Conspiracy theorists mistake Kia storage site for U.N. takeover of Florida Autoblog
Alex Jones fans and Paultards up to their usual flights of paranoia….
There are an endless amount of interesting tidbits to be found when browsing satellite images in Google maps and Google Earth. Unfortunately, we have to keep in mind that the images are not in real-time, or even close too it. Most are 2–3 years old or more. That means whatever you see today is likely long gone by the time you’re looking at it.
Such is the case for the imagery of a sad little industrial park in Green Cove Springs, Florida, just south of Jacksonville. The Reynolds Industrial Park was once an airport where the U.S. stored mothballed aircraft. Recently, some people with overactive imaginations when it comes to the topic of the United Nations stumbled across this image and came to the erroneous conclusion that the thousands of white vehicles parked on the airport’s abandoned runways were UN trucks, possibly being readied for an invasion of Disney World (our guess, not theirs).