Thursday, February 5, 2009

ANOTHER MESSAGE FROM THE SERPENT CULT: “Union of North America (part 3)


The events portrayed in this slide show are entirely fictitious


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Steve Watson
Infowars.net
Thursday, Feb 5th, 2009
The London Telegraph is continuing to run a crude propaganda piece in it's arts and culture section that depicts nuclear attacks on major cities, the formation of a world government, and a police state crackdown on citizens complete with concentration camps and the implementation of martial law.



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Open Letter from Brigadier General Charles Jones

Charles E. Jones
Brigadier General US Air Force, Retired
Lifetime subject to recall for active duty
Recipient of the Distinguished Service Medal (AF)
02.04.09

"We the People of the United States of America" are entitled to know the legal qualifications of the President and Commander in Chief. For the better good and National Security of "We the People of the United States" and for Absolute Command of the Military Forces of the United States, I whole heartedly support the efforts of Dr. Orly Taitz, ESQ for taking legal action to determine whether or not Barack Hussein Obama, aka Barry Soetoro, Citizen of Indonesia and possibly citizen of Kenya, is eligible to become President of the United States and Commander in Chief of the United States Armed Forces.


There are 16 addresses for Barakat Osama, is he the same person as Barack Obama?

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'Operation Blackjack': The Story of Terrorist Nuclear Attacks on Major Western Cities



This little curiosity comes to us from the Telegraph’s Culture Picture Galleries

section.

As of now, there’s an entry called: Operation Blackjack: The Story of Terrorist Nuclear Attacks on Major Western Cities.

On the page, we read: Blackjack - A slide show story. The events portrayed in this slide show are entirely fictitious.

There is no author listed.

I didn’t spend too much time gazing at the chicken entrails, but there were a few howlers that were too good to pass up:


"Operation Blackjack" Dismantles Drug Pipeline from New York City to Central NY
12 Pounds of Cocaine, 4 Guns, $26k Cash, 1 Pound of Marijuana,
Drug Paraphernalia, Ammunition and 2 Cars Seized

JUL 28 -- (SYRACUSE, NY) New York Drug Enforcement Administration Special Agent-In-Charge John P. Gilbride and Attorney General Andrew M. Cuomo announced today the indictment of 15 individuals involved in an alleged narcotics distribution ring where cocaine was transported from the Bronx and sold throughout the Central New York region.

The case involved the seizure of 12 pounds of cocaine worth $500,000, two revolvers, two shotguns, $26,000 in cash, drug paraphernalia, ammunition, and two vehicles.


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904th Assault Team Action Operation Blackjack




Operation Blackjack 2008 Camp Blanding FL. Building Raids.





Operation Blackjack - Task Force JC



Vietnam War 'Operation BLACKJACK' 21


his was the pilot mobile guerrilla mission for a specially trained force consisting of a Special Forces A-Detachment that controlled one 150-man Mike Force company and a 34-man combat reconnaissance, eagle flight platoon. The task force was specially trained for extended patrolling so that it could operate independantly for as long as 30 to 60 days in remote regions with air drop type resupply. BLACKJACK 21 had 15 Special Forces and 249 Montagnards. The force initiated a number of small ambushes and ranged over the valley. On Nov 5, an ambush killed 3 NVA with bikes. Not long after this, the unit made contact with a large NVA force that tried to surround it and the eagle flight that had been inserted. The SF were able to break contact before the NVA could close the trap and used airstrikes to withdraw. On the 9th they were extracted from the valley

Descriptive Note : Combat after action rept. for period ending 31 Jul 67.

Corporate Author : ADJUTANT GENERAL'S OFFICE (ARMY) WASHINGTON D C

Report Date : 31 JUL 1967

Pagination or Media Count : 52

Descriptors : (*ARMY OPERATIONS, VIETNAM), REPORTS, COUNTERINSURGENCY, MILITARY TACTICS, TERRAIN, LOGISTICS, MILITARY PERSONNEL, EVACUATION, CASUALTIES

Subject Categories : UNCONVENTIONAL WARFARE

Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE


'OPERATION BLACKJACK Z'(34, 41, 41C AND 42.)Z



Authors: ADJUTANT GENERAL'S OFFICE (ARMY) WASHINGTON D C

Abstract: OPERATION BLACKJACK Z(34, 41, 41C AND 42.)Z

Description: Combat after action rept. for period ending 31 Jul 67.
Pages: 52
Report Date: 31 JUL 1967
Report Number: 0426783

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Selected Readings in Guerrilla and Counterguerrilla Operations. JUL 1967
Authors: ARMY INFANTRY SCHOOL FORT BENNING GA

This handbook is a guide and reference for the student studying guerrilla and counterguerrilla operations at the United States Army Infantry School. Its scope of coverage primiarily concerns itself with Infantry units of Brigade and Battalion size. (Author)


AFTER ACTION REPORT: 'OPERATION BLACKJACK 33'

1. SIZE AND COMPOSITION OF OPERATION: Reconnaissance Company with company headquarters; Nine Roadrunner Teams composed of four Vietnamese Nations (VNN) each; Seven Reconnaissance teams composed of two USASF and four VNN each; Three Mike Force Companies composed of 11 USASF and 428 VNN; Detachment A-303/Mobile Guerrilla Force 957 composed of 13 USASF and one Mobile Guerrilla Company, 174 VNN.

In certain corners of the military, there's some grumbling about how impossibly hard the Air Force's nuclear handling inspections have become. Maj. Gen. Don Alston, the Air Force's new man at the Pentagon overseeing all things atomic, has a message for the grumblers: Suck it up.





These are weapons that can destroy cities, and turn the world's political balance on its ear. There's no room, he says, even for the small failures. "You actually have to get out of bed every day and hustle to achieve a certain level of deterrence," Alston tells Danger Room. "Any anecdotal exposure of a weakness, that may or may not be interpreted as an opening for someone who would want to press an advantage."

It wasn't too long ago that the Air Force seemed to have a quite different attitude. Units mistakenly sent nuclear nosecone fuses to Taiwan, and lost track of six warheads. As a result, top officers were disciplined. The service's civilian and uniformed leaders were sacked. Once-relatively-lax Nuclear Surety Inspections became pressure cookers. These days, a few misfiled papers or a few out-of-place troops means the entire wing flunking the NSI. Which is exactly what's happening, to unit after unit. Some wonder whether these minor flubs are being blown out of proportion.

Not Alston. Given nuclear weapons' potentially cataclysmic impact, it's a good thing "when a single airman can make a single mistake and that consequences of that mistake are absolute failure of the wing for that Nuclear Surety Inspection," he says. "Every failure is not equal — for sure. But it does expose how dependent we are on every airman to do this job right."

If nuclear weapons are all about deterring potential adversaries — and to Alston, they most definitely are — then those enemies need to know that those arms will always be ready to fly, no matter what. Any imperfection, even a paperwork slip-up, "could result in an unsafe, unsure, unsecure or unreliable nuclear weapon system ... one that could fail in peacetime and adversely affect credibility of the reliability of the system or fail if tasked to produce a nuclear yield," he says.

"So, tough business. I wouldn't want it any other way," Alston adds. "And I am not encouraged when people can rationalize: 'but for that mistake, we were, y'know, kicking ass.' Well, but for that mistake, you would have passed. But you didn't. You failed. Tough business. And it needs to stay that way."


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