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    DHS [Secret Agreement]: Napolitano Bringing 15,000 Russian Troops To U.S

    Looks like the DHS is making contingency plans to lock down the District of Columbia.

    DHS fears the American people and doesn't trust US troops to fire on the American people.

    "15,000 Russian soldiers trained in disaster relief and ‘crowd functions’ [i.e. riot control be pre-positioned to FEMA Region III during an unspecified upcoming disaster."
    Region III: District of Columbia, Delaware, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and West Virginia


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    What’s Really Behind the Rumor That DHS Is Bringing ’15,000 Russian Soldiers’ Onto U.S. Soil? | Video | TheBlaze.com

    Well, it is difficult to know the entire truth about this, because of secret deals. All I can say is that many things are weird and it looks to me unconstitutional.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Natural Elements View Post
    Well, it is difficult to know the entire truth about this, because of secret deals. All I can say is that many things are weird and it looks to me unconstitutional.
    Would you expect anything else from the Obama Crime Syndicate? The Constitution is just something they use to wipe their hind ends.

    This is just part of the planning for the massive riots that their failed policies are likely to produce after the coming economic collapse. It is what I would expect from any wannabe tyrannical leader who shows clear favoritism for the enemies of the USA. If that seems shocking to anyone, it is only because they are not paying attention.
    "Democracy is two wolves and a lamb voting on what to have for lunch. Liberty is a well-armed lamb contesting the vote." -- Benjamin Franklin


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    Quote Originally Posted by TopDogger View Post
    Would you expect anything else from the Obama Crime Syndicate? The Constitution is just something they use to wipe their hind ends.
    Well like I always said, you see a man in his actions. So far the economy is still a mess, we have less liberties and I am afraid that this administration already gave up, because they realize that their ideology is not applicable in the real life.

    I am thinking about the Obamacare, millions of jobs shipped overseas, the tax reform, foreign policy, energy, etc

    So instead of taking a different direction, they just keep going in the same way that do not work.

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    The real issue is that almost every problem we have in the USA is relatively easy to fix--but not politically correct. It would take either a valiant and wise leader, or a bold tyrannical dictator to put a country on a path. Obama is definitely not the former and is leaning more toward the latter.

    History is littered with dictators who came to the rescue when countries collapsed economically: Stalin, Hitler, Mao are just a few of the more well-known dictators.

    I don't think Obama has the hutzpah to fix any of the problems. He is not a born leader. Stories keep filtering out of the White House that say he cannot make a decision himself and depends upon his advisers for direction. Don't forget that at least half of his czars are known to be Marxists.
    "Democracy is two wolves and a lamb voting on what to have for lunch. Liberty is a well-armed lamb contesting the vote." -- Benjamin Franklin


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    Quote Originally Posted by TopDogger View Post
    The real issue is that almost every problem we have in the USA is relatively easy to fix--but not politically correct. It would take either a valiant and wise leader, or a bold tyrannical dictator to put a country on a path. Obama is definitely not the former and is leaning more toward the latter.

    History is littered with dictators who came to the rescue when countries collapsed economically: Stalin, Hitler, Mao are just a few of the more well-known dictators.

    I don't think Obama has the hutzpah to fix any of the problems. He is not a born leader. Stories keep filtering out of the White House that say he cannot make a decision himself and depends upon his advisers for direction. Don't forget that at least half of his czars are known to be Marxists.
    I am not going to blame only the Democrats for that, I think the Republicans have also a part of responsibility. Many things started before President Obama. In general I believe that there is a huge disconnection between the politicians and their constituents and when the gap is too important, people start to react negatively. Plus the public corporations going into the game which people have no interests, amplify the whole thing.

    At the end, it is always the most vulnerable people who take the hits.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Natural Elements View Post
    Well, it is difficult to know the entire truth about this, because of secret deals. All I can say is that many things are weird and it looks to me unconstitutional.
    It won't be illegal to deploy foreign troops on US soil as long as martial law was declared. The last time there were foreign troops on US soil was the Revolutionary War in 1776-1783 and the foreign troops were French in support of the US.

    The only reason that I can imagine that the US would have a deal with Russia is a contingency plan for a Chechen terrorist attack in the event that the Chechens get their hands on some type of Soviet weapon like a suitcase nuke or biological weapon.

    I don't believe that we will see an economic breakdown of the US unless there is a dollar collapse. The US has record levels of food and energy production. But the 47% believe that they are entitled and will probably riot if the Chinese stop taking dollars and Walmart shelves are empty.

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    Well on the Russian site their rescue organization specified the underlined wording in the quote, which make me think that it is weird. Why the US would have a need for foreign troops for security at mass events?

    I can understand a bilateral cooperation and rescue training. Plus you don't train 15,000 foreign troops just like that, so the number is also weird.

    The US public relation should explain better than that the whole thing.

    The document provides for expert cooperation in disaster response operations and to study the latest practices. In addition, the parties approved of U.S.-Russian cooperation in this field in 2013-2014, which envisages exchange of experience including in monitoring and forecasting emergency situations, training of rescuers, development of mine-rescuing and provision of security at mass events.
    Several documents signed during joint work of Russian Emergency Ministry and FEMA

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    Quote Originally Posted by Natural Elements View Post
    I am not going to blame only the Democrats for that, I think the Republicans have also a part of responsibility. Many things started before President Obama.
    I agree that too many Republicans are part of the problem. Politics has always been a problem and there are good reasons not to trust politicians on both sides of the fence. There are a lot of politicians, but very few honest leaders who have the best interests of the country in heart.

    I see this mess as one that started in the 1960s with the Liberal takeover of the educational system as well as the political system. Kennedy was the last conservative Democrat president and might be a Republican today if he held the same beliefs. Johnson was probably one of the most dishonest presidents in the history of the country. He dragged us into Viet Nam under false pretenses and started most of the entitlement programs that bought the votes of minorities who previously were Republicans. He was also a thief who practically cleaned out the White House when he left. We probably will not find out how dishonest he was until the White House tapes are released some time in the 2020s. The Nixon tapes were released, but the recording system was installed under Johnson. His recordings are locked up until a date some time in the 2020s. Everything that Johnson did has tuned out to be a disaster, so I see him as the pivotal point in the decline of the USA.

    Imagine how different things might be today if there had not been a Viet Nam war, if people were still encouraged to work rather than milk the system for welfare and disability payments, and if the educational system was not run by the Liberal teachers union whose major accomplishment has been the dumbing down our children.

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    I cannot see any valid reason to bring 15,000 Russian troops into the USA. The day that happens will be the day the real revolution begins. Even if they were brought in for crowd control, they would still be vastly outnumbered by armed citizens and loyal military personnel. I don't think the Russians would do it unless there was something huge to be gained. It appears that this story was started by Michael Savage, who I used to really like, but find him to be bouncing off of the walls these days.
    "Democracy is two wolves and a lamb voting on what to have for lunch. Liberty is a well-armed lamb contesting the vote." -- Benjamin Franklin


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    This is certainly odd. Homeland Security Chief Janet Napolitano just resigned and will take over as President of the University of California system. She will receive 3x her current pay.

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