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Health Ranger investigates 'guard towers' appearing at a JADE HELM city in Texas; publishes photos from INSIDE

Retail guard towers

(NaturalNews) When I saw photos appear on the internet about the construction of "guard towers" in Bastrop, Texas, I decided to go investigate for myself. We have a distribution center near Bastrop, so when I was there yesterday, I went to the new construction just off Hwy 71, across from the Best Buy, and start filming video.

My goal? To find out if there's anything to the online rumors about "guard towers" being built at malls and retail establishments around the country. Like you, I've seen a lot of talk about these guard tower structures appearing across the country, but until now, I had never been able to access one up close. Even better, one of these "guard towers" was under construction, so I was able to see inside it and take photos from inside, before the walls went up (see photos below).

I'm not afraid to just march in there and start taking photos, by the way. If something weird is going on, I want to know about it. So I showed up with a camera and started taking photos and videos. Like you, I'm curious about everything, and I'm interested in finding the correct answers. Unlike pathetic mainstream media reporters, I'm not afraid to investigate something that sounds strange, and whatever the outcome of the investigation, I'm going to report the honest assessment of what I find.

These particular guard towers are not functional guard towers; they're purely cosmetic features with no function

My conclusion? These guard towers are purely cosmetic features. They have no floors and no method of entry (no hallway, no stairway, etc.). There's only a small, flimsy hatch that can be used to change out the light bulbs recessed into the bottom of the "tower" which is also the ceiling of the entryway.

For the record, I'm not saying that all the other reported guard towers aren't possibly something else, but in this case, the supposed "guard towers" in Bastrop, Texas, are clearly just aesthetic structures designed to make the retail mall look interesting.

Do not interpret this as any sort of attack on all the outstanding new media websites that are reporting on mysterious structures across America. We are all asking the same questions: What are these? What is their purpose? It's a commendable activity to publish photos, ask questions and encourage citizen investigations. After all, we know the government is covering up the truth on everything else, so why shouldn't we be on alert and skeptical about things going on in our local communities?

Real journalism, as we all know, is the art of investigating things that nobody else is willing to investigate. That's why the lamestream media isn't engaged in actual journalism anymore. You'll only find people asking intelligent questions and conducting legitimate, independent investigations when you read the new media (independent media).

Photos published from outside and INSIDE the "guard towers"

See the photos below and decide whether you agree with my assessment that these are just cosmetic "towers" with no practical function. Notice the access hatches for changing lights, thin sheetrock, and the lack of any access stairway from the inside. These "guard towers" look like flimsy construction, and although I'm not a professional architect, I do know enough about construction to realize these structures would be totally useless as tactical guard towers. They have no floors that would hold a person without collapsing, and they have no ballistic protection other than a faux stone outer wall which is probably just 2" thick (and easily breached with a 7.62 x 61mm round).

All in all, this just looks like cheap-ass retail construction to me:

See my video:

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