Thursday, August 22, 2019

Black Helicopter Training Tonight Speeds Thru Downtown Kansas City



For our most beloved late night local denizens we offer a quick moment of contemplation as the world's most accurate encyclopedia tells us . . . In the United States militia movement, black helicopter is a symbol of an alleged conspiratorial military takeover of the United States. Not to worry, that already happened but nobody noticed because we were all too busy gossiping on our phones.

And so tonight, hyper-vigilant citizen media shares a clip capturing a few seconds of low-flying action during this week of not-so-low-key evening military exercises over Kansas City skies.

Take a look:



Hopefully, we'll have more for the morning update . . . STAY TUNED!!!

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Saw an Osprey tonight as well. The cost of fuel alone could help wipe out KC's debt problem and maybe help alleviate the need for that e-tax.

Anonymous said...

Gotta think the old board of education building must be pretty spook but similar to many "staging" grounds around the world.

Anonymous said...

money out the window vote no to the e-tax

Anonymous said...

Scanning and cataloging urban youth flip phone details. Metal detectors id guns and location. Giant data base the cops and feds will yse for months. MAGA

Anonymous said...

Prelude to "Operation Blue Thunder".

Anonymous said...

Assuming they "won" when the exercise concluded, what "pieces" were left over for us to repair?

Anonymous said...

I saw two Osprey's heading what seemed to be towards Whiteman. In broad
daylight and looking rather strange as they are usually rare in these parts.

Add the high flying blackhawks of last few weeks, very high flying.

Saw an Apache about a year ago at the Park of Fountains on the Plaza.

Regular Chinook flights that look to be towards Olathe usually, Olathe to Whiteman it seemed.

One flight of Chinooks was on route to Whiteman right after tankers got taken in Middle East. Thought they might be planning a stealth option.

Anonymous said...

I can't hear the black helicopters over the motorcycles and souped-up cars roaring back and forth on the streets.