Military Intelligence Ha Ha Ha!!!
Farcas oversaw the Department of Defense’s Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Ukraine. She was pictured in a Burisma outfit, the firm that Hunter was a Board member on. She was in her role when Metabiota won $23 million in awards that included a Biolab project in Ukraine. She also was the first to slip that Obama was spying on candidate and President Trump.

cross-posted from: > Rep. Waltz said that General Mattis was Secretary of Defense at the time and decided not to inform President Trump because the Pentagon thought Trump was “too provocative and aggressive!” > > This is a treason if true. Mattis put the US in danger, offered comfort to the enemy, allowed Chinese spying on US installations, and then hid this from his superiors, including the President of the United States. > > Either the current Pentagon is lying or the former Pentagon officials were treasonous bastards. Americans deserve the truth.

No “system thus far developed has been shown to be effective against realistic ICBM threats” to America after 70 years and some $350 billion down the drain. We should note, however, that defense contractors like Raytheon have made important advances elsewhere. In 2020, the firm announced a partnership with the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation to fund a new fellowship for black candidates “looking to build their knowledge and skills in the area of aerospace and defense policy.” That’s progress.

The event is the latest example of the not only ineptness but the absolute dereliction of duty of this far-left administration. The Bidens are a national threat. We now know the Biden administration was hoping to hide this from the American public due to an upcoming trip by the Secretary of State to China that was planned for this weekend. It’s clear at this point that the Biden regime is compromised.

cross-posted from: > However you see it, this story is absolutely shameful and a sad reflection of the insane times we live in, when rather than take the time to carefully consider facts, apply reason and common sense, we instead choose as a society to incite fear and hostility.

Our All-Volunteer Military Force Implodes
Easily fixed in 5 easy steps: - truly get rid of VAX mandates and associated punishments - get rid of woke indoctrination programs - believe in the greatness of America - hold generals accountable for performance and lost wars. Get rid of woke and disloyal generals - most importantly, get a new President. Nobody wants to put their lived on the line for a President that is corrupt, compromised and suffering from dementia.

cross-posted from: > Desperately seeking fodder for the front line in Ukraine

cross-posted from: > Spy balloons, used by Japan to drop bombs during World War II, are now far more sophisticated, can fly at up to 200,000 feet, evade detection, and can carry a small nuclear bomb that, if exploded in the atmosphere, would shut down the grid and wipe out electronics in a many-state-wide area. > > "China’s recent balloon flyover of the United States is clearly a provocative and aggressive act. It was most likely a type of dry run meant to send a strategic message to the USA. We must not take this for granted.” > > EMP experts have warned that China, North Korea, Russia, and Iran have programs to hit the U.S. grid with electromagnetic pulse weapons that would cut the cord for a year or longer. A congressional report has warned that a blackout that long could result in millions of deaths.

The Pentagon also determined the balloon has “limited value” over what China is already able to collect through its satellite capabilities, the official said. But it is flying over a number of sensitive sites, including Malmstrom Air Force Base, home to some of the nation’s silo-based intercontinental ballistic missiles.

Hunter Biden's Metabiota Labs Received Tens of Millions of Dollars in DOD Contracts - Experimented with Bat Viruses in at least One Biolab
cross-posted from: > Government data shows Hunter Biden secured millions in government funding and grants for Metabiota after he became part owner of the firm.

Army spied on lockdown critics: Sceptics, including our own Peter Hitchens, long suspected they were under surveillance. Now we've obtained official records that prove they were right all along
cross-posted from: > The Army whistleblower said: 'It is quite obvious that our activities resulted in the monitoring of the UK population... monitoring the social media posts of ordinary, scared people. These posts did not contain information that was untrue or co-ordinated – it was simply fear.' > > Last night, former Cabinet Minister Mr Davis, a member of the Privy Council, said: 'It's outrageous that people questioning the Government's policies were subject to covert surveillance' – and questioned the waste of public money.

What could possibly go wrong with this plan…
According to 4 Star General Laura Richardson, Biden has asked Cuba, Nicaragua, Venezuela, and six other Latin American nations to send their old Russian weapons to Ukraine in exchange for new U.S. military equipment.

The American intelligence community has no accountability — so how can it keep us safe?
cross-posted from: > For years, insiders at the hyper-secret National Security Agency were able to walk out the door with more than half a billion pages of documents classified higher than top secret, some dealing with nuclear weapons and many of which ended up in Russia. And that was after the supposed crackdown following the million or so documents removed by NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden, also on Obama and Biden’s watch. > > Still another NSA insider was able to steal nearly all of the agency’s highly dangerous cyberweapons — the tech equivalent of loose nukes — and put them up for auction on the internet in 2016. Eventually, the weapons ended up in Russia and North Korea, where they were used to cause a worldwide cyber pandemic that shut down hospitals and medical facilities all over the world, including in the US, thus turning our own weapons against us.

Pentagon Still Can’t Account For Roughly $220 Billion In Equipment, Gov’t Watchdog Says
That is 3 times the value of equipment left behind in Afghanistan

Unvaccinated military members still facing repercussions despite rescinded COVID-19 mandate
Another issue yet to be resolved is related to the removal of adverse actions from service members' files, said Younts, who claims multiple unvaccinated clients were fired from their command positions because, they were told, their superiors had lost confidence in their ability to command as a result of their vaccination status or request for religious exemption. "Taking a letter of reprimand or adverse action out of a file doesn't address that they were relieved of command for cause," Younts argued, adding that it still leaves them ineligible for promotions, derailing their careers. This "applies to thousands of military members," he said, who can't be promoted, "go to training, or get leadership assignments."

Mark Levin calls for unity, then fails to unify
cross-posted from: > Mark Levin has been on a tear against populist nationalists ever since the Brave 20 stood up against the establishment coronation of Kevin McCarthy as Speaker. > > He told the Brave 20 to yield to the establishment in the name of unity. Since McCarthy has been elected Speaker, Mark Levin has not given the Brave 20 credit for what they achieved, claiming it all would have happened anyway. > > I have been listening to Mark Levin for many years and he is a man with enormous intellect. But he has two equally enormous blind spots: > - Seemingly unwavering support for Big Pharma (if the Covid debacle has not cured him of that, nothing will), and > - Ever increasing military spending. > > It is military spending that I want to discuss here. > > On Wednesday January 11th, Mark launched [a full scale assault ]( those within the Republican Party who are not willing to blindly sign off on ever increasing Military Spending. His attack included many straw man arguments that divide rather then unify. > > I would like to deconstruct some of those straw man arguments to identify those areas on which we agree and can easily unify versus those areas where we do not agree. > > Mark Levine says Communist China is a nation preparing for war: > - has 5 times as many people as us > - has nuclear weapons - the technology they stole from us > - has a serious air force > - has a navy larger then ours > - is pouring an enormous money into this effort that is not just disclosed as military spending, but involves a lot of their civilian functions. > > To which I say we agree. Communist China is a serious threat > > Mark Levine says it would be insane to ignore: > - Iran has naval ships around the panama canal > - China has bases in our hemisphere in violation of the [Monroe Doctrine]( > - China has a major military base on the west coast of Africa to strike the United States > - China just made a military deal with the Solomon Islands with a very deep port > - China has built nuclear missiles that can hit the United States > - China has killer satellites > - China seeks to conquer the moon > - China seeks to control both sides of the panama canal through contracts > - You would not have believed 10 years ago that China would have consumed Hong Kong the way it plans to consume Taiwan > - Putin wrote 18 months ago, Ukraine is not his primary target, the rest of European Europe is. If Putin was to cut through Ukraine and hit Poland, Romania, Hungry, the Balkan States we are required to go to war under NATO > > To which I say we agree. I would argue if the Ukraine situation was better handled early on, the position we find ourselves in today would be vastly different – but we are where we are. > > To his credit Mark Levin does not rule out all cuts to Military Spending. He says: > - we are not talking about waste, fraud, and abuse – we all agree with that > - we are not talking about oversight by inspector general on Ukraine – we agree with that > - maybe there can be cutting here and there, we agree with that – that is just fiscally responsible > - ensuring people are not getting rich off your hard earned taxpayer dollars whether it is spent on Welfare or Ukraine or Israel or Kansas > > To which I say we agree. But we are not just interested in focus group tested phrases like “waste, fraud, & abuse” or offloading responsibility to inspector generals. We want a real review of military spending to ensure it is being spent wisely and in the most effective way to ensure our nation’s defense. > > Mark Levin says sudo-conservatives are talking about slashing defense spending: > - because we all know it is defense contractors making all the money. > - we are supposed to hate defense contractors that engineer, design, build, & develop the arsenal that protects America and protects our troops > - we are supposed to turn on the businesses that provide us with the jets, missiles, bullets, tanks, armaments, technology that make us the #1 military power on the face of the earth now > > To which I say – no that is not what we are saying. But defense contractors are rightly focused on increasing shareholder value and their interests may not always be 100% aligned with the best interests of the American people. We should recognize that and take it into account in our decision making process. Surely that is not unreasonable. > > Mark Levin says conservatives who talk about cutting military spending are like leftists talking about defunding and disarming the police, except we are dealing with: > - The Communist Chinese > - Neo-facists in Iran, and > - Dictators like Putin in Russia > > He goes on to say conservatives that talk about cutting military by ending (or simply not getting involved in) forever wars (like Afghanistan and Iraq) are preventing us from defending ourselves. Conservatives that would prefer to spend that money here at home (where our borders are being over run) are preventing us from defending ourselves. That conservatives who talk about ending forever wars do not want to give money to Israel. > > To which I say – your logic escapes me. If Afghanistan and Iraq are your models for success, then yes we disagree. But this disagreement in no way means we should not defend ourselves. > > In another part of the program, Mark Levin talks about the failures at the FAA and says: > > Don’t tell me they don’t have enough money, I am sick of hearing this: > - They have enough money > - They are swimming in money > - They eat money for salad, they put dressing on it > - The bureaucracy has more money then you can spit at > - We have never ever created this much money in our human existence > - I don’t want to hear there is not enough money > > To which I say that sums up perfectly how many of us feel when we are told we should blindly increase military spending despite the recent waste and failures of the military and without making significant changes to improve the outcomes. > > I would remind Mark Levin that Ronald Regan destroyed the Soviet Union by forcing them to spend money on their military that their economy simply could not afford and ended up bringing down the evil empire. With $31 trillion in acknowledged debt and probably at least another $100 trillion kept off the books in the form of contingent liabilities, etc. America is at risk of suffering the same fate as the Soviet Union if we keep blindly increasing military spending regardless of how well it is being spent. > > Remember the US Department of Defense has, for the fifth straight year, failed to pass a financial audit, with only seven out of the Pentagon’s 27 military agencies receiving a passing grade: > - the [Pentagon only managed to account for 39 percent of its $3.5 trillion in assets]( (they have misplaced $2.1 trillion in assets – where did they all go?) > - in 2019 alone, the [Pentagon made $35 trillion in accounting adjustments]( – a figure larger than the entire US economy (ask any auditor – this volume of accounting adjustments is a huge red flag for fraud and malfeasance). > > Lets put those numbers in context. > > Remember the outrage over the amount of military equipment left behind in Afghanistan.[ Estimates ranged from $3 billion to $85 billion]( Lets take the high figure and say it was $85 billion. The $2.1 trillion in assets the military cannot account for is at least 24 times the value of the equipment left behind in Afghanistan. Imagine that, enough equipment to fight 24 wars the size of the Afghanistan conflict is missing and for us to dare to demand a closer look at where all the money has gone is unpatriotic – I don’t think so – let the light shine in. > > I believe the 2023 military budget is somewhere between $700 billion and $800 billion. If you find those $2.1 trillion is missing assets – you could fund our military for 3 years. Let’s do that instead of throwing more money at the problem. > > Mark, I do not know if I am a: > - populist > - nationalist > - conservative > - isolationist > - constitutionalist > - knucklehead, or > - all of the above > > But I do know I am not a: > - Socialist > - Communist > - Marxist, or > - Fascist > > I want a strong military and believe in peace through strength. Surely we have a common cause, yet you seek to divide us simply because we do not want to blindly continue to increase military spending without first making sure the military is accountable for the money we invest in it and it is being spent both effectively and wisely. > > Are you really seeking unity?

Navy Secretary says US may need to choose between arming itself or Ukraine in the next six months
The Biden administration has poured more than $100 billion into the war in Ukraine. $47 billion alone came from the government's $1.7 trillion end-of-year federal spending bill which passed the House in December. Republicans have been highly critical of the enormous amounts of weapons and funding that the White House has given to Ukraine, with many of them calling for its to stop.

Pentagon Drops COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate For Troops
More than 8,400 troops were forced out of the military for refusing the jab.

cross-posted from: > “It sounds like DOD was doing something shady and definitely not in line with what they had presented to us at the time,” they said. > > Twitter did not respond to a request for comment. > > “It’s deeply concerning if the Pentagon is working to shape public opinion about our military’s role abroad and even worse if private companies are helping to conceal it,” said Erik Sperling, the executive director of Just Foreign Policy, a nonprofit that works toward diplomatic solutions to foreign conflicts. > > “Congress and social media companies should investigate and take action to ensure that, at the very least, our citizens are fully informed when their tax money is being spent on putting a positive spin on our endless wars,” Sperling added.

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    Military Intelligence - The ultimate oxymoron at the Pentagon and on Capitol Hill

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