by Scott Creighton
The other day I was wondering aloud if we should be worried about the upcoming Jade Helm 15 Special Ops training operation scheduled to take place very soon in California, Nevada, Arizona, New Mexico, Utah, Colorado and yes, glorious Texas.
I concluded that we should be worried because it seemed to me that the operation was going to be very different from regular training exercises in that it was going to be extremely covert with Special Ops guys infiltrating communities looking to them to rat out the undesirables and forming groups who could be trusted to help them round those people up and get rid of them.
You know, basically what Special Ops does in other countries routinely.
Well, today there is an article from the Houston Chronicle which gives ample support to some of my worst fears.
Among the planned exercises, soldiers will try to operate undetected amongst civilian populations in some towns and cities where residents will be advised to report any suspicious activity they notice as a means of testing the military’s effectiveness, said county law enforcement officials who had been briefed by the Army.
“They’re going to set up cells of people and test how well they’re able to move around without getting too noticed in the community,” said Roy Boyd, chief deputy with the Victoria County Sheriff’s Office. “They’re testing their abilities to basically blend in with the local environment and not stand out and blow their cover.” Chron.com
Without exposing themselves as part of the drill, how are civilians supposed to know who or what to report as “suspicious”? Will they be reporting on Special Ops participants in the drill or other residents of the locations where the op is taking place?
And what will the Special Ops participants do with that information?
Here’s another question… those “cells of people” they talk about setting up – what are they? Are they cells of Special Ops participants trying to see if they are noticed or… are they groups of locals they set up like so many they have set up in the past in other countries and is the point to see if THOSE groups are going to be noticed traveling around doing whatever it is they get them to do?
Either way, this operation is deeply troubling because the whole point of it is too “operate undetected amongst civilian populations”
It’s one thing to have black helicopter gunships cruising at tree-top level overhead scaring the shit out of the local population. That’s pretty bad when they run drills that do that or practice imposing martial law on some unsuspecting community somewhere.
But when the military (specifically a branch of it with a history of supporting terrorism, sabotage and subversion in the interests of protecting corporate profits overseas) announces it’s plan to INFILTRATE with SUBTERFUGE a number of U.S. states and then operate cells in secret looking to identify and subdue troublemakers, you have to worry about that and wonder if it is even legal.
On top of all of that, look at the timing of it all.
In a couple of months Obama and the masters of the universe are going to be trying to ram through the TPP and the TTIP which are both strongly opposed by the people of this nation.
In a couple of months, they are going to be looking to pass the new CISPA (CISA) which will effectively hand over almost total control of your personal information to a handful of telecom companies who will also then be able to use that information to take direct action against you if they don’t like what you have to say or write.
Finally, Google’s new algorithm will be going into place around the same time, which they will use to determine the “truthiness” of your content and use that to relegate your website to the dustbin of the interwebs.
To me it looks like a perfect storm is being set on the horizon to usher in a global corporate coup and then protect it both in the “interwebs” and literally on the ground.
I mean, what better way to set Special Ops boots on the ground at such an important time than to announce it as a drill a couple months in advance.
As far as I can tell, this operation is scheduled to take place over the course of several months but with them operating in a clandestine manner with the purpose of going undetected by the people they interact with, there’s no way to tell how long they will (have?) be there.
I suppose they just expect the American people to simply “trust” Special Ops. With their history, I trust them about as far as I can throw a murdered Nicaraguan nun. And that isn’t very far since they murdered the nun in the first place.