Posts Tagged ‘military’

 

Carl Herman, Contributing Writer

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Valkyrie opens with the Nazi soldier’s loyalty oath; identical in effect to the 2003-altered US Army Soldier’s Creed: “I will always place the mission first” (as dictated by the leader/fuehrer). The historical hero, Colonel Claus von Stauffenberg, writes in his diary that Germany has been lied to by their political leadership, that their creed for peace was a lie to cover offensive wars, that their honorable military engaged in torture and unlawful execution of civilians, and that he could not find the military leadership to confront and end these crimes.

Valkryrie is not intended as an historical film, but a modern communication to its English-speaking audience in encouragement for their lawful action to end the US and British Wars of Aggression in the Middle East.

In historical perspective, we know Colonel von Stauffenberg was correct, and wish that more military officers had joined to end their fascist war of empire.

The first four minutes of the film’s opening

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Madison Ruppert, Contributing Writer
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Recently, I published an article covering the January 22-26 multi-agency exercises being conducted in the Los Angeles area.

As I outlined in the article, this is in fact part of a broader trend of joint military-police drills (which often include other agencies, hence the “multi-agency” label) that have been occurring across the United States.

It seems hard to ignore the fact that the armed forces of the United States are training for urban warfare, not urban warfare in the Middle East, but instead here in our own nation.

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Via: Wired:

About 80,000 Army soldiers and 20,000 Marines are getting downsized. Half of the Army’s conventional combat presence in Europe is packing up and ending its post-Cold War staycation. Replacing them, according to the $613 billion budget previewed by the Pentagon on Thursday: unconventional special-operations forces; new bombers; new spy tools; new missiles for subs; and a veritable Cylon army of drones.

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Five black helicopters conduct special ops in LA

Steve Watson
Infowars.com
January 26, 2012

Video was captured last night of five military helicopters buzzing over downtown LA, conducting what the LAPD has described as a special ops urban warfare drill.

The footage, captured by CBS Los Angeles, shows a huge Black Hawk helicopter hovering over the US bank building along with four other OH-6 choppers, known as “Little Birds”.

CBS reporters noted seeing the Black Hawk conduct a drop off in a nearby park before taking to the sky above LA again.

The helicopters, staged at Dodger Stadium throughout the exercise, were later spotted flying low over the Staples Center as the LA Lakers played inside.

Watch the footage below:

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LA Military Exercises

Posted: January 24, 2012 in NEWS, POLICE STATE
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David Perez
KFI News
January 24, 2012

Joint military training exercises will be held evenings in downtown Los Angeles through Thursday, according to the Los Angeles Police Department.

The LAPD will be providing support for the exercises, which will also be held in other portions of the greater Los Angeles area, police said.

Training sites “have been carefully selected to ensure the event does not negatively impact the citizens of Los Angeles and their daily routine,” a department official said.

The training, which a department official said would involve helicopters, has been coordinated with local authorities and owners of the training sites, police said.

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Amir Alwani, Contributing Writer
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Yesterday morning (January 20th, 2012), around 4 a.m. I stumbled upon 20-30 tanks on train cars here in Halifax, Canada (click here to see Google map). Unfortunately, I didn’t have my camera with me at the time and when I came back to film no more than 15 hours later, the tanks had apparently already been transported away. A couple months ago my girlfriend’s co-worker had told her that she also witnessed a similar scene.

Here is a video of the location where I saw the tanks, as well as some of my commentary:

January 21st, 2012
Definitely the most tanks you’ll see on a train today.