adorn the sides and rear of the vehicles.
One year prior, another website, called “America’s Freedom Fighters,” noticed the same thing happening – UN vehicles (this time apparently up-armored ones) on flat-bed trucks rolling down America’s interstate.
And the most recent sighting – on the Virginia Interstate – shows what appears to be “Alpine Armoring’s Pit-Bull VX SWAT” trucks, according to the Daily Mail. They’re tactical vehicles with bulletproof glass.
One conspiracy website immediately jumped from “UN Vehicles on trucks” to UN Troops on American soil:
Are these UN troops here preparing for economic collapse in America? Is this related to Iran ships approaching the US border? Is this tied to this warning from John Moore via Susan Duclos: Military Vehicles Moved Through US At Night, Hidden In The Day? The Alex Jones video from days ago appears to be warning us of exactly this: “The UN Takeover of America.”
They then ran a post titled “BREAKING: FIRST TEXAS NOW VIRGINIA – UN TROOPS SEEN MOBILIZING ACROSS AMERICA … IT’S HAPPENING!!”
No. It’s not.
The truth is much more mundane. There are several private defense contractors – Alpine Armstrong is one of them – that contract with the UN and other agencies to produce and up-armor vehicles. The reason they’re on flatbed trucks is because they’re being transported to various ports to be shipped overseas.
This isn’t speculation. In fact, many of these websites that promote the conspiracy admit at the bottom of the story that this is likely the reason.
Still, it’s pretty shocking imagery to see armored United Nations vehicles rolling down America’s interstates. But there’s no planned UN Invasion.
Not yet. . .