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Coast Guard Ordered to Stay in Port and Allow Infiltration

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAIs there anyone in these areas that can confirm or deny this?

Watchdog Wire Florida – by Dr. Richard Swier

MIAMI, FL –  Drugs, weapons, illegal aliens all are welcome under a new directive. There is an ongoing, emergency situation with the U.S. Coast Guard, which is now an agency under the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.  

“By directive, starting last Monday, 29 April 2013 (barring emergency calls) Coast Guard District 7, which stretches from the Carolinas to Alabama to Florida, has been restricted from activity. There will be no enforcement patrols of large or small craft allowed in U.S. territorial seas, district-wide,” according to a WDW confidential source.

This directive will mean that, of several hundred craft available, neither the close-in enforcement operations (out to 20-nautical miles) nor the larger, blue water enforcement craft – cutters and the like – are actively engaged in protecting our shoreline. All such operations have ceased; no fuel is to be used to protect the U.S. shores, at least in District 7. All vessels would be confined to port, and personnel would be standing around, passing time onshore. Emergency rescue and limited air operations still continue.

Our confidential source states, “To put a perspective on this: an average Coast Guard small boat, for example, is a light, maneuverable outboard-equipped craft capable of quickly answering calls for detaining, boarding and inspecting vessels close to shore. They look for drugs, human trafficking, and weapons – including nuclear devices – which, incidentally when found are disarmed or turned over to the U.S. Navy bomb disposal units.”

Such a boat might interdict 50 craft per watch, or shift. That’s hundreds of boarding’s, scores of criminals/terrorists, and tons of contraband or worse – every watch, of every day, over thousands of miles of U.S. coastline – that are not happening.

Will Congress query the other Coast Guard operational districts, perhaps even including our lakes and river ways, to see if the same directive applies?

What’s more: Jacksonville, Florida is homeport to three of the U.S. Navy’s incredibly powerful nuclear submarines, as well as many surface ships.

Our source notes, “Until this week, (following the devastatingly successful small boat attack on the defenseless U.S.S. Cole), a Coast Guard small craft escort was provided to all such important Navy assets as they made their way in and out of the port of Jacksonville. As of Monday, this escort is no longer provided!”

http://watchdogwire.com/florida/2013/05/06/coast-guard-ordered-to-stay-in-port-and-allow-infiltration/

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9 Responses to Coast Guard Ordered to Stay in Port and Allow Infiltration

  1. NC says:

    Obama and his administration needs to be kicked out NOW!!!! This has gone too far. Our borders are gone. We are open to invasion at anytime and these stupid imbeciles and sheeple are sitting around the their idiotboxes watching American Idol and the Voice and only care about the latest Hollywood scandal. WHAT THE F**K!!!! I am so sick of this shit!

    WHEN WILL PEOPLE GET TOGETHER AND RISE UP AND ENFORCE OUR LAWS?? WHEN WILL THE MILITARY STAND UP AND TAKE BACK OUR COUNTRY AND KICK THESE SONS OF BITCHES OUT OF THE WHITE HOUSE AND GOVERNMENT AND WHEN WILL THEY ARREST THE BASTARD, ADAM KOKESH FOR ABSOLUTE STUPIDITY AND INSANITY AND FOR BEING A DANGER TO THE PATRIOTS OF OUR COUNTRY????!!!!!

    WAKE UP! WAKE UP! WAKE UP, PEOPLE!!!!

  2. Enbe says:

    If so, ordered to stay in port, this is treason among the USCG hierarchy, top on down.

  3. Alberet says:

    TREASON most FOUL.

  4. thomas says:

    Jacksonville FL has no submarines of any kind that call mayport, FL homeport… the submarine base is about an hour north in Georgia.

    • RT Hawk says:

      Yeah, I went through a bunch of newspapers online couldn’t find anything.
      Made some calls, one thing as you mentioned thomas is “Mayport”.
      Suspect they thought, tho, will do some checking tomorrow and get back with me tomorrrow night.
      Will post if I find out anything more.

  5. Guardian says:

    As an auxiliary member that works with active duty on a daily basis in D7 at Station Miami Beach i question the journalistic integrity of an entity that would run this story without checking with the United States Coast Guard.

    This story is false D7 is operating normally with crews and cutters always at the ready and underway

    • RT Hawk says:

      Thank you Guardian for your answer to this question.
      While going to the USCG site MARSEC Level 1 doesn’t say much, in reference to this article.

      The article does state at the top
      “Is there anyone in these areas that can confirm or deny this?”
      We here at this site DO check info/disinfo.
      With new laws, sequester 2013 cuts, what have you, many things are not clearly defined.
      It is pretty obvious, the person (Not from this area) that posted the article had questions with it as well and wanted to know.

      Talking with people I know from other Armed Forces, mostly Marine and Army, they said “Suspect” and “Bogus” but would check as a favor and let me know. I’m pretty sure the calls I receive later will be much the same as they had stated from what they have seen things are “at the ready” and hadn’t seen any other changes.

      Guardian, for future reference, for those of us in area D7, what is/are the number(s) that should be called with questions and who should we ask to speak with?

  6. Huh? says:

    Following the link to the original article gets a “404 – Not Found”

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