September 23, 2011
A massive terror drill – remarkably ignored by all but local media – is now underway in Denver, Colorado.
More than 100 government agencies are taking part in Operation Mountain Guardian, made possible due to a grant from the Department of Homeland Security through FEMA Region VIII and the State of Colorado Governor’s Office of Homeland Security, according to KDVR in Denver.
Mock terror drills will be staged at a mall, an elementary school, a community college, a hospital, and transportation hubs, including the Denver airport.
The exercise is scheduled to begin at 5 a.m. and end by 4:30 p.m., according to ABC 7 News in Denver.
KDVR reports that the media will be allowed to report on the events, but a news advisory PDF released by officialdom states media coverage will be restricted to “outside areas.”
Terror drills are of particular concern due to the fact that several were staged on September 11, 2001, and July 7, 2005, during attacks attributed to Muslim cave dwellers and associated patsies.
On the morning of September 11, 2001, the CIA was conducting a terror exercise and several days earlier, on September 6, NORAD simulated two hijackings as part of Vigilant Guardian. According to the government’s 9/11 report, one military scenario included terrorists hijacking a London to New York flight and blowing it up with explosives over New York.