The Stealth Coup D'Etat in the U.S. (called "The Quiet Coup" by Simon Johnson) was begun long ago, but the takeover reached fruition in the 2008-2010 timeframe.
War profiteers are pocketing billions of dollars and winning the wars while we U.S. citizens are losing every day. Did either candidate read Dwight D. Eisenhower's 1961 "Military-Industrial Complex" speech?
Newt Gingrich came to speak courtesy of Denver’s own terrorism museum called The C.E.L.L. to promote the Global War on Terror and talk about his less-than-totally-secret plans to possibly make a run for president in 2012. M4F and WACC were there.
It's tough to pin down, but around every corner of the backscatter are military men and intelligence operatives.
CACI (NYSE: CACI) announced today that it has been awarded a prime contract to support the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's (CDC) Information Technology Infrastructure work. The 10-year, multiple-award, indefinite delivery/indefinite quan
Are Americans aware that the same neoconservatives who made these fantastic mistakes, or told these fabulous lies, are still in control of the government in Washington?
The new US Cyber Command (CYBERCOM) is reportedly ready to go fully operational this month, in coordination with NATO, to create a global cyber warfare system that will involve all major branches of the US armed forces...
US and NATO officials said they expect that the military alliance will formally participate in the Obama administration's plan for a missile defense shield over Europe, scheduled to be activated next year. "Based on today's discussion, I am quite opt
Those costs do not include the future medical costs of injured soldiers, the countless wrecked lives of US soldiers and the lives of millions of innocent civilians killed in the needless war in Iraq.
Fourteen anti-war activists may have made history today in a Las Vegas courtroom when they turned a misdemeanor trespassing trial into a possible referendum on America’s newfound taste for remote-controlled warfare.” That’s how one Las Vegas newspape
In this revolution, research has become central; it also becomes more formalized, complex, and costly. A steadily increasing share is conducted for, by, or at the direction of, the Federal government. Today, the solitary inventor, tinkering in hi
A tiny amount (a milligram) of this radioactive poison quick marches up your smelling nerves right into your brain and keeps firing 1.2 Million bullets a day – forever. That’s a bunch.
After a U.S. soldier dies in combat -- including the more than 4,000 who have been killed in Iraq and Afghanistan -- the Department of Veterans Affairs sends Prudential the full amount of each family’s life insurance coverage, usually $400,000.
The “population registration division” of Afghanistan’s Ministry of Interior is “embarking on a program to develop, print and distribute biometrically enabled national ID cards,” e-mails Col. Craig Osbourne, the director of NATO’s Task Force Biometri
According to it’s creator William J Tyler at ASU, will be able to non-invasively produce all the same effects that are now possible only through deep surgical implants. Employing a form of targeted ultrasound technology, the “Helmet of Obedience”...
For everyone who supported Obama in 2008, it's reassuring to find out he understands we have to get out of Afghanistan. But for everyone who's worried about Obama in 2010, it's scary to find out that what he thinks should be done may not actually mat
The "disgraced" former general has recently been hired by Yale University. He has also signed on with a Washington-based agency to set up speaking engagements. The fee per appearance: up to $60,000, plus travel and lodging for three. (CNN, Aug. 17)
Slowly, but surely, the Obama administration is keeping one of the President’s more ominous campaign promises – that he would invade Pakistan, if necessary, to "win" the war in Afghanistan. Even John McCain found this a scary prospect...
The radiation of whatever agent that was used by the "liberating forces", not only causes massive genetic deformities but also and this is very important: - it causes structural changes at the cellular level.
Without calling out any one particular university, Gates said he was disappointed in institutions that "used to send hundreds of graduates into the armed forces, but now struggle to commission a handful of officers every year."
"We're not leaving Afghanistan prematurely," Gates finally said. "In fact, we're not ever leaving at all."
So, Spring 2008, NATO fired the auxiliary cops and scrapped the tribal strategy, leaving gaping holes in Afghanistan's defenses. The fix? Marines, of course, armed with fingerprint pads, iris scanners and electronic databases.
These photos will give you and idea of how the US military is using Afghanistan as a proving ground for the future use of this system in America. The military would not invest over 2 and a half years in this system for use in only two battlefields...
The HIIDE is a portable biometric tool that can capture peoples’ iris, finger, and facial profiles in field environments, with 65,000 currently in use in Iraq and Afghanistan.
We've been told that 9/11 changed everything. Is it true? Let's look:
As the Global War on Terrorism (GWOT) drives an ever-increasing demand for effective identification technology, biometric systems are being used to deliver these capabilities to the battlefield. (An "Army Of One" for Satan)
Until that time, the state recognizes as enemy, and as potential terrorist, any person, any idea, and any emotion that challenges its legitimacy. The state has no ability to be benevolent, because it deals with minimizing risk.
“Yemen is the most dangerous place,” said Representative Jane Harman. “We’re much more likely to be attacked in the U.S. by someone inspired by, or trained by, people in Yemen than anything that comes out of Afghanistan.”
But how much long will the general watch his growing grass get mowed down? It could be quite some time, as Petraeus agreed that “success over the insurgency” could be another 9-10 years away.
A researcher at Arizona State is developing transcranial pulsed ultrasound technology that could be implanted in troops’ battle helmets, allowing soldiers to manipulate brain functions to boost alertness, relieve stress, or even reduce the effects...