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THE NEXT MAJOR U.S. WAR IS BEING PLANNED:

Postby Bruce Patrick Brychek » Sat Jul 29, 2017 2:42 am

07.29.2017:

Dear JFK Murder Solved Forum Members and Readers:

THE NEXT U.S. MAJOR WAR HAS BEEN IN THE PLANNING STAGES FOR QUITE SOME TIME NOW.

THIS IS GOOD NEWS, AND BAD NEWS.

THE BAD NEWS FIRST, IS FOR "We the People..." WHO WILL NOT ONLY BE THE EXPENDABLE ELITE, AND THE COLLATERAL
DAMAGE, BUT WILL BE PAYING FOR IT, EACH AND EVERY WAY POSSIBLE.

THE GOOD NEWS IS THAT THE MILITARY INDUSTRIAL CORPORATIONS AND THEIR BACKERS, INVESTOR'S, AND SUPPORTER'S
WILL BE RAKING IN VERY BIG PROFITS FOR A LONG TIME.

REMEMBER THAT THERE IS NO PROFIT IN PEACE.

AND THE MILITARY INDUSTRIAL CORPORATION'S BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT AND MARKETING SLOGANS WILL INCLUDE
THE EMOTIONAL PLEA THAT FREEDOM ISN'T FREE. HOW THAT IS APPLICABLE TO ARTIFICIALLY CONSTRUCTED AND
CREATED WARFARE, WARS, COMMUNISM, SOCIALISM, TERRORISM, etc., STILL ESCAPES MY UNDERSTANDING. HELL,
WE CAN'T EVEN WIN THE WAR AGAINST DRUGS, AND THE WAR ON POVERTY IN AMERICA. (07.29.2017, BB).


NEXT U.S. WAR WILL BE LONG, HARD, AND TAKE THE ENTIRE COUNTRY TO WIN, ARMY CHIEF SAYS:
Tom O’Connor, Newsweek 8 hours ago

The Army’s leading officer dispelled Thursday some of the more persistent myths about the potential major conflicts of the
future, emphasizing that war was never likely to be a simple endeavor.

Army Chief of Staff General Mark Milley told reporters at the National Press Club in Washington that despite technological
and strategic developments, tomorrow’s wars may look a lot like today’s in the sense that they will probably be violent,
prolonged battles that require extensive resources both to fight and to resolve. As the U.S. prepares to enter its 16th
consecutive year battling Islamist militant groups abroad and contemplates new engagements with state actors such as
Iran and North Korea, Milley reminded his audience that what seems like a quick operation could very soon devolve into a
long-term confrontation.

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“There are wars that have been short in the past, but they’re pretty rare,” Milley said, according to Army Times. “Most of the
time, wars take longer than people think they will at the beginning of those wars.”

Armed men in uniform identified by Syrian Democratic forces as U.S. Special Forces ride in the back of a pickup truck in
the village of Fatisah in the northern Syrian province of Raqqa, May 25, 2016. In one of the most recent theaters of the
U.S.’s nearly 16-year intervention against Islamist militant groups abroad, Syria has proved to be an exceptionally difficult
arena for U.S. objectives and has pitted allies against other forces backed by Russia and Iran, threatening an even wider
conflict. DELIL SOULEIMAN/AFP/Getty Images

Milley also took the opportunity to challenge the notion that wars could be won without boots on the ground and that these
land operations would only require Special Forces. Milley, who served as a Green Beret, said wars were about “imposing
your political will,” and the idea that the U.S.’s most elite troops could win wars on their own has long been fought by
Special Forces commander General Raymond Thomas himself. Thomas said in May that his forces were not the
“ultimate solution to every problem” and, in fact, were “suffering” from 15-and-a-half years of continuous combat, which
included deployments in about 138 nations, or 70 percent of the world, in 2016. Milley said Thursday that there were
currently about 180,000 soldiers in 180 countries across the globe, including active combat zones such as Afghanistan,
Iraq and Syria.

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Syria has proved to be a particularly tough terrain for the U.S. military. Unlike the U.S.’s post-invasion battles against
jihadist organizations in Afghanistan and Iraq, the U.S.’s presence in Syria has been rejected by the country’s
government, which prefers Russia and Iran. Special Forces continue to back the mostly Kurdish Syrian Democratic
Forces, but the Pentagon is cutting ties with formerly CIA-backed insurgents more focused on toppling Syrian President
Bashar al-Assad than taking on the Islamic State militant group (ISIS). As ISIS loses its grip on its final Syrian territories,
Thomas said last week that the U.S. military’s counterterrorism mandate in Syria would likely expire once the militants are
defeated, something that could relieve what Thomas has described as a beleaguered force.

“Are we overused ? Are we over-extended, or used inappropriately, and truthfully, that’s something we look at all the time.
We are actively trying to work ourselves out of a job everywhere where we are,” Thomas said during the Aspen Security
Forum.

Army General Mark Milley testifies at a Senate Armed Services Committee hearing on his nomination to become the Army’s
chief of staff, on Capitol Hill, July 21, 2015. Milley said that the U.S. could “utterly destroy” North Korea, but that the conflict
would be “highly deadly.” Jonathan Ernst/Reuters

Whereas Thomas sought to scale back the reach of his forces, Milley said Thursday he wants the Army to grow to meet
rising demands, a desire that may be hindered by President Donald Trump’s shock Twitter announcement Tuesday that
transgender troops would be barred from service “in any capacity.” Milley said Thursday that he had not been informed of the
decision and would not alter Army policy until receiving an executive directive.

Milley also told journalists that the Army could “utterly destroy” the armed forces of nuclear-armed North Korea if need be, but
that such a conflict would be “high deadly.” He maintained that armies, navies and air forces alone could not decisively claim
victories, however, and that “it takes the full commitment of the entire nation to fight wars.”

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U.S. Army Chief of Staff on North Korea: "Time Is Running Out" To Stop ICBM.
The National Interest Thu, Jul 27 1:00 AM PDT

North Korea is the single most dangerous threat facing the international community according to the U.S. Army’s top uniformed
official and matters are coming to a head. Pyongyang is advancing far more quickly with its nuclear and ballistic missile
programs than was expected by the United States. Indeed, the United States is at point where it must make some tough policy
choices on how to deal with the North Korean threat. “We are at a point in time when choices will have to be made one way or
the other, none of these choices are particularly palatable,” U.S. Army chief of staff Gen. Mark A. Milley told an audience at the
National Press Club in Washington, D.C. “But that does not relieve us of ...

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Respectfully,
BB.
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Re: THE NEXT MAJOR U.S. WAR IS BEING PLANNED:

Postby Slav » Sun Jul 30, 2017 4:33 am

The bank accounts are getting thin, let's get the Profits up and going again in another war, why not spend billions on bombs instead of billions at home, what about the highways that are congested beyond belief, and the poor and homeless, war is always a priority when it comes to profit. There is a war just around the corner. We will soon pass 20 years of non stop war.

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