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Operation Jade Helm and the Rise of Tyranny in America.

April 27h, 2015.

What is Operation Jade Helm 15?

The short version from the US military is this.

“JH is a challenging eight-week joint military and interagency (IA) Unconventional Warfare (UW) exercise conducted throughout Texas, New Mexico, Arizona, California, Nevada, Utah and Colorado. 3,004 more words


Defence Industry Gets "Fail Grade" for Anti-Corruption

Stella Dawson reports for Reuters:

‘Two thirds of the world’s major defence companies get a “fail grade” for combating corruption in their business operations, despite improvements in industry practices in the past three years, an anti-corruption group said on Monday. 111 more words


Question Jade Helm 2015: There is Nothing Normal in America Right Now

If you Google Jade Helm on Youtube–and really, everyone should, just to figure out what on earth is going on–you will see videos running the gamut of speculation on what Jade Helm is, what it purports to do, and what it may very well be hoping to usher in or condition Americans to accept: martial law, an increased military presence in our streets and cities, a rounding up of “dissenters” or political dissidents, a treating of our cities and inner spaces as potential hostile territory and enemy terrain, a demonstration to us that America is the battlefield, indeed, that the battlefield is everywhere. 1,132 more words


From Iraq to Libya and Syria: The wars that come back to haunt us

Patrick Cockburn writes for The Independent:

‘Few recall that David Cameron led Britain into one war in Libya that overthrew Gaddafi, but was disastrous for most Libyans. 421 more words


Europe's security challenges should mean more defense spending, says Pentagon chief

David Alexander reports for Reuters:

‘Europe should be spending more on its military given the security challenges facing the region, U.S. Defense Secretary Ash Carter said on Wednesday, adding that falling investment had eroded Europe’s ability to be a capable U.S. 109 more words


The world of threats to the US is an illusion

Stephen Kinzer writes for The Boston Globe:

‘When Americans look out at the world, we see a swarm of threats. China seems resurgent and ambitious. Russia is aggressive. 208 more words