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#1 Jason

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Posted 13 February 2010 - 08:59 AM

Thursday, February 11, 2010
The Unconsidered Enemy
By J. N. Kish

Why is the United States fighting in Afghanistan? This simple question is difficult to answer with certainty. Without the benefit of top-secret clearance and connections, revealing the true answer is akin to solving a jigsaw puzzle while gloved and blindfolded. And that is the easy part. If one then happens upon the solution, proof of success is even more difficult- if not impossible. Nonetheless, this is the type of question that thinking men are compelled to solve.

In a real attempt to arrive at the truth, the breadcrumbs of logic have led me to ponder- What if our enemies want us in Afghanistan? What if we are actually playing into their hand?

Follow me through the logic. The three most common answers to the question “Why are we in Afghanistan?” are as follows-

1. We are in Afghanistan for control of the oil (pipelines). The article linked here explains this conclusion very well. Given the lay of the land and the location of the oil, this conclusion carries a lot of weight all on its own.

2. We are in Afghanistan to feed the Military Industrial Complex (MIC). General Eisenhower warned us about the MIC all the way back in 1961. The text of General Eisenhower’s famous MIC speech is linked here.

3. We are in Afghanistan because the world is simply chaotic and our leaders are doing their best to control the rise of Islamic extremism. This is the “well-meaning” conclusion. It assumes that our leaders have moved troops into Afghanistan to gain a foothold in the heart of the extremist threat.

Take notice that these answers share a repeated flaw of premise. In order to arrive at any of these conclusions, it is necessary to make assumptions about the strength of the United States. This assumption is typically made quickly and quietly as if driven by a subconscious thought- “We’re number one.” The blind assumption is that of the United States as the world’s sole superpower- capable of and responsible for directing the world’s fate. The United States has filled this role. However, as I observe my surroundings, I can no longer accept this assumption as truth without reproach. As more and more U.S. businesses freely hand over product designs, manufacturing equipment and trade secrets, our industrial and technological superiority is stripped away. Take a moment to digress from the act counting nuclear warheads as the primary measure of national strength. Watch as a different view arises.

Recall that the United States became the most powerful country in the world and was victorious in World War II primarily through six key factors-

1. Industrial strength
2. Technological strength (cutting edge scientific research and development)
3. Availability of necessary resources
4. Military organization
5. Effective use of espionage
6. Effective development and deployment of nuclear weaponry

Weigh these six factors today. Watch as an alarming trend is uncovered. Communist nations are moving into the lead. Every day they gain strength. In fact, by measure of the six key factors, it is likely that China and Russia as a combined communist axis would now be considered the most powerful nation on the globe.

If communism faked its own death in 1991, as claimed by ex-KGB Major Anatoliy Golitsyn, the U.S. is facing a greater challenge than most are willing to acknowledge. The apparent ruse has allowed the west to lower its guard. It opened the door for the communists to access American corporate might. It has worked very well. Sun Tzu- “I will force the enemy to take our strength for weakness, and our weakness for strength, and thus will turn his strength into weakness"

Today, China is rapidly accelerating to the lead the world in industry and technology. When was the last time you tried to purchase anything that wasn’t manufactured in China? If communist nations are working at a concerted effort against the west, we have a real problem on our hands. And why would anyone think otherwise?

Christopher Gill speaks of The Perestroika Deception- “It stretches credulity to its absolute bounds to think that suddenly, overnight, all those who were Communists will suddenly adopt a new philosophy and belief, with the result that everything will be different.”

It must be remembered that the Western Allies were faced with a choice at the conclusion of World War II. After Germany, Italy and Japan were defeated, Russia stood devastated from the German onslaught. The forces of freedom (the good guys) had won. The Western Allies had all 6 key factors greatly in their favor. At that time, possibly the most important decision in the history of mankind was to be made- to crush communism or to allow it to live and prosper in a host nation.

General Patton said of the situation- “Russia knows what it wants. World domination. And she is laying her plans accordingly. We, on the other hand, and England, and France to a lesser extent, don't know what we want and get less than nothing as the result. “

History is history, the west failed to lead and the future ensued. As a result, world control was divided between the Western Allies and the Communists. For that, free nations will forever pay the consequences.

Fast forward 65 years to the question at hand- Why are we in Afghanistan?

Review this short list of variables regarding the U.S. decision to go into and stay engaged in the Afghanistan War- first focus on the left hand column.
INITIAL VARIABLES IN DECISION TO GO ADDITIONAL VARIABLES IN DECISION TO STAY
(A) - Muslim Extremists (U.S. need to contain) (A) - Muslim Extremists in Afghanistan
(B) – 6 Key Factors – U.S. Superiority (B) - MIC (Iraq / Afghanistan)
© - American Political Support (in favor of war) © - Afghan Political Support
(D) - American Military Support (in favor of war) (D) - Afghan Military Support
(E) - American Economic Strength (E) - Afghan Economic Strength
(F) - American Homeland Secure (F) - Afghan Homeland Secure
(G) - American Public Support (in favor of war) (G) - Afghan Public Support
(H) – Recency of Attacks in America (i.e. 911) (H) - Recency of Attacks in Afghanistan

If you take away (or greatly reduce) any of the variables in the left column, America would not have gone to Afghanistan in the first place. In a similar sense- taking away (or greatly reducing) any of the left column variables affect the decision to stay. Although, now that America has assumed ownership of Afghanistan, the complexity of the equation has at least doubled- enter the right column.

But what of the objective- Why are we in Afghanistan? What did we go there to do? What are we trying to achieve? How do we define victory? Why are our troops fighting and dying?

The listed variables do not point directly to answers. This is especially the case when you look at the way we are conducting the war- a limited war. Now, take notice that each of the listed variables is formed from the perspective of America as the world leader. Do you see the flaw? The fact that we are conducting the war in a limited fashion is evidence that the United States is not acting as the world’s sole superpower. Unknown variables lurk.

In this case, it seems the key unknown variable is the unconsidered enemy – the communists. Watch as an amazing thing happens. When you factor in communist influence from the perspective of China, world events begin to make logical sense.

Key Points of Premise-

* Communists are the primary enemy of the United States and the Western Civilization at large.
* Communism and freedom (as defined by the founding documents) cannot coexist.
* Communism is a greater threat to the United States than Islamic Extremism- explanation below.
* The most powerful Communist leaders are currently based in China. Note: There is always a debate as to who is calling the shots (China or Russia). I believe that it is China. But, please, let us set this argument aside... It's like arguing over the species of the bear, which gnaws, on your leg. Communists work with communists- they share the common goal.
* Communist leaders actively seek to dominate the world.
* In order to dominate the world, they must strengthen themselves while weakening their enemies.
* Chinese communist leaders are especially influenced by the teachings of Sun Tzu- to the point of worship.
* Communist leaders are following the philosophies of Sun Tzu and Mao Zedong to achieve their ends. Smartly, they play for keeps.
* One of these philosophies is to take advantage of or influence events (i.e. Muslim Extremism) in order to advance interests (weaken the West) without moving their own troops. That is to lure their enemy’s military into distant conflicts in order to distract it and weaken it.

Hypothesis-

We are in Afghanistan partly because our real enemy, The Sun Tzu Communist (The Tzucom), has led us into Afghanistan.

Given the current state of the world, it is a mistake to assume the leaders of the United States are doing exactly what it is the leaders of the United States want to do. To make this assumption is to give our leaders too much credit and too great a scope. It is not impossible for Enemy leaders to influence events and directly or indirectly influence the decisions of our leaders- control by proxy- war by proxy.

On the surface, these appear to be wild notions and are difficult to accept. This is not by accident. From the outside, this most clever enemy, that I am attempting to describe, would not have a clear leader, a clear formation or a clear objective. To tip their hand would be foolish. Foolishness is not a trait of the Tzucom.

Sun Tzu says- “O divine art of subtlety and secrecy! Through you we learn to be invisible, through you inaudible; and hence we can hold the enemy’s fate in our hands.”

If this group, as I am attempting to describe, were to exist- the enemy would be unaware. If the United States were the enemy- the United States would be unaware. If the aim of this group were world dominance- the world would be unaware. To combat deception, one must stick to logic. Ask yourself- why aren’t the Chinese fighting the ‘War on Terror’?

Think what would happen if a clever enemy were to influence events. Think, then compare. Compare against events recorded in history since 1945.

Sun Tzu says- “lure them out - spread them thin.”

How would an enemy accomplish such a thing? How could an enemy lure the United States military? How could an enemy influence world events? – Through business, through banks, through media, through politics… Many are the ways.

Sun Tzu says- “Lure them with gain.”

I worked in the military industrial complex for several years. Most of the factories in the MIC are run as individual business units- much like any other business. Except, to have a good year in the MIC, there needs to be the threat of war – somewhere. And to have a great year in the MIC, projectiles need to fly – somewhere. It wouldn’t be difficult for a crafty enemy to lure the MIC with gain. After all – it is all about money. Money can be used in the short term to secure victory over the long term. Tzucoms are thinking long term.

After an influence over business is secure, then business can be counted on to influence politicians, who in turn, can be counted on to influence governmental policy. It’s a multi-step process of influence, with each step fueled by the lure of gain. A wealthy, resourceful and determined enemy can influence most any organization it chooses. Bankers, politicians and extremists- easily obtained tools of influence.

So, just what do I mean by securing influence? In simple terms – knowing how your enemy will react to situations and then securing the ability to influence those situations - directing your enemy down the path most favorable to your interests. Sun Tzu refers to this as “directing your enemy’s fate”.

Ask yourself- how hard would it be to fan the flames of extremism to meet your needs? How hard would it be to lure your enemy into debilitating limited wars- always fought on your terms? If you know your enemy and know yourself, it’s not that hard at all. The Tzucom knows America, inside and out. Because, by nature, their plans are long-term, time is on their side. They have the patience to study, to infiltrate, and to wear us down. To distract us, while focusing their energy on building their interests- constantly strengthening their six key factors. This scheme is rather simple for a clever enemy. I imagine that it would be much easier to follow a scheme such as this, then to develop and deploy a strategic missile array or to decipher JN-25. Why then does it seem far-fetched?

The logic of external influence can be applied to explain how each of our limited wars has begun since 1945. Limited wars like Korea, Vietnam, Afghanistan, and Iraq. Look at history- the communists were successful against America in both Korea and Vietnam. From the communist perspective, Korea was a tie and Vietnam was a win. The USSR was defeated in the mountainous regions of Afghanistan. Chinese leaders are knowledgeable and respectful of history. China shares a border with Afghanistan, Korea and Vietnam. If the goal were to weaken the United States- Sun Tzu would say “Lure them into Afghanistan”.

The important distinction to make is that the communists are not fighting a limited war. They are fighting for keeps- as Sun Tzu teaches. To think of Afghanistan as a war in isolation is to think on too small of a scale. Afghanistan is only a portion of the puzzle. It is but one of many operations of the larger war- the total war between the communists and the free nations.

The three components to any action are motive, method, and means. The Communists have the motive, The Art of War outlines their method and the means have been in action for a long time. Free nations are losing this war because they don't know or don't believe or don't want to believe or are being fooled or don't understand who their real enemy is.

Ask yourself- Could Islamic extremists unknowingly act as soldiers of fortune for the communist movement? Yes. Could they be influenced and used as tools of the Tzucom? Yes. Why?

Ultimately, radical Islam is not a primary threat to communism. Freedom is the primary threat to communism. Once freedom is defeated, the communists can simply purge Islam as they would any other religion. The Tzucom has a precedent- Mao in China and Pol Pot in Cambodia. Mosques are easily destroyed after they have fulfilled their purpose. People can be made to worship the State - like they do in China and North Korea, like they did in Germany, and Japan. Anyone found to practice religion could easily be identified and eliminated.

As the Khmer Rouge exterminated Buddhists in Cambodia, they proclaimed- "What is rotten must be removed."

This is the definition of total war – anything it takes to win. For the Tzucom, Muslim extremism is a tool. After all, what cheaper way to create a smart bomb than to sell explosives to a fanatical extremist hell bent on blowing up your enemy?

You see, the real threat to the Tzucom is freedom- America. In order for communism to spread globally, freedom must be defeated. This is the top priority for the Tzucom. After that, everything is easy. You’ve heard it before- it was correct then, and it is correct now- like dominos all will fall.

Therefore, it makes sense for communists to support terrorism. The terrorists will do the dirty work today and are easily purged tomorrow. Today, with the open economy, the dominoes can fall irrespective to national borders.

Near the end of World War II, Patton said- "If we have to fight them, now is the time. From now on, we will get weaker and they will get stronger." At the time, our leadership either didn’t want the responsibility- or possibly, even then, were influenced out of the correct course.

Today, the challenge remains with us. Look deeply into Sun Tzu’s writings from the Chinese perspective of world dominance. Compare each of his entries to world events since 1945. The proof is there. Communist leaders are following Sun Tzu’s philosophies to the letter. These philosophies have worked in the past, they are working today, and they will work in the future. The Tzucoms are well on track to the realization of their wildest dreams.

So, why is the United States fighting in Afghanistan?

We are fighting in Afghanistan because it is the path most beneficial to our enemy.

For burden of proof, we need look no further than Iran. The communists are known to be the primary suppliers of military arms and training to Iran. The U.S. military is currently building up forces against Iran. U.S. hawks are beating the drum to attack. Today’s scenario is history repeated.

Name at least three other countries, which receive military arms and training from the communists and have fought limited wars with the United States since 1945? Answer: North Korea, Vietnam and Afghanistan.

Do the Tzucoms want Iran to have a nuclear arsenal? – No. Are the Tzucoms happy to sell Iran items to build a nuclear arsenal? – Yes. Will they be the first to know when Iran is on the brink of creating a successful warhead actually capable of threatening their interests? – Absolutely. When the critical point is reached and military action is necessary, will China or Russia send their troops into Iran? No. - They will send ours.

Then we will ask- “Why is the United States fighting in Iran?”

J. N. Kish – Industrial Engineer, Part-Time Author, Full-Time Thinker.
http://www.jnkish.blogspot.com/
j.norman.kish@gmail.com

#2 B.Guy McMahan

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Posted 13 February 2010 - 01:46 PM

Excellent post, spatially there are two not one, battlefields, the low
and the high. The Tuzcom are winning the low, the most feasible
chance for freedom is the "high", i.e. space. Action: Immediate
and complete abandonment of any treaty limiting weaponization
of space, and I don't mean low earth orbit, I mean the entire solar system.

Whichever country, ideology, or race, starts the "exponential process"
in space colonization, wins all earth and space.

To put it otherwise, "Any intellectual culture which disparages
science fiction, in this day and age, is doomed." United States,
being a religious culture, disparages science fiction.
Expect defeat.

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Posted 17 February 2010 - 09:42 AM

We are in Afghanistan to fight anti Western fiends.

Some realize that the fiends have supporters in the SCO and some do not.

In any case, it is a proxy war against the SCO.

I hope our leadership realize this soon and play to win.

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Posted 19 February 2010 - 12:30 AM

This is a very interesting article, since the author takes Communist power seriously, and views Afghanistan from the standpoint of Communist power. I believe this is a fruitful line of approach. Who is J.N. Kish?

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Posted 19 February 2010 - 12:48 AM

This is a very interesting article, since the author takes Communist power seriously, and views Afghanistan from the standpoint of Communist power. I believe this is a fruitful line of approach. Who is J.N. Kish?





Other than being a guy with a blog, I have no idea. He sent me this e-mail a few days ago:


Mr. McNew,

I have referenced your American Thinker article in an essay written to outline the entirety of the authoritarian threat: http://jnkish.blogsp...ered-enemy.html

I welcome hour honest and qualified feedback regarding the content of the essay.

Best Regards,

J.N. Kish

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Posted 19 February 2010 - 11:19 PM

The US has been used by both Hitler and Stalin and various other nations to support their wars. Communists so far win at the game of manipulation.

I heard it from a Russian communist whaky immigrant herself, that she supports Obama in Afghanistan for ridding us of the "extremists". Who are these extremists exactly? Often they happen to be greek looking Afghan, not the asian types Patton wanted to crush. Putin holds the same line, by the way, and our domestic politics sees more and more fed budget balloning to support various red and pink programs, making them a protected specie of sorts.

The feds are all too happy to oblige as it keeps them with dogs on the tax payers and other income earners. This game is going to either lead the US to crash and ultimately world chaos because the bandits of the world are not going to put up with communist scum manips once the US umbrella goes down, or the US could turn itself into a liberal fascistoid state of angry union types.

Long gone is the idea of a "neutral" US which refuses to be used in entanglements. The mantra is to blame us for imperialism when in fact the question should be as to why we let them use us?

FDRists are maggots, imo.

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Posted 20 February 2010 - 08:02 AM

This is a very interesting article, since the author takes Communist power seriously, and views Afghanistan from the standpoint of Communist power. I believe this is a fruitful line of approach. Who is J.N. Kish?


Not a whole lot here, but we do learn that, besides being a blogger, he's an engineer and business owner who lives in Carbondale Illinois. Also, the beliefs and character of a man can a be discerned through the links he places on his website.

http://www.blogger.c...914272390847213

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Posted 20 February 2010 - 09:49 AM

I e-mailed Mr. Kish a link to TFP (this thread specifically) and invited him to join the forum. Hopefully he will partake.

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Posted 21 February 2010 - 12:35 AM

Definitely, would be pretty cool to have him.

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Posted 25 February 2010 - 06:35 PM

Jason- thanks for directing me into this discussion group. TFP is exactly the place that I have been looking for.

Who am I? Basically, Jason and NBT Truth have it right- I’m just a guy with a blog. If you view my blog profile, you will see that I am driven by 3 things - to SERVE, to DO and to IMPROVE.

Who am I dedicated to serve? Jesus Christ and The United States of America- although I do not currently wear a uniform.

The Unconsidered Enemy piece originated from a question posed by Michael Savage on his talk radio show. “Why are we in Afghanistan?” It bothered me that Michael didn’t have the answer, and that I didn’t have the answer. It bothered me more to know that my friends and countrymen were (are) over there, and I couldn’t come up with a good enough reason to explain why. So, I decided to delve into the issue logically, in my spare time, in a real attempt at the truth. The results, to date, are several posts on my blog and Squidoo, which include “The Unconsidered Enemy”.

I invite you to view the article on my blog “Kish Collections” for two reasons.

One- Many hyperlinks appear in the blog posting, which do not appear in this forum. They add value to the document.

Two- The article on my blog is a living document. I will continue to make changes (add or remove information) where necessary to improve the article.

For a snapshot in time, there is the version that appears here on TFP as well as the version, which appears on The Coming Attack.com

I am pleased to have found this forum. The discussions give me hope. The depth of subversion, ignorance and complacency in this country constantly astonishes me. Every day, I pray. More and more I pray for the future of this free nation as defined by the U.S. Constitution. My work and my writings are my way of doing my part.

Much work lies ahead for those of us who now realize a portion of the truth.

The Kish Collections version of the Unconsidered Enemy can be viewed here:
http://jnkish.blogspot.com/2010/02/unconsidered-enemy.html

The Coming Attack version can be viewed here:
http://www.thecomingattack.com/the-invisible-enemy/

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Posted 25 February 2010 - 11:17 PM

Jason- thanks for directing me into this discussion group. TFP is exactly the place that I have been looking for.

Who am I? Basically, Jason and NBT Truth have it right- I’m just a guy with a blog. If you view my blog profile, you will see that I am driven by 3 things - to SERVE, to DO and to IMPROVE.

Who am I dedicated to serve? Jesus Christ and The United States of America- although I do not currently wear a uniform.

The Unconsidered Enemy piece originated from a question posed by Michael Savage on his talk radio show. “Why are we in Afghanistan?” It bothered me that Michael didn’t have the answer, and that I didn’t have the answer. It bothered me more to know that my friends and countrymen were (are) over there, and I couldn’t come up with a good enough reason to explain why. So, I decided to delve into the issue logically, in my spare time, in a real attempt at the truth. The results, to date, are several posts on my blog and Squidoo, which include “The Unconsidered Enemy”.

I invite you to view the article on my blog “Kish Collections” for two reasons.

One- Many hyperlinks appear in the blog posting, which do not appear in this forum. They add value to the document.

Two- The article on my blog is a living document. I will continue to make changes (add or remove information) where necessary to improve the article.

For a snapshot in time, there is the version that appears here on TFP as well as the version, which appears on The Coming Attack.com

I am pleased to have found this forum. The discussions give me hope. The depth of subversion, ignorance and complacency in this country constantly astonishes me. Every day, I pray. More and more I pray for the future of this free nation as defined by the U.S. Constitution. My work and my writings are my way of doing my part.

Much work lies ahead for those of us who now realize a portion of the truth.

The Kish Collections version of the Unconsidered Enemy can be viewed here:
http://jnkish.blogsp...ered-enemy.html

The Coming Attack version can be viewed here:
http://www.thecoming...nvisible-enemy/


Welcome JN! As you found TFP through the above mentioned folks, I found your blog after reading about you here on TFP.

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Posted 26 February 2010 - 01:55 PM

Welcome JNKish.

Have a slice of virtual pizza on me <)
Now get comfy and feel free to peruse the archives. I have a feeling you will find more than enough material to produce more excellent writings like the one above.
"Resistance to tyranny is obedience to God." Thomas Jefferson
You can twist perceptions, reality won't budge. Rush 'Show Don't Tell'
"The best is yet to come..." Barack Obama, re-election victory speech, 11-6-2012

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Posted 26 February 2010 - 02:10 PM

Hello Mr. Kish,

Thank you for your work. What you and others like Mr. Nyquist are doing is so essential; developing an anti-communist media structure that presents the correct prism. I can see you are capable regarding website setup, structure, and most importantly, presentation. These are great talents to have.

To others considering creating a blog, website, whatever - this is why I would recommend it. This is how you reach a people: through multiple channels, over time, all saying the same message. It can only help to have a myriad number of anti-communist media sources. It doesn't matter if you're a Hemingway, practice makes perfect.

Perhaps this is a utopian idea, but perhaps in the future several of us can coordinate a story on the same day, all presenting our own unique viewpoints, but targeting the same issue. The recent Chinese/Pentagon espionage is merely one example. I think a tactic like this can be extremely powerful. Leftists use it all the time to great effect. Something to think about.

Regardless, welcome to the forum.

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Posted 02 March 2010 - 10:42 PM

Jason- thanks for directing me into this discussion group. TFP is exactly the place that I have been looking for.

Who am I? Basically, Jason and NBT Truth have it right- I’m just a guy with a blog. If you view my blog profile, you will see that I am driven by 3 things - to SERVE, to DO and to IMPROVE.

Who am I dedicated to serve? Jesus Christ and The United States of America- although I do not currently wear a uniform.

The Unconsidered Enemy piece originated from a question posed by Michael Savage on his talk radio show. “Why are we in Afghanistan?” It bothered me that Michael didn’t have the answer, and that I didn’t have the answer. It bothered me more to know that my friends and countrymen were (are) over there, and I couldn’t come up with a good enough reason to explain why. So, I decided to delve into the issue logically, in my spare time, in a real attempt at the truth. The results, to date, are several posts on my blog and Squidoo, which include “The Unconsidered Enemy”.

I invite you to view the article on my blog “Kish Collections” for two reasons.

One- Many hyperlinks appear in the blog posting, which do not appear in this forum. They add value to the document.

Two- The article on my blog is a living document. I will continue to make changes (add or remove information) where necessary to improve the article.

For a snapshot in time, there is the version that appears here on TFP as well as the version, which appears on The Coming Attack.com

I am pleased to have found this forum. The discussions give me hope. The depth of subversion, ignorance and complacency in this country constantly astonishes me. Every day, I pray. More and more I pray for the future of this free nation as defined by the U.S. Constitution. My work and my writings are my way of doing my part.

Much work lies ahead for those of us who now realize a portion of the truth.

The Kish Collections version of the Unconsidered Enemy can be viewed here:
http://jnkish.blogsp...ered-enemy.html

The Coming Attack version can be viewed here:
http://www.thecoming...nvisible-enemy/



Another issue going on in Afghanistan is this perverse coalition business. In order to not upset Jordanian troops, a huge cover up is going on regarding rape of US soldiers (mostly female) by muslim allies in this war. None is said and Rules of Engagement are adjusted in order to prevent escalation of such incidents. This, we are all equal allied soldiers business, forces the leadership to be a "get along all together" type mentality. It's ridiculous. US soldiers, for instance, are not allowed to take pictures of own installation, and understandably so, but "allies" go along and take all kinds of pictures and not a peep is heard from the Brass or our leadership.

ANd, note, this is how America is run by "big tent" mentality coward political correctness too: it is considered to be bad leadership if you offend someone or get lawyers against you. THIS IS UTTERLY RIDICULOUS. We cannot please everyone, and especialy not gays and muslim minorities who use the "offended card" abusively. We keep dreaming that Obama et al are good guys to not offend, it is utterly ridiculous how this socialist mentality gets infiltrated by all kinds of terrorists and reds running under the "offended crowd", underground, and this is notwithstanding their use of provocation.

LEt us look at it again: this Afghanistan war is turning into yet another Soviet laboratory of conversion of America under Obama/Zero to being dominated by or at best paralized by Communist manipulation of consciousness, the way they associate Hitler with the right, or the 1800s with evil, when we know communists associate with the pre-historical "good" savage - ie. a stalker and a rapist.

Communism as default fascism through the use of the "offended card" and "we are equals" card marches on. Any time any day, they can provoke a Rodney King situation at will, and we will be helpless and confused. Our leadership is filled with nincompoops who either let the abuse go on, or who are not capable of dealing with our own overreactions to incidents like these effectively because they fail time and again to clean the neighborhood in legit manner.

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Posted 05 March 2010 - 11:17 PM

I think communists and the ruling in this Soviet sphere always do things for "Domestic consumption". A surprize nuke attack on the US will be for such domestic consumption when the economy will tank. Capitalism and America will be blamed. This is the meaning of Revolution: Domestic Consumption.

Saddam wanted to go to war against Israel so as to give himself reasons to purge people within his own ranks, win or lose. It is always a question of domestic survival for any dictator, and it makes sense. The same thing happens in armies whereby soldiers in time of peace and exposed to each other tend to kill each other. The very idea of a communist or Socialist International revolves around domestic consumption and divisions worldwide. This is the whole guist of the strategy, imo. If there is a war against a foreign enemy, it would trigger the rise of good character and bravery, something the ruling ring of informant KGB prostitutes and pimps and their tcheka cops running the stuff do not want. This is why, contrary to hitler, the Soviets have always attacked from within in order to default rise their own Hitler. Hitler gave a perception of direct nation to nation invasion for rise of empire. Here it is different, it's a whole system of domestic political party survival. The Democrates are behaving purely domesticaly, and it is no accident. Our elites view it OK to keep their priviledged "relations" and investment with China (Adm Mullen) at the cost of US soldiers and tax payers.

In Afghanistan, perhaps, indeed, the plan is to send the "pacifist" Afghanies to America so as to boost liberal numbers at the poles. This is conducive to revolution and domestic consumption, collapses to exploit. The SOcialist International then views for a prep of a worldwide kind of unrest in may countries, with wars between them more as a mean to consolidate this "domestic consumption" surviving gang of communist nations.

Isn't it "funny" to hear our elite brushing off Putin's or Iran's saber rattling as domestic consumption and trying to appease them through assuring their rule there via fundings and what not? This scheme is ultimately going to crash anyhow. So "domestic consumption" is certainly not something to make us complacent about, contrary to what the KGB brainwashed pro-gay domesticized irrelevant CIA is trying to make people think.

Perhaps Bush was right, Afghanistan might turn into a Gog Magog thing, because it might be this muslim/arab business which is going to yet push again Russia over the edge and derail its plans of domestic consumption in favor of foreign invasions to the SOuth. US troops in Afghanistan are protecting Russia's South from the Taleban. THe Taleban were manipulated by Bin Laden and embarassed by his attack on the Pentagon. The stories of pacifying the Taleban goes along the same length of "pacifying" for RUssia (the extremists Obama is supposed to eliminate), so as to create Afghanistan (just as Iraq is turning to again) into a nation ruled by domestic consumption.

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Posted 10 March 2010 - 01:14 AM

Check it out:

http://www.youtube.c...feature=channel

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Posted 10 March 2010 - 11:39 PM

That Kiowa video shooting a 50 cal is quite loud. Our 30 mm is better though. And those guys running with full armor at what, 8 to 12,000 foot of altitude, that is nuts. An untrained person would likely die or get very sick if put through this.

here is a google result of this valley from hell...

http://www.google.co...ved=0CBsQ9QEwBg

That Korengal valley is indeed the motherload of crap holes. My fob south of there looks like a palace in comparison... time to work on the 30mm mods indeed, if only for them.

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Posted 10 March 2010 - 11:44 PM

Phenomenal!

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Posted 11 March 2010 - 12:02 AM

I could watch these types of shorts for hours on end.

War in the age of mobile devices and Youtube, what a concept.

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Posted 22 March 2010 - 12:11 AM

I could watch these types of shorts for hours on end.

War in the age of mobile devices and Youtube, what a concept.


Me too. I have about 7 gig of these types of declassified footages.

Meanwhile, in other news...

http://www.strategyp...s/20100319.aspx

Russia is calling for more effort to interfere with heroin smuggling from Afghanistan, through Central Asia and Russia (to Western Europe). Russia is currently suffering 30,000 heroin related deaths a year, and wants to stop the drugs at their source. Russia calculates that 90 percent of the world's heroin comes from Afghanistan, and that the drug has, with better distribution, become a worldwide problem in the last five years. The Russians have some grounds for optimism, since Afghan heroin production has declined 36 percent in the last two years. The decline is partly due to bad weather, partly to increased anti-heroin operations in Helmand province, and difficulty in getting production going in other provinces. Most Afghans are anti-heroin (and also hostile to its precursor drug, opium). But the drugs, particularly opium, are popular among young Afghans. This can be seen by the results of the drug screening introduced, last year, for men applying to join the police. Some 40 percent of these men turn out to be users of opium (which is less disabling than the more expensive heroin).