Military Industrial Complex
“In the councils of government, we must guard against the acquisition of unwarranted influence, whether sought or unsought, by the military-industrial complex. The potential for the disastrous rise of misplaced power exists, and will persist.”
-President Dwight D. Eisenhower
Since Eisenhower’s presidency EVERY president has continued to strengthen the M.I.C. and indeed it appears they are fast becoming the government… America has gone from being a laissez-faire mentality, of leaving countries to rule by their own accord as most Americans of the time wanted to be isolationist with respect to foreign policy. Then after WWII America found themselves the superpower of the world and completely changed policy taking the lead role of being the police force of the world, leading and following the United Nations into “peace keeping missions” where we bomb, shoot and contaminate the environment with deadly depleted uranium (DU persists in the environment for over 4 billion years and has already caused deformities to skyrocket in these war zones)…. it’s a hell of a way to bring about “peace”!
The latest president, Obama, has ordered the military to fight based on orders from the UN, and he told congress he didn’t need to ask them or get their permission (as required by the Constitution, only the congress can go to war).
We are seeing our economy becoming more and more dependent on the M.I.C. and there is a fusion of the military and police as troops are shockingly being primed to rule over U.S. cities (also against the law), the complete surveillance and tracking systems used in places like Iraq and Afghanistan where face scans, iris scans, thumbprints,…. are being beta tested to also be brought to the USA for the American people.
Welcome to a hell worse than Orwell could have imagined…
This page is here to inform. I have family in the military and have people close to me and loved ones that have worked in the industries surrounding the military, I love the troops that are good Americans and many are very decent people. This page will speak harshly about the military but do not mistake this criticism to hating or disliking the troops. To often are people prevented from saying anything critical of the military for fear of being branded as unpatriotic when the opposite is true, we have the utmost respect for those who fought for freedom and liberty and when an injustice or overstepping of boundaries is witnessed then resistance and pointing out the injustice is the most patriotic thing that can be done! That is what this page is about, support the troops; fight to bring them home.
Now, before we get into the gritty details let me quote the globalist bastard Kissinger as he speaks about the troops so that you know just how the elitist policy makers think of the men who make their violent world plans a reality:
“Military men are dumb, stupid animals to be used as pawns for foreign policy.”
-Henry Kissinger (Globalist bastard, who has influenced troop deployment and movement giving his true thoughts about the military men and women who make his plans a success)
A note to any military or service members that may be reading this page: Would we be in the trouble we are in, as a country, if the military men and women who took that oath to uphold the tenants of the constitution actually did this? (and for that matter any others who take that oath to uphold and protect the constitution; the President, congressmen, and police…) If you realize that this oath is important and if EVERYONE kept their word and oath and refused to carry out illegal or unjust orders then far fewer wars would be fought, fewer comrades in the service would loose their lives, far less civilians would needlessly perish and far more families would be complete and the combat hardened Fathers, Brothers, Sisters, Mothers, Sons, and Grandpas would be there in far better mental capacity…then please look into the Oath Keepers organization and spread the word to anybody you know who has taken the oath. It’s simple, protect the constitution from enemies foreign and domestic, and do not follow illegal orders, this is the way it is suppose to be and it can be once again…
Even though you leave the service the duty to your country remains!
“Fascism should more properly be called corporatism because it is the merger of state and corporate power.”
– Benito Mussolini
My friends, contrary to what they want you to believe the military is not here primarily for the protection of the people (at least not in the traditional or rational sense), no they are here mainly to protect the corporations disguised as here to protect the people and constitution…this sad state of affairs is not accidental if you have read much of this website you will see a pattern emerging, they tell the masses one thing while cloaking the real agenda behind lies, all to work towards the goals of the elite globalists (the globalists that own corporations, whether that be oil tycoons or royalty hiding behind a banking cartel). Some soldiers, and others that are involved, know the real power they serve but I suspect that most do not, but in the end it makes little difference. The supreme court has recently declared corporations can be seen as people giving them rights, specifically affecting the amount of money given to the politicians will be much more driven by corporate donations. Not only are corporations and the government becoming closer and closer but the most powerful of them, oil and banking, also control the might of the military arm of the greatest military power in the world, the US military. And as you will see war is big business, the resource rich countries of Africa and the Middle East often have primitive weaponry compared to the technological weapons of the modern military’s, they have been falsely blamed and invaded for example Afghanistan (a mineral and rare earth metal and poppy rich nation framed for 9/11), Iraq (a oil rich nation, first blamed for 9/11, then weapons of mass destruction, see that the policy was set around invasion by reading into the downing street memos for proof WMDs were a lie), and now Libya (the most oil rich nation in Africa who has built a great water transportation and purification plant, falsely blamed for killing civilians and the US going to fight for the UN while telling congress he doesn’t need their approval as the constitution states and lying again to the American people about the scope, length and duration of this WAR and Obama saying it isn’t a war just a prolonged ‘kinetic military action’). Once these countries are invaded they are subsequently taken over, a US backed regime is put in (often a dictatorial tyrannical government and rarely a truly democratic or republic based government), then we build MASSIVE military bases and give insider business deals to their buddies like Haliburton for one example… The poor people of these countries rarely find themselves in a better situation, at least not for several decades, in some cases they are westernized and by our standards they do ok (like Korea and Japan for example), but this assumes our standards are correct, but I digress… In the far majority of these countries they are unspeakable horrors once the US invades, over one million dead Iraqis, so far. In many of these countries their cities are left bombed, their children killed for defending their homeland, their environment ravaged with depleted uranium contaminating some of the oldest pillars of human history such as Iraq, poisoned for BILLIONS of years, deformed children being born in record numbers countless pain and terror.
All.BASED.ON.LIES.GREED.AND.WEALTH!!! Are you fed up yet?!?
THIS DID NOT HAVE TO HAPPEN. IT DID NOT HAVE TO BE LIKE THIS.
Photo: Depleted uranium caused deformity… we have bombed with DU many countries and this nasty substance persists in the environment for BILLIONS of years.
God have mercy on them, and us…
As you will see our economy is heavily dependent on the war machine, half of our taxes go to this cause. It is very dangerous to rely on a business of death, let’s not kid ourselves that is what this is! We make the weapons that kill humans all across the world, we arm both sides of the conflict, we sell weapons to nations and then demonize them when they use said weapons. But having a system like this means that OUR ECONOMY NEEDS WAR TO FLOURISH! For half a decade the military industrial complex has seeped into all facets of society, we have Hollywood pushes a romantic version of what war is, we have a built in notion that war is patriotic, politics is saturated with a culture of war, a revolving door exists between the war businesses politicians and high ranking military officials, and especially the media. There has been an effort over decades and longer to give the boys a warrior mentality with stylized versions of war with TV and movies and the girls a princess view where the rough male figure saves them, and these control mechanisms start from a very early age and encompass many aspects of life… the boy wants a gun or light saber, or maybe GI Joes for Christmas to fight and the girls are designed around the viewpoint that they rely on men and the world is revolving around them…these both fit the role the MIC desire. The media pushes consistent propaganda for the military without a doubt and it is admitted that the CIA owns anybody significant in the media, and more recently G.W. Bush paid and ordered the media to run stories the State and Defense Departments had written…I could go on but I know you see it the military industrial complex has this country by the balls. To those who try to stop these psychos are silenced, one example is JFK, evidence has shown that he was killed by this portion of the shadow government in conjunction with the CIA because he vowed to destroy them and pull out of Vietnam he also was about to destroy the FED…so he actually turned away from the military complex (they owned him at one point early on) and he paid the ultimate price for the Americans, JFK was our last real president for the people…………
When a war machine infiltrates a society the outcome is grim, what morals remain are diminished as is evidenced by the countries compromise morals, I will make this point with one issue although I KNOW you can see it in many other parts of society. In WWII (when we had a strong set of morals) America and the world took a stance at the Geneva convention that the excuse of ‘we were just following orders’ is not a valid defense and if there are crimes against humanity justice shall be swift and fitting. We executed men who tortured and men who didn’t torture but authorized it. It was a great time for humanity and for justice, and it set a precedent for all to follow. Over the years we have lost the lessons learned and have degraded to a nation that openly tortures! The leader at the time G.W. Bush has said he authorized water boarding and would do it again, unapologetic and arrogant, what a heartless bastard! We executed Japanese who water boarded our soldiers, we hung them… anybody ever wish Bush would meet the justice we served those Japanese?!?
The 19th century was ravaged by war. World war one was said to be the war to end all wars, only to be followed by the greatest war ever seen in world war two. Historians blame WWI for causing WWII, because Germany’s economy was destroyed as they were given the task of paying astronomical amounts of money for the war, money that they could not pay back causing the country to be cast into extreme poverty. Out of this dire situation most Germans found themselves arose a charismatic leader that unified the German people and ultimately lead them to invade other European countries, by arranging false flag attacks as to not seem like the aggressor (see the Reichstag fire here) which lead to WWII. Now before WWII America was considered an isolationist country and many Americans did not want to get involved in foreign wars, and even the majority of Americans did not want America to enter WWII and it was not until Pearl Harbor that the US public got behind an American intervention, and there is substantial evidence that can be found on this page that Pearl Harbor was allowed to happen so that America could enter the war. Ironically the rise of the American military machine that president Eisenhower warned about when he left office as a direct result of WWII! You see WWII gave birth to the thermonuclear age and left Europe ravaged shifting the world powers to America and lead to the cold war between Russia and the US as arsenals of fusion and fission weapons were stockpiled. After WWII the United Nations was formed, which was actually an organization built to replace the League of Nations… the formation of such a group was an objective after WWI but failed to have the power granted to it that the globalists wanted and it took the greater second world war to get that power grant which the United Nations has. So the destruction of Hitler and the Nazis in WWII has given rise to a military machine that is unmatched in history.
Early in Americas history it was known that the military should not be a police force at home, and this was actually part of the reason for the revolutionary war where the people were forced to house the British military and revolted against the unnecessary searches by the military and the taxation enforced in part by the military. Posse Commentates was an Act that came into being after reconstruction where federal forces/soldiers were prohibited from paroling the southern states and led to their withdraw. The Act prohibits the military form being police or working with police in the US, but that has been eroded heavily, especially in the last couple of decades. The military has creeped into the lives of Americans, in disasters such as Hurricane Katrina where they actually went door to door in conjunction with the police and went ILLEGALLY door to door to take guns away from the public! There were then several murders of the now disarmed public by crooks and robbers, and in fact several police were found guilty of killing unarmed New Orleans people! Before this the military was involved in several domestic disturbances such as riots, the Texas sniper at Texas university, and Waco. Waco was a tragedy where the military massacred members of the Branch Davidian church, and you will see that this was a fire sacrifice on a very specific date (see the occult section for more on this). It is growing more and more apparent as you look around and see the news (although the reporting of this is highly suppressed by mainstream outlets) that the military is involved in traffic stops and searches and have been training for massive gun confiscation drills (I wonder why…). These drills are quite shocking to see and learn about, there are foreign troops being trained to disarm the American people and also involve practicing putting people into camps, and mock executions, during these drills they will have the people pretending to be the public say things like, “don’t shoot I’m an American!”, “We need food”, “Don’t take me to the camp!” More and more you can see the police looking like the military, they use similar weapons and there is a crossover of equipment such as vehicles and helicopters. The advanced weaponry and tracing technology makes its way from war of Iraq to a neighborhood near you, see the below videos showing the military scan cars with huge x-ray devices, and biometric tracking and less lethal weaponry being used:
At events such as the G-20 and certain political conventions there have been clashes between the public and the police/military. There are increasing preparations and money being allocated for martial law, where the military will be used to clamp down on the people. From Rex-84 to the Continuity of Government there have been preparations for a shadow or appointed not elected government to carry on in civil unrest. There is evidence that stunning preparations have been made and made even more secret and cannot even be viewed by members of congress! They know something is abrewn’… maybe it has to do with what is in the military handbooks where they teach how to do false flag terrorism, or the Project for a New American Century where it is called for the US to be the police of the world brought about by a threat like a new pearl harbor, or maybe it has to do with the RAND corp lobbying for the US to get involved in a huge war to save the economy………
I’m not sure most Americans realize the extent of the military might their country has, so I’m going to give some facts now. While I present these facts keep in mind that the United States contains about 5% of the worlds population.
The United States spends as much on military as the rest of the world does  which amounts to about 3/4 of a trillion dollars annually , and this does not include so called ‘black spending’, which are illegally acquired funds to finance black operations, or black ops, (see Iran Contras here for an example). Black ops are unofficial operations carried out by the united state military or it’s subsidiaries, or mercenaries, these operations are increasing in number and can not be funded by the congress allocating funds because they ‘do not exist’ officially at least. This figure also does not include expenditures that are official but outside of the defense department and the figure is actually closer to one trillion estimated (excluding black op funding) .
War is now a part of America. You are led to believe that there have only been a few wars since WWII, but in reality there have been operations around the globe and half of the time has been spent in an official war (406/811 months since WWII) . However we have been involved in wars that are not official and if these are factored in you will see that we have been at war nearly constantly since WWII, see the following list of Americas military action since WWII :
- 1944–46 – Temporary reoccupation of the Philippines during WWII and in preparation for previously scheduled independence.
- 1945–47 – US Marines garrisoned in mainland China to oversee the removal of Soviet and Japanese forces after World War II.
- 1945–49 – Post WWII occupation of South Korea; North Korean insurgency in Republic of Korea
- 1946 – Trieste (Italy). President Truman ordered the increase of US troops along the zonal occupation line and the reinforcement of air forces in northern Italy after Yugoslav forces shot down an unarmed US Army transport plane flying over Venezia Giulia.. Earlier US naval units had been sent to the scene.[RL30172] Later the Free Territory of Trieste, Zone A.
- 1947 – Greece. US Marines land in Athens and assist in the re-establishment of monarchy and the arrest of Greek Communists.
- 1948 – Palestine. A marine consular guard was sent to Jerusalem to protect the US Consul General.[RL30172]
- 1948 – Berlin. Berlin Airlift After the Soviet Union established a land blockade of the US, British, and French sectors of Berlin on June 24, 1948, the United States and its allies airlifted supplies to Berlin until after the blockade was lifted in May 1949.[RL30172]
- 1948–49 – China. Marines were dispatched to Nanking to protect the American Embassy when the city fell to Communist troops, and to Shanghai to aid in the protection and evacuation of Americans.[RL30172]
- 1950–53 – Korean War. The United States responded to North Korean invasion of South Korea by going to its assistance, pursuant to United Nations Security Council resolutions. US forces deployed in Korea exceeded 300,000 during the last year of the conflict. Over 36,600 US military were killed in action.[RL30172]
- 1953–Iran – CIA overthrows the democratically elected Mohammed Mossadegh in a military coup, after he threatened to nationalize British oil. Mohammad Reza Pahlavi, son of former Iranian ruler Rezā Shāh accedes to the throne.
- 1950–55 – Formosa (Taiwan). In June 1950 at the beginning of the Korean War, President Truman ordered the US Seventh Fleet to prevent Chinese Communist attacks upon Formosa and Chinese Nationalist operations against mainland China.[RL30172]
- 1954–Guatemala — CIA-sponsered 1954 Guatemalan coup d’état topples President Jacobo Árbenz Guzmán, who was replaced after eleven days of military rule by Colonel Carlos Castillo Armas.
- 1954–55 – China. Naval units evacuated US civilians and military personnel from the Tachen Islands.[RL30172]
- 1955–64 – Vietnam. First military advisors sent to Vietnam on 12 Feb 1955. By 1964, US troop levels had grown to 21,000. On 7 August 1964, US Congress approved Gulf of Tonkin resolution affirming “All necessary measures to repel any armed attack against the forces of the United States. . .to prevent further aggression. . . (and) assist any member or protocol state of the Southeast Asian Collective Defense Treaty (SEATO) requesting assistance. . .”[Vietnam timeline]
- 1956 – Egypt. A marine battalion evacuated US nationals and other persons from Alexandria during the Suez crisis.[RL30172]
- 1957-73 – Laos — The CIA carries out approximately one coup per year trying to nullify Laos’ democratic elections. The problem is the Pathet Lao, a leftist group with enough popular support to be a member of any coalition government. In the late 50s, the CIA even creates an “Armee Clandestine” of Asian mercenaries to attack the Pathet Lao. After the CIA’s army suffers numerous defeats, the U.S. starts bombing, dropping more bombs on Laos than all the U.S. bombs dropped in World War II. A quarter of all Laotians will eventually become refugees, many living in caves.
- 1958 – Lebanon. Lebanon crisis of 1958 Marines were landed in Lebanon at the invitation of President Camille Chamoun to help protect against threatened insurrection supported from the outside. The President’s action was supported by a Congressional resolution passed in 1957 that authorized such actions in that area of the world.[RL30172]
- 1959 – Haiti — The U.S. military helps “Papa Doc” Duvalier become dictator of Haiti. He creates his own private police force, the “Tonton Macoutes,” who terrorize the population with machetes. They will kill over 100,000 during the Duvalier family reign.
- 1959–60 – The Caribbean. Second Marine Ground Task Force was deployed to protect US nationals following the Cuban revolution.[RL30172]
- 1959–75 – Vietnam War. US military advisers had been in South Vietnam for a decade, and their numbers had been increased as the military position of the Saigon government became weaker. After citing what he termed were attacks on US destroyers in the Tonkin Gulf, President Johnson asked in August 1964 for a resolution expressing US determination to support freedom and protect peace in Southeast Asia. Congress responded with the Tonkin Gulf Resolution, expressing support for “all necessary measures” the President might take to repel armed attacks against US forces and prevent further aggression. Following this resolution, and following a Communist attack on a US installation in central Vietnam, the United States escalated its participation in the war to a peak of 543,000 military personnel by April 1969.[RL30172][not in citation given]
- 1961 – Dominican Republic — The CIA assassinates Rafael Trujillo. Trujillo’s business interests have grown so large (about 60 percent of the economy) that they have begun competing with American business interests.
- 1961 – Ecuador — The CIA-backed military forces the democratically elected President Jose Velasco to resign. Vice President Carlos Arosemana replaces him; the CIA fills the now vacant vice presidency with its own man.
- 1961 – Congo (Zaire) — The CIA conspires to assassinate the democratically elected Patrice Lumumba.  However, public support for Lumumba’s politics runs so high that the CIA cannot clearly install his opponents in power. Four years of political turmoil follow.
- 1962 – Thailand. The Third Marine Expeditionary Unit landed on May 17, 1962 to support that country during the threat of Communist pressure from outside; by July 30, the 5,000 marines had been withdrawn.[RL30172]
- 1962 – Cuba. Cuban Missile Crisis On October 22, President Kennedy instituted a “quarantine” on the shipment of offensive missiles to Cuba from the Soviet Union. He also warned Soviet Union that the launching of any missile from Cuba against nations in the Western Hemisphere would bring about US nuclear retaliation on the Soviet Union. A negotiated settlement was achieved in a few days.[RL30172]
- 1962–75 – Laos. From October 1962 until 1975, the United States played an important role in military support of anti-Communist forces in Laos.[RL30172]
- 1963 – Dominican Republic — The CIA overthrows the democratically elected Juan Bosch in a military coup.
- 1963 – Ecuador — A CIA-backed military coup overthrows President Arosemana, whose independent (not socialist) policies have become unacceptable to Washington. A military junta assumes command.
- 1964 – Congo (Zaire). The United States sent four transport planes to provide airlift for Congolese troops during a rebellion and to transport Belgian paratroopers to rescue foreigners.[RL30172]
- 1964 – Brazil — A CIA-backed military coup overthrows the democratically elected government of Joao Goulart. The junta that replaces it will, in the next two decades, become one of the most bloodthirsty in history. General Castelo Branco will create Latin America’s first death squads, or bands of secret police who hunt down “communists” for torture, interrogation and murder. Often these “communists” are no more than Branco’s political opponents.
- 1965 – Invasion of Dominican Republic. Operation Power Pack. The United States intervened to protect lives and property during a Dominican revolt and sent 20,000 US troops as fears grew that the revolutionary forces were coming increasingly under Communist control.[RL30172] A popular rebellion breaks out, promising to reinstall Juan Bosch as the country’s elected leader. The revolution is crushed when U.S. Marines land to uphold the military regime by force. The CIA directs everything behind the scenes.
- 1965 – Indonesia — The CIA overthrows the democratically elected Sukarno with a military coup. The CIA has been trying to eliminate Sukarno since 1957, using everything from attempted assassination to sexual intrigue. His successor, General Suharto, will massacre between 500,000 to 1 million civilians accused of being “communist.” The CIA supplies the names of countless suspects.
- 1965 – Greece — With the CIA’s backing, the king removes George Papandreous as prime minister. Papandreous has failed to vigorously support U.S. interests in Greece.
- 1965 – Congo (Zaire) — A CIA-backed military coup installs Mobutu Sese Seko as dictator.
- 1967 – Israel. The USS Liberty incident, whereupon a United States Navy Technical Research Ship was attacked June 8, 1967 by Israeli armed forces, killing 34 and wounding more than 170 U.S. crew members.
- 1967 – Congo (Zaire). The United States sent three military transport aircraft with crews to provide the Congo central government with logistical support during a revolt.[RL30172]
- 1967 – Greece — A CIA-backed military coup overthrows the government two days before the elections. The favorite to win was George Papandreous, the liberal candidate. During the next six years, the “reign of the colonels” — backed by the CIA — will usher in the widespread use of torture and murder against political opponents. When a Greek ambassador objects to President Johnson about U.S. plans for Cypress, Johnson tells him: “Fuck your parliament and your constitution.”
- 1967 – Operation PHEONIX — The CIA helps South Vietnamese agents identify and then murder alleged Viet Cong leaders operating in South Vietnamese villages. According to a 1971 congressional report, this operation killed about 20,000 “Viet Cong.”
- 1968 – Laos & Cambodia. U.S. starts secret bombing campaign against targets along the Ho Chi Minh trail in the sovereign nations of Cambodia and Laos. The bombings last at least two years. (See Operation Commando Hunt)
- 1969 – Uruguay — The notorious CIA torturer Dan Mitrione arrives in Uruguay, a country torn with political strife. Whereas right-wing forces previously used torture only as a last resort, Mitrione convinces them to use it as a routine, widespread practice. “The precise pain, in the precise place, in the precise amount, for the desired effect,” is his motto. He eventually becomes so feared that revolutionaries will kidnap and murder him a year later.
- 1970 – Cambodian Campaign. Cambodia — The CIA overthrows Prince Norodom Sihanouk [], who is highly popular among Cambodians for keeping them out of the Vietnam War. He is replaced by CIA puppet Lon Nol, who immediately throws Cambodian troops into battle. This unpopular move strengthens once minor opposition parties like the Khmer Rouge, which achieves power in 1975 and massacres millions of its own people. US troops were ordered into Cambodia to clean out Communist sanctuaries from which Viet Cong and North Vietnamese attacked US and South Vietnamese forces in Vietnam. The object of this attack, which lasted from April 30 to June 30, was to ensure the continuing safe withdrawal of American forces from South Vietnam and to assist the program of Vietnamization.[RL30172]
- 1971 – Bolivia — A CIA-backed military coup overthrows the leftist President Juan Torres. In the next two years, dictator Hugo Banzer will have over 2,000 political opponents arrested without trial, then tortured, raped and executed.
- 1972 – North Vietnam – Christmas bombing Operation_Linebacker_II (not mentioned in RL30172, but an operation leading to peace negotiations). The operation was conducted from 18–29 December 1972.
It was a bombing of the big cities Hanoi and Haiphong by B-52 bombers.
The bombing provoked “only” about 1600 casualties due to an evacuation of the big cities Hanoi and Haiphong.
- 1973 – Operation Nickel Grass, a strategic airlift operation conducted by the United States to deliver weapons and supplies to Israel during the Yom Kippur War.
- 1973 – Chile — The CIA overthrows and assassinates Salvador Allende, Latin America’s first democratically elected socialist leader. The problems begin when Allende nationalizes American-owned firms in Chile. ITT offers the CIA $1 million for a coup (reportedly refused). The CIA replaces Allende with General Augusto Pinochet, who will torture and murder thousands of his own countrymen in a crackdown on labor leaders and the political left.
- 1974 – Evacuation from Cyprus. United States naval forces evacuated US civilians during the Turkish invasion of Cyprus.[RL30172]
- 1975 – Evacuation from Vietnam. Operation Frequent Wind. On April 3, 1975, President Ford reported US naval vessels, helicopters, and Marines had been sent to assist in evacuation of refugees and US nationals from Vietnam.[RL30172]
- 1975 – Evacuation from Cambodia. Operation Eagle Pull. On April 12, 1975, President Ford reported that he had ordered US military forces to proceed with the planned evacuation of US citizens from Cambodia.[RL30172]
- 1975 – South Vietnam. On April 30, 1975, President Ford reported that a force of 70 evacuation helicopters and 865 Marines had evacuated about 1,400 US citizens and 5,500 third country nationals and South Vietnamese from landing zones in and around the US Embassy, Saigon and Tan Son Nhut Airport.[RL30172]
- 1975 – Cambodia. Mayagüez Incident. On May 15, 1975, President Ford reported he had ordered military forces to retake the SS Mayagüez, a merchant vessel which was seized from Cambodian naval patrol boats in international waters and forced to proceed to a nearby island.[RL30172]
- 1975 – The CIA backs the leader of UNITAS, Jonas Savimbi. This polarizes Angolan politics and drives his opponents into the arms of Cuba and the Soviet Union for survival. Congress will cut off funds in 1976, but the CIA is able to run the war off the books until 1984, when funding is legalized again. This war kills over 300,000 Angolans.
- 1976 – Lebanon. On July 22 and 23, 1976, helicopters from five US naval vessels evacuated approximately 250 Americans and Europeans from Lebanon during fighting between Lebanese factions after an overland convoy evacuation had been blocked by hostilities.[RL30172]
- 1976 – Korea. Additional forces were sent to Korea after two American soldiers were killed by North Korean soldiers in the demilitarized zone between North and South Korea while cutting down a tree.[RL30172]
- 1978 – Zaire (Congo). From May 19 through June 1978, the United States utilized military transport aircraft to provide logistical support to Belgian and French rescue operations in Zaire.[RL30172]
- 1979 – Afghanistan — The Soviets invade Afghanistan. The CIA immediately begins supplying arms to any faction willing to fight the occupying Soviets. Such indiscriminate arming means that when the Soviets leave Afghanistan, civil war will erupt. Also, fanatical Muslim extremists now possess state-of-the-art weaponry. One of these is Sheik Abdel Rahman, who will become involved in the World Trade Center bombing in New York.
- 1979 – Nicaragua — Anastasios Samoza II, the CIA-backed dictator, falls. The Marxist Sandinistas take over government, and they are initially popular because of their commitment to land and anti-poverty reform. Samoza had a murderous and hated personal army called the National Guard. The Contras, who fight a CIA-backed guerilla war against the Sandinista government throughout the 1980s.
- 1980 – Iran. Operation Eagle Claw. On April 26, 1980, President Carter reported the use of six U.S. transport planes and eight helicopters in an unsuccessful attempt to rescue the American hostages in Iran.
- 1980 – El Salvador — The Archbishop of San Salvador, Oscar Romero, pleads with President Carter “Christian to Christian” to stop aiding the military government slaughtering his people. Carter refuses. Shortly afterwards, right-wing leader Roberto D’Aubuisson has Romero shot through the heart while saying Mass. The country soon dissolves into civil war, with the peasants in the hills fighting against the military government. Death squads roam the countryside, committing atrocities like that of El Mazote in 1982, where they massacre between 700 and 1000 men, women and children. By 1992, some 63,000 Salvadorans will be killed.
- 1981 – El Salvador. After a guerrilla offensive against the government of El Salvador, additional US military advisers were sent to El Salvador, bringing the total to approximately 55, to assist in training government forces in counterinsurgency.[RL30172]
- 1981 – Libya. First Gulf of Sidra Incident On August 19, 1981, US planes based on the carrier USS Nimitz shot down two Libyan jets over the Gulf of Sidra after one of the Libyan jets had fired a heat-seeking missile. The United States periodically held freedom of navigation exercises in the Gulf of Sidra, claimed by Libya as territorial waters but considered international waters by the United States.[RL30172]
- 1981 – Iran/Contra Begins — The CIA begins selling arms to Iran at high prices, using the profits to arm the Contras fighting the Sandinista government in Nicaragua. President Reagan vows that the Sandinistas will be “pressured” until “they say ‘uncle.’” The CIA’s Freedom Fighter’s Manual disbursed to the Contras includes instruction on economic sabotage, propaganda, extortion, bribery, blackmail, interrogation, torture, murder and political assassination.
- 1982 – Sinai. On March 19, 1982, President Reagan reported the deployment of military personnel and equipment to participate in the Multinational Force and Observers in the Sinai. Participation had been authorized by the Multinational Force and Observers Resolution, Public Law 97-132.[RL30172]
- 1982 – Lebanon. Multinational Force in Lebanon. On August 21, 1982, President Reagan reported the dispatch of 800 Marines to serve in the multinational force to assist in the withdrawal of members of the Palestine Liberation force from Beirut. The Marines left September 20, 1982.[RL30172]
- 1982–83 – Lebanon. On September 29, 1982, President Reagan reported the deployment of 1200 marines to serve in a temporary multinational force to facilitate the restoration of Lebanese government sovereignty. On September 29, 1983, Congress passed the Multinational Force in Lebanon Resolution (P.L. 98-119) authorizing the continued participation for eighteen months.[RL30172]
- 1983 – Egypt. After a Libyan plane bombed a city in Sudan on March 18, 1983, and Sudan and Egypt appealed for assistance, the United States dispatched an AWACS electronic surveillance plane to Egypt.[RL30172]
- 1983 – Grenada. Operation Urgent Fury. Citing the increased threat of Soviet and Cuban influence and noting the development of an international airport following a bloodless Grenada coup d’état and alignment with the Soviets and Cuba, the U.S. invades the island nation of Grenada.[RL30172]
- 1983–89 – Honduras. In July 1983 the United States undertook a series of exercises in Honduras that some believed might lead to conflict with Nicaragua. On March 25, 1986, unarmed US military helicopters and crewmen ferried Honduran troops to the Nicaraguan border to repel Nicaraguan troops.[RL30172] 1983 – Chad. On August 8, 1983, President Reagan reported the deployment of two AWACS electronic surveillance planes and eight F-15 fighter planes and ground logistical support forces to assist Chad against Libyan and rebel forces.[RL30172]
- 1984 – Persian Gulf. On June 5, 1984, Saudi Arabian jet fighter planes, aided by intelligence from a US AWACS electronic surveillance aircraft and fueled by a U.S. KC-10 tanker, shot down two Iranian fighter planes over an area of the Persian Gulf proclaimed as a protected zone for shipping.[RL30172]
- 1985 – Italy. On October 10, 1985, US Navy pilots intercepted an Egyptian airliner and forced it to land in Sicily. The airliner was carrying the hijackers of the Italian cruise ship Achille Lauro who had killed an American citizen during the hijacking.[RL30172]
- 1986 – Libya. Action in the Gulf of Sidra (1986) On March 26, 1986, President Reagan reported on March 24 and 25, US forces, while engaged in freedom of navigation exercises around the Gulf of Sidra, had been attacked by Libyan missiles and the United States had responded with missiles.[RL30172]
- 1986 – Libya. Operation El Dorado Canyon. On April 16, 1986, President Reagan reported that U.S. air and naval forces had conducted bombing strikes on terrorist facilities and military installations in the Libyan capitol of Tripoli, claiming that Libyan leader Col. Muammar al-Gaddafi was responsible for a bomb attack at a German disco that killed two U.S. soldiers.[RL30172]
- 1986 – Haiti — Rising popular revolt in Haiti means that “Baby Doc” Duvalier will remain “President for Life” only if he has a short one. However, violence keeps the country in political turmoil for another four years. The CIA tries to strengthen the military by creating the National Intelligence Service (SIN), which suppresses popular revolt through torture and assassination.
- 1986 – Bolivia. U.S. Army personnel and aircraft assisted Bolivia in anti-drug operations.[RL30172]
- 1987 – Persian Gulf. USS Stark was struck on May 17 by two Exocet antiship missiles fired from an Iraqi F-1 Mirage during the Iran-Iraq War killing 37 US Navy sailors.
- 1987 – Persian Gulf. Operation Nimble Archer. Attacks on two Iranian oil platforms in the Persian Gulf by United States Navy forces on October 19. The attack was a response to Iran’s October 16, 1987 attack on the MV Sea Isle City, a reflagged Kuwaiti oil tanker at anchor off Kuwait, with a Silkworm missile.
- 1987–88 – Persian Gulf. Operation Earnest Will – After the Iran-Iraq War (the Tanker War phase) resulted in several military incidents in the Persian Gulf, the United States increased US joint military forces operations in the Persian Gulf and adopted a policy of reflagging and escorting Kuwaiti oil tankers through the Persian Gulf to protect them from Iraqi and Iranian attacks. President Reagan reported that US ships had been fired upon or struck mines or taken other military action on September 21 (Iran Ajr), October 8, and October 19, 1987 and April 18 (Operation Praying Mantis), July 3, and July 14, 1988. The United States gradually reduced its forces after a cease-fire between Iran and Iraq on August 20, 1988.[RL30172] It was the largest naval convoy operation since World War II.
- 1987–88 – Persian Gulf. Operation Prime Chance was a United States Special Operations Command operation intended to protect U.S. -flagged oil tankers from Iranian attack during the Iran-Iraq War. The operation took place roughly at the same time as Operation Earnest Will.
- 1988 – Persian Gulf. Operation Praying Mantis was the April 18, 1988 action waged by U.S. naval forces in retaliation for the Iranian mining of the Persian Gulf and the subsequent damage to an American warship.
- 1988 – Honduras. Operation Golden Pheasant was an emergency deployment of U.S. troops to Honduras in 1988, as a result of threatening actions by the forces of the (then socialist) Nicaraguans.
- 1988 – USS Vincennes shoot down of Iran Air Flight 655
- 1988 – Panama. In mid-March and April 1988, during a period of instability in Panama and as the United States increased pressure on Panamanian head of state General Manuel Noriega to resign, the United States sent 1,000 troops to Panama, to “further safeguard the canal, US lives, property and interests in the area.” The forces supplemented 10,000 US military personnel already in the Panama Canal Zone.[RL30172]
- 1989 – Libya. Second Gulf of Sidra Incident On January 4, 1989, two US Navy F-14 aircraft based on the USS John F. Kennedy shot down two Libyan jet fighters over the Mediterranean Sea about 70 miles north of Libya. The US pilots said the Libyan planes had demonstrated hostile intentions.[RL30172]
- 1989 – Panama. On May 11, 1989, in response to General Noriega’s disregard of the results of the Panamanian election, President Bush ordered a brigade-sized force of approximately 1,900 troops to augment the estimated 1,000 U.S. forces already in the area.[RL30172]The U.S. invades Panama to overthrow a dictator of its own making, General Manuel Noriega. Noriega has been on the CIA’s payroll since 1966, and has been transporting drugs with the CIA’s knowledge since 1972.
- 1989 – Colombia, Bolivia, and Peru. Andean Initiative in War on Drugs. On September 15, 1989, President Bush announced that military and law enforcement assistance would be sent to help the Andean nations of Colombia, Bolivia, and Peru combat illicit drug producers and traffickers. By mid-September there were 50–100 US military advisers in Colombia in connection with transport and training in the use of military equipment, plus seven Special Forces teams of 2–12 persons to train troops in the three countries.[RL30172]
- 1989 – Philippines. Operation Classic Resolve. On December 2, 1989, President Bush reported that on December 1, Air Force fighters from Clark Air Base in Luzon had assisted the Aquino government to repel a coup attempt. In addition, 100 marines were sent from U.S. Naval Base Subic Bay to protect the United States Embassy in Manila.[RL30172]
- 1989–90 – Panama. Operation Just Cause. On December 21, 1989, President Bush reported that he had ordered US military forces to Panama to protect the lives of American citizens and bring General Noriega to justice. By February 13, 1990, all the invasion forces had been withdrawn.[RL30172] Around 200 Panamanian civilians were reported killed. The Panamanian head of state, General Manuel Noriega, was captured and brought to the U.S.
- 1990 – Liberia. On August 6, 1990, President Bush reported that a reinforced rifle company had been sent to provide additional security to the US Embassy in Monrovia, and that helicopter teams had evacuated U.S. citizens from Liberia.[RL30172]
- 1990 – Saudi Arabia. On August 9, 1990, President Bush reported that he had ordered the forward deployment of substantial elements of the US armed forces into the Persian Gulf region to help defend Saudi Arabia after the August 2 invasion of Kuwait by Iraq. On November 16, 1990, he reported the continued buildup of the forces to ensure an adequate offensive military option.[RL30172] American hostages being held in Iran.[RL30172]
- 1991 – Persian Gulf War. Operation Desert Shield and Operation Desert Storm. On January 16, 1991, U.S. forces attacked Iraqi forces and military targets in Iraq and Kuwait in conjunction with a coalition of allies and under United Nations Security Council resolutions. Combat operations ended on February 28, 1991.[RL30172]
- 1991 – Iraq. On May 17, 1991, President Bush stated that the Iraqi repression of the Kurdish people had necessitated a limited introduction of U.S. forces into northern Iraq for emergency relief purposes.[RL30172]
- 1991 – Zaire. On September 25–27, 1991, after widespread looting and rioting broke out in Kinshasa, Air Force C-141s transported 100 Belgian troops and equipment into Kinshasa. American planes also carried 300 French troops into the Central African Republic and hauled evacuated American citizens.[RL30172]
- 1991–96 – Iraq. Operation Provide Comfort. Delivery of humanitarian relief and military protection for Kurds fleeing their homes in northern Iraq, by a small Allied ground force based in Turkey.
- 1992 – Sierra Leone. Operation Silver Anvil. Following the April 29 coup that overthrew President Joseph Saidu Momoh, a United States European Command (USEUCOM) Joint Special Operations Task Force evacuated 438 people (including 42 third-country nationals) on May 3 .Two Air Mobility Command (AMC) C-141s flew 136 people from Freetown, Sierra Leone, to the Rhein-Main Air Base in Germany and nine C-130 sorties carried another 302 people to Dakar, Senegal.[RL30172]
- 1992–96 – Bosnia and Herzegovina. Operation Provide Promise was a humanitarian relief operation in Bosnia and Herzegovina during the Yugoslav Wars, from July 2, 1992, to January 9, 1996, which made it the longest running humanitarian airlift in history.
- 1992 – Kuwait. On August 3, 1992, the United States began a series of military exercises in Kuwait, following Iraqi refusal to recognize a new border drawn up by the United Nations and refusal to cooperate with UN inspection teams.[RL30172]
- 1992–2003 – Iraq. Iraqi No-Fly Zones The U.S. together with the United Kingdom declares and enforces “no fly zones” over the majority of sovereign Iraqi airspace, prohibiting Iraqi flights in zones in southern Iraq and northern Iraq, and conducting aerial reconnaissance and bombings. (See also Operation Northern Watch, Operation Southern Watch) [RL30172]
- 1992–95 – Somalia. Operation Restore Hope. Somali Civil War On December 10, 1992, President Bush reported that he had deployed US armed forces to Somalia in response to a humanitarian crisis and a UN Security Council Resolution. The operation came to an end on May 4, 1993. US forces continued to participate in the successor United Nations Operation in Somalia (UNOSOM II). (See also Battle of Mogadishu)[RL30172]
- 1993 – Macedonia. On July 9, 1993, President Clinton reported the deployment of 350 US soldiers to the Republic of Macedonia to participate in the UN Protection Force to help maintain stability in the area of former Yugoslavia.[RL30172]
- 1994–95 – Haiti. Operation Uphold Democracy. U.S. ships had begun embargo against Haiti. Up to 20,000 US military troops were later deployed to Haiti.[RL30172]
- 1994 – Macedonia. On April 19, 1994, President Clinton reported that the US contingent in the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia had been increased by a reinforced company of 200 personnel.[RL30172]
- 1995 – Bosnia. Operation Deliberate Force. NATO bombing of Bosnian Serbs.[RL30172]
- 1996 – Liberia. Operation Assured Response. On April 11, 1996, President Clinton reported that on April 9, 1996 due to the “deterioration of the security situation and the resulting threat to American citizens” in Liberia he had ordered U.S. military forces to evacuate from that country “private U.S. citizens and certain third-country nationals who had taken refuge in the U.S. Embassy compound….”[RL30172]
- 1996 – Central African Republic. Operation Quick Response. On May 23, 1996, President Clinton reported the deployment of US military personnel to Bangui, Central African Republic, to conduct the evacuation from that country of “private U.S. citizens and certain U.S. government employees,” and to provide “enhanced security for the American Embassy in Bangui.”[RL30172] United States Marine Corps elements of Joint Task Force Assured Response , responding in nearby Liberia, provided security to the embassy and evacuated 448 people, including between 190 and 208 Americans. The last Marines left Bangui on June 22.
- 1997 – Albania. Operation Silver Wake. On March 13, 1997, U.S. military forces were used to evacuate certain U.S. government employees and private U.S. citizens from Tirana, Albania.[RL30172]
- 1997 – Congo and Gabon. On March 27, 1997, President Clinton reported on March 25, 1997, a standby evacuation force of U.S. military personnel had been deployed to Congo and Gabon to provide enhanced security and to be available for any necessary evacuation operation.[RL30172]
- 1997 – Sierra Leone. On May 29 and May 30, 1997, U.S. military personnel were deployed to Freetown, Sierra Leone, to prepare for and undertake the evacuation of certain U.S. government employees and private U.S. citizens.[RL30172]
- 1997 – Cambodia. On July 11, 1997, In an effort to ensure the security of American citizens in Cambodia during a period of domestic conflict there, a Task Force of about 550 U.S. military personnel were deployed at Utapao Air Base in Thailand for possible evacuations. [RL30172]
- 1998 – Iraq. Operation Desert Fox. U.S. and British forces conduct a major four-day bombing campaign from December 16–19, 1998 on Iraqi targets.[RL30172]
- 1998 – Guinea-Bissau. Operation Shepherd Venture. On June 10, 1998, in response to an army mutiny in Guinea-Bissau endangering the US Embassy, President Clinton deployed a standby evacuation force of US military personnel to Dakar, Senegal, to evacuate from the city of Bissau.[RL30172]
- 1998–99 – Kenya and Tanzania. US military personnel were deployed to Nairobi, Kenya, to coordinate the medical and disaster assistance related to the bombings of the U.S. Embassies in Kenya and Tanzania. [RL30172]
- 1998 – Afghanistan and Sudan. Operation Infinite Reach. On August 20, air strikes were used against two suspected terrorist training camps in Afghanistan and a suspected chemical factory in Sudan.[RL30172]
- 1998 – Liberia. On September 27, 1998 America deployed a stand-by response and evacuation force of 30 US military personnel to increase the security force at the U.S. Embassy in Monrovia.  [RL30172]
- 1999–2001 – East Timor. Limited number of U.S. military forces deployed with the United Nations-mandated International Force for East Timor restore peace to East Timor.[RL30172]
- 1999 – Serbia. Operation Allied Force. NATO’s bombing of Serbia in the Kosovo Conflict.[RL30172]
- 2000 – Sierra Leone. On May 12, 2000 a US Navy patrol craft deployed to Sierra Leone to support evacuation operations from that country if needed.[RL30172]
- 2000 – Yemen. On October 12, 2000, after the USS Cole attack in the port of Aden, Yemen, military personnel were deployed to Aden.[RL30172]
- 2000 – East Timor. On February 25, 2000, a small number of U.S. military personnel were deployed to support the United Nations Transitional Administration in East Timor (UNTAET). [RL30172]
- 2001 – On April 1, 2001, a mid-air collision between a United States Navy EP-3E ARIES II signals surveillance aircraft and a People’s Liberation Army Navy (PLAN) J-8II interceptor fighter jet resulted in an international dispute between the United States and the People’s Republic of China called the Hainan Island incident.
- 2001 – War in Afghanistan. The War on Terrorism begins with Operation Enduring Freedom. On October 7, 2001, US Armed Forces invade Afghanistan in response to the 9/11 attacks and “begin combat action in Afghanistan against Al Qaeda terrorists and their Taliban supporters.”[RL30172]
- 2002 – Yemen. On November 3, 2002, an American MQ-1 Predator fired a Hellfire missile at a car in Yemen killing Qaed Senyan al-Harthi, an al-Qaeda leader thought to be responsible for the USS Cole bombing.[RL30172]
- 2002 – Philippines. OEF-Philippines. January 2002 U.S. “combat-equipped and combat support forces” have been deployed to the Philippines to train with, assist and advise the Philippines’ Armed Forces in enhancing their “counterterrorist capabilities.”[RL30172]
- 2002 – Côte d’Ivoire. On September 25, 2002, in response to a rebellion in Côte d’Ivoire, US military personnel went into Côte d’Ivoire to assist in the evacuation of American citizens from Bouake.
- 2003-2010 – War in Iraq. Operation Iraqi Freedom. March 20, 2003. The United States leads a coalition that includes Britain, Australia and Spain to invade Iraq with the stated goal being “to disarm Iraq in pursuit of peace, stability, and security both in the Gulf region and in the United States.”[RL30172]
- 2003 – Liberia. Second Liberian Civil War. On June 9, 2003, President Bush reported that on June 8 he had sent about 35 US Marines into Monrovia, Liberia, to help secure the US Embassy in Nouakchott, Mauritania, and to aid in any necessary evacuation from either Liberia or Mauritania.[RL30172]
- 2003 – Georgia and Djibouti. “US combat equipped and support forces” had been deployed to Georgia and Djibouti to help in enhancing their “counterterrorist capabilities.”
- 2004 – Haiti. 2004 Haïti rebellion occurs. The US sent first sent 55 combat equipped military personnel to augment the US Embassy security forces there and to protect American citizens and property in light. Later 200 additional US combat-equipped, military personnel were sent to prepare the way for a UN Multinational Interim Force, MINUSTAH.[RL30172]
- 2004 – War on Terrorism: US anti-terror related activities were underway in Georgia, Djibouti, Kenya, Ethiopia, Yemen, and Eritrea.
- 2004–present: Drone attacks in Pakistan
- 2005–06 – Pakistan. President Bush deploys troops from US Army Air Cav Brigades to provide Humanitarian relief to far remote villages in the Kashmir mountain ranges of Pakistan stricken by a massive earthquake.
- 2006 – Lebanon. US Marine Detachment, the 24th Marine Expeditionary Unit, begins evacuation of US citizens willing to leave the country in the face of a likely ground invasion by Israel and continued fighting between Hezbollah and the Israeli military.
- 2007 – Somalia. Battle of Ras Kamboni. On January 8, 2007, while the conflict between the Islamic Courts Union and the Transitional Federal Government continues, an AC-130 gunship conducts an aerial strike on a suspected Al-Qaeda operative, along with other Islamist fighters, on Badmadow Island near Ras Kamboni in southern Somalia.
- 2008 – South Ossetia, Georgia. Helped Georgia humanitarian aid, helped to transport Georgian forces from Iraq during the conflict. In the past, the US has provided training and weapons to Georgia.
- 2010 – War in Iraq. Operation New Dawn. On February 17, 2010, U.S. Secretary of Defense Robert Gates announced that as of September 1, 2010, the name “Operation Iraqi Freedom” would be replaced by “Operation New Dawn”. This coincides with the reduction of American troops to 50,000.
- 2011 – Libya. Operation Odyssey Dawn. Coalition forces enforcing U.N. Security Council Resolution 1973 with bombings of Libyan forces.
- 2011 – War on Terrorism. Osama Bin Laden is killed by U.S. military forces in Pakistan.
- 2011 – Drone strikes on al-Shabab militants begin in Somalia . This marks the 6th nation in which such strikes have been carried out, including Afghanistan, Pakistan, Iraq, Yemen and Libya.
Some things can be gathered from this, first you can see that all across the globe the US has been heavily involved in military action, and in fact once we invade or put troops into countries we don’t leave! We set up permanent military bases and often install there government and central banks! Also it is apparent that the UN and the US have become the police of the world. You will see a police state tab but the police state is occurring here at home and across the globe. In fact Obama in the latest war in Libya says he does not need to follow the constitution (war powers resolution) because he is following the UN’s orders! This is amazing, the first time the president has solely declared war and tells congress that he does NOT need their approval! He says he takes orders from UN, this really is sick, we need to follow the constitution and keep our sovereignty to declare wars and keep the powers separated into the three respective places!
Check out the following map showing the US military bases across the globe, there are over 730 bases in 50 different countries in 2001-2003 :
*Look for a new red space to pop up in Libya (North Africa)… how many countries can you spot that we have had a war with that does NOT have a red filling? I guarantee that even if there isn’t a permanent military base there is a heavy persistent US presence.
Early in Americas history there was a driving force of manifest destiny and imperialism that led to an expansion of the ” ‘New’ World ” and unspeakable horrors and slaughters were carried our in that seemingly just name. This imperialism seems to be occurring today and similarly to before is being sold as a just cause and if a million dead Iraqis have to be so that weapons of mass destruction don’t harm Americans then its all ok. This gets to the ethical principle of the end justifies the means, as opposed to the golden rule based ethics. The good news is I think the American people are seeing through the bullshit and see that “they” do not have *our* best interest at heart. I think this is a paradigm shift from the 1950’s where people generally did trust in the government even though as you will see they did not… you see the government has been willing to sacrifice American civilians to accomplish their objectives, even if the objectives don’t benefit the American public. Let us consider Operation Northwoods, where the military and intelligence came up with a plan to start a huge new war with the communists at the height of the cold war! If that weren’t bad enough they wanted to do so by launching dastardly false flag attacks that involved actually slaughtering American civilians in mass including shooting them, bombing them, hijacking and blowing up or crashing planes by remote control….and more! So we have seen how we have an incredible technological war machine, how enormous amounts of money are spent to keep this machine well oiled and purring like a kitten (or maybe a tiger), and that this organization has murdered foreign leaders and its own citizens, en mass at that! Oh and did I mention they have thermonuclear tipped missiles and hydrogen bombs that have the potential to wipe us ALL out with the push of a button! Oh and they also have technologies that some say are 100 years past what the public knows about so those nuclear weapons devised in the 1940’s with the theory decades before that, are likely old technology and they have super duper killing machines! Where does it end in this deadly game? Can it end good?
It is certain that violent conflicts are increasing in occurrence, and will continue to, at an accelerated rate until the ultimate goal of the globalists has been attained and all of the countries on the above map have a the same color filling, and the one world government they have written about for so long is realized… Consider another quote from Kissinger;
“Today Americans would be outraged if U.N. troops entered Los Angeles to restore order; tomorrow they will be grateful! This is especially true if they were told there was an outside threat from beyond whether real or promulgated, that threatened our very existence. It is then that all peoples of the world will pledge with world leaders to deliver them from this evil. The one thing every man fears is the unknown. When presented with this scenario, individual rights will be willingly relinquished for the guarantee of their well being granted to them by their world government.” (Henry Kissinger addressing the Bilderberger meeting at Evian, France, May 21, 1992).
They will continue to create conflicts and escalate the shit until the people are willing to try their solution, that is, a unified one world government, one currency, and one religion. And they will sell this radical change as a way to have peace which is ironic because they are the ones who have brought about the violent horrors… and they are masters at this, they create the problem and offer their solution!
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 Lynch, Jake. “How America is constantly at war”. http://www.smh.com.au/opinion/how-america-is-constantly-at-war-20090625-cy5d.html. Retrieved July, 2011.
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