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In which we examine a case of the US Forces in Japan literally ordering a Japanese citizen to break the laws of his own country, before studying the ways in which the US-Japan Status of Forces Agreement allows the US Military to behave in the manner of a disrespectful house guest and get away with it.
SOURCES: [JP] "The dark side of the Japan-U.S. Status of Forces Agreement, the little-known situation of "Japanese security guards" on U.S. military bases" - https://hbol.jp/201512/3
Please enjoy my short audiobook "Fallout: National Defence in Anarchy," for free on this channel as well as available in PDF (linked below).
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Can there be a national defence without government? In ‘Fallout’ Clarke considers specifically how “free societies” or nations without governments could effectively defend themselves against large-scale threats and even invading state societies.
Using his fictional nation of “Pimlico” Clarke details not only how free societies defend themselves, but how they would flourish without a state structure holding them back.
This is a sharp and simple guide to national defence in anarchy, written (and spoken) in plain English for everybody to enjoy.
"New Berlin" is everywhere in the skies, invisible and sometimes visible. Obviously, they can watch every move of every military in the world. They are sitting in the sky all over Allied military installations, for example the Las Vegas desert, area 51, etc. (watch: UFOs over Vegas!) They apparently harass, intervene, prevent, warn, destroy military locations, punish and kill pilots when appropriate. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KzlgGE48Z7o https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xDe9yLYD7Ss
Dwight D Eisenhower farewell speech in 1961 - Military Industrial Complex Part 1 & 2
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If you think joining the military is all whores in bars throwing themselves at the uniform and blowing shit up, you are sadly mistaken. If you join the Army looking for glory, chances are you won't find it.
Domestic use of the Military is unconstitutional. So a foreign nation will oversee it's operations. You don't have to believe me, just do your own research and form your own opinions - while they're still legal to have.
A 2009 History Channel Documentary narrated by James Lurie.
Although accounts differ over the Sun Tzu’s origins, according to a biography written by a 2nd century BC historian he was a general who lived in the state of Wu in 6th century BC. Sun Tzu is most famous for the Art of War, praised as the definitive work on military strategy and tactics prior to the collapse of imperial China. Consisting of 13 chapters, the Art of War is one of the most famous studies on strategies for military success.
The most fundamental of Sun Tzu's principles is that "warfare is based on deception", and he believed that “the supreme art of war is to subdue the enemy without fighting". One of his stratagems emphasizes the importance of knowing your enemy, “If you know the enemy and know yourself, you need not fear the result of a hundred battles. If you know yourself but not the enemy, for every victory gained you will also suffer a defeat”. Over the centuries it has been influential to both traditional armies and guerrilla fighters .
This is a documentary on the main principles of Sun Tzu's "Art of War" illustrated with examples from the Vietnam War (Demoralization), the Second World War (Invasion of Normandy), the American Civil War (Gettysburg) and Tzu's own battles.
August 07, 2019 C-SPAN News http://MOXNews.com Mitchell Institute for Aerospace Studies Discussion on Air Superiority The Mitchell Institute for Aerospace Studies holds a discussion on U.S. military air power.
These unthinkable weapons of war, these death dealing machines... belong to us, the people of the United States. We design them, we build them, we fly them and we pay very dearly for them. But we don't control where they fly and they aren't deployed for our benefit whosoever. There is a rotten regime in Washington that controls the levers of power at the Department of State, the Pentagon and elsewhere. This corrupt regime does the bidding of a foreign power and it abuses its authority to wage wars against peoples who never raised a hand against the United States. The regime in Washington abuses the awesome military might of the United States to commit atrocities, wage wars of aggression against weaker states and intimidate everybody world wide.
We are the American Opposition to the regime in Washington. At the end of the day it doesn't matter who the puppet president is. We aren't fooled by the elections spectacle. We believe in voting but we know there is no amount of voting or letter writing that can overcome the various lobbies on Capitol Hill and certainly not the Deep State that took out President Kennedy.
We are aware that rogue elements in our society perpetrate false flag terrorism of different stripes for a variety of reasons. The powers that should not be thrive on terrorism and tension. They need it, just like they need their Drug War. But we understand that drug addiction is a public health issue that does not have military and correctional solutions.
We note the epidemic of mental illness and its link to mass murder. Restricting firearms will not solve this problem, either.
The time for the American Opposition is now. First step: Red Pill education.
MOBILE TASK FORCE: OMEGA ORANGE ("HARA-KIRI") Task Force Omega Orange is comprised of Persons Indicted for War Crimes, who now serve the SCP Foundation in special operations. Their primary function includes entering areas of seemingly low value, and as first-contact teams for SCPs not yet developed by the foundation. Little consideration of their safety, workplace conditions, or well being, is ever taken. They do however specialize in high-risk operations that would otherwise be deemed too risky for other MTF units, making them both highly skilled, but also highly disposable.
Most are recruited out of Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, and can include all branches of US military special operations, most often including but not limited to: former MARSOC, Special Forces, 1st SFOD-D, and Navy SEALS. Plans to recruit from other countries are in place, but will not take effect until after the unit has exited its experimental trials.
Most lower-sentenced detainees will not see reason to sign up, as they do not stand to benefit, and most death-row inmates are seen by both the US government and the Foundation as too unreliable for service, so most recruits are usually somewhere in between, often consisting of deserters, thieves, smugglers, murderers, and mutineers.
Those in task force Omega Orange are not however, seen as utterly condemned, as they can win back their freedom from an individual service contract negotiated between the Foundation, and the US Government. Most service contracts can include the redaction of post-detention restrictions, in order to better encourage recruitment. To maintain security, a non-negotiable clause within every contract demands that all members be micro-chipped for the duration of their service.
In spite of their reputation, most unit members behave professionally, following their contracts to the letter in hopes of one day regaining their status as free Americans. However, some exceptions are known to occur within the unit, making them for the most part, professionally unpredictable.
Representing 2-7% of the Pentagon’s annual budget, and with a projected lifetime cost of over $1 trillion dollars, the Joint Strike Fighter program with its three variations of the F-35 airframe for the US Air Force, Navy, and Marines and over a dozen partner countries is the most expensive weapons system in history. For point of contrast, World War II cost the United States an inflation-adjusted $4 trillion, and was finished in four years, less time than the initial phases of development for the JSF, which has taken over 20 years. Critics of the program are numerous, but when faced with the choice of scrapping the program and potentially having to spend even more money versus attempting to fix what is already existing, the US government has decided to stay the course. Tonight we are joined by a former Lockheed employee and F-35 representative to discuss why the program has run into so many problems, what could have been done better, and how this fits into the overall war fighting capability of the United States and its allies.
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Sen. Cotton: Iran's Unprovoked Attack On Commercial Shipping Warrants Retaliatory Military Strikes
As the Trump administration works to convince allies that Iran was responsible for last week’s attack on two tankers near the Persian Gulf, Sen. Tom Cotton (R-Ark.) said Sunday that “unprovoked attack on commercial shipping warrants retaliatory military strikes.”
A permanent rotation of 2,000 additional U.S. personnel in Poland is under consideration, according to President Trump.
Poland have signed a “joint declaration” to advance cooperation, including buying F-35 and US liquefied natural gas
The US administration is considering the possibility of using instruments against participants of the Nord Stream 2 project, though it admits that the participating countries are free to build the pipeline
Russian Energy Minister Novak said Denmark would eventually provide the necessary permits for completing the gas pipeline from Russia to Europe despite US attempts to block the project.
https://youtu.be/l-eH_4LdTus ●▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ஜ۩ESPAÑOL۩ஜ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬● Libre es una canción del álbum Mi tierra del cantante Nino Bravo. Fue compuesta en 1972 por José Luis Armenteros y Pablo Herrero, adaptada a las características de la voz de Nino Bravo. Su primera interpretación fue, antes de su edición en disco, en el programa de TVE "Luces en la Noche", siendo comercializado poco después en el sencillo "Libre-Vete" en octubre de 1972 y en el LP "Mi tierra" un mes después. El tema tuvo bastante repercusión, existiendo en la actualidad más de 6 grabaciones televisivas de Libre en TVE (habida cuenta de que el cantante fallecería a los pocos meses, en abril de 1973), e incluso fue emitido en el especial Fin de Año de 1972 de TVE cuando ya estaba situado en lo más alto de la lista de éxitos musicales en España, e incluso en la lista de los números uno de los 40 principales. A menudo se difunde la errónea teoría de que está inspirada en la historia de Peter Fechter en el muro de Berlín, pero no hay constancia de que Nino Bravo o sus compositores tuviesen intenciones políticas al grabarla.
●▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ஜ۩ENGLISH۩ஜ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬● "Libre" ("Free") is a song by José Luis Armenteros and Pablo Herrero, first performed and made popular by Spanish pop star Nino Bravo on his 1972 album of the same name. The song's lyrics tell of a young man who is "tired of dreaming" and yearns to fly "free like a bird that escaped its prison." Though he's not mentioned in it by name, the song was reportedly inspired by the death of Peter Fechter. A hit in Spain, the song also became popular in much of Spanish-speaking Latin America, where it took on political overtones. Banned in Cuba, in Chile it was adopted as an unofficial anti-communist anthem and became popular among supporters of the government junta. In her study Sounds of Memory: Music and Political Captivity in Pinochet’s Chile (1973-1990) music historian Katia Chornik of the University of Manchester claims the song was played during interrogations of prisoners at the time of the Augusto Pinochet dictatorship.