That’s a Solution to The Foreclosure Problem

Put down your Sunday paper…

I promise this reading is going to be far more stimulating.  Remember 2008? Remember the financial crash that brought the whole of the world to the edge of collapse and chaos?  Well, what would happen in the US if any significant changes occurred within the social structure of this country?  What would happen if the ATMs stopped spitting out cash for a few days?  What would happen if there were regional or even localized disruptions to the power grid?  What would happen if there were natural phenomena that caused destabilization?

Well, don’t worry, the US government and military have a plan.  And it’s a secret plan.  But the playbook was released. You’ll find it here and it’s most chilling.  The language and terms used in the manual are in fact disturbing.  As you spend time reading the manual, read critically and see if you can find any limitation where it would not in fact be made to apply on US soil.

Now, it would be easy to read the following manual and consider its application only in foreign fields of combat or operations….but as will be detailed below, the manual clearly does not limit to those circumstances.  Expanding this consideration, consider the following question….

“Why should the US Government be making such detailed and specific plans for the internment of civilians…whether on foreign soil or domestically?”

Think  about it this way…if the US Military force is tasked with the protection of the USA, why then should the US Government be so concerned with long term sustainability of captured human beings on either foreign or domestic soil.  If the US engages in forced war, is it not the responsibility of those governments closer to the conflict region to take on such responsibilities?  And yet you see little consideration of this consideration in this manual.  This manual provides powerful insight into what should be the most important public policy consideration our nation should be engaging in….

“Why is the US Government continuing to engage in activities of conflict and aggression on foreign soil, and intervening in foreign or regional conflicts?”


“Are US citizens at home and abroad safer as a result of hyper-aggressive military and geo-political conflict?”

These questions may be better framed by a comparison or alternative pathway discussion.

“Would US interests and the interests of US citizens individually had been better served with a focus of US government operations and foreign policy directed at domestic economic opportunities, technologies and growth rather than carpet bombing entire regions of the world?”

Or on an even more basic level,

“What if, instead of building air craft carriers and dropping enriched uranium weapons all across the planet, destroying schools, hospitals and entire societies, the US government had instead decided to spend all those trillions of dollars on building roads, schools, hospitals and infastructure here in the US?”

“Would our children be safer and have more opportunities today if the whole of the US Government had not blindly implemented the global conquest and destruction directives of the Project for A New American Century?”

Here’s where the manual starts……

An adaptive enemy will manipulate populations that are hostile to U.S. intent by instigating mass civil
disobedience, directing criminal activity, masking their operations in urban and other complex terrain,
maintaining an indistinguishable presence through cultural anonymity, and actively seeking the traditional
sanctuary of protected areas as defined by the rules of land warfare. Such actions will facilitate the dispersal of
threat forces, negate technological overmatches, and degrade targeting opportunities. Commanders will use
technology and conduct police intelligence operations to influence and control populations, evacuate detainees
and, conclusively, transition rehabilitative and reconciliation operations to other functional agencies. The
combat identification of friend, foe, or neutral is used to differentiate combatants from noncombatants and
friendly forces from threat forces.

“Evacuee. An evacuee is a civilian removed from a place of residence by military direction for reasons of personal security or the requirements of the military situation.” 


But beyond that, consider the practical implications of the language.  For instance, civilians placed in internment camps won’t be alone…there are provisions for dogs.  But not our fluffy family dogs…nope….Military Working Dogs:

3-33. MWDs offer a psychological and actual deterrent against physical threats presented by I/R
populations. (See FM 3-19.17.) They may be used—

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