The closure of several Walmart stores (for plumbing repairs) have been linked to Jade Helm 15 activity.
These astonishing letters (from an unidentified source) were part of Dave Hodges’ article entitled: Evidence Suggesting That Closed Walmarts Are Staging Centers for FEMA Camps. The full article can be found here at thecommonsenseshow.
Dear Mr. Hodges
My name is not important but what I want to tell you may be very important to this country. I work for a private contractor that secretly goes to work sites and performs add-ons or retrofits in construction, electrical etc. We are sworn to secrecy in some of our jobs and we are very well paid.
I have been to the Walmart in Midland (Texas) that you have written about and what is going on there is not normal and I dont think it is in the best interest for the people who live in the country.
Each day on this job we enter Walmart through a subterranean entrance. We are forced to change clothes and we are allowed to take nothing in so we cannot take pictures. We change clothes when we are done with our 12 hours shifts. There is work going on 24/7 in this Walmart. Our work is compartmentalized in most of our work sites so we dont know what we are working on in its final status. At this Walmart they seemto be in a hurry because I have seen enough to draw conclusions about the final product and it contains some things that you have already written about.
In each corner of the Walmart they are constructing 4 guard towers or at least they look like guard towers. There is no question what I am seeing here. This made the hairs on the back of neck stand on end. All the display counters and shelves from this Walmart have been taken out of the store. The story that they are saying about plumbing is BS.
Inside the building, I have seen men with DHS badges which we are used to seeing in the jobs that we do. This time we are also seeing men with United Nations badges and they wear the shirt and tie and like the DHS guys they have their construction helmts on as they appear to be planning as much implementing. The place is guarded by private contractor armed with automatic weapons. I have not seen one military person on the inside in uniform. It is all DHS, UN and us in this building.
Usually there are 50 to 100 people working. I have seen as many as 300 people.
This email will probably get our entire crew fired for security reasons. I will send more later.
Dear Mr. Hodges
Today was a strange day at the Midland Walmart. I arrived and the shelves and display cases that were taken out have been replaced. in the middle two thirds of the store, I can see where they have installed mini platforms that I swear look like bunk beds if you put a mattress down. They are attached as the four units are welded together. They did all of this overnight in a 12 hour shift.
They also have an area in the Northeast part of the store that has black curtains going from the ceiling to the floor and we cannot see what is going on there. You can hear drills and other construction work noises but I have no idea what they are doing. The workers in this side of the store do not speak with anyone else. in fact we do not even see them. They even have their own portable restrooms to keep them from talking to the rest of us. It is definitely something that do not want us to see.
Our people installed a TSA type of entry near the rear of the store as well as the front of the store. Also, the large and wide glass windows and doors were narrowed by alot on the inside of the store. I immediately thought of prisoners.
Today was the first time I saw military. There were about a dozen men in Army uniforms and most were officers. I saw one Colonel insignia.
We were told that we have three days left on this job. I will write after my last day.
Dear Mr. Hodges,
One of our crew was fired today as he tried to smuggle a phone in his shoe that he apparently treid to conceal within his sock. The entire crew was almost fired over this. They took him out under guard by the private security firm. We are not really allowed to talk but we all have an uneasy feeling. This is like no job we have ever done.
Today, some the crew started tearing out some of the ventilation system in what must be a change in how they are going to pump air or something else into the store. Some of this work required working on the roof were it felt like 150 degrees. This building was completely retrofitted. and they are not done. This is not a WMart any longer. I think it is a prison of sorts.
Today, there were more military in the building who walked around with DHS. I did not see any UN guys today.
This just does not feel right. I have a very bad feeling. Back at where we are staying, one guy asked me what I thought. We are required to keep our mouth shut. This guy has only been on one job before this, so I cannot trust him. But he said he a very bad feeling like we were building a prison and maybe its time that he gets a regular job.
This will be the last time I write to you. I go home tomorrow. I hope you get this out there soon. People need to know the weird things that we have seen. I have done a lot of jobs that are secretive but nothing like this. I almost forgot to mention that when we were coming in this morning in the next tunnel over there were the sounds of heavy construction. Mr Hodges you need to ask your readers why they never see anyone coming in and out of the front door of this Walmart yet I saw from the roof that they have the private contractor security out in the parking lot.
Comment update: There has been a lot written about Jade Helm 15 in the Alternative media since the closures of the Walmart stores. I find these letters, if they are real, fascinating. They reveal the “secret business” of government and government contractors and undisclosed agendas. Mary Maxwell noted that the letters are maybe (suspiciously) “too well” written. I agree. But there are spelling mistakes and abrupt sentences. I would guess, by the formal approach (Dear Mr. Hodges, etc) and the writing style, the author (“Watcher”) would be in his fifties – and could very well be authentic. Time will tell.