1. Why do so many people react spastically at the mention of "Black Helicopters" and immediately protest "THEY DON'T EXIST!"?
Years ago, the unit who flies the black helicopters was a "big secret" and the public wasn't supposed to know. It wasn't because the unit was or is involved in something good, like space research, but rather, because the unit received (and receives) "black budget" funds from Congress, unaccountable to the public, and through the Organized Crime Drug Enforcement Task Force (an illegal alliance of law enforcement with the military), illegally served as the taxi-cab service for private mafia squads of the FBI, DEA, and U.S. Customs. They would claim to be using task forces for "drug interdiction," but were in fact, using them for private enterprises.
All the need for secrecy changed, however, when the military "Special Operations Command" was formed, separate and apart from "Special Forces," and when the 1995 Crime Bill officially (and unConstitutionally) sanctioned the use of any federal agency in "crime task forces." Now the FBI, DEA, and military can form their mafia squads out in the open and claim to be "fighting crime," and receive their funds right out in the open.
2. Well, if the black helicopters exist, where are they?
Ft. Campbell, Kentucky, is home of the U.S. Army's 101st Airborne Division.
Ft. Cambell's homepage is: http://www.campbell.army.mil/campbell.htm
It is also the homebase for the 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment (the 160th SOAR), known as the "Nightstalkers," whose motto is "Death Waits in the Dark." Their logo is Death on horseback.
See their logo at: http://www.nightstalkers.com/death.htm
See photos of some of their BLACK HELICOPTERS at:
3. What's the big deal about whether they are "BLACK" helicopters or not anyway?
The color is significant because Special Operations Command gets this particular type of paint, called "CARC" because it avoids infra-red detection. Some of the black paint is also radar absorbant.
The Special Operations units are often involved in clandestine (and usually illegal) operations where they do not want to be detected and if shot down, they do not want to be identified. Their aircraft never have any markings on them for this reason (unless they are temporarily handpainted on in a homedone job when they are posing for TV).
The CARC paint appears flat black. The radar-absorbant black paint looks somewhat crumbly. Both are black, however.
Other Special Operations Units have black aircraft as well. Other black aircraft pictures can be seen at:
It is especially significant when a black helicopter is either a "Little Bird" or an "Apache." The 160th is the only unit that flies the black "Little Bird" tactical chopper and black Apaches. The Army mentions that the 160th is the only unit to fly the Hughes 500 Little Bird on their page at: http://www.campbell.army.mil/copters.htm
The drawing shown on that page is of a green little bird, however, an actual Little Bird, in flight, and, of course, black, is shown on the 160th page at: http://www.nightstalkers.com/museum.htm
Thus, the color black is useful for identifying the unit and purpose of the particular aircraft.
For those who want to argue, "they're not really black, they're dark GREEN," dark green can be seen on a C-130 at:
For those who want to argue "they're not really black, they're grey, they just look black in the light," see the distinction between GREY and BLACK on a GREY C-141 at:
When Special Operations military is used against American Citizens on U.S. soil, that should be cause for alarm and outrage.
4. HOW YOU CAN KNOW THAT ANYONE LOUDLY HOOTING DOWN ANYONE WHO SPEAKS ABOUT EITHER WACO OR BLACK HELICOPTERS AS A "LOON" IS A NO-GOOD, SCUM-BAG, MURDEROUS TRAITOR:
Black little birds, flown only by the 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment, were filmed by CNN, and by the FBI (we have a copy of the FBI tape and have widely distributed it for two years) at Waco, several times.
Remember the government's lies that no active duty military played anything but a "support" role at Waco?
Remember Title 18, Section 1385 of the U.S. Code that makes such use of the Army against American citizens COMPLETELY ILLEGAL?
Remember the women and children who came out of Waco saying that the helicopters had fired into their house, into the roof?
Remember the BLACK LITTLE BIRD seen on TV in the first opening shots of the "three helicopters" at Waco?
Remember Waco II, our video, that shows where the MEDIA cut out the section of video with the sounds of the helicopters firing into the roof, but made the mistake of leaving in the VIDEO that shows the BULLETS SHOWN BEING FIRED INTO THE ROOF?
GUESS WHO THAT WAS. Guess why they have spent SO MUCH MONEY trying to convince the American public that there are "no black helicopters" and there was "no illegal use of military at Waco." (Though this lie should have been obvious to anyone who saw the tanks in the front yard . . . .)
The 160th is a unit specially trained to do nothing but kill. Their own video, which shows their training, can be seen at the Pratt Museum.
They are trained to do "urban insertion" -- parachuting from a helicopter while a DOOR GUNNER fires into the URBAN TARGET below as a "DIVERSION." We filmed the 160th actually doing this training.
Remember ATF Agent Ted Royster, right after Waco, saying, "We had our plan down, we had our **diversion** down, things just went wrong"? (He's shown saying this in Waco, the Big Lie).
Remember the Treasury Report which says the "helicopers were supposed to be a "diversion""?
Senator Dan Burton, who was spearheading the efforts to investigate Waco and the murder of Vince Foster, suddenly found his son arrested for dope charges -- twice in six months.
In the meantime, I found out it was DAN BURTON'S CHIEF OF STAFF who was the head of the so-called "military experts" at Congress who "examined" my tapes and found them to be "wholly wrong," and ran the entire "investigation" into the ground.
DAN BURTON'S CHIEF OF STAFF WENT TO WORK FOR BURTON DIRECTLY FROM DUTY WITH THE 160th SPECIAL OPERATIONS AVIATION REGIMENT.
And, guess who used the M67A FLAME THROWING TANKS and a technique called "JITTERBUGGING" to COLLAPSE UNDERGROUND BUNKERS in Vietnam? Why, gee, the same group who were the "consultants" for Waco: 5th Group, Special Forces, Delta Force. (Reference: Treasury Department Report on Waco, also shown in Waco II, the Big Lie Continues).
NOW YOU KNOW SOME OF WHY WE'VE BEEN TOLD SO MANY LIES ABOUT WACO, ABOUT BLACK HELICOPTERS AND WHO THE LIARS ARE.
GO SEE THE REST OF THE STORY AT:
http://184.108.40.206/SkyWriter/WacoMuseum <---- Best address http://www.mnsinc.com/SkyWriter/WacoMuseum http://www.Public-Action.com/SkyWriter/WacoMuseum
There you will also see the proof that the Branch Davidians did not "commit suicide." The autopsy pictures and Carol Valentine's incredible and painstaking analysis of Waco, are the final blow.
From: Bryan Walker <firstname.lastname@example.org> Newsgroups: alt.government.abuse,alt.conspiracy,alt.fan.rush-limbaugh,rec.aviation.military Subject: !!-----> BLACK HELICOPTER FAQ <------!! Date: Fri, 04 Oct 1996 10:07:49 -0500 Organization: Domark Software Lines: 148 Message-ID: <32552844.4D02@domark.com>
Black Helicopters FAQ Pt2
As a former soldier and helicopter pilot, I felt compelled to respond to this paranoid and ignorant rambling about "black" helicopters from "Dr." Thompson.
Having served at Fort Campbell, as well as having friends currently serving in the 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment, let me clarify some of the "points" that "Dr." Thompson brought up:
The 160th SOAR's primary mission is clandestine insertion and extraction of Special Forces personnel. Their mix of aircraft includes different models of the UH-60 Blackhawk, OH-6 Cayuse, and CH-47 Chinook. Though some of these aircraft are lightly armed, they could hardly be called attack helicopters. Simply put, these aircraft are not the high-tech wonders that people think of when they hear the word "Special Ops." (Few things in the military are.)
The overwhelming majority of the aircraft the 160th fields at Fort Campbell and Fort Stewart are painted the same dark green as regular Army helicopters. I've only seen one MH-6 "Little Bird" that was actually painted black, as opposed to dozens of civilian helicopters sporting that paint scheme. (Obviously flown by sinister enemy agents trying to undermine our national security...)
> The color is significant because Special Operations Command gets this > particular type of paint, called "CARC" because it avoids infra-red > detection. Some of the black paint is also radar absorbant.<
The color of this IR and radar absorbent paint is makes no difference as to its performance. In fact, black is one of the worst colors to use for IR absorbency, as it increases the surface temperature of the object considerably.
> The Special Operations units are often involved in clandestine (and > usually illegal) operations<
Clandestine, yes. Illegal, no.
>Their aircraft never have any markings on them for this reason (unless they are temporarily handpainted on in a homedone job when they are posing for TV).
Any civilian can view these aircraft on the ramps at Fort Campbell and Fort Stewart. Yes, they have markings.
> The 160th is a unit specially trained to do nothing but kill. Their > own video, which shows their training, can be seen at the Pratt > Museum.
Every combat unit in the US military is trained to do nothing but kill. Should that be a surprise?
> They are trained to do "urban insertion" -- parachuting from a > helicopter while a DOOR GUNNER fires into the URBAN TARGET below as a > "DIVERSION." We filmed the 160th actually doing this training.<
Urban warfare is commonly taught to regular Army units, as well.
Given the increasing degree of lunacy that "Dr." Thompson launches into after thse points, I see little need on debunking a diatribe that invalidates itself so well.
One of the more obvious questions is why any group intent on world domination would paint their helicopters flat black and ensure they stick out like a sore thumb, particularly now that "patriots" such as Thompson have surmised their nefarios plans? Why not paint their aircraft like the average traffic helicopter and blend in?
(I can hear the nut-cases now: "I was followed by the Channel 3 helicopter as I drove to work this morning! Now that I think of it, isn't the pilot one of them there Or-Rye-Entals??")
On that note, I might be on to something: Ever notice how there's a news helicopter at EVERY major disaster? I'm beginning to see a pattern!!