Posts Tagged ‘Air Force’

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Vladimir Putin has come out this week with odd comments about someone collecting biological samples of Russian citizens for unknown purposes. This leads in a particularly troubling direction.

“Let them do what they want, and we must do what we must”.
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Putin Questions US Air Force DNA Collection From Ethnic Russians

“Do you know that biological material is being collected all over the country, from different ethnic groups and people living in different geographical regions of the Russian Federation? The question is – why is it being done? It’s being done purposefully and professionally. We are a kind of object of great interest.”

 

That clock keeps ticking closer to midnight.

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1,000 Civilians Reportedly Killed by U.S.-Led Airstrikes as Trump Expands War on Terror

 

 

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Watching this Arrival fx reel, it becomes obvious very quickly that the military assets are all digital now, cheap, easy, accessible to all. Most of them are doable with After Effects relatively easily and cheaply. It’s just another skill that kids are learning.

That means filmmakers no longer really need the pentagon’s script approval to tell stories. The implications of removing the US government from Hollywood are huge. Producers don’t need the fucking army or navy or air force anymore, nor their script changes or propaganda advice. Ruminate on that, as we move into the future.

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The Radically Changing Story of the U.S. Airstrike on Afghan Hospital: From Mistake to Justification

Still, some Afghan officials continued to suggest that the attack was justified. “I know that there were civilian casualties in the hospital, but a lot of senior Taliban were also killed,” said Abdul Wadud Paiman, a member of Parliament from Kunduz.

So now we’re into full-on justification mode: yes, we did it; yes, we did it on purpose; and we’re not sorry because we were right to do so since we think some Taliban fighters were at the hospital, perhaps even shooting at us. In response to the emergence of this justification claim,MSF expressed the exact level of revulsion appropriate (emphasis added):

“MSF is disgusted by the recent statements coming from some Afghanistan government authorities justifying the attack on its hospital in Kunduz. These statements imply that Afghan and US forces working together decided to raze to the ground a fully functioning hospital with more than 180 staff and patients inside because they claim that members of the Taliban were present. 

This amounts to an admission of a war crime. This utterly contradicts the initial attempts of the US government to minimize the attack as ‘collateral damage.’

…Army Gen. John Campbell, now claims that “local Afghans forces asked for air support and U.S. forces were not under direct fire just prior to the U.S. bombardment” of the hospital. As NBC notes, this directly contradicts prior claims: “The Pentagon had previously said U.S. troops were under direct fire.”

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Yes Folks, the Big Lie is THAT Big… and Growing.
Air Force Prohibiting Airmen from Reading NSA Scandal Stories

In summary, anything to do with the recent news about the NSA and Verizon phone records are considered classified and searching news or records about these on our NIPRNET computers is unauthorized. Thanks!

Similar to events associated with WIKILEAKS disclosures in the past 2 years, classified documents associated with a news story on NSA and wiretapping are potentially classified and readily available on the internet. Users are not to use AF NIPRNET systems to access the Verizon phone records collection and other related news stories because the action could constitute a Classified Message Incident.

Classified documents regarding Verizon phone record collection and court order have been identified as being hosted on publically accessible Internet Web Sites, most notably “The Guardian” news site. Viewing and/or downloading these documents on Air Force NIPRNET computers could constitute a Classified Message Incident. Therefore, users are not to access these file (sic) for any reason (i.e. viewing, downloading, forwarding, etc.)

Come defend freedom by being a censored automaton who follows orders unquestioningly and only knows what we tell you.  For freedom of course.

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The nightmare is real, and you’re probably not going to like the future very much.

 

Yes, every one of these new toys will be put to use against the common rabble (that’s you) and in the service of protecting the powerful.  Citizens are no longer in the same arena, and are outclassed, out-gunned, out-surveilled on every conceivable level.  Welcome to the New World Order.