For several years now, I’ve seen alarming warnings on the net about our government being in collusion with the United Nations in preparation for the latter’s imminent takeover of the United States to install a one-world government. Central to this conspiracy theory is purported evidence that white UN vehicles and tanks have been spotted in America, including hundreds of those white vehicles secretly stashed away in a Florida air field.
The latest of such warnings is a video sent to me by a regular FOTM tipster. The video was posted to YouTube on August 12, 2012, and uploaded onto the website 12160. (I suggest you turn your volume way down when you watch it because the music is very loud and annoying.)
The video begins with pictures of tanks and white cars bearing the black letters “UN”. Beginning at the 02:14 mark, the video shows the following:
Thousands of UN vehicles in storage
Airport Facility not Airforce Base
Jacksonville Florida Airforce Base
(courtesy of Google Earth)
Beginning at the 02:24 mark, the video shows a Google aerial map of what it claims to be the “Airforce Base” or “Facility” in Jacksonville, Florida. Here’s a screen shot I took from the video. Note the distinctive X-shaped runway:
Here’s a close-up of the X-shaped runway in the purported Jacksonville Airforce Base, at the 02:37 mark:
Next, the video zooms in to show hundreds of white vehicles parked cheek to jowl on the runway. Here’s a screenshot I took at the 03:22 mark:
As I was watching this, I thought to myself: “If the video found these white vehicles on Google map, I should be able to do so as well.”
So, I went looking for an Air Force base or facility located in Jacksonville, FL. The only one I found is the U.S. Naval Air Station in Jacksonville, FL. Here’s a screen shot I took of the Google aerial map of the U.S. Naval Air Station in Jacksonville, FL. Not only are there no masses of white vehicles parked on the runway, notice that the air station’s runway is not X-shaped:
Here’s a close-up view of the Jacksonville Naval Air Station. See any white vehicles parked on the air strips?
So where is an air field in Jacksonville that does have the distinctive X-shaped runway?
After some searching on the net, thanks to a commenter “RaulPon” on the Daily Paul website, I found it. It’s the Reynolds Industrial Park in Green Cove Springs, FL. Green Cove Springs is 28 miles south of Jacksonville. The 45-year-old industrial park is located on a former WWII Navy Base that was decommissioned in 1962, sold to the City of Green Cove Springs and then to private owners in 1965.
Here’s a screen shot I took of the Google aerial map of Reynolds Industrial Park (notice the X-shaped runway!):
Here’s a close-up of the X-shaped runway. Do you see any white vehicles parked cheek to jowl? Do you even see ONE white “UN” vehicle?
And here’s the reason why you don’t see any sinister white vehicles parked on the runway of Reynolds Industrial Park, as explained by the Park’s executive director Ted McGowan in a public statement:
Thank you for taking time to read this statement and verifying the accuracy of the claims made about our facilities being used as UN storage facilities for a secret takeover operation. I am Ted McGowan and have been the Executive Director of Reynolds Park since 1998. We are a leasing and property management business overseeing the 700,000 square feet of industrial buildings, 4 miles of piers and bulkhead, golf course, marina, private runway and ground storage facilities known as Reynolds Park.
Reynolds Park is a 45 year old industrial park located on a former WWII Navy Base that was decommissioned in 1962, sold to the City of Green Cove Springs and then to private owners in 1965. It leases facilities to private companies who operate a variety of businesses on the facilities. Those facilities include the former and current runways in place since 1941. The active runway operates as a private use facility. The inactive runways have been used for brake testing and development, storage trailer parking, police training, bus driver training, motorcycle school training and car parking of imported vehicles.
Regarding the recent claims that United Nation’s vehicles have been secretly stored on the private runways in Green Cove Springs, I assure you that those claims are not true and have been fabricated as a hoax and practical joke.
I have watched the original video. The claims that the person has made are completely fabricated. The Google maps images are correct. The actual vehicles (pictured below) were stored here by an auto processing company. This company imports Kia automobiles through the port of Brunswick and stores and processes them in preparation for distribution to dealers through the southeast. Unfortunately, they are no longer a tenant of ours.
The company storing Kia’s here was a tenant of ours for two years until the federal “Cash For Clunkers” program absorbed their inventory and they no longer needed the storage space available at Reynolds Park. The vehicles are imported with white plastic film on them as a protective covering. They did not have “UN” posted on the roofs. I don’t know if the UN places the letters on the roof of all their vehicles or not but the vehicles in the video are real but the vehicles here never had UN on their roofs.
I thank you for taking time to read this statement and stand by my statement that the claims made about the vehicles stored at Reynolds Park are UN vehicles and any other conspiratorial claims made about any of our other former or current tenants and facilities are false.
If you have a legitimate business need to start or grow a business and require industrial building space or other facilities that we provide, please contact our Senior Property Manager, John Brown, to find out how we can serve you and make your business successful.
Ted McGowan, Executive Director, Reynolds Park
1. The “UN-NATO takeover of America” video misidentifies Reynolds Industrial Park in Green Cove Springs, FL, for an “Airforce Base or Facility” in Jacksonville, FL.
2. The sinister white vehicles parked on the X-shaped runway are new KIA passenger autos covered with a white protective shield, like this:
White armored vehicles with the letters UN painted on them were spotted on a freeway coming out of Alabama. See “UN armored cars seen in Georgia, USA.”