UN troops deployed to Chicago, TV and radio stations taken off air

UN military troops and heavily armed vehicles have entered the streets of Chicago as authorities declare martial law on the city.

Despite the arrival of the military patrolling the streets, there is a total mainstream media blackout.

According to local radio station WCKG 1530 AM, the station was taken off air when troops arrived, with other stations reporting the same fate.

The station’s operator, Matt Dubiel, claims they were taken off-air after they aired a report by Alex Jones that detailed reports of troops on the ground.

Intellihub.com reports: Over 50 heavily armored United Nations vehicles and various pieces of equipment (generators, etc.) sufficient enough to support a small company of ‘peacekeeper’ troops are sitting on the deck behind a U.S. government-owned warehouse and appear to be ready for some type of rapid domestic deployment.

The vehicles are parked in the rear parking lot of a warehouse building located at 11841 New Gate Blvd. They are all painted white and bear the letters “U.N.”

Drone footage captured by a private operator was uploaded to the “Stock Board Asset” YouTube channel on Sept. 4 which gives a bird’s eye view of the magnitude of the armament.

The bombshell discovery by Alastair Williamson begs the question: What are all of these vehicles going to be used for?

As I reported on Sunday, the Cook County Commissioner (Chicago) recently met with the U.N. undersecretary in an effort to get U.N. troops deployed onto the streets domestically to quell the recent spike in violence but some, like myself, wonder if this all isn’t some type of plan concocted by Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel or former President Barack Obama who have strong ties to the city and have already pushed agendas that will allow the deployment of U.N. troops on U.S. soil which ultimately would sidestep Possie comitatus.