A man driving on a freeway coming out of Alabama in southern Georgia took this video of at least two flat-back trucks, each carrying two brand-new white armored cars bearing the letters “UN” in black.
One sharp-eyed reader on YouTube observed that the vehicles “appear to have M231 port firing weapon ports on them.”
The United States is a sovereign country, not under the UN’s jurisdiction. There can be NO legitimate reason why armored trucks of the United Nations should be on American soil, unless the UN vehicles had been manufactured here and are being transported by truck to a port for shipping overseas.
But the “Made in Alabama” website’s page on “Alabama auto camily: A look at the models produced in the state” does not include armored trucks as a model that’s manufactured in Alabama, nor does it make mention of doing any manufacturing for the United Nations. When I ran a search for “armored vehicles,” the only thing that came up is an armored version of the Mercedes-Benz M-Class that looks nothing like the UN armored trucks:
What I find perhaps even more interesting is the fact that the two trucks carrying the UN armored vehicles have no lettering on them indicating their company’s name. The trucks are also painted UN blue.
H/t Activist Post
Dr. Eowyn’s article first appeared at Fellowship of the Minds.
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