„The Merging of Military and Police
Jade Helm is another example of a disturbing trend: the merging of the military and police into a single force that can be deployed anywhere, abroad or domestically, against anyone. This force then becomes, essentially, the private army of the elite that can be use against any group that threatens their power structure. For some time now, both in the US and other nations, we have witnessed the growing militarization of the police; in the US this has been aided by programs like 1033, where surplus military equipment is deliberately being funneled to local police forces. The merging of military and police is a big danger to any democracy, due to the gross centralization of power it entails.
Jade Helm – The Deeper Implications – US Military Targeting US Citizens
US Military Targeting US Citizens
Whenever you dream about, talk about or practice an activity, your brain is learning how do it by making neuron patterns. The US military practicing to target its own citizens is anything but benign and harmless. This literally means that US soldiers are getting accustomed to seeing their own countrymen as the enemy. Jade Helm is not only about conditioning the public to accept an increasingly militarized society, but it’s also about conditioning the future enforcers of the New World Order – soldiers from the US and other countries – to view anyone they’re told to view as the enemy, to shoot upon command without asking questions or challenging orders. Jade Helm is literally and unabashedly an exercise where US soldiers are practicing how to blend in with normal Americans and operate undetected among them. Can you see how inherently dangerous this is? Can you see how such an ability could so easily be used against the American people?
There’s Always an Enemy
From a global perspective, the US military is completely and utterly out of control. Sorry to burst your bubble if you’re an active member or a veteran, but the US military has never been about respect or honor. There’s nothing respectable about mass murder and there’s nothing honorable about constantly invading other sovereign nations because your corporate masters don’t like their leaders – as has been happening in South America, Africa, Asia, the Middle East and all over the world for over a century. When has the US military ever being used for legitimate defense? Never. It’s always been attack, attack, attack – including both World Wars and the false flag incidents (Lusitania and Pearl Harbor) engineered to get America into those bloody wars.
The problem here is the military mindset – the mindset that divides the world up into friendly and hostile, and that is always training to defend itself and attack “the enemy”, even though that enemy is frequently imaginary. Just look at how many enemies our leaders have given us, from the Nazis to the Commies to the Islamic terrorists, when in all cases those enemies were created and funded by the US military-industrial complex and the NWO elite. Jade Helm is a continuation of the demented and delusional mindset that seeks to find an enemy to fight in any situation.“
„While the US military and media are downplaying its significance, an examination of the facts and implications of Jade Helm 15 reveal there is valid cause for concern. According to the US Military, their …mission will be to operate undetected amongst the American civilian population, wearing civilian clothes and driving civilian vehicles, and practice UW (Unconventional Warfare) techniques in terrain resembling the Middle East. At least that’s the official story…“
„The Connection to Recently Closed Walmart Stores
The mystery of the abrupt closings of 5 Walmarts in Jade Helm states has not been solved, but many have theorized that it is connected to Jade Helm. Is Walmart, which is already enmeshed with the Federal Government and DHS, linking itself to underground tunnels? Is Walmart setting itself up to become a military command center? If not, then why is military equipment being parked in Walmart parking lots all over America?“
„The invention of terrorism as the abstract bogeyman after 9/11, and the wholesale destruction of rights, liberties and privacy that has ensued in many nations across the globe since then;
The expansion of the definition of terrorism to domestic terrorism, and the subsequent branding of ordinary Americans as extremists or domestic terrorists (e.g. the Ohio National Guard portraying gun rights supporters as domestic terrorists during a drill, the police chief in Concord, New Hampshire wanting to use a tank against occupiers and libertarians, marines in Arizona practicing to subdue citizens inside an internment camp, and American protesters being referred to as “enemy forces” and “adversaries” in National Guard documents);
The rumors of Obama firing generals and other top military officials based on whether they would fire on American citizens (e.g. testimony of former Navy Seal Ben Smith, who claimed top brass in the military were being asked if they would be comfortable disarming US citizens);
The US military’s own documents showing it is preparing to intervene and deploy domestically against its own citizens, whom it swore to serve and protect (e.g. the military document entitled Internment and Resettlement Operations);“