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"We are what we pretend to be,
so me must be careful about what we pretend to be."
- Kurt Vonnegut


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Planners are a funny lot
They carry neither sword nor pistol
They walk stooped over quite a lot
Because their balls are crystal
Lyman Louis Lemnitzer


pinky and brain are really Rothschild and Rockefeller


"Why is it we have finite resources for health care but unlimited money for war? Trillions for war and Wall Street, billions for insurance companies. When we were promised change, we weren't thinking that we give a dollar and get back two cents." - Dennis Kucinich 11/09

2004 According to the US Defense Energy Support Center Fact Book US military fuel consumption increased to 144 million barrels. About 40 million barrels more than the prior "peacetime" military usage. 144 million barrels makes 395 000 barrels per day, almost as much as daily energy consumption of Greece.

2006 CIA World Factbook, only 35 countries (out of 210 in the world) consume more oil per day.

2009 US military officially uses ~ 320,000 barrels of oil a day. this excludes contrators.

2011 Pentagon, after a public relations campaign to "go green," spends $17.3 billion on oil, a 26 percent increase over 2010.

The Pentagon is a gas guzzler

The US military oil consumption


military budget

The Revolving Door from the Pentagon to the Private Sector

"Through many decades and many wars, the US military has been honing its training skills, learning to take a civilized human being and turn him into a killing machine. A traditional way of doing this was to motivate the soldier to hate the enemy and want to kill him. After World War II, this approach was shaken by the Army's official World War II historian, Samuel Marshall, who in 1947 upset the entire military establishment with a slim book called "Men Against Fire: The Problem of Battle Command in Future War." In this book, he claimed that in World War II, at best one in four combat soldiers ever fired their weapon at the enemy, and in most combat units only about 15% of the available firepower was ever used. Recently, I was discussing the Marshall book with two World War II veteran friends. The one who had not been in combat found the report hard to believe, but the other, who had served in the infantry in Europe, said, "I had a machine gun. I never fired the thing." "Why not?" the other asked. "If you fired it, they'd shoot back at you." Many in the military challenged Marshall's fmdings. But military training became focused on how to improve what Marshall had called the "ratio of fire." Starting with the Vietnam War, the ratio of fire has greatly increased through training techniques that involve simulated combat - so that the soldier acts without thinking. Soldiers today often will commit acts that they regret and will be uncertain about why they did them. In a documentary I saw recently, a confused American soldier in Iraq said he was not sure why he had intentionally run over a woman and killed her; his only explanation was that he had been trained to respond that way in that situation." - Mark Kurlansky

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Is it realistic to expect nations and tribes to war with one another ?

Is it natural for humans to make war? New study of tribal societies reveals conflict is an alien concept .

Organised violence between rival political groups is not an inevitable outcome of the human condition but it is an inevitable outcome of Mouse Utopia !

Mouse Utopia Experiment

Unfortunately those engaged in selling weapons treat human nature as immutable, unchangeable and barbaric which is the case only when under imminent threat of physical annihilation or imminent threat of the annihilation of traditional modes of living. This ponerological form of reality requires an expression of the will born out of resentment, fear, terror and a need to control or to isolate the 'other'.

"In the realm of diplomatic and strategic theory, this version of reality creates a fluctuation of appearances, at one moment fleeing into the ideal of a "democratic peace" underwritten by an expanding neoliberal global order, and at the next, retreating into a "fortress America" protected by a ballistic missile defense. Ethical inquiry into the relationship of this form of reality to organized violence begins with an inquiry into rationality of the necessity of, or need for, government sanctioned violence." - James Der Derian, Virtous War




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"Bureaucracy is wrong as a cancer, a turning away from the human evolutionary direction of infinite potentials and differentiation and independent spontaneous action to the complete parasitism of a virus." - William S. Burroughs, nephew of Ivy Lee

The promotional video of Viewpoint DataLabs opens with the memorable scene of the alien fighters swarming the F-18's in Independence Day, which buzz-cuts into a pair of attacking mosquitoes in a Cutter Insect Repellent advertisement, then to spaceships attacking in Star Trek Voyager, followed by some requisite mega-explosions, a simulation of a missile launch from two helicopters, the dropping of a fuel-air dispersal bomb from Outbreak, and a trio of Eurofighter 2000s doing maneuvers that are aerodynamically impossible. Infiltrating the military-industrial-entertainment nexus by creating an ever-expanding database of hyperreal, real-time 3-D simulations.

"When war was abhorrent to the American people, the military was considered only as a tool to be used if needed. Today, with our chronic state of war, and with peace becoming the unusual, the military has created for itself an image as a comforting thing to have around. In reality, however, it has become a monster bureaucracy that can grind beneath its wheels the other bureaucracies, whatever their prescribed roles in the process of government and their legitimate needs." - Senator James William Fulbright

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Maybe the only way to break through this paralysis of analysis would be to stop talking about weapons exports as a trade at all. Yes, the weapons industry has associations, lobby groups, and trade shows. They have the same tri-fold exhibits, scale models, and picked-over buffets as any other industry; still, maybe we have to stop thinking about the export of fighter planes and precision-guided missiles as if they were so many widgets and start thinking about them in another language entirely - the language of drugs.

After all, what does a drug dealer do?

A drug dealer creates a need and then fills it.

A drug dealer encourages an appetite or
(even more lucratively) an addiction and then feeds it.

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Arms dealers do the same thing !

Military Industrial Complex:
US Military Contracts and Defense Spending

The 10 Companies That Profit Most From War

Profits Soar As Pentagon Leans On Private Corporations For Special Ops

The Real Cause of the U.S. Debt Crisis: Spiralling Defense Spending

Obama anti anti war

"What experience and history teach is this - that nations and governments have never learned any thing from history or acted upon any lessons they might have drawn from it." - Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel

"Arms dealers suggest to foreign officials that their military just might need a slight upgrade. After all, arms dealers point out, haven't you noticed that your neighbor just upgraded in jets, submarines, and tanks? And didn't you guys fight a war a few years back? Doesn't that make you feel insecure? And why feel insecure for another moment when, for just a few billion bucks, we'll get you suited up with the latest model military… even better than what we sold them - or you the last time around." - Frida Berrigan

"Bombs do not choose. They will hit everything." - Nikita Khrushchev


military -keysianism

military Keynesianism

"In 2006, the U.S. Department of Defense employed 2,143,000 people, while it estimates that private defense contractors employ 3,600,000 workers, for a grand total of 5,743,000 defense-related American jobs. There are close to 25 million veterans in the US. Assuming conservatively only two voting-age people per household, this translates into a block of some 60 million American voters who have a financial stake in the American military establishment. Thus the clear danger of a militarized society perpetuating itself politically. The selling of war-oriented policies requires the expertise that only a well-oiled propaganda machine can provide." - Rodrigue Tremblay

"In the past nine years, non-industrial production in the US has declined by some 19 percent. It took about four years for manufacturing to return to levels seen before the 2001 recession - and all those gains were wiped out in the current recession. By contrast, military manufacturing is now 123 percent greater than it was in 2000 - it has more than doubled while the rest of the manufacturing sector has been shrinking. It's important to note the trajectory - the military economy is nearly three times as large, proportionally to the rest of the economy, as it was at the beginning of the Bush administration. And it is the only manufacturing sector showing any growth. Extrapolate that trend, and what do you get?" - Daniel Tencer

Military Keynesianism, as it is now known in academic circles, was first theorised by the Polish economist Michal Kalecki in 1943. Michal Kalecki argued that corporatists and their political champions tended to bridle against classic Keynesianism; achieving full employment through public spending made corporatists nervous because it risked over-empowering the working class and the unions.

The military was a much more desirable investment from the elite corporatists point of view, although justifying such a diversion of public funds required a certain degree of political repression, best achieved through appeals to patriotism and fear-mongering about an enemy threat - and, eventually, an actual war - as unused weapons systems seldom need replacing.

"Theories of Military Keynesianism and the Military-Industrial Complex became popular after the Second World War, and perhaps for a good reason. The prospect of military demobilization, particularly in the US, seemed alarming. The U.S. elite remembered vividly how soaring military spending had pulled the world out of the Great Depression, and it feared that falling military budgets would reverse this process. If that were to happen, the expectation was that business would tumble, unemployment would soar, and the legitimacy of free-market capitalism would again be called into question. Seeking to avert this prospect, in 1950 the US National Security Council drafted a top-secret document, NSC-68. The document, which was declassified only in 1977, explicitly called on the government to use higher military spending as a way of preventing such an outcome." - Jonathan Nitzan and Shimshon Bichler

National Security Council Report 68 (NSC-68) drafted under the supervision of Paul Nitze, then head of the Policy Planning Staff in the State Department was dated April 14, 1950 and signed by Harry S Truman on September 30, 1950. In its conclusions, NSC-68 asserted: "One of the most significant lessons of our World War II experience was that the American economy, when it operates at a level approaching full efficiency, can provide enormous resources for purposes other than civilian consumption while simultaneously providing a high standard of living".

"Previously administration officials had encountered stiff resistance from Congress to their pleas for a substantial buildup along the lines laid out in NSC-68. The authors of this internal government report took a Manichaean view of America's rivalry with the Soviet Union, espoused a permanent role for the US as world policeman, and envisioned U.S. military expenditures amounting to perhaps 20 percent of GNP. But congressional acceptance of the recommended measures seemed highly unlikely in the absence of a crisis. In 1950 the fear that [the North Korean] invasion was just the first step in a broad offensive by the Soviets proved highly useful when it came to persuading Congress to increase the defense budget. As Secretary of State Dean Acheson said afterwards, "Korea saved us." The buildup reached its peak in 1953, when the stalemated belligerents in Korea agreed to a truce." - Robert Higgs

"This is military Keynesianism - the determination to maintain a permanent war economy and to treat military output as an ordinary economic product, even though it makes no contribution to either production or consumption." - Chalmers Johnson

"Inevitably, having surrendered to militarism as an economic device, we will do what other countries have done: we will keep alive the fears of our people of the aggressive ambitions of other countries and we will ourselves embark upon imperialistic enterprises of our own." - John T. Flynn

By 1990 the value of the weapons, equipment and factories devoted to the Department of Defense was 83% of the value of all plants and equipment in US manufacturing.




military analysts get rich

or the Pentagon pundit program performs

"Escalation" is a word for a methodical process of acclimating people at home to the idea of more military intervention abroad - nothing too sudden, just a step-by-step process of turning even more war into media wallpaper - nothing too abrupt or jarring, while thousands more soldiers and billions more dollars funnel into what Martin Luther King Jr. called a "demonic suction tube," complete with massive violence, mayhem, terror and killing on a grander scale than ever." - Norman Solomon

"The embrace by any society of permanent war is a parasite that devours the heart and soul of a nation. Permanent war extinguishes liberal, democratic movements. It turns culture into nationalist cant. It degrades and corrupts education and the media, and wrecks the economy. The liberal, democratic forces, tasked with maintaining an open society, become impotent." - Chris Hedges


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Strategic Maneuvers - The Revolving Door


Defense and military industries in permanent war trash economies. Those who profit from permanent war erase the line between the state and the corporation as many retired military officers walk through the revolving door into the world of military contracting.

These overlapping roles, mostly left undisclosed, offer an array of opportunities to advance corporate policy goals. The Pentagon public relations campaign focused on the transformation of 75 military "news analysts" into "surrogates" and "message force multipliers" to help fuel the exponential growth of the police state.

The "analysts" (retired military men) ideologically in sync with the neoconservative brain trust framed how viewers ought to interpret events while anticipating large budget increases for military contracts of corporations they had ownership interest in. "Analysts" were instructed not to quote their handlers directly or otherwise describe their contacts with the Pentagon. Many analysts were being paid by the "hit," the number of times they appeared on television. The more an analyst could boast of fresh inside information from high-level Pentagon "sources," the more hits he could expect. The more hits, the greater his potential influence in the military marketplace, where several "analysts" prominently advertised their network roles.

"We knew we had extraordinary access." - Timur J. Eads, retired Army lieutenant colonel, Fox "analyst", vice president of government relations for Blackbird Technologies

Omnitec Solutions, corporate branding experts, monitored "analyst" performance.



"I am 100 percent behind what the president of the US is doing in Iraq." - Barry Richard McCaffrey

"The strategic target remains our population. We can lose people day in and day out, but they're never going to beat our military. What they can and will do is strip away our support. And you guys can help us not let that happen." - James Terry Conway

September 6, 2001 Veritas announces the formation of an "advisory council" of well-connected retired generals and admirals. Veritas gives its advisers board seats, along with profit sharing and equity stakes that are attractive as Veritas intended to turn quick profits through initial public offerings.

after September 11, 2001
Barry Richard McCaffrey made nearly 1,000 appearances on NBC and its cable sisters. Barry Richard McCaffrey was paid up to $25,000 for speeches, his commentary regularly turned up in The Wall Street Journal and he has been quoted or cited in thousands of "news" articles.

Former army general Barry Richard McCaffrey and Wayne A. Downing were on the advisory board of the Committee for the Liberation of Iraq, an advocacy group created with White House encouragement to make the case for ousting Saddam Hussein.

Barry Richard McCaffrey earned at least $500,000 from his lobbying work for Veritas Capital, a private equity firm in New York that has grown into a defense industry powerhouse by buying contractors whose profits soared from the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq.

BR McCaffrey Associates, promised to "build linkages" between government officials and contractors like Defense Solutions for up to $10,000 a month. McCaffrey, chairman of HNTB Federal Services - an engineering and construction management corporation that often competes for national security contracts, consistently advocated wartime policies. McCaffrey advocated invasion, urged building up the military to sustain the occupation, warned that premature withdrawal would invite catastrophe, advocated spending for high-tech weapons, including precision-guided munitions and unmanned aerial vehicles that were important to the Veritas portfolio. In corporate filings, Veritas' told investors they were well positioned to benefit from a widening global war on terror.
Veritas went on a shopping spree, buying military corporations deeply enmeshed in the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, including DynCorp International. In 2005 operations in Afghanistan and Iraq accounted for 37 percent of DynCorp International revenues.




burying head in sand

Barry Richard McCaffrey ridiculed the Iraq Study Group recommendation of withdrawing all combat brigades from Iraq while working with James A. Marks to win the Iraqi translators contract for Global Linguist Solutions a newly created subsidiary of DynCorp. When the Pentagon awarded the contract to Global Linguist Solutions DynCorp stock jumped 15 percent.

James A Marks, an analyst for CNN, pursued military and intelligence contracts as a senior executive with McNeil Technologies. James A Marks was named president of Global Linguist Solutions and Barry Richard McCaffrey was designated as chairman of Global Linguist Solutions. Barry Richard McCaffrey was eligible to share in profits: the contract was worth $4.6 billion over five years, but only if the US did not pull out of Iraq first. Barry Richard McCaffrey published a report recommending that the US equip Iraq with 5,000 armored vehicles provided by Defense Solutions.

Paul E. Vallely, a Fox News analyst, who had specialized in psychological warfare had co-authored a paper in 1980 that accused American news organizations of failing to defend the nation from "enemy" propaganda during Vietnam.

"We lost the war — not because we were outfought, but because we were out Psyoped." - Paul E. Vallely

Paul E. Vallely urged the continued use of psychological operations which took aim not just at foreign adversaries but domestic audiences as well. Paul E. Vallely called his approach "MindWar" - using network television and radio to "strengthen our national will to victory."




defense contracts

tapping the fed money tree

2005

Lockheed Martin - $24,779,249,050

Boeing - $19,560,923,434

Northrup Gruman - $15,029,261,873

Raytheon - $9,669,133,423

Halliburton - $$5,911,648,847

United Technologies - $5,050,610,078

Computer Sciences - $$4,122,963,949

Bechtel - $4,007,482,139

ITT Industries - $2,608,346,856

Humana - $2,220,238,793

Boeing had contracts for the air launched cruise missile, the MX missile, the Minuteman missile, and adapted its B-52 bombers to use cruise missiles. Boeing is a subcontractor for the Stealth advanced technology bomber and is a principal contractor for Strategic Defense Initiative Star Wars.

General Electric operated a plant in Florida that makes neutron generators for nuclear bombs. They made the reentry vehicle for the Minuteman missile. They make propulsion systems for nuclear submarines and jet aircraft engines and are involved in electronic warfare work. They are developing the engine for the Stealth bomber.

Rockwell International was the main B-1B bomber and space shuttle contractor and they work on the MX and Trident missiles. Rockwell helps operate the Department of Energy facility at Hanford, Washington that produces plutonium for nuclear weapons, and they manage the Rocky Flats Colorado facility that produces plutonium triggers for hydrogen bombs.

United Technologies Chemical Systems Division built rocket motors for Titan, Minuteman III, Trident, and Tomahawk cruise missiles.

Northrop Corporation was a lead contractor on the top-secret Stealth advanced technology bomber. Northrop had contracts for MX missile guidance systems.

TRW Corporation was a leader in Strategic Defense Initiative Star Wars contracts. TRW was a MX missile contractor.

Tenneco Inc. operated the Newport News Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Co. and built nuclear submarines capable of carrying nuclear warhead armed missiles and built Nimitz class nuclear propelled aircraft carriers.

Westinghouse Electric Corporation contracts include radar for the B-1B bomber and launch tubes for the Trident missile.

Hewlett Packard was a contractor on the B-52 bomber and the Pershing missile.

General Dynamics Corporation was primarily in the weapons business, building the Trident nuclear missile submarine, cruise missiles, and FB-111 bombers. In 1982, 88 percent of General Dynamics net sales were to the US Government. In 1985, General Dynamics was number two in Department of Defense contracts with $7,439,914,000 in sales. In 1982 they were number one with about $5,891,000,000.


defense lobbyists

2008 David Barstow reports that 75 retired military officers regularly appearing on television "have ties to military contractors vested in the very war policies they are asked to assess on air." Collectively, the group represented "more than 150 military contractors either as lobbyists, senior executives, board members or consultants."

The Pentagon pundits program used three propaganda techniques to sell the necessity of what is now called "a dynamic and evolving threat" because "portraying this as a 'global' war risks reinforcing the very image that al Qaeda seeks to project of itself - that it is a highly organized, global entity capable of replacing sovereign nations with a global caliphate" according to John Brennan, head of the White House homeland security office.

The three techniques involve the distortion of facts by the selective withholding of information; the creation of an emotional cascade beginning with fear and ending with righteous anger; and the concealment of the true source of the message by putting the message in the mouth of some seemingly independent third party.

2009 Pentagon employs 27,000 people for recruitment, advertising and public relations - almost as many as the total 30,000-person work force in the State Department. The money spent on winning hearts and minds has grown by 63 percent, to at least $4.7 billion - about the same amount the military spent on body armor for troops in Afghanistan and Iraq from 2004 and 2006




ignorant subservient masses

militarily controlling American society

The Militarized Budget 2017

1968 Department of Defense Civil Disturbance Plan 55-2, or "Operation Garden Plot," is developed in response to the major protests and disturbances of the 1960s.

November 18, 1988 Executive Order 12656 defines national security emergency as "any occurrence, including natural disaster, military attack, technological emergency, or other emergency, that seriously degrades or seriously threatens the national security of the US." Since this date the US military has been training troops and police in "civil disturbance planning".

2008 "The 3rd Infantry Division's 1st Brigade Combat Team has spent 35 of the last 60 months in Iraq patrolling in full battle rattle, helping restore essential services and escorting supply convoys. Now they're training for the same mission at home. Beginning Oct. 1 for 12 months, the 1st Brigade Combat Team will be under the day-to-day control of US Army North, the Army service component of Northern Command, as an on-call federal response force for natural or manmade emergencies and disasters, including terrorist attacks. After 1st Brigade Combat Team finishes its dwell-time mission, expectations are that another, as yet unnamed, active-duty brigade will take over and that the mission will be a permanent one.They may be called upon to help with civil unrest and crowd control." - Army Times, September 30, 2008 On December 17, 2008,

"A new report by the US Army War College talks about the possibility of Pentagon resources and troops being used should the economic crisis lead to civil unrest, such as protests against businesses and government or runs on beleaguered banks. The study says economic collapse, terrorism and loss of legal order are among possible domestic shocks that might require military action within the US" - Phoenix Business Journal

"Widespread civil violence inside the US would force the defense establishment to reorient priorities in extremis to defend basic domestic order and national security." - Army War College report




How to respond to information about the air force

Official Blog of the US Air Force


"Capt. Faggard writes The Official Blog of the US Air Force; has pages on YouTube, MySpace and Facebook; helps publicize a Second Life area called Huffman Prairie; contributes to iReport (user name USAFPA); and is on Friendfeed, Digg, Delicious, Slashdot, Newsvine, Reddit. There's Air Force widgets. And there's even a video mashup contest for high schools to show school spirit sponsored by the Air Force." - David Meerman Scott

"Other branches of the military are also getting into the social networking game, along with other branches of government. The Army also has its own Twitter feed, as does the Department of Homeland Security, the Bush White House, and the US Joint Forces Command, the US Department of State, and the Israeli Consulate in New York." - Sheldon Rampton



profiling journalists

"The military newspaper Stars and Stripes reported that the Pentagon was using one of its favorite public relations firms, the Rendon Group, to produce profiles of reporters requesting to embed with U.S. forces in Afghanistan; that the profiles graded reporters' past coverage as "positive," "neutral" or "negative," sometimes suggesting how to "neutralize" expected negative coverage or how to design embeds to "result in favorable coverage"; and that, in some cases, the profiles prompted military officials to reject reporters' embed requests." - The Weekly Spin, September 9, 2009

cyberspace


"Cyberspace favors offensive operations. These operations will deny, degrade, disrupt, destroy, or deceive an adversary. Cyberspace offensive operations ensure friendly freedom of action in cyberspace while denying that same freedom to our adversaries. We will enhance our capabilities to conduct electronic systems attack, electromagnetic systems interdiction and attack, network attack, and infrastructure attack operations. Targets include the adversary's terrestrial, airborne, and space networks, electronic attack and network attack systems, and the adversary itself. As an adversary becomes more dependent on cyberspace, cyberspace offensive operations have the potential to produce greater effects." - Air Force Cyber Command

"CYBERCOM will reach initial operating capability (IOC) not later than October 2009 and full operating capability (FOC) not later than October 2010. Ostensibly launched to protect military networks against malicious cyberattacks, CYBERCOM's offensive nature is underlined by its role as STRATCOM's operational cyber wing. In addition to a defensive brief to "harden" the "dot-mil" domain, the Pentagon plan calls for an offensive capacity, one that will deploy cyber weapons against imperialism's adversaries.

One of ten Unified Combatant Commands, STRATCOM is the successor organization to Strategic Air Command (SAC). Charged with space operations (military satellites), information warfare, missile defense, global command and control, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR), as well as global strike and strategic deterrence (America's first-strike nuclear arsenal), it should be apparent that designating CYBERCOM a STRATCOM branch all but guarantees an aggressive posture." - Tom Burghardt July 1, 2009

"All software systems have been endorsed by the National Security Agency, signifying that they are permeable to intrusions by the US intelligence services." - Thierry Meyssan

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