Saturday, January 22, 2011

What Posse Comitatus?


Lockheed Gets Big Bucks to Prep Soldiers for Urban War

"By the end of the year, the U.S. Army will leave Iraq. But Iraq isn’t going to leave the U.S. Army.

American soldiers spent seven years patrolling the urban neighborhoods of Iraq; its troops battled insurgents there block-by-block and house-by-house. Now that the Army is getting out of Iraq, it wants to make sure its urban combat skills don’t wither away. So it today it gave Lockheed Martin a contract worth up to $287 million to build Urban Operations Training Systems — essentially, giant simulation facilities and modules to help soldiers get ready for life in the big, bad city.

Versions of those training systems can be as simple as shipping containers tricked out to resemble multi-story houses and arranged in village formations, so soldiers can practice how to seize a building without causing needless damage. The Army’s got an entire 1000-acre facility in Indiana it uses to train soldiers in urban combat.

The contract will include structures like those, which are known as Mobile Military Operations on Urban Terrain systems, or Mobile MOUTs. Lockheed says it’ll help soldiers drill on everything “from traditional war fighting tactics, to nation-building, to overseas contingency operations.” Overseas contingency operations is the new bureaucratic and budgetary term for what we used to call “wars.”

A statement from the company heralding the deal said that the new training systems were likely to include measures to simulate homemade bombs, an indicator that the Army doesn’t think the threat from the signature weapon of the Iraq and Afghanistan wars is likely to diminish. That in turn has implications for other stuff the Army wants to buy — especially the new Ground Combat Vehicle, the service’s next-generation transporter. The Army and the Marine Corps have faced criticism for buying so many armored Humvees and Mine-Resistant Ambush Protected vehicles, on the assumption that they’ll rot in the motor pool if troops don’t have to roll through terrain laced with homemade bombs in the future. That may not be a chance the Army wants to take.

Training isn’t destiny, and just because the Army wants to keep urban combat in its toolkit doesn’t mean it’s looking to go stomping through any foreign capitals. One of the Army’s biggest internal criticisms after finding itself mired unexpectedly in Iraq was that its post-Vietnam officers deliberately unlearned how to fight insurgents. Look for the exact opposite to happen here."


Does Joe Lieberman’s Resignation Signal Imminent Collapse?


"Joe Lieberman is announcing his retirement today which would seem like a victory for the liberty movement. Throughout his career the Senator from Connecticut has been the consummate insider. From conceding victory before Gore did in the 2000 recount, to his full conversion to NeoCon status after 9/11, to introducing a barrage on freedom-smashing legislation; he seems to be the spearhead for ushering in the control grid over the opposition to tyranny.

His non-threatening monotone voice and easy manner made him appear as a gentle servant of the people, yet nothing could be farther from the truth. He is certainly near the pinnacle of the elite control structure and his abrupt departure should be viewed as alarming.

The establishment media will point to real political challenges Lieberman faces like the fact that anti-Lieberman activists have taken over his party created in 2006 called Connecticut for Lieberman. However, his resignation may have a deeper meaning, perhaps indicating that his inside job is complete and this ship is about to capsize.

Political insiders have known for some time that the collapse of America is imminent. During a very rare closed session of Congress in March 2008, according to confirmed leaks the following are some of the warnings presented to lawmakers:

  • the imminent collapse of the U.S. economy to occur by September 2008
  • the imminent collapse of US federal government finances by February 2009
  • the possibility of Civil War inside the USA as a result of the collapse
  • advance round-ups of “insurgent U.S. citizens” likely to move against the government
  • the possibility of retaliation against members of Congress for the collapses
  • the location of “safe facilities” for members of Congress and their families to reside during expected massive civil unrest

Of course some of these events have not yet transpired, but are surely intended to. The financial collapse of 2008 did indeed occur, which presented the opportunity for the banks to accomplish a final looting of the public. Perhaps their best social minds believed such a massive robbery of the American people would actually force them off their couch in protest. Incidentally, the social engineers seemed to underestimate the level of inertia driven by the embedded slovenly consciousness created by the system itself.

Regardless, these collapse plans are underway, and Lieberman has been a primary architect of the Big Brother control grid currently under construction. As the slow collapse unfolds, the government has been openly preparing the military for civil unrest due to the ever increasing desperation levels of the population and the mathematically-impossible-to-pay-off debt. Lieberman has helped to create and promote the most draconian aspects for containing “insurgent U.S. citizens.”


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1 Comments:

Blogger Kold_Kadavr_flatliner said...

God bless you profusely and all who stand for what the Revolutionary War was fought for. The funny thing is, now I’m on BIG, BAD Janet’s list of bloody terrorists even though I’m a head-injured-wetard for speak’n the TRUTH. Most of U.S. are controlled, conformed, condemned to walking ‘the Wall’ to our demise. Think summore past the vastly impotent, world government and focus on the eternal; don’t do the suicidal, whorizontal reality; and please don’t get played like a HAARP. Gotta lookit our blogs, dude, for that’s the only Way outta the zooillogical quandary (first? I’d lookit ‘peace-de-resistance’)

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