By: Arlen Williams
“After my election, I have more flexibility.”
– Barack Obama to Russian President Dmitri Medvedev
If the war on terror is over, as it was described yesterday, what is this for?
Didn’t John Brennan of Obama’s DHS just say, as the Washington Times reported, “The President does not describe this as a “war on terrorism,”” said John Brennan, head of the White House homeland security office, who outlined a ‘new way of seeing’ the fight against terrorism?” He did, didn’t he?
Then who are U.S. and Russian military personnel training to combat – and is bringing foreign troops into the United States a part of that “new way of seeing the fight against terrorism?”
To answer that question, here is another. Whom is it, the DHS has repeatedly indicated are to be regarded as suspected terrorists and ostensibly fit for the big NDAA loophole? They include the following:
- returning war veterans
- those who may be considered anti-government, including those who sport the Gadsden “Don’t tread on me” Flag?
- those who are a part of our time-honored militia movement, dating back to before the American Revolution
And what do those in Congress say about this?
What do Republican candidates for the Presidency think of it?
Paul Joseph Watson
Thursday, April 26, 2012
Joint U.S.-Russian anti-terror exercise stokes fears of martial law
Russian airborne troops are set to train how to target terrorists in America as part of a joint anti-terror drill with the United States which will take place in Fort Carson, Colorado at the end of next month.
“Airborne troops from Russia and the United States would hold joint anti-terror drills in the U.S. state of Colorado between May 24 and 31,” reports the Xinhua news agency, citing Russian Defense Ministry Col. Alexander Kucherenko. The story was also reported by Russian news outlet RIA Novosti.
The exercises, which will mark the first time the respective country’s two airborne forces have held joint drills on U.S. territory, will revolve around the the “reconnaissance of imaginary terrorists’ camp and a raid,” and will also involve evacuations of the troops by helicopter.
The Russian soldiers will also be given access to U.S. special service weapons at Fort Carson.
However, the Russian troops won’t just be confined to a U.S. military base – on May 27 they’ll be out in the local community attending a baseball game in Colorado Springs.
“This announcement comes at a time when Russia actually has troops working in cooperation with China,” points out Business Insider’s Eloise Lee, making reference to one of the largest ever Russian-Sino naval drills currently underway in the Yellow Sea.
Alex Jones has documented foreign troops being trained on U.S. soil to deal with “insurgents” since the late 1990?s as part of “urban warfare drills”.
Back in July 2010, our reporters covered the Operation Vigilant Guard exercises in Chicago which involved Polish troops training alongside U.S. National Guard troops in drills focused around raiding terrorists and drug dealers.
Get it? “Ray’s Hellburger?” Get it? Get it huh (elbow, elbow)? Get it, “Ray’s Hellburger?” Well, do ya get it?
“In politics nothing happens ‘by chance.’ If something happens,
then you can bet that it was planned that way.”
– Franklin D. Roosevelt