Staff Sergeant Scared Shitless of ‘Mission Command’ FT LEE, VA — Friends and peers of Staff Sergeant Scott Austin, a water purification specialist currently stationed at Fort Lee, VA, have informed The Duffel Blog that he is absolutely “scared shitless” of the Army’s new Mission Command philosophy. Mission Command , derived from the German Auftragstaktik concept, is the United States Army’s newest obsession and a clear shift away from centralized control of subordinates towards decentralized execution, freeing up subordinates to act on their own initiative within the commander’s intent to accomplish the mission. Austin’s apparent discomfort with this doctrinal concept surprised his co-workers, since he has spent the last thirteen years of his eighteen-year Army career constantly complaining about micromanagement from officers and senior non-commissioned officers, expressing a desire to be left alone so he could do his job. After pausing briefly to put in a wad of Cherry Skoal, Austin addressed the concept of Mission Command.
Monarch Mind Control - The Conspiracy Wiki Monarch Mind Control is a form of mind control which creates a mind control slave by utilizing the human brain's trauma response of dissociation to create a form of Multiple Personality Disorder (MPD) wherein various triggers can cause the slave personality to surface and respond to commands given by the master ("Handler" in Monarch parlance). History Edit The Monarch Mind Control designation was originally applied by the US Department of Defense to a sub-program under the CIA's MK-Ultra Program. Even further back, the techniques used in Monarch programming can be traced to various generational Satanist families among European royalty. It is unclear who first started practicing the MPD techniques as a way of creating mind control slaves rather than as a defense mechanism, but it is clear that the Nazis were using Electro-shock and binding to create slaves in the 1940s. Over 1 million Americans have had Monarch programming applied to them. Uses Entertainment Edit Sex Kitten References
Advice Column: Ask a Deserter Ask a Deserter is a semi-regular advice column where you can get advice from the very worst of the military. Here you can get any of your questions about turning into a pathetic coward and ruining your life answered from someone who has done it before. “Thug life” decided the military wasn’t for him after being separated from his family for the entirety of Air Force boot camp. He spends his days begging for change on the side of the road. His life has never been better. They say it’s hard to get a job without an honorable discharge. Oh no, it’s real easy. My Chief yelled at me for sleeping through muster. You shouldn’t put up with that, it’s blatant abuse. Which college will take more transfer credit, University of Havana or Zimbabwe College? Don’t even worry about college man, you’re an American. I have a TS/SCI clearance and access to nuclear launch codes. Oh no, don’t worry about it. If I go AWOL do I get to keep my clearance? I have a better idea. I’d love to.
The Secrets of MKULTRA How true is it that the CIA conducted unethical mind control experiments on unwitting human subjects? By Brian Dunning, Skeptoid Podcast Episode 373, July 30, 2013 CIA Logo US Government image It's one of the most ominous terms in the history of modern governments and intelligence, nearly on a par with the names of Josef Mengele and Pol Pot. For 20 years from 1953 to 1973, the American Central Intelligence Agency funded and conducted tests on human subjects, both with and without their knowledge, in an effort to control minds and personalities for the purpose of espionage. The short version of the MKULTRA story is that the CIA spent a long time trying to control minds. So let's look at how this all came about and what exactly happened. One such project was called MKULTRA. At the time, both psychology and psychopharmacology were in their infancies. Research done at McGill University by Dr. The other most popular claim concerns Dr. Brian Dunning CIA. Lux.
Toughest Military Tests On The Planet - Military Workouts At some stage, almost every gung-ho Adrenalist dreams about joining a Special Forces cadre. Although fighting is extremely dirty work, Special Forces organizations retain a sheen of glamour and honor. It helps that Special Forces members must be some of the most highly trained men in any field – the ultra-effective elite of the elite. Do you think you could cut it as a Special Forces agent? Navy SEALS To qualify as navy SEAL, you must be an active-duty member of the Navy and have staggering powers of endurance for several reasons. The Brits invented the concept of Special Forces in the shape of the Special Air Service or SAS – an army regiment founded in 1950. Green Berets If you want to become part of the legendary Green Berets, you need to be able to do more than just rack out scores of push-ups - a feat that itself is way beyond the scope of most fitness fanatics. Rangers The Ranger selection test may not be quite as notoriously hard as others in this list, but perhaps it should be.
Gnostic MediaNEW MKULTRA DISCOVERY: Terence McKenna admited that he was a "deep background" and "PR" agent (CIA or FBI). This explosive audio clip that was just brought to my attention today by "Scott" reveals, in Terence McKenna's own words, that he was in fact an agent. The audio clip comes from Dec. 1994 from his lecture at the Esalen Institute, which may be found below in full. "...here is an interesting episode regarding McKenna being chased by Interpol and the FBI – from which no conclusion is ever mentioned. As Henk from Europe emailed me after this original article was published: [Henk] In 1969, McKenna traveled to Nepal led by his “interest in Tibetan painting and hallucinogenic shamanism.” During his time there, he studied the Tibetan language and worked as a hashish smuggler, until “one of his Bombay-to-Aspen shipments fell into the hands of U. Late in August of 1969 fate turned me from hash smuggler to fugitive when one of my Bombay-to-Aspen shipments fell into the hands of U.S. True Hallucinations page 166: True Hallucinations pg. 179 True Hallucinations pg. 186 I swallowed hard.
KH-9 Hexagon KH-9 Hexagon during assembly by Lockheed KH-9 (BYEMAN codename HEXAGON), commonly known as Big Bird or Keyhole-9, was a series of photographic reconnaissance satellites launched by the United States between 1971 and 1986. Of twenty launch attempts by the National Reconnaissance Office, all but one were successful. They are also officially known as the Broad Coverage Photo Reconnaissance satellites (Code 467), built by Lockheed Corporation for the National Reconnaissance Office. The KH-9 was declassified in September 2011 and an example was put on public display, for one day, on September 17, 2011, in the parking lot of the Steven Udvar-Hazy Center of the National Air and Space Museum, outside Dulles International Airport. On January 26, 2012 the National Museum of the United States Air Force put a KH-9 on public display along with its predecessors the KH-7 and KH-8. Development KH-9 profile and dimensions Main camera Main Camera Optical Path Cost
A Psychedelic History of the CIA by JEFFREY ST. CLAIR and ALEXANDER COCKBURN On June 17, 1999 the state of Texas put to death by lethal injection John Stanley Faulder, a Canadian who had been convicted in 1977 of murdering Inez Phillips, an oil heiress. Faulder’s case received more press attention than most executions these days, mainly because the Canadian government tried to intervene on his behalf and urged Texas governor George W. What went entirely unmentioned by the American press was that 37 years ago Stanley Faulder had been the unwitting victim of medical experiments partially funded by the CIA. Faulder was one of hundreds of Canadian prisoners who were experimented upon by psychiatrists in the 1960s and 1970s. Scott was stripped of his license to practice medicine. In 1969, Robert Renaud, an inmate at the Kingston Penitentiary, claimed that Scott had given him ferocious jolts of electroshock as a punishment for not cooperating with the doctor. “Worse Than Benedict Arnold” incarceration. Kaczynski: Guinea Pig
New ‘Progressive’ Marine Recruiting Campaign Under Fire SAN FRANCISCO, CA — A Marine Corps recruiting station in California has released a controversial recruiting poster that some have hailed as “progressive” and others as “tasteless” and “vulgar.” The poster’s creator, Marine Gunnery Sergeant Gary Bingham, said the ad was aimed specifically at the gay community, of which he is a proud member. “We’ve known for the longest time that our recruiting ads were hopelessly unrealistic: fighting the lava monster, climbing the mountain to meet the ghosts of World War II — nobody can relate to those,” Bingham told Duffel Blog. “I remembered a few years ago we had this commercial nicknamed ‘Blackwater’, about one of our dark green Marines who couldn’t swim. Everybody got pissed when we made it, but after the story turned out to be real … well, then they got really pissed, but our recruiting in the African-American community skyrocketed. People were like — ‘Hey! “And so I took the same attitude with my project.” < class=" wp-image-15889 " alt="The U.S.
OPERATION CONDOR: National Security Archive Presents Trove of Declassified Documentation in Historic Trial in Argentina National Security Archive analyst Carlos Osorio addresses an audience at the Argentine Embassy in Washington DC on March 23, 2015, prior to receiving an award for his work on human rights in Argentina. Washington, D.C., May 6, 2015 - The National Security Archive today posted key documents on Operation Condor, presented by its Southern Cone analyst, Carlos Osorio, at a historic trial in Buenos Aires of former military officers. During 10 hours on the witness stand recently, Osorio introduced one hundred documents into evidence for the court proceedings. Operation Condor was an infamous secret alliance between South American dictatorships in the mid and late 1970s a Southern Cone rendition and repression program-formed to track down and eliminate enemies of their military regimes. The National Security Archive obtained the U.S. documents through the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA), primarily from the Central Intelligence Agency, Defense Intelligence Agency and the State Department.
A Futurist's 20-Year U.S.-China Fantasy War Has Pissed off Everyone This absolutely has to be the most Strangeloveian thing I’ve read: China, as well as folks in the U.S. military, is currently worked up about a 20-year long fantasy war waged between the U.S., as controlled by a 91-year-old futurist military strategist, and a theoretical, aggressive version of China. The concept by Andrew Marshall is called simply “Air-Sea Battle,” and is the product of two decades of research into what the U.S. military could do in response to an unprovoked attack by China. The premise of the plan is based on a full-scale assault on American aircraft carriers and air bases by a technologically-advanced Chinese military. America’s only response, according to Marshall’s Pentagon-based office, would be to first destroy China’s long-range radar capabilities with stealth bombers and submarines. That so-called “blinding campaign” would be followed by a full on assault from sea and land. If it sounds like the Cold War all over again, it kind of is. Again from the Post:
Documenting use of overhead imagery on civilian US targets Washington, D.C., August 24, 2015. - “FBI spy plane zeroes in on Dearborn area” was the headline in The Detroit News on August 5, 2015. The story, which broke the news that the FBI had conducted at least seven surveillance flights recently over downtown Detroit, also raised a broader issue. It illustrated the fact that along with the controversy concerning electronic surveillance activities focused on telephone and e-mail records of United States citizens there exists a corresponding source of controversy – the use of satellites and assorted aircraft (manned and unmanned) to collect imagery and conduct aerial surveillance of civilian targets within the United States. Today, the National Security Archive posts over forty documents, many appearing online for the first time, related to the domestic use of overhead imagery and the controversy it has generated. Overhead Imagery: The U.S. Jeffrey T. Notes  Jeffrey T. Documents Document 1: Gregory W. Source: U.S. Source: www.nga.mil.
Marines Corps Struggles To Keep Up With Massive Influx Of Female Volunteers For Infantry QUANTICO, VA — Marine Corps officials confirmed Monday they were having a difficult time keeping up with the thousands of females applying to the Infantry Officer Course, with some speculating on possibly hiring additional staff to keep up. “Ever since Panetta ended the ban on women in combat, they’ve been signing up like crazy,” said Captain James Kirkpatrick, a spokesman for the Marine Corps. “It started with only a couple, but now it’s just gone into the thousands.” Long before the camouflage ceiling was struck down by Panetta, the Marine Corps had been experimenting with its Infantry Officer Course, allowing female volunteers to try out the training. The course is one of the toughest in the Marine Corps, but so far it’s been a rousing success, with women passing at a 97 percent success rate. “Piece of cake,” said Second Lieutenant Janeane Garafolo, a former comedian and actress. The celebrity females join another already in the Army — MSNBC talk host Rachel Maddow.