U.S. ARMY TELLS SPOUSES "STOCK UP ON NON-PERISHABLES"Submitted by Answer1984With1776 on Sat, 05/10/2008 - 17:27
U.S. ARMY TELLS SPOUSES "STOCK UP ON NON-PERISHABLES"
GIVES VOUCHERS FOR BASIC FOOD STOCKS; TELLS FAMILIES TO KEEP QUIET
by Hal Turner
Tonight, I received a call from a listener from the US Army stationed in Texas. They live near the base in an area where many other families in the service live.
On Tuesday, May 6, 2008, military spouses received a visit from army personnel. They were given several locations as well as dates and times to show up for "commodities", as well as a location on base they were required to show up on Wednesday.
The area on base they were told to go to is usually an empty field, only this time, there were large tents set up, one of which they were told to go to.
Once in the proper tent they were told to begin to stock up on non perishables. They were given a voucher for "large sacks" of beans, rice and other "non perishables". They were also informed that generators would be provided.
They each received a schedule of times and dates to pick up these commodities.
Lastly, they were told to sign a CONFIDENTIALITY AGREEMENT. It stated they were not to share this information with civilians.
When several spouses asked what's is going on, they were told the Army takes care of their own. Anyone with further info, please post in the comment area below.