Leaked U.S Army Documentation Internment and of United States Citizens(Political Dissidents)

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  1. Anonymous Member


    K-19. The tactical PSYOP detachment assigned as an enclosure team conducts face-to-face PSYOP and collects vital information within the I/R facility. To perform its mission, members of the enclosure team must have unrestricted access to the I/R population. The enclosure team conducts close coordination with the guard force commander to ensure that its activities do not jeopardize the safe operation of the I/R facility and to ensure that they are safe.

    K-20. The enclosure team builds a rapport with detainees and DCs by distributing recreational equipment, conducting morale support activities, and performing other actions designed to gain the trust of detainees or DCs. Although it is important for the enclosure team to maintain close communication with other PSYOP team elements, such communication should be discreet and conducted away from the view of the I/R population. The enclosure team will usually enjoy a greater rapport with the I/R population if it is not identified with the authoritarian elements of the facility administration.

    K-21. The enclosure team capitalizes on its access to the I/R population to collect information about individuals and to watch for potential problems. The enclosure team should look for—

    Formal and informal leaders.

    Individuals who are the center of attention in a group.


    Unusual groups.

    Items passed from one person to another.

    Contrasting soil in the compound.


    Signals and codes.

    Individuals who move from one group, to another and whose presence forces the topic of

    conversation to change.

    Individuals who speak for a group but maintain eye contact with another person in that group.

    Individuals who immediately make friends with military police guards.

    Detainees and DCs who express interest in I/R facility construction or materials and equipment used in facility construction.
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    K-22. In addition to providing loudspeaker support inside the facility, the tactical PSYOP detachment commander and quick-reaction force support team coordinate with enclosure commanders to include loudspeaker support to PSYOP as part of the I/R facility response capability. The quick-reaction force support team is a predesignated element that serves as an emergency tactical response force for the compounds or other locations determined by the facility commander.

    K-23. The tactical PSYOP detachment commander maintains contact with the quick-reaction support force team through the supported unit’s communications network or by other means. The team designated to support the quick-reaction support force team must be prepared to support the quick-reaction force mission and should remain physically located with the quick-reaction support force team to facilitate a rapid response. The tactical PSYOP detachment commander or quick-reaction force support team leader must accomplish the following premission tasks:

    Brief the quick-reaction force commander on PSYOP capabilities and employment.

    Coordinate a reaction plan and preplanned routes with the quick-reaction force team.

    Rehearse operational procedures with each new quick-reaction force team.

    Rehearse likely emergency scenarios and perform reconnaissance of the sites.

    Prepare audio products and scripts to be used during likely scenarios.

    Ensure that translators are briefed and available if a translator is not attached to the quick-reaction force team.


    K-24. The audiovisual team can support three or more tactical PSYOP detachments when supporting I/R operations. The audiovisual team uses organic equipment to produce and disseminate products to the I/R facility population. The team supports the facility PSYOP program by disseminating entertainment products, such as videos and music. This team gives the tactical PSYOP detachment the ability to influence detainee and DC behavior by providing or withholding something of value to the population. When directed, the team disseminates products that support other PSYOP task force programs (reeducation, reorientation, posthostility themes).

    K-25. At a minimum, the audiovisual team should have the capability to edit audio and video products in digital formats, provide edited audio products in compact disc and minidisc formats, disseminate video products in video home system and digital video disc formats, project video with sound to large audiences within the facility, record and edit digital still photographs, and print limited numbers of PSYOP products in various sizes for use within the internment facility.
  3. Anonymous Member

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    A white paper presented to the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence carves out an ‘evolving mission’ for Homeland Security that moves away from fighting terrorism and towards growing a vast domestic intelligence apparatus that would expand integration with local/state agencies and private-public partnerships already underway via regional fusion centers.

    Crafted by the Aspen Institute Homeland Security Group, co-chaired by former DHS chief Michael Chertoff and composed of a who’s who of national security figures, the report outlines a total mission creep, as the title “Homeland Security and Intelligence: Next Steps in Evolving the Mission” implies.

    Significantly, it puts on paper and into the Congressional record a proposed transition from outwardly dealing with the threats posed by terrorism towards intelligence gathering “focused on more specific homeward-focused areas.”

    That is, the homegrown, domestic threats we’ve heard so much about from Big Sis already.

    In short, it confirms the intentions of key insiders– including former NSA/CIA head Michael Hayden, former Rep. Jane Harmon, former Secretary of State Madeline Albright, 9/11 Commissioners Philip Zelikow and Richard Ben-Viniste, former National Security Advisor Samuel Berger and others– to flesh out a plan we have already seen developing from an outside perspective– namely, to build a domestic Stasi-like force to takeover, monitor and control the population.

    Moreover, the media has reported on this changed mission– towards the full spectrum domination of the people under a patently-fascist framework– with the same calm as the weekly weather forecast.
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    Achieving this new aim includes co-opting local law enforcement and other regional agencies.

    “As the threat grows more localized,” the report reads, “the federal government’s need to train, and even staff, local agencies, such as major city police departments, will grow.”

    That’s right, the feds want to oversee the hiring of your local police.

    Fusion Centers, now spread across the nation, have already infected police agencies and local governments with a federalization takeover mentality. A Dec. 2010 Aspen Homeland Security Group report, quoting the Superintendent of the New Orleans Police Department, recommends that “every mayor and governor of a major city in the country should have to attend a DHS-sponsored emergency management course where various scenarios – like hurricanes, levy breaks, and explosions – are exercised.”

    But directing local police departments, mayors and governors is only the beginning. Indeed, the Aspen group envisions the ‘foundation for a separate DHS intelligence mission’ by building upon ‘decentralized’ partnerships with the private sector as well.

    Homeland Security Should Re-Orient Its Mission, Aspen Panel Says

    The bloated umbrella agency aims to lean on its ties with the hospitality (hotel), security and transportation industries, among others, as well.

    Already, Homeland Security conducts background checks on many security guards working with ‘critical infrastructure,’ and clearly, it aims to expand the use of quasi-government groups like InfraGard and other private snitch networks. Ultimately, all employment would be subject to federal background checks and security clearances.

    Private interests should even shape Homeland Security priorities, according to the report: “different private sectors in the United States, from the hospitality industry to transportation, should drive requirements for DHS.”


    As unbelievable as it sounds, DHS says other agencies can handle the all-encompassing threat of terrorism that was used to justify the super-agency’s own existence and powers.

    Abandoning specific focus on tracking terrorist cells and organizations, DHS instead plans to shift into broad coverage of border protection, integrating travel data, cyber defense, critical infrastructure protection and other areas.

    “There are enough agencies pursuing the terrorist adversary to allow DHS to build a new analytic foundation that emphasizes data, analytic questions, and customer groups that are not the focus for other agencies,” the report states.

    And funding should be cut from terrorism-focused areas:

    “Analysis that helps private-sector partners better understand how to mitigate threats to infrastructure, for example, should win more resourcing than a focus on all-source analysis of general threats, such as work on assessing the perpetrators of attacks. Conversely, all-source analysis of terrorist groups and general terrorist trends should remain the domain of other intelligence agencies.”

    Instead, the “national security experts” who’ve brought us naked body scanners, checkpoints on highways, streets, airports, bus & train stations, and who have projected the homegrown terror threat into the theaters of private hotels, shopping malls and sports stadiums, are again expanding the bureaucratic growth of tyranny by infiltrating areas traditionally spared from federal intrusion.

    A promotional article at the Homeland Security News Wire blog highlights the shift: “With a slew of intelligence agencies with similar missions safeguarding the United States, the report posits that DHS should avoid competing with other agencies and overlapping responsibilities, instead focusing on its areas of core strengths – analysis and the dissemination of critical intelligence to local law enforcement agency, the private sector, and critical infrastructure operators.”


    Further the Aspen report recommends “an entirely new enterprise,” stating that “DHS might consider the development of a homeland security training institute.” It hails the security-complex workforce that has been fostered by Homeland Security in the decade since 9/11, now seeking to influence and train its future recruits as well.

    The report verifies previous information suggesting that DHS wants to comb the American homeland with private security contractors, trained and overseen by Homeland Security– a giant army of enforcers and snitches, brainwashed by propaganda scaremongering about terrorism, who could respond to crime as a whole with an atmosphere of universal preemptive suspicion that targets anyone who appears out of place.

    “Working with state/local/private sector partners to draw their intelligence capabilities into a national picture” is a stated aim of this redirection of Homeland Security’s core mission.

    Installing and training individual members of these partner groups- from local police departments to the eyes and ears it would tap in the security, transportation and infrastructure industries- would facilitate the kind of over-arching homeland security infrastructure the document aims to construct over society.


    Doing so would put greater emphasis on the kind of politically-slanted domestic profiling (read: “intelligence product“) that has already drawn criticism and forced the agency to disavow one of its own reports, which targeted ‘right-wing extremism’:

    The numerous federal and other officials familiar with the matter Homeland Security Today interviewed frankly said the April 7, 2009 DHS report that generated so much outrage, Right-wing Extremism: Current Economic and Political Climate Fueling Resurgence in Radicalization and Recruitment, was the most “poorly constructed” analytical “product in DHS history,” and that numerous reports dealing with rightwing extremists have in fact been produced by DHS since it disavowed that one report.

    The Department of Homeland Security was sold to public on a wave of fear in the wake of the 9/11 attacks, under the promise of keeping America safe from terrorism.

    Instead, the Homeland Stasi agency is solidifying its role as a secret police over the United States. Not only have local police agencies been instructed that non-violent protesters, returning veterans and supporters of third party candidates are potential domestic terrorists, but Federal Protective Service (FPS) agents- dispatched with Homeland Security oversight- have been caught arresting photographers and spying on dissenters (in this case during an Occupy Wall Street protest in Portland).

    Recent Homeland Security-related documents have already revealed that the American people have been designated as an enemy under emergency plans and that the feds are contracting and activating FEMA relocation centers for use during a crisis or catastrophe.


    Sadly, this warped mission creep is nothing new to the United States’ intelligence agencies.

    Former President Harry Truman lamented the CIA’s extreme power grab some 16 years after he signed the bill ushering it– and the entire national security infrastructure– into existence. One month after the JFK assassination in 1963, he stated:

    “For some time I have been disturbed by the way the CIA has been diverted from its original assignment. It has become an operational and at times a policy-making arm of the government… I never had any thought that when I set up the CIA that it would be injected into peacetime cloak and dagger operations.”

    Behind the scenes, it was former CIA director Allen Dulles, along with a number of fellow travelers, who crafted the CIA’s transformation under a limited, intelligence gathering mandate into the unaccountable monster it became.

    During a decade as head of the CIA, Dulles utilized the Jackson-Correa white paper he helped write to usher in black ops and other operational aspects never intended to be, from assassinations, to coups, to revolutions, and more (see Col. Fletcher Prouty’s The Secret Team). Suddenly, the CIA was operating from the shadows, a virtual government-within-government, with no clear path towards reigning in its power.

    Will the already-controversial Department of Homeland Security be allowed, too, to creep so far into our lives that we can never look back?

    Dude, these cheese sticks are epic with this marinara... just sayin'
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    A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.
    2nd Amendment Annotations

    Prior to the Supreme Court's 2008 decision in District of Columbia v. Heller,1 the courts had yet to definitively state what right the Second Amendment protected. The opposing theories, perhaps oversimplified, were (1) an "individual rights" approach, whereby the Amendment protected individuals' rights to firearm ownership, possession, and transportation; and (2) a "states' rights" approach, under which the Amendment only protected the right to keep and bear arms in connection with organized state militia units.2 Moreover, it was generally believed that the Amendment was only a bar to federal action, not to state or municipal restraints.3
    However, the Supreme Court has now definitively held that the Second Amendment protects an individual's right to possess a firearm unconnected with service in a militia, and to use that weapon for traditionally lawful purposes, such as self-defense within the home. Moreover, this right applies not just to the federal government, but to states and municipalities as well.
    In Heller, the Court held that (1) the District of Columbia's total ban on handgun possession in the home amounted to a prohibition on an entire class of "arms" that Americans overwhelmingly chose for the lawful purpose of self-defense, and thus violated the Second Amendment; and (2) the District's requirement that any lawful firearm in the home be disassembled or bound by a trigger lock also violated the Second Amendment, because the law made it impossible for citizens to use arms for the core lawful purpose of self-defense.
    The Court reasoned that the Amendment's prefatory clause, i.e., "[a] well regulated
    Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State," announced the Amendment's purpose, but did not limit or expand the scope of the operative clause, i.e., "the
    right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed." Moreover, the prefatory clause's history comported with the Court's interpretation, because the prefatory clause stemmed from the Anti-Federalists' concern that the federal government would disarm the people in order to disable the citizens' militia, enabling a politicized standing army or a select militia to rule.
    Further, the Court distinguished United States v.Miller,4 in which the Court upheld a statute requiring registration under the National Firearms Act of sawed-off shotguns, on the ground that Miller limited the type of weapon to which the Second Amendment right applied to those in common use for lawful purposes.
    In McDonald v. Chicago,5 the Court struck down laws enacted by Chicago and the village of Oak Park effectively banning handgun possession by almost all private citizens, holding that the Fourteenth Amendment incorporated the Second Amendment right, recognized in Heller, to keep and bear arms for the purpose of self-defense.
    The Court reasoned that this right is fundamental to the nation's scheme of ordered liberty, given that self-defense was a basic right recognized by many legal systems from ancient times to the present, and Heller held that individual self-defense was "the central component" of the Second Amendment right. Moreover, a survey of the contemporaneous history also demonstrated clearly that the Fourteenth Amendment's Framers and ratifiers counted the right to keep and bear arms among those fundamental rights necessary to the Nation's system of ordered liberty.
  7. grebe Member

    What the fuck.

    Perhaps Mr. Copypasta could summarize his thoughts occasionally.
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  8. Anonymous Member

    Or at least, format the paragraphs into a readable display! :mad:
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  11. Mods, please commence with De-Douchebaggification by removing posts that are not related to this topic. It looks like there are some people that would rather not have this topic discussed without blatant derail attempts. Some of us would actually like to debate and discuss this topic.
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    The US Millitary Agenda Revealed:


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  14. Anonymous Member

    Herro is a Teabagging Koch sucker.
  15. Anonymous Member

    The one thing that helps ease my worried brain is knowing that the first to go to the camps will be the lawyers.
  16. Diablo Member


    (starting with Obummer)
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  18. grebe Member

    Lol at "military intelligence" hat. From a distance, someone might think they're Scientologists:
    Also lol at the little Spy-v-Spy type cartoon guy, which apparently is the logo for the United States Army Foreign Counterintelligence Activity unit.


    Glad these guys don't take themselves too seriously.
  19. Anonymous Member

    Followed by Romney? (Who has a JD.)
  20. Anonymous Member

    his son's a juvenile delinquent?
  21. Anonymous Member

    Probably, and he's got a Juris Doctor.
  22. Anonymous Member

    So the son's a JD and a JD. Got it.
  23. Thought most doctors were Jewish?
  24. Anonymous Member

    If true, and it happened, it sounds like it would be an intolerable act.
  25. failboat Member

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  26. Herro Member

    Wow, I can see why the mods were so eager to move this back upstairs. It's so informative and not just embarrassing moonbat copypasta.
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  27. Yup, well worth it!
  28. Trouble is there is a shortage of sensible threads on here recently so need to keep some shit upstairs to make it look good
  29. Ersatz Global Moderator

    Considering locking every other thread on the forum and leaving only this one open just for funzies!
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  31. Paroxetine Samurai Moderator

    You must have balls o' steel. You do that and the level of RAEG hate would vaporize you before you knew what hit.
  32. Ersatz Global Moderator

    Yeah. But it would be funny as hell.
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  33. Anonymous Member

    Reported for Tangerine sock
  34. Paroxetine Samurai Moderator

    It's all fun and games till your head hair catches fire...

    ...and I am not talking about the top head either.

    This is what it'd kind of look like:
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  35. Hello fellow citizens I know we all have goals in life
    But you must understand that goals without deadlines
    Are just dreams, I WISH all my goals/dreams come true
    I believe in "anonymous" is and always will be an idea
    And also refer to those who are citizens as the 99 percent
    All I really know is that the world is not all that good
    And the BEST WAY TO FIGHT villans or hate groups or the
    Corrupt is to stand together imagine 1 RLSH vs 3 on patrol
    Now imagine thousands of Anon believers vs the government
    Big difference right? So why doesn't it happen; its because of the
    Fear that they'll be that 1 person that will fight alone. For I have
    No solution to this all I do is cry at night knowing these bad people are
    Still out there and knowing they will never change but WORSE of all is
    That those who wish to do something are to scared and those
    Who are STILL not aware of the corrupt system or bad guys from anywhere
    Are controlled by the media into thinking what they want you to
    Think. FOOD for THOUGHT ! Don't disagree what you don't know.
  36. Anonymous Member

    what if the government already was anons?

    That's an interesting question.

    Less interesting answer. Fear is only a part. Confusion and laziness are much larger contributors.

    I think more people are aware of corruption than you give them credit for.
    The issue is indifference, and that's a far more powerful enemy than even the corrupt themselves.

    no thanks, I just ate
  37. zalgo Member

  38. Well not much to say , but the fact I based of some of my answers on a youtube video if anons would Helped that 1 guy that
    "Stould" out I think the Anon's would of have the upper hand but I digress who would have thought that
    Problems would occur -.- / hey u what did you eat that made you so full. I was eating conspiracy theories and
    Still wasn't full :D

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