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A joint drill between military and police in South Florida involving troops storming a building in the middle of the night was characterized by local media coverage not as a frightening example of how Americans are being acclimatized to accept a state of martial law but as a ‘cool tourist story’.
Panic-stricken residents in Coconut Grove were awoken at 1am to the sound of simulated gunfire and explosions as military helicopters hovered over buildings and dispatched troops to the ground.
The Department of Defense drills prompted a deluge of 911 calls, but instead of asking why the military is terrifying American citizens on U.S. soil with drills designed to acclimate the public to accept martial law, local news station WSVN-TV framed the incident as a ‘cool tourist story’.
“Miami police assisted in overseeing the exercises — but they were instructed to keep quiet about the exercises until late Monday, for security reasons. The police also blocked off roads around the Grand Bay during the exercise,” reports the Miami Herald.
Source: Paul Joseph Watson, Infowars.com
Jann’s Great American Road Trip. Starts in St Augustine Florida and continues south through the Florida Keys visiting Daytona Beach, Disney World, South Beach Miami, Coconut Grove, Key Largo, Key West and most recently south of the border to the Rivera Maya and Playa Del Carmen Mexico.
January 2nd, 2007
November 19th, 2006
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March 1st, 2002
February 5th, 2002
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January 18th, 2002
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November 2nd, 2001
Great American Road Trip visits South Beach Miami Florida, Little Havana, The News Cafe, The Beaches of Miami where the you can rent wave runners and hang out with the diverse crowd, then back in the Spanish Village on Espanola Way you can taste a little bit of France at A La Folie. One of the nicest resorts to stay right on the beach in Miami is the Royal Palm Crowne Plaza and if you want to really show off you can rent a Ferrari or a souped up Hummer and cruise Ocean Drive over to the Wolfsonian FIU Museum for a look at some fine arts. Then south of Miami is Coconut Grove where you find Coco Walk on the way south towards Key Largo.