The Intel Hub
November 2, 2011
The nuclear portion of the 2011 Arizona Vigilant Guardian drill is set to start tomorrow and will simulate a detonation of an improvised nuclear device(IND) in Phoenix, Arizona.
Over 200 agencies are set to be involved including the Department of Homeland Security, FEMA, TSA, National Guard, members of the health care community, and local police and first responders for a total of 8,000 people.
The drill will simulate a devastating nuclear bomb being detonated in the heart of the capital city of Arizona.
The exercise will consist of two phases—a simulated flood and a simulated Improvised Nuclear Device (IND) detonated in the Phoenix Metro Area. The scenario will test plans for simulated mass evacuation, mass fatality, medical response, receiving, staging and delivery of federal resources, continuity of operation/direction of control of state government and public information.
The consequences of an IND would be extensive. The impact on local, state and tribal governments and critical infrastructure would be considerable. The simulated evacuation of citizens of impacted areas along with medical triage will be a component of the overall response plan.
This massive simulation dovetails in with all the other tests and drills as well as the asteroid known as YU55 which Richard Hoagland has claimed may hit the moon.
YU55, an asteroid the size of an aircraft carrier is set to pass startling close to Earth between the 9th and 11th which is right around the exact time that numerous drills are set to commence, including a FEMA/FCC takeover simulation as well as a massive tsunami drill.
Appearing on the Collision Course radio show hosted by Francis Walsh, Richard Hoagland revealed his belief that YU55 will actually either make direct impact with the moon or make a close pass, within a couple hundred miles, of the moon.
He also stated that YU55 is NOT on track to hit the earth.
Stay tuned as The Intel Hub will continue to bring you up to date information leading up to the 9th through the 11th. Unlike others, we refuse to laugh off evidence that clearly points to something possibly happening on these days.