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Homeland Enslavement Prepares Global Terror Drills

TOPOFF 5 Announced

Vancouver 24
March 5, 2008

Could Canada’s Games be secured with help from Americans and Mexicans?

Canada, U.S. and Mexico are planning a massive joint military exercise in April 2009 “to focus on terrorist events that could affect [the] 2010 Olympics,” according to Public Safety Canada documents released to 2010 Watch via access to information.

The rehearsal, led by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, is code-named TOPOFF 5. Canadian troops were among the 15,000 participants involved in last October’s TOPOFF 4 in Portland, Ore., Phoenix, Ariz. and Guam.

http://video.google.com/googleplayer.swf?docId=965078627199672535&hl=en

“Exercises provide unique training opportunities to strengthen our ability to deal with potential emergencies,” said Public Safety Minister Stockwell Day in an e-mail statement responding to 24 hours’ interview request. “They are important tools to strengthen Canada’s ability to deal with real incidents.”

An undated Public Safety Canada report said up to $22.8 million was needed to fund emergency management, counter-terrorism, cyber security and critical infrastructure protection exercises, “leading to a trilateral full-scale exercise prior to the Vancouver Olympic Games in 2010, as outlined under the Security and Prosperity Partnership.”

SPP was founded in 2005 to promote economic growth and enhanced security in North America.

“Does it mean that if the American forces are training with Canadian forces that they are going to be positioned here in Canada during the period of the Olympic Games?” said 2010 Watch’s Chris Shaw. “And, if so, under whose command?”

 

Washington Prepares for Cyber War Games
Cyber Storm II begins March 11th until the 14th, US, Canada, UK, Australia and New Zealand plan joint military exercise

Washington Post
March 7, 2008

The U.S. government will conduct a series of cyber war games throughout next week to test its ability to recover from and respond to digital attacks.

Code-named ‘Cyber Storm II,’ this is the largest-ever exercise designed to evaluate the mettle of information technology experts and incident response teams from 18 federal agencies, including the DHS, CIA, Department of Defense, FBI, and NSA, as well as officials from nine states, including Delaware, Pennsylvania and Virginia. In addition, more than 40 companies will be playing, including Cisco Systems, Dow Chemical, McAfee, and Microsoft.

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Technology war game tests U.S. readiness
http://www.venturacountystar.com/ne..ogy-war-game-tests-us-readiness/

NATO: Cyber Warfare Poses Great Threat
http://www.guardian.co.uk/technology/2008/mar/06/hitechcrime.uksecurity

“Operation Quick Resolve”: National Guard holds surprise training drill
http://www.eyewitnessnewstv.com/G..p?S=7952938&nav=F2DO

eneral Warns Of Al-Qaeda Threat To U.S.
http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/terror_th..3QSUec3jGs0NUE

Bush: America Still Not Safe From Terrorism
http://www.reuters.com/artic..idUSN0624857820080306?sp=true

March Madness: Homeland Security Issues Warning on Sports Arenas
http://www.abcnews.go.com/print?id=4387469

Pentagon To Gas Crystal City Residents
http://prisonplanet.com/articles/march2008/030308_crystal_city.htm

 


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