Modesto CA Unveils "Armadillo" - Armored Surveillance Truck To "Video And Audio Record Local Residents"

California Police Unveil Armored Surveillance Vehicle

Police in Modesto, California unveiled a newly acquired surveillance vehicle this week which will video and audio record local residents throughout the city.

The Armadillo, a refurbished armored truck, is equipped with four high definition cameras, four wide-angle lens cameras and advanced audio recording capabilities.

[video removed as it starts by itself continually; this photo says it all though; video: here]
“We want this to serve as a deterrent or extra eyes out there for us,” police spokeswoman Heather Graves told Fox 40 News. “We are focusing on public areas, we’re not trying to impede anyone’s privacy.”

The vehicle’s surveillance features can also be accessed remotely, allowing officers to park the vehicle in any area of the city and control the cameras’ zooming abilities from a separate location.

“Smile, you’re on camera,” a bold message on the side of the truck reads.

Despite Fox 40′s decision to only interview a supporter of the new armored truck, the news group’s Facebook page painted a much different picture.

“Suddenly all the dystopian books I read in high school make sense. I guess they were trying to prepare us for our future,” one commenter noted.

Several other departments across the country including a precinct in Fort Lauderdale have implemented the use of surveillance vehicles as well, with real-time video footage feeding directly into police headquarters.

This week the U.S. Army announced that it would be giving away 13,000 Mine-Resistant Ambush-Protected vehicles, designed for the streets of Afghanistan and Iraq, to law enforcement agencies here at home. Other agencies like the Department of Defense have unloaded countless military vehicles on police departments also, with police in Utah recently receiving armored vehicles and grenade launchers.

[etymology] armadillo: 1570s, from Sp. armadillo, dim. of armado "armored," from L. armatus, pp. of armare "to arm"

'Smile, you're on camera' is the Big Brother mock coming with this latest phase-in of what has now become a nation-wide open-expansion of the ZWO paramilitary police state apparatus. And not only cameras, which are all over the place as it is, although not mobile and can not follow people down the street with wide-angle live streams like Armadillo can, but audio recording. Conversations on the street corners being monitored and stored. Does it get any more Big Brother than that? As mentioned in the above article, it is interesting that the only "citizen" interviewed happened to be the "armadillo's" biggest cheerleader."It's needed, and not just this area, but a lot of areas" - whatever it takes... save us... save us... we gladly give up all our freedoms...just save us Big Brother. As noted above, the root for the word 'armadillo' is "amare" which has a meaning of "to arm". Armored military vehicles patrolling the city streets audio and video recording innocent people going about their daily lives amounts to just that - arming against the people. Not to mention the blatant propaganda used to 'sell' it to the armed-against as seen by the professional cheerleader employed in this news-release video.

A global 'kingdom' from which to reign over all the earth as 'divine' kings, which is the zionist-nwo one and only goal, by definition, will require military rule. It's being installed. Nationwide, globally. To 666 you. Be informed.

see: Brennan Takes CIA Oath On Pre-Legal 1787 Constitution Without Bill Of Rights; Teddy Roosevelt Symbolism 3-9-13 "There is a name for government that does not recognize any "rule of law" other than a 'big stick'. It is called totalitarianism, and brute force is the only way it can be made to work..."

 Rev. 18:4
The Blessed Hope - Titus 2:13

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