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Will U.S. Army Be Used to Crush Public Resistance?

The Alternative Futures Symposium in Chantilly, Va. was all part of the U.S. Army’s Unified Quest 2012 exercise, the latest in a series of annual war games that in recent years has focused on America’s response to a global financial meltdown in which average citizens took to the streets en masse.

In November 2010, CNBC’s Eamon Javers had this to say about last year’s exercise: “Ever since the crash of 2008, the defense-intelligence establishment has been paying a lot of attention to global markets and how they can serve as a threat to U.S. national security interests.”

Javers went on to report: “The Army is having a very interesting yearlong exercise called Unified Quest 2011.

In that war-gaming series, the Army is looking at the implications of a large-scale economic breakdown in the U.S. that would force the Army to keep domestic order amid civil unrest and deal with global fragmented power and drastically lower budgets.”

According to Javers, 30 military officials from the Marine Corps War College were concerned enough to visit the trading floor of JP Morgan in October 2010 to study volatile markets and the economy.


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Comment by Anonymous
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When I said they, I mean an American, our militarists.  Yamamoto had a special mission.  He supposedly failed that mission and they killed him.  He was supposedly in bed with the American Militarist of course.   Is it ever about what we are told?  Has it ever been?

Comment by Ken Valentine
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 "THEY" murdered him? Who is "they?" If you mean the American pilot of a P-38 who shot out the engine of plane Admiral Yamamoto was in, causing it to crash on the island of Bougainville, then you are correct.

If you're thinking that he was done in by the Japanese militarists, then you couldn't be more wrong.

Comment by Anonymous
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Yamamoto put his faith in hopefully a greater Good called "God" and refused to do something that he knew was wrong, in the interests of his fellow man, so they murdered him.  And I wonder what age he was when he got roped into a catch-22 murder plot?  Like so many of us?

Comment by Ed Vallejo
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They better concentrate on Hawaii - as Admiral Yamamoto said "...because there is a gun behind every blade of grass" in CONUS.

And that was 70 years ago.  We've upgraded since then.


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