West Virginia Dismisses False Flag Allegations
2013-07-18 0:00

By Julie Wilson | infowars.com

West Virginia Public Broadcasting has issued a statement on the communities’ Beckley’s Best Facebook page assuring the public (and conspiracy theorists) that the National Guard training exercises taking place at the same time and location as the National Boy Scout Jamboree, are not indicative of a false flag event.

In June of 2013, Gov. Tomblin signed off on a Proclamation by the State of West Virginia’s Executive Department declaring a state of emergency for numerous counties from July 14 to July 26.

In the document, the governor orders “the implementation of the State Emergency Operations Plan, the activation of the State Emergency Operations Center in a manner and location to be established by the Director of the Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Management…”

As we reported last month, the 2013 Boy Scout Jamboree has been receiving loads of attention after Nevada governor candidate David Lory VanDerBeerk announced that he has inside information regarding the event. That information has led him to believe that the Jamboree could be the scene of the next false flag event carried out by the US government.

The Jamboree was reassigned from its original location of 30 years at Fort A.P. Hill, Va., to the Summit at Bechtel Family National Scout Reserve in W. Va.

According to VanDerBeek’s government source, “The government is planning an event where FEMA is preparing an unannounced disease outbreak drill caused by conventional and unconventional terrorism in July with 4:1 ratio of mental and “sick” and stated that this drill was scheduled to be held at the Jamboree.

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