NEW YORK — As of late Sunday, orders were given to deploy 1175 National Guard troops into the New York City region of the United States in preparation for the mandatory evacuation of “Zone A” which contains a civilian population of 375,000 people.
400 National Guardsmen have now been deployed into Long Island, 200 in New York City, and the remainder will disperse in the surrounding areas.
The New York City subway and other transportation hubs are shutdown and are now on full-scale lock down as the city is now in full button up status. Libraries and other government facilities will remain closed.
Public schools have been allotted and have been set up as temporary FEMA camps or makeshift shelters (78 throughout the city), as not all evacuee’s will make it out of the city.
Some will go by choice, others will stay or be forcefully removed by law enforcement or military units.
NYC mayor Michael Bloomberg is expected to sign executive orders calling for the mandatory evacuation of “Zone A” as bridges, tunnels, airports, and other facilities might be closed as well.
Military, law enforcement, emergency responders, and utility crews are on high alert as the storm is moving in.
The government has ordered that all staff in hospitals and nursing homes be beefed up to 150% of standard daily staffing levels, signifying that this storm is causing concern amongst officials alike.
The soldiers will be available to aid local authorities in responding to storm damage in New York City, Long Island, the Hudson Valley and the Southern Tier. The New York National Guard has stocks of equipment set aside specifically for storms and is also prepared to deploy aircraft and satellite communications systems as needed. The following vehicles, aircraft and equipment are also available:
•The New York National Guard has more than 900 high axle trucks and Humvees which can negotiate flooded areas, as well as long-distance transportation assets and engineering equipment which can be used as necessary.
•The New York Army National Guard has 11 UH-60 Black Hawk helicopters, two UH-72 Lakota light utility helicopters equipped with night vision equipment, and one CH-47 heavy lift helicopter available to respond.
•The New York Air National Guard has four C-130 cargo aircraft ready to fly if required.
Another 200 New York Army National Guard soldiers will go on duty in New York City, operating from the Lexington Avenue Armory in Manhattan and the Jamaica Armory in Queens. In addition, the headquarters for Joint Task Force Sandy, which includes assets from both the Army and Air Force and other services, will stand up at Camp SmithTraining Site north of Peekskill.
NEW YORK — New York City shut down its mass transit system, closed its schools and ordered hundreds of thousands of people to flee their homes Sunday in the face of increasingly dire predictions about the wall of water that could hit the nation’s largest city as part of the superstorm bearing down on the East Coast.
A seawater surge of anywhere from 6 to 11 feet threatened to swamp parts of lower Manhattan, flood subway tunnels and knock out the underground network of power, phone and high-speed Internet lines that are the lifeblood of America’s financial capital.
This type scenario is one in which “the powers that be” (globalist criminals) could initiate PDD51 or other executive orders taking full control of the civilian population in the name of a natural disaster.
This type of false flag is not out of the question as silent martial law was achieved for 3 years after the H1N1 “Swine Flu” outbreak under the guise of World Health Organization pandemic level 6.