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  • Tom Hyland June 10, 2022, 8:24 PM

    Edgy videos! I just watched a few at their channel. Here’s why everything is FUBAR….
    https://www.globalresearch.ca/everything-weapon-us-government-waging-psychological-warfare-nation/5782921

  • The Great Reset Leap Forward June 11, 2022, 5:01 AM

    Skeletor Chertoff is a Long Marcher and won’t be going anywhere until the smoking crater of egalitarian ruin is nationwide.
    Surprised by the restraint of external enemies but why do any heavy lifting when you have a fifth column of traitors burning it all down better.

  • Tom Hyland June 11, 2022, 7:39 AM

    Watch the first 10 minutes of Tucker Carlson from Friday evening the 10th of June. Tucker defines the psy-op which is the January 6th hearings and how these clowns are talking about everything unimportant than what truly matters. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-NLdEBbFzWo

  • KCK June 11, 2022, 7:49 AM

    5th GEN Conflict, in a nutshell. Critical to any war is the identification of what you need as the outcome (need. outcome. you. the.) It formerly was described as a national objective, except now the “nation” part is in play. IOW, the shit happening in 5G conflict is not shit brought forth by an electorate or a citizenry. But, be damn sure that you (you, yourself: citizen individual you) are the identified target audience for this conflict.

    5thGEN warfare is conducted in the information battlespace. The definition of 5G is that it involves information and perception. News. Politicians spewing BS like they breathe air. Lies in the news and from the WH podiums. So, it is what you know, or a package of KNOW, transmitted by the power brokers. Then, your reception of the BS is shaped as carefully as possible.

    The goal of perception warfare is to get you angry, off your game, confused, and useless mentally.

    For those who care enough to think about how wars are fought (and you ought to care), the generations of warfare have been identified as follows:

    1stGEN warfare/ uniformed soldiery fighting under a national banner, in massed formations and using strategy and tactics.

    2ndGEN warfare/ seriously, the light bulbs who define this are just wedging it between 1st and 2ndG. It means the slow development of weapons to become more efficient (lethal). The phalanx of the 1G is broken out into lines of skirmishers.

    3rdG warfare/ here is where you must begin to understand that the generations of warfare do not replace the last generation. They may overlap and be used in a mix of strategies. But 3G is probably your mind’s conception of most warfare. It is (here is where I give you a better brief than the authors of some of this) maneuver warfare.

    Napoleon did not invent flanking movements, but he did begin to entrain his logistics. His supply lines went, mostly, with him in what you might consider a bubble going across Europe and engaging, say, Russia, in one seamless campaign (the time battlespace). If Alexander had to capture cattle and horses, and build housing to winter out his away wars, and basically live off the land, then Napoleon wanted to bring it all with him.

    Concomitant with the logistics revolution came the simultaneous employment of all arms: infantry, artillery, and horse cavalry. Think of the US Civil War, and that little meeting engagement called: Gettysburg. Also, bring it forward to the German Blitzkrieg, so-called, where dive bombers and tanks worked in concert with riflemen and artillery canonry, in focused place and time, to envelope and double envelope the Russians as their panzer armies flowed eastward. Think of Gen Schwarzkopf and his end-around lightning armored move into Kuwait & Iraq. Got it? Maneuver warfare is moving all the parts around to outmaneuver your opponent in space and time.

    Takes a breath.

    4thGEN warfare is insurgency, and think much of the Vietnam conflict. recently it has been described as Asymmetric War, which just means one side severely overmatches the other in weapons and technology.

    The thing about the generations of warfare is that they happen in a mix. Insurgency warfare does not negate the commander’s responsibility to employ maneuver. They both happen at the same time. In Vietnam, the stone age met the missile age and in an act of incredible hubris, the government of the US got so wee-wee’d up on numbers, statistics, money, and corruption, that it won every battle on the ground, air and sea, and lost the war. Generals, but mostly politicians and bureaucrats, forgot to read Clausewitz. Those sneaky sonsabitches used some very good psychological warfare, and had the Americans at each others’ throats in the streets, and around the TV and the dinner table. “Communism, it turns out, is actually not that bad,” thought students at Berkeley and Harvard. Sounds like 5thG conflict, doesn’t it?

    It’s important to understand that in the 4thGEN of warfare, the state loses sole proprietorship of war-making. This carries forward into 5thGEN, in which the belligerents are also not always states. Neither of these affairs is exactly new – revolutions sprout from rabble and pre-historic man fought under a small cohort and not a nation.

    Early national wars employed a mix of armies, including slaves, mercenaries, and captive and redeployed units of warriors. But, the generations feature strong characteristics of these military realities. Men with box knives and a handful of flying hours start a generational war, but it harkens back a millennium, when the first Arab combatants were 1stGEN warriors. 1stGEN men board three airplanes and advance the world into a 4thGEN war.

    Bush establishes The Patriot Act, and you, my friend, are now absent your constitutional rights, and the subject of a 5thGEN war. Two decades later, Russia invades Ukraine and begins an old-fashioned 3rdGEN maneuver war. I suppose, for literary sake, I could bend this story to include the GRUNT who kills a tank by plunging a high-tech Javelin onto its top armor. This is reminiscent of 2ndGEN warfare, which is defined as an advance in small unit weaponry that expands the battle space.

    Information and perception. The worst part, sunshine, is that the focus of the conflict is how you perceive the world and your beloved politicians. Are you vaccinated (asshole)? Do you support Black Lives Matter? Why not? Electric cars are the future, and STF up we’re taking your gas guzzlers.

    I notice guns still matter in this scenario. Also, the internet works both ways. The Bill of Rights still resides in the National Archive. I have an off switch on my TV. And politicians are flesh and blood.

    End transmission.

    • Casey Klahn June 11, 2022, 11:36 AM

      Thank you for cleaning this up, G.

      I meant to add:

      It’s important to understand that in the 4thGEN of warfare, the state loses sole proprietorship of war-making. This carries forward into 5thGEN, in which the belligerents are also not always states. Neither of these affairs is exactly new – revolutions sprout from rabble, and pre-historic man fought under a small co-hort and not a nation. Early national wars employed a mix of armies, including slaves, mercenaries, captive and redeployed units of warriors. But, the generations feature strong characteristics of these military realities. Men with box knives and a handful of flying hours start a generational war, but it harkens back a millennium, when the first Arab combatants were 1stGEN warriors. 1stGEN men board three airplanes and advance the world into a 4thGEN war. Bush establishes The Patriot Act, and you, my friend, are now absent your constitutional rights, and the subject of a 5thGEN war. 2 decades later, Russia invades Ukraine and begins an old fashioned 3rdGEN maneuver war. I suppose, for literary sake, I could bend this story to include the GRUNT who kills a tank by plunging a high tech Javelin onto it’s top armor. This is reminiscent of 2ndGEN warfare, which is defined as an advance in small unit weaponry that expands the battle space.

      End transmission.

      • Vanderleun June 11, 2022, 12:58 PM

        Okay, how’s that?

        • Casey Klahn June 11, 2022, 1:20 PM

          Edited like a boss. Thank you.

  • jiminalaska June 11, 2022, 8:23 AM

    Freedom is slavery
    Ignorance it truth
    Our government has our best interests at heart

    • Mike Austin June 11, 2022, 9:47 AM

      And:

      1. Biden is president
      2. Francis is pope
      3. The FBI stands for “Fidelity, Bravery and Integrity”

      So many possibilities!

  • Tom Hyland June 11, 2022, 12:30 PM

    Biden will not stop hitting on children in a creepy suggestive way….
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YI7FOLPCYRM

    • Mike Austin June 11, 2022, 4:59 PM

      I only watched it to the end because you recommended it. Your links and your books are all well considered. Watching this made me ill: not physically, but spiritually, cosmically. Our nation is government by a violent, mendacious and demented pedophile. And the entire world knows it. Not even Nero or Caligula or Commodus was as depraved as Biden.

      What a world.

      • Vanderleun June 11, 2022, 5:53 PM

        Roads go ever ever on,
        Over rock and under tree,
        By caves where never sun has shone,
        By streams that never find the sea;
        Over snow by winter sown,
        And through the merry flowers of June,
        Over grass and over stone,
        And under mountains in the moon.

        Roads go ever ever on
        Under cloud and under star,
        Yet feet that wandering have gone
        Turn at last to home afar.
        Eyes that fire and sword have seen
        And horror in the halls of stone
        Look at last on meadows green
        And trees and hills they long have known.

      • Tom Hyland June 11, 2022, 9:12 PM

        I thought George W. Bush was the most dangerous idiot to have ever been appointed President. Though Al Gore was a posturing creep and a phony…. he won the election in 2000. But that’s how this country rolls anymore. It’s the deep state spooks who make the decisions. Elections don’t matter. W was shocking for his arrogance, stupidity, his inability to speak coherently…. THEN the spooks tapped Biden. This puke is mean, ugly, mentally damaged, sexually perverted, no sense of humor, prima donna, entitled swine. America has a government manned by legions of violent, mendacious and demented pedophiles. Joe is simply their favorite mascot for now.

      • Tom Hyland June 12, 2022, 6:33 AM

        I replied, Mike, but my comment disappeared into the ether. Just wanted to say that I thought George W. Bush was the most dangerous idiot ever to be placed in the Oval Office. I thought W was the worse it could ever be and nobody ever again would attain his vileness. Well, W can hold Biden’s beer because this evil pervert is a daily disaster of putrid that was placed there to demoralize an America that’s taking it up the ass for Klaus & Co. or “The Owners” as Carlin used to refer to them. Here’s another observation of how an entire society has had their balls removed. It’s all part of the plan. http://thesaker.is/japans-looking-at-10-million-hikikomori/

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