- A truck full of military United Nations vehicles was spotted in Virginia.
- A Facebook user Jeff Stern took the photos while he was driving on Interstate 81 in Virginia.
- The United Nations has no authority in The United States so the site of the vehicles is questionable.
- At the moment the United Nations has not commented at the purpose of the vehicles.
On Friday, Facebook user Jeff Stern posted pictures that quickly raised concerning questions. Apparently, as Jeff was driving down Interstate 81 in Virginia, he passed a truck carrying several heavy-duty United Nations military vehicles.
The thing that makes this so concerning is that the United Nations is an international organization that has no authority inside the United States. The organization was founded in 1945 and is made up of 193 Member States. So the question must be asked, why does the United Nations have armored military vehicles inside the United States?
One person commented on Jeff’s photos saying, “These are manufactured in Danville. That’s why you saw them in VA. They were being delivered.”
However, that raises more questions. Why is America manufacturing United Nations military vehicles?
Apparently, that response wasn’t enough for other commenters on Facebook either.
At the moment, the United Nations has not commented on the purpose of the vehicles.