The Blueprint for World War IIIThe Blueprint for World War III 29 Aug, 2014 by Dave Hodges Print this article Font size -16+ CSS Offical-New-Logo2This article is the first of a two part series which details the coming war.
This war will not be a simple war of occupation such as what we saw in Iran and presently in Afghanistan. This war will be utterly devastating and has the potential to escalate into a conflict befitting the over-used term, “Armageddon”.Part one of this series will present what boxing fans call, “the tale of tape”.
The “tale of the tape” entails identifying the combatants, their respective sides as well as the relative strengths of the participants and their military forces.The Relative Strengths of Each SideThe coming war will largely feature what pundits call the BRIC nations and the USA and her allies. Each side of this coming conflict possesses widely divergent military strengths, weaknesses and strategies.
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Armored vehicles on patrol, Kevlar-wearing, camo-dressed officials carting short-barreled rifles modeled after M-4 carbines, tear gas wafting through the air – sounds like something right off the streets of Iraq.
But it’s not. It’s actually the scene that’s playing out in the suburban streets of Ferguson right now, with SWAT-type police taking to the residential St. Louis streets for what amounts to crowd-control duties.Protests in the Ferguson neighborhood streets have been raging for days over a police officer’s fatal shooting of black teenager Michael Brown, 18, ostensibly after a physical altercation that left the law enforcer feeling as if his life were in danger.
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“I Do Not Want to Be In the Military”I was telling my son about how his late grandfather joined the Navy at a very young age and made a successful career out of it. He stopped me and asked if I would be upset if he did not want to join the military. At that moment, I realized that I had an important decision to make as a parent.
Do I tell my son the truth about the facts related to his question, or do I take the approach we often do with our kids and gloss over the truth in order to protect him?You Want Answers?
The theme song for my talk show starts out with the classic exchange between two great actors, Jack Nicholson and Tom Cruise in which they utter those now famous lines from A Few Good Menthat “You can’t handle the truth.” True to the meaning of my theme song, I went for broke. I proceeded to tell my son that I did not want him to join the military. I also told him that our leaders think nothing of throwing away the lives of our brave young soldiers in Iraq and Afghanistan and that we never belonged in these countries to begin with.
Instead, the man who killed three and seriously injured a fourth has been tried as a juvenile and sentenced to a paltry seven and a half year prison term. Nearly two years ago, Khudairaham, who served as an aide to local law enforcement, brought a rifle with him to the gym at a Helmand Province forward operating base and opened fire.
He killed Lance Cpl. Gregory Buckley Jr., Cpl. Richard Rivera Jr., and Staff Sgt. Soctt Dickinson during the violent encounter Retired U.S. Army Lt. Col. Allen West weighed in on the light sentence during a recent Fox News interview, explaining that it will have far-reaching effects throughout the U.S. military. “This is absolutely unconscionable,” he said, noting tests indicate that Khudairaham was potentially 18 years old when he committed the crime.
The shooter “should not have been tried as a juvenile,” West noted; “and as a matter of fact, the family of Lance Cpl. Buckley was told that he was not going to be tried as a juvenile.” He called the sentencing “heinous,” suggesting that such a vicious criminal should be put to death. “He should have been tried as an adult and he should have gotten the death penalty for doing what he did in cold blood,” West contended.This injustice, he asserted, is symptomatic of widespread problems affecting America’s men and women in uniform.
Mexacn Prison Ordeal Saps Marine’s Life Savingsmilitary.com ^ | Jul 18, 2014 | Fox newsPosted on 7/29/2014, 10:16:03 AM by GrandJediMasterYodaMexican Prison Ordeal Saps Marine’s Life SavingsWhile Marine Sgt. Andrew Tahmooressi was living on a base and eating MREs in Afghanistan and earning a battlefield promotion, his paychecks from Uncle Sam were piling up in the bank.
He dreamed of returning to Weston, Fla., when his second tour of duty ended and buying a new truck, maybe getting a place of his own. At 26, and with a modest nest egg waiting, he had a future back home. Now Tahmooressi languishes in a Mexican prison, plagued by Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. And the $65,000 he saved in the service of his nation is gone, according to his mother.
Crises Cascade and Converge, Testing Obama
New York Times ^ | July 22, 2014 | By PETER BAKERPosted on 7/23/2014, 9:10:17 AM by OldeconomybuyerRarely has a president been confronted with so many seemingly disparate foreign policy crises all at once — in Ukraine, Israel, Syria, Iraq, Afghanistan and elsewhere — but making the current upheaval more complicated for Mr. Obama is the seemingly interlocking nature of them all.
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We would not be $18 trillion in debt and rushing to dig the hole deeper. We would not allow our national security agencies to target innocent U.S. citizens while aiding and abetting known enemies and protecting the illegal invasion of our nation.In my America, we would not reward crime
or perversions and prosecute patriotism or decency. We would not allow any politician to divide this nation down racial and socio-economic lines, pitting American against American for benefit of the anti-Americans.
We would not allow race-baiting as a means of forcing every American into global communism. We would not allow politically motivated opinions to override the facts and we would never let political expedience trump fundamental constitutional right and wrong!In my America, the U.S. Constitution is the supreme law of the land, not some twisted global communist idea of “social justice” in which wrong is right and right is wrong run by some corrupt organization of greed driven inept lawyers.
Judges uphold and enforce the law, rather than subvert the law for political favor with the overt intent to dismantle the rule of constitutional law altogether.In my America, politicians are pillars of the community, not the biggest parasites on earth