White Boxcars

General Railway Services, Mojave, California

& Albion, Pennsylvania

1996

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British Columbia

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From the Patriot Report August 1998
The Present Truth Ministry,P.O. Box 1148, Sallisaw, Oklahoma 74955

A railroad boxcar building company in Portland, Oregon received a contract to build 400 special boxcars. Sources inside the company described the boxcars as white "prisoner holding" type rail cars. The prison boxcars have been leaving Portland for over a year now and headed for parts unknown.
A U.S. citizen traveling in Canada spotted white boxcars in several locations traveling North along Highway 1 near Hope, British Columbia. More were spotted 175 miles North of Hope close to Spencers Bridge. Others were spotted between Prince George and Dawson Creek. A total of 100 boxcars were seen by this eyewitness.
Some of the boxcars had doors on the ends, instead of on the sides. At least 22 boxcars were white with green doors. An anonymous source who worked at the plant said that the train cars were prison cars ordered and paid for by the United Nations. He also said that the boxcars had shackles and racks built inside by another company before they left Oregon.
The rail line ends in Ft. Nelson, BC where there is a military base. It has been reported by Canadians that most of the military bases in Canada have been designed and built to be utilized as concentration/prison camps.
This information is especially curious since other reports of new highways and bridges have been built in Canada all leading to the American border. The bridges and highways in question are not in highly traveled areas but in remote sites where there is no need for such construction. Military veterans have said that the bridges are built to withstand the weight of the larger more modern tanks. These large highways and bridges have been spotted in Canada in various locations from Washington state to Michigan.
If the enemies of America are planning an invasion they'll have the highways to make it an easy trip, and the most complacent generation in U.S. history to make a "Red Dawn" scenario a complete success. Unless...Americans wake up.


George Eaton


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